Respect righteousness for righteouness.
A fairytale told by Aesop, Aesop I believe is the person credited either compiling or writing said fairytale.
I don't mind the change since storywise it made sense and there is a clear explanation I suppose but it's jarring considering all the things that happened. It's like the story is happening to the mc and not through the mc. Which I think may cause some disorienting effects.
This seems so jarring in a transition since apparently as easy as it was for them to get together it was super easy for them to break apart. Which if Hylia actually meant anything to the mc she would do something about. Sigh I am going to try to suspend any critical thinking I have about this novel but it will be hard since I actually love literature and this book.
That was the day she found out she had a goblin daughter with the Inspect skill I think.
it's funny how stupid MCs always want to go back to Earth like you died the ramifications of that haven't hit you yet I mean you can easily accept you have power and all this stuff and that you've reincarnated but not that you died. You don't even know how long it's been how you'd even get back or even if you'll be able to survive how stupid is that?
At first, I thought this novel was lame sauce and way too wordy. Then it got better and better increasing in diversity and following in a logical way. Not jumping from idea to idea with no logical or witnessable transition. The grammar isn't bad even if they use online slang, it's a great story that's plenty lewd.