Chapter 7: Marcho’s Advice and Anger

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It has been a while since I last came to Marcho’s dungeon.

I arrived here using the transfer array I had set up with her permission.

The only ones I brought along were my three [Monsters of the Covenant] and the crow monster that could use [Transfer].

It hasn’t even been a year since I was last here but I felt nostalgic.


I contemplated on whether to bring Wight as well since he also lived here before. However, since he was my staff officer, he was to be the one in charge of Avalon’s administration and defense whenever I’m not there and so, in the end, I decided to make him stay.


Anyway, we met with the Succubus in the residential area and petitioned for an audience with Marcho. However, we were asked to wait for a while. So, instead of idling, we chose to visit the house we used to live in before.


“It hasn’t changed, has it?”

“It’s exactly as we left it!”


Kuina cheerfully responded to my comment. The house we used to live in looked just like when we left it.

When Marcho inquired about what to do with the furniture, I asked her to keep it so them still being here didn’t surprise me. What surprised me though was that it was almost exactly as we left it; almost no dust had accumulated anywhere which was contrary to what I predicted. Somebody must have been cleaning it, I thought. I might just have caught a glimpse of Marcho’s thoughtfulness.


Anyway, Kuina and Rorono each went to the private rooms they used before and acted freely.


“I’m a little envious, actually. We moved to Avalon as soon as I was born so I don’t have a lot of memories in this place.”


Aura said so as she watched the two.

What she said was true since I made her just before I made Avalon.


“You don’t have to be envious. You just have to make a lot of memories in Avalon from now on to make up for it.”

“Yes, master!”


Aura smiled and replied so.

After a while of relaxing about, the Succubus came to us. She was the one in charge of this residential area due in part to her ability to use [Transfer].


“Marchosias-sama is ready to receive you. It seems her previous audience dragged on; I’m sorry for the delay.”

“Don’t worry about it. We passed the time in a meaningful manner. More than that, her previous audience?”


The idea of her having a meeting with somebody other than me piqued my interest quite a bit.


“……Ah, please forget about that. I’m going to [Transfer] you now so please gather near me.”


The Succubus only openly changed the subject. She was most probably forbidden to talk about it so I decided to not push the matter any further and did as she advised.


“Yeah, take care of us then.”

“Here, I go. [Transfer].”


Like so, our consciousness faded away.



Upon completion of our Transfer, we surveyed our surroundings and confirmed that it was indeed Marcho’s room.


It was lined up with top-grade—but not gaudy—furnishings. And on the eye-catching throne that gave off an intimidating feeling was a white-haired, brown-skinned beautiful girl with a wolf’s ears and tail.

She had a grim expression on her face and looked as though she was thinking deeply. However, as soon as she noticed us, she casted that expression off in exchange for a softer one.

Her previous guest must not have been the most agreeable fellow.


“I’m glad you came, Procell. It’s been a while.”

“Yes, it has.”

“But it seems that while I wasn’t looking, you’ve grown big, Procell-chan. Your big sister’s moved to tears. You’re growing up so fast.”

“What am I, a kid!?”


I inadvertently said that out loud.

As I did, she looked at me and smiled.


“Yeah, you are. As far as I’m concerned, you’re still a child. You’re much too green for a Demon Lord. You may have grown but you still have a long road ahead of you.”


I had nothing to say back to her for I knew myself that, as a Demon Lord, I was still a novice.


“Geez, you really know how to mess with my rhythm. Anyway, let me say my thanks for finding the time for me today. Thank you.”

“It’s alright. I wanted to meet with you, anyways. Whenever I hear rumors about you, my heart would always skip a beat. You’re being absurd, I thought… But then, for your first actual war, you got yourself into a three versus one. Against enemies who have received three fully grown A rank monsters, no less. I thought my heart was going to give out back then.”

“I also think that I made a blunder there. I was a tad too obstinate back then.”


My chance of winning even against an alliance was rather high so I let myself get caught up in [Steel]’s plans. However, had I wanted to avoid it altogether back then, I would have been perfectly able to; there was nothing stopping me aside from my overconfidence and my obstinacy.

