Sevens: Stray High Minister

Stray High Minister

… In Rusworth’s castle, starting with Elza, the important members had been called for a meeting.

That being the case, Elza was a decoration. Her authority in the conference was akin to nothing.

The agenda this time pertained to the biological brother of Galleria’s Grand Duke Proxy Gracia, and countermeasures in regards to the movements of other neighboring lands.

Rusworth’s high minister 【Redl Haldoir】’s side-rolled hair was in a bit of a mess. All of those he had gathered belonged to his faction.

He thought of Elza as nothing but a decoration, but even so, she was the strongest magician in the country, and those who pledged loyalty to her as the strongest warrior didn’t exist in small numbers. She had tremendous popularity among the lower and middle class government officials.

It was but a slight amount, however, some high officials heeded her words as well. But Redl heeded them not. The reason being, Elza was the royal blood he’d brought out, and an extra ornament to the throne. And on the battlefield, she was the greatest trumpcard. But that’s all she was.

As he brought Elza, who had been living a poor lifestyle to the royal palace, he seriously believed she thought him her savior.

And using the girl’s military might as the backdrop, he was able to enlarge his faction this far. The only one to ever do what they liked to Rusworth to such an extent in a single generation was Redl.

His policies were drastically focused on the center, and in Rusworth’s capital, his popularity was high. As the Queen’s loyal retainer, he received tremendous support from the people.

But even Redl had his worries.

“Galleria’s witch… the problem isn’t that her brother succeeded in cultivation. A drop of proficiency won’t affect the present situation. But the fact an adventurer with ties to Zayin and Lorphys assisted it is a terrible predicament!”

Reading the report, it listed Galleria’s affairs in detail.

One of the members gathered held no sense of crisis as he opened his mouth.

“Getting so high and mighty after defeating something of Selva’s level, there’s nothing good to find in a second-rate country like Lorphys. They’re no enemy of us. The fact Galleria is relying on both countries just goes to prove how cornered it is.”

Redl glared at the man, and had him shut his mouth.

(To enlarge the faction, I even took in incompetents, but for them to drag my feet… just sit there with your mouth shut.)

Elsa sat in the chair, and listened to the talks, but she didn’t speak out. She spoke to open, and again at the close.

Other than that, she could open her mouth solely when Redl sought her words.

Redle continued reading down the report.

“… There’s also of how Beim is backing them. The possibility that Zayin, Lorphys and Beim may become our enemy is high. From what I heard, the one who achieved victory over the legions of monsters from the Labyrinth rampage, the Holy Knight of Zayin has taken up service in their government, has he not.”

On his statement, one of the vassals looking through the reports spoke up.

“No, it seems the Holy Knnight’s comrades took up service, and the individual himself has taken up a stay in a Lorphan village near the border. And there hasn’t been a word of him making a clear alliance with Galleria. Could there be something going on behind is all?”

A vein popped up on Redl’s forehead.

(Of fricking course there is! There’s no way a detestable adventurer would side with Galleria if there wasn’t any profit in it. What’s his goal? Is it because we refused that four-country union proposal? Bring Galleria in, he plans to take Rusworth down?)

Lost in thought, Redl knew he needed more information. He decided to order the lords of Galleria he had connections to to collect more information.

“Dammit, you’ve sure gone and done an unnecessary thing, adventurer!”

He began moving towards countermeasures for Lyle…


Having dropped by the Trēs House’s mansion, I heard from Fidel-san that Vera was out at sea on a job.

In regards to me, he spoke with a truly delighted expression.

“How unfortunate, whelp. Vera’s seas away. So there’s no one here to answer a beggar’s pleas for money.”

He said. He seemed considerably irritated, but as I had done enough to deserve it, it didn’t really irritate me.

I also smiled.

“How unfortunate. And here I had come to borrow money again.”

“When you’ve no intentions of returning it, you can’t call it borrowing. If you weren’t such a famed adventurer, I wouldn’t even have to deal with you. Look, I’m quite busy, so could you go back soon?”

