Light Novel Volume 6 is the 6th volume of the In Another World With My Smartphone light novel series.


16-year-old Mochizuki Touya continues everyday life in his new world, well aware that it could all come tumbling down at any moment. He's the budding administrator of Babylon, the fledgling grand duke of Brunhild, and now he's a... mecha pilot? Desperate to find a way to halt the incoming Phrase onslaught, Touya makes a mad dash for the Hangar of Babylon, hoping it can give him the edge he needs. What he finds is the Frame Gear, an ancient humanoid fighting machine! Join Touya and his ever-growing band of wives as they tap into their mechanical sides. All systems standby for a tale of swords, sorcery, and oversized wrenches. (Via J-Novel Club)


  • Chapter I - Frame Gear (フレームギア?)
  • Chapter II - The Two Princes (二人の王子?)
  • Chapter III - If You're Prepared, There's Nothing To Fear! (備えあれば憂いなし?)
  • Interlude I - Mystic Eyes of the Catoblepas (カトブレパスの魔眼?)
  • Interlude II - A Tour Through Brunhild (ブリュンヒルド漫遊記?)



Hello again, it’s me. Patora Fuyuhara.

Hello again This marks the sixth time we've met. It's me, Fuyuhara Patora. Finally, we're on volume six of In Another World With My Smartphone. Did you like it?

We've finally reached the volume that reveals the Frame Gear. One of my greatest hopes when the story began serialization was that we'd be able to print enough to reach at least this point in the story, and we're finally here. This is thanks to all you loyal readers.

I suppose my next hope would be we make it as far as the appearance of Touya's special machine. I'm looking forward to it, I hope you are too. There's been a lot of bad guys in the series so far, hasn't there? But even when I think about all the villains that have shown up in the series, I think Prince Zabune is probably amongst the worst in terms of character so far.

He's the kind of person that only thinks of himself, looks down on the weak, and blames others when things go wrong. If I managed to make at least one reader think "What a disgusting guy," then I think I've done my job as an author properly.

I think I enjoy writing villains. Horrible characters are like him are fun to characterize. Some characters I try to write as roguish or rough around the edges but not entirely awful, but... As I continue to write them, they eventually become irredeemably horrid characters. So don't worry, I'll continue to write unpleasant villains in the future.

It's summertime right now as I'm writing this. Do you like summer? I can't say I'm fond of summer... I always feel weak during these months. I use 冬 character, which means winter, in both my pen name (冬原) and Touya's name (冬夜). I think it's probably a silent manifestation of my feelings about the seasons. My immune system is weaker in the summer, and it's easy for me to catch a cold. My summer cold is thankfully over as I write this.

I had an unpleasant fever and couldn't stop coughing... It lasted around four days in total, but I was in total delirium. It's a frustrating thing that happens every year.

They say that "idiots get summer colds," but I don't think they that "anyone who catches a during the warm days of summer is an idiot." I feel it means "Idiots are dense, so they take until summer to realize that they caught a cold in winter." Because of that, I don't think anyone who constantly catches summer colds is necessarily an idiot. Or, at least that's what I want to believe... Either way, winter is when I feel best.

Probably because I come from the northern provinces. Now, let's get to my words of thanks. To my illustrator, Eiji Usatsuka: thank you so much for the illustrations this volume. A lot characters were introduced and you rendered them beautifully. Thank you so much to Ogasawara Tomofumi, for designing the Frame Gears. They look so cool... There'll be a lot more Frame Gears to come, so I'll be relying on you more in the future.

As always, K, I'm indebted to you. Please don't catch a summer cold like me. To the editorial department at Hobby Japan, and everyone involved in publishing this book, thanks as usual. And very big thanks to you, dear reader. 

As well as everyone that read my story on Shōsetsuka ni Narō.

― Patora Fuyuhara

(via J-Novel Club)

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Volume 6 Chapter I Arc 17 Chapter 130 Not Available Not Available
Chapter 131
Chapter 132
Chapter 133
Chapter II Arc 18 Chapter 134
Chapter 135
Chapter 136
Chapter 137
Chapter 138
Chapter 139
Chapter 140
Chapter 141
Chapter 142
Chapter III Arc 19 Chapter 143
Chapter 144
Chapter 145
Chapter 146
Chapter 147
Chapter 148
Chapter 149
Nonexistent Chapter 150
Volume 6 Chapter III Chapter 151
Chapter 152
Chapter 153
Chapter 154
Interlude I Nonexistent
Interlude II

Footnote: † - Partially Nonexistent - 50% or more story line is missing.



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