The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V2C16

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Message to Subordinates






“Ike-sama’s going to the south?”

That’s the first thing Lilith says when I explain the situation.
Next, “I’ll go too” and tries to start getting ready for the trip, but I stop her.

“No, this time Lilith will be staying here.”

Naturally, she raises complaints.

“What do you mean by saying that Ike-sama’s companion isn’t this Lilith. There’s no uncertainty in my power, ingenuity, and loyalty, and I’ll even serve you at night.”

“……setting aside the last point, I’m valuing your power highly. That’s why you’re staying.”

The White Rose Knights Alistair’s attack, the dwarf king Gunther’s rescue, if it were fighting places like those, then it would be fine to take this girl along, but it won’t be like that this time. Continue reading

The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V2C15

Wishing for Coffee






The 7th Army Corps splendidly removed the enemy knight orders that captured Arsenum.

The original plan was to ride that momentum and invade all the way until Rosaria’s royal capital Leazas, but that was rejected on the spot.

Apparently the enemy army just now was no more than the Multiple King Alliance’s advance party.

Currently, the numbers of the Multiple King Alliance that have gathered in Rosaria’s royal capital have swelled to the tens of thousands.

Naturally, Sefiro the 7th Army Corps’ commander isn’t foolish.

Proposing not, “Here let’s temporarily withdraw and watch the state of affairs” she ordered, “Everyone return to your posts.”

When I heard that, I first withdrew my troops and headed back. Continue reading

The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V2C14


Beio’s and Kushana’s Recollection ††






††(Werewolf Beio and manticore Kushana Point of View)

The rescue of Arsenum ended, on the way back, the werewolf Beio didn’t utter a single word.

It’s rare that Beio doesn’t chatter.
The manticore Kushana thought so, but purposely didn’t touch on that.

Since he thought that having been shown Ike’s splendid tactics just before tore up his pride.

If he to make words of consolation here it would have the opposite effect.

He thought as such and remained silent, but surprisingly Beio honestly spoke his heart.

“……that Ike’s amazing, right.” Continue reading

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The Miracle of Arsenum






The 7th Army Corps vs the Multiple King Alliance battle occurred at exactly mid-day.
The opponents numbers are 10000.
If we fight them directly there’s no chance of victory in the first place.
The veteran manticore Kushana advises me.

“We should launch a night attack here shouldn’t we?”

No, I shake my head.

“Humans are used to battle with the Maou Army. The preparations for the battlefield should have been adequately done. There should be magicians that use IlluminationLightand《DetectionSearchexpertly.”

“That’s true.”

Kushana agrees. Continue reading

The Maou Army’s Strongest Magician was a Human V2C12

3/5 This chapter gave me a scare, I thought I saved over it, luckily I just misnamed the file~

The Brigade Commanders Who Gather






One after another, the 7th Army Corps’ brigade commanders gather in the town of Ivalice.

Currently, there are 8 brigades in the 7th Army Corps, and seeing the town I rule it seems they’re shocked.

First having the nickname Demolishing War Demon, the troll brigade commander raises a shocked voice.

“This is that town of Ivalice!?”

If I remember right, this troll and the commander Sefiro should have been selected for the capture of Ivalice.

I’m sure the appearance of the gate the commander demolished with Meteorite FallMeteor>Strike is stuck in his brain.

It seems he is surprised at the gate that became more splendid than before it was destroyed. Continue reading