Chapter 88 - Army Construction and Visions for the Future
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I, The Dragon Overlord Chapter 88 - Army Construction and Visions for the Future

To Louie, the characters were little more than writing, but in the eyes of otherworlders, they appeared to be beautiful but mysterious magic symbols.

Lysfer looked at the back of her hand with slight curiosity. She could not tell what these runes were and could only guess that this was a unique crest of the primordial dragon or a mark of slavery.

In fact, Louie could make these words appear anywhere on Lysfer’s body such as her face, her chest, her legs, etc. In short, this was just purely Louie’s bad taste in hobbies.

“Sisna, have someone confiscate the beastmen’s weapons and bring them to the junction of the civilian district and the noble district. Find some uninhabited houses there and let them rest for the time being. Give them food and water in accordance with Dragon City’s civilian treatment.”

Louie’s instructions made Lysfer sign in relief. Her heart finally settled down when she heard the words ‘Dragon City’s civilian treatment’.

The great dragon was acting according to the contract and did not lie to her, but Lysfer didn’t know if the contract could bind demigods.

After a slight pause, Louie spoke to Lysfer again, “For now, you shouldn’t go see your people. Write something to reassure them. Tell them that you are safe and warn them not to make trouble in Dragon City. From now on, they are my people. While sheltering them, they must also follow my laws.”

“Someone will tell them the laws of Dragon City later. I don’t care if they might go against your traditions or customs, you must still follow them. Remember, what I seek is order where everything is in its place!”

“Yes, Master Galakrond!”

Lysfer displayed her full respect as a slave, trying her hardest to suppress her wild nature.

An elven maid handed over animal skin and placed a pen dipped in ink to one side.

Seeing this, Louie’s eyebrows raised and finally noticed that there was no such thing as cheap paper. All writings in this world were written on animal skin.

Ordinary documents were written on normal animal skins, while magic scrolls were written on magical creature skins.

But no matter what kind of skin it was, the costs were significantly high. This might also be one of the reasons why there weren’t many mages in the world. Mages would need to learn many things. And to learn things, they would need to record down what they learned, but they only had animal skins to write on. The cost of recording things alone would increase exponentially as they continued on their path.

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Translator Notes

 Living in the camp of Cao with their hearts longed for the camp of Han = While they may physically be there, their hearts belong elsewhere.

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