But then again, that was before I knew their alliance had received powerful monsters from their parents. Had I known this fact from the start, not even my obstinacy would have prevented me from avoiding that three on one war at all cost.


The only reason I won that war was because all of my monsters performed much better than I had expected. There was a lot I needed to reflect on in order to not make that kind of mistake again.


“Even though you don’t look it, you’re quite a bullheaded man, aren’t you? I as your parent am beside myself with worry, you know?”

“Yeah, sorry. I’ve been a bad kid.”

“Tell me about it.”


Macho and I looked at each other and smiled.


“Can we get to the main topic now?”

“Hmm, before that, I have noticed your greatest flaw, Procell.”

“My flaw?”

“Yes, and as a Demon Lord, it’s a fatal one.”


The shock given by those words was too much. Naturally, I recognized the flaw that I was still much too green but one that could be said to be fatal? I had not noticed such.


“Tell it to me please.”

“Yeah, okay. I’ll say it plainly: you, as a Demon Lord, lack majesty!”


She pointed a finger at me and then declared so.

To which I unintentionally and also impolitely replied Haa!?


“Ah, what a weird face you have. Listen, this is important. Majesty, reverence, or any such dreadful aura is necessary to a Demon Lord. If you don’t have any, you will be made light of by the humans and by your subordinate monsters. For that reason, practice drawing out your Demon Lord aura here and now. If you make use of this throne, even you will be able to bring it out. So, go ahead and sit.”


She stood from her throne and told me to sit there. And so, I sat on it. Her throne, through its appearance, did make me feel a little bit stronger.


“Give me a bit more villainous smile.”

“Li-like this?”

“More, give me more confidence! …Yes, yes, I’m feeling it a little. Now, alright, let’s make use of those girls. Celestial Fox, Elder Dwarf, you two try standing beside your master and leaning on him.”


Kuina and Rorono both wore strange expressions on their face. After a short while, Kuina spoke.


“Kuina is Oto-san’s monster and will not listen to anyone’s command besides Oto-san’s.”


Rorono nodded in agreement.

Geez, these girls really are reliable.


“Oh, yeah, okay. This is a necessary lesson for you as a Demon Lord so, Procell, if you please.”

“Alright. Let’s just try this out once, okay?”


Although I was doubtful myself, I commanded the two to come closer.


“Hmm, act more spoiled? Ah, Celestial Fox, act sexier. Yes, yes.”


Marcho directed the two on which pose to take until, finally, she nodded in satisfaction.


“How is it, Marcho? Do we look intimidating now?”


I asked so but no answer immediately came.

Marcho just looked at us. After a short while, she began trembling and soon after, she burst into laughter.


“Ahaha. This is so awful. Yeah, you sure look intimidating but, but more than that… Pfft. You really are Lolicell! Ahahaha!”


She very rudely said so and I was slightly hurt.


“That’s enough for today. I take it we have accomplished being intimidating, at the very least.”

“Ahaha, yeah, yeah… I guess for going along with that jest, I’ll tell you your real weakness.”


Marcho and I exchanged positions and she sat on her throne again. After a while of putting on airs, she spoke. I was now more on guard; I wasn’t about to be made fun of again.


“Your monsters are strong, ridiculously so. Of that, there is no arguing. Any ordinary, inexperienced Demon Lord would be helplessly defeated when faced with a three on one fight. Your strength and growth speed is astonishing. …but then, that is all you have going for you.”


Those words rang true to my heart.


“You immensely lack intelligence gathering capabilities. Your monsters are great in battle as well as in production but that’s pretty much it. Moreover, you yourself extremely lack political strength. You see, first-class Demon Lords would have their monsters scatter everywhere to serve as their eyes and ears. They also have the cooperation of their fellow Demon Lords under their belt. And that cooperation isn’t limited to just the sharing of information, mind you. …that’s not the end of it. Some Demon Lords would even go so far as to infiltrate human countries and take control of those places’ governments. The scum I hate most is masquerading himself as the god of a religion that has a lot of believers in a certain country, effectively giving him reign over the place.”


My weaknesses were pointed out.

