Sevens: Unlovable Adventurer

Unlovable Adventurer

A few days after I received information from Rauno-san.

Tanya-san dropped by the mansion. I was the one to keep her company, but there were only Damien’s automatons in the mansion, so I ended up having No. 2 prepare some tea.

Perhaps she had no interest in my own, personal tastes, as she put out a different tea than Monica. It was probably Damien’s preference.

Tanya-san sat on the sofa with proper posture. She hadn’t touched the tea. Her tone was even more indifferent than usual.

I used a Skill. The Sixth’s… Search… displayed Tanya-san’s reaction as yellow or red.

Perhaps she had some hesitation. In that case, it meant she did know the specifics. Tanya-san was a person of the Guild. As expected, she was to prioritize it.

“Lyle-kun, an urgent request has come up. Perhaps you’ve heard the rumors…”

“About Cartaffs?”

“… If you’re aware, that makes matters fast. It’s about that Cartaffs; in recent times, there have been some turbulent movements. A request of one concerned in the country has reached its way to Beim, and we have determined it to be a request requiring ample urgency. So the Guild has decided to request this matter to you. As a reward for success, we promise fifty thousand in gold coins. The contents of the request are to rescue the captured queen.”

Just as an advance payment, several thousand gold coins were prepared.

They never intended to pay the completion fee, so they wanted to show a request with considerably favorable conditions.

From the Jewel, the Fifth let his voice.

『So a few thousand gold doesn’t hurt them at all? Good going, Adventurers’ Guild. It isn’t a bad sum to cover preparations.』

I looked over the document.

“That’s quite an extravagant preparatory sum. But our party is nothing but women, as I’m sure you’re aware. By the contents of the request, that’s totally out, isn’t it?”

Larc’s Skill was a powerful one against the opposite sex, or so it seems the report had been raised. And it seems it was a plan to separate me from my comrades.

The Seventh looked over it.

『As long as it separated you, they thought it’d work itself out. But this time around, the Guild should be using its trump cards… underestimate them, and it’ll be dangerous.』

In regards to the Seventh’s opinions, the Third laughed.

『And isn’t that why it’s fine? Larc, was it? Quite a pitiful kid over there. I doubt he’s aware of how he’s being used by us and the Guild, after all. Oh, right, Lyle… do it by the plan.』

Tanya-san had also considered the reasons I may pose for refusal.

“It has been determined that success is more than probable with you working alone. Also, nothing but women was a lie, wasn’t it? Maksim, Damien… the two of them are also registered as adventurers.”

So they planned to thoroughly crush us? Even Maksim’s name was coming up. I looked over the documents again.

“… I also have a request for Labyrinth Subjugation. Can this come after I’ve completed it?”

In a troubled manner, Tanya-san spoke.

“It’s an urgent one, so if possible, in the near future. Also, if it proves impossible, the Guild will dispatch reinforcements.”

Hearing that, I smiled. It was a case I had considered. And the adventurers dispatched would likely be in the mind to attack us.

“That’s a huge help. How about reinforcements for me?”

“As expected, that much is… however, Beim has already sent adventurers over to that side of the seas. We can arrange for them to cooperate with you.”

Hearing that, I tilted my head.

“Is that so? How strange. All the famous parties should be off on other requests. Was it a dispatch from somewhere besides the East Branch?”

Besides the dispatch-type East Branch, the only other adventurers to stray so far from Beim were the mercenaries of the south.  As always, Tanya-san’s expression looked like a constructed one.

“That is simply how hurried we are. We will send more reinforcements to the Labyrinth.”

I nodded, and moved to sign the papers, but suddenly stopped my hand.

“Oh, right. There are a few misc. tasks I need to do as well, so could I leave them to an acquaintance of the East Branch? … I’d like to put in a request for them.”

Hearing that, Tanya-san thought a little, but eventually nodded with a smile.

