Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? 2

”Kid…! Do ya want to die?!”
”W-wait…just a minute. If you can just calm down…”
”Shaddup!! The hell is wrong with ya?! Is short stack there yer friend or something?!”
”N-never seen her in my life.”
”The why the hell are ya protecting that piece of shit?!”
”…B-because she’s a girl.”
”The hell are ya saying…!”
Really, what am I saying…? But I don’t think I have a choice. That’s what real men do, right? It’s normal to help a girl in trouble. Do I need any more reason than that?
”Fine… I’ll slit yer throat first, kid…!”

9780316340144Bell Crannell is an adventurer and the only member of the very poor Hestia Familia. He has gained experience in a very fast pace and even though he has been an adventurer for less than a month, he has well surpassed the status of more experienced adventurers. One day on his way to the Dungeon, Bell is approached by a small girl, Lilliluka Erde, who asks if he wants a supporter. He agrees, but… Continue reading

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? volume 1

“Now, go!”

With those words, Bell’s perception of time and space narrowed to a very thin line.

His heart beat in his ears. His feet were enveloped in heat. But his head was clearer than it had ever been.

dungeon-girls-front-cover-light-novel-vol-1Bell Cranell is just a village boy. Correction: He was just a village boy. Now he lives in Orario with the goddess Hestia and spend every day as an adventurer killing monsters in the dungeon to provide for the Hestia Familia, a dirt poor Familia with only one member: Bell himself. He’s weak and has no one to party up with, so he can only fight those easy monsters at the lower level floors. But one day a Minotaur find its way up to the low-level floor Bell is on and finds Bell. Certain he’s going to die, Bell can’t do anything. That’s when he meets – no – is saved by Aiz Wallenstein from the Loki Familia, one of the strongest adventurers. He is instantly infatuated by her and now he wants to be strong, just like her. Continue reading