Chikyuu Tenseisha no Koroshikata

Chapter 72 – The Lord’s Daughter Longs for the Wide World 35

«TN: Trigger warning: contains mild gore»

In front of him stood Yuutarou who had gotten his sword back.

He should’ve blown the sword away and decided the match already —

Montavo was confused, but he somehow got his breathing back in order.

— This was within expectations…

Anything can happen in a fight with a reincarnator — Kai told him that.
At least to the extent that the fight starts again.

The arena fell silent.
Nobody could believe what just happened before their eyes.

Even Montavo couldn’t believe it, but even if he didn’t, he had to fight.

He filled his limbs with fighting spirit again.

Then, a fight unfolded just like before.


Yuutarou thrusted, Montavo sideswiped —

“……… ugh …”

Montavo let out a groan from his throat.
Yuutarou’s sword strength increased again. The goddess’ protection kept on increasing.

Everytime their swords clashed Montavo was pressed and pushed back whether he liked it or not.

It was beyond a level he could reasonably oppose already.
Yuutarou was heading towards a predetermined victory. Fighting that was like opposing a force of nature.

But he couldn’t run away.
He couldn’t lose, for the sake of this child —!

Swords clashed.


There was a shock.
A comfortable floating feeling.

When Montavo came to, Montavo’s consciousness had detached from his body and was watching the arena from above.
He was being pushed back and Yuutarou was pushing him back.

— what in the world is this …

The boy’s body was wrapped in golden thorns.
That was probably the sign of the goddess’ warped love.
Yuutarou gained power from the thorns, and in exchange, his life became a plaything.

— Kai, this child, I can’t …


Montavo’s consciousness went back to his body.

Immediately, he received the sword approaching him.
He clenched his teeth and held against the rock-heavy blow.
Blood spurted out from his wounds.
There was a crack sound.
He must have broken a bone somewhere.

But I can’t be timid, Montavo reprimanded his own heart.

Even if I had no chance to win, I couldn’t give up.
I definitely, definitely won’t lose.

No matter how many times Yuutarou rose up again, he will knock him down that many times.


While watching Montavo in the arena, I once again thought about his existence.

Montavo Gilles Gingait.

The third son of a noble.
One of the few prodigies blessed with talent.

I was sure the Narrative Montavo should have gone through went like this:

Being trained in the sword by Phryne, he would separate from his family due to and incident, and set off on a journey with her.
Then he would save people as he fought with the strong ones of the world, and would be adored as a hero.
He would then be bound in marriage with Phryne who received her beauty back.

But his story was set back.

Montavo chose his good-for-nothing family and let Phryne die.

He would then continue to regret betraying Phryne and act the part of a person proud of being bad.


I thought about it again and again.

Why did Montavo decide to betray Phryne? Did he not want to fall to ruin? Did he not want to follow the Narrative he had at the start?

Becase he was weak? Sure, that’s true. That was part of it.

But I was sure that was not all.


— Was it not Yuutarou’s influence?


Two Narratives met in a place and briefly fused.
There are cases where the two completely unrelated Protagonists became friends, and there are those where the Protagonist of one Narrative fell to become the enemy of the brighter shining one.

I was sure Montavo was one of those.
When it was decided that Yuutarou would appear on the stage, a change was introduced in Montavo’s Narrative.

The independent Protagonist known as Montavo would degrade into the first enemy in Yuutarou’s Narrative, the “Gatekeeper”
His fate was overwritten.

Montavo was now struggling to rewrite his Narrative again — but it seems like it would be futile.

So at least —


“I’ll have you defile Yuutarou’s Narrative with your life”


I then undid my transformation.



He no longer knew how many times Yuutarou had thrusted.

Montavo swept aside to stop the thrust —

“—— eh”

The weight disappeared from his hands.
He couldn’t feel the handle he was supposed to be holding.
It couldn’t have slipped away from his fingers, he wouldn’t have made that mistake.
Which means —

— The Demon Sword Ghulcyut had disappeared.


Unbelieable things had been happening again and again recently — but surely he couldn’t have imagined this much.

He had no sword, which meant that he had no way to defend against Yuutarou’s.

He was going to die.

He did not understand the details at all, but that much was clear.

— Ah …

Yuutarou’s sword, wrapped in a vortex of touki.
Death approached, slowly but surely.
On the verge of death, Montavo’s world became slow.

There was no rush.
He couldn’t run anyway.
So panicking is meaningless.

