Löwe von Weltalles (レーヴェ・フォン・ヴェルタレス)
Branches from the 500 DL reward, Grenzen’s volume, of the Tale of the Kingdom of Weltalles.
In Grenzen’s volume, the heroine escaped from her secluded palace before her body could be taken by Weiss and she lived in secret with Grenzen on an island country.
Later, they planned to reunite with Sirius, but the person who appeared a year later was a changed Löwe…
LÖWE VON WELTALLES
The Fourth Prince. His mother had many exploits and came from a famous military family.
He’s quite talented with the sword, although not to the extent of the First Prince.
After the heroine and Grenzen escaped, Löwe was also supposed to run away according to plan, but he was caught by Weiss and tortured.
Due to this, he lost an eye, an arm, and the strain on his mentality turned his hair white.
Perhaps because of this year of gruesome days, he has a more settled air around him compared to before.
WE ARE BACK WITH THE FINAL INSTALLMENT TO THIS SERIES!! Everything gets concluded in an amazing way and Löwe even gets a fantastic new look (I’m weak to men with scars, okay).
R18 content warning.
Weiss von Weltalles (ヴァイス・フォン・ヴェルタレス)
Grenzen von Weltalles (グレンツェン・フォン・ヴェルタレス)
Sirius von Weltalles (ズィーリオス・フォン・ヴェルタレス)
Löwe von Weltalles (レーヴェ・フォン・ヴェルタレス)
ALRIGHT. CRACKS KNUCKLES. Huge thank you to the confidential person who commissioned me to get off my butt and translate this, especially because we’re both desperate for this work to reach 1500 downloads to unlock all the short stories (DUSK OWNS MY SOUL). I know they count the English side too so come on, everyone, don’t let me down LOL. Look at the work I’m doing to share this with everyone!! PS. The first three names are italicized because those are all their pseudonyms and no one knows who they are.
You can purchase this drama CD on the English side of DLsite HERE or the Japanese side HERE. It’s just $17 or so *waggles eyebrows*. Please do note the warnings though and because this is Dusk it’s not just R18 but really dark, including things like grooming, gangbang, drugging, overall madness, and minor gore.
There was a country said to have been founded by a great hero, the Kingdom of Weltalles.
However, the current king was amorous to an extent where it was hard to believe he descended from a hero and there were whispers that if there was a woman he was interested in then he would snatch them, be they a noble or a commoner.
That king had five children born of different mothers.
The eldest son, the First Prince and successor to the throne, Weiss von Weltalles, was a man who excelled in both the literary and military arts and was said to be the “reincarnation of the nation founding hero”. The brilliance of his silver hair, beauty, and valor attracted each and every person.
The Second Prince, Grenzen, had profound knowledge with the arts and his talent was such that merchants from distant lands would come to visit, desiring his paintings.
The popular Third Prince, coming level with the Second Prince, possessed excellent business acumen and was said to be able to “turn stones into jewels”.
The Fourth Prince, Löwe, was an exceptional swordsman. Although clumsy, his honest personality made him be loved by the people.
And then there was the youngest child, the heroine, who spent her days isolated in a quiet and detached palace though she was the first princess.
The reason, which was an open secret not only with the royal and titled nobility but even the common people, was that—
The heroine was not the “real child of the king”.
When the current king forced the heroine’s mother, who was just a commoner, into the inner palace she was already carrying her former fiancé’s child.
Those who descended from the blood of the royal family would have a royal mark without fail and, upon finding out that there was no mark on the heroine’s body, the king loathed her even while establishing her as a princess for appearance’s sake.
And then those around were also forbidden to love the princess.
Ten-odd years have passed since then…
The only one who frequently visited the quiet and detached palace was the First Prince Weiss, who obtained great popularity and power.
The other brothers occasionally visited the detached palace but only to scorn the heroine with their words.
The heroine felt sorrow at such a situation, but she was supported by the gentle Weiss and was brought up to be a pure and docile princess.
However, when the balance between two neighboring countries collapsed, that purity gave birth to a tragedy…