Death's Door Chapter 180: Volume 6: Chapter 11: Dream Eater Part 1
You're reading Death's Door Chapter 180: Volume 6: Chapter 11: Dream Eater Part 1 at Wuxiaworld.world. Please visit our website regularly to update the latest chapters of the series.
Nur: "*Sips on tea* It is very delicious, Miss Valens. Forgive me if I am rude, but going from a sword point to drinking tea was a little too sudden even for me"
Valence: "It is fine, Mr. Finnerman. I mistook you for an intruder or a robber, but who would have guessed you were just someone who got lost. I apologize for frightening you"
The woman Nur just met was a feline type demi-human by the name of Jude, Jude Valens.
By the way she wielded her sword; it was obvious she was a former knight or maybe even a Holy Knight.
Find authorized novels in Webnovel，faster updates, better experience，Please click www.webnovel.com for visiting.
Jude: "People usually avoid my territory since I am a demi-human. I was not expecting to have a company"
Apparently she was visiting the graves, which is why she brought cups and a tea kettle. It seems like they were used as offerings of sorts to the dead.
Nur: "But why tea? I thought people brought sake or something alcoholic?"
Jude: "That is a human custom, my family's way is to offer a cup of tea to the place of rest. At least, it was"
She sadly looked at all the graves around her.
Nur: "So many of them"
Jude: "Yeah. Whenever a demi-human or a demon dies, the humans refuse to bury them in their cemeteries, so they end up dumping off many of their corpses in my territory. Least I could do was give them a proper burial"
With the war waging on between humans and demons, without a doubt, the casualties on both sides were sky high. But the demons usually did not get the luxury of having a proper burial. They were lucky if their corpses were set aflame, at least that way there was some dignity in it...
|Magical Realism||Eastern Fantasy||Realistic Fiction|
|Video Games||Science Fiction||Martial Arts|
|Historical Fiction||Horror & Thriller||War & Military Fiction|