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ut before that, I still have some questions to ask you-about the holy city of Taquila four hundred and fifty years ago.” New weapons operated by mortals? Agatha couldn’t help but think of crossbows and trebuchets. If they were just improvements of these things, it would not be enough to deal with the devil. But she did not express the doubt in her heart, “Ask.” “You mentioned earlier that the holy city of Taqila is a city ruled by witches, and ordinary people without magic can only be counted as lower-class people, so they eat a few meals a day. What is the staple food? Do you eat more meat?” Agatha couldn’t help but be stunned. She did not expect that the other party would ask herself such a question, “Common people also have high and low status. They can work for high-level witches and serve as chores and city defenses. Ordinary people are equivalent to the weakest auxiliary witches. Next are farmers and merchants, and finally slaves and coolies. As for what you ask, I can’t answer—any witch who lives in the upper city will not go. Pay attention to what ordinary people eat. As for the guards and servants in my tower, they are provided with three meals a day. Except for the month of evil spirits, they can eat meat once a week.” “What is their salary?” “What is that, is it money?” She raised her eyebrows. “They become my accompaniment and serve as my masters for life, and I give them shelter and food, and teach them knowledge. Other than that, no other payment is required. “So that’s the case,” the other party wrote on the paper with great interest, “such as farming, raising livestock, and building ironware. Will witches participate in it?” “Of course, these are all auxiliary witches. “Agatha replied, “Even if they are them, they are much better than ordinary people-if they are left alone to mortals, they will not meet the needs of the Federation.” Questions and answers like this continued. For nearly half an hour, he seemed to be particularly interested in the food, clothing, housing, and transportation of the