We smiled at one another as we brought up some horrid subjects, but even if Vera wasn’t there, I had to state my business.

For today, I had come to negotiate with Fidel-san.

I took a sip of tea.

“… I did a bit of work in Galleria. Got a little close to the Grand Duke Proxy’s little brother.”

Fidel-san’s face turned serious.

“I’ve heard. Scheming something again? It seems you lack awareness of how much misfortune you bring to your surroundings.”

It was painful how I had nothing to refute that one. But this time’s talk was a profitable one for the Trēs House. It’s not like we’d just be extorting from them forever… or so I’d like to believe.

“Well, right now, I’m working with Leold Galleria… said Grand Duke Proxy’s brother. In domestic affairs. It’s all because of the Trēs House’s aid.”

Fidel-san looked annoyed. It seems he couldn’t forgive how I got Vera to offer funding.

“Don’t be so angry. It’s not like I’m assisting Galleria for my sake alone. The truth is, within Galleria, Leold-sama’s evaluation is rising, you see. I can’t call it perfect, but we cultivated a land previously called impossible. It’s a land that can be sufficiently taxed in two to three years’ time.”

Fidel-san scoffed.

“Getting back what you put into that investment will take several years, no… some decades, perhaps? It’s not something you wouldn’t be able to calculate, I’m sure.”

I nodded.

On top of that, I sought more support.

“Well, it’s true that all we did is cultivate a portion of the Grand Duke’s territory. You can’t call it a large result by any means. So I’d like to ask for additional backing.”

“Go home!”

He told me to leave with quite a look on his face, but if I was in his place, I’d want to kick myself out as well. I sat on the sofa with a smile.

“… There’s a good plot of land in Galleria. The best possible location if they wanted to build a port. Large-scale ships could easily pass through.”

Fidel’s eyebrows twitched. Taking a sip of tea, he said, ‘go on’, and permitted negotiations to go on.

“Once a port is completed, naturally enough, a tax will be necessary to use it. But what if you were of the merchant house that supported the Grand Duke from the start While zero won’t pass, don’t you think you’d be able to use it cheaply?”

His expression didn’t change.

“How much do you think it costs to build a port? What’s more, it’s a place where the area’s feudal lords personally commit piracy. Do you think I’m unaware of the points suited for a port? And it’s a country that goes to war with Rusworth several times each year. Even use of the port free of charge, and a monopolization contract wouldn’t be enough.”

Up to now, they had been using land routes, and the cargo they could transport was limited.

What’s more, the toll to pass through Galleria was way too high.

If they had a port, those such expenses wouldn’t be taken. And a larger load of products could be sold.

From the envelope I had on me, I took out some papers, and showed them to Fidel-san.

“The truth is, my comrades have taken up government service in Galleria. I had them look into this and that. It does seem there are plenty of their feudal lords on good terms with Rusworth.”

Written were the names Miranda and Monica had looked into, the feudal lords who likely had connections with Rusworth.

Most of them were distanced from the border, and the names of lords with points suited to ports were also listed. Plundering in war, many of them were in regions where their own lands wouldn’t meet any damages.

Looking at the papers, Fidel stroked his orderly moustache with a finger.

“… If twenty to thirty percent are in cohorts with the enemy, then Galleria must be frailer that I’ve heard. On the contrary, this lessens my incentive to back them. Do you plan to work up a civil war in Galleria this time?”

I shook my head to the side.

“I wouldn’t think it. I’ve no intent of taking on all of it. But I’ll have a portion disappear. Don’t you think a port would be best under Grand Duke management? And if we can form a sea route, then we wouldn’t mind if it be monopolized by the Trēs House.”

If a port was completed, to the merchants, it meant their trading partners would increase. Their customer base would grow. It was a large profit.

“And that isn’t enough. You should properly listen to what people have to say.”

I laughed, while feeling worn out in my heart.

