NanoDesu Project 37 – Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen…
Hey guys, it’s hikaslap, WOW we have so many projects, I almost feel bad. How is everyone going to read them all? This new one is about martial arts, love, and confusion! That’s never been anything but a winning formula in my experience.
Say hello to this ridiculously long title: Bu ni Mi wo Sasagete Hyaku to Yonen. Elf de Yarinaosu Musha Shugyou! Translating to “The tale of a man devoted to Martial Arts for a hundred years and died, only to be reincarnated as an elf.” Let’s watch the trailer!
Slava is an old man. On the verge of death, he has only two regrets; not perfecting his Martial Arts that had been passed down by his Master, and leaving his adopted daughter, as well as disciple, the Elf Alma, alone. His two dying wishes that he makes to her are that she take the hidden scroll of the school and learn its secrets, and that she would love, have a family, and be happy in his stead.
But Slava is reborn as an Elf, and with the same first name too! Being told that he was named after the only master of “Alma-sama”, it appears that some time had passed and his adopted daughter had become a very important person!
– Summary from NovelUpdates.com
We are just rolling in projects lately, but that’s because of our wonderful ND Academy, which has been so far a success! I think. I don’t have a bird’s eye view of the whole thing, but they seem to be doing well, and we now have four new interesting projects to our name, which is nothing to sniff at.
However, with this final one, I suppose the momentum will die down until we decide to open NDA again (we had a LOT of applicants last time). Here’s a story that could go in any direction, from poignant to hilarious to absolutely ridiculous. Won’t know until more is translated!
Nanodesuyo wrote a funny puzzle for this project, this time. The solution is to take the directions literally, “tell me what comes after this”. After the word “this” in each paragraph, you find “boo”, “knee”, “me”. Which would you would then have to transcribe in Japanese as Bu Ni Mi!