Reformation of the Deadbeat Noble – After witnessing the shocking death of his mother, young Airen Farreira uses sleep to escape his painful reality, earning him the nickname, “the lazy lord”.
Yet, in spite of others’ jeers and whispers, Airen has no intention of changing his ways.
But when he awakens one day from a dream about a mysterious swordsman, his life’s trajectory takes a complete turn…
Based on the novel Reformation of the Deadbeat Noble –
Someone new came to the village.
He did not leave a good impression. He must have been through some pretty tough times. That is probably why his eyes seemed to have an unknown flame in them. They always gave the impression that something was about to happen.
I wanted to get rid of that man, but the village head accepted the stranger, as always.
Well, because of that attitude, I am here too.
I decided to not care too much about it.
It had been four days since the man settled in the village.
He seems like a quiet man, so quiet that his existence can be questioned. It seems like he hardly ever leaves his house.
A few noisy residents in the village showed interest in him, but I was not particularly interested.
I just hope for the peaceful days to continue.
A week since then, roughly ten days have passed since the man came.
Now I have an idea as to what that man is doing. The kids who were peeking over his fence told me. That he wields a sword every day.
It always looked like he had a backstory. Now I know what it is.
Still, I am not interested in him.
Whether the children talk or not, I decided to do my job.
Another month had passed.
He still wields his sword in his yard.
Haven’t seen him though, just heard it and still not interested.
Another month has passed.
The man still wields the sword, and the villagers continue to chatter about it.
That he was sharpening his sword skills for some kind of revenge, that he was a fallen knight or a famous mercenary.
They are nosy. And I’m not particularly interested.
But telling them to stop would be more annoying, so I went ahead with doing my job.
The thing he is doing… it is late. I need to take a nap.
Tomorrow I’ll go see him wielding his sword.
He has been training for half a year. Every day, whether the sky is raining or shining.
I used to be indifferent to other people’s affairs, but now I have no choice but to admit it.
My curiosity rose.
How fast is he?
How much effort was he put into honing his excellent swordsmanship?
I’ll know it all tomorrow.”
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