The first two pages just killed me. Took lots of time to understand them. I still don’t know the different between, ダルア, and ダプラ. I think the first one is a normal contract while the second one is like a contract to become the new owner??? Or it had something to do with the previous owner and new owner??? someone have a better definition for me because it appeared a lot in two short stories. ダプラ seems like the more important one.
Beno want to adopt Lutz was funny. Beno admits Lutz only sees Mayne. Another point for my ship.(Told you I was gonna be annoying about it.)
This was a nice chapter. Not sure what all the bell ring stand for in real-life time but Lutz sure is working hard. Lutz realizing the importance of saving was nice. I’m sad that his brothers are still jerks. 頑張れルッツ!
Damn now I feel sympathy for the guild leader. He wanted to help Beno but don’t understand social cues. He just understands business stuff. Funny that his butler says the same thing about him than Mark about Benno. It’s nice that he tried to help Mayne by boasting about her abilities.
Well, I guess it’s over for this book club I don’t know if I will continue with the next volume next week because I have other books to read but it was fun.
ダルア is an apprenticeship where you go to a shop for two years. You are not entrusted with important tasks.
ダプラ is a permanent contract (although there’s a trial period of 8 years or so). Once made permanent, you can do anything in the shop (i.e. you can be entrusted with the shop, but that doesn’t mean it is yours).
But… you are continuing with the series right? Otherwise you’ll never know why your ship is wrong I think you need to read at least volume 7 (so the volume just after the end of the second season of the anime).
I really don’t understand where that assurance comes from, (technically minor spoiler for season 2/book 5-ish) considering you already know it’s impossible to happen . Honest question: is an impossible relationship still possible as a ship? Maybe I just misunderstand what ship means.
Hm… maybe they cut it from the anime? but (I guess it’s a minor spoiler, then; still season 2/ end of book 5 halfway through book 6) it is illegal for them to get married for instance. Also, they biologically can’t have children together. I guess it doesn’t prevent anything from happening, but that would be weird (as in she would keep him as a lover on the side of her official mariage).
I just don’t understand what you mean, I guess.
From the end of volume 5 (or maybe beginning of volume 6, I should check; should be season 2 anyway) we already know that she will have to become a noble. Also, it was already explained that you can only have kids with people who also have magic power (maybe as early as volume 4, but I’m fuzzy on that).
I just confirmed that the second part is mentioned in book 4. I’m checking the first one.
It’s from the prologue of volume 6; I can’t find any prior references (it’s very late here, though, so I might have missed something). Eh, I was one chapter off, not too bad