Sevens: Various Worries

Various Worries

… Aria Lockwarde was worried.

She had become an adventurer and joined a party, but was her current self truly contributing…?

She had borrowed the Circry mansion’s yard, and was swinging her spear, but her impatience made the head feel heavy, and it wouldn’t move as she wanted it.

As her sweaty hands let the portion she clenched slip, she decided to take a break to get her breathing back together.

“Hah, hah… I’m the only one being left behind.”

Her party members consisted of Lyle and Novem, who were a year her junior, and the automaton Poyopoyo, who’s name had yet to be finalized. The four of them(?).

At this point, if they asked Clara or Miranda, they would probably lend a hand as well.

And within them, Aria was panicking on her own.

She thought she was properly accomplishing her job as a vanguard, but for some reason, the atmosphere was one where she was the only one growing distant.

Lyle had a lot of loose ends to him, but he did rack up achievements.

You could understand it if you ever saw him up close.

He could use multiple Skills simultaneously, and he easily mastered their use.

Even when she had a red gem as well, she would never be able to use it like Lyle.

Support and Vanguard Class Skills were different.

But in regards to handling them, it was clear as day that Aria fell behind the boy.

She could use magic as well, but nothing on the high level of Novem’s.

The times where the Lockwarde House was heralded as a Viscount House were but a distant memory.

Rather than practicing magic in order to live, she had been worry over how to get through the days.

Even if she took up jobs to support herself, her father’s money usage always left the House baren.

At the end, she was seriously giving thought to selling off her body.

No matter what she did, it was pointless…

She remembered her father’s voice.

He was a prideful man, and he hated adventurers.

If they ever even came out in conversation, he would lash out, and he was always bringing troubles.

“… Just what am I even doing?”

Regretfully, Aria knew the extent of her own ability.

Whether she fought up front, or cast magic in the back, she would never match up to either Lyle, or Novem.

Unlike the two of them, who wholeheartedly devoted their youths to training their martial arts and magics, a large gap had opened up.

Aria gripped the red gem hanging at her neck.

Of the Skills recorded in it, there were four in total.

Her own Skill… 【Quick】 included, the number became five.

While Quick allowed for swift consecutive movements, its burden on the body was high.

It was the Skill she had obtained on her own, so it wasn’t a struggle for her to use it. Compared to the other Skills she had, that is.

Strengthen one’s muscles, strengthen one’s weapons, let loose a single strong attack, send out a shockwave.

If you looked at the other Skills, they were all a lineup any vanguard adventurer would look upon with envy.

In the past, an adventurer she met in Dalien had told her…

“Skill affinity, is it…”

For good or bad, all a gem did was record Skills, and as it arbitrarily recorded them, it was quite a pain.

In that case, using Magic Tools bestowed with Skills was the preferable option.

Essential combinations… raising one’s own strength, and reducing the enemies. If those two Skills were to be put together, then high level enemies could be taken down.

I mean, it acted to raise your abilities, and lower the oppositions.

That difference could become a wide one.

Gems had one major defect.

“But I can’t use Magic Tools, and the current me can’t afford one… in the end, I’ll have to master this thing, or else.”

Looking at the red gem, she let out a sigh.

She tried to wipe her sweat off of her body, but it stuck, and when she took a rest, she got the feeling she had a slight fever.

This time, the clothes stuck down to her started to make her feel nauseous.

The walls around the yard were high, and no one could peep in, so Aria removed her upper layer.

“Even my underwear is sticky.”

Her clothes had taken up enough sweat that they could be wrung out.

Spear in hand, she moved to head back to the inside.

When she went to the door into the mansion, Poyopoyo emerged, carrying a basket.

“Oh, my, so you were in the middle of training. You’re dripping sweat, so please don’t come any closer. I have my precious master’s washed laundry here.”

The bad-mouthed automaton treated Lyle as her master, but other humans were given a fixed level of treatment.

Only Novem was an exception.

“… You sure treat Lyle different from everyone else.”

As Aria said that, Poyopoyo responded with a serious face.

