Tsuki – Chapter 405: Threads get entangled unintentionally


That came out from both of them. 

One came from a vanguard of a group that came out from Tsige recently. 

The other one was from one of the adventurer parties that were camping close to Tsige.

“This is…the Bronzeman Company? What’s going on here with the boss himself going to the wasteland?” 

The man that looks like the leader of the adventurer party speaks to who seems to be the leader of the unbalanced group of people, moreover, a dwarf. 

80% of the group of around 20 was made up of dwarves, moreover, their equipment had plenty enough quality. 

It was formed of craftsmen and warriors, and it was clear that they were a group composed of several parties. 

It is normally a sight that would make anyone nervous of speaking to them, but the leader of Birgit, Bir, saw a familiar face and the crest of the company, so he got curious about it. 

“Bir, huh… You have gotten stronger again. Sorry, the katanas that you use are not something that are used much in Tsige, so we can’t sell you something that fits you. And so, what’s with that giant bear?” (Bronzeman)

“No, you are already a great help by following our detailed orders and customizing our stuff. Once the numbers of Ronin increase, the wind’s direction should change; I believe that. About this bear, well, let’s just say it is something that was left in charge to us by the Mist Town. We are having it accompany us due to a matter that’s hard to explain.” (Bir)

“That’s an unfamiliar lady…no, a boy, huh. So that’s its master.” (Bronzeman)

Bronzeman was responding to Bir in a friendly manner. 

Birgit is currently an adventurer party that’s gathering attention.

The big companies want to become the sponsors of promising adventurers. 

Obtaining enough ability to survive in the wasteland is one of the assured correct paths for adventurers in Tsige. 

“You could say that.” (Bir)

“Haku, do you know him?” (Bronzeman)

Bronzeman suddenly looks back. 

Bir was also pulled by that and looked there, there was a dancer wearing a costume that was a perfect fit for bars at night, or to put it in another way, it was a costume that didn’t fit the wasteland at all. 

Bir was sure he hadn’t seen this woman before. 

At the same time, he got a strange impression from this woman called Haku who looked at the new party member black bear and opened her eyes wide. 

This place is somewhere that’s natural to encounter many unknown things, and yet, why was this woman so surprised?

Of course, her surprise would be explainable if she knew that it is a demonic beast that lives in the Mist Town, but Bir shook his head to the sides dismissing that impossibility. 

“M-Moon Bear? Even if that’s the case, it is big. It is also a demonic beast with strong magic power…” (Haku)

“Haku?” (Bronzeman)

“Ah, no, this is my first time seeing this demonic beast. I do know one that’s similar to this, but the size is completely different.” (Haku)

“You know a similar creature to this? This Moon Grizzly?” (Bir)

Bir ended up interjecting in the conversation of the two.

Bronzeman may be treating them in a friendly manner, but he is still the representative of a big company in Tsige that holds political influence. 

This interjection that could be taken as rude made his female party members, Ranai and Git, show bitter expressions. 

“G-Grizzly, huh. I see, if that’s the case, I can understand this size. Apologies for the lateness, adventurer-sama, I am someone that has come recently to Tsige, name’s Haku Mokuren. As you can see, I am a dancer, so you might find me when having meals or drinks. Please do treat me well.” (Haku)

“Haku-san, then. I am for the meantime this party’s—” (Bir)

“Stop putting ‘meantime’ already.” (Ranai)

“…I am the leader, my name’s Bir Sheet. Nice to meet y—” (Bir)

“Aah! Isn’t that Haku-san! It has been a while!” (Akos)

“You are right, it is Haku.” (Git)


Bir was trying to introduce himself, but Ranai cut him off.

And then, when he was going to shake hands, Akos and Git spoke to her familiarly. 

A number of dwarves were covering their mouths while facing the other way, their shoulders shaking at this sight. 

Bir Sheet is exemplary at creating this kind of strange atmosphere on the daily. 

You could say in a way that this is the best self-introduction. 

“Gahahaha!! You guys are impressive. It may only be the entrance, but you can maintain your usual attitude in the wasteland!” (Bronzeman)

“Really? I honestly am having my energy sapped here.” 


Bronzeman had a questioning look at the unfamiliar voice, and then, after looking around, his eyes stopped at the demonic beast and he froze. 

“What is it?” 

What came back from the demonic beast was a throaty common language without a single shred of amicability. 

