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Light Beyond 3 ~ Chapter Thirteen ~

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The anti-saint faction’s assault came to an end without seeing much blood.

It was clear to everyone that the greatest achievement lied with the king and Saint Celiastina. Around the count of two hundred soldiers in that spot witnessed everything and, among the surrounding residents who stayed at home without evacuating, there were a number of those who secretly watched the situation.

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 4.5 ~

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Chapter 4: Adversity Tests the Character of a Man

Around the time she started to become accustomed to life in Shinga, a letter from a neighbouring ally arrived.

On the way to negotiations, Masanobu told her there was something only she could do…

Chapter 4.5

[MASANOBU]: “This is the end.”

[SOLDIER]: “Guaaagh…!”

[YUZUKI]: (A-Amazing… Masanobu-san was this strong!)

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Baroque Meiji Kyouraku Yorutan ~ Hiiragi Kain ~

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Hiiragi Kain (柊 加音)
CV: Furukawa Makoto (古川 真)

Tales From the Meiji Pleasurable Nights

You, a noble lady, spent your days in melancholy due to the existence of a fiancé determined by your parents. At that time, you heard rumors about the high-end brothel, Baroque, that existed at the edges of the capital. It was said everyone hid their identity there and freely enjoyed a night of passion.

If you were to marry an unfamiliar partner like this then, at least once, with a person you chose yourself… That thought made you knock on the doors of Baroque.

The one who greeted you was Hiiragi Kain, a male courtesan with a calm atmosphere. You were strongly drawn to the kind Kain and went to Baroque many times; Kain also reached out and established a bond with you.

However, eventually the day you had to meet with your fiancé arrived. The one who awaited you at your fiancé’s mansion was a young man with cold eyes. And his face was exactly alike to Hiiragi Kain.

(Honestly, I’m trying to control the projects I’ve started and I debated hard on whether I wanted to translate this series. But I caved because the writer is godly, okay, and these stories are so evocative and touching, especially Vol2 and Vol3. Mikado Ren is also the scriptwriter who did the Rouge et Noir series which owns my soul. FORGOT TO WARN THIS IS R18!!)

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 4.4 ~

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Chapter 4: Adversity Tests the Character of a Man

Around the time she started to become accustomed to life in Shinga, a letter from a neighbouring ally arrived.

On the way to negotiations, Masanobu told her there was something only she could do…

Chapter 4.4

[YUZUKI]: “Haa… haa…”

[YUZUKI]: “Masanobu-san, it hurts…”

[MASANOBU]: “Bear with it a while longer. It’ll be over soon.”

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 4.3 ~

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Chapter 4: Adversity Tests the Character of a Man

Around the time she started to become accustomed to life in Shinga, a letter from a neighbouring ally arrived.

On the way to negotiations, Masanobu told her there was something only she could do…

Chapter 4.3

[SHINGEN]: “Come on, what’s wrong? The skills of your country’s best is leaving me in tears, you know?”

[SOLDIER]: “Bastard!”

[MASAKAGE]: “Woah there, it’s too early for trash like you to fight Shingen-sama!”

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 4.2 ~

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Chapter 4: Adversity Tests the Character of a Man

Around the time she started to become accustomed to life in Shinga, a letter from a neighbouring ally arrived.

On the way to negotiations, Masanobu told her there was something only she could do…

Chapter 4.2

[YUZUKI]: “Shingen-san, are we really going to war?”

[SHINGEN]: “Nah, today’s just for a declaration of war.”

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 4.1 ~

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Chapter 4: Adversity Tests the Character of a Man

Around the time she started to become accustomed to life in Shinga, a letter from a neighbouring ally arrived.

On the way to negotiations, Masanobu told her there was something only she could do…

Chapter 4.1

[SHINGEN]: “Hagh! Hyaagh!”

As usual, while Shingen-san and the others were zealously training this morning, I was watching over them until my turn as a herbalist came.

[SHINGEN]: “HAARGH!”

[YUZUKI]: (Shingen-san… what amazing force.)

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 3.5 ~

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Chapter 3: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

As Shingen’s “herbalist”, she set out to search for a rare medicinal plant along with Masakage.

What was in front of them there was something more troubling than yakuma…!?

Chapter 3.5

In front of our eyes, when we left the hunting hut, stood that Uesugi Army commander.

[KAGEMOCHI]: “As I thought, I was correct to return.”

[MASAKAGE]: “Bastard…!”

[KAGEMOCHI]: “I am of the nature where I am not satisfied until I see the corpse. This time, I have come to stop your breathing for certain.”

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 3.4 ~

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Chapter 3: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

As Shingen’s “herbalist”, she set out to search for a rare medicinal plant along with Masakage.

What was in front of them there was something more troubling than yakuma…!?

Chapter 3.4

I somehow carried Masakage-san, who collapsed fighting the Uesugi commander, to a resting place and waited patiently for Masakage-san to wake up.

[YUZUKI]: (If I had stopped him when we entered Uesugi’s territory…)

[YUZUKI]: (But why would Masakage-san do such a reckless thing…)

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 3.3 ~

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Chapter 3: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

As Shingen’s “herbalist”, she set out to search for a rare medicinal plant along with Masakage.

What was in front of them there was something more troubling than yakuma…!?

Chapter 3.3

[MASAKAGE]: “Alright. You hide there. Things have gotten interesting with this guy!”

[YUZUKI]: “Wha!? W-Wait a min–“

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 3.2 ~

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Chapter 3: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

As Shingen’s “herbalist”, she set out to search for a rare medicinal plant along with Masakage.

What was in front of them there was something more troubling than yakuma…!?

Chapter 3.2

Chasing after Masakage-san who left first, I hurried towards the castle gates.

[YUZUKI]: “I’m sorry to have kept you waiting.”

[MASAKAGE]: “You’re so slow, geez… So? What herbs do you need today?”

[YUZUKI]: “Right, they’re drawn in this book. This one and this one. Also… ah, I want to try looking for this one too.”

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SNB Takeda ~ Chapter 3.1 ~

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Chapter 3: Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

As Shingen’s “herbalist”, she set out to search for a rare medicinal plant along with Masakage.

What was in front of them there was something more troubling than yakuma…!?

Chapter 3.1

Several days after I became a herbalist of the Takeda Army– I was spending fulfilling days at Masanobu-san’s side, repeatedly putting into practice the ways of preparing medicine that I was taught.

[YUZUKI]: “Masanobu-san, I’ve finished mixing the medicine. How is this?”

[MASANOBU]: “Let’s see, let’s see… Mhm, well done. You really are quick on the uptake.”

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SNB Shingen ~ Awakening ~

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[YUZUKI]: (Shingen-san… I wonder if he’s okay.)

Takeda Army’s base camp. I was there waiting for Shingen-san’s return while surrounded by soldiers.

[YUZUKI]: (The enemy’s forces seemed large and there’s been no reports on Shingen-san and the others… I hope everyone is safe…)

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SNB Nobuharu ~ Awakening ~

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[NOBUHARU]: “Hraaaagh!”

[NOBUHARU]: “Ha ha ha! What’s wrong, what’s wrong? Isn’t there anyone with more spirit here!?”

[NOBUHARU]: “It appears that this battle will end in our victory as well!”

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SNB Masatoyo ~ Awakening ~

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[YUZUKI]: “Haa… haa… It’s surprisingly far from the castle to the main camp, huh…”

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