Chapter 11: [Steel] Demon Lord’s real ability

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Wight who was left in charge after his lord had gone out to conquer [Viscosity] and [Evil]’s dungeons quietly concentrated. Never did he doubt that his respected lord or even the girls his lord loved would succeed.

However, his duty was to protect the city his lord, Procell, founded. It was an important duty entrusted to him precisely because his lord had faith he could do it.

Failing was absolutely not an option even if it meant sacrificing their lives to protect the dungeon.


“Wight-sama, the enemies have arrived.”


The brown-skinned girl beside him, a Dwarf Smith, spoke with a slightly tensed voice. In recognition of her operation of the golems which played a major role in the last war, she was appointed to be the adjutant to Wight.


Wight was currently in the second room of the dungeon and was therefore unable to survey the enemies through the crystal. To make up for this and to serve as his eyes was his adjutant, the Dwarf Smith, who was able to see what the golems she controls could see. By letting her report detailed information, Wight would then be able to issue the appropriate instructions.


Their first line of defense, the first room of the dungeon, seemed like the same 2 kilometer straightforward room used in the war against the [Wind] Demon Lord with Mithril Golems equipped with heavy-machineguns stationed near its exit. …it was actually an improved version of that room with many and various additional gimmicks.


“Hmm. Miss, how many enemies are there?”

“About ten.”

“I highly doubt the enemies are only this much. I think it’s safe to assume these enemies are spies sent to gauge our strength. If that is what they want, then let us show it to them. Issue the order to begin attacking.”


He judged that it didn’t matter which kind of trick was at play and ordered an attack.

By the Dwarf Smith’s command, the Mithril Golems pulled the trigger of their heavy-machineguns and unleashed a mass of murderous intent.

Like that, the curtains of the battle were raised.


Procell’s words floated in Wight’s mind. Each of his lord’s words were clad in a radiance seen in the likes of gemstones.

His lord had imparted to him countless of tactics.

Even now, his heart was with his lord. He decided that just perfectly accomplishing the role granted to him wasn’t enough; he would do better than perfect.



~[Steel] Demon Lord Zagan’s point of view~


I really have unreliable allies thought [Steel] Demon Lord Zagan as he clicked his tongue.

He allied himself with two other Demon Lords but they were so unbelievably useless. After letting the [Creation] Demon Lord do as he pleased, they lost the will to fight and decided to just hole up in their own dungeons.

In the end, he had no choice but to conquer Procell’s dungeon on his own.

Still, he got to admit he was thankful to Procell for deploying his best monsters outside of the dungeon.

Though it was that incompetent decision of Procell that forced Zagan to be the only one to set out to conquer the dungeon in the first place, he didn’t feel angry about it; if anything, he felt happy to be the one to get to personally crush Procell’s crystal. He thought of such and raised the corner of his mouth while being clad with his Monster of the Covenant, a Killing Armor.

The Killing Armor was a higher-ranked Living armor. And monsters of the Living Armor lineage were monsters that had great offensive and defensive capabilities. They were also armors that were hollow inside and could therefore be worn.


Aside from the Killing Armor, the two A rank monsters that were loaned to him were also by Zagan’s side. He was as safe as could be imagined. A coward such as him wouldn’t dare go out to the battlefield if he had anything less than this.


“That guy Morax did a wonderful thing giving me his A rank monster. He’s still useless but he’s at least better than [Viscosity]. Fufufu, now, let’s attack this deserted dungeon with two A rank fully-leveled monsters!”


The [Steel] Demon Lord chuckled so.

No matter how he thought about it, there was no way for him to lose.

Even so, he knew he needed to be cautious about the Mithril Golems and their huge cylindrical weapons that were used to crush the [Wind] Demon Lord.

To break through of those, he formulated his plan. Procell would probably not even know what hit him.


First was to send out scouts.

Zagan wasn’t a fool that would just implement his Mithril Golem countermeasure right off the bat. There was always the chance that there could be traps placed to counter his own countermeasures. Hence, to confirm whether or not Procell used the very same tactics as before, Zagan sent out scouts.


A tiger does its best even when hunting sheep. There is no room for error.

D rank Living Armors made clanking noises as they entered Procell’s dungeon from the white space. The purchase of these monsters with DP became possible ever since Zagan had made the B rank monster Killing Armor. And so, losing the Living Armors was of little to no consequence since he could always just buy some more.


