Kojou apologizes for involving Yukina in the Armed Apostle accident, and expressed his gratitude to her for her help. I have three things to say.
First, don't speak as if you somehow caused the accident. You are just a random victim. Actually, if I had to be perfectly objective, isn't Yukina the one who worsened the accident, unvoluntarily helping the antagonist?
Second, don't speak as if she involved herself in the accident because of you. Instead, she one sidedly decided to involve herself even though you wanted no part of it.
Thirdly, don't make it look like she is the one who helped you. Instead, she guilt trapped you into helping her. She should be thanking you.
I really dare the author to properly explain her thought process without making her look like a mentally ill person fit for a mental asylum. And it makes me hate all other characters for forgiving her that easily. Yes, she is cute, so what? In my eyes, she is a much more dangerous individual (and much more of a criminal) than the main antagonist of volume 1 (mentally unstable people with lots of power are generally dangerous and tends to do crimes).
Roland really needs a certain witch. She, however, is a noble and isn't willing to give up on everything to come with him (well, can't blame her). It's at that moment that the church decides to comes knocking, having discovered she is a witch, and wants to hang her. How convenient. I mean, she has lived hidden for tens of years.
If I didn't know better, I would have thought Roland was the one to call the church over.
I never understood why Vandalieu tried to become an adventurer and a nobleman. Funnily enough, even others characters have remarked to him how stupid his objective was (in more respectful terms though).
how much he hated Heinz. That's a fine example of 'hating the gun but not hating the one who fired it'.
In the end, sometimes he forgives, sometimes not. It's impossible to predict whether he will forgives someone or not - it totally depends on the author mood and whether if he needs a new forced antagonist for the arc or not.
Of course, on Lambda (a different worlds), japanese ingredients (which are even 'rare' on earth) can be found everywhere.
Of course, japanese cuisine is the supreme one, and is liked by all species existing in all worlds. Be it humans, elves, goblins or even undead!
Of course, nothing is more important than recreating japanese cuisine in another world and all ressource and energy should go into that direction.
And of course, regardless of which world (earth, origin or lambda), the supreme cuisine will be present.
I mean, it's funny that he learnt most of japanese food production method on Origin, only to reproduce them on Lambda.
I mean, the MC is basically evil incarnate. He is the kind of guy to kill you and then brainwash your spirit into loving him. Most people surrounding the MC are mind-controlled into worshipping/loving him and that fact is far too easily dismissed in the novel. Add in that he is constantly f**k*ng up the reincarnation system and risking the destruction of many worlds (thankfully the main 'antagonist' of the novel is here to prevent the MC from accidentally destroying all these worlds) and that he has overall the mentality of a brat, I can't blame some of his enemies thinking the world - nah, the multiverse - would be a much better and safer place without him.
The MC gets a 'random' amount of point for doing 'rando' things, can do 'random' things with a 'random' amount of points and all that with 'random' effects. Best yet, new 'random' rules can happen at 'random' times. So basically the author can make anything happens and you can't say he is contradicting himself, which also means you can't predict how things will turn out because the author will just pull out a new 'random' thing to save the day. Yeaaah.
Actually, since the author doesn't even bother to track how many points he has, it's pretty obvious that it's an easy way for him to explain whatever he wants to add in the story.
There is even a luck stat that was added and the MC has a very high one so any incredibly good thing happening to the MC is handwaved with 'he is lucky'.