If he was going to die, he will accept death.

That is all.

Death was a possibility ever since he stepped out on the arena, no sense in fussing about it now.

— I’ve heard the stories … but the world really does become slow when you’re going to die …

Because time flowed ever so slowly, Montavo decided to think a bit about what was going on.
Why did his sword suddenly disappear.
Did Yuutarou use disarming magic? But in that case, the Sacrament Cage would’ve cancelled it.

He didn’t know how, but he was sure that somebody must have done something.

— Then it couldn’t be anyone but Kai, huh.

Montavo had already noticed that Kai had his own personal motive.
He had a hunch that this was going to happen.
He understood that he was probably going to be thrown away at some time.

He knew all that.

But he doesn’t begrudge Kai.
Kai gave life to the rotten Montavo.


Just like he promised that day, their bonds were forever.


His gratitude was forever.

Montavo decided to look back on his life again.

He lived an honest life for a while after he was born, but he gradually become clever and piled up evil deeds — but for a little while at the end, he came back to his former self.

He was aware he led a deep life, but when he thought back on it, it was so fleeting.
Almost like a dream.

Within that dream, he had but one regret.

— Phryne …

He didn’t lend his hand to her.

They came to understand each other in the fight the other day, but the regret lingered.

He wanted to show her lots of things while she lived.
Only that —

[— What’s wrong Montavo, why the long face]

There was a voice in his ear.
Phryne’s voice.
In the form of her young self.

It looks like she came to see how he would end.

Montavo honestly spoke out his regrets.

— I couldn’t forgive myself for not choosing you …

[Oh, that. Well, I don’t mind. I was also too impatient. I wanted to hurry and make you a prince, I wasn’t thinking of your feelings. Even though it was your life … Dying as an old woman was my punishment]

— No, all that was … because I was weak …

[Dammit, you’re too honest. Well, you did have some disappointing bits about you. I shouldn’t be saying this about myself but I’m really a top-grade beauty you know. My body’s, like, boing, slim, boing, you know. If you went on a journey with me you’d be all dreamy every night. Ahh, such a shame …”

— …… um, since when were you that kind of character …

[You shouldn’t ask about character when they’re dead, you know. Everything fades. You can have it easier too if you forget all about the past and become an idiot — it was my responsibility that I couldn’t teach you that, too”

— … no, that’s, I don’t want to forget about my responsibility.

[Sheesh, there’s no helping you, is there. Well, if you really regret it like you said —], said Phryne, looking amused.

[You could do it over]

— Do it over …?

[Yes, that’s right. Narratives repeat themselves. The details change a little, but they repeat again and again … if we ever cross paths again. — let’s continue that story]

— Next time … is there … there is, right …

And just with that, he thought he was saved.
He wouldn’t go wrong this time.
Whatever he will be, whatever meddling will happen, he will walk his own path next time.

[But you know, that Motoki guy … Lady Euva’s progeny are always the weird ones, but he’s still a head above the flock. Even when he had feelings he makes clear judgements … he’d make a good assassin. He’d surely give Lady Quira a headache. That goddess gets upset real quick … even though that’s the reason Lady Euva always makes fun of her.]

But even so, said Phryne.

[It hurts my chest that all’s going according to Lady Euva’s trickery. Even though I’m low-grade I’m still a ****. I can at least make little miracles —]

I’ll play a little trick.
So said Phryne.


Yuutarou’s fight against Montavo abruptly ended.

Montavo’s sword suddenly disappeared and Yuutarou’s thrust directly hit him.

There’s no way a body will be alright receiving a blow from a reincarnator —

Bits and pieces flew all over the place.

It was such a gruesome spectacle nobody could make a sound.

Some cried.
Some vomited.

Somebody said — [this is not how it’s supposed to be]

The much anticipated fight shouldn’t have been such a grotesque show.

This is just a murder —

Can someone who did this really be called a hero.

In fact, the fight had been going in a weird way.

Even when he lost his sword it conveniently returned to him, and his enemy’s sword suddenly disappeared.

It was a mystery and a conclusion with a bad aftertaste.


With pale faces, everyone left the arena.



The next day, the town of Coura was in an uproar.

A certain sentence had gone public —


There were voices saying, The fight between Montavo and Yuutarou was rigged

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79 thoughts on “Chapter 72 – The Lord’s Daughter Longs for the Wide World 35

    1. this quira bitch is really make things mess -_-

      lets call naofumi and raph to kill this corrupt goddess…. euva is enough for that world, at least racial war gonna be gone if she become the sole goddess ….

