The lizards are just mention in a single scene cameo and that is after 2 volumes from their introduction, I felt these characters should be at least have some more focus if the author spent time to flesh out their stories for one volume.
He still has emotions which I would think is suppressed because it was after all written there, then later he gets embarrassed and angry from riding a giant hamster. Further in Volume 7 he is enraged by some adventurers he lured, which he explains that his emotion is actually just cutoff after a certain threshold, meaning if he gets too emotional he loses the emotion which is retarded.
Don’t even try to explain the significance of him keeping that small town alive aside from the potion productions.
Thirty years have passed and not even one of the two characters have tried to seek out the players who came before the main character. I mean really they didn't even try to make any effort to search for them and just let the last person who got there to do it for them instead they were satisfied in making a kingdom.
They also announced the disappearance of the elders which I thought was a illogical. It was clear there are more risks on doing it than not so now they are in a midst of war with the neighboring kingdoms.
I may have missed some points but it is clear that the people who came before the main characters aren't that sharp.
You can see I hated how the author wrote the skill, it was never thought out pretty well like most of the WN out there.
The skills also don't follow any rules and the author just makes them like there is no tomorrow, I mean you could say Physical Resistance can have Blunt, Slash, and Pierce at level 1-3 respectively. And at level 10 you get total Physical Immunity instead there is another skill for it. As said the rules are nonexistent which made me cringe every time we get status reports that takes up half the chapter. The skill can upgrade to even better version but why? Its pointless if you have levels 1-10.
I would say this as part of the world building. And it is Weak.
I will guess the author also got tired of writing in a perspective of the spider and just pull out a Deus Ex Machina plot twist to make her into something else.
She becomes a god and can transform into a humanoid form gets drunk (a lot and craves alcohol) and you will get subjected to her disgusting drunkard state which I question the relevance to the whole story.
After this the whole point of the story is basically ruined. It would have been best that it ended when she was still a spider to begin with. Totally disappointing.