The Weakest Summoner’s School Conquest – I Became Strong Only After Losing – Chapter 39

𝐀𝐧𝐭𝐢-𝐒 𝐜𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐑𝐚𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐥𝐝

Albero, Kid, and Lapis arrived at the premises with a dedicated building for B-class students.

The facilities are among the best in Asgard Summoning Academy. Students who are expected to be future summoners undergo daily training.

By applying, it’s possible to have individual training with a teacher, thoroughly analyze one’s Summoned beast, and seek and learn a combat style that suits oneself. Moreover, there’s a library that only B-class or higher can access, a school cafeteria with dishes made by chefs trained at famous restaurants in the town below, and a store of considerable size managed by top-class merchants.

Naturally, students chosen for B-class are filled with confidence and pride.

Moreover, Esterize of A-class above B-class and other A-class students are looked up to.

That’s why they are not fond of,

The S-class established by Principal Meteore. An existence called 『S-class』 that surpasses the 21 special A-class, made up of A-class and battle-hardened heroes.

Albero, who was formerly F-class, Lapis who rarely came to the academy due to illness, and Kid, a commoner from outside, were troublesome and annoying for the current B-class.

Therefore, the sight of those three boldly walking with the letter 『S』 on their backs was conspicuous.

“We’re getting a lot of attention. . . . . .I can feel the stares.”

“There’s a lot of hostility. What did you guys do to be hated this much?”

“This is what happens when you pick a fight with the Student Council.”

Albero answered casually and asked Lapis,

“Lapis, where’s the training ground?”

“Um. . . . . .”

That’s when Lapis was looking around searching,

“Albero. . . . . .”

“. . . . . .Ashe, huh.”

Ashe approached in front of Albero.

Ashe looked at Lapis, then Kid, then back at Albero.

“. . . . . .Where are you going?”

“To the B-class training ground. I’ve been called by Fugil-niisan. . . . . .where is it?”

“You better not go.”

“I have to. If you won’t tell me where it is, I don’t need you. Lapis, can you guide me?”

“Yes. . . . . .are you sure?”


Saying that, Albero passed by Ashe.

Kid seemed uninterested, while Lapis looked troubled switching her gaze between Ashe and Albero.

Ashe, watching their backs, shouted,

“Wait! . . . . . .Albero, I also. . . . . .I also want to. . . . . .”

Just as Ashe was about to say something, Grits and some girls appeared in front of her.

One of the girls gently covered Ashe’s mouth and held her arms.

“Hey, you’re looking for the B-class training ground, right? Go straight down that way and turn right.”

“. . . . . .”

“Ashe, let’s go. We have to follow the seniors’ instructions.”

“Let me go! I. . . . . .mmm?!”

Ashe was led away while being restrained.

Grits glared at Albero.

“What’s so great about S-class? And. . . . . .I won’t hand over Ashe.”

Saying that with a triumphant smile, he walked away.

Kid, with an expression that seemed to say he found something amusing, commented,


“Haha, these nobles are twisted. . . . . .you guys are pretty disliked too.”

“Fufu, you’re included too, Kid?”

“. . . . . .”

At Lapis’ harmless retort, Kid gave a wry smile.

Albero kept staring in the direction where Ashe was taken away.




The B-class exercise was of considerable scale.

In a massive dome-shaped building, numerous B-class students were coming and going. The stares directed at Albero and his group were harsh and angry.

Albero and Kid ignored all those stares. However, Lapis seemed agitated by them.

“Hey, Ojou-sama, stop fidgeting.”

“Could you please stop calling me that? I asked you to call me Lapis, didn’t I?”

“Alright, alright. I’m just a lowly commoner, so it takes me some time to understand the words of a noble like you.”

“Really! Stop mocking me!”


Kid was teasing and playing with Lapis.

The initial tension when they met had disappeared. This must be the real Kid.

Suddenly, Lapis tapped Albero on the back.

“Come on, Albero, tell him off! Kid’s making fun of me!”

“Ahaha. Kid’s just trying to make you feel better because you’re nervous.”


“No way that’s true. Come on, let’s go.”

Kid briskly headed towards the training area.

Following him, they spotted Fugil at the entrance of the training area.

“You’ve arrived, Albero.”

“Fugil-niisan. You mentioned there’s something to discuss?”

“Yes. . . . . .but it’s not me who will talk. It’s Rashild-niisan. Let’s go inside.”


“Hey, wait. Why are you acting so jittery?”

“What’s it to you. . . . . .”

“Your eyes are darting around. People who act like that usually have something to hide.”

“What did you say?!”

“Calm down, Kid. Nii-san, if we’ve offended you, I apologize. I’m truly sorry.”

“. . . . . .Hmph.”

Fugil started walking into the dome.

Albero, Kid, and Lapis followed him.

And then. . . . . .they entered the dome.

“Wow. . . . . .it’s vast.”

It’s no wonder Lapis was amazed.

The B-class training area was incredibly vast. The ground consisted of grass, gravel, dirt, and ponds, catering to various terrains. The dome’s walls, said to be indestructible, were made using the power of Summoned beasts. The ceiling was covered with a clear, glass-like material, allowing sunlight in and ensuring rain wasn’t a problem.

Kid then noticed something.

“. . . . . .Tch.”

While there were stands surrounding the dome for spectators, he felt numerous presences from there.

Moreover, all of these presences were filled with murderous intent. . . . . .

And then, standing imposingly in the center of the training area was a man. . . . . . Rashild.

“You’ve come, Albero.”

“. . . . . .”

Albero’s brother, Rashild, had an aura as strong as a rock.

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