Zagan then closed his eyes.

Supposedly, his ability was to create ores and that would make one think of production. However, there was two other points to his ability. He concealed these two points to even his allies and made them think he was a fool that would carelessly expose all of the cards on his hand.


Anyway, the first one was that he could also see what the inorganic-type monsters under his control could see. Some monsters could do this with golems but his Unique Skill was overwhelmingly far more extensive.

The second was that he could enhance the defense and magic defense of the inorganic monsters in the same room as he’s in. His monsters which even normally had high defense would become much tougher, enough to rival an iron wall. Any half-hearted attack would be easily shrugged off.

He thought of his Unique Skill as appropriate for him who would someday be the strongest Demon Lord.


And like that, Living Armors entered Procell’s dungeon.


“Really now, a fool only ever knows one trick, huh?”


Zagan sneered.

It was a straight path and at its end were the Mithril Golems and their cylindrical weapons; the very same scheme Procell used in his battle against the [Wind] Demon Lord.

Seeing this, [Steel] Demon Lord Zagan was convinced and certain that his strategy was superior to Procell’s.


It was clear just from their first moves. Procell probably thought they would devote themselves to defense given their side’s advantage and thus intended to defeat them by ordering all of his troops to attack.

In actuality, their side opted for an aggressive strategy; when attacked, they were to immediately share that information to the others and whoever was not attacked would invade Procell’s dungeon. To Zagan, it was an ingenious plan.


[Evil] Demon Lord Morax suggested that Procell had managed to see through their strategy but for Zagan, that was an overestimation born only out of Morax’s main force being annihilated all at once. Really, that Morax is such a coward.


In addition, the countermeasures against the Mithril Golems which Procell seemed to rely heavily upon were perfect.

Other than the ranks of their medals, Zagan was confident he wouldn’t lose to any other aspect against Procell and that included this [War].


And then, after he had beaten Procell, his next target was [Wind]. He felt that her medal—An A rank and one of the four great elements—suited him just fine.

That’ll show that shit of a woman for rejecting my offer of an alliance. After I break her crystal, I’ll be sure to make her suffer..

After their first year, the new Demon Lords were to be given a new crystal should theirs be broken within that timeframe. However, that would amount to nothing if the Demon Lord themselves were killed. So if Zagan were to threaten to kill a fellow new Demon Lord, he should be able to pretty much make them do anything he wished.


“Now then, time to show them all my strategy!”


Zagan shouted so and the slimes in the vanguard began creeping its way forward. Most noteworthy was the gigantic light green slime that looked like it could swallow a fully grown adult whole. Beside it were more than a hundred dog-sized slimes.

The gigantic slime was [Viscosity] Demon Lord’s Monster of the Covenant, an Acid Slime.

While the relatively smaller ones were the D rank Glow Slimes that Ronove had become able to purchase.

A characteristic of the Acid Slime was its [Shock Absorption]. In exchange for an almost nonexistent attack power, this monster was more than able to withstand a barrage of attacks coming even from an A rank monster. In addition to that, this slime also possessed powerful self-regeneration.

The Glow Slimes too possessed similar abilities albeit of several ranks lower.


His strategy was exceedingly simple.

First, the Acid Slime was to advance while it endured the enemies’ onslaught. When it has taken too much damage, the Glow Slimes were to act as its shield and buy the Acid Slime some time to heal itself. The Acid Slime also had the ability to absorb into itself another slime’s liquid body. This meant that the Acid Slime could absorb the bodies of the fallen Glow Slimes that acted as its shield to speed up its self-regeneration.

And then, once they were close enough, the Acid Slime was to wrap its acid body onto the Mithril Golems and their mysterious weapons. The acid wouldn’t be able to melt mithril but the weapons should be ruined. So long as the weapons were taken care of, everything else was easy; there was no need to fret about the sluggish Mithril Golems.


But then, by his estimate, things might not even need to reach that point. This was based on the projections of the war before where the cylindrical weapons took a rest from firing, suggesting a limit to its continuous use.

Furthermore, since it was a long-range weapon, it should have limited ammunition.  He was confident that before the slimes even get the chance to swallow the weapons, those would have first turned into useless metal rods.


For this war, they had handed DP over to [Viscosity] and had him make a massive amount of slimes. And Zagan fully intended to make a profit out of this investment.


