What Came to Mind During My Third Time in Another World Was to for Now, Get Naked.


After being tossed into another world, Ononogi Kazuto splendidly defeated the Demon King as the Hero. However, there was no sign of being able to return to his old world at all. The moment that he touched a gem that appeared at the Demon King’s throne, Kazuto was sent back to the first town, 《Azerleims》.

From here began the tale of this second time(NG+). He saved the imperial princess that he was unable to save in the first iteration, had a wedding with her, and after defeating the Demon King, met his happy end. Or at least that’s how it should have been. The True Demon King suddenly appeared.

Although it was a tough battle together with his companions, Kazuto eventually defeated it. And from the mouth of the True Demon King appeared a gem. Although he had a bad feeling about it, Kazuto reached his hand out towards it, and when he did, Kazuto was sent once again to the starting town, 《Azerleims》.

As you’d expect, by now Kazuto wasn’t really surprised, but the figure reflected in the mirror was female. Bewilderment. But at that point, Kazuto took one action.

“…Mn. For now, let’s get naked.”

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1 Year, 8 Months ago

Just another how dare they not treat me how I want just because I haven’t done anything to merit the special treatment that I want archetype… the MC is in a situation where they’re pretty much just possessing the body of someone else and traveling back in time to before they did anything to merit better treatment… But instead of explaining the situation first(going back in time swapping bodies not necessarily that he’s from another world) or proving himself(it’d be easy given his transmigrated stats) and trying to work with others, the MC goes out of his way to make claims and demands then get all moody/vengeful because people don’t give him the special treatment that his current body hasn’t earned… From the perspective of the people the MC is just a cocky upstart that’s making grandiose claims and being rude but doesn’t do anything to make them believe otherwise till the revenge(given the info about his prior lives if not for his new game+ bonus their prejudices would stay true)... all around it’s just a bad story but to make matters worse the author went out of their way to make it about gender… This isn’t a carefree daily life story like the summary would have you believe…

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