Tsuki – Chapter 389-390: Regular Patrons struggle and a secret crisis (Top-Mid)

Regular Patrons. 

It is a word that has finally begun to spread after Tsige became a country. 

A new word that’s beginning to gather envy right after the word Top Rankers that pertains to the top adventurers that head to the wasteland. 

These people who are called regular patrons are the ones who are now able to freely come and go from the Mist Town which had been impossible to do so for the adventurers until now. 

The Mist Town is called the Safe Room or the Mountain of Treasure in the wasteland, so the regular patrons are a target of never ending attention.

At times they would be tailed with animosity, and at times they would get proper reception; all of them trying to know the method to become regular patrons. 

But it seems like they have been silenced by the ones of the Mist Town, most wouldn’t speak a word.

The Adventurer Guild is also being careful about getting involved with this matter as they communicate with the regular patrons. 

It is without doubt one of the top secrets of the current wasteland, and it may be little by little, but it has begun to leak from a minority of adventurers. 

It was right at this time.

“Aah! What’s the meaning of this?! The material I asked for is not coming in?! This is the top location to get materials in Tsige! You are the Muzo Company-san that has in stock stuff that doesn’t even show up in the market, right?!” 

A bad natured man was raising his voice in a visibly splendid reception room of a company. 

At his side there’s a slender man in fancy attire. 

From the looks of it, a merchant or a scholar and their bodyguard.

That’s the kind of vibe the two give.

There was no sign of the two leaving despite how kind the receptionist was being.

Judging from their talk, the problem is because of the bad performance of the Muzo Company in fulfilling the contract, so leaving aside them being a nuisance and how loud they are, the issue lies with the company. 

The receptionist could only lower her head and apologize. 

The materials that can only be obtained in the wasteland are all special in their own way and powerful. In other words, they are used in important situations most of the time.

If it were a normal dispute between company and customer, it usually can be resolved with money, but there’s cases when both sides can’t back down.

“Customer-sama, we are truly sorry. I am the one who has been left in charge with the 1st Gathering Division; my name’s Sho. Let’s continue this in a different room… I will make sure it will by no means be a bad deal for you.” 

This apology that looks sincere, and the polite and gentle smile she had as she guided them.

The two customers who were raising their voices loudly were led to a deep part of the store. 

The female receptionist was unable to endure her tears and had to withdraw with a number of people accompanying her. 

The one at the very front of the very long line of customers came up next, and a new business discussion began.

This is a situation that has been seen pretty often in the Muzo Company as of late.

“The coming and going of people is increasing instead of decreasing, and if we were just looking at the sales as a whole, it is on the rise. But what’s awaiting for the future are dark clouds; that’s the kind of feeling that sight of before gave.” (Muzo) 

The representative of the Muzo Company frowned at a place that seems like the customers can’t see, but he can. 

It is rare for someone as cold as him to show such emotions. 

He was on the top two of Tsige’s ice cold faces together with the former Adventurer Guild branch chief, Lucas. Because of that, cold sweat flowed down from the forehead of the secretary. 

By the way, Lucas has begun to sing praises about life, so right now the representative of the Muzo Company is the only one at the top of the ice cold faces.

“We have been steadily increasing the support adventurer parties, and we have been speaking to the skilled adventurers faster than anyone else by using the wasteland rankings.” 

The one working as the secretary is a young woman. 

This world is composed mostly of beautiful people, but within all of those, her attire and the etiquette she shows were also polished, and she possessed beauty that could pull gazes on her. 

But well, the one who hired her also saw her ability when employing her though.

That’s why she didn’t get arrogant from her own beauty, and was able to do the necessary report swiftly.

“…How is the place of Toa-san doing?” (Muzo)

“‘They have formed a good relationship with several companies’, is how they leave it vague, so we haven’t been able to form an exclusive contract with them.” 

“Honestly speaking, if the Kuzunoha Company were to take them in, we would be able to just give up though -just like that orphanage.” (Muzo)


“However, despite them being the undisputable first place, they are not regular patrons of the Mist Town. The qualifications to become one are still not clear.” (Muzo)

“Yes. But most of the parties that have spoken about their personal experience said that they were unable to come and go to the Mist Town after that.” 

“…Meaning that we went through the trouble of giving money to promising adventurers just to lower their worth, huh.” (Muzo)

“My apologies.” 

“It was my decision. There’s no fault in you. And?” (Muzo)

“Regarding the two of before, they were requesting amber inky cap mushrooms.” 

