The Saintess Next Door is a Super Popular VTuber – Chapter 12

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The Saintess Next Door is a Super Popular VTuber Whose Character was Designed by Me
Tonari ni Sunderu Seijo-sama wa Ore ga Chara-Design o Tantoushita Daininki VTuber deshita

Chapter 12 – The Chaotic Problem Consultation Room Part 3


“Money, huh……. Indeed, microphones, smartphones, PCs, illustrations, and software. They sure cost a lot of money.”

“When we debuted, we invested quite a lot of money.”


What does it take to become a VTuber? When Iori asked this question, Asumi and Reina answered “money,” and Iori agreed with them.


Even though he was mainly an illustrator, Iori, who did some live stream, also had a good amount of equipment, so he spends quite a lot of money.

Since the illustration of Kankitsu was his own work, this part was free, which was great, but it would be hard for other Vtubers.


“I had support from the agency in the early days, but if I didn’t have any money at all, I probably wouldn’t have been able to stay in the business.”

“Originally, I managed to generate some income as an indie, and that was a significant help.”

“With money, you can do anything! One, two, three, DAAH!”

“I’m not a nasty little boar?”


If you were affiliated with an agency, you might have some support and follow-up assistance.

However, it was fundamental that you had to provide your own equipment.


Asumi and Reina who before joined the agency were indie live streamers, managed to earn some money.

Also, they could also save money because they each had their own special skills and were independently performing without spending much money.


Asumi and Reina were acquaintances before they became live streamers. Asumi was knowledgeable in illustrations, and Reina was knowledgeable about streaming equipments and Live2D.

Therefore, they had a history of supplementing each other to keep costs down.


Even though they could not be called professionals, they were doing well as independent streamers.

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Then, they were invited and joined an agency, where they have been ever since.


“If one wants to join an agency now, does one need to have some streaming experiences?”

“In the early days of VTubing, there were agencies that were looking for people with no experience.”

“But there aren’t many now.”

“And I think it’s hard if you’re mentally weak.”

“I’ve heard so much about it. As Radish-san said in his question, it is necessary to have the skill to go through with it, and if you are worried about haters’ comments, you will get sick.”

“VTubing requires too many things, huh.”


It seemed that in addition to money, there were many other things that were necessary to be a VTuber, such as streaming experience and mentality.


Aside from Asumi, Reina seemed to have some trouble with haters, critical opinions, and comments.


In fact, while she was talking, her expression was somber and her eyes looked a bit dead.


“Illustrators must have a mentally tough time, too, right?”

“Well, yeah. Do you want to see my DM? It’s terrible. Sometimes I get a lot of DMs from haters and slander. Also, they ask me to draw for free.”

“Eew, that’s terrible. What action had you taken, Sensei?”

“I’ll just let them pass, like I’m making more money than those jerks can. Also, it’s fun to see the haters and other jerks get offended just because I draw a picture. Though it’s not good if I offend normal people.”

“Mama, you have a mentality like a superalloy, don’t you?”


[Mama’s invincible] [Mama’s the best, mama’s the best] [I wanna follow in your footsteps.] [I could write a book just on your mentality.] [What you say is somewhat absurd, but it’s also true.] [KUSA] [So strong. As can be expected from a pro]


Iori had it a bit better than the streamers, but there were still some troublesome fans or haters because of his popularity on social media.


At the training ground where the members of the knight order practiced hard.
As an instructor, I was teaching swords to all the Knights.

"Then, the next step is to swing the sword a thousand times. You won't improve just by swinging blindly. You need to imagine the opponent's movement."
""A, thousand times?""
"Kaizer-san. Are you sure you not making a mistake one digit?"
"Oh, right."
"When I and Elsa were in the village, we used to swing 10,000 times a day, but, you guys won't be done until the day changes, will you?
""You misinterpret the word mistake on one digit, are you?""

The standard of my and Elsa's training was probably too high, and most of them couldn't follow even the light menu.

"Come on, you'd better hurry up or it's going to get dark."

I clapped my hands and urged them.
The knights began to swing their swords while screaming.
As the warming up, they were running ten times around the training ground with their armor on, few of them could swing their swords properly.

"Is Knight Commander Elsa doing this training from an early age..."
"I thought she was a genuine genius swordsman.....that's why she's so strong.. we didn't even reach half effort she did."
"Either Kaizer-dono or Knight Commander Elsa is outrageous..."

I saw the helpless knights and mumbled.

"Umm. Looks like our normal isn't everyone's normal.''
"I was surprised when I came to the royal capital, because the training of the Knights, which was known to be tough, was felt only in lukewarm water. The training I had done with chichiue was, to most people, out of the norm."

Elsa murmured next to me.

"I didn't mean to be particularly strict...."
"I think so, too"

The knights couldn't endure the training and exhausted. Then one by one, they fell like a broken doll.
But, one person among them――.

Fortunately, he was mentally strong and well-trained, so it was not so hard on him.


It was often heard that influencers on the Internet, not limited to illustrators, were plagued by haters and negative comments.

In that sense, Iori was well suited for online activities.


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And among the fans, there were many comments that respected and praised him.


“My mentor once told me the Ten Commandments, or rather the Ten Articles of Artist, which are for illustrators in distress, “We shall kill the haters, so draw while you’re at it”.”

“I like that words. It’s a strong word.”

“Yeah. Since they are pulling out their swords, we will pull out ours, too.”

“Certainly. I also ban strange comments and fight back.”


Each of the three seemed to have a very similar stance on haters and slander.

