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Solo1 month ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, Edoc'sil! Hmm. Well, agree to disagree. (^ ^)
Edoc'sil1 month ago
I feel like the author doesn't know when to put comedy session in the story. The tension that I feel when souya realize he forgot rana gone, the seriousness when souya planning to take down the representative hero puff... like it doesn't exist. The tension of the story is currently high, I don't think he should slow down the tension like that. It'll break the immersion when reading the story.
FoxReader105514 months ago
Seems like so long as Souya doesn't lay his hands on women who has no interest in him or skirt chasing them he's safe from his harem's wrath
Solo4 months ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, FoxReader10551! Well, as long as he doesn't reach King Lemuria or Melm's level, he'll be fine.
794294 months ago
So Souya has forgotten that Rana killed the fire beast. It seems that even though he remembered Rana is his wife, he still forgot some details that are associated with her. Makes me wonder if the people who told him that also forgot they told him though. Also, the powers of gods are often heavily associated with their histories. Makes me more curious what exactly Souya's god has done for her power to make others forget her, and as a result, erase her misdeeds. I'm thinking of some sort of relationship that ruined a Kingdom, considering what people lose are their relationships, but such a deed seems too "light" to have elevated someone to godlihood. (So basically a misdeed related to her relationships that will make her want to erase all relationships/memories of her, thus effectively undoing her misdeed). This begs the question of whether she wants to erase her past due to shame or genuine fear of the consequences. On another note, for some reason I feel like the leader of Elyssium is a rogue AI. Read more Read more Thanks for translating this story! Show less
Solo4 months ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, 79429! Just to correct you a little, the beast Rana killed wasn't a beast of fire. She simply killed a beast with fire(her specialty magic). As for Misuranika, we'll get her backstory soon-ish, so I'll just let you read on~ Read more The leader of Elysium an A.I., huh? That's certainly an interesting idea! Show less
Jean Telmo Saucedo Arriola4 months ago
is it my idea? o Souya forgot Japanese customs and even that Ea is not his real sister, it even seems that he forgot that she is from another world... Regarding Melm, it seems that he cares too much about Souya and it seems that it seems to be about Rana, but why? Will it be a performance his way of being and in reality if he loves his daughter?. now with his plan to destroy the heroes and a collateral massacre, the only thing that comes to mind with wheat flour is... something that goblin slayer used to kill an eye monster that guarded a magic mirror in a tomb below the city of water, if you read that novel, you already know what I use wheat flour for. Read more thanks for the translation Solo Show less
Solo4 months ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, Jean Telmo Saucedo Arriola! I think most people know that scene (see below comment) haha. As for how Melm acts, I can't say too much cuz I don't want to spoil the story, but you're definitely on the right track. Read more Souya is starting to realize that something is not right. Is it because of the hat the Faceless King gave him? Or? Well, I can't reveal the answer, but read on~ Show less
Ntuzzzmutz4 months ago
Wheat flor bomb
Ntuzzzmutz4 months ago
I mean, wheat flour bomb... Lol. Thx for the translation solo.
Solo4 months ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, Ntuzzzmutz! That's an interesting theory. Still, I can't comment cuz spoilers, so read on~
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