蛇 (because they are snake-like)
Also 闘 (because they battle)
I actually added 闘蛇 to my IME on my laptop so I could type it directly, but I don’t know how to do that on my iPhone. Typing たたかい (delete い) then へび is annoying.
Thank you haha.
@seanblue how do you add it on pc??
I don’t remember the steps offhand. I’m sure there’s a guide somewhere online.
Right click on the “A” or “あ” in the taskbar to the right, there’ll be an “Add Word” context menu item. This is the same for Microsoft and Google IMEs.
Oooh, thank you!!!
How have I never found that out. I found it for 王獣 but not the other.
this could be useful
Wee! I made it just on time!
For those wondering it took me 48 minutes to catch up
For all three parts or just this one?
That’s what I want to know! xD
For all 3 parts that’d be a page a minute (accounting for the half pages), which is… pretty impressive.
And would also explain the 50-100 pages @Naphthalene reads in a day.
For two parts plus one page at the time of posting. You know, since that meant I was “reading along”.
I took ~20 min for the third part alone (hard to say exactly since I did spend an unknown amount of time on the forum in between).
That sounds close to my current reading speed? Although it’s probably more 1.5 min per page.
I have seen some crazy improvements since I started my 多読 thread last year
What, an actual question posted in the weekly discussion thread?
Question around 12-13%
I’m getting thrown off by the negations here. Take 祖父のように、闘蛇を大公のために育てていたのではない for example. Is this saying that unlike the grandfather, the mother didn’t raise the 闘蛇 for the sake of the アルハン? And if she did feel that way (raising them for the sake of the アルハン) she probably wouldn’t have felt so negatively towards using the 音無し笛 and 特滋水?
Yup exactly what you said. (Unfortunately, a boring answer. Or fortunately!)
Nah, it’s okay, I still appreciate the answer. I was really confused when I started writing the question, but I was more confident in my understanding by the time I finished.
I was bad this week and just finished reading so I missed the read-aloud. And there were so many readings I wanted to find out about too…
The chapter was interesting. As someone already said, it doesn’t seem like having a whole school know is a great method for keeping secrets, but oh well. It seems it’s just a matter of how long it will take to leak at this point.
You got me with the fake spoilers.
I just finished this part. Strangely the whole section with エサル explaining what happened to the teachers hooked me and I ended up staying up late reading most that in one go where I would usually start falling asleep after a couple of minutes.
I really liked how this section ended but I have a feeling that it might be one of エリン’s last nice scenes for a while…
Very late (sorry!) but I still got a question.
14% (on the last page or so)
- Does this mean “In the face of Esaru, who thought that it is a frightening person who has some hidden agenda, …”? I’m a bit confused because the current narrator is Erin, so how would she know for sure what Esaru is thinking?
- Who is this frightening person? We have not heard about other persons for some time at this point… The only person I could imagine here from the context is Aruhan??
Thanks for any insights!
Erin thought Esaru was a scary person with a hidden agenda. But in Esaru’s face in that instance Erin saw the looks of a mother on top of that. And that look was 不思議.
That’s a really loose translation and I skipped some aspects, but hopefully it helps.
Makes perfect sense now, thanks a lot!