The Earth-san Has Leveled Up! - Volume 2 Chapter 10BB.2
[Hey, open to the public] Talking about dungeons PART 331 [yet?].
1, Nameless Dungeon Traveler.
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350, nameless dungeon traveler
＞347, but can’t we do more than this in defense of the dungeon?
Mr. Earth says there are demons out there, but we don’t even know how big they are.
351, nameless dungeon traveler
The only thing we can do is to evacuate people from the cities, towns, and villages where the dungeons have been built.
Can you comply?
352, nameless dungeon traveler
What about announcing the difficulty level of each dungeon?
They said they don’t know anything about class C. Is that okay?
353, nameless dungeon traveler.
You can’t explain the difficulty of dungeons from G to E and then say you’ll keep quiet about anything above class C.
354, nameless dungeon traveler
Wasn’t this announcement premature to begin with?
355, Nameless Dungeon Traveler.
The military is going in overseas too, you know?
Considering the risk of a story leaking out from somewhere and spreading in a strange way, I think it’s a rather good decision.
At least the public has been taught that the E class and above have a very high probability of death if amateurs go in there.
356, nameless dungeon traveler.
I’m more concerned with the fact that politicians are starting to sound religious.
Where is the separation of powers?
357, nameless dungeon traveler
That’s what I’m talking about, the separation of church and state.
I don’t think it’s religious to support a citizen who’s worried about karma.
358, nameless dungeon traveler.
Hey, you’re getting sidetracked. Take that kind of thing to the political thread.
But more importantly, what about the demons whose appearance has been made public?
359, nameless dungeon traveler.
I saw it!
This thing’s got a kick-ass eye, but it’s completely made up of references to stories from all over the world.
360, Nameless Dungeon Traveler.
The spring balloon that Meiko says she fought is also the first small fry character in Samurai Bastard – Zed, released in 2000.
361, Nameless Dungeon Traveler
Oh, I did that too. I couldn’t figure out how to operate it and got killed normally.
362, Nameless Dungeon Traveler
You were using a Super Shamisen controller, weren’t you? I can beat this enemy by hitting 0 or – repeatedly.
363, nameless dungeon traveler
Wait, I’m pretty sure my controller had 6 buttons on the right side…did I have a 0 and a △?
364, nameless dungeon traveler
This guy on the far right is also a small fry enemy from Dragon Fantasia, right?
365, nameless dungeon traveler
They all have sharp knives in their eyes, though.
Does this mean that we’ll be seeing more goblins and orcs in the future?
366, nameless dungeon traveler
It’s a villain from a classic fantasy, and it’s not out of the realm of possibility, but it’s not going to happen the way you’re expecting it to happen. It’s not going to happen, is it?
367, Nameless Dungeon Traveler.
It’s a big deal!
368, nameless dungeon traveler.
What’s going on?
369, nameless dungeon traveler.
If it’s a slip-up, my shield’s magic will burst into flames.
370, nameless dungeon traveler.
I know it’s a slippery slope, but don’t let me use my shield too well!
Everything seems to be missing Meiko!
371, Nameless Meiko Believer.
Call a meeting immediately!
372, Nameless Meiko Believer.
Hurry! Goblins and orcs might be out there!
373, Nameless Meiko Believer
I’ll make a dedicated thread!
374, Nameless Dungeon Traveler
Holy shit, I’ve hardly said anything so far, and now suddenly…
375, Nameless Dungeon Traveler
Be careful. These guys usually blend in with the general public.
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