That’s a nice scene with Souma and Naden riding a horse together. Also, seems like Naden is oddly sensitive between her antlers when in human form.
I guess dragons and tigers not getting along is a Japanese thing? I’m not familiar with it.
Alright, we finally get an illustration of Mutsumi. Yeah, she is quite pretty.
Souma doesn’t mention it, another thing that makes Albert engaging Liscia to Souma different is that Albert already had foreknowledge that Souma and Liscia were compatible, since those two got together naturally in the previous reality, so really, it was just moving up the timetable.
Oh boy! We’ve got a bit from Tomoe’s perspective!
Yeah, I could totally see Tomoe and Ichiha getting married in the future.
Just looked up Mito Koumon, and suddenly that one random backstory Souma gave suddenly makes a whole lot more sense.
Now that I think about it, Tomoe’s been adopted by the former king and queen of Elfrieden, so I guess that does technically make Tomoe a princess. Huh.
“Was this some unorthodox form of wrestling?” You make it sound like they’re doing something untoward, Souma.
Those frames seem to indicate the different parts that make up each monster.
Isn’t it a bit early for a chapter called “Finale”?
For some reason, I’ve got this nagging suspicion that Yuriga (almost called her “Yurika” there, but as far as I can tell, Yuriga isn’t a chemical weapons specialist) is gonna end up becoming one of Souma’s fiancées. They don’t have particularly good chemistry, and I don’t particularly want it to happen, but I’ve got a feeling. One advantage is that it might help hold Fuuga back.
Another possibility, actually: Fuuga might potentially invade the Gran Chaos Empire and cause it to collapse, freeing up Maria.
Oh, right. Yuriga is only 13. Never mind, then (probably).
As long as Fuuga keeps his ambitions to truly unifying the Union of Eastern Nations, that should
be fine, but… I have a feeling we may have discovered our real main antagonist.
“Don’t think too much about the difference in wording there.” LUL
That’s a fun illustration of Tomoe, Ichiha, and Yuriga.
So, Fuuga’s going to be “getting busy,” huh? Why do I feel like he means that in multiple senses of the word?
“Like dolphins with a unicorn-like horn attached. So, narwhals?
Well, that’s an ominous oracle. Could “rising sun” refer to Japan, perhaps. That’s known as the “Land of the Rising Sun.”
Oh. I bet that oracle refers to Fuuga.
Mio Carmine, huh?
“Epilogue 1: Family” Is it time? I think it’s time.
Yep. Sure enough, Liscia’s gone into labor.
Gaaahh! Why do these types of stories always come up with some reason for the protagonist not be in the room with them when one of the heroines gives birth?! It’s so frustrating! I want to see the protagonist hold the heroine’s hand while she gives birth, and it never freaking happens! /rant
Seems we get the post-birth scene from Liscia’s perspective. Sweet! Also, I wonder who those two people from her dream were. My best guesses right now is old Liscia and Souma from the previous reality, or Souma’s grandparents, but those are still extremely tentative.
That post-birth scene was quite nice.
Alright, Souma. Liscia’s successfully given birth to a successor now, so you now have no excuse not to get busy with your other fiancées too.
In regards to the last sentence of the part, I wonder for how much longer they’re just gonna look like two parents with a child.
I’m glad that they gave a reference for where they mentioned that the city walls were circular, because I would not have remembered that detail, or where to look it up, otherwise.
That part about making sure to leave the summoned hero’s language behind is interesting. We also got a name for the world’s language: Continental Standard.
“I could only pray that no more unsettling events would occur here.” Well, that’s a prayer that’s not getting answered.
They’re gonna send Trill over to Friedonia, aren’t they?
Taru’s definitely got the the right idea. That sounds like the head on a boring machine.
Nice. They found a use for Mechadra!
“Epilogue 2: Welcome Home” Time for Liscia to return to the castle?
That illustration of Liscia and Carla each holding one of the newborn twins after returning to the castle was quite nice, and Liscia’s reason for naming the girl twin “Kazuha” was quite nice, as well.