“I have to finish things here before [Viscosity] falls. Though I doubt his A rank monster would lose to Procell’s monsters. Well, it is [Viscosity] and he most probably will find ways to screw himself up.”


And like so, the slimes borrowed from [Viscosity] entered Procell’s dungeon one by one.



Creeping its way in the very front was the gigantic Acid Slime.

It didn’t have much but the slime seemed to have at least enough intelligence to squeeze its liquid body down to as slim and low as its highly dense body would allow, hence resulting to an efficient means of defense.


Behind the Acid Slime were the numerous Glow Slimes that were creeping their way forward in a similar fashion. And flying over their heads were the countless bullets being fired.

It was going great but then the Mithril Golems, upon the Dwarf Smith’s instruction, momentarily stopped firing and adjusted the angle of their guns’ muzzles. After a short while, they resumed firing, only this time, they readjusted the angle of their guns’ muzzles for each round fired.


The bullets that flew over the gigantic slime’s head began to graze it, getting closer and closer, until finally, the slime was hit. The gigantic slime wobbled greatly. However, that was it, nothing more, nothing less. The bullets stopped moving before it could exit the slime’s body. The slime then continued to creep forward as it spitted out the 12.7mm bullets it stopped.

Even compared to all monsters, the physical resistance displayed here was top class.


As I thought, if anybody could do it, it’s these guys, thought Zagan who struck a victory pose when he saw the scene through the eyes of a small inorganic monster that used the slime army as shield.

And then, perhaps due to being done with adjusting the angle of their guns’ muzzles, the golems began to once again rapid-fire.

Despite only seeing it through the eyes of another being, the storm of mayhem was enough to make Zagan tremble.

The heavy-machineguns spewed out ten bullets per second and each of those bullets was comparable an A rank monster’s full-strength attack. And yet, the Acid Slime pressed on—even though it shook wildly—as it absorbed a large amount of bullets into its body.

By all rights, the hail of bullets should have overcome the Acid Slime’s [Shock Absorption] by now but thanks to the slime squeezing its body close to ground, only one out of three bullets hit it. That low accuracy gave the slime enough time to self-regenerate.

Even so, the damage done to the slime was piling up little by little. The Glow Slimes were used to shield some parts of the gigantic slime’s body and thus give it more time to recuperate. The bodies of the killed slimes were then absorbed into the bigger one’s body, healing it even more.

All in all, things were going as [Steel] Demon Lord Zagan had predicted it would.


“Fufufu, has no one ever told that stupid guy to never again use an already exposed trick? This is what he gets for wanting everyone’s attention and recklessly volunteering in that sideshow!”


And then, the heavy-machineguns finally stopped firing due to its gun barrel becoming too hot to use.

In the meantime, the Acid Slime finally finished healing itself up and proceeded to rush ahead.


“Even that incompetent [Viscosity] could actually be of use to me. Now, my monsters, attack!!”


He made his monsters that were on standby in the white space rush inside.

As for Zagan himself, he remained outside with the A rank monsters. He was to remain there until all of his monsters have entered the dungeon.


Even when some of his monsters had entered, the firing still haven’t resumed. It was as though those weapons have become completely useless. Just in case it was a bluff, the slow slimes remained in the lead, still acting as important shields.

It was the right call to assign [Viscosity] the fool’s monsters to act as shields.


Halfway through, things suddenly changed. The slimes were all of a sudden wrapped in flames that came from the sides.

Slimes were strong against physical attacks but were awful against high temperature. And so, being covered in flames, they writhed in pain.

The Acid Slime wrapped the other Glow Slimes into its body in an effort to put out the flames. Ultimately, it failed at completely doing so. It had an almost nonexistent intelligence and yet it nevertheless felt injustice as it burned away.


“Wha­–what’s going on!?” cried [Steel] Demon Lord Zagan.


The cause for such was simple: Golems. Although the dungeon room looked nothing but a straightforward path no matter how one looked, its walls were actually excavated wide enough to fit the golems that would hide in them. These tunnels were then disguised in order to conceal them.

Thanks to Elder Dwarf and the Dwarf Smiths’ continued efforts in making golems—one for each of them each day—the amount of golems in Avalon was well more than enough. In the same way, they also prepared many weapons that could correspond with various situations.

One of those were the flamethrowers that were carried by the golems that just appeared. These weapons repurposed the napalm mixture used in the aerial corps’ bombs. That’s why, even when the Acid Slime wrapped itself with the Glow Slimes, the demonic flames born out of the mixture did not disappear.


