Prince using the same ship.“


“Huh? …So she really meant it… back then?“


That woman who came with the Kingdom’s food aid as the interpreter… I was surprised by how she was more diplomatic than that man who claimed to be a diplomat.


She was a talented woman who cooked incredibly delicious food, instantly saw through the imminent collapse of Imperial Japan, and, above all, skillfully mastered Imperial Japanese, a language no one could understand.

Before she left Imperial Japan, she said she would devise a countermeasure against Over and come again around summer, but no one believed her.


A countermeasure against Over.


There’s no way Imperial Japan didn’t try to think one up.

Unlike the Kingdom, which had run out of magic stones and had no magician for decades, Imperial Japan had everything when Over had just began propagating.


It had magic stones, a magician, and excellent samurais.

In particular, the research for putting the abundant magic stone resources to greater use was progressing well.
Many magic stone devices had been invented by the mechanic team led by the genius of the century, Hiraga.

Looking back at the country’s history, Imperial Japan had never advanced this tremendously in such a short time.


Despite that, Imperial Japan still couldn’t do anything about Over‘s propagation and was now heading towards ruin.

Melsa Stuart, too, might be gifted.

But, the Kingdom had no magic stones or magicians.
Even if there was a genius in the country, there was nothing that could be turned into a weapon.


I didn’t want to give any more false hope to our Imperial Japanese citizens.


We have come up with elaborate plans repeatedly, given them hope many times over, and let them down over and over again.

Everyone was already tired.

Everyone had already given up.


Everyone had finally accepted their fate to perish.


Our only wish was to spend the time we had left peacefully.


We didn’t have any more fortitude to hope and be disappointed again.

Our hearts had grown too weary.

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