  1. Really an excellent novel, with and underlayer really interesting. Thank you very much for all the chapters translated, without the lot’s of them acquiering my attention, i’d have passed this novel, shame on me!

  2. Thank you very much for the chapter, hoho, mob chara became sacrifice, i kind of liked him just i lillte tiny bit, but if this gets to Yuutaro’s death and the lose of faith in this goodess all the better, i think i hatte cause she reminds me of the bug goodess from Tsuki ga, frankly i want her to get rapped and become cum dump

    1. Urgh, Quira’s a bitch… twisting the original protag Monta’s life to fit her puppet into the world.

      1. That’s like the usual actions of deities though… Like even in normal mythology, you see gods f*cking with the lives of random people because they can.

        Being a deity is probably like being anonymous on the internet x 100. Being anonymous means you can disregard other people’s opinions and say what you want while being a deity is being able to disregard other people’s opinions, actions, anything and DO whatever you want. Give that sort of power to anyone and give them a few billion years and 99.9999% of them are probably more than willing to toy around with lower life forms.

  3. Yuutarou is now prosecuted huh?
    GJ MC!
    Take that you self righteous chuuni!
    Life is not so easy!

  4. wtf why Montavo of all people!? It should’ve been Yuutarou instead! Damn Quira, she better die before the end of this arc

  5. damn… i was starting to like the guy too… oh well…. i wonder what trick phryne had done o.o? maybe he’ll reincarnate to become motoki’s kid or something xD

  6. I don’t really care about Quira finding amusement from using lesser being. Truthfully speaking, I probably gonna do the same as her if I’m in her position. Though What annoy me is her choice of scenario and character which are too boring. Choosing a one dimension chuuni guy who doing cliche stuff while following the path that are laid out without any variable, and even directly intervene. What’s so fun in that anyway.

      1. I think she faked Montavo’s death. She interfered when he should have been cut down, and instead made it look like he exploded into unrecognizable meaty chunks. I bet he’s still alive in some form or another.

        Well, that’s my theory at least.

    1. Agreed! And she seems to know about depth because Montavo was going to be a protagonist that had natural tests of character(Unless he was Euva’s protagonist). So WTH.
      Quira terrible author. Boo.

      I don’t deny I’d probably do the same too. But I’d at least wait til they actually met to have a narrative clash. Better yet, have a “gatekeeper” prepared to begin with and empower him so that they have to work together to leave.

      Actually, I’d prefer if everyone was a protagonist of their own story. Some are more or less interesting than others, but make things an intricate web of intersecting narratives.

  7. Motoki countered the deus ex machina with his own diablos ex machina.

    Dick move, but magnificent dick move nonetheless. “You expected people to revere the hero when it’s clear that a god supported him? Well, I’ll turn the populace’s perception around to say that the goddess is clearly playing favorite.”

    1. It also causes fear and distrust in the populace towards the goddess and her followers to a certain extent. To anyone who watched the match (with the exception of Motoki, his harem, and the dead Montavo) all they saw was how Montavo’s weapon suddenly disappearing after the goddess clearly played favorites and gave Yuutarou his sword back. The first thought anyone would think of would obviously be that the goddess played a hand in the sword’s disappearance and thus she wanted Montavo to die for challenging her favorite follower.

      I’m not sure about anyone else, but once a deity plays favorites like that and shows that they will kill anyone who challenges that favorite, I’d be REALLY hesitant to have anything to do with that deity. If they can kill someone for winning in a fair fight against their favorite then they’ll probably kill you for showing any sort of disrespect to that favorite. Considering how just about everyone watching the fight had cursed at Yuutarou during the fight, none of them are going to want ANYTHING to do with the goddess.

      1. There is also the fact that Yuutarou is the one who challenged Montavo to the duel. Some may see it as the goddess using Yuutarou as a hitman. If she can use her hero to kill a noble what can she do for the common man.

        Following up on the perception. Would the paranoid Lord willingly give his daughter to a boy who is clearly nothing more than a glorified hitman and a tool for a goddess who has abandoned his town? (refering back to the intermission after the priestess arc)
        What would happen to him after the boy has a connection to his funds? Surely once he has his daughter there would no longer be a need for the Lord. And given how blatantly she interfered during the duel, why wouldn’t she have her hero just kill him with no attempt to hide the act.

