When he first hunted a mountain cow, he supposedly saved some hunters but there was no explaination what happened to them and he just got the mountain cow? Did he just take it and left everyone or did they give it to him as thanks?
There is also the fact about the fan given to him and the soldiers didn't even doubt if he stole it considering how suspicion he is. But well I can let that slide because they might be afraid if he actually got it from the princess and they might get punished.
He teleport without concern.
He reveals everything without concern.
The princess became his woman with no political problems.
Everything just go the way which is easy for him way too much so there is not much thrill.
-He won the lottery going the other world and be like "OK I'M IN" without thinking about his family or friends.
-The cliche s*ave beastman instant mofumofu action.
-He was riding a horse to save the princess. Doesn't make sense.. he live in Japan and knows how to ride a horse instantly? Long distance at that. Well the flaw now is because we don't know his background/past.
-He killed people like it was nothing (No conscience?)
See he is like an empty shell that is just being filled each chapters.
This is the flaw of not having any thing about him in the beginning.
Transporting money and only bringing a small amount of soldier... and the MC was the one to think they will get raid? I mean she's a princess who knows military affairs well and she didn't think of that? And our MC who just got to the fantasy world realize that? How did she even got that freaking title?
He helped a country against another country and then he just go to that country he defeated and the King didn't even questioned him about it? WTF? Yes the King is being controlled by a monster but seriously he took a land "Saria" back but it just doesn't justified that the war will end like him being a wall between the 2 countries. He even got a Viscount noble rank on that country?....
how can he build a city out of nowhere, without anyone's permission? It will be realistic if it's away from civilization but he is just walking distance away from another city with a capacity of 100, 000 people. So logically speaking the land is within protection of that said city and I doubt the governor of that gigantic city will allow another city built in between a dungeon and his city because he will lose resources. He is suppose to be smart..?
He build a freaking city out of nowhere without asking any land lords. I mean it's a freaking medieval period, a royalty or a nobel should have ownership to the land especially one near a freaking city. And assumes that he will be the governor just because he build it? I don't think life is that easy, especially on medieval period and force can't be used once a nobel or a royalty makes a move since it will be an all out war from there.
He only asked permission from another demon lord. The setting is way to unrealistic.
Create Blueprint > Send to Blacksmith > Get Guns and Cannon > Kill enemies.
Losgow to Est is 9 days and Losgow to the Capital is 4 days. What the heck? It might be TL problems or maybe the source I got was old but if this way real then it's really s*upid. I mean it takes few days from Est to Losgow but Lyle got the guns way too quickly. The travel back and forth would take 18 days in total and with those number of days the monster army of 200 can already move out.
Plus Lyle alone traveled from Est to Losgow and back to Est with all those monsters rampaging. Plain s*upid to be honest.
Aside from the brainless monsters.
The noble knights are prideful but seriously the author made them way too s*upid just to glorify the MC. It was done way too openly so there was no thrill to it.
For some reasons he is getting in my nerve. Who the heck call themselves 'kind'.
MC's family was massacred which is a big lost because they can be a really good antagonist especially Blake. The bandit attack was just way too far fetch and it was not a satisfying end for his family.
And there is Sophia's family also gotten killed.
All this happening seems to me like it was done just to end all progressing problems in one go which is not really that interesting. I know there is a better way to solve thing and sadly killing off characters is not really the best way to do that.
Well he is smart and the first quest[killing the bandits] was kinda fun except for Meat being raped. Well she did had a good life after that but that was kinda scary because I thought we will get constant thing like that but so far I haven't read anything similar to that.
Thankfully there is no s*ave crap so far and while the marriage is a bit forced at least it is more logical than the other series I've read.
He healed strangers using [Ex-Heal] without second thought (Just to impress a loli) despite it being rare even with people who practice being a priest.
He made a healing stand inside a bar "Because nobles doesn't go there" how s*upid is that? Nobles have a way to get information and adventurers aren't as soft as he thinks, they are people who will sell out someone for money.
1. The first scene on "Earth" before he died wasn't NTR because we can't be sure that the male together with the 'supposed to be' heroine is actually dating her.
(on a later chapter it was mentioned that he was not but he admire her)
2. He isn't in love with the other girls that he let go/ he left alone.
When Sophia said "You... are really gentle." then he suddenly introduce himself. I was like "WTF?" so basically the pause for "You..." means she was hesitating to state his name or something?.
A prince who trusted a stray guy, just because he have black hair and black eyes. The author needs to work with this stuff, where is the building of trust? He is a prince, why would he pick up a guy who might be an assassin?
As for Sophia what the heck as well.. she is so easy to open up. I mean I don't think a psychologist can make someone open up that fast. She's a noble and a strong one at that, she breaks that easily because of kindness and gentleness there is a limit to how close to breaking point she is.
The worse part is this happened in a SINGLE DAY.
2 idiotic nobles actually believed a stray guy who have no background whatsoever and TRUSTED HIM.
For example how he can remember the chemistry table and how it works. He says that he is an engineer and it's quite impossible to have all those memorized and to be honest the building of things are a bit too fast even with the help of the witches.