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The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V1C34

Duel with Basteo

 

 

 

 

In Maou Castle, Duvallberg there is a place called the duel hall.

Long ago, there is where imprisoned humans were made to fight with beasts, and criminal demons were made to fight.

The privileged class among the demons would watch that cruel spectacle and enjoy themselves.

I suppose it’s demon like, but starting with the previous world’s ancient Rome, similar events occurred in various places.

It seems beings that possess intelligence, the higher they are the more they come to like blood.

However, even that duel space, ever since the current Maou-sama it hasn’t been used for that purpose.

In short this duel space hasn’t absorbed [Blood] in a while.
Nevertheless, this evening for the first time in a while blood is sure to flow in this duel space.
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The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V1C33

Sorry for not updating and disappearing for while there. Life blindsided me and then school started back up, so I haven’t been able to translate until now. I’ll try to get another chapter out this week, but that’s going to depend on how hectic this first week is. Things should be back to normal next week. Enjoy!

PS A few people worried about whether I dropped this or my other project. Don’t worry I haven’t and if I ever drop a project I’ll make sure to make a post stating that, no matter how long it’s been since I last updated.

The Girl’s Dream and Making Gunpowder

 

 

 

 

I had sworn anew my allegiance to Maou-sama, but two questions welled up.
Why she came all the way to this mansion.
And, how did she notice that I was human.

I tired asking about that matter.

“Since before, I noticed that you held memories from your previous life. Therefore I thought wouldn’t you know the method to make [Gunpowder]. ––––I never thought that even your insides were human though.”

I see, in short I was exposed just before in the bathroom, is what it means.

There’s a barrier spread on this mansion, but if it’s Maou class magic power, then it’s not impossible to breach it.

I was negligent, or rather unlucky.
No, the opponent was bad, is what I should say perhaps.
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The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V1C32

An Unexpected Person’s Visit

 

 

 

 

“It’s impossible even for me.”

That was the first thing the Mad AlchemistMad・Scientist holding the alias of Witch of Black Calamity said.
I’m bewildered by the unexpected reply.

“No, Commander. You’re always speaking full of confidence aren’t you. There’s nothing impossible for me, like that.”

Sefiro who heard those words, “Dear me, did I say such a thing I wonder.” plays dumb.

“I am not a god. It’s not like I can create everything. What is it, that teppou? I’ve never heard nor seen it before. Should I just make an iron tube?”

“That’s not it. No, it’s an iron tube, but pack in gunpowder and iron balls, light that on fire, and fire the ball.” Continue reading

The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V1C31

Sati’s Black Tea and a Surefire Way to Win

 

 

 

 

After reading a letter delivered to us waiting in the anteroom, Sefiro abruptly opened her mouth and spoke as such.

“The duel method has been decided.”
“A 1 vs 1 match?”

I ask.

“That could never happen.”
“No, usually duels are like that right.”

Would that eccentric, odd Dairokuten-sama decide the match with such a simple method?”

Sefiro asserts as such, and starts to explain the duel method.

“The duel method is a 50 vs 50 mock bout. It will continue until either is completely destroyed, or is unable to battle.” Continue reading

The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V1C30

Sorry about the late update. I got really sick over the weekend and I’m only now recovering, ugh. Friday’s update will probably be on Saturday as a result as well. Enjoy!~

The True Intentions of the Girl Called Maou ††

 

 

 

 

††(Dairokuten Maou Point of View)

 

The girl called Dairokuten Maou thinks.

Now then, it was smoothed over like that on the spot, but what should be done.
Like that––––.

Thinking as the overall Maou Army Corps, in a quarrel both parties are to blame.
Sefiro and Besteo, both should punished no doubt.

It’s clear that Besteo holds a rebellious spirit, and Sefiro’s management of her subordinates wasn’t prudent.

If a distinction isn’t draw here, then it will have an effect on the overall Maou Army Corps. Continue reading