I had nothing to argue against her; she was right on the mark. It was only thanks to the blue bird I got from [Wind] Demon Lord Stolas as well as the crow monster I got from the [Time] Demon Lord that I had a way to communicate and travel, respectively. However, among the monsters that I myself created, there wasn’t any that could fulfill those roles, much less for intelligence gathering.


There were a lot of cases where information became more important than having numbers. A blind army might as well be a dead one, after all. To neglect gathering information was indeed a fatal flaw.


“Let me tell you how fatal your flaw is. I currently have a certain monster hidden within your city. If I know that you can harvest golden apples in your city, you can bet I also know about the absurdly strong weapons that your Elder Dwarf is developing as well as your plans for the mass-production of those beyond-normal golems. What makes it worse is that you haven’t even realize your secrets are being leaked out. Now, imagine what would happen if I were a hostile Demon Lord.”


I was shocked.

How can she know so much? Did she make use of a monster’s ability to see through all of my secrets?


It then dawned on me that if Marcho was able to do so, the [Time] Demon Lord could have as well, given his interest in me. My caution around the crow monster would then be all for nothing.

In addition to them, some other Demon Lord may already have eyes and ears deployed somewhere in my city.


“That’s frightening. I have truly taken things too lightly. I may have relied on my Monsters of the Covenant’s presence sensing abilities.”

“So long as you’re aware of your weakness, you, in particular, can make a monster to cope with that weakness, wouldn’t you agree? With your [Creation], you can choose the possibility you want from the countless others. Besides, you’re smart; I trust you’ll make the most efficient choice.”


Marcho, after saying so, pouted somewhat.

My [Creation] medals truly were enviable; they were just too convenient.


“Yeah, I’ll do that. I’ve decided on how to use my next [Creation] medal. Thanks.”


I had vaguely thought of adding another fighting unit but have now decided to gear the next monster to have intelligence gathering capabilities and let the Avalon-Ritters be the increase in our fighting strength.


“That ends Professor Marcho’s lesson on being a Demon Lord. We are both pressed for time so let’s end the idle chitchat now. Okay, Procell, I have the general understanding of your circumstances after reading your letter. It seems you are being targeted by the humans.”

“Yeah. A notification came demanding pretty much to be under the control of the lord of a neighboring city, a city called Axera(アクセラ). It is very likely that we will come to war with each other.”


Since I was going to borrow her knowledge, I told her everything without holding anything back.


“So what you want to know is their fighting force for when it does come to war, is that right?”

“Yeah. I want to know how many soldiers will be deployed if all we’re talking about is the city of Axera.”

“That city has a population of 200,000, give or take. Generally, a city like that would have at least 10 that belong to the hero class and about a hundred that belong to what is referred to as the highest rank for adventurers. After those, there should be about 3,000 in their army. These numbers are what they can gather internally without difficulty, mind you. When they begin calling for reinforcements from cities they are allied to, expect their numbers to increase even more.”

“I see. That gives me relief; I won’t be defeated with that amount.”


In terms of monster ranks, the hero class would be the A rank monsters.

So, if the strongest fighting force the enemy had were just 10 A ranks, I saw no problems; Kuina alone could wipe the floor with them.

The remaining 3000 small fries didn’t pose a threat either.


“Again, those numbers are assuming you will go to war with that one city. If you, by some chance, go to war with the entire country, their numbers will at least be tenfold.”

“I won’t let it come to that.”


I have been secretly preparing various arrangements with merchants to ensure the fighting would be limited with that one city.


“One other point, a warning really. Though heroes are regarded as equivalent to A rank monsters, that is on average. What I mean is that once in a while, a monstrously strong hero comes along so don’t lower your guard. ……Still, something has been bothering me. This upcoming war is a little strange. I feel like the humans are mobilizing far too quickly. Humans, you see, take an awful lot of time deciding on something, and even more time enacting it. If the city’s lord is acting on his whim, yeah, maybe, but all things considered, that city isn’t likely to be capable of doing so.”


I had also thought that. And so, I decided it was safer to assume the enemy had twice the fighting force.


“Thanks to you, my course of action is decided.”

