Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?, Volume 3
I've got my eye on you...
With the help of his new supporter Lilliluka, novice adventurer Bell Cranell is making progress deeper into the Dungeon. With new equipment and new allies, he thinks things are finally starting to go his way...but he's dead wrong! Bell's in a panic, Lilliluka's being cryptic, and Hestia's drunk! The trouble never seems to end in this third volume of the hit comedy-fantasy series!
armor itself had to be considered, this level of Defense was otherworldly. Ottar stood flat-footed on impact, but his massive body didn’t budge. Without taking a defensive stance, he had taken the Minotaur’s attack head-on. Ottar looked like he was a gigantic tree, rooted to the spot, as he delivered his appraisal of the Minotaur. It might have been instinct, but the Minotaur took one, then two steps backward, its eyes shaking in fear. It had learned a little too late that the creature in
in Ottar’s hands. As he had replied in that conversation, there was only one way for him to grow. Freya gave him the order, knowing full well what could happen. This Minotaur would fight Bell. The path Ottar was preparing for Bell was a cruel one, full of thorns. …These might be more than mere preparations. Up until this point, Ottar had encountered many Minotaurs, but felt them unworthy. And all to remove the last chain within the boy’s soul. To bring out the “glow” that Freya desired.
souls shining on top of the wall. Her Acumen Eyes allowed her to see the quality of any person’s soul by color. She had those eyes on a clear, colorless, glowing spirit and an extremely bright, golden pyre of a soul. There was no way her eyes could have missed them. She noticed them training beyond the early morning hours, and had been watching their training session all day. “And yet…things are getting interesting.” A small smile formed on her lips as Freya ran her fingers through her silver
contact with the young Amazonian girl sporting a long pareu-style skirt around her waist. “Tiona…” “You’ve had a strange look on your face all week, Aiz. If something’s troubling you, I’ll help you out!” Aiz’s cheeks warmed as she saw a friendly smile bloom on the young girl’s face. Just as Aiz was opening her mouth to say, “Thank you”… “Don’t even think about it, Aiz. Talkin’ ta Tiona ain’t gonna solve jack. You’ll just get led ’round in circles.” “Get lost, Bete! I’m talking with Aiz, so
badly damaged that they looked more like hooves. With all four limbs on the ground, it lowered its head. Its hindquarters up high, the Minotaur had become in essence a raging bull. Bete and every one of his compatriots stood silently, completely focused on the battle. The Minotaur had been pushed all the way into the corner of the room, and its only way out was to charge through Bell. It still had its trump card: the sharp horn on top of its head. And it was aimed right at Bell’s heart. The