“The demonic beast spoke?!” (Bronzeman)

“! Bir-san, have you met an amusing or weird knight riding a giant boar recently?!” (Haku)

“Wa? No, Haku-san, I haven’t met anyone like that. What’s the matter?” (Bir)

“Really?! ‘Fumu, it is true that listening to the words of many beasts and striving for communication is an advantage of tamers, but when thinking about it, wouldn’t it be faster to just teach demonic beasts and mythical beasts common language?’ Have you met a person that has said that?!” (Haku)

Bronzeman was surprised at how Haku was getting heated up there but at the same time was amused by it, but Bir was simply confused by this. 

“If it is about a person that has said ‘it would be better for the others to also be able to communicate and not only the tamer’, then yeah, I have.” (Bir)

“Who is it?!” (Haku)

“Raidou-dono of the Kuzunoha Company. He is a pretty well known person in Tsige.” (Bir)

“…Raidou-kun, huh.” (Haku)

Haku looks at the sky as if her strength had drained.

“An acquaintance?” (Bir)

“Well, something like that. I see, he did…. To think Raidou-kun would say the same thing as the person that made what’s most likely the only taming guild in the world… Whew…” (Haku)

After being drained, Haku Mokuren was speaking as if she were baffled from the bottom of her heart. 

“Taming Guild?!” (Baretta)

Baretta reacts to what Haku said.

The tamer industry is really inflexible, so that completely unknown topic must have been something he wanted to grab onto. 

It couldn’t be helped that he would interject.

“…Ah, you have a Tamer-kun, huh. Yeah, the Taming Guild. I say that, but it has already ceased existing a long time ago and it was more of an unofficial guild. I don’t think there’s anything like that as of present. What’s popular amongst adventurers changes by the era, but the era of tamers still hasn’t come. I would say it existed around the time when the Adventurer Guild was made.” (Haku)

“Puh! You must be making that up, Haku-san. The era of tamers, you say. There’s no way a Job that’s full on a hobby would be able to have an era where it was the mainstream for adventurers! You are being rude to the people of the past!” (Akos)

The spear user Akos retorts to Haku who was speaking as if she was remembering it.

Swords, spears, and bows are on demand no matter the era; you could say they are the leading role weapons at all times. 

There’s a lot of school styles for them, and the research of their Skills are the ones that are the most advanced; they are the most blessed fields.

Of course, the person themself decides what weapons they themselves will be using. 

Choosing your weapon then complaining to the other better off weapons would be completely blind. 

“About that, Akos-kun, it did happen a long time ago. It was an era where all the top adventurers had tamed some sort of demonic beast or mythological beast. Of course, it is not like everyone was a tamer, but more like the tamed demonic beasts were obeying them though…” (Haku)

Haku Mokuren speaks as if she were remembering her childhood. 

That figure of hers was as if she were in a play, and as if she were recollecting about a long past event that she herself knew. 

It was a fearsomely mysterious sight.

“I think that…if tamers really had that much potential, they would be treated a bit better though.” (Ranai)

“Black Nurse… Aah, Ranai-san, right? Truly rare Jobs are being born in Tsige one after the other. It never fails to entertain.” (Haku)

“I thought the same way. It is because it is lacking in practical use that it is beginning to get weeded out, or that maybe it is getting a misfortunate treatment because it is a Job that’s not being researched. Am I wrong?” (Bir)

“You shouldn’t be the one saying that, Bir-kun. As someone who worked as a Ronin and arrived all the way to a Master Samurai, what do you think? Do you think that Ronins and variants of the Ronin Job have no practical use?” (Haku)

“Ugh.” (Bir)

“There’s a variety of reasons why they are not chosen by many. The katana is a weapon that is hard to master to begin with… For the Ronin, Samurai, and Master Samurais, you could say that it was because there was no foundation with the katana. What I can say for certain is that there’s no Job in the Adventurer Guild that isn’t practical. A variety of weapons and a variety of Jobs can achieve great things depending on your personal mastery in skills and ability, ye know~?” (Haku)


Haku Mokuren was pointing this out to them with a super serious face, but she ended it with a playful tone. 

It was hard to tell whether this girl that was laughing with a ‘hm hm’ in a comical mood was her real face or a mask.

No one could get a grasp of her. 