“I’m glad to hear that. So, Procell, I’ve given you this much information, what do you plan on giving me in return? Fufu, I’m your parent so I want to treat you as kindly as I can but then again, you’ve already left my nest, right? Plus, you’ve rejected me back then. Given all these, should you really be this dependent on me? It can’t be that just because I’m your parent, you think it’s only natural that I help without anything in return, now can it?”


She put on a rather sad face and looked at me.

She’s really shrewd… no, she might be saying all these to teach me something.

That thought came to me but it didn’t bother me at all. It was my intention from the very start to compensate her, anyway.


“Your many advice, this time and those before, have been greatly helpful. So to properly give my thanks, I want to propose something.”

“…Oh, this is getting interesting. State your proposal.”

“The end of your lifespan is within the year but do you have no intention to live even beyond your lifespan?”


A Demon Lord has a lifespan of 300 years and Marcho was at her last year. My intended compensation for her was a life beyond those 300 years.


“Just what do you mean by that?”

“Exactly as I said. If you’d recall, I was given a power called [Rebirth] by the Creator. I have already used that power on Wight and made him into a powerful monster. It was then that I confirmed it: that power isn’t limited to just monsters. Whatever the being is, so long as they agree, they can be turned into a medal. Even Demon Lords, I’d wager. So, after temporarily turning you into a medal via [Rebirth] and then using that medal in a [Synthesis], I can extend your lifespan.”


I adored Marcho. As my guardian and as my friend.

And due to that, I felt that I didn’t want to part with her.

I believed that with [Rebirth], I could save her.

It was also greatly advantageous for me; it would be reassuring to have her brains and brawn on my side.

For these reasons, I proposed this idea to her.


“Go home.”


She hid her face and said so.



“You have said something you shouldn’t have.”


She continued with a calm and yet angry tone in her voice.


“Just what did I say to make you that angry??”

“Your proposal is an affront to me, no, to all Demon Lords—except that bastard. Within my limited life: I’ve risked it all and got everything I wanted in return; and have made my mark upon the world. After my imminent death, I shall once more become a spirit. That is how it’s supposed to be, that is the golden path for us Demon Lords. I have no intention of throwing away my pride. You disappoint me, Procell. I never thought you would say something similar to what that bastard said. I don’t wish for a longer life. I have no regret in my life; I lived as I saw fit. You sully me with your conceit.”


I was greatly stunned. I couldn’t comprehend all of what Marcho was saying.

Seeing me like that, Marcho seemed to have calmed down a little. After taking a breath, she hid her eyes with her hand and spoke.


“Sorry, Procell. I don’t think I can calmly talk with you anymore; I might snap again. I guess the timing of your visit’s to blame. My head knows I shouldn’t involve you but I just can’t hold back my irritation.”


With that, I judged that any further talks would be for naught.


“Marcho, I’m sorry for making you angry but just let me say this: I want to be with you for a longer time. To part with you within a year’s time breaks my heart. I want you to continue living and so I proposed this. It isn’t my intention to make light of you or your pride. ……I thank you once again for your advice and information. Won’t you at least please take this? It’s my city’s prized apple.”


I passed the golden apple to Marcho. I wanted her to eat it so I brought some with me.

She didn’t reply but she at least accepted the apple.


“Well, I’ll go now. My city’s great, you know? We have delicious food, a hot spring, taverns to drink fine alcohol, even gambling houses. Recently, traveling minstrels have also come there and sing good songs for us. It’ll have to be until the fighting is over but please consider visiting Avalon. …I’ll do my best to welcome you.”


Right when I finished my speech, by Marcho’s command, the Succubus used [Transfer].

A moment before the Transfer process was complete, I thought I heard Marcho say in low, almost inaudible voice, I’m sorry.


I contemplated for a while. As Marcho had said, I might have wounded her pride as Demon Lord. However, I still thought her reaction was strange and excessive. It worried, to be honest.

Nevertheless, I had no time to spare and had to give all of my attention to the enemy before me.

I settled for the decision that if ever I had the time, I would go check up on Marcho. With my mind made up, I instructed the crow monster to use [Transfer] to return us back to Avalon.



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65 thoughts on “Chapter 7: Marcho’s Advice and Anger”

  1. Copy Paste said:

    I can’t blame Porcell. I mean he should live with Marcho right now, not go out there. He still 1 or 2 months old?


