CP: Human Trading Company Boss x half-elf sl*ve 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 sl*ve, in case some of you may be confused by the summary. It says 社畜, the sl*ve 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.