Full Translation, by NotAnEasy-aki:
Sweet candy can really take it easy, right? Even if the amount is small, you can still enjoy them and take it easy, and even take it easy even if hungry, right?
That's why, from within your herd, won't you choose 1 yukkuri by yourselves, and give them to me? A very sweet one at that.
I have a pet Remilia. Can you see her? She's looking this way from the second-floor window. I need meals for her. Wait, don't run away. If you run away, then I'll let her go hunting every day. If that happens then you will be chased all around the town, and your herd will likely no longer exist.
Because, you see, Remilia rather than dead yukkuri likes to chase down living, moving yukkuri.
Also slow-footed children would be the first ones eaten. You wouldn't want that, right? That's why, 1 yukkuri is enough. You choose among yourselves and send them over. If possible, a sweet looking one would be nice. They'll last longer then.
Right...even more that a sweet one, an energetic one would be even better. I don't particularly care if they're trash, but those types don't seem to become that sweet. Those types are quickly eaten, so if it's child yukkuri I would need one every day. But, a tasty-looking...if it's a healthy pretty yukkuri, let's see...she'd take her time and eat her over the course of 3~4 days. A good yukkuri gets bullied and knocked about, made sweeter and is little by little eaten. That's why, ones that go and say "Eat up!" by themselves don't become very sweet.
Anyway, if the herd were to disappear, then everyone would be troubled, right? Really, just one yukkuri is enough. It doesn't matter who. It's enough if you share just a little, so that my Remilia doesn't go hungry.
Just beat them up a little then leave them by the doorway. If you do that, then I'll keep Remilia locked up. What do you say?
Good. Then I'll take this one. Ah, in exchange you can use my backyard for hunting. I think there should be plenty of nuts and insects. You might see and hear a lot of things coming from the window, but don't concern yourselves with it. Yeah...don't worry, as long as she doesn't go hungry, I won't let her out. But, it would be nice if you also paid attention and made sure to have one readied in advance.
They were unexpectedly understanding, and it really helped me out. Always buying live bait from the store adds up to a lot of money, after all.
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