My holidays (*cough* mugging session *cough*) has started. Yay (sarcasm). Anyway, it has been a while since my last post. Sorry about that. There are a few things I want to talk about.
Firstly, regarding Skythewood. Under the translators section of these posts, I have put Skythewood as one of the translators. The group does not have a direct hand in this, I just copy batches of text from them. So I put their name here.
Secondly, this chapter, is one that everyone has been waiting for, ever since Book 7 was translated. Have fun. We’re all monsters in the fact that all of us support Ainz in this. Meh.
Lastly, like all of you, I am an anime maniac. So I’m just asking if anyone here plays anime games, like Kancolle, Granblue, School Idol Festival, etc. Just wondering cause in my school, the numbers are 10, 2, and 25, respectively. I think.
Thank you for reading the whole piece. Now, onto the chapter!
Invaders Part 7
Translators: Frostfire10, Henet, Skythewood
Arche panted heavily.
Every time the grass swayed from the wind, her whole body would tremble. Like a small animal, she fearfully looked in every direction.
The surroundings were a forest, and there were many places without light. The spreading canopies of the nearby trees blocked out the light from the sky, and there was almost none on the surface.
Although this environment would normally be difficult for a human being to navigate, in lieu of illumination, Arche used the <Darkvision> spell, which made her surroundings seem as bright as day.
However even if she looked around, her surroundings were filled with undergrowth that could fit a man. Behind that was a giant tree with a width one could easily hide behind. Along with the waving branches, there were countless places she needed to pay attention to.
As an arcane magic caster, if Arche were confronted by a monster which attacked her, she could not get rid of it by herself. Normally, she would have her colleagues to help her, but the ones who would help her, who would provide cover for her, or heal her, were all absent.
Which meant that all she could do was watch out for signs that an enemy was approaching, keep her distance, and flee. She was on edge because she was keenly aware of this fact, and it sapped her mental strength even more than normal.
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