  2. zioming said:

    So why exactly is Marcho 299 and not 290 years old?

    The whole “10 new demon lords every 10 years” sounds to me like a pretty strict rule than happens exactly every 10 years, not something the creator does some years when he feels like it, but then some years he doesn’t.

    If every demon lord lives exactly 300 and there’s been 29 new demon lord generations every 10 years shouldn’t she be 290 years old? And die when the next batch of demon lords appear 9 years from now?

    Where did the missing 9 years go?

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    • oblivious said:

      they would have probably have been born in mass for a couple of years at the beginning so the every ten years a new batch comes out might have started after the nth batch.


  3. Don’t know why but do MC’s have to be dense motherfuckers like this guy?


  4. Thanks for the chapter!


  5. thx for the chapter :3.
    well. it’s just like dragon in Mahoutsukai no Yome that already accomplish everything they want in theri lifespan so they never sought eternal life

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  6. “How can she know so much? Did she make use of a monster’s ability to see through all of my secrets?”
    ??? Dint he have a Byako now that can read minds why he didnt think some others monsters can have a skill like that?
    Thanks for the chapter


  7. you lolicell are an idiot….


  8. I have not read the next chapter or anything, but here is my guess why she so angry. Probably [Time] demon lords know all of the procell secret with his crow familiar, then he use it to blackmail her, as he know that she like procell as a parent and as a woman.

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  9. Thanks for the chapptar and yer hard works!! ( ̄^ ̄)ゞ


  10. philippespalla said:

    thanks for the chapter XD


  11. Random Internet User (tm) said:

    Thanks kindly for all the hard work!


  12. Thanks for the chapter.


  13. Thanks for the chapter.


  14. thediabolicalgenius said:

    Thanks for the chapter noob.

    it was nice to see Marcho again, though the end of the chapter kind of put a damper on it. Seems like there’s more to it than her pride as a demon lord alone though. Something that just happened that gave her a strong feeling of rejection towards the notion. Mostly I’m betting this is all something the author is setting in motion to add some suspense and uncertainty to the idea of Marcho’s rebirth, since many readers would have guessed that he could use that ability for that and would be assuming she’d be fine since he’d just show up and Rebirth her before she was going to die. Now it’s less certain and there will probably be a whole arc based around Marcho approaching her death with Procell having the ability to save her and despairing because she’ll never agree to use it. From there various things will happen, he’ll find out why she’s so against it and he’ll go through a whole process that will finally end with her thinking that living on that way might not be so bad after all. Probably something like that?
    The author just doesn’t want us to take it for granted that she’s going to be reborn.

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  15. Thanks for the chapter!


  16. Lewd Anon said:

    I feel that it would have been better if Procell at least got intimate with Marcho in the first place. She has practically accomplished everything she wanted, and all she wanted in the end of days was intimate companionship.

    From her PoV, Procell was indeed a selfish a-hole; asking her to live a bit longer just because he didn’t want to part with her, yet he refused her advances. Further, to offer Rebirth and change her from an equal (a Demon Lord) to a subordinate (a Covenant-type Monster). That is one hell of a major downgrade, and that’s not even going into sexist drama (I’m not sexist or feminist here, but it looks real bad from Marcho’s PoV).

    Personally, I’d rather Marcho reject Rebirth and Procell learning the hard way about his stupid offer and the position it puts Marcho in. But realistically, it’s quite possible the author will make it work out somehow, while conveniently blowing over the issues with Procell’s Rebirth offer and the lower footing it puts Marcho in after all she had accomplished.

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    • thediabolicalgenius said:

      I’m not starting a fight here, but have you looked at it from Procell’s perspective?
      Imagine if someone who had been like a parent to you all your life suddenly propositioned you in that way. Even if they were still very attractive, you completely see them as family and a parent and suddenly being asked to look at them as a sexual partner conflicts with your existing feelings completely. Even if there is no blood relation, even if a part of you finds them appealing, your parent is still your parent, so you regretfully decline. But you still love them as your family and knowing they are close to death you want them to live a longer life. Because you love them. So when you find a method that will let them live longer, even if it means lowering their quality of life (like an operation that would let them live but leave them disabled as a side-effect), you still propose it to them and ask them to do it. Not wanting to live that way, your parent angrily rejects you.
      Now does that mean you’re a selfish asshole? For loving someone you consider family and wanting them to live longer? Sure, it’s their choice, but does making the offer, or the fact you refused to sleep with your parent make you a bad person? I think most people would act that way under those circumstances, though maybe that’s just me…………

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      • I’m with you. The guy above is nuts.

