Ex Strongest Swordsman Longs For Magic In Different World 6 (Cleaned) – The Regret of the Private Tutor

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The Regret of the Private Tutor

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Camilla Hennefelt let out a small sigh while looking at the smiling boy who seemed to be having fun. (TLN: The name in raw is カミラ・ヘンネフェルト)

She was thinking that maybe she had made a thoughtless promise.

She wasn’t confident that she would give a good lesson about magic in particular.

When she thought about that fact, she had intense remorse. Although her friend, Sofia, asked her, it wasn’t really a bother to become a private tutor.

And there was also another reason.

“Well, I will think about it properly, so be good and stay in bed. Don’t think any unnecessary things, alright?” (Camilla)

“Hmm… that’s what I have planned since beginning, but for the argument’s sake, I think it is impossible to do anything with this body.” (Soma)

“If you think about it normally… there is no way a common person would have muscle pain that’s this intense.” (Camillia)

“Hmm… You are certainly right.” (Soma)

That was vague. This made Camilla spew an astonished sigh at Soma, who looked like he had something to say.

The sigh had a double meaning.

And the reason of the sigh was related to the earlier sigh.

— Here’s the story from the beginning.

At present, he said to Carmilla that he had intense muscle pain, but… normally, muscle pain wouldn’t immediately happened to the body.

Especially to those who had skills in martial arts, it could be said that it was impossible to have muscle pain like that.

To put it simply, for those people, they wouldn’t get muscle pain.

As a result of suitable action, depending on the efficacy of each skill, it was impossible to overuse the body to the point that would make muscle pain happened.

In other words, the body was strengthened by the efficacy of the skill.

Possibly, she probably didn’t even think that he could go beyond the efficacy of a skill.

For example, it was like swinging a lump of iron that’s way heavier than one’s own body.

Doing such a thing would probably cause muscle pain, but… to do such a thing meant he was not in the common category.

That was why it was impossible to have such muscle pain.

Nevertheless, this was a talk if he had skills.

To tell the truth, there were not that many people with Martial Arts skills.

Most of them were able to learn the skills, since the need to learn them wasn’t necessary at all.

Given the possibilities of being attacked by an existence such as monsters or bandits, there was no harm in learning skills, but… well, when thinking about such things too much, it was certainly better to hire escorts.

For that reason, except for when one becomes a soldier or goes into that direction, it was common not to learn Martial Art skills.

If one had time to do such a thing, it would be better for them to learn at least one knowledge related to the occupation that they wanted to be in.

Anyhow, sometimes those people also got muscle pain.

For example, if they were attacked by a monster or anything like that, they would have it after escaping with their full power.

Basically, in this country, there were neither monsters nor bandits coming out due to its location and certain reasons, but that didn’t mean it could be said to everyone in this country.

There were some who went to other countries for business,  while others had some sort of things to do.

That was what she tried to say.

Well, in some cases, there seemed to be some people who trained their body as a hobby, but… even to those people, it was normal to get muscle pain.

As for Camilla, she thought that he would learn skills if he could do something like that, but there was probably a difference in their sense of values.

For those people, instead of emphasizing practicality, their purpose was to train the body.

Now, let’s return to the main subject.

Anyway, it was unusual for those people to have muscle pain, but it wasn’t impossible.

However, the situation was still within the bounds of common sense.

It was just that Camilla never heard about that amount muscle pain that could cause severe pain throughout body.

“By the way, although I know about muscle pain, what did you do, after all? I don’t think that you will be in this condition unless you did too much of something.” (Camilla)

“Uhmm… no, I haven’t done anything serious. I merely did something that I thought needed to do.” (Soma)

“I wonder, what did you need to do…?” (Camilla)

Perhaps, it was the truth.

At least, whether Soma himself thought so, Camilla looked at his face and admitted the fact.

At the same time, she also didn’t plan to teach him if she heard what he did.

“What exactly did you do?” (Camilla)

“That is a secret.” (Soma)

For him to answer like that, it was still within her expectations.

Or perhaps, he was trying to hide it in the first place.

Truthfully, she was always measuring the timing.

Well, as a result, there was nothing out of her expectations.

“Even though I am your private tutor?” (Camilla)

“It is because you are, more or less, a private tutor. I don’t have a hobby of gladly talking about what caused such a failure.” (Soma)

“Hmm…” (Camilla)

Those words were probably his real intention.

But, this was why Camilla couldn’t stop thinking.

She wondered what would have happened to the boy if she didn’t do the skill appraisal.

Of course, if Camilla didn’t do the appraisal, another person would do it.

