The main girl is also overpowered so don't expect much difficulties in regards to enemies (though it wasn't really something they focused on so you'll probably actually forget it as you read the story). They'll most likely fall in the end. Men will definitely be killed or become something.. Not human.
Ria's wives and Serge's partner.
1. Satou is not a reincarnated or summoned person, so how did he get there?
2. Before saving Baron Muno territory, Satou dreams about a girl with the hair color that keeps changing and she also said that they've met many times in different worlds - they always have an encounter. She also curses him to only attract loli girls. (She also mentioned something about a dragon god being offended by a human male, stuff happened, he ascended to godhood and he took the dragon god as his bride. Dragon god is mentioned a few times later on by the others.)
3. One of the demon lords mistook him for someone he knew and when they went to the fallen city of the sky, there was one portrait of a god that looked like the adult Satou.
4. A loli god appeared before him saying something along the lines of "Just stay the way you are, my hero". He also received a sword from a god.
So in the end, who is Satou really?
that one time he suggested getting a housemaid just so he can increase his harem number ticked me off a bit. Though it might just be because I thought it was impractical and stupid to waste money for such a thing when he has his usual slaves to work on that when they're not busy.
the noble elf that took interest in him for some reason? Why? He realized it was him, big deal. It was enough to make him invite the main guy to his office to start a small talk? I let it go with the thoughts of "because the elf guy was branded as an eccentric and impulsive man" but I highly doubt that scenario would smoothly transition to them talking like that in the elf's room.
got drunk and became dere. B E S T
Shera's (elf lady) brother came to visit them to take her back and something about talking with her alone to persuade her to come back with him to their kingdom. I mean, who even just agrees to that? Elf prince says that he stepped into their territory even though it's "dangerous" when just earlier he told them that their country was already full of elves and if he doesn't come back on time, they'll start killing the ones living there. That's a f*cking threat right there for f*ck's sake. And you guys just decided to leave her alone with a guy like that? Something's wrong with your brains.
Second issue is the state knight. Why oh why would you guys decide to trust such a suspicious person who is obviously trying to wring out information from you people? A person that says "I can't leave people who have secrets they can't tell someone else alone like that!" is pretty much waving a banner with "SUSPICIOUS" written on it. That, or she's just a nosy f*ck and scenarios with those kind of characters rarely ends well.
have a bunch of powerful subordinates and he now has a private island and considered as king? What.
"breaking", and the person himself hasn't noticed it. We then realize that he's still, in the end, a normal person after all.
4 wives later on.
established a club. What? You don't know what kind of club you want to make but you start it up anyway with these dangerous looking students? They're basically worshiping you and intimidating others to not waste your time. Instead of stopping these stupid flow of events (aka the club building with no specific goal in mind yet), you just stare at them and let it continue. Are you sure you'll be fine as the future feudal lord of your land?
(at least not towards the people he's not interested in - he was pretty soft towards Labiris).