PR will be uploading the monarch chapters as soon as he gets them ready.
T/N: Due to college starting up again recently, the updates may be about half a day to a day late for the month of September. The chapters will keep coming weekly for sure, but it may be better to expect them on Mondays~Tuesdays just until October. Sorry. “Raise the shields!” Continue Reading →
T/N: ch. 232 will follow within the next 24 hours. Baron Isaac Kad was completely excited. ‘Lancephil Fief Regiment is definitely exhausted!’
T/n update: Sunday, Sept 9th’s update will be delayed to Monday. College started again and I’m a bit busy at the moment trying to get things in order. Update 2: Um… just few more hours please. sorry. Parkes Region located on the Maiel Mountain’s northern slope. Because big and small Continue Reading →
“How so predictable……” Sith Wiggins paced inside the small and shabby room full of smell of mold and formed a bitter smile. There wasn’t even a small window in the shabby room. The only thing there was were an old bed and a chair. Sith sat on the chair and Continue Reading →
Roan Lancephil’s envoy. Numerous nobles including Kallum Rinse and Lukan Diez slightly tensed at the completely unimagined visit. ‘There’s no way he himself would have come, then……’ Everyone’s gazes turned towards the banquet hall’s door.
“Ah……” Tears filled up with exclamations. Their hearts rapidly raced. The Tale Legion’s Legion Vice-Commander Semi and his Impasse Troop’s soldiers trembled at the sight unfolding before their eyes.
Rinse Kingdom Senate. A group made of old nobles who had served at least three kings. Though the number of affiliated nobles were very small, one couldn’t underestimate the power they had even so.
“Ggiieeek. Kkeruk!” “Kek!” The battlefield full of black smoke filled fully with the monsters’ shrieks.
T/N: My apologies for going missing in July. I injured my wrists rather badly back in the last week of June and couldn’t translate for a while. They’ve recuperated a bit now thanks to the rest, so I’ll translate and have up the rest of the six chapters I’d missed Continue Reading →