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      • I think both of you are right. And that’s the problem. Disregarding the other factor of why Marcho suddenly got angry, I think she would have rejected the offer still.


      • thediabolicalgenius said:

        No argument on that noob. Though if she hadn’t just been provoked on the same issue by someone who should have already known how she felt (very likely true assumption of mine), then she probably wouldn’t have lashed out at someone who couldn’t have. She still might have refused and turned a little distant, but she would have likely viewed it as a mistake by a ‘child’ who still didn’t understand these things and that it was her role as his parent to forgive him for saying something offensive in ignorance and help him to understand so he doesn’t make the same mistake again.
        It’s just speculation though.


      • Lewd Anon said:

        You would have a point if the story didn’t already mention that Procell no longer thought of her exclusively as a mother figure (really more of a benefactor than mother) and noticed her beauty as a woman, but he himself wasn’t ready to commit, partly due to feeling inferior and wanting to be an equal first.

        Here, from V2 C9: “Truth be told, I had always wanted to say yes to her and this time wasn’t an exception. In the end though, I chose not to.” Your argument that he sees her exclusively as a mother figure is null and void. He was already seeing her as a woman and simply his benefactor by this point. Further, the following section had him foolishly assuming he could use his power to extend her life. So he’s been selfish after rejecting her twice.

        And again, sure he wants to spend more time with her, but at her loss? Again, she had already done everything she has wanted to do in her lifespan. And here is this new demon lord asking her to prolong her life, but via rebirth, which effectively changes her from being an equal to being a subordinate. That’s one hell of a downgrade, and further, unable to die on her own terms unless Procell dies or allows her to die?

        For someone who’s supposed to be close to his parent/benefactor, Procell obviously didn’t consider Marcho’s feelings very well. I’m sure the author will blow over it and make it take some convenient happy end, but if they were a bit more competent, Procell would have learned from it and instead just keep Marcho some company until her end and respect her wishes to pass peacefully.


    • thediabolicalgenius said:

      Loving someone as family and being attracted to them as a romantic partner are not mutually exclusive you know. You can sometimes feel both at the same time, which can be confusing and might also explain why he’s being so indecisive about it.

      You also seem to be assuming a lot about how Marcho feels. We have no idea what made Marcho so opposed to having her lifespan extended. Whether she really means it when she says she’s done all she wanted to do with her life, or whether she’s just convincing herself of that to maintain her resolve to die when the time comes. Caring about how someone feels doesn’t mean taking everything they say at face value and never opposing their wishes. it means making an effort to get to know them better, understand what’s driving them, supporting them when they need it and standing up to them if you think they’re misguided or being self-destructive.

      Believe what you want. You seem to have almost nothing good to say about Procell when you comment, so if you want to see everything he does in the worst light, who am I to stand in your way?

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    • Hmm, does the [Rebirth] really change her from an equal into a subordinate? From what I know so far… it would just change her into a medal, allowing the MC to [Synthesize] her into something new. Instead of being a monster of his own, perhaps she would just become a new Demon Lord. Even if she does become a monster of his, he can just free her of his control.


  17. metazoxan said:

    So I guess this means we’ll have to wait until the end of the volume for Marcho to accept rebirth.

    At least it better happen then because if we have to wait more than a volume for that I”ll be pissed.


  18. Reaper Phoenix said:

    Thanks 4 the chapter!

    I think the Demon Lord pretending to be a god is the one behind the humans that targeted Avalon. Probably the one that want to extend his life too.


  19. sdarkpaladin said:

    Saw this coming since he got the power of rebirth. I’m willing to be procell’s 2 balls that marcho will end up reincarnating.

