(AN: So, Someone commented on me wanting to write Anchor, i went ahead and wrote Anchor. Who would have guessed? I’m a very volatile writer.)
(AN2: Slightly late because I started this later than usual, but at least got a good 4k+ chapter. On the other hand, I’m kind of annoyed that Anchor tends to be so much somber compared to my other stories. >.>)
(AN3: Back on the topic of writing, If i don’t start writing that one idea i can feel forming in my head, I might just go ahead and flip a coin to write either MMG or dragooness. A super special Double Flipping backflip Flippant Coin Flip of flippingness… Which will probably end up having me write ReTurn. Because that’s how coin flips works.)
“It’s done.” I told Gianna as I gathered another pair of antennas from the ground and handed it to her.
The blue haired girl peeked over from the wall and gave a quick nod before reaching out to the remains of the pest. With one movement she stored it away in her player inventory before we headed out. It was an exchange that we already had done a couple of times by now after she suggested holding on to my drops.
I needed the antennas to prove my kills of the pests and rake in some of my extra rewards. However, it also meant that if she decided to keep the antennas to herself, it means that she would take in the reward instead. On the other hand, she didn’t really give me the feeling of someone who would do that. Not to mention that she thinking that I’m some sort of event NPC would work towards her considering not betraying me, since betraying NPCs would usually lead to some scary payback events.
In the end, I decided that not having to worry about carrying around a few dozen antennas was worth the small risk of her deciding to not give me them back.