Orc Hero Story - Discovery Chronicles - Chapter 31.3
“It is not easy to be called.”
“It’s because you’re restless, Zell. Ambushes take time.”
“Well, I’m the fairy among fairies. I’m not good at sitting still. When I sit still, my inner fairy whispers to me: What are those wings on your back for if not to be flying? Want to hear it again? My time in the Valley of the Centaur…”
That’s when Zell was about to tell an epic from when Bash was not yet on the battlefield.
A scream was heard.
“W-What, what’s going on!?” Zell shouted and looked around. The eyes of the people around her were staring directly at Zell. It was no wonder. Zell was a superstar of the fairy society. When she’d get around to telling an epic, everyone would scream with excitement.
But that wasn’t why. One of the Beastwomen, dressed in silk kimono and tiger skin like a bandit, was pointing at Bash. Everyone’s eyes focused on the Orc Hero. Bash was also a superstar of the Orc Society, so it was no surprise…
“What on the world is an orc doing here?!”
“Hey, there’s an orc attacking the women!”
“Guards! Where are the guards!?”
“Get him out! No, you’d better beat him together!”
The women’s screams set the place in an uproar. Some tried to get away from Bash, others tried to call the guards, and others rolled up their sleeves and approached him. Although it varied, even Bash, as expected, understood that he was not welcome.
“Wait a minute! This man is no ordinary orc! He is the most powerful orc in the land, the only orc given the title of “Hero” thanks to his exploits in war, and he was even brought here! The masked man who brought him here…”
Zell tried to plead for Bash, but no one would listen. Next thing she knew, the Orc Hero was surrounded. Unfortunately, all the men were surrounding Bash.
“What’s all the noise, what’s all the commotion?”
Then, from the back of the room, a voice was heard. Bash turned his head and saw three beautiful women who made him swallow saliva. Each had a different degree of bestial features, but all had ample breasts and plump thighs. And they wore more colorful clothing than everyone present. When the girls saw Bash, they stopped their movements with a start.
“You see, princesses…”
“For some reason, there’s an orc in this room.”
“Don’t worry, we’ll get him out of here right away.”
Princesses. Hearing that word, Bash’s mind unlocked a memory. The Six Princesses of the Beastmen. Six beautiful princesses born by the Beastmen’s Queen. All six were rumored to be immensely beautiful, strong and wise.
“…They are beautiful.”
In fact, the three before him were also the most beautiful women Bash could imagine. There was one princess who had fur like that of a black cat, golden eyes and a lithe body. Another had fluffy fur, dark eyes and a buxom figure. And the last princess had slightly stiff fur, blue eyes and a stocky body like a hunting dog. All three different from each other. They were sisters with varying degrees of beastly features, but all would agree that they were beautiful, just as the rumors said.
But the three had heard no such words. They looked at Bash and their eyes widened. The smiles that had been on the faces of all three had disappeared, and their pupils dilated.
The moment one of the three said that in a whisper, the noise stopped. All those who stopped were of the Beastmen Race. The elves and humans, though confused and bewildered, were not making as much noise as beastmen were.
And in the Beastmen’s eyes, whose confusion had subsided, there was another emotion swirling in them. They all turned their gazes toward Bash. Looks of hatred.
“There are many who do not know your appearance, but there is no one here who does not know your name.”
The princesses advanced to Bash’s front. At the same time, strong men who appeared to be their guards also stepped forward to protect them. Their faces were also lined with expressions of hatred. At the same time, they also seemed to realize that they were provoking someone they should not be fighting, and they also seemed to be afraid of death.
“Bash, the Orc Hero! The one who killed our uncle, Leto, the Beastmen Hero!”
Leto, the Hero. He died in a battle in the Lemium Highlands. He fought the Demon King Gediguz and died with honor. That’s how it was supposed to happen. But the truth was a little different.
In fact, Leto, the Hero, did fight the Demon King Gediguz.
The human prince Nazar; Sonia, the Archmage; the Beastman Hero, Leto; the dwarf Doradora Do Banga, the War Fiend. Together with more than a dozen others, they infiltrated deep into enemy territory, fought the Demon King and defeated him. The sacrifices were heavy. Almost every member of such a suicide squad died in battle, including Doradora Do Banga, the War Fiend. But when Gediguz died, Leto was still alive. He did was alive, although his entire body was covered with wounds. If anything, he had more energy than Thunder Sonia, who had fainted when her magical powers were exhausted.
But then, a lone orc appeared. A single orc. The green demon that was rumored on the battlefield at the time. Bash, the future “Orc Hero”.
Nazar and Leto tried to fight. But their opponent was Bash. It didn’t matter that they were the Beastmen Hero and the Human Prince, there was no way they could win with wounds all over their bodies, and they were defeated in an instant. But if Thunder Sonia had been awake, if Doradora Do Banga had been alive, the story might have been different, but Nazar was wounded and Leto’s strength was at its limit. And there, right in the middle of enemy lines, they knew that, if they fought for too long, another enemy would probably emerge. So Leto, the Hero, said, “Leave this to me”.
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