@Hiroshi212 thank you so much!!! :) just one more thing, 奴らと同じ場所で means "in a place same as they" so i suppose it has the context of "on their behalf" "in their place" "taking their place" is this correct?
@SakataCesar Well I think it's not used as the meaning of "taking their place", but just used as "the same place as they are" or "the same place as they fought". To be honest, I can't figure out only from that line.
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