“Then listen to my story too. It’s not like it’s only Galleria. Wouldn’t you want a port in Rusworth as well?”

Fidel-san made a serious expression, and stayed quiet. That likely meant for me to keep talking.

“Rusworth’s policy focuses on the center of its lands. Without laying a hand on its coast. Well, I’m sure they’d be too insecure if power went to the border. Both Galleria and Rusworth are countries of considerable scale. Even without feuding with local merchants, I do think you’ll make more than enough.”

It seems Fidel-san was getting on board. He smiled, and gave his demands.

“You’re serious about monopolization of the port, right? It won’t work out if the tariff is too high either. If the conditions are favorable enough, I won’t mind considering it.”

I nodded with a smile. Cheers were raised from the Jewel as well.

“Local fishermen, and non-mercantile use will have to be permitted, though. The Grand Duke House will have to take care of pirate extermination and all. Ah, merchants recognized by your House will also be able to use it.”

Meaning as merchants, the Trēs House had the monopoly, but its use by other merchants could be permitted if the Trēs House gave permission.

Fidel-san’s expression turned to an inexplicably nice smile.

“Could you get permission from Galleria and Rusworth’s representatives? Deliver a document we’ll prepare on our side, and if you can get them to sign it, I’ll sponsor you. If it’s Galleria alone, I’ll support it as well.”

In the Jewel, the Third jumped for joy.

『It’s quite a delectable offer for Fidel-kun! Exclusive rights to a port, and he can manage permissions for its use on his own, after all! With that, he can sell the rights to other merchants of Beim, and it puts him on a superior standing. I was sure he’d bite on!』

And I was sure the Third was laughing with a dark expression. As the Third had his fun, I felt some pity for Fidel-san.

The Fourth also rejoiced.

『We at least have to give him the monopolization of the port. Rather, if we don’t do it, my heart is going to hurt. There’s what’s to come, after all.』

The Fifth, quietly.

『Rejoice for now. Right, just for now.』

The Seventh was enjoying himself.

『It’s certainly a large profit. Monopoly… a nice ring to it. But what will the other think of that? I’m sure you think you’ll be able to do something about it. And up to now, it’s true that you could. But this time is different, Fidel-kun!』

Milleia-san gave a, ‘my oy my, there’s no helping it,’ sort of feel as she spoke.

『Fidel-kun, even if you hate it, from the eyes of those around you, you’re already a splendid member of the support Lyle faction. He’s being a little naïve on how other merchants will think of it. Really… it’s too late for him.』

Eva spread money among her brethren elves, and the trap was already laid. It was a small, and valueless rumor, but it was certain to spread to lands beyond Beim.

Behind Fidel-san’s smile, he was surely thinking, ‘I’ll wring Galleria and Rusworth dry,’ or something along those lines.

So I felt quite apologetic for him.

(I’m sorry. I’m really sorry.)

Fidel-san made a smile in regards to me.

“I hate ‘you’, but I trust you as a business partner. So wield about that ability of yours to your heart’s content in foreign lands. I promise as much support as possible.”

He had dropped the rude tone.

Watching his joy, I returned a smile. But inside, I was brimming with apologetic sentiment.

… Galleria’s Grand Duke House’s mansion.

In it, Gracia beckoned her brother Leold to her office.

At present, it was the sister and brother alone, and having read Leold’s report, Gracia was in good spirits.

Not with her usual militaristic air, she was a kind sister for her cute brother.

“That’s amazing, isn’t it Leold? Defending against monsters and succeeding to develop that land! Your sister was really, really worried, you know.”

To his sister Gracia, Leold-kun gave a dubious smile.

“No, Lyle-dono followed through quite a bit. And with the monsters, those around me secured my safety throughout. With the cultivation, we only got to seventy percent of our objective, and…”

Upon realizing that rather than the cultivation’s success, he was being evaluated for protecting his cultivating comrades from monsters, Leold’s smile turned bitter.

