Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 7 part 2

Initially, my plan was to harvest the Jiraiya Oaks fruit and then visit the Kijin village. However, considering the current circumstances and Suzume’s feelings, I decided to head straight to the village.

When we arrived, it was just as I expected—there was nothing left.

The remnants of once-standing houses remained, some charred and destroyed as if crushed by massive monsters. None of the houses retained their original shape.

Suzume walked sadly towards the edge of the village, gazing at the ruins.

Curious about her destination, I followed her. Suzume stopped in front of a row of small stone towers. It … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 7 part 1

Chapter 7: Stampede

Miroslav, who joined the “Bloody Sword,” started living in my house for the convenience of consuming her soul. It seemed like she had the same intention, so the transfer was completed. As a result, there were some changes among the clan members.

The thing that worried me the most was the relationship between Miroslav and Luna Maria. Well, it wouldn’t be accurate to say that. After all, I was the one who caused their relationship to break apart.

Even though Miroslav was following my orders, she indirectly enslaved Luna Maria. And Luna Maria was well aware of … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 6 part 5

“Sora, thank you! Thank you so much!”

Three days ago, Lars had repeatedly expressed his gratitude and relief with a grateful and relieved expression when I returned from the Skim Mountain with Miroslav.

His face looked even worse than before, indicating that he hadn’t gotten enough sleep since I left for the rescue.

From Lars’ perspective, this incident was a failure on his part—it ended with him repeatedly being the first to lose consciousness during the fight against the Lord of Flies. His own insecurities had once again endangered his comrades. He must be genuinely frustrated by that.

After confirming … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 6 part 4

“This is an oversight that cannot be overlooked, Sir Elgart. I assume you are already aware of this without my needing to point it out. After all, you are a first-class adventurer.”

Upon hearing that voice, a mixture of disgust and sarcasm, Liddell, who was standing behind Elgart, couldn’t help but lower her eyebrows at a steep angle.

She unintentionally opened her mouth but quickly remembered the other person’s position and refrained from speaking.

If Elgart was the guild master of the Ishka branch adventurers’ guild, the other person before him was Sergei Uri, the guild master of the Horus … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 6 part 3 

I couldn’t discern the expression on Miroslav’s face upon seeing me. All I knew was that she collapsed like a broken doll, unconscious.

A sense of foreboding washed over me as I observed her fall, prompting me to leap off the saddle and avoid the predicament of Kurausora having to descend. While the impact of the landing should have resulted in severe injuries, I fortified my body with energy, enduring the impact.

Rushing towards Miroslav, I found the red-haired mage completely unresponsive. She didn’t react to my calls or even a gentle tap on her cheek. As previously mentioned, her … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 6 part 2

However, their movements served as bait for Miroslav, who ruthlessly launched magic at their backs.

One, two—the number of monsters instantly diminished.

In the end, only one out of the seven harpies managed to escape. Miroslav had successfully dispatched six harpies in a short battle.

Solo hunting in the mountain had yielded a favorable outcome.

As if verifying this fact, Miroslav’s body trembled. She paused for a moment to confirm her increased level, and then her expression shifted to a combination of joy and relief. She clenched her fists tightly.

Afterward, Miroslav immediately moved away from the area.

This was … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 6 part 1

Chapter 6: Broken Sword

In front of Ishka’s house, Lars gazed at me, his face filled with urgency, and bowed deeply, almost as if prostrating himself.

The suddenness of his actions caught me off guard. I had no obligation to entertain Lars’ request, but his weakened state piqued my curiosity.

On another note, I couldn’t help but wonder why Lars was alone. I expected Iria’s absence, but what about Miroslav?

I invited Lars into the house to hear his story. The house was quite dusty from our prolonged absence, but Lars seemed unconcerned and impatiently pleaded, “Please, help me.”

After … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 5 part 5

Well, those things happened, but anyway, I’ve already talked to Duke Dragnote.

I will proceed with my plan to return to Ishka. If necessary, I will travel to the capital on Kurausora.

When I mentioned this to Duke Dragnote during dinner, Claudia was the first to react.

“Father, I also want to go to Ishka with Sora-san!”


Duke Dragnote blinked several times at his daughter’s unexpected statement.

“What are you saying all of a sudden, Clau?”

The duke asked, astonished. Claudia, on the other hand, spoke a few words with a cheerful smile.

“As a hostage, Father.”


Those … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 5 part 4

That’s right, despite Jijinbo’s defeat, the undead monsters he had brought along still raged outside. The turmoil in the royal capital, which reverberated even within the confines of the estate, was proof of that.

Perhaps these were Sora’s final efforts. His face tensed, and he finally collapsed onto the decaying ground. Sora’s face met the dirt.


Claudia swiftly settled on the ground, lifting Sora’s head and cradling it in her lap. She wiped away the mud from his face with the sleeves of her clothes, disregarding their soiled state.

Afterward, with the help of Suzume, Seal, and the maids … Read the rest

Revenge of the Soul Eater Volume 2 Chapter 5 part 3

The soul equipment stemmed from the same source as its user. It lived and existed, albeit with a different meaning from that of a human. It likely possessed its own will.

While Jijinbo subjected his other half to immense suffering, he gleefully continued speaking.

“Allow me to share one of the secrets of magic. Magic in this world is accompanied by a ‘Positive’ element. For example, ‘Grand Fortress,’ the eighth-grade earth magic. In the case of ‘Flame Princess,’ it is fifth-grade fire magic. Very few magicians understand the concept of ‘Positive.'”

Jijinbo explained.

This concept normally does not exist in … Read the rest