Sevens: The Young Commanders

TL: No, I’m not stockpiling chapters, I seriously didn’t have the time to do one yesterday. I don’t think I’ll be able to tomorrow either.

The Young Commanders

From the station in the center of the village, I issued orders on horseback.

Looking up in the sky, the Gryphon was looking down on us all from up high.

The air was filled with the cries of monsters, and the war cries of the soldiers, knights and fief.

We had greater numbers than that of the monsters.

But the numbers we had capable of combat was lower.

Even so…

『We hold the advantage in a defensive battle, but how will the Gryphon move… oy, we managed to let the orcs pass magnificently.』

As the Fifth said that, my Skills confirmed a few orcs had purposely been let passed, and cornered.

The Third spoke.

『How wonderful. How about you go meet them?』

His grin surfaced in my mind, and I let out a loud voice.

“Activate the traps on the east side! Move out!”

A large bell chimed in the number of times decided by the party of three. To confirm they had received the necessary instruction, bells rang out in return.

The small village was growing loud, and within that, the ancestors instructed me to make my orders short and precise.

For the expeditionary force made up of the odds and ends, complex orders wouldn’t be transmitted.

The one stationed on the east side was Miranda.

The traps were quite simple ones.

Shannon popped her face out of Porter.

“You stay inside!”

“I can’t help but be curious!”

Perhaps worried about her elder sister, Shannon looked to the east.

(Can she see it? Her eyes truly are amazing.)

While we were doing that, Marcus-san posed questions to me.

“Oy, it’s really alright, right!? If they keep flooding in like this…”

The Sixth seemed quite irritated. Even if Marcus-san couldn’t hear it, he shouted out.

『Don’t raise a ruckus about the commander! You’ll make the surroundings anxious!』

The Seventh seemed cold.

『Lyle’s first defensive battle… and he has these men as his troops…』

Why did all the ancestors seem to be having such fun? I couldn’t understand, nor did I have the sentiment to.

“… If they come in, we just have to fight them. We’ve made more than enough preparations for that sake.”

And I confirmed the body of our troops with Skills.

There were some places stagnating, and some reducing the monsters’ numbers at a favorable pace.

As I thought, this is where the gap in commander experience comes up.

(The one doing best is Clark-san’s station. Crossbows sure are powerful.)

Enjoying himself, the Third spoke.

『Up so high in the sky, it thinks it’s playing at being commander? Is it still young… I thought it would be a little more competent. How unfortunate.』

The Fourth spoke.

『It likely understands its disadvantage when we’re on a defensive front. I doubt it had much of a choice. Well, perhaps that Gryphon cares not how many of the small fries are killed off? Lyle, make sure you command in a way that makes you stand out.』

If it were clever, the beast should be looking down at me.

Getting a grasp of who it was giving commands…

When the runners returned, I heard out their reports.

To put it bluntly, it wasn’t necessary, but it was to show off who the commander was to the sky.

I was waiting for the Gryphon and Hippogryphs circling around the perimeter of the village to make a move.

… At the gate in the east, Miranda had nicely timed the opening of the gate to let in the attacking orcs.

Soaked in water and mud, the gate had a rope fastened to it, and it was always prepared to open and close.

Even when it was the bright and early morning, Miranda held a torch in good humor.

“As expected of Lyle. He knows who to use where.”

The inside of the gate was fenced in by stockades.

In order to prevent the advance of intruders, logs with sharpened ends had been impaled into the ground, and the gaps between them were just enough that goblins wouldn’t be able to make it past.

And in order to pierce their spears through those small openings, the soldiers were lying in wait.

When the gate opened, perhaps the enemy found it surprising as well, as they stared at Miranda with wide eyes.

Even with fencing in between them, the soldiers and knights faltered at their sight.

But the enemies that had attempted to ram the door open didn’t find a point to transfer their momentum, so they tried to brace their feet as they burst through the gate.

“How unfortunate.”

When Miranda smiled, the orcs continued sliding forward, pushed from behind, without an end, finding their place impaled on the spears.