“Go right ahead. However, sending it to ones too proficient will be troubling for us. And I doubt they’ll accept if you propose them a request for misc. tasks.”

I signed the paper.

“Oh, it’s alright. I’ve got a hunch on who’s likely to accept.”

I looked down, as I thought.

(Tanya-san, you’re being soft. Did you think it wouldn’t matter if you discarded an adventurer who would take on odd jobs?)

After Tanya-san left, I called Damien and Maksim-san- who had been in the mansion- to the room, to discuss.

It was about the Cartaffs request. And I also informed them of how horrid the present situation was.

Damien took off his glasses, and wiped off the lenses.

“Hmmm~, and so? You’ve something in mind, don’t you, Lyle?”

Maksim looked nervous. The opposite of Damien.

“This isn’t good. Not being able to receive financial support from Beim, no matter how you think of it, it will affect our objectives henceforth.”

It seems he thought I was going to keep receiving support from Beim… from the Trēs House. And it was on that plan that Adele-san was moving.

I gave an apology.

“Yeah, I should probably apologize beforehand. We’ll have to vacate this place too. Probably, or rather, in the near future, the Trēs House will make some moves, and we began building a foundation at the point we were going forward with Labyrinth Subjugation, so I’ll make that point our next base of operations.”

Damien sounded reluctant.

“Eh~ I had taken a liking to this place’s underground laboratory.”

“I’ll build a building to your liking over there. And wait, I do think there’ll be some full-blown moves.”

I spoke my mind to the two of them on the plan.

Of the anticipated adventurer attack in Cartaffs, and of how, through saving the Queen, we’d sell a favor, and have them glare at Bahnseim from the north for us.

Having heard that, Maksim.

“… If all goes well, it truly is a good deal. But there’s a high risk. And when we’re exposing milady to such danger, I can’t even be by her side.”

As I thought, he didn’t want to be taken off Adele-san’s side. To Damien, it seemed to be a pain.

“Three automatons. It’s true I can prepare golems, but just how does that stand war-potential-wise? Can we win? Adventurers that have polished their skill in the Labyrinth, to be blunt, they be monsters.”

To Damien and Maksim-san, I held confidence as I declared.

“We’ll win. If we lose here, then either way, we won’t win against the monster that is Celes. And also. There are movements in Beim to drive the Trēs House out. So I want to migrate them right to the land we’re developing. Damien, can you persuade old Letarta?”

Damien put his glasses on, taking a cup from his maid automaton No. 1, and sipping some tea.

“I think it’s possible. For better or worse, he’s a craftsman. As long as he has a place to be and work to do, isn’t it feasible? IT seems he doesn’t hate the boisterousness of Beim, but he did come from the countryside, and he did say he missed it. Also, he was enjoying modifying the Valkyries, and it felt like he didn’t want to abandon the work.”

So we could get old Letarta with us. In that case, perhaps I could call out to the craftsmen and merchants related to him, and give them an invite to the south.

Milleia-san spoke delightfully.

『Lyle, let’s have Eva-chan spread some rumors. That the land to the south is blessed or something!』

This person really was having fun.

There, Damien looked at me.

“… You’ll take in the merchants that’ve lost their value here? If it were you, Lyle, then if all went well, I’m sure you’d be able to kick it off with the merchants remaining in Beim.”

I shook my head.

“I’m sorry, but even like this, I’ve a strong sense of duty. After they’ve saved me so, I won’t betray them.”

There, Maksim-san turned me some eyes of doubt.

“… That’s a different definition of, ‘duty’ than the one I know.”

… How rude. I’m going to save the merchants that aided me from the collapse of Beim. That’s plenty dutiful, isn’t it?

Having dropped by the East Branch, I personally asked for Marianne-san’s room on the third floor.

Normally, there wouldn’t be a problem whoever the receptionist was, but this time alone, there was a need for me to get Marianne-san.

The Guild had a considerable amount of staff, and they couldn’t help but require receptionists who wouldn’t abandon their acquaintance adventurers.

