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Demon King & Hero

Demon King & Hero
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“You’re the Demon King?”

In response to the woman’s voice filled with murderous intent, the man opened his mouth.

“No, I quit that?”

※ Demon King & Hero will show you the absolute limits of chaotic storytelling.

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11 Months, 3 Weeks ago

To Anyone considering reading this:                    CH = Volume and SS = Side Story The SS chapters should be read after everything else or at least until volume 7,  unless you’ve read the story they’re not going to be that much fun… I really recommend reading this it’s one of the best romantic comedies I’ve seen, until volume 7 everything after honestly you can just ignore, it doesn’t add anything to the story it’s just a mess from then on… Is the story good?: It’s a 10/10 funny comedy with a lovely romance story up till volume 7, then well… the story starts out with the Hero making a bet willingly and losing(this isn’t a spoiler it’s in the very first chapter) and from that point on living with the consequences of her actions, consequences which just so happen to be being forced to live a happy “normal” life with an attractive demon lord that’s head over heals in love with her… But from volume 7 on, from the moment the characters get angry with the chief god the story becomes 0/100, the whole story just becomes a mess…the author stopped caring about the established powerlevels, hierarchy, and prior-relationships of the characters… in other words the context… it’s just a bunch of jokes thrown around here and there till eventually the ending… the author uses the fact that he threw out the context to make an unjustifiable development occurs… suddenly, all the characters lose their personalities, and thanks to the author no longer caring about context, the heroine gets a trial that’s supposed to justify her change in personality… it honestly doesn’t the change is too extreme, and only there to lead up to the ending lover’s quarrel, aka the ending… The ending after having forgotten the personalities of every single character and thrown away the context up, the author created a generic ending where the heroine friendzones the protagonist when asked if she’ll marry him… the heroine does it in a way that makes it seem like she’s being nice but honestly no… she acknowledges that her feelings towards him are like that of a lover until then, but she doesn’t like him enough anymore and tells him off saying that she doesn’t like him enough because… well that would be a spoiler so I won’t say why but pretty much she lists a bunch of stuff that when in context consisted of stuff that she either happily agreed to but was unsatisfied with the results or was entirely at fault for, ending her rant by saying that as a result he was totally unattractive to her… after recovering from the shock, he tries talking her into wanting to go back to their prior way of happy way of life and marrying him, so she then proceeds to trample over his emotions till he finally gives up(Honestly he seemed suicidal, since important context was done away with to lead up to this ending he had nothing left anymore), then she says she no longer likes him enough to want to be with him but she likes him enough to become friends…

1 Year, 3 Months ago

DONT DONT JUST DONT FUCK MY BRAINNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LIKE WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT! BUT IT WAS GOOD

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