“For example, Baretta-kun there. What was your Job? If you tell me, I can give you advice, ye know?” (Haku)

“Eh, ah, Beast Cruiser.” (Baretta)

“Around the middle, huh. Then you would need to get around two class ups more in order to become a specialized class or ones that have whip skills that can fight directly in battle.” (Haku)

“!! You know about our Jobs?!” (Baretta)

“Of course. I have been travelling for a looong time after all.” (Haku)

“Then this Tiara will also have better cost?! Also, how much will it take before I can bring out his power?!” (Baretta)

“T-Tiara? Uhm…this Moon is a male, right? Also, it even knows common language, and yet, why that name? How did you make him accept it? I can only take that name as you putting your whole taste in it without any of his own input though…” (Haku)

Haku looks up at the giant bear while a bit apprehensive.

The bear, Tiara, raised his head up slightly, and his expression was shadowed so it was hard to tell what face he was making.

But his body was shaking slightly. 

“Nicely said… Nicely said, you so-called Haku-san! This heinous failure of a tamer Baretta attacked me while I was asleep, and on top of succeeding with his taming skill, he gave me such a name, and then because he couldn’t look after me, he abandoned me without listening to my opinion at all! This ain’t about his Job anymore! His morals as a person are in question here!” (Tiara)

“You sound like a completely heartless person from the side of the demonic beast. Of course you wouldn’t be close. Or more like, I am impressed you made a pact again with such a tamer.” (Haku)

“…I have my own circumstances. Boss has given me a job. And due to that, I am now joining hands with this bunch that are around as strong as me, and my fourth rate master.” (Tiara)

Haku was listening to the story of Tiara, and directed a glance at Baretta.

He was hanging his head down and couldn’t look directly at the face of Haku, so even if there might be a bit of overdramatization here, it was proof that Tiara’s account was the truth.

Haku let out a long and heavy sigh.

(If there’s no pioneers, even tamers at the very top like this one end up in this state, huh. With the matter of the magic bag and meeting these guys here…it is not like there will be a change in the future of tamers with him as the trigger, but…it can’t be helped, big sis will help out a bit here.) (Haku)

“Representative! South-east, distance 200! 2 medium sized Gain Crabs!” 

“Hooh, so they have come! Then, you guys—” (Bronzeman)

“Ah, Bronzeman-san, leave this to me.” (Haku)

Right before Bronzeman could give detailed orders, Haku slid to the front.

“I am thinking about helping out the young ones for a bit. First, proof about my words from before.” (Haku)

Haku was all smiles in the face of the cloud of dust approaching at quite the speed.

“There’s no ‘hobby’ weapon for adventurers. Katanas were originally weapons that pursued both practicality and beauty, but…for example, this whip that I use…if trained, it can become an extremely powerful weapon, you know?” (Haku)


Birgit and the dwarf group were at some point in time paying attention to Haku.

For some reason, her voice had the ability to draw the ears of the surrounding. 


Bir opened his eyes wide.

Haku ran at a speed that reminded him of Toa from Alpine who showed him the difference of their strength.

Even though she was running faster than the Gain Crabs that were raising clouds of dust, Haku wasn’t raising any dust at all from her feet. 

It only took a few seconds for her to arrive at the enemies. 

“Of course, a whip doesn’t have a blade like swords, but if you hit the joints and weak points sharply and accurately…!” (Hakui)

One of the Gain Crabs fell to ground while making a heavy sound with its two pincers. 

It definitely didn’t self-destruct there. 

Haku had swung her long whip.

“It isn’t as sharp as a spear, but if you capitalize its reach with speed and skill…!” (Haku)

The peculiar sound of something snapping was made, and there was a clear dent and cracks on the stomach of the crab that stood back up.

The second attack was made without any lag, and this time it punched into the hard carapace, and immediately finished the Gain Crab.

These attacks that had the heavy power of a blunt weapon and the sharp piercing power of a spear had hit from a far range the Gain Crab that should be considered powerful against physical attacks.

But obviously the other remaining Gain Crab wasn’t just playing around.

Haku was hit by the sweep attack of the giant and heavy pincers from the crab that had approached to close range, and was sent flying to where Bronzeman and the others are. 

“Oi, Haku! Are you okay?!” 

“I simply utilized the super strength at hand to return. As you can see, I am a frail dancer, so if I had taken that on full, I wouldn’t have been able to endure it~.” (Haku)

She simply placed a foot on the pincer and took distance with that momentum. 

