Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou, Aruiwa Sekai ga Hajimaru Seisen


The Nebulis Sovereignty and the Empire are embroiled in a war without end. The Ice Calamity Witch, a Nebulis mage of incredible power, and Iska, the youngest swordsman of the Empire ever to become a Saint Disciple, find themselves face-to-face on the battlefield. Each seeks to bring a close to this ceaseless conflict. Little do they know, however, that their meeting will be the catalyst that shapes the fate of the world!

キミと僕の最後の戦場、あるいは世界が始まる聖戦Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World

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Other series by author: Gods’ Games We Play
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Romance, Supernatural
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Updated March 29, 2023
Volume 11 or (Mirror)

Next volume est. TBD

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  1. Thanks for the chapters. Totally not your fault, but just wanted to point out that I’ve never seen an LN so poorly translated with so many proofreading mistakes (sometimes multiple mistakes on the same page). For a “professional” translation (overseen by Tuttle in Japan) English obviously isn’t the translator’s first langauge, and throughout multiple books for this series there are literally tons of mistakes that should’ve been caught with even a casual proofreading glance — everything from extra spaces anytime there are italics and quotes to misspelled or dropped words — making it clear that there’s no proofreading done on this title. Trying not to be a snob here, and I know occasional mistakes can happen, but compare this to ANY other title and you have to wonder. Seems the translator was given the entire job and can’t proof his/her own mistakes. Still an enjoyable series, but detracts from the story and reflects really bad on the company. Look at a release like “Bookworm” or “Tearmoon” or “Wild Game” or any other — then look at this one — and, well… Too bad, because it is an enjoyable series. Thanks for the chapters!

  2. Thank you! Been waiting for this! Now if only you could get Combat Baker #4 🙂
    I like this series, even though the page count is kind of short. Don’t care for the art in the manga, but really like the LN to this. Thanks!

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