Monsters came in one after another, but they were unable to deal with the spikes shooting through the gaps.

Miranda held up her torch, and a nearby soldier tossed a sack full of oil.

When the sack tore, Miranda chucked the flame.

“I’m sorry, we’re over capacity.”

She said that in a cute tone, as the burning monsters raised screams of agony.

For those among them that tried to use their comrades as footholds to escape to the other side of the stockades, the knights stuck their spears out to end them.

An ominous one-eyed bird tried coming down at Miranda from the sky, but she threw her knife, pierced its head, and it fell to the ground.

There were other, smaller, monsters left alive, but the men with their eyes clouded by the prospect of money surrounded them, and dealt the fatal blows.

“There really are too few. Come in three times that number next.”

While complaining on the scarcity of good monsters, Miranda walked over to a slightly-far soldier with a bell, and notified him of their success.

The bell of the prevalence of the traps.

Another ring was immediately returned from the center.

“Yes, close the gate. I’ll extinguish the fires, so step back.”

Nearby buckets of water were grabbed and poured over the stockades.

The burning carcasses covering the earth let off a putrid scent.

Miranda didn’t even grimace, as she calmly wrapped a cloth across her face.

Using the rope, the soldiers shut the door, and all the remaining monsters within it were promptly taken care of.

A nearby soldier called out to Miranda.

“It looks like it went well, Miranda-san!”

But all that came from her mouth was the single word, ‘yep.’

(And wait, this is more of an add on. The main battle looks like it’ll be around Aria again.)

Miranda worried for Aria on the north side, but she soon changed her thoughts.

(Now then, won’t a troublesome monster come my way?)

Seeing the rejoicing troops around her, Miranda ordered for them to return to their stations at once…

…On the north of the village, fire was being rained on the gate.

Goblins wearing robes held up staves as they made use of magic.


“Aim for the robed ones! The rest can wait!”

Clark issued out orders, as he shot down monsters with his crossbow.

Footing had been made on the inside wall, and he sniped them down from there.

Only the space in front of the gate had been left without a trench, so the monsters naturally gathered there.

“But the orcs are…!”

A crossbow wielding soldier cried out, but Clark handed his empty crossbow to his subordinate, and accepted another loaded one as he yelled in response.

He quickly stanced himself to aim to the outside of the wall.

“If it burns down, they’ll come in all at once! Take down the troublesome monsters first!”

The screaming soldier, of course, knew that the orcs would pay out a higher reward. For that sake, he had wanted to focus his aim on them.

Clark continued his attacks with the priority of taking down their magic users as the basis for his aim.

He was perhaps the only one who continued hitting on the mark, and a large majority of arrows found their places in the ground.

Maybe they were nervous, as the nearby monsters were raising up quite a cry.

The orcs continued bashing at the doors, and it seemed like they could burst through at any minute.

(Even if we do have the traps in place, they can’t help but be uneasy…)

His aimed bolt pierced a robed goblin, and it collapsed.

The number of enemies wasn’t going down as quickly as he had hoped.

(But having them flow through, and leaving it to that girl is a little…)

On the inside, was the form of Aria, waiting for the monsters to break through.

She had slain a Hippogryph on the second day, so no one raised a complaint.

There wasn’t a soul who thought she’d be done in by something on the level of an orc.

But there were no absolutes in the world.

Even a warrior who could take down orcs could lose their life if surrounded by measly goblins.

As one fought, there were ways of going about things to put them at an advantage or disadvantage.
Clark knew that.

“At the very least, I have to take down those… alright!”

His arrow found its mark again, and the final of the troublesome robed goblins fell. Hearing a scream from nearby, he saw a soldier had lost their footing.


Attacked by a black crow-like monster with a single eye, he continued falling, and collided, likely suffering a fracture or two.

Clark immediately stopped the other crossbowed soldiers who had turned to aim at it.

“Don’t shoot at it! You all just concentrate on the monsters outside!”