She didn’t mean it to be like that… for example, she thought, what if Soma wasn’t from this household, and to be specific, what if he was born as a child in a poor village?

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As for why she thought of such a thing, to be honest, not everyone would receive a skill appraisal.

The reason for this was simple. Skill appraisals would cost a considerable amount of money.

Well, although the price was not too expensive, it was still something one couldn’t easily have.

Of course, there was a correspond value to receive the appraisal, but that would also depend on the person.

Some people thought that it wasn’t worth it if they didn’t get decent skills… and, as a matter of fact, most of the time, people didn’t get decent skills.

Nevertheless, she herself thought that it was worth it, because a person would not progress towards a wrong path, and for people like Camilla, it was a value for those who would spend their days without waste.

Those who were located in a poor area, it wasn’t unusual for them to not receive a skill appraisal.

Perhaps, Soma could fully demonstrate his talent in such an environment.

Those who didn’t have skills wouldn’t make enemies of those with skills.

It was the common sense of this world, and one of her reasons.

The fact couldn’t be overturned, and it was in vain to challenge it.

Certainly, there were cases where those without skills had won against those with skills. Hence, these cases could be mentioned as examples.

However, in the first place, it wasn’t a custom to confirm those who made efforts.

It meant something completely different.

By spending their whole life, where a person had trained until their limit, it was possible for them to reach an equal or lower rank, but that itself was pointless.

At the very least, a person could reach a lower rank.

That lower limit was officially recognized as a soldier.

That person was nothing but a person who had come of age, and they were far from the top.

And that was also a lower rank skill.

Hence, by receiving a skill appraisal, there would be no such thing as a wasteful effort.

If he wanted to do it, she probably would try to stop him with all her power.

Even if he couldn’t learn any skill.

But… yeah, that was what Camilla thought.

Even if he would train to the limit, it probably wouldn’t make him suffer from muscle pain enough to cause severe pain throughout his body.

Or perhaps she should say that it was impossible for ordinary human beings.

Regardless of how much he would do, he would certainly get stopped somewhere.

So, what did Soma do that made it possible?

If no one stopped him, she wonder how far he could have progressed.

Low rank, Intermediate rank… or possibly…?

That was what she thought.

Or maybe, there was no need to suffer from muscle pain in the first place.

It could be healed with magic, so that might be necessary.

Although she only heard the story, it seemed what was running through the whole body of Soma was really intense.

Even so, not only children, that much seemed to be impossible for adults.

Since the physician said so, it must be the truth then.

How could he endure such a thing?

As a matter of fact, Camilla was not acquainted with Soma.

Even though Camilla also lived in this mansion, there was an opportunity to meet each other, but there wasn’t much to talk about.

However, since she heard from Sofia, she thought that she knew about Soma, as it was.

Honestly, Camillia didn’t believe her too much.

Maybe he was his parent’s favorite, that might be the reason why they exaggeratedly talked about him.

From Camilla’s opinion, Soma was nothing but a boy who talked in a strange way.

The impression that Camilla had about Soma was almost what she saw with her own eyes during the last three days.

She thought that he was pitiful.

Camilla was a private tutor.

Moreover, she was hired by Neumont.

If Soma wanted to do something extra, she had the choice to remonstrate.

Well, considering that there was a high possibility of being wasted, it was natural to stop him, but—

“…I think that my only wish is to see this until the end.” (Camilla)

Camilla thought that it was really regrettable. Hence, she let out a small sigh, while those words were stuck inside her mouth.

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41 thoughts on “Ex Strongest Swordsman Longs For Magic In Different World 6 (Cleaned) – The Regret of the Private Tutor

  1. Tangerinus

    Thanks for translation but jesus christ that was painful to read. Not to mention there is literally nothing in this chaper, no plot progresion , no character development NULL. Author could have summed camille thoughts in 2-3 sentences and just do regular chapter without all this shit (camille saying same thing over and over again)…i hope he will change his style later on.

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  2. QQ

    >Those who didn’t have skills won’t make enemies of those with skills.

    Those who didn’t have skills cannot oppose those with skills.

    I think this sounds better

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  3. Heartless

    What i read so far sounds interesting and i will continue reading if you continue translating. I feel like author is trying to make double-sure not to rush in the beginning, even though he kinda went over the top and ended up being very slow paced.

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  4. zarvii

    Thanks for the chapter
    Its really hard to read it, its like topic that can be explained in one sentence was divided in ten fragmented sentences.
    The chapter is too short, I don’t mean the words but the content. I might wait for chapters to pile up before reading to again.