Procell considered his enemies would counter his Mithril Golems and their heavy-machineguns using monsters that most likely had abilities like shock absorption or ones that granted physical damage resistance. If so, then to answer this, he made the golems with the flamethrowers hide in the tunnels where they could ambush the enemies.

And then…


“Wait, what, what’s the meaning of this?”


The attacks of the Mithril Golems surely did stop and the heavy-machineguns unusable. That much was no act but…


“New golems with those damned weapons have appeared!?”


If something was broken, you simply had to replace it.

There were actually six Mithril Golems with heavy-machineguns. Also, they were setup so that they could switch with one another at any time.


Then, why had they not switched until now, one might ask. The answer was simple; Wight patiently waited for when the enemy—after being tricked—charged his troops in.


As a matter of fact, the slimes could have been dealt with much earlier but doing so might have made Zagan hesitate and thus not send in his troops.

And so, until serious damage could be dealt, Wight waited.


The slimes that acted as shields were no more, exposing the numerous prey.

The new Mithril Golems open-fired with their heavy-machineguns. Its 12.7mm large caliber bullets, released at a rate of about 10 rounds per second, travelled at nearly three times the speed of sound. When shooting a human with it, rather than opening a hole, it would make its target explode beyond recognition. That power is then increased further when it’s combined with the bonus provided by Mithril Golems’ crazy strength. Its destructiveness which was ineffective before was now finally on full display.


Zagan’s monsters were inorganic monsters that focused on toughness. However, against those heavy-machineguns, it could not hope to compete.

Zagan’s monsters’ made cracking sounds and fell one by one.


“Fall back, FALL BACK!”


To decrease his losses even if by only a little, Zagan issued so.





More Mithril Golems appeared. Of course, they were also with heavy-machineguns of their own. They were positioned further back in the room so they most probably were from the adjacent room, Zagan thought.

The new ones then lined up with the first ones and the assault became even fiercer. Twice the guns meant twice the damage.

At a lightning fast speed, Zagan’s monsters were exterminated. Zagan came to this realization when there were no more monsters that could become his eyes. In the end, not one monster that went into the dungeon came back.


“My… my strategy, he has seen through it..” whispered Zagan as though the words had to be wringed out of his throat.


He intended to counter Procell’s strategy but got caught up in Procell’s own countermeasures.

With the catastrophe just now, he had lost half of his monsters.

Furthermore, he lacked any means to break through.

What should I do, what should I do???


His joy from earlier was now replaced with gut-wrenching despair.

When he was about to give up, the monster beside him spoke up.


It was a white tiger-type monster.

It had two sharp fangs; its body was muscular and tough; and was covered in beautiful platinum and black body hair.

High-ranking beast monsters—this one included—held intelligence and could even speak.


“Boy, I mean, you, what do you intend to do? I have been peeking into your mind since a while ago and I have also seen that spectacle. So, do you want to break through?”

“Of course I do, but what about those strong attacks?”

“Hmm. Then, leave it up to me. This ought to be fun. If their opener is this enjoyable, then I’m sure the defenses further in will be even more. Good, good. I’ve heard from my master that this war will be interesting so I participated but for a moment there, it was boring me to death. But if things are like this, it looks like I’m going to enjoy myself.”


Such was the monster born as an A rank monster that could grow. It was a being that boasted of being one of the most powerful among the monsters of [Viscosity]’s parent.


“Please, I beg you, do something about those guys.”

“I got it. After all, for the moment, you are my master.”


Zagan threw away his pride and just wished for the defeat of the Mithril Golems.



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74 thoughts on “Chapter 11: [Steel] Demon Lord’s real ability”

  1. Meh. Do we really have to sit through all three battles? Battles really aren’t the strongest point of this novel, and it’s starting to get a bit long-winded and tedious to read.


  2. thx for the chapter :3.
    When i read the title i though Zagan have powerful tactic but, meh. He’s just leech of his A strong monster get from his Demon Lord parent


  3. darkloki2 said:

    thanks for the chapter!


  4. Thanks for the chap!


  5. One of the most powerful monsters of his parent is going to die, ah, the tragedy.

    This steel demon lord is really funny, seems he doesn’t have steel balls though 😀

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  6. So your saying none of the shot damage the nucleus of the slime? Have you ever seen a jag of water or ballistic gell being shot? Consider that the slime is being shot by a gatlling….