He was scared of them hitting an ally, but more than that, they already had their set roles.

The knights who came running struck at the monster with their spears. They saved the soldier, and carried him off as an injured.

The fall had caused the bowstring to snap, so one of their limited supply of crossbows had become unusable.

“Whoever was that man’s partner, go accompany him! Everyone else, keep aiming at the monsters below!”

There were still plenty of monsters beyond the gate.

If those numbers were to enter, even if they could be defeated, the number of patients would increase.

So Clark continued to fire his crossbow…

When I learned that Miranda-san’s side had gone through successfully, I sent out a runner.

“Send reinforcements from the east to the north. Ten soldiers!”


Seeing the messenger run off, I looked to the sky.

Not showing a notable movement, it didn’t even seem the numbers being shaved away even held any meaning to the Gryphon, as it continued sending its gaze over here.

The Second spoke.

『This is where it should come at you in one fell swoop! Attack from the sky or something already. There are plenty of ways!』

(Whose ally are you trying to be?)

The Third was…

『Lyle, make sure to follow through for Marcus and his group as well. They do seem to be quite irritated, so go give them a job or something.』

(And just what is it they’re irritated about? They do have a prim and proper job to do!)

The Fourth…

『Don’t just concentrate on one spot. Look over the entire field. Before the Gryphon comes, make preparations to send Marcus and the others as reinforcements to the north.』

(And I have to concentrate to get the right timing for that…)

The Fifth…

『Yeah, they really will be in the way.』

(I can’t argue with that logic, but it’s a request… why are my comrades the larger pain here?)

The Gryphon’s party looking down on us from up high didn’t display signs of action.

The Second spoke.

『… It’s kinda like that. Perhaps the higherup wants you guys to exhaust your power dealing with the small ones before it comes in for the kill.』

The Seventh.

『Well from what I see, it is quite young. If it grew up just a little bit more, it may develop some wisdom in a good direction, but…』

For some reason, the Sixth was quite buoyant.

『Lyle, do you have your rope and cloth? Also, make sure you take the Gryphon in a single strike. It’ll sell for quite a bit.』

The Fifth.

『If you get too much blood on it, you’ll slip off. When you’re riding its back, make sure you…』

(I ain’t riding nothing!)

Atop the horse, I took a deep breath, and looked around.

The ones looking at me with clear displeasure were the ones stationed by my side. Marcus, and friends. They were irritatedly waiting for their part to come.

In contrast, Norma-san seemed quite calm sitting in her chair.

(… I wonder what it is. I did definitely receive the commanding authority, but for some reason, I want her to look a little more annoyed.)

I ignored the noisy ancestors in the Jewel, and spoke to Marcus-san.

“… After a while, I’ll be having you go to the north as reinforcements. Please prepare yourself to move out at a moment’s notice.”

Marcus-san grew brighter, and more motivated, but it looked like Breid-san was reaching his limit.

“And when will that be! At this rate, the battle will draw to an end, will it not!?”

Marcus-san attempted to soothe him.


“And won’t you pipe down!? The rest of my life is on the line in this battle!”

His life is on the line.

Hearing those words, I couldn’t help but think.

… On something of this level…?

And I heard a shrill cry from high above. On that voice louder than a Hippogryph’s, I looked up, and immediately gave orders to nearby runners.

“Tell the north gate to continue concentrating on defense! And the east gate that a Hippogryph is headed their way!”

The two messengers ran off.

And to Marcus-san and the others, looking at the sky in a similar fashion, I spoke.

“Wait on standby here! They’ll come aiming at me.”

Breid-san burst out.

“Why is that! Even I can make myself useful!”

Based on the map birthed by my Skills, one Hippogryph had headed off towards the east gate.

The Fourth spoke.

『Yes, perhaps it’s because the numbers have dwindled there. They should have just come at Lyle, the three of them together. Or maybe gather in one place.』

The Second…

『But at that point, it’d just be reinforcements, and the end. And wait, the Fifth and Sixth’s Skills sure are convenient. I’d have given an arm and a leg for them in my time.』

I abandoned Breid-san, and galloped off on the horse.