No, I won’t say it was essential, but even so, I asked for her with the intent to use her.

When she saw me waiting in the room, Marianne-san smiled, as she brought in some paperwork. And she inspected my face.

“How rare for me to be called out like this. I feel I’m going to misunderstood, so if possible, could I hear the reason…?”

While she was joking around, her face turned serious as she looked at my expression.

“It doesn’t look like this is a matter to take in jest.”

Saying that, she lay the documents on the desk, poured a drink, and took a seat. After putting the drink to my mouth, I made my plea.

“It’s been decided I’m going off to Cartaffs. As for a boat, I’ll be using one of the Trēs House’s. While I was at it, I hired a party for odd jobs.”

Marianne-san’s expression didn’t change.

“Is that so. I do think you have it rough, but if it’s you, then you’ll definitely be able to complete the request…”

There, I made a smile. Making an exceptionally splendid smile, I grew to hate myself. This is the only thing I’ve really been improving in.

“So I’d like information on the adventurers who headed to Cartaffs. The detailed data safekept by the Guild… it exists, right?”

Marianne-san’s drooping eyes narrowed, as if glaring at me.

“Leakage of information is strictly prohibited. So what do you expect me to answer to that?”

“Even when my info’s going all over the place? A receptionist of your level should know what sort of situation I’m in, right? It seems you did take on newbie training as well, but you’re relatively knowledgeable about work in the Guild.”

Marianne-san stood from her seat, and moved to leave the room.

“… I’ll call another receptionist. And there’s nothing I have to say to you.”

I kept my smile, and informed her of the adventurer party I’d made a request to.

“This time, I sought help from Erhart’s party. They accepted it quite willingly. It was a large request, after all. Now that aside, Marianne-san, you got angry for their sake, didn’t you? Not letting them take a request where they might die, you caused a problem at the desk… I’m quite fond of kind people.”

Marianne-san turned around, and glared at me something awful. And she hung her head a while, which gave me enough answers in itself.

She surely knew. About my state, and what Beim was to do.

“So you knew everything. Yet you’ll still choose to go to Cartaffs; how stubborn you must be. From my point of view, it would be a huge help if you turned and fled.”

I shrugged.

“There’s something important left in Beim. If it were to protect that, I thought an extent of my behavior would be permitted. Now then, there’s no huge profit in it for you, but won’t you listen to my request?”

Marianne-san returned, sat in her chair, and turned her eyes to me. Not with her usual atmosphere, she had a sort of threat to her.

She had gotten in various experience in her own way, and that had come to form this sort of air.

“… Information on adventurers, was it? As you’ve said, it truly is a talk with little merit to me. If I had to say, it’s nothing but demerits. But I shall prepare the information of the adventurers who went to Cartaffs for you. The info on the ones attacking your remaining comrades as well. In exchange.”

What Marianne-san sought in exchange…

“A guarantee for the lives of Erhart-kun’s party. No, return them to Beim unharmed. Once you enter Cartaffs, then everyone with you is supposed to be marked as a target. They won’t overlook it just because they’re there for odd jobs.”

I nodded, and confirmed how long it would take to get the info with her. It seems she could get it relatively fast, and I was impressed. Her abilities as a receptionist were surely high.

And after we’d gotten in order the means to accept the information, I asked her.

“You sure favor Erhart’s party quite a bit. Is it love?”

There, Marianne-san gave a laugh, as if to mock me. And she looked at me in sorrow.

“You’re half right. But to those boys… perhaps as cute younger brothers. Oblivious to the world, but earnest and hard-working… watching those sorts of children is the greatest joy of being a receptionist. Putting in steady work to mature, and happily reporting it all to us… Rather than a certain unlovable boy who perfectly pulls everything off from the start, I’d like to support those sorts of cute kids.”

There wasn’t really a problem if Marianne-san reported this matter to the Guild. The mansion was already vacated, and preparations were underway.