“Amber inky cap mushrooms? …Raw?” (Muzo)

The representative tilted his head slightly at the material that was spoken of. 

“No, they said it was okay even if it was dried.” 

“That’s impossible. If I remember correctly, it is true that you can’t obtain them unless you are decently deep in the wasteland, but if it is okay even if they are dried, we should have in the inventory.” (Muzo)

He is right. 

That material is something that can be obtained at pretty decent amounts even in the wasteland. 

If it were raw, the difficulty would shoot up, but the dried ones can be stored, so it shouldn’t be a difficult job for the Muzo Company by any means. 

The representative placed a hand on his forehead.

He could now see why those customers were so angry. 

“…About that…it has become harder than predicted to maintain the materials. The rare materials that the contracted adventurers are bringing in has increased. The super rare items that wouldn’t have been difficult to stockpile before have increased in demand at an outstanding speed.” 

“It was brought up as a topic of discussion last week, right? To think it would be at this speed. Looks like this isn’t the time to just be watching the number of sales go up.” (Muzo)


“A drastic change that even Patrick Rembrandt compared to a tsunami. I thought I had prepared myself for whatever would come but…this is overwhelming.” (Muzo)

A sigh leaked out from him.



“If the keel were to break while acting tough, it would spiral into a situation we won’t be able to recover from, huh.” (Muzo)


“I will be going out for a bit.” (Muzo)

“Eh?! W-Where?!” 

“I will be back by evening. I want to share this information urgently, so please cancel the appointments I had tonight.” (Muzo)

“…Understood. I will call for a meeting at once. Is 3 okay?” 

“Yes, I will leave it to you.” (Muzo)

The two wrap up the conversation smoothly. 

The representative didn’t specify the place he would be going, but he did order what should be done. 

The secretary obeys. 

This is the usual sight for them.

She is a secretary, but at times she would serve as a double. 

The representative of the Muzo Company that had been blessed with a capable talent had left onto the city of Tsige while the sun was still high up in order to at least serve as a stress buffer.

“Even though I am already having him be considerate with me… I don’t really want to put too much of a burden on him. I can’t ignore the glaring of Rembrandt-san either. Good grief. How long has it been since I have felt like I am stuck between a rock and a hard place?” (Muzo)

He wiped the sweat that didn’t come from the heat of the sun, and a truly rare complaint leaked out from the Muzo Company representative.

—-Chapter 390

“You invited us to a splendid villa the other day, so I thought we were already on friendly terms, but I felt that we do need a chance for the two of us to talk directly.” (Muzo)

After Rembrandt-san and Capli-san, it is Muzo-san now, huh.

I understand that it can’t be helped that the amount of times I will be meeting with the central figures of Tsige will increase, but I thought that we had managed to coexist peacefully with the material gathering Muzo-san without any friction that stood out. 

Depending on how this unfolds, there’s the possibility that a difficult problem will be pushed onto us.

I did have him come in, but it doesn’t change the fact that this is one heavy situation.

I think we are doing pretty well in coexisting with the Bronzeman Company, so it was an intention of mine to have an exchange of ideas in the near future. 

The restructuring storm and Batoma-san seemed to be unrelated to us.

It seems like the relaxing state of before has done a complete 180 and competitiveness has been introduced aggressively, but I don’t have much of a relationship with any place suffering from that aside from the Resily Company, so…this may sound bad, but I thought of that situation as a foreign problem unrelated to us. 

“It is not really to the level that it can be called a villa, but if you have taken a liking to it, it would be my pleasure if you were to go again with everyone.” (Makoto)

“I am glad to hear that. It would have been painful if that were my last time at a hot spring. Now then, as merchants, it would be painful to just waste our time with idle chatter, so I want to enter the main topic at once but… Uhm…how should I be seeing him?” (Muzo)

Muzo-san’s gaze was directed at a corner of the room.

At that place, there’s one man looking at the display. 

That’s right, Patrick Rembrandt.

It has already become customary that, whenever it is the engine exhibition, he would show up.

I have followed his words about treating him as air, and there’s even times when he would stay at business discussions. 

He does serve as a sort of charm that drives away evil intent, but there’s almost a 100% chance that the people who come would freeze in his presence. 

Also, it is hard to wrap things up.

The clients would all pull back as if saying ‘there’s no way I can make a contract on the very day  the top of the Rembrandt Company was present’.

“Argh…I won’t be beating around the bush here. You are on the way here, Rembrandt-san -to a terrible degree.” (Raidou)

“It is okay, Raidou-kun. I hear nothing.” (Rembrandt)

You are answering me with practically no lag-ssu. 

