Messenger from the Daemon Kingdom Part 2


“I am in awe that you, a half-elf woman, is pretending to be the Demon King.”


A group of men in armor had come to see me.
They appeared to be Daemons, judging by the skin visible through the gaps in their helmets, and when I hid the pressure of being a high-level player, the one who seemed to be the leader suddenly said so in a proud manner.
… I was a little baffled, you know.


“I didn’t say that, though.”


“What? They said they were swearing allegiance to the new Demon King!”




I turned my gaze toward the Elder, who blatantly looked away and whistled suspiciously.
It was you, wasn’t it?




“Wait a minute! I don’t know if we would all be alive if it weren’t for Carol-sama.
It is only natural that we should pledge allegiance to Carol-sama.
And I didn’t mention a Demon King.
You have the power to lead the Daemons….
Right? Don’t all of you think so!”


Sweating profusely, the elder looked back at the Daemons in the village as if to ask for help, and they, sensing my threatening attitude, turned away from the elder with cheerful smiles on their faces.
They adore you, Elder.


“That is unimportant to me.
We will defeat you, you irreverent half-elf.
How dare you claim to be the Demon King!”


The elder, who was in grave danger, was saved by the group of men in armor.


They held up spears and battleaxes, while the surrounding Daemons held up scythes and small swords to protect me, and Pochi, who was lying down, stood up loosely, making the men step back as if they were being pressured.


“It’s fine, everyone step back.”


I wouldn’t want the Daemon people to get hurt because of me.
There were six opponents.
They were wearing armor, but their faces were not covered, so if I shoot them one by one, it will be over.
I loaded the break revolver with silver bullets and turned the cylinder part and aimed at them.


“Hey, if you want to challenge the young lady, then, I’ll be your opponent!”


The battle was about to begin when Uncle Bert appeared from behind Pochi.


He was dressed in jet-black full-body armor in the shape of a Demon, with spikes all over the place, making him look like a villain in his own right as he lightly pulled out a large, ominous sword.


“Who is this guy? He’s not just an ordinary person, despite his hideous appearance!”


“I… Yes, I’m the Black Knight, Bert, the protector! Come on, come at me from anywhere!”


…I guess you really like your outfit, don’t you, Bert-san?


But would it be okay? I wondered if it was okay to leave it to him, because even though he had passed the first level limit, he had not yet improved his skills, and despite their small fry behavior, I had a feeling these people in armor were strong.


“Fine, Black knight, let’s go!”






A large warrior from among the armored people attacked with a huge battleaxe, and Bert-san caught him with his greatsword, sending sparks flying wildly.
Bert-san was also large for a human, but he and the Daemon Warrior were locked in a fierce battle, even though the difference in their physiques was almost twice as large.




But Bert-san didn’t continue to clash with the warrior, he spun the blade of his greatsword to parry the axe, and kicked the warrior in the stomach, knocking him out of his stance.


“Only one Daemon Warrior like that is not enough! Come at me, all of you!”


“You’re so cocky! You will regret your arrogance in the afterlife!”


The armored warriors, provoked by Bert-San, surrounded him with all their weapons at the ready.


He used his greatsword and gauntlets to catch and parry the spear attacks coming from both sides.
He could do that because he was equipped with indestructible equipment.
I made him do reckless things to train, but he seemed to have really grasped the characteristics of the equipment and built his own way of fighting using it.


Except for attacks that would knock him out of his stance or impact his armor, he ignored them because of the armor’s performance and instead blew them away with strong attacks that were counter-attacks in response to the warrior’s large swinging attacks.


“Is this all you could do! An ogre swarm was worse! I really thought I was going to die then, you know!”


“What are you talking about?




After all, it might have been a little much to ask him to do in real life what a player would do in the game. 


The next quest to break through the limit was to randomly summon Demons from the demon world and make them obey you….

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