Chapter 71 - Everybody Looks Like the Demon King
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The Tale of Hero Alice's Social Death (Pantsu Hero Alice) Chapter 71 - Everybody Looks Like the Demon King

Mana City was a border city in the Gryffin Kingdom. Meanwhile, Holl City was the kingdom's capital, and it was situated in the center of the kingdom. Thus, the two cities were considerably far apart, and Alice needed to take the train if she wanted to reach the royal capital within a reasonable time.

The railway train was a concept brought up by a middle-aged man roughly 300 years ago. Unfortunately, this middle-aged man passed away shortly after inventing the railway train.

Evidently, the middle-aged man was one of the other transmigrators the Loli Goddess had spoken about. However, unlike Alice, the middle-aged man was an unlucky bloke who did not have a special ability like Alice and failed to catch the Loli Goddess's attention. Thus, shortly after transmigrating to this world, the middle-aged man died due to the hidden injuries he suffered.

Because the railway train's inventor was a transmigrator from Earth, the railway train of this world was mostly similar to the trains found on Earth. The only difference to speak of would be the power source. Instead of relying on electricity to move, the trains here relied on mana.

Although I am starting to get used to it already, seeing a train in this world of magic still feels kind of strange…

With a backpack on her back and a rolling luggage in her hand, Alice boarded the white train headed for Holl City. When she saw the train's sleek and modern design, though, she couldn't help but voice a complaint in her mind. In her mind, a world of magic should be filled with old and antique designs. So, when she saw both old and modern designs coexisting in this world, she couldn't help but find it a little strange.

Shaking her head, Alice dismissed the useless thoughts in her head and continued pulling her luggage into the train.

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Fortunately, as this world's magicians would sometimes bring along existences like magical familiars with them, the train did not prohibit passengers from bringing pets onto the train. Thus, Alice had no trouble bringing the Milu Rabbit with her. She wouldn't have to worry about the Milu Rabbit causing a scene, either. After all, apart from eating and defecating, the Milu Rabbit spent most of its time unconscious.

Each car had nine rows of seats, with each row having two seats on the left, two seats on the right, and an aisle running down the middle. It was a layout Alice was familiar with, so she quickly located her seat—it was the leftmost window seat in the second row of the car.

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Novel Notes

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