Ah, that relaxed way of speaking from Orosha is still stuck in my mind.

“No matter how close you are, I have to question this degree of business obstruction.” (Muzo)

“Muzo, you probably just came here because your procurement of those so-called rare materials can’t keep up with the demand to a pitiful degree, right? I am not interested in the movements that I have already predicted, so you can speak as you please. Today, I am merely a stain on the wall.” (Rembrandt)

Rembrandt-san didn’t even direct his gaze here, as if he were talking to himself. 

Muzo-san who had a frown was shocked by this.


Muzo-san turned his head here in a way that it felt as if I could hear creaking sounds, and was looking at me as if saying ‘I can’t take this guy’.

So he hit the mark, huh.

The wall stain that has a proper grasp of even what is about to be discussed while he is observing the engine model… It is a stain that a merchant would definitely be unable to ignore.

Of course, we can’t proceed with the talk as Rembrandt-san said.

It has already become a custom here, but it can’t be helped. I should execute it today as well.

*Clap clap*

Right after I finished clapping, the sound of knocking rang in the reception room, and Lime and Shiki entered. 


Lime is one thing, but Shiki?

Even if they can’t be rough with Rembrandt-san, to think Shiki would come as well to take him away… Did something happen?

“Ah! Raidou-kun, a bit more! Just a bit more!” (Rembrandt)

The one being taken away is already used to this, so he already knows that he is going to be forcefully made to leave now. 

“Boss Rembrandt…frequenting this too much is troubling…” (Lime)

“That’s right. If you are so interested in a model like this, buy it like the merchant you are. Ah, Waka-sama, it was purely a coincidence that I was here. It is because of some other business. I had just come back from delivering this.” (Shiki)

Shiki noticed my questioning look and he answered me before I asked.

He had a deck of cards in his hand. 

It is something that was made to have the children of the orphanage get used to calculations. 

It is impossible to think of this world in the same way as Japan, but it is pretty difficult to teach children. 

I thought that it might be a nice way to learn stuff while having that feeling of playing. 

They are simple cards with only single digits on them, and were made with four different bright colors to make them colorful.

Well, I heavily used the trump cards of my world as reference though.

With this, I would have them tinker with the numbers of the cards in their hand with basic arithmetic, for example 21 or 53; well, it is a game where you form the number required.

When they can go all the way to 3 digits, the Merchant Guild’s math problems won’t be too difficult and they will be able to pass it. 

I actually thought it would be fine to teach them the abacus, but…sadly to say, I just remember it faintly, and it is not on a practical level. 

That’s a shame. I should have properly learned it. 

“I see. How were the reactions of the children?” (Makoto)

“A few understood the rules, but there’s still a long way to go. They are on a completely different level from the students I have been teaching until now, so I was also flustered as I taught them.” (Shiki)


“I see. You won’t be going there often, so it is okay for you to continue your planning centered on Rotsgard.” (Makoto)

What is it?

Rembrandt-san is looking silently at Shiki.

Muzo-san is also looking at me and Shiki as if this is a rare sight. 

“Thanks, Waka-sama. Now then, Rembrandt-dono, I will have you take your leave for today. Lime.” (Shiki)

“Yes?” (Lime)

“…No, Shiki-dono.” (Rembrandt)

“?” (Shiki)

“You said just now that it is okay to buy the model, right?” (Rembrandt)

“Yes, I did. It is a mechanism and concept that’s not common in Tsige, but the technology itself that’s utilized isn’t that complicated. If it is just a mere model like this, depending on the negotiations, we can part with it. Waka-sama, as far as I can remember, there were no restrictions in selling what’s on display, right?” (Shiki)

“Well, yeah, I didn’t place any restrictions. A Stirling engine is pretty outdated now. It is quite loud, so there’s the need to choose where to put it…” (Makoto)

Also, I have already done a preliminary check for the ones that looked dangerous. 

“Tomorrow!” (Rembrandt)

“Woah!” (Makoto)

Rembrandt-san approached me at a distance too close for comfort, and suddenly shouted.

“I will be waiting for morning to night until your schedule is open! I would like you to please sell this to me, Raidou-kun! Then, tomorrow!” (Rembrandt)

Rembrandt-san didn’t wait to be led away forcefully by Lime and Shiki. He returned with a blissful face. 

What was all that about? 

“Aah…sorry for the wait, Muzo-san. Now, can you please tell me in detail what brought you here?” (Makoto)

“Raidou-dono.” (Muzo)

Muzo-san was looking intently at the cards that Shiki had in his hand. 