“What of it? I have become operational in order to serve my master. I must apologize, but everyone else is just an extra? Ah, but… if master told me to serve Aria-san like my life depended on it, then I do plan on serving you with such resolve. However, do remember my loyalty if saved for no one but that chicken dickwad…”

As Aria felt fed up at Poyopoyo’s long speech, she looked at her with tired eyes.

“Fine by me. Even so, why is it that women just keep on gathering around that man one after another…”

What she remembered were the events that transpired before she came to Arumsaas.

On a night with a pretty full moon, Lyle had confessed in a roundabout way by saying, ‘the moon sure is beautiful tonight,’ or something of the like. Aria’s face turned red.

And to her, Poyopoyo…

“You’re in the way, so can’t you move? You’re shortening the time I have left to dry the laundry. And wait, you reek of sweat, so why not dunk a bucket of cold water over yourself?”

Aria looked at Poyopoyo.

“… I think I hate you.”

Poyopoyo responded.

“What a coincidence. I have no interest in anyone besides that damn chicken. Oh, that woman is another matter entirely!”

It wasn’t a coincidence or anything, she simply wasn’t interested. Aria passed by her, and entered the mansion.

While she was a strange automaton, she did all the housework to perfection.

It was on a level where complaining about it was unreasonable.

“Really, just why did you have to wake this strange girl… idiot.”

While turning her eyes to the automaton hanging clothing up in the yard, Aria muttered that…

Having come to the library, I was reading books pertaining to adventurers.

I was mostly confirming the organization of a Party.

“… If we’re going to have four fighters, we’ll have to have the same, or a greater number of support.”

In order to conquer Arumsaas’s labyrinth, I was thinking of how to go about not using Skills.

The first I thought of was gathering numbers, a simple, and exemplary answer.

But to do that, I would have to gather personnel I could trust as my comrades.

We came to Arumsaas to search for comrades to begin with.

The very fact that we hadn’t made much progress on that one made me determine that method would take much too long.

“It’s fine to take time, but the problem is…”

… During that period, I won’t be able to use and Skills.

It’s not like they’re necessary for me to move as I want.

But as the item I had relied on to now had become unusable, I had to obtain a new power for myself.

It’s natural for me to be training myself, and for acting as a party, I needed to obtain the necessary technique.

“Confirming our own location within the labyrinth… Also, scouting, confirming and disarming traps, as well as securing safety… the Fifth and Sixth’s Skills are way too convenient.”

Having lost the areas those Skills compensated for, I was immediately inconvenienced.

The Second spoke.

『Their Skills are extraordinary as a set. While convenient individually, I’m surprised they manifested a set like that.』

Different Skills manifest based on the individual.

Even if you had identical twins, it’s not certain that the same Skill will come out.

The individuals’ growth and desires, and other such factors influence it, or so I’ve read.

Aiming for and trying to get a specific one to emerge is exceedingly difficult.

“To compensate for this, I’ll need a specialist… learning it on my own is impossible.”

The learning part in itself isn’t a problem.

If I tried, I think I could do it, and I’m sure it’s possible, but… the time necessary to pick it up, and to learn all the other necessary skills would add on time in units of years.

If possible, I don’t want to stretch it out that long.

Once we fortified our party in Arumsaas, I was planning on heading to the capital of adventurers, the free city of 【Beim】.

Celes… there’s also the matter with my sister the First Generation called a monster, and staying in one place for too long is likely dangerous.

(For that whimsical Celes, I wonder just when her interests will become directed at me… no, I also get the feeling she may have forgotten.)

With her willfulness, I can’t even imagine what she’ll be doing next.

Back when my parents still got along with me…

(Huh? What sort of girl was Celes again?)

Looking back, it’s a memory of when I was ten.

I treated my sister Celes as an older brother should. That’s how it should have been. I have no memories of doing anything particular to be hated.

The mansion just suddenly started to move with her at its center…

I shook my head, and put those thoughts on hold.

(Is is her Skill? Or could it be something else… No, let’s put that aside.)

I turned my eyes back to the book, and tried to think of another formation for the party that wouldn’t rely on my Skills.

… Novem was inspecting the room after Shannon had cleaned it.