Gracia-san noticed his sentiment.

“It’s true it didn’t go as far as planned. But those around have praised you for finding success in such a difficult region. It’s a fact that your evaluation around has begun to change. So stick out your chest some more.”

When his large-breasted sister hit her right hand against her chest, they swayed in a manner quite evident, even from over her clothes.

Wondering if they had grown even larger while he was away, he began to feel pitiful for not being able to make her wear anything more feminine.

“I’m sorry, Gracia. I had always spoken as if I knew everything, but I’ve gotten to understand a little why no one around would recognize me. While being saved by Lyle-dono all the way through, I could only accomplish seventy percent of a goal… it’s nothing but shameful.”

Gracia placed a hand on his shoulder.

“It’s splendid if you could do that much on the first attempt. And those around were sure you would fail. Seventy percent complete isn’t a problem. Give it two years, and we’ll be able to take a tax on that land. And because of the support from Beim, there was barely any influence on the finances of the Grand Duke house. If you keep going like this, the day you receive the title of Grand Duke may not be so far off.”

Seeing his sister’s joy, Leold, once more, smiled bitterly.

『In this world, there’s nothing scarier than the word free.』

Riding on quilin-form May’s back, we raced across Rusworth’s sky under the moonlight.

From the Jewel, I could hear the Third’s profound-sounding words, but now was the time for some important work.

What we aimed for was Rusworth’s royal castle, and my baggage contained a letter from Gracia-san.

Its contents were of Rusworth’s supposed invasion of Galleria in a month’s time… mainly reconfirming the terms of the rule book sent before.

“What’s this, all of a sudden?”

May knew of how I conversed with the ancestors in the Jewel, so even if I whispered to myself, she didn’t mind it.

Because of that, I could talk with them like this. The Third spoke a little happily.

『No, I suddenly felt the urge to say it. Thinking of how Galleria’s Grand Duke Proxy-chan sees us… that word just came up.』

The aloof Third Generation Head was the greatest schemer of the ancestors. He led the Walt House through its Baronet period, and scale-wise, he only ever ruled a territory several times smaller than the others. But having led a land that could neither be called too big or too small, he had a viewpoint different from the other feudal lords.

The Third, in regards to me.

『Now then, next is Rusworth’s maiden of war… or was it witch here? You’ll be approaching Elza-chan, but make sure not to get killed, okay?』

“… I know that. Please don’t scare me too much. For argument’s sake, I’ve confirmed the signal from that adventurer and Gracia-san.”

When I said that, the Fourth laughed.

“What is it?”

『Oh, I was just thinking of how reliable you’ve grown from the start is all. Back then, you were so terrible, than even acting normally makes it feel like you’ve grown.』

He called me terrible, but thinking of how I was when I met the ancestors, perhaps it couldn’t be helped. Back then, no matter what I did, I was unreliable.

But the Fourth sounded a little disappointed.

『Well, I wanted to see you show spirit strong enough to woo Elza-chan of Rusworth, though. And wait, in Galleria as well, it wasn’t Gracia-chan, but Leold-kun who you got close to. How about we be more assertive here?』

I wanted him to cut me some slack. If possible, I wanted to get on comrade standings, and keep romance out of it.

The reason being, even now, the female camp was too large.

“It’s not like I really have to seduce them…”

There, the Fourth, somewhat excited.

『Naïve! You’re naïve, Lyle! After coming so far, you have to go for a complete set! There seem to be quite a few countries with female leaders around here, so if you want to think of what’s to come after the war, a situation where you’ve wooed them all is truly favorable!』

“You, didn’t you just have a single wife yourself!?”

『No, it’s not like she wouldn’t permit mistresses, but age-wise, it was already getting rough. Also, while my wife was best in the world, it’s not like I’m going to push my ideal onto everyone else. See, it’s case by case.』

At the start, he had said something about being devoted to Novem, but now, he kept trying to expand the harem.

Fourth… could it be he’s actually just enjoying all of this?

