People keeps treating him like a female so you'd think he'd check on it by looking at the waters reflection or something. He's learned about the stages of demon's land but it completely stupefied him when he ended up in this predicament.
I really want to know what's going to happen in the future as the Demon princess declared the MC as her fiance, and him now being a female demon. I'm predicting that he will meet her in the last stage before he tries to go to the human world again. Also predicting that in the later stages of demon evolution change he'll gain more of a human like appearance.
If I was a guy, who had a female side who was abducted due to some crackheads wandering through the forest boppin' field mice on the head, I would want to f**king kill the people doing so and make them completely embarrassed and resent themselves for assuming a situation. Later on we're only getting single views of each side of the story, almost like two completely different stories occurring in one light novel, creating hard to follow timelines. The writer loses sight of the fact that it is one conscience, so being able to telepathically think of ways to get out of a situation stops. Further in the novels the male got a slave to enter the magic tournament to rescue his other half but it seems like the other half doesn't want to be rescued, (Which f**king outright confuses me because there's only one person, unless this character has multiple split personality disorder.) If you were hanging on the edge of the cliff and begging for dear life you wouldn't go, 'Oh, I don't want to go back to my old life.' and f**king let go. If you buy a 2x chocolate bar you're not going to take the other half and chuck it out your apartment window, you're still going to eat that sh*t and feel guilty about it later.
It is so stupid how he met his girlfriend in a dungeon and she tried to mug him at the start of the novel, not only was it predictable but it feels like she's worsening the story do to her boring character. Also her committing suicide over a one week relationship seems a bit melodramatic.
If demi-humans and demons can view statistics, how is Ren's slave just finding out that he's a doppelganger.
At the start he was super op, he met a opponent who was more op. Basically he's in the norm later on in the story and the people he places himself around are just super underpowered
Like if I was the main character and everyone was bashing on me for being a lolicon pervet just ignore it, don't try to dispose of the evidence because people will just bring up more, and dear god... These are slaves, if they try to hit you and nag on you, you have the power to stop them. It pisses me off, like release them from the slave contract and just ditch them for being rude and inconsiderate.
All heroes reincarnated are bad by nature so he naturally fights them, he always wins and the heroes only last like 30 chapters each. If you understand though the main antagonist is supposed to be the god that sent him there but the god is helping him destroy all the heroes so it doesn't make much sense.
I thought the whole point of giving the MC humanization was that he can join a guild or something a live a little more normal life. But the author doesn't let the MC do that because he's always moving around.
I'm really hoping for them to delve deeper and uncover the emotions and possibly the personalities that reside in him
He has seen fragments of what it can do, so he acts and lies to himself so his powers don't get the btter of himself. It starts to though