Female Soldier Infiltration Volume 1 Afterword + Extra

I sincerely thank you for picking up “[Female Soldier Has Been Told to Infiltrate the Imperial Magic Academy. What Otome Game? I Didn’t Hear About That?~].” Nice to meet you. I’m the author, Fuyuse. And to all the readers who have been reading this story online—thank you for waiting.

From being in a state of “Chapter One? What’s that, something tasty?” my humble work has now been transformed into such a splendid book, adorned with Tamura Yo’s wonderful illustrations. To those who have read it, those who have left feedback on the site with each update, those who have kindly pointed out typos, and to those who are even reading this afterword—I am truly, truly grateful… Thank you very much.

Supported by warm feedback and ratings, this work has now come to a conclusion as a single book. How was the upgraded version of Raze’s story? If there were any moments where you thought, “Ah, this part is getting interesting!” I couldn’t be happier.

And to those who are reading for the first time, if you feel curious about what happens next, I’ll jump for joy. If you have the time and interest, please come and peek at the author who is being toyed with by Raze. (Wait, huh?)

Since this is my first time publishing a book, I still want to express my gratitude to all the readers who supported me. But now, I’d like to talk a little about the process of writing this work.

I’m the type who tends to like side characters. For example, when I see a devoted supporting character in a romance story, I often think, “Why don’t they choose this one?! I won’t forgive the protagonist.” But if the side character becomes the protagonist, they’re no longer a side character… That’s the kind of philosophical (selfish) dilemma that was fulfilled by the template created on a novel posting site.

The story of someone struggling behind the scenes while the protagonist, who reincarnated as the villainess of an otome game, finds happiness.

That’s how “[Military Girl ~” started. And thus was born “the protagonist (temporary),” Raze-san, but she’s just too capable. She’s too talented, entering the academy with a military mindset, she doesn’t show off. Not being able to see her, what’s up with that? Who on earth came up with such characters and settings? While worrying about that, I wrote this story. (Bitter smile)

Through this work, I truly had many valuable experiences.

To the editor-in-charge who patiently guided this author, who was being tossed around by such a protagonist (temporary), to Tamura Yo-sensei who vividly depicted this work with spot-on illustrations, and to everyone involved in this work during these difficult times, I offer my heartfelt gratitude.



Winter’s End

Bonus Short Story: “Apprentice Beast Tamer”

Captain Cross Bonalt felt an urge to bury his head in his hands as he looked at the scattered remains of the monsters around Lieutenant Harul Dicard.

“You’ve made such a mess. Clean-up’s going to be a pain!”

This was another continent where monsters inhabited—Baluda. Cross was scolding Harul, the self-proclaimed combat maniac who had almost single-handedly defeated most of the prey.

It had been two months since Raze enrolled in the Saint Rior Imperial Magic Academy. Finally, the most enthusiastic fighter of the Cyan Empire’s 537th Assault Battalion, Harul, had had enough.

Well, to be honest, Cross had vaguely sensed the signs of Harul’s impending rampage.

However, he had chosen to turn a blind eye, hoping that Harul wouldn’t explode just yet. Maybe that wasn’t such a good idea…

“Ahh, how boring!”

Harul complained from the bottom of his heart.

He brushed the monster blood off his sword and roughly sheathed it.

“Don’t say that… Complacency is our greatest enemy, you know?”

“Enemy? If something like ZONE VII pops up, I’d gladly let my guard down!”

Now that Raze wasn’t around, they were each fulfilling their duties in their respective squads. And without her leadership, they weren’t allowed to venture deeper into Zone VII.

Therefore, Harul was frustrated by the lack of challenging opponents.

“It’s fine if you want to go off and get yourself killed, but don’t endanger your comrades.”

Harul must have noticed the coldness in Cross’s usually gentle voice. He, who had been boiling with excitement, trembled at the sudden chill in the air.

“…Sorry. Don’t give me such a scary look.”

Having calmed down, Harul apologized sincerely.

Hearing this, Cross breathed a sigh of relief. It seemed he had managed to calm the combat maniac.

Just as he felt relieved…

“Well then, when you get back, I’ll ask you for a spar, Deputy Representative!”

” ………… ” “

Cross’s cheeks twitched at Harul’s smile, which seemed to radiate nothing but malice.

–Please come back soon, Representative. My body doesn’t seem to be able to hold out much longer.

And so Cross’s ordeal continued.

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2 thoughts on “Female Soldier Infiltration Volume 1 Afterword + Extra”

  1. Thanks for the chapter
    I/o Representative, I think it should be Leader or whatever rank that Raze currently hold

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