“At the start, you denied the thought of a harem, didn’t you?”

『You’ve got me there. But if you’re going to be emperor, wouldn’t it be better the more wives you have? Even more so if they’re women who’ve shared pains and pleasures with you! … Well, as long as you can make everyone happy, isn’t it fine? You’re the type that gets lonely quite easily, after all.』

He said something I couldn’t let slip by, but when I tried to refute, May opened her mouth.

“Hey, we’ve just about reached the castle.”

Resolving to have a talk with the Fourth on a later date, for now I thought to safely deliver the letter.

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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66 Responses to Sevens: Stray High Minister

  1. BadJoke says:

    yay first 😄
    thanks for the chap


  2. Chronos5884 says:

    Thanks for the chapter!

    Ahaha, things will get interesting.


  3. Kags says:

    Thanks :D


  4. Koffee says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  5. If you’re still human with this release rate: Please don’t die Yoraikun.


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  7. All those people who built armies, trained and plundered in order to strengthen then. If only they knew that all you need in order to build an empire is make an harem.

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  8. Yuzuru says:

    when you just got home from night shift and about to sleep, but suddenly, an update

    What is rest? MR.YORAI, please define rest


  9. Alort says:

    Man, releasing faster than I can kill a deviljho, now that’s amazing.

    Not the speed, mind u, but being able to kill a deviljho :D


  10. goblinrou says:

    Fidel-kun, i pity you. You activated Lyle’s ancestors trap card!


  11. Imperial Aura says:

    Thakns for the chapter, Yorai-sama.

    Hehehehehe, I felt pity for Fidel-san (lol). How pitiful. (lol)


  12. Hakurei06 says:

    “… who’ve shared pains and pleasures with you!”

    Reminds me of a song released somewhat recently… ♫「共に分け合っていこう」♫


    • Hakurei06 says:

      Was trying for a link with alternate text in a tool tip box and the same link for an embedded video… Oh well. Don’t post this explanatory comment if you can help it :p


  13. Yuzuru says:

    ah, its Elza-chan’s turn, can’t wait

    time to sleep
    P.S. rip Fidel


    • solarhive says:

      Am I really alone in hoping Fidel screws Lyle over in some clever way? By now I read the novel on inertia – I kept up this long, might as well finish it. The ancestor babysitting, the harem and the plot-based intelligence of the MC (smart if the plot requires it, dumb as a rock if an ancestor needs some spotlight) are big turn-offs for me.


      • DiegoDeveze says:

        That’s not how intelligence works, mate. Lyle is smart. Maybe too smart for his age. He’s a genius who can obtain and polish skills (normal skills, not the ”gift from the goddess” kind) much faster than others, after all. But he’s a 6 year old genius with 1 year of experience. Let that sink in.

        He was practically born when LYLE was sealed, and the only thing he had was some of his knowledge plus the one he attained by reading books in isolation, as well as his muscle memory, kinda. He was so useless at the start that he didn’t know how to check in on an inn and had to have Novem wash his hair for him. THAT useless. Now, Lyle is intelligent and learns things fast, but that’s the thing, he LEARNS fast. At the moment, he doesn’t have enough life experience to be able to make the synapses and connections we usually make to apply knowledge of one field to another.

        Granted, that IS a bit of a stretch, but you’re trying to apply normal logic to a kid who’s literally a second personality with 6 years of existence, 5 of which were pretty much meaningless because they were spent in isolation/degradation of his integrity; who had pretty much EVERYTHING stolen from him by his own sister, including his EXP, mana and the fucking love of his parents and everyone around him (plus the sealed memories); was humiliated and almost killed by his absolute monster of a sister and only then was he allowed to start growing and experiencing things.