“I see, so she really does have good eyes. She’s cleaned up quite nicely. I’ll have to praise her later.”

The individual herself would probably hate it though, Novem thought, as she turned to leave the room. But there, she heard a voice.

While she had erased her presence to approach, Novem knew, so she wasn’t surprised.

… It was Miranda.

“Hmm, where’s Shanon?”

“She’s in the yard with Poyopoyo-san right now. They’re taking in the laundry. Welcome back, Miranda-san.”

While looking at Novem’s radiant smile, Miranda returned a smile of her own.

“I see. I came to watch her working hard. How unfortunate.”

Novem realized Miranda had intentionally tried erasing her presence. She also knew it wasn’t in order to scare Shannon.

Miranda had approached, knowing fully well Novem was the only one there.

“… Did you have some business with me?”

As Novem tried asking for her main intent, Miranda revised her expression.

She took on a serious face. She had been hiding them under her academy uniform, but behind, her back, two daggers…

While wondering why she was being so wary today, Novem treated her as usual.

“I had a few questions.”

“Questions, is it? I have a few of those myself.”

A tense air emerged between the two, but neither of them seemed to mind it. If either of them made any movements, Shannon’s room would soon become a battlefield, or so the air seemed to indicate.

What Miranda wanted to ask about was Novem herself.

“Shannon told me. That you don’t seem to be human… but it sure is strange. You don’t look like an automaton either. Those things had just become famous when our professor activated them not to long ago. You seem to have grown up alongside Lyle…”

Hearing Miranda change her way of addressing him from Lyle-kun to Lyle, Novem was overjoyed.

In order to truly build up a harem for Lyle, she thought it would be best to get a hold of Miranda no matter what.

“I am Novem of the Forxuz House. Nothing more, and nothing less. Having people fear me… it’s always been like that, and I don’t think I’ve ever been too mindful of it.”

Seeing Novem tilting her head, Miranda leaned herself against the door frame, and mutter, ‘that so?’

(She still has her guard up.)

And Novem brought up the topic she wanted to ask about.

“My homeland, the Forxuz House has had quite a long relation with the Walt House. I know from that connection, but… the Circry House is linked to the Walt house as well, right? You should have met with them numerous times at Centralle.”

About the Walt House… about Celes.

As far as Novem knew, when Lyle had surpassed the age of ten, Celes began receiving treatment fitting of the next head of the House.

It was also a rumor that the social gatherings were attended by the beautiful woman of the Walt’s.

Even now, the Walt House held a major influence.

If they were ever called to a party in Centralle, it wouldn’t be strange for the related houses to never get into contact with them.

“Asking when you already know… that’s right, I knew about Lyle already as well. I was surprised when I found him with Aria, but it’s true that I was a little interested in him.”

Novem gave a high evaluation to Miranda, who wasn’t fascinated with Celes despite meeting her.

“I see. You could have informed his House, but why didn’t you?”

Miranda raised both of her hands in a pose of surrender.

“If I moved in that direction, I was sure you would kill both me and Shannon.”

While thinking how savage of a misunderstanding that, was, Novem offered a correction.

“Oh, I would never go that far. We would just leave this place. Even so, even when she did that much to you, you sure do treasure your little sister.”

Miranda’s gaze lowered just a little.

“With her lack of vision, you see, Shannon received quite a harsh treatment… As a family member, I want to protect her. I knew of her resentment, but that’s just because I was recognized by that woman instead of her.”

That woman definitely meant Celes, thought Novem, as she muttered.

“You sure are nice.”

“It’s because we’re sisters. Well, we don’t get along too well with the second or third daughters.”

It seems Miranda’s sisters had some complicated circumstances. Novem had a vague understanding of that from the fact that the first daughter Miranda was in a place like this.

“… As long as you don’t lay a hand on Lyle-sama, then I won’t do a thing. Ah, but… I won’t stop you if you try getting along with him as man and woman. I did hear it was love at first sight.”

Hearing that, Miranda burst out.

“Y-you were awake!”

Seeing Novem’s smile, Miranda left with a reddened face. Perhaps she was angry, as her steps were louder than usual. It felt as if she was intentionally making sound as she walked.

