Saturday, September 26, 2015

Overlord Volume 7 Epilogue

Translator: SifaV6
Editors/Proofreaders: Namo-chan, Skythewood, Ferro, Nigel, Rockgollem

“Well then, here are the one hundred gold coins as promised. And this is the contract.”
After taking a quick peek at the contents of the bag, Arche’s father nodded his head in satisfaction. Without any hesitation, he quickly signed his name on the parchment and then stamped it with their family seal. His fluid actions revealed that this wasn’t the first time that he had done this.
“Now there shouldn’t be any problems, right?”
Eyeing the parchment that was handed to him, the man nodded. If Hekkeran and Imina were here, they would definitely reveal their displeasure. This man was the same man that had visited them previously at the inn.
The man glanced at the parchment a few more times while he waited. After verifying that the ink had finished drying, the man carefully rolled up the parchment, and stored it.
“Yes, most certainly.” Pointing towards the bag of coins in front of Arche’s father, the man asked, “By the way, are you not going to check?”
“Heh, I’m fine with it even if it’s one or two coins short.”
“Is that so?”
Towards the generous yet foolish response made by Arche’s father, the man nodded once more.
The amount of coins had already been verified before, so there shouldn’t be any problems. But it was definitely not a good sign seeing a family that was nearly at the end of their rope to still be acting this way. No, perhaps their house was fated to end the moment that man became its master.
However, it was exactly people like these that made the best customers.
“Well then, you’re fine with the usual interest rate and loan term, I presume?”
Towards this question, Arche’s father responded in a manner as if he was without a doubt someone from a wealthy and high class background.
The man nodded his head once more, showing that he understood.
“…By the way, is your daughter still well and healthy?”
“Hm?”
The man suddenly remembered that there were three daughters in the family.
“I’m talking about Arche-san.”
“Ah, Arche huh? Right now she’s out making money.”
“…Is that so?”

While your daughter is out and about earning money, what are you doing instead?
A look of disdain briefly appeared in the man eyes as he thought about this. He started to pity the girl with this kind of a father.
The man wasn’t without emotions.
However, it was more important for him to recover the amount of coins that had been lent previously including the interest on top, and to ensure this cycle of loan and repayment continued. He couldn’t care less about meddling in other family’s businesses.
“Just because she was able to make a bit of money, she started to act arrogantly.”
The man frowned when he heard the unpleasant mumblings made by Arche’s father. After all, if a troublesome situation was to happen, it might cause a delay in the interest payment. If possible, the man would like the current situation to continue as long as possible. For that, he couldn’t help but ask.
“Did something happen?”
“No, nothing big. It’s just that my foolish daughter seemed to have forgotten about her obligations to her parents for raising her from birth and is starting to become disrespectful.”
“If it’s just that then…”
“Honestly! It’s about time to let her understand her insolence! I need to teach her what being an aristocrat is all about!”
The man swallowed the rest of what he wanted to say. However, he couldn’t help but let out a final remark.
“It must have been really troublesome.”
“Of course. Such a foolish daughter…”
The man had purposely omitted who it was that he was talking about and allowed Arche’s father to mistakenly believe that it was said for him, which resulted in more and more muttering.
One hundred gold coins was an incredible sum. However, at the rate that Arche’s father was spending, he would soon be out of money again. If that happened, he would most likely come back to borrow more. The man had already decided not to lend any more until the money previously lent had been repaid.
The man glanced around the room.
What he saw was a room filled with luxurious furniture and decorations. Should the worst happen, he should still be able to recover what was originally lent, even if he had to sell them.
The man lowered his head in order to hide his thoughts.
“In the end, isn’t it weird for the daughter of the Furt family to be doing that kind of dirty work? The friends that she associates with all seemed to be of common birth too, they probably share the same vulgar character.”
“…Is that so?”
The man thought deeply about the two people that he met in the inn, and finally gave his reply. Perhaps it was due to misunderstanding the tone of the man’s reply, Arche’s father quickly spoke once more.
“Mu, I didn’t mean all commoners are like that. I was mostly referring to those that are adventurers.”
“Perhaps that is so.”
“Isn’t it? My daughter began to rebel exactly because of them. I will need to properly punish her later. In the end, it is natural for a daughter to listen to her father. She’s still ten years too early to be giving me lectures.”
After taking one final glance at the unhappy father, the man stood up from his seat.
“…Anyway, I must head over to the next customer now. We will talk more next time. I will be counting on you for the timely repayments.”

