Chapter 1654 - Can’t say things carelessly
Chapter 1654: Can’t say things carelessly
Translator: Henyee Translations Editor: Henyee Translations
A D-rank mercenary lining up in the A-rank mercenaries’ line and wanting to report an A-rank mission truly elicited laughter from spectators.
Ye Wanwan didn’t understand the related rules, so she merely nodded and strode toward the D-rank mercenaries’ line.
“Junior Sister, you probably haven’t been enrolled in Scarlet Flames Academy for too long, right…?” a D-rank mercenary asked Ye Wanwan with a smile.
Ye Wanwan nodded. She truly hadn’t been a student here for more than a few days.
“The place you were standing earlier is dedicated for A-rank mercenaries and is mainly for reporting A-rank mercenary missions. You have to at least complete a B-rank mission to report it there, which isn’t something we can do right now,” the D-rank mercenary explained to her.
Ye Wanwan looked pensive. So it appeared there wasn’t any problem with her lining up in the A-rank mercenary line earlier…
“But I’m handing in an A-rank mission…” Ye Wanwan frowned. Could she successfully hand in her missions from the D-rank line?
“An A-rank mission?” The man was startled and examined her with surprise.
How could a D-rank mercenary possibly complete an A-rank mission…?
At Scarlet Flames Academy, the ranking of all missions matched mercenary’s ranks 100%. D-rank mercenaries could only complete D-rank missions at most, and once a mission was elevated to C-rank, they would face enormous dangers and might even lose their lives.
“Haha, Junior Sister, do you really know what an A-rank mission is? Don’t tell me you accepted a D-rank mission and your imagination turned it into an A-rank mission!”
“I’ve never heard of a D-rank mercenary being able to complete an A-rank mission. If you said a C-rank mission, perhaps I might’ve believed it.”
Quite a number of D-rank mercenaries around Ye Wanwan all started making fun of her.
Ye Wanwan was too lazy to counter them. It was fine as long as she could hand in her missions.
About 15 minutes later, it was finally Ye Wanwan’s turn.
An instructor around 40 years or so first glanced at Ye Wanwan before expressionlessly saying, “Your name.”
“Ye Wanwan,” she answered.
“The mission’s rank, the process, any injuries or accidents?” the instructor continued listing off.
“The process was very successful… No injuries or accidents… The mission is A-rank,” Ye Wanwan honestly replied after a moment of thought.
“En…” The instructor mechanically nodded before his expression promptly shifted. He lifted his head and stared at her. “What did you just say? An A-rank mission? Did I mishear or did you misspeak?”
He had never seen a D-rank mercenary coming here to report the completion of an A-rank mission.
“That’s right, an A-rank mission.”
Ye Wanwan then handed a mission slip that she ripped from the mission issuance area to the instructor.
Immediately, the instructor carefully examined the slip that Ye Wanwan placed on the table with a deep frown.
A-rank mission: Defeat Big Dipper from the Fearless Alliance.
This was indeed an A-rank mission, but this mission had sat in the Scarlet Flames Academy’s mission issuance area for many years without anyone accepting it.
“It was you who ripped off this slip?” the instructor turned to Ye Wanwan, questioning her.
“That’s right, and I finished the mission,” Ye Wanwan explained.
“Junior Sister, you can eat carelessly, but you can’t speak carelessly and rip off an A-rank mission slip willy-nilly. If you didn’t finish the mission, the academy will put a demerit on your records.”