But having heard that, I confirmed that rather than Erhart’s party, I was definitely less interesting to the receptionists.

“On the contrary, you’ll help me for something of that extent?”

Marianne-san looked down, and let out her voice, bit by bit.

“… He resembles the adventurer I used to like. When I was still a beginner, I was relatively popular, so I got stuck up. So I had an earnest adventurer who’d come out from the countryside push himself for me.”

Hearing that, I got the just. And Marianne-san put the developments I’d expected to mouth.

“Because of that, he died. Even leaving his assets to me… he really was an idiot. From there on, I was the receptionist of the newbie desk. Though it turns out I really was better at training new recruits. Because it felt worth doing.”

I heard her story through from start to end, before standing.

“… I’ll definitely return Erhart’s party to Beim. I swear it.”

There, Marianne-san glared at me.

“If you don’t bring them back, I’ll curse you for life. After going so far for you, if even one of them is injured… I’ll teach you just what it means to make an enemy of a receptionist of the Guild.”

Her threat really did frighten me, but so as not to let those thoughts come out, I laughed. And after leaving the room, I pat my chest.

… The East Branch.

At the first floor desk, Rühe accepted some documents from Erhart.

And Erhart spoke to her.

“Sorry, it’s about the next job, but I’m going to have to pass.”

Hearing that, Rühe found it rare, as she confirmed it with him.

“What happened? You usually confirm your next requests, and plan them out while you’re here. Did someone’s health take a bad turn?”

Erhart denied it as he shook his head. He had calmed down even further as an adventurer, fulfilling requests, while protecting Marianne’s teachings.

“I’m going to help out in Cartaffs from the request of an acquaintance. Well, it’s just odd jobs, but the profits are nice, and it’ll be a long-term request, so other requests won’t be possible for a while.”

Hearing that, Rühe looked over Erhart.

“Even if it be from an acquaintance, being called out personally is a proof of your credibility. Looks like you guys are already splendid adventurers… right! I’ll be expecting a souvenir when you get back. And I’d love to hear what sort of adventures you had.”

There, Erhart let out a sigh.

“You were cuter when you were still asking for candy. Say the same thing to everyone, and you’ll go through some pain down the line. Well, we see each other relatively often, so I’ll at least buy a souvenir for you.”

Rühe averted her eyes a little, and spoke in a quiet voice.

“… I don’t say it to everyone.”

Erhart stood from his seat.

“What was that?”

“It’s nothing. I’m expecting something nice, Erhart-san.”

Seeing Rühe’s smile, Erhart made a bitter one. Perhaps thinking he had been fooled by Marianne, it seems he still had a trauma when it came to female receptionists…

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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86 Responses to Sevens: Unlovable Adventurer

  1. All Hail Yoraikun!
    Thanks for the amazing fast translation!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Yuzuru says:

    You’re about to sleep, but nope


  3. GM_Rusaku says:

    . 〃∩ ∧_∧  ♪
    . ⊂⌒( ・ω・)   Thanks!
    .  \_っ⌒/⌒c   Nepu!!♪
    .    ⌒ ⌒


  4. Doctor Prinny says:

    Thanks for chapter


  5. thx for chap , 4th place??


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  7. vindi89 says:

    Thanks for the chapter.


  8. Kags says:

    Thank you, so fast after last! :D :D :D :D


  9. happinezz001 says:

    Are you even sleeping yoraikun?


  10. Alu-potol says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  11. KozuKy says:

    Thanks for the chapter !! :D


  12. At the very least, Erhart will learn what it means to be nieve, I hope he will patch thing up with Marianne. And lastly, Lyle was not joking about being soft when he uses hostages without guilt. The Walt’s really are Villians.

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    • Nil says:

      They’re not villains, they’re politicians… or was it the other way around? Same difference.