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“Just when will onee-sama return?”
“Perhaps a little longer?”
Inside a certain room, using the bed as a chair, two young girls sat side-by-side next to each other. Their facial features were exactly the same.
A slight flush of red could be seen on their tender white cheeks, which made them look like little angels. They possessed delicate faces which looked very similar to their older sister’s. One could definitely anticipate just how their appearance would bloom in ten to twenty years’ time.
The two of them wore matching outfits consisting of a pure white dress without a single ruffle. Their small white feet dangled from below, making a ‘pa-ta’ ‘pa-ta’ sound as they aimlessly kicked into the air.
“Is that true?”
“It is true…”
“Is that so?”
“That is so…”
“When onee-sama return, we will be moving right?”
“That’s right…”
The two of them laughed happily. They had very little understanding on the meaning of moving, but they did know it meant that their favourite onee-sama would no longer be going away. That was the source of their excitement.
Their sister—Arche, often had to leave home for extended periods of time. Although they did not know what she did, they understood that it was something important. That was why they never voiced any selfish wishes to Arche. However, even so, they couldn’t help but have the desire to wish to be able to play with their gentle sister more.
That’s right, the two of them loved Arche very much.
She was an extremely gentle, knowledgeable and warmhearted sister.
“Onee-sama, still hasn’t arrived…”
“Still hasn’t arrived huh…?”
“Looking forward to it aren’t we, Kuuderika?”
“Un, very looking forward to it, Uleirika.”
“I want to read together with onee-sama…”
“I want to sleep together with onee-sama…”
“Kuuderika is too cunning…”
“Uleirika is also very cunning…”
The two of them looked at each other and a smile then began to form on their faces, gradually turning into cute sounds of laughter.
“In that case, Kuuderika can also join in, together with onee-sama and I.”
“Un, Uleirika can also as well, together with onee-sama and I.”
The two of them smiled once more, looking forward towards the fun and exciting future that awaited them.


288 comments:

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    1. Tnx for the Hard work SifaV6 and Skythewood Team ^^

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    2. Tnx for the Hard work SifaV6 and Skythewood Team ^^

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    1. T^T. My kokoro..
      The f* this author is thinking. Torturing us like this. XD

      Btw thanks agains to our translator-sama and the team for another chapter that I don't want to read. TT. TT

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    2. Not really, their Onee-sama will live on forever as Entoma's voice.. isn't it beautiful? Entoma. <3 *^*

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    3. Thanks for making me feel even worse. Urgh...stupid onion-cutting ninjas.

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    4. wait doesn't Entoma not like eating children? so maybe in the future they might hear Entomas voice and think of her as Arche and some story may end up hahaha i just hope the Author atleast gives us that for closure.

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  3. aww, I was slower damn my laggy com.

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  4. aww, I was slower damn my laggy com.

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  5. Ugh. I enjoy this LN, but this volume left a bad taste in my mouth. Seeing people with decent personalities and drms getting brutally slaughtered isn't a nice feeling.

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    1. I know what you mean. You kinda forget that Ainz isn't a hero until moments like this.

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    2. Up until the chapter with the elfes that Hamsuke spared i was like yea nice... now...

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    3. i wished that the author followed the Web novel in this volume... but i guess if he did this would become less dark and maybe lose the feels... but man this still stings...

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    4. Is the Web Novel really that different..? Unfortunately, the author was probably under pressure from the publisher to make things more interesting.

      There seems to be a trend towards really dark MCs who have ambiguous morales.

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    5. A side rant would be the drama CDs or whatever they're called.

      They didn't even think that the Head Maid going against Ainz and being thrown into house arrest was even important enough to warrant a chapter..? Seriously?

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    6. The web novel told how they skinned the workers, and then some yuri scene later between arche and shaltear (arche became shaltear's 'niku dorei') ha...ha....

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  6. shit, somethings are better not known...
    not that i'm complaining about the translations, arigatou~!

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  7. What a sad ending... *goes back to read Enrich and Emu together* at least they're alive!!

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  8. The sisters have only very bad ending. Author said what the twins fate was.

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    1. Where did he say that?

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    2. I heard he said that in his blog :

      The twins were sold in slavery and died some time after.

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    3. You know, I feel like the new game Will take place years from now

      The original VR game probably took thousands of years ago.

      Now the new game will come out in few years on that premise.

      I'm that relunch, he could be considered an npc.

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    4. Poor Arche. Poorer Twins. Slavery is ugly. I can only imagine the despair when they realise that their beloved sister will never return and they become slaves.

      I love the Story from Overlord but.....this ending is the sadest one so far. Reminds you that Momonga is the bad guy and everyone else is just a puppet in his game.