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    • Easykiln said:

      I mean yeah, but I’m willing to bet Trump’s two balls that the sky isn’t blue.


      • You couldn’t resist, could you? The butthurt left has to drag politics into everything. Unchecked immigration is destroying the west and bringing on white genocide. What the west needs now are nationalist candidates that are against the kind of disastrous immigration that we are seeing in Europe and the US.


  20. Thanks for the new chapter! Maybe that guy she hates just visited her to try and coax her into being his wife after reviving her.


  21. Ty for the chapter


  22. Marcho said that there is a Demon Lord masquerading as a God who she hated the most, and that Procell proposed something similar as the one she hated, ??? just who did she have an audience with just before that made her angry; so I bet he is also the one that is instigating the war with the humans. Marcho gave Procell a very big HINT here.


    • cocohime1985 said:

      so . . . i think about this for sometime but if theres Demon lord who feed on faith doesnt make him god? . . . and lolicel . . . procell medal of “Create” is like power of god is this why human wage war too fast?


  23. Surprised he had no way of dealing with spies. Youd think with the inc war he had that covered…


  24. natsukage said:

    And all this time, that apple he.gave her will probably extend her life anyways….xD

    But Marcho…:'(


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    • Yeah, that’s what I thought as well. I wonder if Marcho will be angry if the apple does extend her life. She may think that Procell knew that the apple would extend her life and blame him for going against her wishes.


      • natsukage said:

        Hmm, I doubt she’ll be angry, since I doubt the effect will be instantaneous. She’ll probably just be wondering why her time hasn’t come after a few years…while biting on an apple. xD

        Unless the apple turns her into a loli immediately. xD That would be quite lol worthy. ^~^


  25. SightlierGravy said:

    It’s been a while but Marcho is proving once again to be best girl.

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  26. Chepelink said:

    Finally, a novel that taught the main character some basic strategy. Usually it goes like I know everything, or the thought of spies and info gathering never crossed their minds. This was a great chapter.

    As expected, Marcho overreacted and the main character didn’t know how to handle her.

    Anyway, thanks for the chapter.


  27. Thank for the chapter.


  28. Thanks for the chapter~


  29. Thanks for the chapter.


  30. whaa…. -_- I didn’t see this coming… seeing this scene is breaking my heart. Thanks

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  31. i am curious as why she really want to die, Maybe because she have someone precious to her die before her and she wanting to meet her soon ? or maybe not 😀

    thx for the chapter ^^


    • Barnaby said:

      Well, seeing as the crow is there, (it being the Time Demon Lords eyes and ears on Procell and all) It’s possible that Procell said something similar that he had once said, and she didn’t want to accept (or even contemplate) something like that while Time Demon Lord is watching. Though that’s just one possibility.

      Another possibility is that something like this has happened before, and when they became a monster of the demon lord that extended their life, they had their free will robbed or something like that.

      Rather than her wanting to die, the conversation makes it out that by dying naturally, she will be defying the person that ‘said something similar.’

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  32. Kensei Seraph said:

    Thanks for the chapter.


  33. its the time demon lord i jest


  34. thanks for the chapt…

    wow, i realize Lolicell new ability is rebirth… and that sexy onee-san i mean Marcho got rebirth proposal from Lolicell is within our expectation range.

    just wondering if the Demon Lord Time have a skill to turning back everything why he so Afraid with Lolicell… manipulative time is skill OP as f**k


    • He only able to use the Rebirth power twice I think.. It’s the first gift Lolicell got from the Creator after his demonstration with the Wind Demon Lord at the welcoming party(?)

      We still didn’t know about his new reward/ability since it not revealed yet I think…


      • You’re right. I’d like to add though that Stolas also has 2 uses of Rebirth. It’s an award for entertaining the Creator so they both get it. The reward for winning was the other’s medal.


  35. Drakuro said:



  36. Kenny Lau said:

    Was the guy who just visited and the guy who proposed to extend Marcho’s life the Time demon lord?


  37. Thanks for the chapter!! ❤


  38. this makes me sad.

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  39. Error404 said:

    Damnit… Too slow typing


  40. Error404 said:

    Thanks again 4 the chapter


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