      2. Yep. One occurence of (fairly benevolent) divine intervention wouldn’t show much of an impact. The plebs would most probably think if they pray to the goddess (like the hero does), the goddess will help them in their dire times.

        But when there’s a second divine intervention, especially something as malicious as depriving someone of means to defend himself – which even resulted in an extreme death – in a supposedly fair and square competition… well, that’s not really befitting the image of benevolence at all, right?

        Hence, Motoki is such a magnificent bastard. He made a split second decision to kill Montavo, right after acknowledging him as his only friend. Even for a bastard, that’s cold, but it’s undeniably the most optimal solution.

        He’d rather have Montavo dies a protagonist than lives on as an antagonist. And he undermines Quiorra’s divinity at the same time.

        Dude’s a boss. Motoki best character 2016.

      3. I’d say the first divine intervention isn’t that benign though… I mean it IS supposed to be a fair and square competition of skills. But the goddess’ intervention of a buff and returning the weapon after his loss makes her look really bad. I mean, intefereing with a fair 1v1 duel already looks really bad in everyone’s eyes.

    2. It’s like one of those WN scenes where the opponent not only cheats, but also injures the other guy to make doubly sure.

      Those moments are always really good at pissing the audience off-provided they care about the victim. Clearly here, the narrative cared about both enough to invoke it.

  8. Damnnnn… we caught up already? Thx for your hard work larvyde.
    I’m waiting for your little trick Phryne, it better be a good trick.

    1. That’s so twisted… I love it😀

      «TN: Aaaaaand we’re caught up with the raws»


  9. 儚き異能は心を映す

    I’m making a recommendation that surely fits the style of this website. This is a very good story I’m sure you would like it. I recommend that if possible it could get translated.
    And it isn’t pure smut but a more adult version of Boku no hero

    Ps. The ntr tag is a false flag and not for the mc.

  10. That Goddess needs lessons in story writing. No one likes a protagonist that is just given everything and never has to work for anything.

    I’m really curious to see what kind of trick Phrynne is playing since it seems like it’s directed at Lady Euva and Motoki.

  11. gods will always be dicks… i mean look a zeus he fucked animals LOL, and married woman and let the husbands catch them in the act. in normal mythology gods fucked with mortals all the time. Look at the stories of reincarnation, the gods tell you its for their amusement so yea man. Gods are fucked up

  12. sigh that left a bad aftertaste, now I’m feeling annoyed both because the tl.note and Montavo’s death.
    Thanks for the chapter anyway humph!

  13. Gender bender incoming. Motoki narrative is finished, and doomed to end with him not becoming the hero because the Goddess meddled with his fate. So Phyryne will forcefully attach Montavo to Motoki’s narrative as a heroine. ( ‘_’)

  14. Tin foil hats for you sir! Tin foil hats for you mam! Tin foil hats for everyone!

    thank you for the chapter!

  15. But at the end of the day… motoki takes away the chance of montavo’s survival by storing back his sword..
    So at a sense.. he discarded montavo.. using his life to broke the goddesses blessing on yuutarou.
    Thats ruthlessness.. imo..

    1. “Even when he had feelings
      he makes clear
      That’s some line from Phyrene, last chapter we knew Motoki already acknowledge Montavo as a friend. But even so, he doesn’t let his feelings to clear his plan

      1. ah forgot to add a few lines– But even so, he
        doesn’t let his
        feelings to hinder him clear his

  16. This illegal loli arc was the longest and most interesting, as expected of forbidden fruit. 🙃

  17. I guess that Phryne’s trick is to NTR the loli from Motoki.
    Taste your own poison bastard😄
    Thanks for the translations!!

  18. “The fight was rigged” huh? Well…That’s not wrong.

    Is nobody going to address the fact that Phryne is apparently some high level spirit(or even low level goddess?) that works for Euva? I really hope her little “trick” means saving Montavo somehow.

    1. I don’t think she works for Euva but she is well acquainted with her. I want to know what she plans to do to mess with Motoki. It doesn’t seem like she plans to get in his way just mess with him a little bit.

  19. So… we caught up with the raws. That’s almost upsetting. Could I get an idea how often this author releases chapters and how long it takes to translate them? I would rather know when to expect than to be waiting on the edge for a while.

  20. Well,motoki is quite a bad boy,considering his personality,I don’t really mind though,after all,the feeling of controling other people is quite….exhilarating

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