Chapter 96 - Listen to God’s Command!
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I, The Dragon Overlord Chapter 96 - Listen to God’s Command!

“Listen to God’s command and you can win the war!”

--- 《The Dragon God’s Quotes》


The tavern was silent in the dim twilight.

In the past, when Dragon City was still Central City, many adventurers could be seen gathering in it, drinking poor quality alcohol, bragging to each other, buying anything they wanted to enjoy, and living a day-to-day life of licking blood off from their knives.

There were no stories of entering the mysterious forest nor of defeating dragons and obtaining countless treasures. Those were only tales that came out of bards’ mouths. Even if these stories truly happened, they could only be completed by those powerful high-ranking adventurers.

Only low-ranking adventurers gathered in taverns like these. Being able to obtain supplies in exchange for money and goods to keep themselves alive was already enough of an adventure. They had never considered extravagant things before.

Central City used to be part of the Theocracy, but the Adventurer’s Guild also existed. When Louie attacked the city, those adventurers either ran away or were killed. Even the guild’s staff and officials fled.

Had the besieger been another human army or beastmen, then the Adventurer’s Guild would likely not have packed up shop so hastily. But when it was revealed that the attacker was a dragon, no one who could escape chose to stay.

Now that Louie had been the city lord for two months already, other forces had begun to review their stances. Nonetheless, none dared to establish communications with him for the moment. This gave him some breathing room. He would use this opportunity to set Dragon City’s internal affairs straight.

All the same, he knew that the current peace was only transitory.

Without any adventurers, the tavern seemed very quiet, giving it the same feel as a silent bar. Although it made people relax, it was also less fun.

For civilizations similar to the Middle Ages, there weren’t many sources of entertainment. Nighttime activities between men and women were pretty much all the commoners could look forward to. The nobles might have had a bit more variety, but there wasn't much they could entertain themselves with either.

Wyatt took a sip of the poor quality ale. It was difficult to drink, but this was the greatest luxury that most people in the world could enjoy.

Being able to drink a mouthful of it was already enough to make many poor people envious. The price of a cup was equivalent to the price of a loaf of black bread, which was barely a meal for a family of four.

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