  7. Thanks for the chapter.


  8. Deamonzean said:

    Oh damn lolicell is going to obtain a tiger rug after this.


  9. Thank you for the chapter~


  10. …I wonder if Steel have the same limitation as creation, that he can’t make magica ores.

    if he can make magical ores, let him pay for his life in oraculum. If not, his ability sucks


    • I think it was mentioned that he can make orihalcum albeit only a small amount. But then, maybe he was just pretending when he demonstrated it to his allies.


  11. Thank you for the chapter.


  12. Kensei Seraph said:

    Thanks for the chapter.


  13. sdarkpaladin said:

    Man… I’d totally make a golem squad. First row of small size golems with flamethrowers. Second row with medium size golems with miniguns. Third row with anti-tank material rifles. Fourth row with self propelled grenades. The march would be slow but incredibly deadly. Unless of course we employ the use of troop transports.


    • ammo would naturally be a problem, but yeah, that is a pretty good idea. problem being, golems in this world doesn’t seem to be that flexible in the customization department.

      which is why it’s essentially what he have made the next best thing to your plan, with the 3 firing ranks. flamers in first row, from hidden bunkers. then as far as we know, machine guns. and rocket skeletons/dwarfs. Only, rockets are only used once machinegun fire doesn’t work.

      And defencive elven snipers are so far unneeded, machineguns and normal rifles have a killing field for their entire effective range. and 3 km is fairly long. don’t remember if they made more than one koridor, but if he did those 3 corridors, people will have to run for almost 10 km while under fire without cover. No need ad snipers to that, their effective range isn’t THAT much better, it’s mainly their aim that allow them to work on large distances. and if you decide where the enemy can be, that extra aim is largely unnecessary. apart from very specific instances where you need to hit weakspots, and even then, iron curtains have a decent shot at achieving that


      • he still have aerial bombers so lets look foward to the next chapter


      • true 🙂

        not sure how good aerial bombardment is as a defensive tool though, i can’t think of a single defencive use that isn’t just as easily achieved with traps… (well, maybe putting elf snipers on their backs for untouchable gunners, but a decent bunker can achieve almost the same thing…)

        to me, aerial superiority is an assault mater. in the dungeon, he can remove the threat of enemy fliers by simply having a low ceiling…


      • well i do agree but it depends on the circumstances and the topography tho. sometimes its just really effective to lure your enemies into an aerial bombardments cause you have to go all out if you can right? as long as you can get more cards. welp i think its just me that loves to go all out to gauge my skill and improve it tho. and i like these tactics its really are bold for lolicell.


  14. Barnaby said:

    Wow, today’s chapter is really long!

    And now I’m confused again. is this happening during or after Kuina’s and Rorono’s assault on viscosity’s dungeon?and, if it was after wouldn’t those slimes not exist? I know that the ownership of the glow slimes was handed over but can demon lords really give others control of their monster’s of the covenant?

    Ahh, now that I’m trying to ask the question I’m getting confused over what I want answered. Oh well, it’s not the technical things that I read this for.


    • During. The 3 dummies strategy was to assemble strike teams from all 3 dungeons in the first room, with the key players outside. once procell attacked, the 2 that were not attacked would send reinforcements to the assault team. meaning, they held their attack of awaiting reinforcement.

      Only, metal was the only non attacked, which is why he is attacking alone. Slime should be just about destroyed, and evil is about to die. he gave over his A-rank the moment he realized that it would do nothing to keep him alive, and then bought time with labyrinths

      only problem is, all the slimes should be dead now (a-ranks are there, meaning slimes is just about to disappear) and kuina should be running out of the dungeon during this attack. No idea where Procel is right now.


    • Procell’s two teams probably haven’t reached the crystal rooms of their targets.

      On the handing of monsters of the covenant, I feel it should be weird at least. I mean, their souls are connected after all.


  15. KuRuuRuu said:

    Thank you for the chapter..!
    Whew..are you sure that tiger has intelligence? lol
    But I’m surprised at how it can read Zagan’s mind… I wonder what it’s power is.. 😮


  16. thediabolicalgenius said:

    Thanks for the chapter noob!