      Liked by 5 people

    • frenzy85 says:

      While you could call them hostages, he’s also bringing them to his side, which is actually saving them from Beim which is currently headed towards a bad end called Celes…

      Liked by 3 people

      • Kortodo says:

        I think Beim will be gone before Celes can get her hands on it. At least that’s what I think is the ancestors’ plan.

        After all, they knew it wouldn’t be possible to get Beim to support Lyle, since the merchants would rather stay neutral and profit from selling to both sides. Or at least that’s what they’d try, before meeting Celes.

        Also, removing Beim will remove one of the greater sources of instability in the region, allowing Lyle to unify the smaller nations.

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        • Gitami says:

          Lyle definitely need to get rid of Beim before Celes gets their gold. After it is destroyed some will flow to her hoping for asylum then be killed and gold taken. Others will cling to whatever branch Lyle offers.


        • digimaster6662000 says:

          Do you think that he will subjugate Beim’s Labyrinth. It I’d 100 floors so if he did, then not only will it accelerate Beim’s collapse, it will also let him meet Octo, as well as obtain the (likely extremely valuable) magic metal at it’s core.


  13. chendu says:

    Alll Hail BRIiIIIIIIII TAAAAAAAnyaa … ERrr wrong show
    Thanks yoraikun !! =D

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  14. BadJoke says:

    Aww poor Erhart, then again he’ll get over it sooner or later
    Thanks for the chap 😄😄


  15. ArKain says:

    Erhart’s getting some nice development, though I kind of feel sorry for him. It looks like he was called out for his growth in ability, but in reality he’s just a hostage…


  16. Kags says:

    And isn’t that why it’s fine? Larc, was it? Quite a pitiful kid over there. I doubt he’s AWRE of how he’s being used by us and the Guild, AFER all. Oh, right, Lyle… do it by the plan.
    And isn’t that why it’s fine? Larc, was it? Quite a pitiful kid over there. I doubt he’s aware of how he’s being used by us and the Guild, after all. Oh, right, Lyle… do it by the plan.

    It’s an urgent one, so IS possible, in the near future.
    It’s an urgent one, so if possible, in the near future.

    There are movements in Beim to drive the Trēs HOSUE out.
    There are movements in Beim to drive the Trēs House out.

    Even when my info’s going all over the place? A receptionist of your level should know what sort of situation I’, IN, right?
    Even when my info’s going all over the place? A receptionist of your level should know what sort of situation I’m in, right?

    Looks like you GUTS are already splendid adventurers… right!
    Looks like you guys are already splendid adventurers… right!

    Thanks again :D


  17. goblinrou says:

    [Manipulation lvl mr. lyle]

    Hes got quite the bounty on his head.


  18. Kudan says:

    thanks for the chaptr

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  19. fuzor100 says:

    Beim is going down!!
    Thank you for the translation.


  20. seihaikun says:

    Well… If Celes wasn’t the main antagonist then Lyle would take that spot without doubt…
    In the end Walt house are full of villain.


    • berserknexus says:

      I don’t think Lyle will become a villain if Celes wasn’t there. He’d be a douche, sure, but he wouldn’t really be the extreme Celes is. Lyle only inherited Septem’s memories and charm, so he’d be a charming selfish dude. Celes became the way she is because she despised her superior brother and because of Agrissa.


  21. rennass says:

    Lyle should kill Erhart off in Cartaffs.
    This fellow is spreading love seeds without permission from Emperror Mr.Lyle, this is capital punishment.
    As for Marianne, it’s better to get her hate to let her become someone else’s.


  22. necrosis says:

    didn’t expect that guy to be involved but okay and now we wait for the battles these might be pretty good hope the guys fight is at least as fun to read as may’s with that deadly amazon


  23. Somehow every chapter in this volume make my heart pounding :D
    I expecting some grand scheme desu!!

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  24. cocohime1985 says:

    This why adventurer are . . .!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Kortodo says:

    Erhart has really grown on me over the course of this story. I didn’t really like him at first, but now I’m hoping he’ll appear more often.

