Message from translator: I went through all the previous parts here and saw how many mistakes there were. I feel so bad now D: but hopefully now everything should be fine. I do another check later on, but for now, it should be fine. So, enjoy this part!~
Message from translator: I’ve finally decided to place periods at the end of the dialogues and thought bubbles (will add them to the previous parts as well). Probably should’ve done it earlier, but I had the mentality that I should stick as closely to the author’s format. Speaking of the author, I recently got in contact with them and they gave me permission to translate the story. I know that I probably should’ve done it earlier, but I was too scared >~<. But, they allowed me on the condition that I don’t make any money off of this translation and that I don’t claim this story as mine. So, this means that I can and will continue to translate. \o/ Yay! Concerning this chapter, there were wayyy too many names. Trying to figure out the romanization of these names is one of my banes as a translator.
Volume 1, 3-6: The Fallen Army
Message from translator: I was really happy to see people comment on the last chapter. After seeing chapter by chapter go by without a single response, I thought that people didn’t care about this novel….Glad to see that that wasn’t the case. As for this chapter, we get introduced to the city as well as some new questions. Enjoy~
I’ll probably be posting chapters up on Tuesday rather than Wednesday from now on. Just a heads-up.
Volume 1, 3-5: Provincial Capital Winea
Message from translator: Back from my trip and returned with a cold x_x. But I still have some chapters translated (2 to be exact) so I’ll still be uploading them while I try to get better. From what I’ve read ahead, the story’s pace does pick up, so thanks to all of you who have stuck around for all the buildup. Oh, and I realized that I had made a mistake earlier. Going by the story’s tone up till now, you’ve probably already rectified it in your mind, but I changed it anyways in the translation. Well then, enjoy~
Volume 1, 3-4: Wolf of Darkness
Message from translator: Oh wow, our first major fight scene. We get to see some violent descriptions, but don’t worry; it’s not gory or anything like that. Hopefully after this experience, we can see how our characters will grow and change after that exchange. Also, in case you guys were wondering why this chapter is a week early, it’s because I’ll be gone next week and unable to update. As such, enjoy this early update and the next part will be up at March 7th.
Volume 1, 3-3: Just a Little Farther
Message from translator: A Valentine’s Day release! And this chapter fits pretty well, if I do say so myself. The lightheartedness continues, but for how much longer? We’re making slow progress, but it’s progress nevertheless (or that’s what I tell myself every time I start translating).
Volume 1, 3-2: Rain
Volume 1, 3-1: Departing Again
Message from translator: This chapter has a good mix of despair and fluffiness. How does our author do it? What a nice way to end Chapter 2 (⁄ ⁄>⁄ ▽ ⁄<⁄ ⁄). Ugh, it’s so sweet. But unfortunately, I don’t think this happiness will last for long…but that’s just the way the story is. Anyways, enjoy~
Volume 1, 2-8: A Way to Advance Ahead
Message from translator: Sorry, I couldn’t stop myself. I know I said that I’ll be back in a month, but it felt wrong to not give you readers something to enjoy for the holidays and new year (plus leaving such a big cliffhanger for a month is just cruel). I’m still working on the backlog, but it’s getting there! Anyways, here we are introduced to the remnants of Tetna as well as a new problem. Enjoy~
Volume 1, 2-7: With the Children of the Town
Message from translator: If you haven’t yet, please check the announcement I’ve posted yesterday.
Will our heroes arrive at their destination? Well, yeah. It’s in the title…But how is the town’s situation? It’s been built up for these past parts, and I think the part’s payoff was done quite well. And that last sentence….ooh, makes you want to read more, right?