Sunday, May 8, 2016

Bringing the Farm... - Chap 110

Chapter 110 - Cavalry

It was because these dark green undead looked so terrifying that Sean and his men felt afraid. These undead must simply not be trifled with.

Noting their expressions, Green said, "Do not worry. These undead were summoned by my Master and will not just randomly attack you. Well, it seems like you have successfully completed your task. As thanks, here are some coins, Sean. Share it with your brothers. You can all go back now."

Green gave Sean five gold coins. This was no small amount of money. Sean had a total of ten men with him, which means that they each would receive five silver coins. For these porters, this was considered a small fortune.

But although he took the gold coins, Sean wasn't happy. "Dear warrior, how about letting us help you bring the carriages up the mountain?"

Green shook his head. "My Master would not like you bothering him at his house. You must go back." With a wave, the undead rushed forward to take over four of the carriages. Green then looked at Sean with cold eyes. "Sean, let me remind you that this mountain if full of undead. With just a few words, I could order them to attack you. Honestly, it's best that you go home." With that, Green got on to a carriage and went into the black fog. It only took two steps before you couldn't see his shadow.

Once Green left, Sean couldn't help but break out into a cold sweat. He knew that Green must have found out that he wanted to take a look around. Sean was a fourth level warrior. Although he didn't know what level Green was at, he knew that it was a lot higher than his. If Green wanted to kill him, it would be almost like strangling an ant.

Sean immediately turned to the porters and said, "Let's go back."

They all turned around and walked back to Casa city. Their faces were pale.

Green had long found out what Sean was up to because Sean's performance was a little too enthusiastic. Knowing how sensitive their identity was, Green couldn't let people come see them, otherwise they would end up in danger.

As of now, there were a total of five carriages moving up the hill towards the manor. Each carriage was filled with sixty rabbits. These rabbits pretty much looked the same as the ones found on Earth. The only difference was their blue eyes.

Each carriage was equipped with thirty wooden cages, and there was a pair of rabbits in each cage. Fortunately, these carriages were large, otherwise it wouldn't have been able to fit everything.

Zhao was standing in the manor's yard when he saw the carriages come in. Each one was pulled by a scaled wildebeest. They were two meters tall, and they grew scales the size of fingernails, plus hairs in the crevices of these scales. Looking at these creatures made people feel uncomfortable. Their heads were similar to horses, but they had horns that were a bit like the wildebeests back on Earth. However, their bodies didn't look as smooth and strong. Instead, their bodies were more like cows, rather than horses. Despite that, their legs showed that they must have good endurance.

As Green saw Zhao looking at them, he smiled. "Master, how do you like these scaled wildebeests?"

Zhao nodded with a hand on his chin. "They're good. They will be useful for pulling things in the future. Grandpa Green, help me remove these things."

Zhao, Green, and the undead opened the cages of the blue-eyed rabbits. All the while, Zhao brought them into the space.

Once the blue-eyed rabbits were in the space, the voice immediately came and said: [Discovery of new animal. Identifying. Mammal, lagomorpha leporidae, long-eared rabbit variant. Level three. Based on animal data, they could be raised in the ranch. These rabbits can now be purchased from the shop. Young rabbits maturation time is ten hours. They can reproduce in eight hour intervals. They can only reproduce five times, each time will create ten new rabbits. They feed every four hours. Due to gene variation, the rabbits can attack with water arrows. Attack range is ten meters. Attack power is low]

Zhao was very satisfied with what the space told him about the blue-eyed rabbits. Although they could only reproduce five times, each rabbit would be able to yield him a total of fifty more rabbits, and their maturation time was very short. It wouldn't be long before the ranch was up and running.

After that, Green detached the scaled wildebeests from the carriages, then Zhao brought them into the space.

Once the wildebeests were inside the space, the voice immediately came again and said: [Discovery of new animal. Identifying. Mammal, bull fighting wildebeest variant. Level three. Based on animal data, they could be raised in the ranch. These wildebeests can now be purchased from the shop. Young wildebeest maturation time is twelve hours. They can reproduce in eight hour intervals. They can only reproduce five times, each time will create five new wildebeests. They feed every two hours. Due to gene variation, the wildebeests can create a stone body with a duration time of two hours. Defensive power is low]

Hearing this, Zhao couldn't help but laugh. The scaled wildebeest was really something good.

After Zhao had sent the rabbits and wildebeests into the space, Green wanted to see what expression Zhao would make. Seeing Zhao with a happy expression, Green couldn't help but feel relieved. "Master, can we go into the space and look at the wildebeests and rabbits?"

Zhao turned around and faced Green, and saw how much he looked forward to it. He chuckled. "Well, let's go see."

Of course, they had to bring Meg along as well because Zhao, Green, and Meg were the only ones in the manor. Blockhead, Rockhead, Meirin, and the slaves were at the castle, where there were many things that they needed to do.

Zhao brought Green and Meg directly into the spatial ranch. When they came inside, they couldn't help but freeze for a moment. The pasture of the ranch was a really large and open place. Three hundred blue-eyed rabbits were roaming around, and although they were slightly bigger than the ones on Earth, they were still small enough that the grass would block them from sight.

Zhao didn't forget that these blue-eyed rabbits and scaled wildebeests needed to be fed. He brought in some radish leaves, which the space automatically turned into the grass that these rabbits and wildebeests eat.

When Green saw all these rabbits everywhere and the wildebeests running around, he couldn't help but give Zhao a wry smile. "Master, is this alright? It will be difficult to pay attention to all of them."

Zhao slightly chuckled. "Just look at this." With a thought, he brought up a flute, which was one of the tools of the spatial ranch. A tune came out of the flute, and suddenly all the animals ran forward and lined up in front of Zhao.

