It's the blonde hero they summon in.
since he kills his waifu's brother and a bunch of other monster but talks himself out of believing that
the fact that some of the capture targets are actually really old in comparison. Let’s say that the game’s MC was 15 at the time of enrolling at the school, which would put it approximatly 7 years in the future. Now we’ve already established that the Mc’s older brother is 20 years old when the novel’s MC is 8 years old, which would make the game’s MC that is entering school (since the game MC and the novel MC are in the same grade) around 15 and the novel’s brother around 27 or so years old which is way too old to be hitting on a pubescent teenager. Way too old.
Pull the net and put it at the end of the downstream.
I think what this translator means is this: “Move the net and place it downstream.” However I have no idea if that’s what he author meant.
One example of this is in one of the earlier chapters he blames the girl's earlier suicidal actions on narcissism and being an attention whore. And then at one point, the girl confesses her feelings to him and he just blatantly says to her "That was just a lie so you wouldn't jump". Sure, it's the truth, but maybe he could've phrased it a bit better so that he wouldn't come off as a giant prick. Later on, when the main characters are alone, the male MC then goes on to tell that same girl that he loves her, just so that she would come to school once again. His reasoning for lying to her once again? It's all because she's the selfish one. The Male Mc's actions are just extremely egotistical, selfish, and narcissistic which is a major turn off for me. So if you don't like that type of character in your novel, then I wouldn't read it since as of chapter 13 he hasn't gotten any better and it looks like he never will.