Hearing this, Lisha looked dumbstruck.
She felt like she understood every word Jagoan said, but she did not understand it when she put it all together.
However, she did not dwell on the subject because she could tell Jagoan did not seem to want to explain too much about this.
“You don’t seem to get along with your sister, right?” Jagoan asked suddenly.
He was curious about the problem.
Lisha immediately replied without hiding anything, “That’s true. Yes, I have always disliked her because she’s detestable, mean, and jealous.”
After a pause, Lisha added, “Besides, we share the same father but a different mother.”
“Is she your stepmother’s child?” Jagoan sharply grasped the crux of the matter.
No wonder Lisha and Aria were siblings but looked different. They did not share the same mother.
“Yes, my mother had a difficult birth with me and didn’t survive,” Lisha explained, speaking in a slightly gloomy tone.
Jagoan hesitated slightly before saying, “I’m sorry I reminded you of something sad.”
“It’s nothing. It’s been so long that I’ve already moved on…”
Lisha laughed before adding, “Besides, Aria’s mother is also dead, so there’s nothing I’m bitter about.”
Aria’s mother was dead too…
For a moment, Jagoan did not know what to say to express his feelings.
“Where are we going next?”
Jagoan asked, changing the subject.
“Hmm… It’s up to you. We’ve been to the places I want to go, so let’s go to the places you’re interested in,” Lisha said with a smile.
Jagoan was going to say he did not have anywhere he wanted to go, but then he remembered something suddenly.
Jagoan bought the ancient bronze sword fragments from an antique market in Crosac. Therefore, would the last fragment be in the antique market?
Maybe it would not be here, but maybe it would. He would be lucky if he found it.
Without further hesitation, Jagoan quickly said, “Okay, let’s check out the antique market.”
“So you’re interested in antiques.” Lisha looked at Jagoan with some shock.
“I can’t say I’m interested. More specifically, I’m looking for something,” Jagoan replied.
Twenty minutes later, Lisha and Jagoan arrived at Crosac’s antique market.
Crosac’s antique market was no more prosperous than Dorodo’s. It was because Dorodo was a pure Dragon Kingdom city with few of them being the City-State Union locals.
Crosac was made up of a mix of City-State Union locals and Caucasians, so though Crosac had a larger population, there were not necessarily more people interested in antiques than Dorodo.
Even so, there was immediately a lively atmosphere once they entered the antique market.
At first glance, the antique market was full of people. Besides, most people who came here to buy antiques were Caucasians.
Jagoan and Lisha saw such sights often along their way.
“Boss, is this fake?”
“How much is it? Can you offer me a cheaper price?”
“You can tell at a glance that it’s fake!”
“It’s real. It’s absolutely real. It’s from the Regency era. Don’t buy it if you think it’s too expensive.”
“Don’t touch it if you’re not buying it. Can you afford to compensate for it if you damage it?”
Listening to such conversations, Jagoan suddenly had the illusion that he was back in Dragon Kingdom’s cities.