The Mercenary Group of the Demon Lord Army’s Former Dragon Knight

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“The last thing that remained was the promise with the dragon…”

In this continent where humans and demi-humans exist, it is in an era where both sides were clashing heavily…

In that kind of era, there was a man that had managed to make a variety of demi-humans coexist, and due to this, the human force ridiculed him by calling him Demon Lord.

The strong spirited king of Garuna, Verius.

He was one of the human kings that favoured the demi-humans.

And then, there’s the family of Dragon Knights that served the king of Garuna -the Strauss. These foolhardy devilish swordsmen deftly drove flying dragons and protected the kingdom.

However, this kingdom that loves bravery would be falling as well…

Before the overwhelming numbers of the enemy, the father and brothers in the dragon knight family were killed.

The fourth son of the Strauss family, Solje, charged into the enemy lines together with the last remaining dragon of their family, Ares.

—Fighting in the battlefield and dying as a dragon knight, and then becoming a song, is an honor for them, but…Solje, who was supposed to have died in the battlefield, was brought back to life by the ancient dragon Ares with his mana.

The phantom of Ares speaks: “The Demon Lord has been killed due to the betrayal of our allied country”.

“Kill these traitors”, the ancient dragon Ares requests of Solje.

Hugging the bones of his beloved little sister, he pledges revenge.

Years passed after that…and his bitter enemy, the Faris Kingdom, continued increasing in power, and had become a giant empire.

With the cross of several battlefields, Solje was picked up by a mercenary called the White Lion.

The Banjar Mercenary Group; a mercenary group composed of a few demi-human elites fighting against the oppression of the Empire.

The Bow Princess Elf, the Giant Warrior, the Beastkin Girl, the Poet Man.

Having obtained reliable comrades, the fate of once again meeting a dragon began to move for Solje Strauss.

…This is the epic sung about the 13 war beasts and one black dragon

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元・魔王軍の竜騎士が経営する猟兵団。
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Paps
New Paps rated it
February 18, 2020
Status: c135
Fun story, good despiction of action and so far has avoided any major plotholes and inconsistencys.
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AndyDarren
AndyDarren rated it
July 29, 2019
Status: c7
This... this right here is the type of dragon rider novel I've always wanted to read!!

On top of that, an MC who actually isn't completely dense and is even fully intent on slowly pursuing the main heroine? No harem tag either? Nani?!
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DeirdreH
DeirdreH
January 13, 2020
Status: c31
I'm actually a bit scared right now. This novel has 1864 chapters in it and yet even 30 chapters in the pace has not let up even once.

Is it possible for a novel to stay this good until it reaches a four digit chapter count?

Will the author lose his touch at some point? Surely that's the most likely answer. It happens to most long-running stories.

But what if he doesn't? If this novel maintains the current level of quality for almost two thousand chapters, what would happen to mere mortals who... more>> attempted to read such a masterpiece? Not sure if it's safe to continue reading TBH. <<less
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