After posting an ad for a waitress in a last ditch effort to save his business, who should reply but a beautiful silver-haired, red-eyed young girl. A rival bakery opens right next door, while the Schutzstaffel in Wiltia hatches a furtive plan. The story contains topics that revolve around wars with a bit of politics in addition to its slice-of-life feeling and action. The way she kissed him at the end of the first volume, and how she is enjoying even his nervousness at the beginning of the second was too cute. I find the series surprisingly enjoyable.
I was also bothered by a few plot holes throughout the story—namely in the form of Lud being far too dense to work anything out regarding Sven. While there, Jacob has a surprising run-in, and soon major changes rock Tockerbrot. Final Thoughts It may sound strange to say, but the best part of The Combat Baker and Automaton Waitress for me was the beginning. No other money was provided. That said, I was also pleased that a large amount of the saving the day fell to both Sophia and Sven, who have no need for Lud to come and rescue them.
Here, The Combat Baker indulges in some more propaganda, this time a lot more blatantly:. It is a postwar story about a former soldier who takes on a mundane-sounding job in a fantasy European setting. The series to get this treatment is The Combat Baker and His Automaton Waitress - BookWalker describes the series thus: The Combat Baker and His Automaton Waitress is about an ex-soldier who moves to a rural town to open a bakery. This is a series that I think has strong potential to become something both unique and pleasant for English light novel readers, so I plan to read on to see how things fare in volume 2. The combat baker in question is Lud, who was one of the top fighters on the winning side of a war set in a fantasy World War-era Europe.
That there is apparently a great deal more to her than that only becomes apparent slowly, but I feel it does provide the strongest direction for any continuation. But after that battle, he suddenly disappeared. How will the relationship between Lud and Sven develop, and how will they face the government and people if another war is on the brink of erupting once again? Although his bread is really tasty and good, no one dares to come near the store… until one day a mysterious girl named Sven appears and agrees to help to help run the bakery as a waitress. Volume 2 Synopsis: While business was stabilizing at Tockerbrot Bakery, its owner, Lud Langart, received a surprising invitation. The English version is available exclusively via Bookwalker Global.
Just make sure to follow submission guidelines and rules. I will feed her common baked goods! All opinions are my own and were not paid for. It makes it easier to ignore. Of course, there are a few small problems. In fact, the whole trope is mostly reversed as Lud is the one that needs to be taken care of considering his entire life of being a soldier. Together, we were a symbol of Wiltia's strength.
With the war over, Lud now peacefully runs his bakery, but thanks to his frightening scowl, he can't sell a single loaf of bread. If that could be said to be the first test any story must pass, this one does so magnificently. I guess in that broad sense it is like Violet Evergarden, although the tone of the story is very, very different. I hope that's just me over-worrying though. Because Crimson Hawks never run or die! However, political speculation and conspiracy mean danger is swirling behind the scenes.
After posting an ad for a waitress in a last ditch effort to save his business, who should reply but a beautiful silver-haired, red-eyed young girl. However, I find Sven waifu material because of how adept she is as being human compared to Lud who tries to smile at children. How Combat Baker's Avei stands out, is that she's actually quite competent. Honestly, I found myself chuckling. Although there are very many common themes like a pacifist veteran, or a cute, young girl alongside a burly guy; the interactions between these two characters and the people around them are definitely what make up the story. The sweet smell of bread brings surprises to the doorstep. With the war over, Lud now peacefully runs his bakery, but thanks to his frightening scowl, he can't sell a single loaf of bread.
Now, if the first challenge any story faces is to get noticed in the first place, the second would be to hook any potential reader quickly enough that they keep reading, rather than the brief attention gained by the cover or title faltering and the novel being put aside. A great read, especially if you are someone who wants to encourage the progress in the protagonist's and heroine's relationship! The confirmation of her identity does not come as any surprise at all, but then it was never really concealed. At the very least, she likely is gonna go through a hell of a lot of hardship considering it appears Europea is within her and how she's desired as a key to the Dragon Doors. Yet, history holds that this capital simply disappeared, as though God willed it from existence, leaving behind only scattered remnants to be fought over by those clawing themselves from the ashes. He acted the same during the invasion of Amritard, which was later said to be the fiercest battle in the late days of the Great Euporean War.
Even though Lud just wanted to spend the rest of his days in peace, hiring Sven marks the start of turbulent and lively days. Part of what draws me to the series is how much fun Avei is. Erm, yeah, what to say to that? Discussion is usually around the latest translated chapter for a series but feel free to start other kinds of discussions. Luckily, Sven takes over with help from some hair dye and glasses. The war hero known as Silver Wolf — Lud Langart — pilots a humanoid assault weapon while he dreams of life as a baker.
In a tighter pinch than ever before, can Lud overcome his horrible past and, together with its lovable star waitress, reopen his bakery Tockerbrot?! Lud was trained to be a warrior, and although he hates to admit it, becoming such a prestigious warrior was never truly what he wanted in life. Okay, first off, this novel has an awesome title. His fortunes change, however, when a white-haired red-eyed girl answers his Help Wanted advert. This was a very good reading, I like the love, I like the story, I like how it develops, the setting of the world is very unique, there is some kind of old civilization in legend and now some wars and a man want to be a baker. Lud may be a baker, but he is also an excellent soldier.