    Well we all knew Zagan was a small fry before this, so nobody is surprised. His head isn’t too bad, but his personality completely ruins it. He comes up with an effective strategy to deal with the golems with heavy machine guns and thinks he already won. He got so high on his delusions of grandeur he refused to even consider that Procell knew he had already shown it off and would have prepared something else to deal with any countermeasures they came up with. But the small fry are small fry because they’re small, yet think they’re so big and bad. So now he ends up relying completely on the A-class monsters, just like we knew he would. Without Procell or any of the girls there though, some damage is likely unavoidable.


    • … they DO have a room full of TNT… with properly calculated blastpoints and shrapnel dispensers… but yeah, have a few casualties to the second one. or the first, if Wight can’t draw back in time.


      • thediabolicalgenius said:

        Those skeletons are just too fragile. Even if they hit those bastards with everything they’ve got and inflict a ton of damage, it just take one of them getting close enough to get a hit in and a bunch of skeletons would crumble. It’s hard not to expect casualties.


  17. Reaper Phoenix said:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    Hope Wight and his skeleton bride doesn’t die. Considering the death flags they raised.

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    • metazoxan said:

      I’m actually hoping Ske-chan dies because since Procell promised to marry her and wight he’ll probably use one of his two “remakes” to recreate her as a Loli lich or something.

      He needs a good high ranked undead but wight already turned it down. Also Ske-chan is way too low ranked to be getting as much attention as she is so she could really use the upgrade.


  18. Those golem remind me about Assault Hound/ Hell Hound of the Anomaly 2 unit, especially, the Machine gun and Flame Thrower… except for the fact that Hound Division use Twin Gatling Gun and Dual Flame Thrower.
    If he can create a Long Range Siege unit like Hammer( Slegde/ Rocket), then his city would be invincible against all type of attack from both Air and Ground( and from naval attack due to Slegde Hammer using Quadruple Anti-Gravity Engine to lift itself from the ground, make it usable on the water surface).
    Anyway, thanks for the update.


  19. Thanks for the new chapter!


  20. philippespalla said:

    thanks for the chapter XD


  21. this tiger has tired of living IoI and soon it will death, with amusing way of dead ahahaha 😀

    thx for the chapter ^^


  22. Procell will still win in the end,

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  23. Random Internet User (tm) said:

    Thanks kindly for all the hard work!


  24. I knew flamethrowers would come into play but expected a trap not golems with flamethrowers lol

    That tiger must be something if he feels like he can break through.

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      • Barnaby said:

        Due to her eyes ability and also because she was the one that made it in the first place, she already knew how to operate the power armor. If it were for the other dwarfs then they would first need training on how to use it. Additionally, the gap between S rank and B rank is huge. It’s unknown whether the B rank dwarfs would have the ability to operate the armor in the case that it causes strain on it’s operator. couple that with Rorono’s cognitive ability, she would be able to perceive and react to situations before the B ranks even know they’re in a situation. There is also the problem of it’s extensive and nigh impractical consumption of mana. though Rorono seems to think that she can use Kuina’s fox tails to solve this problem. Another problem is Time constraints. They only had 3 days to prepare for the war, Rorono had been working on this for weeks and only managed before the war.


  25. Big Talk
    Thanks For The Chapter 😀


  26. *angry dog noises* said:

    Well, this was about as much fun as playing a tower defense game with unlimited currency. On auto-play. Against the first wave of invasion. With everything prebuilt.

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  27. Thanks for the chap!! poor slime-chan only make short appearance and got killed mercilessly and that white tiger sounds like a bad news.
    Anyway the author seems to make a new WN and moreover the protagonist is a slime..why dont u guys check it out


  28. Thanks for the chapter


  29. Error404 said:

    Thx For the Chap
    And the first as reader

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  30.     ○ _____
        Ⅱ Thanks!!|
        Ⅱ Nepu!! |
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      • Don’t tell me you’re the same person who spams the all caps comments on Guro’s site….


      • Obviously he is. Well, we both know he got waay too much time on his hand


      • Reaper Phoenix said:

        S/He appears on other sites too with different names. What doesn’t change is her/his reply to comments that mostly has little to do with the original comments. And the all caps.


      • Barnaby said:

        i was thinking the same thing. I hope not.


      • crywolf641 said:

        Wait who is Guro again? Was he the translator of slime tensei?
        If so this guy is probably that guy who kept spamming even when his commen was bloody annoying and redundunt.


      • metazoxan said:

        Don’t type in all caps for no reason idiot.