    Also, I’m hoping for him and Marianne to patch things up. It seems that Erhart x Marianne isn’t happening, but that’s fine. As long as they get along again.

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  26. Erhart really giving off some mc vibes here. He’s getting in the way of Lyle completing a full harem.


  27. Deal with it says:

    Ignorance is bliss and you should learn how to move on, real fast…. 😑


  28. I already said, the last boss is Novem. She could have been the one which gave Celes the Jewel in the fist palace and had some pat with her. But what I don’t get is that Lyle would have been dead was it not the seventh’s servant. If she did allow Celes to beat Lyle, why would she go that high-risk route? Maybe something changed when she first saw Lyle after the beatdown in the beginning chapters?


  29. Reaper Phoenix says:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Doomsday clock for Beim destruction is ticking down.


  30. Suhail Dorgham says:

    Hm? Is it just me, or does it seem as though yoraikun is going through another fever time?


  31. Axx says:

    “If you don’t bring them back, I’ll curse you for life. After going so far for you, if even one of them is injured… I’ll teach you just what it means to make an enemy of a receptionist of the Guild.”

    I get that they’re trying to make it seem that the good people have just been caught in the crossfire, but considering she’s aware the guild is actively conspiring to kill Lyle and all his companions, it comes off as utterly ineffective. Like, how dare you put these guys I care for in danger?! Just go die quietly by yourself!


    • DiegoDeveze says:

      It really is like that, though. It’s only natural. No matter how famous or ”righteous” Lyle could be, his relationship with Marianne amounts a few short meetings. On the other hand, she has reared Erhart’s party since back when they were super incompetent, up to now that they’re respectable adventurers. You shouldn’t underestimate the impact rearing or watching someone grow can have in your relationship with them.

      It’s not like it doesn’t happen all the time, anyway. She must have seen a lot of adventurers being ”sweeped” off the table for various reasons; same old, same old. Just, probably not on this scale.

      But yeah, it was ineffective anyway. I’m rooting for Lyle all the way. Not that I wouldn’t even if he were more of a scumbag, but he’s a ”victim” in here. I’m actually kind of indignant at the unfariness of the situation. If Lyle hadn’t put himself in this situation on purpose, I’d be super pissed with the Guild, or rather, the merchants.


  32. ryuutobi says:

    Now I wonder if Novem actually sees Lyle the same way Marianne sees the newbies.

    One who starts from the bottom is cuter than one who excels at everything right from the beginning.


  33. Murali says:

    the guild is expecting those veterans to easily defeat lyle. But they have no idea of what a real monster class lyle is. I predict Lyle is going to completely curb stomp the enemy. The biggest problem is I foresee is coordination. Lyle can’t use connection on his all male party. (No way is this going to turn into some BL series) So his best option is to singlehandedly take all of them down. This is not necessarily beyond him. he easily dealt with the lorphys ninjas who were chasing the old holy maiden and they were supposed to be the elite in their country. Even if these adventurers who specialise in dungeon diving are monster class, I expect them to be at most one or two normal levels above where lyle was when he arrived in Beim. But lyle’s own growths are crazy huge. I think those two growths put him way ahead of anyone that he could go up against. He is already at the level where he can fight toe to toe with his ancestors. And all of them are seriously badass. To quote a certain wizard: one gigantic mess coming right up.


    • ampzz says:

      You’re forgetting about a few things in regards to Lyle’s inherited Skills though – they don’t actually need [Connection] to be used on a party. There’s been quite a few times when Lyle has used the ancestor’s skills to help buff people in the party before his second stage skill even manifested in the first place. Crassel’s (Second) skill [All] is one that allows other party members to receive the effects of skills; this in turn allowed Lyle to share most of his skills with any party he’s been in unless he decides otherwise. The skill [Speed] has been a frequently used one by Lyle to help out the party’s overall combat and movement abilities.

      [Connection] itself is used to form a true link that allows him to share even the five senses with another person.