Having separated from Porter, I observed them again, to find the remaining Hippogryph and Gryphon were following me.

As I thought, they’ve come to crush the leader.

The Third spoke.

『Lyle, how about you exterminate the troublesome Hippogryph first? That one’s just a small one borrowing the face of a big-shot. If it were human, it’d be a useless one.』

I wondered whether monsters really had that sort of typing, but the one who attacked me from my horse first was indeed the Hippogryph.

I used some Skills.

To output abilities beyond one’s limit, 【Limit Burst】.

The Second’s Skill that covered a wider range than All, 【Field】.

I leapt off the horse, and hit it with my right arm to signal it to run and take refuge.


An electric charge emerged, and came down at the two beasts.

The Hippogryph was hit without the chance to dodge, but the Gryphon showed off its leisure as it easily avoided.

Electrocuted, the Hippogryph fell to the ground.

But it was still alive.

Even when I ordered them to standby, Marcus-san and co. ran up.


“Please flee!”

“As if we could do that! Even we’re…!”

The Second spoke.

『Yeah, I’m getting a bad feeling about this one.』

The Seventh spoke.

『Lyle, leave the killing of the Hippogryph to these guys. You just take on the Gryphon.』

I immediately gave out orders.

“Then please take care of that Hippogryph. It’s still alive and kicking, exercise the utmost caution!”

Saying that, I looked to the sky.

Peering in our direction as it drew a circle in the air, it seems the Gryphon still had me set as its target. The sharp glint in its eyes met with my own.

The Sixth spoke.

『Hahaha, it’s staring at you, Lyle! Nice. That’s a sign you’ve been recognized as one of the strong!』

That didn’t make me happy at all, but I rushed forth, drawing my sabre in my right hand, and concentrating magic on my left.

I let out electricity a couple more times, but the Gryphon dodged my attacks.

(He’s a troublesome one!)

While thinking myself shameful for never imagining a flying enemy to present this much trouble, I saw the Gryphon taking a nose-dive at me.

… On Lyle’s words, Breid and the rest had surrounded the Hippogryph.

“Hey, isn’t it fine if we just pierce it with a spear?”

“Nah, it’s safest to drop its head.”

The leader-ish man saw that the two alongside him were nervous, so he had presented out his spear first.

There, Breid stopped him.

“What do you think you’re doing!? These sorts of monsters sell for much more with fewer external wounds. Also, there are plenty of nobles who enjoy to stuff them. We have to go for its heart.”

The leader-ish man looked at the Hippogryph.

“Heart? No, how am I supposed to know where that is? Before it starts moving again, let’s just…”

Perhaps Marcus was of the same opinion, as he was holding up his spear.

“Finish this already, and move on to the next. If we stay here any longer, it’s not like we’ll be earning more.”

Breid took his own spear, aimed it, and stabbed in.

“… How loathful for our opinions to align, but truly, standing here makes nothing. Let’s head out already. Also, please remember I’m the one who killed it while preserving the body. ”

Marcus looked at Breid, and clicked his tongue.

“It’s already burnt the hell up, though.”

Breid looked at the Hippogryph Lyle had burnt up with his magic with annoyed eyes.

Even the things that he usually wouldn’t pay much mind to became unnecessarily detestable when Lyle was involved.

He drew out his spear, and wiped off the blood before running off.

“Oy, wait up! I’m the damn leader here!”

So as not to lose, Marcus ran towards the north side, and the party of three followed behind.

… The fact that the Hippogryph’s front leg had twitched, was a fact missed by all five…

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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87 Responses to Sevens: The Young Commanders

  1. GM_Rusaku says:

      ∧ ∧
     (๑•̀ᴗ- )✩
    ┃Thanks! Nepu!!┃
     ┗┛   ┗┛


  2. popeye says:

    these idiots are gonna die. And i’m happy.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. SinBlahBlah says:

    Of course they wouldn’t finish their job…What is up with these incompetent people. Do your job people!!!
    Thanks for the chapter!


