39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 01
Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)
Q&A for the Twelve Holy Knights – translated by lucathia (proofread by elisa & Arcedemius)
Ceo Storm, why did you already choose Shuis when he was still a baby?
Ceo: If you’d seen Shuis when he was small, you would have chosen him too. He was really too cute!
So the reason you chose him is because you couldn’t resist his cuteness?
Ceo: Actually, it’s because Sun said that he resembles Awaitsun a lot, that he would definitely become a super handsome guy in the future. I looked at Awaitsun, and he was so handsome that I felt that if I didn’t claim his son in advance, I would really lose out, so I claimed him.
Georgo Earth, will you die from excessive *** in the end?
Georgo: I-I’d like to die like that! I-If only… Can I stop stuttering?
Georgo: If only that bastard Sun stopped hindering me, I would be able to die from exhausting my essence really early, and gloriously meet the God of Light!
So have you ever successfully (beeeep) without Grisia’s disturbance?
Georgo: Of course!
What age were you when you succeeded for the first time?
Georgo: …Next question!
May I ask each Judgment Knight, don’t you feel warm wearing such a heavy, black robe?
Chasel Judgment: Very warm. If it’s not a public occasion, I normally take off my outer robe.
Lesus Judgment: Warm, but I can bear it.
Hungri Judgment: I’m only the Judgment Knight-in-training, so I haven’t worn the robe yet, but it looks very warm.
Regarding your own student or teacher, what are your general impressions?
Chasel: No need to worry about him.
Lesus: I respect him. He distresses me.
Chasel: I believe that I am not the one you feel distressed about?
Hungri, your answer is?
Hungri: I respect him.
An additional question. On the opposite end, what about the Sun Knights?
Neo: No need to worry about him.
Grisia: He distresses me. No need to worry about him.
Elaro: He…He… Can I not answer this?
Neo: Answer it!
Elaro: …He distresses me.
May I ask Chasel Judgment, on average, how often do you feel like slaughtering Neo once and for all?
Chasel: I never think about things that are impossible to achieve. No one is capable of killing Neo.
Do you think you want to kill him more than Lesus Judgment wants to kill Grisia Sun?
Chasel: My student’s patience is even better than his skill with a sword. He would never want to kill the Sun Knight.
What is your assessment of Lesus’s student?
Chasel: I don’t know him too well, having only seen him a few times. Just based off of his appearance, I’m a little suspicious about whether or not he is a cross-dressing girl.
May I ask the 37th, 38th, and 39th generation Sun Knights and Judgment Knights about their opinions regarding each other?
Chasel: Swordsmanship is strong. Not so strong with everything else.
What about you, Neo?
Neo: Swordsmanship is weak. Strong with everything else.
Chasel: Thanks for the compliment.
What about the 38th generation?
Lesus: Swordsmanship is…
Grisia: Shut up!
What about the 39th generation?
As the spokespersons of the God of Light, do you think the God of Light is male or female?
Neo: Better be female.
Grisia: Hopefully female.
Elaro: I think male, since the spokespersons of the God of Light, the Sun Knights, are all male. A female probably wouldn’t look for guys to be the spokesperson.
Neo: Makes sense, dammit!
Grisia: As my student, why can’t you let your teacher fantasize more before meeting the God of Light?
Neo Sun, compared with your previous lifestyle back at the Holy Temple, what part of your lifestyle as an adventurer gives you the most trouble?
Neo: The part that gives me the most trouble is ’where am I?’
Aldrizzt, has anything changed with regards to what troubles you the most in your lifestyle as an adventurer, before and after meeting Neo? Can you give us specifics?
Aldrizzt: Yes, there was a change. Before meeting Neo, what troubled me the most was getting chased by my clan. After meeting Neo, things that trouble me are actually quite numerous, but the matter that troubles me the most is probably frequently having to prevent Neo from running after other people to kill them.
May I ask Grisia Sun, why didn’t you quickly close the door that time you came across Neo in the toilet? Why did you stay until he gracefully finished his business?
Grisia: That’s because at that time, my life suddenly flashed before my eyes. Once I regained my senses, Teacher had already gracefully finished his business and was carrying the Divine Sun Sword as he walked over.
Grisia: And then… I almost didn’t have an ’and then.’
Neo Sun, whom do you love the most?
Neo: Hmm, are you asking me which woman I love the most? Too many, I don’t remember. Each one is a good woman.
What if we’re not talking about romantic love?
Neo: …I don’t want to answer.
No, you have to answer!
Neo: So what if I don’t answer? What can you do, HUH?
…Please answer! This is a question that has to be answered. If you don’t answer, I can’t face the readers, ahhhhh— Believe me when I say that I’ll write about Aldrizzt getting fed up with you, so he ends up leaving, meaning you would have to wash your own clothes, cook your own food, and find your own way around—
Neo: …That annoying student of mine who always makes me worry day and night.
What is Sun’s secret habit when he’s serious?
Grisia: I want to know too.
No one’s asking you. Lesus Judgment, what’s Sun’s secret habit when he’s serious?
Lesus: It’s a secret.
Grisia: Hahaha, even I can’t make him answer. How would you be able to get the answer out of him?
Elmairy Leaf, what’s Sun’s secret habit when he’s serious?
Grisia: You went and chose Leaf! Good choice. He’s a good guy who can’t refuse anyone.
Elmairy: Ahh, why are you dooming me…
Georgo: Elmairy, I tossed your seasonings into the moat. If you don’t hurry and save it, it might drift all the way to the Kingdom of Moon Orchid.
Elmairy: Ah, seasonings, wait for me!
…Elaro, what is your teacher’s secret habit when he’s serious?
Elaro: I’m not too sure, but I think it’s gathering—ah!
Lesus: He fainted and can’t answer you anymore.
…Roland Hell, what is Grisia’s habit?
Grisia: Has anyone told you you’re even more stubborn than Stone?
Roland: I’m not… wholly… allowed to tell you anything more.
Lesus: We’ve shed enough light on this! Or do you want a taste of the Twelve Holy Knight’s wrath?
Georgo: If you ask any more, someone’s really gonna die!
May I ask the 37th, 38th, and 39th generation Sun Knights, what kind of existence is your vice-captain to you?
Neo: He’s a bastard who specializes in being a tattletale to Chasel!
Then, why did you pick him in the first place?
Neo: …Back then, Chasel asked me ‘How’s this person?’ and I replied ‘Whatever.’
What about the 38th generation?
Grisia: He doesn’t lose out in style when I bring him to the palace. Once he walks into the kitchen, he can produce entire banquets. On the battlefield, he can brandish his sword and slay the enemy. In the office, he can approve and correct documents. He is a comrade and a brother with the guys, and a charmer and an abductor with the girls…
Are you done talking yet?
Grisia: There’s too much to talk about.
What about the 39th generation?
Elaro: They’re my left and right hands. Rhonelin is my right. Dili is my left.
Why have you specified them as your right and left hands?
Elaro: Because Rhonelin is right-handed. Dili is left-handed.
Has anyone told you that you focus too much on miniscule things?
Elaro, have you ever regretted becoming the Sun Knight?
Elaro: Actually, I’m still just the Sun Knight-in-training. I haven’t become the official Sun Knight yet.
Then, have you regretted going to the Sun Knight selection?
Elaro: Actually, I didn’t attend the selection. I didn’t even fill out the registration form. On the day of the selection, my teacher ordered me to go to the training grounds to take care of the kids. Later, he announced that I had been chosen.
Then, I guess I have to change my question. Have you regretted meeting Grisia?
Elaro: Never. I never have.