Hello, are we derailing again?

What’s going on with the big shots of Tsige lately?

“What is it?” (Makoto)

“Can you please show me the number game that you do with those cards?” (Muzo)

“What happened to the talk about the lack of the so-called rare materials?” (Makoto)

“Of course I would like to ask your opinion regarding that too, but when I heard about the new thing that was brought into the famous Weitz Orphanage, my interest was piqued.” (Muzo)

“…Lime, Shiki, do you have a bit of time?” (Makoto)

The two who somewhat missed the timing to leave the room nodded at my words.

Then, let’s try this out for a bit with 4 people. 

“Let’s touch them for a bit first then. That would make things faster.” (Makoto)

“Ah, if that’s the case, I will go down and bring some snacks and drinks.” (Lime)

Lime showed consideration and quickly left the room.

Shiki walked to the table where Muzo-san and I were with cards in hand, and gave his greetings once again.

He spread the cards and gave him the simple rules of the game. 

Yeah, it truly is easy to understand.

You have to freely use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with the cards in your hand to form the number required. 

The explanation for when you can’t think of a way or can’t form the numbers and have to change your cards in the hand were thorough and easy to understand.

“Currently, as long as you can make the number required, you are good to go. The one that declares the number correctly first wins.” (Shiki)

“Hooh…” (Muzo)

“For example; in a hand of 5 with 8, 8, 7, 9, 5 where the required number to make is 57, you would use 8×8-7 to make it, so if you bring out those 3 cards and present your calculation, you win. If an adult is playing it, there would be limitations to the use of the hand and the card exchanges, but this is in order to have children get used to calculations, so we are using lenient rules.” (Shiki)

…Well, there’s not much spice for adults to play it. 

There’s no doubt it would be lacking. 

The settings for the goal numbers were pretty difficult, so everyone did their best to make them.

That’s how much we want the Weitz Orphanage to show results to a certain extent. 

At around the time when Shiki finished answering the questions of Muzo-san, Lime had returned with the snacks and the drinks. 

Wait, snacks?

There’s steam coming out though.

“I am back. When I went down, Mio-neesan gave me something saying that she wanted Waka-sama to taste it. Since there’s the chance, I thought we could use this instead of snacks. Hehe.” (Lime)

“Isn’t this chawanmushi <steamed tea bowl>?  It is snacks for a card game, so beans or salami would have worked.” (Makoto)

It is hot and it needs a spoon to eat it… Well, that’s fine. 

Chawanmushi is tasty. 

Chawanmushi : Umami packed Japanese savoury egg custard | Chopstick  Chronicles

“This is my first time seeing it, but it smells good. Something more to look forward to.” (Muzo)

“It is a steamed dish that uses eggs… Is there anything you can’t eat, Muzo-san?” (Makoto)

He seems to be happy about it, but there’s cases when depending on what’s in the chawanmushi, people can’t tolerate it, so I should at least ask.

Wait, what’s in it? 

Will Lime know?

“I don’t have any issues with any kind of food. Thanks for your concern.” (Muzo)

“Lime, what’s in it?” (Makoto)

“Bird meat and mushrooms, apparently. If I remember correctly, it is restored amber inky cap mushrooms, water bamboo, and poison fire coral.” (Lime)

Stuff that can be seen in Tsige and things that are rarely seen; it is clearly an assortment of rare mushrooms.

Well, that should be okay then.

“! I knew that it was the right move to come here.” (Muzo)

“?” (Makoto)

“Don’t mind it. Now then, let me play a bit.” (Muzo)

“Understood. Then, you come sit here as well, Lime.” (Makoto)

“Alright.” (Lime)

The raw material gathering Muzo Company, huh. 

It is a place we didn’t have much connection with until now.

I might be able to learn what kind of person he is today.

If I can do that, the time here would be a bit fruitful.

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97 thoughts on “Tsuki – Chapter 389-390: Regular Patrons struggle and a secret crisis (Top-Mid)

    1. u can try this recipe then. a persudo chawamushi if u could call it.
      When u eat cup noodle, leave a bit of the soup (after eating), crack an egg n stir it in then microwave it for a few mins, not too long, u’ll get smtg similar to it. its nice.
      in hindsight, u might be able to find japanese restaurants selling chawamushi in ur locality maybe so try asking.

      1. The chawamushi that the Japanese restaurant near my area sells is the seafood type. It’s main ingredients are shrimp and krabs in which I’m allergic to both.

