After losing his leg as a startup adventurer, he retired to his hometown in the countryside. One day while searching the mountains for herbs, he discovered an abandoned child. Thinking that he couldn't just leave it, he took it home and raised it until his age approached forty. Although her father had taught her the sword since she was young for self-defense, her talent at it was quite impressive. Thinking that it would be better for her not to be stuck out in the country for the rest of her life, our protagonist sent her to the adventurers' guild in the Capital. However his daughter is now a distinguished S Class adventurer but hasn't returned home once yet? Just when will I get to see Daddy again?!??
Not gonna lie but its annoying. Man I just kept reading until she got to reunite with her father but jobs kept coming up. Theres not really much to support the story line. pointless pointless pointless. no offence
I find the scenery beautiful. And the fight scenes are well-drawn as well. In the beginning, the story goes back and forth between showing Bel's life and Angie's life. I much prefer the Bel portions of the story, and I'm mainly just okay with Angie's portions. Bel is a very interesting character--overly modest and strong--and seems to have some depth to fem, while Angie is just a strong adventurer with a father complex. Milly, Anne, and most of the other characters aren't very interesting, though I do like the run-down and sloppy Lionelle as well as Sasha Bordeaux. The Bordeaux household are lords of the region which includes Bel's village. Bel and Angie get involved with this family. The primary antagonists in the story are followers of Solomon, a long-dead mage who had created several homunculi known as demon lords. These demon lords are shadow-blobs who poetically act as a mirror image of Angie--they also are lonely and solely think about seeing their father once again, though in their case, their father is long-dead. I can't entirely predict how this story will develop down the line, though it seems clear that fighting these shadows will be a major focal point. And I have to say that I'm a bit disappointed, considering that the sections I've enjoyed most in this manga have been the village life. [Reviewed at chapter 19]
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