Kou 1 Desu ga Isekai de Joushu Hajimemashita Vol 2 - 11 - The Last Chapter: The Girl's Visit
The Last Chapter: The Girl’s Visit
It was one afternoon in the castle of Solm. Soichiro was reading a book in his room. On his bed lay Ki’ulele, lying on her stomach.
This has been his routine since returning from Secundaria. Once every three days, he lets Curette suck the blood from his wrist. He says this is because Curéle is still a child. But the amount per time is said to be small.
Hiroto and his friends met the father and son on their way to Secondaria, and they arrived safely at Zeldis. They are now living in a shared tent.
At first, Centelio complained when he heard that they did not join the Alliance, but he was surprised to hear that the Solm Foundation had been established and that the Solm children attending the school affiliated with the Spirit Church would be able to pay their school fees.
After that, he stopped complaining.
The purpose of joining the Secunderian Alliance was to provide financial aid. But we didn’t join.
But he was given aid without joining.
Hiroto had gone to visit Zeldis and Valkyria. He would return in the afternoon.
Centelio and Calavera were supposed to be at the reception of the guests. They had come all this way to thank him.
A horse came running into the courtyard.
Soichiro stopped reading and went out into the hallway with Curéle. From the corridor, they could see the stables.
Soichiro went down the stairs. When he reached the first floor corridor, he met a white horse.
Astride it was Sorciere.
A soldier of the garrison astride a black warhorse and a female servant astride a pony. Behind them, also astride a warhorse, is Darmour.
The carts continued to roll in.
There are four, five ……, no, six.
“Oh, Mr. Soichiro, it’s been a long time. Dalmur shakes hands with Soichiro, and then with Curé.
A servant handed a book to Darmur from the side.
“Now, here’s a souvenir for you.”
Curére squeals with delight as he receives the book. Soichiro smiled. I’m going to have trouble sleeping tonight with all the talk.
The servants of Durmur were unloading the carts. There is a fine chair.
“It is a gift, my lord. A gift for Hiroto to sit on. He also brought a new bed, which can be found at ……”
Sioichiro chuckled. Dalmur seemed to be very happy that he was able to inspect his daughter.
The sound of hoofbeats approached and a chestnut-haired horse came into view.
They were Hiroto and Mimir. On their shoulders hovered Valkyria.
Sorcher’s eyes lit up.
Dalmur walks up to him.
“You’re early. I thought I’d made it in time.” Hiroto dismounts.
“My daughter would like to say hello. I’m sorry for the intrusion.
“I’m sorry for the intrusion. I just wanted to say thank you.” Sorcher smiled slyly.
Sioichiro came face to face with Curélé.
Curére held his finger in his mouth.
He seems to want to say something.
(I guess Kurere noticed too. She’s a girl after all.)
So he put his ear close to it,
She shouted cheerfully.
“See you later.”
She wants me to read it now.
With a sideways glance at Sorciere, who was talking to Hiroto, Soichirou walked up the stairs with Kurere.
They went up the stairs.
It is three o’clock in the afternoon on November 20th.
If it’s tomorrow, they won’t be able to finish in time. It’s really a last-minute update.
I sent the “almost finished manuscript” yesterday, and the “finished manuscript” today.
Twenty more pages.
This is the last chapter.
The last chapter, Chapter 9, wasn’t very exciting, so at 6:00 a.m. on the last day, I rebuilt the whole chapter, and started writing at 7:00 a.m.! And I’ve just finished it! Good day, this is Hiroyuki Kagami.
This time, it’s a medieval European-style fantasy. No, it’s not “this time”, it’s “the next time”. And it’s still about b***s.
The new heroine this time is that girl.
What? This girl? What kind of transcendent power was at work in Hiroyuki Kagami to create a heroine like that? Is it because of the Secret Protection Act?
You’ll find out why as the volume continues. I don’t black out the scenes where I reveal the reason. I’m not going to keep it secret for five years.
So, thank you, Goban-sensei and Editor H! I’m sure Mr. H was a bit nervous, but thank you very much!