It was a silly thing to take them seriously, and it would be that much more mind-numbing.


Reina said she did fight back, but only when she could break their arguments or drive them away completely.

She could not be a distributor if she could not do that much.


“Well then, let’s wish Radish-san the best of luck.”


“So, to sum it up, you need money, mentality, and some distribution experience.”


When they had finished discussing most of the issues, they ended the consultation.

The viewers left comments that they were quite satisfied with the consultation, and it must have been quite informative.


Iori also found out what was bothering him and learned that there are many aspects that are no much different from those of an illustrator.

After all, it was fun to collaborate with friends. It was a time that made him think so.







“Then, I think I’ll call it a day.”

“Yes, we’ll be back for the next K3 collaboration.”

“Let’s invite a guest and play a game next time!”

“Great! Who do you want to invite?”

Cecilia akhirnya sampai di depan makhluk buas itu.

Perbedaan ukurannya begitu besar sehingga ia harus mendongak untuk melihat wajah binatang itu, dan Cecilia yang ramping akan terinjak-injak dalam sekejap.


"Aku ngerti...... aku ngerti kok, Julis ......"

Cecilia memeluk kaki depan yang besar dan kokoh itu.

"Itu pedih, kan? Itu menyiksa, kan? Aku yakin Julis berusaha ngelindungin seseorang terus menjadi kaya gini....... Beneran deh, Julis itu baik banget. Biarpun dia sangat menderita sendiri."

Makhluk buas itu mengarahkan kaki depannya yang lain ke Cecilia, mencoba menarik Cecilia yang memeluknya menjauh.



"I, ini......"

Kaki depan itu berhenti tepat pada waktunya.

Cecilia tidak terluka, dan kaki depan itu berhenti tanpa tanda perlawanan.

Namun penderitaan itu muncul dalam bentuk teriakan.



"Aku belum bisa balas budi sama Julis buat segalanya...... Julis selalu ngelindungi aku, tapi aku terus banyak ngerepotin Julis.────Cuma ini yang bisa aku lakuin buat Julis sekarang."

Cecilia menguatkan lengannya yang memeluk kaki depan itu.

Ia ingin kehangatannya dirasakan, ia ingin perasaannya tersampaikan.

Cecilia tersenyum lembut pada makhluk buas itu, mengatakan kepadanya bahwa tidak apa-apa sekarang, bahwa dia tidak perlu berusaha terlalu keras.

"Aku bakal ada di sisi Julis...... sepanjang waktu, sepanjang masa. Julis ngga cocok sama penampilan kaya gitu, tahu? Kalo kamu balik lagi ke Julis yang biasanya, yang konyol, yang bisa diandalin, sama yang lembut.────Aku bakal seneng banget."

“I’d like to invite an uncle.”


[Great work!] [Otsu!] [That was interesting!] [It was interesting today, too.] [I’m looking forward to the next collabs.] [That was really informative.] [Great work!] [K3 is the best] [An uncle!] [That was fun.]


Time flew when you were having fun, and after about an hour and a half, the collaboration was over.


Even so, the conversation was still about the next stream, the guests, the stream content, and so on, and the enthusiasm had not yet cooled off.


The viewers in the comments section also commented on their thoughts and impressions, and the live stream was getting a positive response.


“Then let’s discuss it later. Do you two have any publicity?”

“No, I don’t. Although I will not be streaming for a while.”

“I’ll probably do a gacha roll stream in the future. I’ll let you know the details on Twitter.”

“Now the last one is from me. Everyone, there will be a New Year’s Big Comedy Quiz Contest on the PROGRESS official channel next weekend. Please come and watch! Let’s conclude this then. One, two.”



[I’m definitely going to watch it!] [Otsu-K] [Otsu-K] [Otsuuka] [Otsu-K] [I’m looking forward to the big comedy contest!] [Great work~] [Toway was great!] [Otsu-K~]


As the channel’s owner, Asumi, closed the session with a rousing round of applause, the speed of the comment section accelerated again, and the live stream ended with superchats and messages.




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“Good work, both of you!”

“Good work for you too.”

“Good job.”

“Who’s gonna be our next guest?”

“Hmm, let’s call the old man Wakura. We haven’t invited him yet.”

“He seems to have a lot of free time.”

“Wakura-san, right, I understand. How about calling one more person? How about Yoyo-san?”

“That’s good, isn’t it? Those two would make a lively atmosphere.”

“Then, let’s discuss the details later.”

“Oui, It’s time for me to go now.”

“See you later.”


Iori and Asumi had school to attend tomorrow.

They had only decided on the general plan and kept the meeting to a minimum.


Then Reina left first.

Maybe she was busy after all. There must be a reason why she overslept.


“Shall we end this too?”

“Yes. Thanks for your hard work. I’ll be right over.”

“Okay. I’ll be waiting for you.”


The two who left behind confirmed that Reina was completely out of the voice chat and had a secret talk with each other.


Today was another day that Asumi promised to come over for dinner.

It had only been a day since the last time, but today was special.


The next day they had school and a test, and today they had a live stream on Asumi’s channel, so she had a lot of work to do.

Because of this, they changed the arrangement to once every three days, and they were going to have dinner together afterward.


“It’s becoming more and more normal for us to eat together.”


Although initially, it was businesslike, soon enough they were having dinner together several times.

Iori was beginning to think that at this rate, he would be sharing the dinner table with her every day someday.


And as he was muttering these thoughts to himself,


“Sorry to bother you.”


A sound of the front door opening was heard, and Asumi, dressed in her casual clothes, came into the room.


[To be Continued]

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