More human feelings than before were emerging.

Rather than the Miranda who could only ever be a good person, Novem liked the current one.

“I’m a littls envious.”

Saying that, Novem also exited Shannon’s room…

Having finished reading the materials at the library, I walked down Arumsaas’ streets.

I had committed a few points to strengthen a party to mind, so I was going to return to consult Novem, and everyone and the ancestors to see if we could realize them.

Doing nothing but think about it made my head feel heavy, so I took a recreational walk on the way back.

There were quite a few academy students, and they carried a different impression about them than the standard civilians walking about.

It wasn’t the city of scholars for nothing, and the treasuring of wisdom was deeply rooted in their culture, I’ll bet.

Of course, it’s also true that the city was mocked for having to culture to begin with.

On the street.

“You don’t even know something as simple as that? Even children know it.”

Most of the conversations I heard were something like that. Proud of their wisdom, there were many people who spoke ill of those less learned than them.

It’s true it was an interesting place, but I’m doubtful of whether I want to stay here forever.

I mean, the city itself is a mashed up jumble, and if I had a say in this, I’d like a quiet and peaceful place to set up house.

With a wife, and some children, and…

(Huh? It’s getting a little hard to imagine.)

The happy end of a story has to be where the protagonist is heralded as a hero. Or perhaps living happily ever after alongside his companion.

I had longed for the latter, but I can’t even imagine it at this point.

(Well, for now, I just have to think about clearing the thirtieth lower level.)

I’ll be able to think of such things later, I thought, as I switched gears, and continued walking.

Arumsaas’ good point was that there were few ill-breds to be found. To put it another way, there were very few dangerous spots.

There wasn’t a place for gambling, and with all the book stores and private schools and training halls, it didn’t seem there was much in the way of pleasure.

It was forbidden for performers to put on acts on the streets, so unless there was a festival going on, that sort of fun was little to be found.

When asked, it seems this city’s concept of fun was drinking the night away in a bar while listening to the music. There were places like that in Dalien as well.

If you want to put it bluntly, while the city’s scale was massive, there wasn’t any fun.

“That’s why the adventurers are leaving one after another. Well, there are some that like this place as well, but… there’s no place for me to really use money.”

It may be the best for those that want to polish themselves, but it was nothing but a boring place for adventurers with a bit of ability to them.

That was Arumsaas. The City of Scholars.

But at the same time, I though…

“I don’t actually have any hobbies, do I.”

Swordplay and magic were necessities, so I honed them.

Books are there to store up knowledge. No, it’s not like I hate reading, but… I noticed that apart from that, I didn’t have anything that I could call a hobby.

Hobbies were a necessity to enjoy life, or so I read in a book.

I turned onto a street with fewer passersby, and muttered to myself.

“I wonder if I should get a hobby.”

The Fourth.

『To all onlookers, it probably looks like your hobby is fooling around with women. Well, it’s nice to have one. I loved counting the gold coins piled up in the vault.』

That’s a hobby? As I thought that, the Fifth spoke.

『… I used up all the Fourth’s money on my mistresses.』

He said it! The Fifth let out some rare emotions, but…

『The hell ya’ doing, ya’ bastard!!』

The money loving Fourth flipped out.

(In the past, I would have to worry over a Mana expenditure like this, but recently, I haven’t been minding it at all)

I remembered the past, where I would immediately collapse, and thought I didn’t want to experience Growth for something like this.

I heard voices from the Jewel.

『Shut up!! It was necessary for me to resolve the problems you left behind! When I became the head, we did fight a lot, though!』

As the Fifth shouted back, the Sixth tried to calm him.

While the Sixth gave off a wild impression, he was weak in some places to the Fifth.

『Let’s calm down, everyone. If you calmly explain it, I’m sure he’ll understand.』

The Seventh spoke.

『Ah, so it’s about that matter. That really was a problem raised by the Fourth. The Third was also related, but there’s no point in telling the man who died in battle.』

The Third let out his voice.

『… Did I do something?』

The Fifth spoke in a low voice.

