NOVEMBER 1, 2016~SILENTWOLFIE
TL: I kind of got rekt for trying something too hard of a subject. The lecturers didn’t like it and I want to fix things before I post it up. Don’t worry, I didn’t drop any series and I’ll be back on November 26/27 for updates on all the series.
I’m still speed TLing the chapter and there might be Engrish or TL mistakes.
Chapter 65 – Mercenaries’ code
Brendel was throughly familiar with the background knowledge in the game. While Amandina’s understanding was restricted to the books, Brendel was was a complete veteran. Even though the captain apparently did not use his full strength, Brendel accurately discerned his true strength.
[About a Mid-tier Silver Rank fighter. At this level, he can match the White-Mane army captain of a full corp, and nearly reaches the strength of a commander. This fact makes it clear that this group of mercenaries cannot be underestimated.]
Leto and the other mercenaries were retired, but they possessed the strength of a Mid-tier Iron Rank fighters, and Brendel thought they were no weaker than the group here when they were at their peak.
He had tried asking Leto a few times about their background, but Leto did not wish to talk too much about it.
On the other side, Capo observed Brendel and felt a strange feeling crawl over his heart. His instinct was almost innate. When he looked at his black irides, they were as calm as though the event earlier did not happen. He had visited many places and seen many important men, consisting of Aouine’s nobles, great merchants, people from the desert and even a couple of mysterious wizards. None of them matched the youth’s demeanor, who gave a faint smile like everything was under his control.
It was a look full of confidence as though he knew everything.
For one moment, the veteran mercenary felt as though the youth had seen through all his secrets. He frowned and shook his head, trying to get rid of the ridiculous notion out of his mind. He did not know that was the truth, and Brendel had seen through everything just by observing him a little longer.
In this age, not many people knew Randonian Fencing, including Capo himself. He had learned the swordsmanship when he was young, and he thought it was ridiculous that it was impossible for the youth to know about it unless he was a grandmaster swordsman.
He noted the girls beside Brendel.
[Their clothes seem to indicate they are from Bruglas… While the citizens of the Grinoires region have similar clothes throughout the region, they are relatively different from the mountain folks.]
Capo wanted to speak about this point, but Brendel had stolen his initiative.
“I take it that you mercenaries are not from this village?” Brendel’s eyes looked past Capo on purpose to look at the mercenaries behind him.
Amandina and Romaine stood quietly on Brendel’s left and right when he spoke. Amandina had learned enough
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