  1. Ohhh thank you very much for the double chapter

    hyumans are so pitiful and pathetic.

    They are surprised by such simple things, what would it be if makoto brought his GIANTS ROBOTS or his pseudo prototype pc that for now is only a storage of information.

    I already want to see how Makoto makes an industrial and technological revolution and more hyumans realize the great god of wealth that is Makoto.

    While the serial rapist and the Nazi in skirt do nothing and only make things worse.

      1. They do spend a lot as far as we know. His followers don’t really have to report their spending and we know he glances over anything thats less than 4 or 5 digits or something like that not realizing how much it can really add up.

        I wonder if they keep making warehouses for money or if his followers decide to splurge whenever the warehouses get full.

      2. Pretty sure Mio’s food cost alone would bankrupt most companies especially during the karaage incident

      3. If he is holding money in warehouses, he actually should cause deflation, because amount of money circulating is diminishing.

      1. I like to read when ther people are trembling in fear when discussing Makoto’s adventures but I have zero interest in other heroes daily lives.

  2. Thank you very much!

    So, it’s all about Makoto and the Tsige 5 huh? Anyway, good to know about their relation to the mist town.

  3. Thank you for the chapter, I wanna see the reactions of the rest of the factions about what’s happening in Tsiege

    1. Agreed, it’s been a while since tsige independence and progress, i want to see it from other faction pov, what hibiki and limia that related to the goddess strongly thought about this? Fully knowing makoto are lurking behind tsige, what that princess and empire thinking about this? Look like lorel manage to get some profit from tsige, how they gonna deal with this considering they don’t want to go against makoto but their priestess are on hibiki side

      1. Clearly we are being shown how Makoto is expanding his connections with the merchants and wisdom to the orphan children, the moment they all know that Makoto is a hero rejected by the goddess, they will not be able to see him as a threat since thanks to him Tsige It will be modernized, remote and insured from war and without any trace of poverty. only middle and upper class without discrimination, they will be the envy of the villagers of Gritonia, Limia and Aion as they continue to lower their heads before the nobles. Surely in the future the orphans of Tsiege will be the best in all categories of leisure and trade, and without danger if Daena manages to be the new Director of the Academy. Maybe they create new magic arias. I hope to see a showdown between Sairist and the priestess regarding attacking Makoto.

  4. Thanks a lot for the chapter, and I can understand Rembrandt, anyone would be crazy with a sterling engine in a pre-industrial revolution world. Makoto is the weird one for no seeing how marvelous they are.

    1. While “poison fire coral” sounds like the kind of thing you could eat, I would hesitate to try it myself.

    2. These numbered cards… could these be similar to karuta, lettered playing cards to help children learn how to read and write?

      Seems more fun than that, though.

  5. That Chawanmushi looks so tasty. Slurp.

    Rembrandt is like that one friend that does not want to leave your house. He’s not even a guest at this point, now he’s like an attraction at the reception room of Kuzunoha.

    I really wanna know other POV or other nations now.

    1. You remember back in the day, when people could loiter around places, that one guy in the game shop that keeps playing the same demo until the store closes?

  6. while makoto is not exactly book smarts (except myth knowledges)
    he’s not entirely stupid either
    coupled with super talented underlings and you get to progress tech advancement at double or triple speed
    i mean
    makoto is like that catalyst
    drop a bit of some random modern knowledge and see how his underlings evolve it to an unbelievable shits
    anyway thanks for the chapter

  7. So from what I understood, since adventurers are bringing in rarer materials in large quantities it’s stimulating people to buy up all kinds of materials in a frenzy and that’s causing the companies to burn through their stockpiles faster than expected which is leading to shortages.

    Meanwhile Rembrandt is starting to be like a model train enthusiast. It doesn’t seem like he’s interested in the Stirling engine specifically since Makoto mentioned that that engine is already outdated and it will probably be replaced with a more advanced engine once the train lines are up and running. Maybe Makoto should gift Rembrandt a new type of model train so he stops coming by his office.

  8. I don’t know why but I suddenly have the urge to play a Civ game and to roll over the continent of caveman with my gatling guns.

  9. I still remember when Makoto just come to this world, hyuuman didn’t even know concept of “strategic” and only use blessing to brute force in war against demon army just to completely lose to their “dirty tactic” even with 2 heroes help them.

