Well then is everyone happy with Volume 6 that becomes intense in all sorts of ways?
If everyone thinks ‘as expected of Maruyama’s Overlord’, that would be great. This is the collection of things a novel’s main character would never do after all.
I hid the plot lines several volumes earlier, ‘I have been waiting for this’, I am confident of surprising everyone. Maybe some people could see through all that… but it’s hard right. The plotline hidden most deeply would be the diary. Considering the events in volume two, you won’t be able to link that far, considering the motives of the volume two killer. On the flip side, she did do something so big, so it shouldn’t be strange to hide some plotlines in her to tease the readers. On the other hand, it wasn’t much of a tease, and disappointment for those expecting something… just acting smart.
If you read this, try rereading the entire volume, you might discover something unexpected.
Next would be the characters, although the MVP for Volume five and six was Evileye, I personally prefer the rogue who was named at the very end. It’s good to be young, those who talk to themselves habitually might understand how I feel.
Anyway, I am grateful for the readers for reading the two volumes in both arcs. I am interested in how everyone feels about this. It would be hard to reimburse the readers their postage fees, but I will be happy if the readers send letters to me.
Next would be my expression of gratitude.
So-bin-sama for the book illustrations, Chord Design Studio which is responsible for the design work. Osako-sama who is responsible for the proofreading and editing, F-tan-sama the editor, and the various individuals who assisted in the production works. Thank you everybody. There is also Honey, thank you so much for your help.
And the readers who purchased this book, thank you very much!
2014 January Maruyama Kugane