CP: Human Trading Company Boss x half-elf slave of the company mage = Aldin x Dong Ji.
This time it’s going to be a pure research mage who has no combat ability
Gong (Aldin) is good and evil. He is not a good person. Of course, he is certainly not a villain. On the surface he is straightforward, but actually he is shrewd and a little bit reserved.
Shou (Dong Ji) Is a pure researcher. He has a gentle personality and is slightly kind. He is afraid of this and afraid of that. He lacks courage. He hopes that someone can protect him and only wants to have a stable environment to do research.
The protagonist = Dong Ji (the name is on the title). There are many supporting roles, but pay attention! The marked cp is the official cp.
It’s a traditional fantasy background, but the story itself is relatively low-magic. It can be said that it is very low-magic, not high.
It’s a kind of trivial story, mainly based on the circumstances of the characters, not the kind of legendary epic fantasy.
The title of the name of this novel shares the word 冬 dong, meaning winter, with the name of the protagonist, Dong Ji [冬蓟]. So, the title is a reference to the protagonist, a valuable ‘spellbook’, and to other things that could spoil the story if I tell them here.
Also, the protagonist is not an actual slave, in case some of you may be confused by the summary. It says 社畜, the slave of the company, the kind of employee who never complains.
The original summary maybe could be confusing and unattractive, but give this book a chance, I promise you won’t regret it.
This novel is set on the same world of To Burris The Spellcaster and His Family Dependent.