A Harem in the Fantasy World Dungeon Volume 3 Chapter 1 Part 12

Chapter Count for the Week: 1 out of 3 Chapters

It’s time to shop for some wands. Anyone getting Harry Potter vibes from this?

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And as usual, have an enjoyable read.

About DarkHeartedAlchemist

A Polish freelance translator/English Philology student/Light Novel author wannabe who ended up here while just casually strolling through the dark alleys of the internet. My romance with anime and manga began a decade ago with animes like Spice and Wolf, Code Geass, Toradora, Highschool of the Dead and Eureka Seven. When it comes to manga, my gateway was Fullmetal Alchemist, and my all-time favorite is Mochizuki Jun's Pandora Hearts, but I'm no stranger to some good old shounens o romantic comedies. Oh, and don't even get me started on all things hentai; if I had a dollar for every one that I watched/read, I would have made a fortune years ago *cheerful laughter slowly descending into worried one* ... please send help, there might still be some hope for me. Tasteless jokes aside, I hope you will find my translations to your liking, and if they manage to brighten up your day, even if just a little, then it means that I did my job right.

2 Comments

  1. (TL Note: kinda weird that a Japanese person would know what the meaning of the word honest is in English considering that them being notoriously bad at english is basically a meme now, but oh well…)
    ^-they may be terribly bad at English, but they seem to be quite fluent in German and meh in Spanish, which may allow them to make the connection (mainly because it’s a Latin root and, particularly in Spanish and Portuguese, “honesta” means “honest woman” specifically).

  2. (TL Note: kinda weird that a Japanese person would know what the meaning of the word honest is in English considering that them being notoriously bad at english is basically a meme now, but oh well…)
    ^-they may be terribly bad at English, but they seem to be quite fluent in German and meh in Spanish, which may allow them to make the connection (mainly because it’s a Latin root and, particularly in Spanish and Portuguese, “honesta” means “honest woman” specifically).

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