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Live Dungeon! – Chapter 51, Disclosure of Information

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin   After the meeting with the young man called Daryl, whom Garm had introduced to him, Tsutomu went to send another set of his letters to the major Clans; this time, they included the details regarding the project and the remunerations it would entail. Then on the next day, he received replies from all three Clans confirming their choice to participate in the conference.

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Live Dungeon! – Chapter 50, Daryl, Garm’s Apprentice

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin   Tsutomu stood up, went to his desk, and started to write letters to the four major Clans. The three roles of Tank, Healer, and Attacker; methods of using <<Heal>> shots; and data regarding the Fire Dragon — All that information were to be offered in a joint conference between two newspaper publications. The letters’ content was an invitation, asking the Clans to consider participating.

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Live Dungeon! – Chapter 49, Declaration of Disbandment

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin   With the party of three having set a new record time in defeating the Fire Dragon, the celebration was great as well this time; even Garm, who normally would not even flinch from drinking the Dwarves’ favorite ale, was starting to get drunk by the end of it. Tsutomu had tried to enjoy things at his own pace, but had ended up exhausted from dealing…

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Live Dungeon! – Chapter 48, Clans on the Move

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Barnnn Editor: Silavin   It was past four in the afternoon. The time at which the sun started to wane, the women in town started preparing to cook dinner, and the children cheerfully ran around outside. Around the monitors, the Dungeon Maniacs and the people who were off work started to secure themselves a spot from which the view was better, while those who worked the stall were taking…

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