Heya everyone! It sucks to say, but after getting to the second goal last week, someone changed their amount enough to put us back below it. I usually avoid giving readers the short end of the stick, but I’m going to try and take my Patreon numbers a little more seriously as I’m already using a belated payment system for it—rather than upfront—and will still instantly change my weekly chapter amounts. Though even with that said, I’ll still do a second Patron chapter this week. I haven’t mentioned it since it hasn’t been a problem yet, but as I have no intention of ‘screwing’ my Patrons over, I’ll still add chapters to my schedule depending on how close we are to each goal. This just means that there won’t be any GOAL chapters this week. Maybe next week? Here’s to hoping!
… Also, I’m really late in starting this week due to class. Had to solve Project Euler 83 using Dijkstra’s. I decided to also take the chance to learn Python. Took way longer than expected.
- Lazy Dungeon Master — Chapter 190
- Lazy Dungeon Master — Chapter 191 (Patron)
- Inside the Cave of Obscenity v2 — Chapter 4 (Part 3) (Patron)
- The Guild’s Cheat Receptionist v2 — Chapter 2 (Part 2)
- The Guild’s Cheat Receptionist v2 — Chapter 2 (Part 3) (Extra)
- Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 96
Lazy Dungeon Master
There is some weird, open-ended wording going on in the comments/thoughts regarding Core 666’s true form and how it has [Indestructible]. As you all may or may not know, English requires a few things in its sentences that Japanese does not, so I have to assume certain things in order to translate when the JP raw does not explicitly state it. I do not read ahead, therefore I sometimes (often?) have to go back to previously translated chapters in order to tweak lines. I do my best at letting everyone know whenever this happens, but yeah. Just a heads up in case anything seems amiss.
(My hypothesis) All that I can tell is that just how humanoid cores have multiple forms that take varying DP amounts, other varieties of cores can spend DP to strengthen themselves. Aidi invested the Dungeon Battle’s DP into (again, my assumption) an [Indestructible] enchantment for her magic sword that is her true self. Humanization turns a core’s true self into a humanoid shape, so it (AGAIN, assumption) causes the magic sword enchantment to lose effect while she’s in that form. This would not have affected her [Doppelganger].
I wouldn’t recommend taking my thoughts as gospel since I haven’t read ahead, but for those who have been confused thus far… I hope that they might help you make sense of what’s going on.
What I am translating as [Soul Cycle] would literally be translated as [The Circulation of Souls] and is something that appears in quite a few future chapters (I checked… Yay ctrl+f). However, it is sometimes used as a verb despite being introduced and primarily used as a noun. Note that in future cases, I will be retooling sentences as needed to keep using [Soul Cycle] so that we have some consistency. For those who have little or no knowledge of Japanese, just know that adding something like して (shite) or する (suru) can turn a noun into “verb of doing noun”. Well, my explanation will likely appear crude to those who know Japanese, but I’m just attempting to make it as simple as possible. ^^
The Guild’s Cheat Receptionist
I didn’t get around to the donation chapters for this last week. Sorry.
Homework took ages.
Inside the Cave of Obscenity
Some comments have wondered if the current Satia/Frederica are doppelgangers or under mind control. I do not think that is the case. The slime should not have gained true sapience yet, let alone the ability to mimic others completely through a proxy (slime babies).
Only time will tell for sure, though.