        Of course he’s going to fuck up. He’s had his hand held by the ancestors through a lot of things. That doesn’t mean he’s not learning, mind you. He’s the kind that if you guide his hand, he’ll remember it and do it by himself the next time. Nevertheless, he has been and is being guided a lot, but that doesn’t mean he’s ”dumbing” down. He’s literally completely inexperienced with pioneering and building infrastructure for villages. He’s going on a limb here and he was admitted to have lost sight of what he should do, thus why he asked for the ancestors’ advice.

        He’s still learning even now, believe it or not. Being able to win wars (only 2, so far) and perform well as an adventurer/labyrinth subjugator doesn’t correlate with domestic affairs. He just doesn’t have the skills for it yet, so you shouldn’t have been such a hardass on him, even from a narrative standpoint, because he’s not performing badly as a character.


        • Seanna2k says:

          Uh, it’s not that uncommon. I thought up a way to design a light based light sabre after watching Star Wars when I was 6. I also started programming at age 6. I bet there are quite a number of other people like me who are all rounders. We probably just have different fortes. As for Lyle, as I’ve said before, from my personal first hand life experience, all these tasks each require a completely different skillset. I should know since I’ve done all kinds of tasks. Clerical, manual, engineering, programming, law, slogan design, logo design, product photo adjustment, computer assembly, counseling, life/marital/relationship advice, suicide prevention, etc. They’re all different and require completely different skillsets.


        • DiegoDeveze says:

          You’ll have to forgive me for not believing I’m exchanging comments with a veritable genius who could theoretically make a lightsaber and program at infancy, but that still doesn’t prove a point. In fact, I don’t even know what was your point besides disagreeing with me.


  14. Thanks for the chapter desu!!
    Never bored with Fidel ossan LOL


  15. framee says:

    Hmmh mmmh~ A chapter right after shower~
    Thank you Yoraikun!
    Zu’u kogaan hi dii fahdon


  16. diablo says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  17. ultragunner says:

    That information gathering skill user is gonna blow her brains out when Lyle’s plan get revealed


  18. AlbinoBlackSheep says:

    I always felt bad for Fidel. He just wants what’s best for his daughter.

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  19. Raufgar says:

    Thanks for the chapter~!

    Poor Fidel-kun…Monopoly is a 2-edged sword…

    And Lyle-kun, you should aim high, go for Yobai…


  20. Kags says:

    Give it two years, and we’ll be able to take A TAKE a tax on that LAND. AND because of the support from Beim, there was barely any influence on the CINANCES of the Grand Duke house.
    Give it two years, and we’ll be able to take a tax on that land, and because of the support from Beim, there was barely any influence on the finances of the Grand Duke house.

    Thanks again :D


  21. GM_Rusaku says:

    Thanks! Nepu!!
    ( ・ω・)=つ≡つ🔥
    (っ ≡つ=つ🔥
    `/  )


  22. joii~♡ says:

    Let me break your dream: the ‘onee-san’s in the real world don’t go all “ara ara~ ma ma ~”!!! There no onee-san in the world to begin with ! That’s just your delusion !


    • lenyekpenyek says:


      Why you say this. My sexy onee-san!!!

      jokes aside, this somehow influences me a bit since I do prefer older mature women now. My preference was different few years ago, I wonder when it changed.


    • DiegoDeveze says:

      I had a cousin who used to act a bit like that when I was a child, though. She still did somewhat, many years later, up until I stopped seeing her a few years ago.

      I mean, it wasn’t literally the ”ara ara, maa maa” kind, but she was very kind, warm and thoughtful. Plus, she’s super fun to be with


  23. chendu says:

    thanks for the chapter yoraikun


  24. laclongquan says:

    Yep yep! Lyle is a clingy and doted boy so he tried all his might to regain attention and affection from his parents. Having girls around all time of the day is not hardship for him at all.