    • diegodeveze says:

      Doule tap should be a thing in any and all universes, for real. At least stick the spear up it’s ass or mouth if you don’t want to damage the outside. Fucking imbeciles wasted Lyle’s kill that was literally gifted to them.


  4. ihatecomingupwithusernames says:

    Thanks for translating. Couple small things below.

    war cries of the soldiers, knights and fief.
    Do you mean serfs?

    I used some Skilsl.


    • lunesave says:

      Fixed the spelling mistake. Problems that may lay with translations are out of my league.


    • Genisyn says:

      I agree, it would relate to the serfs instead. Fief is ‘authority’ of a lord, which mostly relates to property rights basically gained power via his a landlord(where the concept comes from even for your apartments haha). A fiefdom is a lord’s domain, just like a King’s domain is a Kingdom. It’s referencing personnel though, which would be the members in the fief, which would be serfs instead. but, last chapter they didn’t use that term instead using villagers, but they’d be the same thing… sort of. But since there is no local lord, they wouldn’t be a fief/fiefdom either.. since they’re a middle of nowhere non-entity getting land rights directly from the empire…
      So.. Realistically, it’s probably an original mistake by the author, and not a TL mistake. They probably meant serfs, but they are just villagers in his story and political climate… But they could still be considered serfs, because they are the Emperor’s serfs/citizens. Even though it’s much more distantly related.
      Though the villaged does have a “Chief”, which can be potentially (in an actual feudal situation) be given/granted rights to manage the area. So… the authority of “lord” is passed via the Tenant-in-Chief (manager basically).. the Chief in this situation didn’t really give off that sort of vibe though.. I think that still relates back to the author rather than the terms themselves…
      I still agree that it meant serfs(regarding the villagers in the battle).


  5. lykaon868 says:

    Idiots, the lot of them. They’re either gonna die or almost die. The flag has been in place for quite a few chapters now.

    Thanks for the chapter!


  6. Starltyz says:

    Oh you used odds and ends, quite rare if I may say.
    If I remember right. You need around 3 hours for translating each chapter and as we all know it’s holiday season, go outside boss, you’re pilling dust and growing moss on your body. (this is what my parents used to say to me to go out)


  7. Agni says:

    Cliff-san strike agaaaaaiiin!! And no release tomorrow…

    Thanks for your time and effort yorai-san :)


  8. kirindas says:

    And there’s the screw up. Freaking idiots. Hopefully, Breid is the one to suffer for it and not anyone in Lyle’s group.


  9. Worshiper of the Supreme Translator says:

    Well, I guess we know who’s going to be coming back for a little more fun later at Lyle’s expense…


  10. lenyekpenyek says:

    Oh man, so no more chapters until few days later? right at the climax of the arc.

    oh well, thanks yoraikun. Will be waiting patiently for the next one.


  11. necrosis says:

    I wonder if it will attack Marcus, Breid, or Lyle first one way or another it will ruin someone’s day and I really hope of the two Breid dies but Marcus is more likely to die


  12. Chronos5884 says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  13. ZaX says:

    They messed up. Wonder how that’s gonna bite back at them. Thanks for the chapter


  14. doom_chicken says:

    The greed is real. Wonder who pays for the screw-up this time.


    “As the Fifth said that, my Skills confirmed a few orcs had purposely been let passed, and cornered.”
    Think it should be “let through”, but idk if “let passed” works. If it does then nvm.

    “The traps were quite simple one.”
    “one” -> “ones”

    “The one doing best is Clark-san’s station”
    “doing the best”

    “I doubt it had much other a choice.”
    “other” -> “of”

    “Even when it was the bright and early morning, Miranda held a torch as in good humor”
    Need to remove the “as”, maybe?

    “and the gaps between them were just enough that goblins wouldn’t be able to make it passed”
    “passed” -> “past”

    “Even with a fencing in between them, the soldiers and knights faltered at their sight.”
    “fencing” -> “fence” or remove the “a” I think.

