Chapter 32 - Single For A Long Time
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I, The Dragon Overlord Chapter 32 - Single For A Long Time

Louie bent his head closer to the ground, carefully observing it along with the surrounding environment.

“From the terrain, it seems like not much time has elapsed on Earth?”

Louis asked with uncertainty.

As a human, he had seen countless anime and novels involving reincarnation. Louie was quite familiar with the time dilatory effects of transmigration. He could not guarantee that the rate at which time moved for the two worlds was one to one. It might even be extremely different.

[There are significant differences between the speed of time in both worlds. The specifics vary depending on certain factors, but on average, in San Soliel, 10-30 days will be equivalent to one day on Earth.]

Before Louie could ask, the Intelligent Brain had already answered his question.

“So that’s how it is……”

Louie sprang up, nervous, “That’s not right. If it’s as you say, then spending a day or two on Earth would mean ten days to half a month in San Soliel?!”

Louie could not help but be shocked. If the time difference was like that, then if he wasn’t able to find enough food for Dragon City in 1-2 days, then when he returned to Dragon City, about only 10 percent of the population would be left. The people there would have already starved to death without any food, increasing his reputation as a cruel dragon.

Although Louie believed that the elves would send some rations to the city, he also knew that they had their own food problems. If Sisna was not lying, then they would only be able to provide a few day’s worth of food.

Louie could not count on the elves. He could only count on himself.

Louie felt a little awkward. He estimated that there were around 100,000 people in the city at present. How was he able to provide for them in just a day or two? Putting aside the fact that he was a dragon in human society, even if he was a rich business magnate, mobilizing that amount of food would take time.

[Host need not worry. The ratio of time passage is dependent on your location. If you spend half a month on Earth, then only a day or two will pass in San Soliel. No matter where you are, the flow of time in the other world would slow down.]

“That is...extremely convenient.”

Louie felt slightly incredulous at the Intelligent Brain’s words.

Although his godhood had an ability related to time, it was not something that belonged to him. Although he could use it, he didn’t understand the nature of time at all.

[This is one of the greatest achievements of the Terran Civilization’s world traveling.]

The Intelligent Brain replied indifferently.

“In that case, wouldn’t they be invincible? If the world your kind invaded did not master such technology, it would have been wiped out without any resistance, right?

How terrifying it would be to face an enemy that could utilize the time ratio. Assuming the Terrans sent out an army, and after a bitter battle their expeditionary force was wiped out, then it could simply send out another army at its own pace. For the invaded worlds, however, hardly any time would have elaps

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