High Spec Village – Chapter 8

Sorry again for the late release, one of the projects of the company I work on got accepted, and therefore, I had my workload increased for a few days. I have only received one call today to send some documents, so I guess the worst has already passed.

I wanted to finish this one way sooner, since many people were expecting something like traps. I giggled while reading those comments.

Enjoy the chapter, I dont want to make promises, but expect a chapter monday at the earliest. If my workload did indeed decrease, I will be able to translate faster.


(Edit: Changed Leesha to Liscia)


Chapter 8


20 thoughts on “High Spec Village – Chapter 8

  1. Pingback: High Spec Village – Chapter 7 | Kari Translations

  2. The author apparently has not much of idea about survival, making it full of mistakes even for basic things, it is kind of funny to read all the mixed myths. I wonder how much time people spend to made some decent plot.

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  4. he… carried a crossbow while mountain climbing? mmmmmkay, at least it was not teaching them to make traps

    but the over explanation makes it less appealing, if he said he had a crossbow to hunt and eat something the wild way i would have totally believed it, but all his over explanation makes me see it as an excuse to have a crossbow, specially the part about only handcrafter wood, metal and string because it means he carries around a heavy crossbow while mountain climbing just to do practice shoots

    no, wait, how come the people from a hunter village don’t know about making traps? if even the damn rabbits are a threat to adults then the village may have been destroyed long ago, i grew up in a farmer town so it always irks me to see people ignorantly teaching stuff about the life in the rural areas and isekais are enormous offenders in that, i guess i will try to ignore it unless is again so blatant


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