    “His arrow found its mark again, and the final of the troublesome robed goblins fell. ”
    “final” -> “last”

    “If it were human, it’s be a useless one.”
    “it’s” -> “it’d”

    “An electric charge Emerged, and came down at the two beasts.”
    “Emerged” is capitalized.


  15. wizard172 says:

    thx yoraikun and enjoy a happy new year.
    i will drink a glass of whiskey (buchanans 18) in your honor on new year eve


  16. Owl says:

    Be fair, going for the heart is a good plan. If someone knew where the heart really was. So “good plan, bad execution”. Hell, even if you hacked it a few hundred times with a sword, it still might not die if you were unlucky enough not to hit anything critical. Humans have survived dozens of stab wounds before by sheer luck of not hitting anything immediately important. In hindsight, Lyle should have gotten the more experienced people to teach the critical points to attack.

    Or use the old standby and just slit the throat. That’s usually fatal, though I do know of cases where people actually survived getting their throat cut, again by sheer luck.


    • Jdog says:

      It was actually a bad plan and bad execution because they already realized that none of them knew where the heart was. That meant that plan was a dead end and they still wanted to go through with it. A good plan but a bad execution would have been if they knew where the heart was and tried to stab it, but failed to put enough force.


      • Owl says:

        How much was it really a “bad plan” and how much is the mass dislike due to the fact that the characters are put in a bad light by the author? Office politics? It’s a bit sad to see people can be so easily manipulated. If it was Lyle that tried for the heart and missed, we would have just gone “Oh bother, try again.”, which shows that we are already being led to detest and despise some people to the point of badmouthing them.


        • Manthin says:

          To be fair Breid DOES act like an asshole, so as far as the story is concerned it is fine to hate him (would be weird not to dislike him), I mean you don’t blame the George R.R. Marin for Joffrey being “put in a bad light”. You can’t write a good story with the entire cast being “good guys”.


        • SinBlahBlah says:

          Well Breid’s thought process is that he hates nobles, therefore hates Lyle even when Lyle does something smart. Lyle would double and triple check to make sure the hippogryph was dead before moving on, or just slice the whole head off, and make sure the hippogryph was dead instead of dealing light blows.


        • Alort says:

          Ahm…no, SinBlahBlah, Breid does not “hate nobles”, it’s just that he thinks that people like Lyle and Marcus are not fit to be nobles cause they didn’t have to face any kind of hardship, while he, who is devoting himself to earn enough credits to make it to knighthood, is being lead by those who doesn’t deserve their titles. To be fair, all he sees is his own efforts, he doesn’t think about anyone else other than him as better than him, it’s as if he is the last strawberry in this cake called world. That’s his line of thinking “I am better than everyone else so I deserve more than anyone else cause their efforts can’t be compared to mine”.


        • Yoraikun says:

          But what’s really stressed in this volume is of how Lyle can’t understand the masses. Breid probably is right, that he’ll never chance upon an opportunity such as this battle again, but Lyle can’t think of the fight as anything but a minor skirmish in his life.


        • Jdog says:

          The premise was good, stabbing the heart seemed sensible enough, But by virtue of them not knowing where it is, which means they don’t have a way to execute the final phase of that plan. Which means that plan is a No-Go. I’m not saying stabbing the heart is a bad idea, I’m saying that it was not a feasible plan by virtue of not knowing where it is.


        • Jdog says:

          well reading it again, Owl I suppose it wasn’t neccesarily a bad plan, But it was somewhat half-baked so it wasn’t a good plan. It was an alright plan, thought out but not in detail.


  17. Volksgeist says:

    Who counts whose score? Can’t they just lie about their kills?
    I hope the hippogryph recognizes Lyle and becomes an ally. It’s always a Gryphon as a flying mount in stories. I’d call him Crispy.


  18. mr pie says:

    what happened to the captain, did she stand by ? I know it said the 5 and all, but. . .


