"There is no problem with the beasts."
The lizardman who seemed to be the leader spoke without hesitation.
"Then, I think that we shouldn't have any problem."
At that moment, Yale sent a message to Wyba by Spiritual Sense, and Wyba jumped before transforming in her half-beast form. Fortunately, she was always wearing the magic clothes made by Aiwai, and the clothes appeared after the transformation despite didn't seem to wear anything while she was in her wolf form.
"Di... divine beast!"
Wyba had only changed to her half-beast form, but seeing a beast change to a form like that could only be considered an act of a divine beast.
"Right! I suppose that there is no problem with divine beasts since beasts are allowed right?"
When Yale asked that question, the lizardmen nodded because they didn't have any bad relationship with divine beasts and they didn't dare to have any problem with them because a divine beast could easily become a Law Master, and a Law Master wasn't someone they could afford to offend.
Although humans also could become Law Masters, the proportion was completely different since the divine beasts would become Law Masters as long as they don't die by external factors before.
"Even if you are accompanied by an esteemed divine beast, the humans still need to leave. We aren't the ones making the rules, we only obey."
They felt like Yale was trying to say that since they were traveling with a divine beast, they should make an exception and let them remain in the area.
"Big brother, what are those fools saying?"
The first two words said by Wyba resonated in the mind of those lizardmen because if Yale was the big brother of a divine beast, that could only mean that Yale was a divine beast in human form.
At that moment, Yale changed to his half-beast form which provoked that those lizardmen confirmed their guesses.
"So, you are also an esteemed divine beast, sorry for being rude to you."
The lizardmen didn't know that it was possible for a human to have a divine beast bloodline, but even if they knew it, they would still act in the same way because the potential of the bloodline still worked.
"Not only me, except Shirk and our two wolf servants all of us are divine beasts in disguise. Sebe, show them your identity."
That was a huge lie because the only ones in their current group with a divine beast bloodline were Wyba, Yale and Sebe.
However, once Sebe also showed his half-beast form, the lizardmen were scared to death.
They had never met a divine beast before, but they had heard of them, and usually, they were lofty individuals who didn't tag with other divine beasts unless they were family.
Thus, they could still understand that Yale and Wyba were traveling together because they were siblings, but even a fool would be able to notice that Sebe's half-beats form wasn't related to wolves at all.
The lizardmen didn't know why some divine beasts grouped together, but they didn't dare to offend them because they couldn't measure what kind of backing those have and those three alone were already people they couldn't offend.
"I need to ask the other two to transform? Or you finally believe us?"
If for some reason the lizardmen insisted on seeing their transformations, Yale would need to cast an illusion to fake the appearance of Swordmad and Lar. After all, Lar's skill in Shape Shift wasn't enough to simulate a half-beast form, and Swordmad didn't even know that skill.
"No need of that. We believe you, sorry for treating all of you like humans before."
Seeing those three transformations and witnessing Yale's control over the Space Law was more than enough to convince them of their identities. After all, it was publicly known that without a divine beast bloodline or a comparable bloodline from other species, it was too difficult to make something like teleportation as easily as Yale did it.
Thus, as long as the other party had a bloodline of that level, the lizardmen tribe would treat them as honorable guests. Of course, they had never heard of humans having bloodlines like the divine bloodlines created by Yale.
"Don't worry. We are just used to be in our human form, and we can understand your confusion. Since no one had been harmed, we can let this matter go."
Yale, Wyba, Sebe returned to their previous forms at that moment, and the lizardmen didn't dare to ask them to remain in any specific form.
After all, they were treating with future Law Masters, and the outside appearance wasn't important enough to offend them.
"Thank you for your magnanimity. I want to invite all of you to visit our humble tribe."
Since they had heard that Yale's group appeared there due to that sea monster, they guessed that they wanted to rest and obtain some information about the surrounding before deciding what to do afterward and making friends with divine beasts was always good.
"We will be following your group. I hope that you can explain our situation to the others in your tribe to avoid misunderstandings."
Yale truly didn't know until what point the divine beasts have influence in the western continent, but he decided to act mighty and it was working very well.
"Of course, we will take care of everything. I am sure that the tribe chief will even make a banquet for all of you."
After the leader of the lizardmen group spoke, everyone started to move while Yale was smiling inwardly while thinking about how they changed from being intruders to honored guests.
"In the end everyplace is the same, as long as you have enough power, others would treat you well."
The power was also affected by the potential; it wasn't wise to offend someone with a high potential unless you have the certainty of killing that person and not letting anyone discover about that or problems may arise in the future.
However, there were objects like the one which Yale gave to Oscro to transmit the last moments before the death to others, so the chances of being discovered killing someone with high potential were high as that kind of people usually had great backgrounds.
As for the consequences of being discovered, for a tribe like the tribe of those lizardmen was utter destruction.