Lillia to Treize


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Sequel of Allison, taking place about 17 years after the original series.

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Lillia and Treize
Related Series
Meg and Seron (Side Story)
Allison (Prequel)
The Story of One Continent (Sequel)
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  4. Theme : Europe-themed

Latest Release

Date Group Release
02/16/15 Untuned Translation v2c9
02/11/15 Untuned Translation v2c8
02/07/15 Untuned Translation v2c7
02/02/15 Untuned Translation v2c6
01/30/15 Untuned Translation v2c5
01/17/15 Untuned Translation v2c4
01/09/15 Untuned Translation v2c3
01/02/15 Untuned Translation v2c2
12/26/14 Untuned Translation v2c1
12/25/14 Untuned Translation v1 extra2
12/22/14 Untuned Translation v1 extra1
12/15/14 Untuned Translation v1c9
12/11/14 Untuned Translation v1c8
12/03/14 Untuned Translation v1c7
11/10/14 Untuned Translation v2 extra1
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Dizzcity rated it
April 24, 2018
Status: v3c10
Another rollicking action-adventure story set in the world of Roxche and Sou-Be-Il. This one focuses on Allison's daughter Lillia and her childhood friend Treize who's in love with her, but can't work up the courage to tell her he's a prince.

However, I would say that the main characters in this story are not as likeable as the original duo of Allison and Wil. Lillia comes off as far too pushy and obnoxious - tsun-tsun without the dere. And Treize is skilled, but a doormat. At least Allison and Wil had... more>> a good partnership based on mutual respect and complementing one another's skills. Treize can do everything better than Lillia can, but she bosses him around non-stop. Frankly, I read it more for the side characters than the lead duo (most of your old favourites from the prequel make an appearance here).

The plot and politics are decent. Some action, some conspiracies, a couple of tense hostage situations, a murder mystery and a high-stakes battle on a runaway train. You should either read this story mainly for the plot more than the characters, or simply so that you can move on to the other more-interesting spinoffs and sequels. <<less
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