  19. machinaforce says:

    So everybody have a good Christmas? (Or whatever holiday you peeps celebrate)


  20. Vemmy says:

    I feel like if they’re gonna be useless, they should at least do it properly, like Marcus. Breid is kinda half-assed, isn’t he? He can’t be useful or useless, he’s just someone whose existence (in this story) is a hindrance :/ Thanks for the chapter Yoraikun-sama


    • Manthin says:

      To be fair Breid’s character is more realistic that way, just remember how many toxic people you see who are half-assed because of their personality, but not useless enough to justify cutting them out of your life or not being able to thanks to bad circumstances (like in Lyle’s case, I mean we know that if he could he would have kicked them out a LONG time ago)


  21. Kudan says:

    its the holidays man, take your time, have a break, eat some kitkat… or snickers… or ham… or a fruitcake…
    thanks for the chapter :D


  22. rourou says:

    Breid annoys me…. hope he gets wounded fatally <_<…. but yup I also think Luka's going to get involved one way or another


  23. Death flag on Breid…


  24. Jdog says:

    These guys had one job and one job only. The dam thing is half-dead, seriously these guys are asking for death.


  25. They’re in trouble now




  26. Seinvolf says:

    Thank u always for ur great work…


  27. fajarsatriow says:

    seems like poyopoyo will have to move out


  28. Narf says:

    Too dumb to even killsteal properly… hope all three of them suffer the consequences of their incompetence instead of innocent bystanders. But how it looks Lyle will have to sacrifice The Second by learning his last skill and save the day.


  29. Reaper Phoenix says:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Impatience birth misfortune. That hippogryph is going to attack them from behind.


  30. DrnD'Aanerr says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  31. GonZ555 says:

    Wait! that hippochicken is still alive!! Call McD and have them deep fry it please~
    Meatbun wants some chicken meat~


  32. k says:

    thank for the update.

    Red flag rising up!


  33. goblinrou says:

    Dat Hyppogryph is gonna do Gypceros fake-out attack!

    Cart wipe inc.


  34. KozuKy says:

    If Lyre can’t let Breid die,at least let him lose a body part. small fry should stay away.


  35. killerwakka says:

    you guys hade one fucking job


  36. diablo says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  37. zepplinedes says:

    Thanks for the chapter!

    and have a happy new year!


  38. Darkanlan says:

    As always, idiots craving glory don’t even know to make sure something is dead before running off.


  39. Doctor Prinny says:

    Thanks for the chapter, ssu~


  40. Nordisk says:

    Hey Yorai,

    Just want to say Happy New Year to you, your family and all the readers of your translations :).

    2015 was a great ride especially with TnY. Thank you very much for all your “procrastinations” hehe.

    May all of us be blessed this 2016!

    Have fun guys!
    From the Philippines


  41. gloom says:

    adding comments to change the 69 number :p


  42. Tolack says:

    “Fools! Can’t even kill a disabled monster without proper orders! I should have you all executed under martial law! MARTIAL LAW! Incompetents deserve death! How dare you come under my command!”

    Is all I think when they fail to kill a disabled bloody hippogryph. Thanks for the chapter.


  43. Ishaan Puri says:

    I, seriously fucking want MC not kill the Gryphon. Just use your heart or whatever skill to control it. It would look so badass riding a Gryphon, but MC is like “no, I am not doing it”.

    -He seriously needs to man the fuck up and shut the hell out of these annoying side characters.


  44. lightdx says:

    Thanks for the chapter. ^^
    Between Marcus and Breid, Marcus is better to me, at least he is at the level of Aria before the training while Breid is a suicide in making.


  45. DarkoNeko says:

    And this is how greed kills people.


  46. AllTheThings says:

    If no one is going to metion it, I will.
    In the begining of the chapter they used water to put out an oil fire… HA

    Water on an OIL fire just makes it burn HOTTER. derp! Oh well. Guess the author forgot (the oil is what is combusting not only the oxygen in the air like a normal fire).

    anywho.. on to the story.. I’ll just pretend they put dirt on it or something


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