      • Kortodo says:

        Not to mention that some of them can eve be used on other things, not just people. Like Speed, which he used on both Porter and the Vera Tres ship.

        I can’t imagine him smooching those before he could bestow Speed on them, though I’d like to see mr.lyle giving Porter a good tongue-lashing (you know what I mean). :D


        • Murali says:

          Boosting their stats is one thing. Coordinating is another. I get the feeling that he has been relying on Connection too much, and he will have to remember how to give verbal orders and his party members will have to know how to take orders and cover for each others weaknesses. He has fought alongside damien and maksim individually, but he has not fought alongside them together and they have not fought alongside each other together as well. Not to mention Erhart’s group. You can’t just throw random people together and expect them to coordinate. At the squad level you need to be at the level where you know the other person’s characteristics. That’s why in the army you have buddy systems and you have not only individual but also squad, section, platoon, company, battalion and even brigade* level training.Though, I suppose if they we using Hollywood rules, you could throw a random bunch of misfits together and they would magically coordinate.

          *3 men in a squad
          4 squads in a section
          4 sections in a platoon**
          4 platoons in a company
          4 companies in a battalion
          3+ battalions in a brigade

          **Some platoons, especially HQ platoons in support companies or even more generally, the smaller platoons in HQ companies do not split into sections and squads. The squad and section level organisation is more relevant to infantry and guardsmen.


  34. erikcheah says:

    Thanks for the translation!


  35. Redseb says:

    Yeah, show him what it means to become the enemy of a receptionist of the guild. It’s not like the guild isn’t trying to get him killed in the first place or something like that.

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  36. vedejo says:

    I have a feeling Tahina would die… and Tanya would remain instead…

    Anywho, crush the guild Lyle!


  37. Thank you, cant wait for next chapter!


  38. When is the last chapter we see Erhart? I feel like rereading it.


  39. Avarrencus says:

    Thanks for the chapter


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  41. diablo says:

    Thanks for the chapter!


  42. Sharur says:

    XD oh this is going to be fun, can’t wait to see the expression of all the merchants and leaders of the guild when they realize how badly they messed up seconds after its too late…


  43. DJMarc says:

    Does Larc skill even affect automatons?


  44. ZaX says:

    Wonder if Erhart will ever mature enough to understand the happenings around him. Thanks for the chapter


  45. Chuo says:

    I caught up again. You know what we missed and nobody mentioned again? The lingerie party Mr Lyle had organized, the author never finished saying what happened.
    Thanks for the translation 👍 ✌


  46. Darkmed says:

    Thanks yoraikun. Still can’t find the smiley though. I will just have to make my own and there it is. =)


  47. arsl31 says:

    Damn Lyle is going full pirate over the SS MariannexEarhart… I really hope Tanya survives this.

    Unlovable Adventurer? Hah! Say that again to Mr. Lyle I dare you.


  48. DarkoNeko says:

    Taking Musclor’s party as hostage, that sure is a dick move. Well, I get it can’t be helped. I hope that to compensate he’ll at least get them to understand why Marianne did that back then.


    • DiegoDeveze says:

      It is a dick move, but if you think about it, if Lyle wasn’t doing all of this on purpose, the Guild would be wronging him big time. I mean, on the surface, he has done nothing but do things for Beim’s benefit, so them killing him and all of his party because he caused great losses ”unknowingly” would be super unfair to him… were this not all a plan to instigate exactly that, but alas.
      At least on the surface, all he’s doing is for survival. Still a dick move, but he has a reason.


  49. DiegoDeveze says:

    Marianne should’ve seen Lyle when he was just beginning. The poor boy was even more hopeless than Erhart. I bet he would’ve tickled her motherly/receptionist instincts.

    I hadn’t really thought about it, but now I’m interested in her joining the harem… kinda. Not gonna happen, but it’d be intriguing.
    It’s mostly because I’m a sucker for the onee-san type, tho.


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