        Also if you payed attention Elder Dwarf’s mecha suit was a recently build prototype that relies partly on her own special abilities to opperate.

        To make ones for the dwarf smiths would take time to redesign and compensate for their lesser abilities.


      • crywolf641 said:

        Uhh yeah….your warning is being send to someone who turns a blind eye to it. If We are right he is someone famouse for spamming at the comments. Even if they are redundunt to the comment it self.
        We even guessed he uses different names. Like “The truth of the universe”


  31. Error404 said:

    Tq for the chap





      • he definitely could (creation lets him have a ridiculus amount of control over his monster spawning process), but it’s a waste of medals to gain the ability to buy golems, when he can buy a dwarf smith that can create golems ad infinitum. as for making a s-rank golem… why would he?

        the golems he can buy if he does that are the same or lower level than if he makes another elder dwarf and let her spam create golem (maybe a single level lower, but the near unlimited supply more than weights up for it). the only thing he is lacking is levels on his dwarfs and materials before he can make b-rank golems.


  32. To be fair and also his attitude aside, Zagan’s plan wasn’t half bad.

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    • I agree, as expected a demon lord has to be somewhat capable, but in the end he fell short and definitely chose the wrong opponent. If he survives he’ll have learned a hard lesson.



        wh the hell give him that tiger




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      • His strategy wasn’t THAT bad, but I think tolas was smarter, without the A rank monsters I think he would lose to stolas


      • His plan was fine, but he was altogether shortsighted. He didn’t even consider the possibility that Procell could have adapted his strategy even when Procell KNEW that he’d be fighting steel and slime monsters. Which is how he so easily let himself get overextended.

        I guess you could say he’s a good planner, but a poor commander.


      • In the end, he couldn’t think more than 5 steps ahead of the opponent. He looked down on his enemy and believed he was a one trick pony. No matter how great the strategy is, if he can’t predict or adapt to changes during battle, then he is a dead ma….demon lord.


      • Easykiln said:

        I think you are giving the guy too much credit. It was an effective countermeasure, sure, but also a really obvious countermeasure that probably was thought up by non-lust addled Evil anyway. I mean what else were they going to do? It was either have high physical resistance, like with slimes or ghosts, and tough it out , or be so fast that they don’t even have a chance to pull the trigger. The former is cheaper. Heat is probably the cheapest countermeasure, he should have seen it coming. Though he can be forgiven for not predicting it would be on the level of napalm, yeah.

        Something like a metal slime that can resist both would be rare, and probably would be taken care of by a magic ice trap or something to nullify its physical damage nullification anyway, but would be a lot better than this. A mixed specialist defense would cause a lot of losses, but they might have actually reached the golems before being wiped out that way. Best choice I can think of would be to have a force of buffers following behind the acid slime and giving it as many resistances as possible, but I suppose it’s too much to ask that they have suitable monsters for that.


      • We’re just trying to factor out everything we learned after the fact and bias/prejudiced views to make a fair judgment on his pure ability (also factoring out his egotistic personality) to make a more proper evaluation. In the end his grade is average and is not exceptionally farsighted. (Also factor in that Procell is the only one with advanced scientific knowledge).


    • thanks for translating 🙂

      And no, it was actually quite good. low position on physical resistance targets with a high regen and a heal factor, and an inbuilt way of disarming the golems once they could reach them. most likely also immune to that mustard gas trap he showed.

      as shown, maybe a bit to slow moving and inflexible (a pitfall trap could have ended it’s charge right then and there…unless it could climb roofs) but still a half decent plan. also should have made a backup plan besides Throw A-rank at him, since there always are risks with betting everything on a single monster. as shown, firetraps are fairly standard, and a few magic using monsters in a surprise attack would render them unable to attack a second such corridor.

      all in all, 7/10 for planing (good counter, no follow up), 5/10 for execution (the crouching slime brought it up a point).

      I wonder about what Evil brought to the table for the invasion besides the com system between demon lords. Maybe a speed buff monster? magic defence? illusions to make them harder to hit?

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    • lazygeko said:

      It is only good if you assume your enemy is unchanging.

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      • it was in fact an excellent step one.

        it’s after all a great tactic to overcome a specific trap. it just lacked the flexibility of unknown factors and follow up plans for when the plan makes first contact with the enemy.

        soo yeah. an excellent part one of a plan, forcing procell to play new cards, it was just not a whole plan.

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