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| 22 days ago
It's just half-hearted. She's motivated by her wish to bring peace and prosperity to the demon world, but she would basically need to wreck the peace and prosperity of another place to achieve it. That's why she finds it so hard. Instead of war, she should have tried some more clandestine methods first. Assuming she didn't, without success.
In the end, though, I find it silly to try to rely on some miracle method to save her world, instead of hard work. if the change is achieved through a quick miracle, instead of changing the denizens attitudes, they would just soon ruin their world anew. Not to mention there would be plenty of demons back in her world who would rob the philosopher's stone from her to use it for gaining absolute power.
| 23 days ago
Yepp. She generally spouted out the same shit as in last chapter. Well, IF that stone CAN terraform the demon world, I'd give her some points. But to wage war for it right from the beginning, because humans are the enemy as the main reason, even though she did understand, they aren't that different....and going as far as to say, "I don't care what happens to them." Silly
| 24 days ago
What a bunch of childish platitudes and idealistics.
| 25 days ago
"I need your magic rock of miracles to terraform our home, the demon world!"
"Oh, ok then."
"Does that mean you'll give it to us!?"
"This means war! I'll try and keep casualties to a minimum though."
"You're an idiot." "We need to find some kind of antisocial martyr to fight this dumb battle for us."
Last edited 25 days ago by gaigous.
| 25 days ago
Yep, now to help out the demons full heartedly :)
The humans can live without the puny philosopher stone hehe