『You didn’t do anything. Because you didn’t do anything about it, it became such a large issue. And because of that, I…』

It seems that there are various problems between the generations of the Walt House.

(I wonder just what happened.)

It was a topic I was a little curious about, so I planned to ask about it when I got back.

About Yoraikun

A college student who really should be doing something more productive with his time. Also, he can read a bit of Japanese.
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99 Responses to Sevens: Various Worries

  1. gm_rusaku says:

    Nepu!! Thanks

    Liked by 1 person

  2. just what is Noveeeeeeem????
    thanks raikun

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Great, I have been F5 nonstop~


  4. kirindas says:

    Thanks for the new chapter!


  5. goblinrou says:

    『… I used up all the Fourth’s money on my mistresses.』

    I love the 5th.

    Aria feels useless, Novem is more than meets the eye ( autobot or decepticon?) and Lyle starting to see some memory gaps.

    The plot thickens and so does the harem.

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  6. Chronos5884 says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  7. Nirleka says:

    The harem with mystery, yay i love this series.
    Thank you Yoraikun m( _ _)m

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  8. dark_heero00 says:

    novem also hated and feared huh… smells like another special human like Celes o-o


  9. I think his hobby is interacting with the ancestors….

    Thanks so much for all your hard work!!!!

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  10. Leon says:

    still a meh character development for aria, even the newly introduced Poyopoyo (temp) is more interesting than her

    and what exactly is novem @_@


  11. diablo says:

    Thanks for the new chapter!


  12. Reaper Phoenix says:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Novem is seriously thinking of building a harem for Lyle. :D
    Someone brought it up before and now I agree, Lyle must have done something in their childhood for Novem to be so loyal to him. Though for her to be used of people fearing her, she must be a similar existence as Celes.
    Could it be that Celes is an angel (order => mind control) and Novem is a devil (chaos => free will), or something along those lines?


    • lately it seems more that novem, rather than being in love with lyle and forcing herself to accept a harem setting for him, thinks more along the lines of her purpose in life being to make lyle happy. she even admitted to being pretty much lyle’s doll to shannon. but it doesn’t seem like she exactly dislikes being loved by him, either. i guess total fascination? Maybe it’s that setting where noone would look at her for what she was or everyone would treat her like something inhuman in her childhood and lyle, being autistic about his environement, was the only one that treated her warmly, or soemthing like so.

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  13. RageEnder says:

    In my timezone….. You always have a release in midnight….


  14. Heywait says:

    Yoraikun is this your new main project? I am interested in reading Sevens but i was wondering if you are planning on translating this until the end first.


    • BakaGrappler says:

      Yoraikun has stated repeatedly that Sevens is not a teaser, and that he has a personal interest in translating it. So, yeah, it’s pretty much his new main project at this point.

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      • Nazgor says:

        Yoraikun did mention in a comment that he is quite interested in Sevens so it is definitely not a teaser BUT (and im not 100% sure of this so correct me if im wrong) I also think Sevens is here to fill in the gap of Lazy King’s second season(?) being finished up. Yoraikun said he will translate it once the 2nd season is complete.


  15. RKain says:

    So. The entire Forxuz bloodline is something non-human, I’m guessing. Maybe they dedicated themselves to being eternal allies to the true born heirs of the Walt family? For some reason? Maybe the First unwittingly helped them (even as he thought they were helping him) during one of his wild rampages, and they swore the loyalty of seven times seven future generations to the heirs of that wildman.

    My thanks to you, Yoraikun.

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    • JustChilling says:

      I like that theory. It would so much like him… He might have done so while being drunk or something too. Now that I think about it, It was the Forxuz head that brought the first his wife. I wonder if that has anything to do with it.

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      • Eiourion says:

        Yeah, considering the time of the first I imagine the women there are mostly rugged themselves as there are little convenience so the only women that fit the standard are upper nobility or not human.

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        • Tolack says:

          ‘Or not human’ – GENUIS! The Walt Family Precepts did not state that the woman had to be human! Wait, does that mean the horny tsun bot would count too??? O.O


    • But then why are other Forxuz scared of Novem?

