If I had to say, this time was a collection of backstage short stories that weren’t supposed to be written about. Even as the protagonist is engaged in a battle with the last boss, their life on the line, the sub characters who don’t know the protagonist’s battle just normally enjoy their day to day life.
In this volume, each of the heroine’s fights a different enemy. Each and every one of them experienced a grand battle I could write an entire volume on, but unfortunately, these stories have been cut to save time.
Oh, how unfortunate (lol).
Meaning since the heroines are a little tired from their life-or-death battle, they try to rest in their daily life part with the main character, only to get even more tired. Is the story.
With this and that, it’s been a while. This is Nozomi Kota.
My pen raced quite a bit this time around, or rather my pen was on a rampage, or rather, anyways, I enjoyed writing this. I’m satisfied that I was finally able to let a certain character who was mentioned in name alone in chapter one have an appearance.
Well then, my thanks to those below.
My editor. You always look after me. I go off on a tangent whenever you leave me be, so I’m counting on you to lead me on the right path.
Takatsuki Ichi-sama. Thank you for the wonderful illustration once again. I love all the characters and heroines.
And all you readers who accompanied me to volume three. You have my honest gratitude. If it works out, I hope you’ll bear with me from hereon as well.
Finally, here’s a preview of what’s to come.
This time was considerably gag-ridden, so next time is going to be just a little serious. To be more specific, a certain heroine enters the bath with the main character.
Well then, if the chance arises, let us meet again.