  10. Are you boss of a big company and got big problem looming over your company? Don’t panic, now you can consult your problem with Kuzunoha’s representative. Not only you will solve all your problem, you will get to know misteryous tech and taste new kind of food made of rare ingredients by one of the best chef in the country, for FREE…yes it’s FREE

  11. I guess it might be salty, but maybe if you make sweet it can work too, depends on what you put in it.

  12. Common Sense-chan used to be such a prim and proper girl…now I feel ever since the MC established his company she has given up and become a NEET, not to mention her starting substance abuse.

    let us pray for the recovery of Common Sense-chan, may she properly attend rehab and get well soon.

  13. thanks for chap
    mc……….if u introduce a revolutionary technology evevry week obviously they’d lose their minds .
    and i had the same question exploding “ITS SELLABLE??!”

    lol so called super rare item being used in a snack

  14. Tell Me You Can Without Saying You Can

    Lime: *gives steamed snack*
    Raidou: *proceeds to allergy check*

    1. it’s a Japanese author, writing a story for a Japanese audience, and catering to japanese tropes. If you want to read Light novels, you’re going to have to cope. It’s not going to change to suit your desires. Bitching about it EVERY CHAPTER is getting really tedious.

      1. he isn’t really bitching about it. I’m actually looking for comments like these so I’d know how much focus I should give a chapter before reading it, so in a way it is helpful for casual readers like me.

          1. This is probably lost on the both of you but… What you and valkyrie are doing is actually incomparably more bitchy.

            The guy made a very short (and accurate) comment about the content of the novel; that is literally what the comment section is here for.

            You two however started bitching about his comment which is 100% nonsensical bitching unrelated to the chapter.

            Ya… The irony that me pointing out how shitty and unwanted your comments are compared to his is not lost on me.

            Granted my comment is more mocking (for my amusement) then bitching; not that a thoughtless SJW like yourself would be able to tell the difference.. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

          2. The “card games” and “cooking” comments are fine, since they only describe the contents. What triggered Valkyrie and Lloyd, what they call bitching, is the criticism of calling it “filler”.
            This chapter is not filler at all. It’s actually very plot relevant. But it’s just annoying to see people who call any chapter without action as a filler chapter. It shows zero respect for the story and the author, and shows that they have a very shallow attachment to the story.

          3. Hmm seeing as how you still haven’t responded I’ll understand that as you being unable to find anything new that’s related to the plot

          4. It is a very shallow pov to judge what is plot relevant or not – the author only knows what exactly is and what not.
            That said it is also difficult to say that before hand, but as much as I can tell thats not a side story because it is actually the postwar situation/growth of tsige as a nation.

            We have seen many parts which are adding onto each other – for example that regular patrons are getting common

            I can understand the point of seeing it as “filler”, but then again every new information which gives the story depth and width can be considered filler.

    2. But that makes it so that when the action comes, it comes HARD since it’s rare. And also, this story leans more about his merchant life as of late and I’m fine with it.

  15. Will Komoe ever have a line again? She just gets mentioned from time to time, but does not apear directly. Kinda curios does she grow like a normal person? Or does just stay a chibi Tomoe for ever.

    1. Thinking back, Tomoe clone had to die before Makoto and Tomoe main started having sex. The clone shared fully sensations with main, and we would not want to watch these scenes, not at all. Rest in peace, lovable clone!

      I was never too interested in Komoe until/unless she gets some development. Up to now, she has no distinctive features, and nothing of any significance related to her existence.

  16. Another nice slow chapter. Cards, snacks and a model train may seem rather uninteresting, but for this world it is progress in education, food culture, engineering and life quality.

    A hierarchy is being formed naturally within the new country based on contribution, just like Rembrandt predicted, and Makoto’s reputation is growing thanks to his knowledge.

    Anyways, slow chapter is appreciated, because there’s detail to the lengthy process of building a nation and you get to see Makoto’s growth.

  17. Drop. This novella has exhausted all reserve of interest. Maybe I’ll come back when the manga replenishes it. But right now it’s just torture. Only about three really important events in the last hundred chapters. There’s hardly any fanservice, and when there is, it’s a couple of dry lines.

    1. I swear, if I see any comment from 3 months ago in the next chapters…
      It is hypocritical to point out that you will drop the wn, but then still end up in the next chapter making comments about what didn’t get your liking that time.

      It is understandable that it gets dry by time – mate I have started reading this novel in Oktober as manga first. But even if it is getting boring I have kept it open, after one mere day of the latest Classroom of the elite Volume i still end up with this story.

      Im not saying that you aren’t allowed to do so – I jsut lost my cool here


    2. I mainly came to this novel looking for those romantic interactions, author really does leave us down on that one.

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