As A Cardinal, I Don’t Do Overtime - Chapter 166
Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio
Monn stared at Sylvia quietly.
His plan was very good.
Besides the Saintess and himself, his church didn’t have anyone with high-end combat strength.
Besides, Ace was the Saintess.
She belonged to the King’s city, so she couldn’t stay here forever.
When she returned one day, wouldn’t it mean that he would have to personally take action whenever he encountered something that his subordinates couldn’t solve?
This was not a job that a Pope should do!
When he was in Saint Servant, Andrew just handed tasks over to him.
He had so much free time.
Monn really did not know. In the entire Orthodox Church, only the Pope that he was with in Saint Servant had so much free time.
In the entire Orthodox Church, there were only a few people who had reached Holy Ranking.
Once they reached Holy Ranking, they would be sent to other places to be a Pope.
For example, like Monn.
People with of high-end combat power had never been easy to find.
But coincidentally, Sylvia came.
Her strength was also of Intermediate-Level Holy Ranking.
Moreover, for Sylvia,
She, a Holy Ranker was reduced to having to steal in order to not let herself go hungry.
No matter what the reason was, it was obvious that she must have been in some kind of trouble.
It just so happened that Monn had wanted to offer her a job. Although there was no pay, she would definitely be able to take care of food and shelter.
She wouldn’t have to steal anymore food to eat.
However, although Monn wanted to keep Sylvia in the Holy Church to work for him,
He didn’t immediately try to rope her in.
After all, Monn still wanted to save his money.
If he were to say it directly, Sylvia would definitely bargain with Monn.
Monn wanted to avoid this.
Why would he spend money doing something that could have been done without spending money.
Monn looked at Sylvia who didn’t know what to do and continued, “Since you’ve committed so many crimes, let’s talk about compensation.”
Hearing this, Sylvia was dumbfounded.
As a night feline monster who ran away, where was she going to get money?
Besides, if she had money, why would she need to steal to get fill her stomach?
Monn had to be making things difficult for Sylvia!
Sylvia stared at Monn angrily with her pair of purple cat eyes.
He said that because he knew that Sylvia didn’t have any money.
Otherwise, how would he make Sylvia willingly work for him?
Monn smiled in his heart and continued to say coldly, “No money?”
Sylvia hurriedly nodded.
Monn deliberately frowned.
Then he said reluctantly, “Since you don’t have any money, you can stay in the Holy Church and work until you pay it off.”
Sylvia was a little confused by the sudden turn of events.
She didn’t quite understand what had happened.
Monn said, “You don’t want to? Then pay it back.”
Sylvia reacted and hurriedly shook her head.
Then she said in a fawning manner, “Yes, yes, yes! I’m very willing!”
Although Sylvia was very unwilling to stay here and work,
She had no choice.
“Sigh, I hope I will be able to pay it off as soon as possible.”.
“Life is not easy,” the cat sighed.
Just when Sylvia felt her future turning dark, Monn’s words suddenly made her eyes light up again.
“Pay off the debt with your wages and use the remaining to take care of food and accommodation.”
Sylvia pretended not to hear the first sentence,
But the last sentence made her eyes light up.
Food and shelter?
So she wouldn’t have to worry about filling her stomach every day?
Now, Sylvia realized that it would be good to stay here and work.
She didn’t have money anyway.
Having a place to sleep and food to eat, it was like heaven to her now!
Now, Sylvia didn’t even think about leaving this place.
Why would she go out and live a workless life, but have to worry about her next meal.
Sylvia seemed to see hope.
As long as she lived here, she wouldn’t have to eat sunshine everyday anymore.
It was good!
Ace saw Sylvia’s expression.
She shook her head.
Ace had guessed Monn’s purpose when he asked her to stay here to work.
Seeing her happy face,
Ace didn’t know what to say.
She was really tricked by Monn.
But it was still good for the church.
Moreover, Sylvia had indeed made mistakes.
This was a good enough punishment for her.
After confirming the arrangements for Sylvia,
Monn asked kindly, “Why did you come to a human city?”
The elated Sylvia was instantly stunned.
She felt a little down, but she didn’t tell Monn and the others the reason.
She just laughed and said, “It’s nothing. It’s just that something happened in our clan, so I ran out.”
Monn narrowed his eyes.
He knew that Sylvia wasn’t telling the truth.
But Monn didn’t care.
After all, he just wanted to know the reason.
But since Sylvia did not want to talk about it,
Monn did not want to ask further.
He did not want to meddle in other people’s business.
He was already busy with his work.
Since he had just employed a worker whom he did not have to pay,
Monn was in a good mood.
He was able to save his own money.
Having Sylvia work for him would also lesson his workload.
Sylvia stopped being depressed after a while.
She was someone who did not like to dwell on negative things. She couldn’t let herself be depressed all the time.
It was not good for her at all.
After the matter was settled, Monn said, “Heidi, Sylvia’s issue has been settled. I’ll leave it to you to inform your second brother.”
Heidi widened her eyes and pointed at herself.
“Ah, then I will have to go to the Lord’s Mansion!”
Heidi had finally arrived at Monn’s place.
She had no intention of going back to his second brother’s place.
Moreover, she had heard that the Kingdom of Kate had given Monn a super-large castle.
Heidi had long wanted to live with Monn and the others.
The people at home were all older than her, so she had nobody to play with.
But Monn did ask her to inform him.
Then didn’t she have to go back?
She really didn’t want to.
Her mood instantly became gloomy.
Seeing this, Sylvia, who was coveting her performance suddenly raised her hand.
“Why don’t I go? I’m very fast! I’ll be back soon!”
When Heidi heard this, her expression also lit up.
But she was immediately mercilessly suppressed by Monn.
“The people on the street don’t even know you, so won’t they just treat you as another race that invaded the human town?”
Sylvia thought about it and agreed.
So she put down her hands resentfully.
However, Heidi still didn’t want to go, so she said, “Why don’t you just let a Holy Knight go?”
Monn looked at her indifferently.
Why should I let you go? Don’t you know why.
It’s obvious that you’re planning to come over for dinner.
Having Asher there was enough for him, did Heidi have to be there too?
Monn was determined to prevent that!