I'm addicted to reading, and webnovels have ruined my reading quality. I dislike harems, MCs that make obviously stupid decisions, and plot lines that are obviously forced.
I would probably die, but if I survived, I wouldn't work like a servant to a condescending emperor. I would take a vacation.
You're completely right about how killing the dragon early would make the story pretty bland, so I can't disagree. Though it already seemed to get sorta bland due to how powerful he already is. (I assume that was fixed later on in the story) However, I still think that he could have considered more options before signing himself away to defeating all of the dungeons in Japan. That's gotta take a heck of a lot of time too. (I might be wrong about how long it would take since I stopped, but it still seems like a whole lot of effort for nothing). The information part does make some sense, but I still don't think it warrants all of his effort to gain the emperor's trust. In conclusion, I think I'm just pretty irritated by the MC's personality. Again with the company concept, I feel like he's doing a lot of this in vain and he went to the conclusion that he NEEDED the emperor too early and quickly.
Humans from before cameras were a thing?
This sounds suspiciously like s*x...
I try to be impartial about reviews, but I just love this book so much! 1. Pretty Smart MC 2. Science concepts that may or may not be real... (either the author really loves and knows science and math that much, or they are really good at BSing. 3. No crowds of retarded arrogant people throwing themselves at the MC 4.Masterpiece