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    • alu says:

      What I find estrange is that there was no marriage relationships between the Walt and Forxuz houses for 8 generations.
      And then Lyle is engaged to Novem.


  16. ZaX says:

    His hobby is establishing his harem. Totally true. Thanks for the chapter.

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  17. Granhelios says:

    Thanks 4 the capter!!!!


  18. nalilygaw says:

    poyopoyo goes pyon~ pyon~


  19. Kolasu says:

    Anyone else think that Novem was abandoned by her house years prior instead of just leaving? She has a lot of experience on the outside and her timing with lyles situation seems all too convenient. Just a theory.
    Thanks for the chapter!

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    • BakaGrappler says:

      Novem has shown that she has extra sensory awareness of the things around her, and can sense the approach of Lyle from blocks away. Novem most likely ran to the Walt house after hearing of Lyle’s duel and tracked him down to the groundskeeper’s shed and eavesdropped on Lyle’s conversations with him. Then positioned herself to meet with Lyle to support him.

      Now, the real question is, what is CAUSING all her loyalty? I think answering that question will also answer who and what Novem really is.

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  20. GonZ555 says:

    Thank you for the chapter :)
    TsunPoyo seems cute on this chapter


  21. ArKain says:

    Why aren’t gems popular? If you want a certain skill on it, couldn’t you just find someone with that skill, and then chuck a gem at them? It’d be like Pokemon.

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    • Yoraikun says:

      People don’t really share their Skills, and it seems they have to hold it for a long time.


    • Orange Light Saber says:

      Thats most likely because of how hard it is to use it and how much it expends the only reason Lyle can use it so effectively is because he was fit for it and besides it only records the skill if they use it but that doesn’t mean others can’t break it or take it from you if you chuck it at them.


    • Tasear says:

      wonder trade in real life O.o maybe in 2016.


    • Nazgor says:

      You also have to remember what they mentioned about being compatible with skills. You might record the skills of others but your body may be incompatible with it AND you may have no idea how to actually use their skill. Most people dont go around telling others what their skill is.


    • That guy says:

      As people mentioned above, it’s basically only useful as a family heirloom.
      -It takes a while to record a skill and does nothing for the first person to have it.
      -You need to be compatible with it Lyle’s family has been support skill users for generations, not to mention he has direct blood ties to all the skills in his. Same with Aria. Even if Lyle tried using Aria’s, it’d likely not work at all or be so inefficient it wouldn’t be worth it.
      -It takes talent to master a skill, and even in that case it won’t as strong as the original person’s who manifested the skill.
      -You need to have mana to spare, which pretty much limits this people with noble blood in them..
      -As seen with the bandit, you can easily damage yourself if you don’t meet these.

      Meanwhile, you can just get a magic item with an adjustable skill designs for ease of use. Not to mention gems and magic items aren’t compatible, so it’s one or the other.


      • ArKain says:

        Time to record is long
        – …. Yeah, alright, that would be a big barrier, I still think they can organize a group of people who each carry like 10 gems to record their skills into it, then shift over. Sell it for lots of money because these people you picked have useful skills. Mass production, go!
        – On another note… I was kind of hoping Lyle would get his entire harem recorded into the jewel, you know, just to sit there with a bunch of ladies fawning over you and showing off to future generations.

        Compatibility and issues with using skills in gems
        – Counterpoint: Aria’s gem was taken by a bandit leader and he used all the skills inside it competently…. more or less. If it’s an issue with red/yellow/blue matching up, one would should make sure to take the right colour.

        Skill mastery
        – This is the third stage? As in Full burst? The skills would still be very useful even if only at their first stage (passive EXP gain? Free area map? Location of all allies and enemies including hidden ones? Sign me up!). Despite being weaker, something having so many skills stuck in it should be very valuable.

        – Well… most people should be able to use one or two at a time at least… Unless they get stuck with Lyle’s passive drain….. but that’ll even out with growths. Eventually.

        – Cursed equipment!

        Magic tools
        – Were they actually incompatible?


        • Magic Tools:
          – Were there a paragraph about potential uncompatibility between magical tool and gem? I thought it’s mentioned that wearing two kinds wont work. Even two gems wont work. It’s in convo with First, I think.

