Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin The following day, Tsutomu met up with Weiss at the Guild Dining Hall and discussed with him about Alma’s case.
Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin The day after Absolute Helix’s victory over the Fire Dragon, the team of five went around town giving interviews to news outlets. Diniel, Hannah, and Amira were used to his and gave out their responses as normal, while Daryl occasionally bit his tongue and fumbled his words out of nervousness… also as normal. Daryl had been covered by the news a few times before, but it seemed that he still…
Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin The Fire Dragon, finished off by Diniel’s arrow, fell to the ground and started dispersing into light particles. Confirming that it was no longer moving, Tsutomu called out to Diniel next to him.
Translator: Lizz Proofreader: Xemul After departing from the city of Kapha, the group traveled on a long stretch of road leading eastward in the carriage driven by Klaus. Although it took four days to reach the eastern border, the journey went smoothly without a single incident of trouble along the way.
Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin Garm left his room early in the morning and immediately headed to the Guild. Being one among a handful of Guild Staff Members who had progressed past layer sixty, he had recently been occupied with so much work that he had no chance to take days off — until today. Despite that, he still went to the Guild.
Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin Thirteen years ago, Weiss had lost all his comrades in a certain Dungeon, and since then, he had fought alone. The fear of loss had never left him, but the grief had also rendered him unable to give up fighting. After finally laying all of his undead-turned comrades to rest and conquering that Dungeon all by himself, he still felt as if a hole had been left agape in his…
Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin Weiss, the Clan Leader of Scarlet Devil Squad, was not that good at communication. He could read monsters’ movements just fine, but people’s hearts, not so much. He was fearful of things he did not understand — which was why he was bad at talking to people.