Haku used a Skill to create an arrow in her left hand.

2 arrows shining faint blue. 

“Arrows?” (Bronzeman)

Bronzeman’s questioning tone.

It couldn’t be helped.

Haku doesn’t even have a short bow with her after all.

“Fortunately, the weak points are still in the same place as before. I thought that maybe they had evolved somewhat, but it looks like that was an unnecessary worry.” (Haku)

Haku throws out the arrows she created to the front.

The next instant, someone had noticed that she had slightly dropped and had swung her whip with her right hand… 

The 2 arrows floating in the air disappear.

Precisely speaking…she hit them both with her whip.

They were now sharply pierced in the Gain Crab that was going to charge again, and after foaming grandly from its mouth as it shook heavily, it collapsed.

“Well, that’s how it is. There’s some things in my mind, so I will help out a biiit in the request of Bronzeman, and the Bear-kun and Baretta-kun.” (Haku)

Haku Mokuren makes an ‘a bit’ gesture with her thumb and index finger as she turns around.

The request of the Mist Town was advancing smoothly(?) with the addition of the mysterious dancer.

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68 thoughts on “Tsuki – Chapter 405: Threads get entangled unintentionally

  1. Then introduction of Tiara can be summarized like this….

    Hey bro, whats up.
    Hey cool man, youve got new ps5
    Yeah man, the names Tiara and she can speak by herself autonomously.
    Yeah right, im envious bro

  2. Haku seems like a classic Ragnarok Online dancer. In fact, I’m pretty certain all those adventurers of origin embody the classes from ragnarok online. They even have a guild castle linked to a dungeon. Man, I miss my teenage years playing this game endlessly.

    1. I think so too. All the adventurers of origin were huge RPG fans and their skills are all chunni-like and self-learned based on their RPG games. Meanwhile, there is Makoto who learned military style archery that optimizes how to best kill its target from a former military officer aka his female archery club teacher.

      1. Wasn’t his teacher an ex-mercenary who now runs an archery dojo? It wasn’t the school club or maybe I’m remembering wrong.

        1. Misumi Makoto has 2 masters namely Iseido Genichi (samurai) and Munakata Natsu (Archer) who are both owners of skills from ancient techniques from Japan

    2. ah.. classic Ragnarok online… good times… good times…. helping novice leveling up at rocker field… running away from dark lord at glast heim graveyard as priest…

      1. And come back from AFK to found your corpse because some a**hole summon monster in town =_=;

    1. Like I’ve said somewhere before, he’s already the ultimate tamer: one super dragon, one darkness spirit, one skelly boi, one angel/god (probably). And a bunch of monster races.

  3. Haku will definitely be even more interested in Raidou and Mist Town after this. Makoto could potentially be the new founder of the new tamer’s guild while creating pacts with the OP beasts in Asora that want to play outside. Those beasts could also work like spies for Asora.

    I agree there is no useless job, it is all a matter of how you use it and your mastery of it. Just like the weapons in monster hunter world.

    1. Maybe cz there’s no confirmed information before, then when someone get unique job and their branch they got confused and have a difficulty to grow up, so from another person view those jobs seem useless and tend to be avoided, a vicious circle there…

  4. It wasn’t explicitly stated, but I’m guessing the reason Bronzeman is in the wasteland is to raise the level of his and his team of blacksmiths to get the storage skill

  5. Given what Haku said about Aznoval and her own willingness to help out, I’m starting to think it’s only Bia who’s trying to force everyone in Apple to be neutral. I mean Aznoval founded a tamer guild and left words about hoping the tamers would teach their monsters how to speak the common tongue as advice and he goes around helping people randomly like a Knight Errant. Then Aznoval’s younger brother married into a noble family in Lorel and founded a new family that was influential for a time before they fell to ruin though now they got Toa and Rinon as the last of them and are becoming famous in their own right. Meanwhile Haku also seems to have left descendants in Lorel though they eventually self-exiled themselves and ended up in the demon’s territories where they eventually integrated and one of those descendants ended up becoming one of the demon lord’s 4 generals. Also Rokuya seems to be pretty engrossed in spreading idol culture now which is definitely against what Bug would approve.

    Point being Apple has left a significant footprint on history despite Bia claiming they should not interact and remain neutral. All while ignoring the fact that her group accepting to be hired by Makoto and Tsige and her own bullshit attempt to keep information away from Makoto and Tsige mean they can’t claim neutrality.