          Stat requirement:
          – It’s shown that skills have mana requirement as well as stat requirement. Various times ancestors mention that Lyle can use some of the skills, and others can be used after using First’ stat-raising skill. So yeah, Aria can hardly use her skills because not enough stat, but the bandit chief can use it.

          – Skills conditions to use safely must have been taught by families. Otherwise, that bandit chief’s fate is the result.


        • ArKain says:

          No one has taught Aria about her limits though, and so far she hasn’t suffered an implosion. Even during her fight with Lyle, she went up to her limit but didn’t exceed it.


        • wisnujr says:

          @ArKain , at novem fight again lyle , she didn’t overuse / exceed limit because she only use her ow skill that manifest, not using skill in her gem


        • jikan11 says:

          i think there is an interface for the skills thats why aria never had reached her limits


  22. thejum says:

    I wonder what Novem is though? Well, it seems like she cares about Lyle so she shouldn’t be dangerous to him but still…


  23. hezat says:

    So yorai how far have you read ahead for this story ?
    cause if you say you did all the 300+ chapter and there is still no explanation on novem i’m gotta get hungry … :3 and you d’ont want me to eat the internet do you ? XD


  24. theory: considering how novem said herself: she only exist to be by Lyle side, I think that maybe in a past life Lyle was someone important and Novem was his imortal servant (I doubt that she was his lover because she juding from this chapter seems like she doesnt fell emotions like a normal human)……considering how novem was “born” in a normal way in a normal family and even grew up together with Lyle (proving that she does get older) maybe she is a demon or a angel in a human body


  25. Well Obvs, Novem just don’t have emotions. That’s why she said she was envious when Miranda was fussing and being all blushy and stuff. She’s just faking it to be sociable. But what really bugs me is that, he have memories with Novem as childhood but no one else and then he started to all of sudden train for some reason and all of sudden it skipped to 10 yrs old to where he just tried to get the house and Celes beating him up. Obvs, Novem and Celes have something going on with them in the childhood memory, perhaps something big happened and Lyle forced himself to forget and that’s why he wanted to get stronger and ignored Novem.


  26. k says:

    Thank for the update


  27. moevora says:

    Anyone here think lyle will recruit shannon for the specialist? she did hv a demon eyes afterall.. cant wait for next ch.
    Thanks yorai♥


  28. NomangaNolife says:

    What if the memory of novem was nothing but a implanted memory because novem is another being entirely!? And celes is just crazy cuz she’s crazy


  29. November isn’t a living jewel-gem-thing by any chance is she?


  30. Thanks says:

    Ahh after giving a lot you suddenly stop and make me suffer like this ahh…ahh… my does I neeed…it..

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  31. lynnlen says:

    I kind of like this because it takes time out to focus on the girls and give them a little bit of character development, one drawback to these WN is that a lot of them keep throwing harem member after harem member without giving them any focus and they start to fade in the background and be forgotten because other characters are being focused on. I wouldn’t matter as much if they were side-characters needed to move the plot along; but these apart of the main cast and I should care for them. In Sevens that’s not the case at least at this point in the story, each of the girls have their own bit of focus, what they’re thinking, what they think of each other and what do they think of Lyle.


  32. sdeligar says:

    Thank you


  33. Mincheriit says:



  34. Seinvolf says:

    Thank u always for ur great work…


  35. Tpp says:

    1st, 4th and 5th are the best ancestors


  36. Suzushina says:

    I wish Lyle would pick his women more carefully. The ones around him are psychopaths… Aria is the only normal one, Clara too if gunned.


  37. LogLauncher says:

    Thanks for the chapter!!


  38. DarkoNeko says:

    You want a scout ? Shannon’s eye litterally see mana, so she likely can scout well. (speaking of which, the being of light Shannon want to reach is totally Celes, isn’t it)

    “Hobbies were a necessity to enjoy life, or so I read in a book.” dude, it’s too sad if you formulate it like that.


  39. berserknexus says:

    Ah, I am annoyed with the ancestor’s talking more now. Now they’ll die and I’ll cry. F.UCK


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