Green and Meg stared at this, never expecting that the space would have such a function. After a while, Zhao smiled and waved, and those rabbits and wildebeests ran away.

Seeing this, Green couldn't help but muttered. "The space could actually make them line up. Could it also move them into groups and ranks, like soldiers?"

"Grandpa, what are you saying?" Meg laughed when she heard what Green was muttering.

Green recovered a bit, then chuckled. "I'm just talking nonsense. There's no way that animals could move around like troops....." When he said this, he suddenly froze for a moment as if he thought of something. His eyes brightened as he turned to Zhao. "Master, can this ability to line up the animals be done outside?"

Zhao was taken aback, but he murmured, "I don't know. Let me see. Can I use the formation function outside the space?"

The voice immediately came: [The formation function can be used outside the space]

This time Green didn't need Zhao to help him understand what the space said. He burst out laughing. "Great! This is really great!"

Zhao and Meg still didn't understand. "Grandpa, what are you talking about?" Meg asked.

Seeing the two's puzzled look, Green couldn't help but let out a slight chuckle. "Ah, in a cavalry, a group of knights would queue up into a formation. When they attack the enemy, they would start off by charging forward. But where do you think a cavalry's power comes from? It comes from attacking together in a maintained formation."

Zhao and Meg didn't understand military matters, but after listening to Green, their eyes lit up. Everyone knew about the large power of a cavalry, but they still faced a difficult problem. That problem was the beasts that they were riding.

You could teach discipline to a knight, but you couldn't teach discipline to the beast he was riding. Sure, in the beginning, it's easy to line up the cavalry in a neat formation. But once they started running, it was difficult to maintain the formation. If it could be maintained, then the power of their assault would increase many times over.

Translator Notes: The "flute" was actually translated as "setting tool", but I changed it to "flute". The only thing mentioned about this tool is that a tune comes out of it and it gets the animals to line up, so I assume its a flute. Or it could be a whistle or an ocarina.

Translator Notes #2: This chapter was MTLed by Trung and edited by theno1fan. Please leave a comment if you've spotted anything that looks wrong.


  1. Thanking for the Chapter Blitz!! <3 And Congrats on getting 2m views!! I'll read them later when I get back.. ^_^

  2. You sir are god thank you and enjoy your well deserved rest :D

  3. awesome release every satisfying read thank for translating

  4. Thanks for that bumper crop of chapters ... see what i did there *smug grin, even though he is still not funny*

  5. It nice to read multiple chapter at once...good job...

  6. If only more translators were like you my life would be easier!

  7. I wonder if the Legendary Black Beast of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh (named for the last utterance of anyone who ever saw it), aka the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, aka the rabbit from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" will make an appearance.

    1. Not even this magical space would be able to deal with that particular beast.

    2. Unless all the rabbits turn into Killer Rabbits...

    3. dude, not even the space can deal with lv 100+ magical beasts. Elder dragons, sure, maybe even divine class beasts, but the Black Beast of Aaaarrrrrggghhh is a whole other story...

    4. dude imagine if he got his hands on monster hunter monsters

  8. it's gonna be a long week waiting for your return, but thanks for the blitz!

  9. Thanks for the batch release of chapters!

  10. a bunch of terrifying skeleton riding on horse-cow in perfect formation? o.O
    well, this is getting out of control -_-

    1. with bunnies on the head of the cows, and some kind of chikens on the riders heads... you know, like shortrange turrets on their cavalry.

  11. Thank you for the translation.

  12. On the downside, it's gonna be a week till I get more story...

    Anyway, I love Green. From his casual way of heading off Sean's attempts to probe before, to thinking up ways to exploit the space's abilities... Dude is on the ball.

  13. Probably a whistle like a drill Sargents

  14. thanks for the chapters /o/o/o/

  15. What a convenient function~
    Rabbits! Line ip and get into meatbun's tummy!

    1. And thank you for the 10 chapter Blitz!

  16. When he took out the flute, I pictured Willy Wonka playing a tune to call the Umpah Lompahs XD

  17. Thank you for the chapter and for your continuing hard work

  18. Thanks for the multiple chapters

  19. "If Green wanted to kill him, it would be almost like strangling an ant."

    you know, strangling an ant is extremely hard, you need a very fine point tweezer, high precision skills, and finesse muscle control to do it.

    one wrong squeeze and you won't be strangling the ant, but decapitating it.

  20. Thank you Trung for the Chapter Blitz and the hard work done so far!!

  21. THank you for all those chapters, its very interesting and binding!!!.

  22. How could an otaku not know about military matters? Didn't he ever play any games?

    I'm also starting to think that the space is a bit too OP. I feel like it makes things go too quickly; there's no tension in the story.

    Problem: "We have little food and no income"
    Solution: "I can grow a bazillion tons of food every day"

    Problem: "We're under attack by undead creatures"
    Solution: "I can magically turn them loyal to me and make them super powerfull and immune to hostile magic"

    Problem: "We have to travel two weeks every time we want to trade"
    Solution: "I can suddenly magically teleport us between the two points now."

    See how this isn't a really good way of writing a story? He should have to put in more effort to do these things. Like having a limit to the amount of undead he can control, or having to learn the spells and use the incantations when he wants to cast spells using the space.

    I also feel that the food and animals grow a little too fast. He could probably feed millions of people with just the food he has now. He can grow 40.000 kilos of radishes in four hours. That's enough to feed about four Roman Legions (~24.000 men).

    I think it would be better if the space had the improvements and a 2x faster growth time, rather than the OP ridiculous 100x speed it has now.

    1. It takes over 905 million kg a year to feed a million people. The average person at least.

      fun fact

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  25. Thanks for doing this chapter!