My attack stat… – V6 Chap 173 – Perhaps, Too Much Skinship

After returning from the Divine Isles, we unloaded a treasure trove’s worth of Resonance Stones in front of Queen Katalina. Giddy with the prospect of her new inventions, she picked up one of the smaller ones and examined it before walking toward her lab. Before she got too far, she paused and gave me a

My attack stat… – V6 Chap 171 – Hidden on the Island

“Great! Of course, the stones were a trap!” “Who was the one that triggered them in the first place?!” I bickered with Koujiro, whose sword had knocked against the ground. If I had to guess, a holy power from an outside source set off some kind of defense mechanism. Otherwise, it was too coincidental that

My attack stat… – V6 Chap 170 – The Cavern of Secrets

As we moved through the forest, the only sounds were our intermittent banter and the rustling of foliage against our bodies. Koujiro’s charm worked like… well, a charm. After feeling the rage overtake my senses temporarily, I had just enough will to hold myself back as Saki approached. Seeing her before me cooled my tantrum

My attack stat… – V6 Chap 169 – Holding Back the Darkness

Saki blinked in surprise as she felt a sudden dread in the air. It had not come from her own heart which was nervously pounding in anticipation of a battle’s start, but from the normally easy-going chef standing beside her. A low growl emitted from him, and his eyes suddenly flickered with a purplish hue.

My attack stat… – V6 Chap 168 – To the Divine Isles

“A hero’s life for me! Oh, A hero’s life for me! Beyond the horizon and across the seas, a hero’s life for me! ~𝅘𝅥𝅯𝅘𝅥𝅯 ” Koujiro stood at the bow of the ship with one foot propped up against it. Like the image of an explorer eagerly scoping out new lands, he merrily sang as

My attack stat… – V6 Chap 167 – A King’s Duties

After about 30 minutes, Katalina decided that Koujiro’s punishment was enough. She redirected the portal high in the sky toward the open sea. The next time that Koujiro fell into the bottom portal, he was launched horizontally, skipping a few times on the water’s surface like a stone before going ‘kerplunk’. Fortunately for him, swimming