    On another note, yes continue to shit on Baretta. He totally deserves it for giving such a horrible name to the bear.

    1. Totally agree with the shit on Baretta.

      Think of the coming of Makoto, and other Isekai members like(Apple) are starting to show how they changed the world, and how they will change continue to change the world after the Bug is gone. The chapter has been a slow burn before but, the world-building is hopefully set up for the world to change in Makoto’s image. Though I personally like world-building, behind-the-scenes type novels, feel those reading the manga currently will hate this when it gets adapted, if they make it this long. I for one want more Apple and Makoto influence, why else, kills all the dragons to infants if not the dominant.

      p.s, When did Haku mention having descendants? Want to know how they are.

      1. It’s never been stated outright that Haku has descendants but we’ve learned that one of the 4 demon generals is named Mokuren and he looks entirely human though he states he’s only something like 1/16 human or whatever and can use the same type of magic that one of the members of Apple uses. We also learned that there was a clan in Lorel that had Japanese ancestry that ended up leaving the country and went to the demon lands. So if we put that information together then it seems very likely that Haku left descendants in Lorel that then left the country and intermarried with demons which eventually produced the demon general Mokuren who also happens to use the same type of magic as another member of Apple.

  6. Thanks fro the chapter, to thin that Hibiki and Trashmoi would be the ones with the most ‘normal’ common sense of the japanese transported to that world. HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

    1. Normal ???

      Misumi Makoto has 2 masters namely Iseido Genichi (samurai) and Munakata Natsu (Archer) who are both owners of skills from ancient techniques from Japan and as a child Makoto was saved by a healer named Akasha (majutsu) met a bad friend named Masamune Ibuki who was large family and has a long history

      The problem of Higahi Yukari, Makoto’s first partner, that the past has not been told and Hasegawa Nukumi, the first Makoto archery student, has not been explained which will be the link with the first story

      However, Otonashi Hibiki has explained that Hibiki is Ibuki’s fiancé (Inazuke) if the author places Nukumi’s relationship with Iwahashi Tomoki as Ibuki and Hibiki then the world of goddesses becomes Makoto’s outlet because of Tomoki’s character and personality.

  7. O.o kinda curious, when will the author starts slapping trashmoki again.

    i mean, the tension building is there.. back then in lorel..

    and impending conflict with bugdess after alte’s defeat..

    thank you for the translations~
    stay safe and healthy everyone!

  8. Thanks for the chapter 🙂

    Think it’s time for Apple to reveals their selves, as Makoto is slowly doing so his self. I wonder if Makoto, shows what his aims are will they fight him, join him or try to be nurtrual. Apple (Captain American type) Civil War!?

    Either way, I’m excited to find out whats next 🙂

  9. Stop shilling a dead job line Izumi-sensei.😅
    As much as I like dancer its arguably the shittiest job class in RO. And no revamp on damage will salvage its hoplessly outdated if not completely useless dance skills which is the motif of the job any better.

  10. thanks for chap
    whew she’s really whimsical ,rather no one will believe that ‘frail dancer will be hurt by that claw’ joke

  11. So, random question to current readers from someone who has been binging the archives and is currently at the chapter where Mio tortures the noble guy to death, the one who got turned into a monster but barely survived.

    Even before that chapter, I felt like the series was moving towards ‘developing’ the party into sociopathic min-maxers, with them deciding to let the civilian body count rack up in the town to look better when they rescue people, seemingly just because MC got embarrassed by some side character merchant calling him naïve.

    If I’m feeling put off already, should I just go ahead and drop it? Or is that not the general trend of the series, but just a dip?

  12. Haku really have set skill like Dancer at Ragnarok Online huh…
    I hope she didn’t have skill Tarot Card.

      1. They never said that they wouldn’t interfere with the outside world. They limited their interference in world affairs. Part of the reason that people in Lorel still remember their names, is because every now and then they would travel around and help individuals that they felt like helping. Like the Osakabe girl (forgot her name).

  13. I was shocked not because the bear was talking, but rather how fast he learnt common language. It had taken me half a year of more than half-assed effort to learn English to a degree of understanding what I read.

  14. The usual MMORPG pattern when a bored maxed out character joins a random mid level party on their hunt.

    They can’t do anything but loot the bodies and try to learn something until the maxed out one gets distracted by something else and leaves

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