Tensei Kendo no Harem Colosseum - Episode 2
The large breasted elf Duranta, a clumsy, peace-loving girl, somehow becomes the heroine of a bloody Colosseum; however, in truth, she was an idol-warrior, simply playing a part. Within the carnage of the Colosseum, the Thunder Troupe, led by Lighteus, put on performances that stop right before the kill in order to entertain the crowd. Unknowing of this fact, Princess Lunahasol, the clumsy and sadistic tournament sponsor, pretends to invite Duranta and her opponent Liguceun to her manor to dine with her, only to command Liguceun to rape Duranta in front of her. Coming from the princess, even such a ludicrous order must be obeyed, and so Liguceun pulls out his extraordinary rod in order to copulate in front of Princess Luna…
The Thunder Troupe’s Leader, Lighteus. Although her petite frame and her furry ears and tail make her seem cute, she is actually an experienced adult woman, one of the long-lived beastmen. The Thunder Troupe, led by her, pursed swordfighting as a form of entertainment instead of just killing. One day, She found Liguceun at the slave market. She realizes him to be “He Who Brings About Wisdom,” the one whom exemplified what she aimed to accomplish. Faced by a man who embodied her goals, she couldn’t help but be in heat. “Don’t underestimate my veteran pussy, I’ll take your cock like it’s nothing.” Her eyes already glazed over, she takes Liguceun’s brutishly large cock into her small pussy, evoking even a sense of taboo. The Troupe’s Idol, Duranta, unknowingly wanders around shaking her large breasts and hips, looking for Liguceun, not knowing that he was pushing the cock that made her moan deep into Lighteus’ tight little body.
Known as “The Empire’s Crimson Sword,” the extremely strong Princess Marshtaar silenced those who doubted her with her sword prowess. When she notices the Thunder Troupe’s acting out of battles, she attempts to expose them to the masses, but Liguceun uncovers the secrets to her powers, and takes her down. Now, Marshtaar must make true to her promise of servitude of the loser to the winner.