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  5. hein

    What a waste of line…
    author san stop saying 22 times the same thing in one chapter
    hope the futur will be better

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  6. snake23

    just to ask
    this :”muscle intense to be this intense”
    it s an error or i can just understand it ?

    anyway i like this novel so i d like if you keep to translate it

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  7. nekomahjong

    I feel like the author just don’t want the chapter was too short and don’t want the story is progress too fast (and make him out of idea too fast) so he forcefully add more and more wasteful line…

    Well, the plot is quite interesting so I hope that he will got improve later on.

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  8. cjfawks

    I Like what this novel supposed to be, But BUT!!! I hate this autor for his way of writing. Demanding of(for? not native englishspeaker) dropping this series and concentrate on World Teacher

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  9. Erick S Rollano

    Bayabusco san… You picked a very difficult story to translate… XD
    Your self editing is quite good he problem in this os mostly the redundancy and mess… So dont be discouraged! Thanks for the chap.
    And by any chance is this from the same author as Shikkaku mon (strongest sage gets teincarnated…) That sousetsuka is translating? It has a lot of common ground

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    1. cjfawks

      Yep, same supershort chaps. But in case of Shikkaku, it’s just short, so readable, if chaps got piled a little, but this one… Too much empty words, too much self-repeating… Uhhh…

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    2. bayabusco

      I’m not discouraged at all. It’s just that I feel a bit conflicted because I had to revise someone’s novel using additional words. I heard that as a translator, I shouldn’t do that lol?

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      1. Bravo

        Additional words are necessary to complete a translation from most east Asian languages. If I could trust myself to not get bored or lazy and quit partway, I would take the MTL and rewrite it as best as I can understand it for every update. I heard someone once say that maintaining the spirit of the original meaning is what a translator needs to focus on.

  10. forgame

    I don’t really hate this kind of writing but this arthor explain thing too far, not even law text book said this much for only 1 thing for entire chapter!

    The plot really interesting but hope arthor stop these mostly useless explaination soon. (I never saw novel with this much texts but 0 progress before and it can compress all these into 3-5 sentenses and any non-native English reader can understand)

    Still hope this getting better.

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  11. kirindas

    Thanks for the chapter! Wow. The author is just delaying the progression by expanding the word count. I ended up just skimming it. I would say if you’re fine with it, then I don’t mind lightly reading this series. I hope it improves later though.

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  12. Blackrabbit

    It’s good but I think the release for this novel should be per batch rather than regular like around 5 per release so rather than quality make it up with quantity?

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  13. squildo

    Jesus, I thought it was just me. I’m interested in the premise of this but this chapter was a huge turn off. Literally nothing happened but roundabout, internal monologues

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  14. GM_Rusaku

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    ( ´・ω・`)  (○) Thanks….
    ,( ヽ∩∩ノ),、ヽ|〃,,, Nepu……..
    “““ ““ ““ ““ ““ ““ ““ ““““ ““

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  15. The_Fuzz94

    Thanks for the chapter. Also please continue translatimg the premise is really interesting and while the wtiting style is odd it is certainly readable

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  16. cloudytama

    The pace is so slow in the beginning. So many word to explain what the side character thinking about the talentless MC. But, I didn’t dislike it. I kind of expecting some development to happen in 10-15 chapter (considering how short the chapters are).

    Also, from the appraisal sheet in a few chapter before. it’s actually didn’t mean that he didn’t have any talent. It just that, it actually showed that his talent is already at a peak. lol

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    1. Sorcerer King Ainz

      Yes but no one knows that, they just think he’ll stay like a weakling for the rest of his life, not knowing that he could probably cut the kingdom in half horizontally if he wished to.

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  17. Asf

    I think you should search for other novel to translate..
    Although this has an interesting premise, the redudency is off the charts.
    Ive peeked to the raws further ahead..
    And let me tell you, the writing is at the same level as a chinese xianxia’s repetitiveness. To the point to where one chapter dont progress anything in the plot except for one action.

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  18. Az

    thanks for the chap~
    yeah the kind of author writing kinda odd and many pointless word
    but i didn’t hate it and the story actually interesting tho

    also i like to bayabusco continue the TL this novel
    hope the author-san choose better word for next chapter

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  19. Gurr

    Atm i read 2 LN where nothing happends in any 1 particular chapter.This one and other where chapters are about 100-300 words and 1 dialog is 10-15 chapters long. And of this 2 LN 2nd is way less annoing to read.

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  20. Apples

    I feel like i’ll enjoy the story if the author actually writes it. Its promising though so i vote to keep at it. Thanks for the chapter.

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  21. GonZ555

    Meatbun Delivery~
    Thank you for the chapter ( ●w●)

    No muscle pain world? Does that mean there’s no muscle headed character in that world?

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