Komari is a shut-in vampire girl. She would rather stay in her room as she has no strengths. Of course, when Komori wakes up, she sees a maid and is now expected to participate in these war games. Well, her calm and peaceful life is about to change.
As expected, we find out that Komari is a 15-year-old vampire girl who doesn’t have many attributes. She lacks magical and athletic abilities, has a short stature, and doesn’t like the taste of blood. She would rather be a peace-loving and righteous vampire instead of chasing after power. Still, somehow, Komari finds herself in a situation where she has to command an army in the war games. More on that later.
With that, this is where Vill comes in. Since she is part of the Mulnite Imperial Army, Vill is there to help Komari. Sure, it may be funny for Vill to grab Komari’s wrists. She wanted to take her to the imperial palace since Komori was summoned there. That is while Komari is stating that she needs to pee, although it might be an excuse to get out of this.
Of course, Komari is in this situation because of what Komari said. Komari’s father asked about when his daughter was going to start working. After all, he seems concerned about his daughter doing nothing. Of course, Komari decides to brush him off. Komari said that she doesn’t mind working if she gets the throne without realizing the responsibilities that accompany it. Her father thought his daughter gave a sincere answer and convinced the empress. We know what happens.
As expected, Vill takes Komari to the queen, who seems excited to see her. We find out that the empress snuck into Komari’s room and kissed her while she was asleep to seal the contract of being a Crimson Lord. Now, the queen explains Komari’s duties of commanding her army to victory in the war games to become empress. The only problem, as mentioned earlier, is that Komari is super weak. Still, she has to put on an act and pull off 100 victories if she wants to become empress.
This is where Vill comes in, who intends to help Komari fool everyone participating. Interestingly, she already confesses her love for Komari despite just meeting each other. But it’s not a lie, as we see later. After all, she compliments Komari’s new outfit and even sleeps in the same bed, naked.
Vill even reads a story that Komari has written in the trash can that she threatens to distribute if she doesn’t do her work. She got Komari there. Seeing Komari telling her that she will do anything if Vill doesn’t tell anyone causes her to have a nosebleed, given how cute Komari is. Yep, it’s the start of an interesting pairing; although Komari sees Vill as a creep, she will defrost. It’s still a cute and funny scene.
As for the war game stuff, Komari managed to have her first kill after one of the soldiers decided to charge at the front door, and Komari slapped it shut. Don’t worry. This guy is temporarily dead, as nobody can die in these entertainment war games in the area where they are held. It was funny to hear the tough talk before and after the match, which she won against the Lapelico Kingdom’s army. It’s funny how Komari said she can tear the enemy general to pieces in three seconds, and the soldiers actually believe it.
After Komari’s team’s victory, I find it funny that she deceives the reporter girl, who is intensely interested in writing about Komari after her victory. That is while she proclaims that she will take out the other five commands of other nations, and her favorite food is omelet rice. The funny thing is that when Komari reads the newspaper, the reporter makes out Komari’s decorations as a bunch of trash-talking the other nations by making the whole world omelet rice and murder the commanders of the other five countries. Not to mention, Komari is receiving death threats, causing her to want to stay in her room.
I wonder if this is the work of Vill making Komari sound even more formidable than she is in reality. After all, we see a flashback of Komari being bullied. Still, I have a feeling that this might backfire, as there is a masked lady who might be out to get Komari. We have to wait and see what this might entail next time.
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