Isekai Yururi Kikou: Kosodateshinagara Boukensha Shimasu

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Vol. 3 Ch. 21 - Cerulean Palace!
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Ah yes, their garbage dump is a treasury for the pitiful land peasants.
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Lol
We put the good stuff in the trash, they'll never figure it out
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Plot twist
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Actually, pearls are elven poop
https://mangadex.org/chapter/894689/1
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I guess something about the constitution of mermaids make such herbs and items useless to them. But still, you'd think that some business minded mermaid would think of selling this to land dwellers or something.
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some may call this junk me i call them treasures
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this chapter is literally "one man's garbage is another man's treasure"...
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>mermaid
>tomboy
>shrine maiden

Just ticking off all the fetish boxes aren't we
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@diidlydoo thanks๐Ÿ˜€
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thank you for translating! and stay safe
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here i offer you my reward ! my "dumping site"
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@KingRagnarok150 its chapter 41
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@parkourse

They would.
Provided they also had a way of retrieving the items, which might be either magical items, water magic or enslaving aquatic beings.
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Thanks for the update! Though 2 months per chapter really makes me forget about the story and i have to reread it e every time hahahaha

Still though, i appreciate the effort! Thanks again!
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Better tha magic sword poop? Worse? Same?
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G A R B A G E D U M P

bruh if the humans found out about this shit they'd start a war

...wait, war of the trash

lmfao
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NICE it's still updating ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›
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https://www.novelupdates.com/series/isekai-yururi-kikou-raising-children-while-being-an-adventurer/
what chapter is this in the novel?
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As they say one mermaids trash is an isekaid soy boy’s treasure
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@arashikitsu

Yes, they were somewhat hesitant, but it would still be absurd for them to offer him something that they expected to have very little value to a land-dweller. It's one thing if an alien asks to be take to the landfill; another to propose that as a reward on an off-chance.

My original comment was (and my position remains) that they should market the stuff, not that it would be inconceivable that they would fail to do so.

And, yes, some people are really bad about where they discard trash. But others organize not only the removal of their own trash, but that of others, and a few even engage in impromptu removal of such trash. In any case, again, my point concerned what they should have been doing. It's always possible to argue that people won't do what is reasonable.

I s'pose that, if the author is going to bother to offer an explanation, then it will come in the next installment. But I don't think that he will bother.
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