  25. mrandi96 says:

    I really appreciate your translating speed, but you know, I prefer reading your translation periodically. Wether it’s daily, weekly or even monthly as long as it’s within schedule and constant, I don’t mind it. You may be having fun (for now) translating this series, but when something happened (getting slump, feeling bored, real life problem, etc.) and your translating speed decreasing, there’s nothing I can do except waiting you to back. It feels really sucks eventhough at some point I’m adapting with the slow speed. And when you back on fire again (like this time), I feel spoiled and expect something more from you. Don’t be too hard on you, and whenever you just really want to translating, just keep it to yourself first. And when the time comes, you can publish it. Thank you for your hardwork btw.


      • lenyekpenyek says:

        He prefers a consistent release rather than having some burst of releases for a few days, since he felt spoiled by the release rate and expects more out of it.

        Liked by 1 person

    • In time i think most of us readers actually got used to this sort of ‘awkward’ releasing schedule, personally im quite fond of it, even when there are long breaks between chapter, every time i get the notification of a chapter being released i just feel happy.
      If you dont expect it to always come when you want to, and just let it surpise you every time then you can enjoy it quite a lot imo.
      Just go with the flow man ;)
      Oh btw something yorai san said himself at one point regarding this topic – if he feels like he is bored of it, he’ll tell us, and take a break for a while, or just translate other things… (its like he is procrastinating on his own breaks… Really yorai?? Really??)
      Anyway, just enjoy the translations as they come ^^ sorry for the rambling….


  26. Trash says:

    Aim for the complete set!


  27. Siegheart says:

    Gotta catch em all even Lyle is playing pokemon go too xD


    • Harukaze says:

      Lyle is a Harem Master, where instead of like in pokemon, he catches all the girls….. but doesn’t force them to fight each other (mostly) and shove CDs in their faces until they learn new skills.


  28. boartank says:

    Meh this is normal Yoraikun’s speed TL’ing Tate no Yuusha


  29. Reaper Phoenix says:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Moving on to the next offering for mr. lyle.


  30. Aoitenshi says:

    Hmm, I’m not sure why Lyle and co. needs to feel sorry about Fidel though. He’ll get to build a port, literally own it, and use it freely.

    Isn’t that like a gigaton amount of profits to be made?


    • solarhive says:

      It’s likely the ancestors cooked up some plan for Lyle that will screw Fidel over so bad that his gains will not be much of a consolation.

      Looking at it from a more analytical viewpoint, cornering a person into supporting his invasion of his homeland is despicable. No, not “kinda”, full on jerkassery here. I am a big believer in the Drood creed “It’s not what you do, it’s why you do it”, but I sincerely hope there will be no attempts to dress it up and make a saint of him.


  31. abaddonsama says:

    I get home to this, Yorai-kun.

    What am i supposed to feel?! That every day you’ll give me two chappies?!

    Either way, thanks :)


  32. Emilia says:

    Thank you for the new chapter!


  33. rennass says:

    Elsa is naive country girl so it will be very hard for her to not fall for him.
    Gracia is a bit harder but with the help of his new wingman, her brother, her fall is already set in stone.


  34. Chuo says:

    *twitchy eyebrow* go on. Thanks for the translation 👍 ✌. I caught up again, bummer.


  35. Rafuuuu for new chapter!!


  36. NZPIEFACE says:

    “And wait, in Galleria as well, it wasn’t Gracia-chan, but Leold-kun who you got close to.”

    I somehow don’t like where this is going….


  37. ZaX says:

    Harem route going strong for Lyle. Thanks for the chapter


  38. seihaikun says:

    Fidel-kun!!! Run! it’s a trap!
    Don’t do as that damn gigolo and happy freinds want!


  39. dulguN says:

    This used to be normal translation speed in ShieldBro


  40. ahs333 says:

    thx for the chapter :-)
    thumbs up for Harem Route :D


  41. rizki66 says:

    Need more angry Fidel.


  42. rasyid mystery says:

    Finally catch up with the translation…


  43. Syda says:

    Lyle come over with the hand cream xD


  44. coatl45 says:

    The Fourth isn’t wrong about him getting lonely. I’d be surprised if Lyle didn’t have serious abandonment issues after five years solitary confinement as a kid.


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