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    5. ...
      probably get raped, drugged and died as slave ...
      (like the one which saved by Sebas ... but not for this 2 sister)

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    6. If I can twist the knife a little, the twins probably hate Arche for lying and abandoning them. Never knowing the horrors their elder sister faced so they can live a happier life. [But here's secretly hoping Momon the adventurer saves them... somehow, like learning from Roderick]

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  9. uh, I don't know what to think now, the only justification I had in mind was "it was their fault for invading the great tomb of nazarick",, but then again,, that's all a part of ainz-sama plan..

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    1. but the decision to send them was Empire's King right?

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    2. A kingdom has a King an empire has an Emperor. Come on son

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    3. no ainz had fluder sent some sacrifices, fluder told jircniv, jircniv ordered count femel to gather a dig team. so ultimately it was a noble that gathered the workers. and it wasn't an order either, the lure was money and lots of it. foresight could've chose not to join, but mistakes were made. the moment they decided to go through with the job, they were doomed by their own choice.

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    4. I know how you feel.
      The workers got seduced by a noble got seduced by Emperor got seduced by Fluder got seduced by Ainz.
      And Ainz said "Just die, you thieves and emperor!"

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  10. very dark ending... but still love it

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  11. "the two of them smiled once more, looking forward towards the fun and exciting future that awaited them."
    Tahts also a way to tell that they gonna be slaves... we all know whats gonna happen if bad ppl gain little girls (Tsuare)

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  12. Not a fan of this volume I have to say.
    Before, Ainz was cold, and he doesn't see humans on the same level and just animals.
    But he wasn't outright evil.
    Here, its definitely evil territory. Its not like the workers found it by chance and started looting. He lured them there by giving the information out about the place. I blame demlerege or however you spell it.

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    1. He is becoming more and more the character he played in the game. I think that is part of what this story is about. How he slowly becomes the very thing he played in the game for real and not just a character.

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    2. Ainz was never a goody two shoes, but he is filling more and more the role of a villain.His subordinates, his insecurities as a ruler, his undead status and the fact the only thing he really cares about anymore is what is related to his old companions all brought this situation.

      I expect he will become more and more "evil", only caring about Nazarick. I think only the arrival of another player, from his guild or not, could shake him up enough to question his actions.

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    3. I think that's exactly what the author is doing. Personally I find it very refreshing and I hope to see where he will end up. Will he ever regain his humanity? Will he be defeated? So many things ~

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    4. Momonga's character itself says that he's "evil" like the other guy said..his undead status devoids all his emotions towards everything aside from what his past comrades left him...the development itself is interesting since it's new..unlike most shounen villains...

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    5. Momonga's character itself says that he's "evil" like the other guy said..his undead status devoids all his emotions towards everything aside from what his past comrades left him...the development itself is interesting since it's new..unlike most shounen villains...

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    6. His alignment is -500, the same as Albedo, Demiurge and Naberal, and since the beginning is said that he is become more and more like the character.

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    7. Maybe it's time to just stop reading. I think I might. I mean, what's the point if it's just going to make me feel bad? Thanks to the Skythewood guys for translating so far. Me personally, I think I'm out.

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    8. He's honestly always been like that if you pay attention. Most of the time he has shown mercy or anything was due to outside circumstances like owing a favor or the likes.

      Though a lot of it is his undead status. It deadens his emotions to things like fear and makes it harder to empathize with others. Add in that all he has left in the world is Nazarick and he is obviously not going to go out of his way to be all that nice. Other then to the people living there.

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    9. he did gave them a lot of moment to back out, but their greed blinded them, that all i say to myself but this is really a dark chapter i enjoyed it but it did leave some bad taste in my mouth.

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    10. One of the problems is that he just goes along with whatever Demiurge suggests. This isn't helped by the Undead "curse" which erases most of his opportunities to emphasise with people.

      Did you really think he would let Arche escape though..?
      Ainz has always had the prevent all information leaks approach.

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    11. If Arche get away, she would tell to the world about Ainz being a undead.

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    12. all he did was unnecessary blood shed in my opinion

      and it made feel terrible for archne and her sisters(slaves and all that ) [ it was terrible even the WN was terrible ex.sex toy for shallter ]

      i enjoyed the story and all but it is time to bail out for me



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    13. Nah you guys should become a literary critic. Authors just want us to enjoy their creation so why do we need to care about some sub-character's fate?

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    14. No, it's not evil from nazarick perspective because this is for measuring nazarick defense force against intruder

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    15. How is it in the evil territory? he leaked the information, but nobody forced the workers to come here, they knew that it will most likely be dangerous especially since it's completely unknown but nonetheless they chose to come regardless, after they arrived and saw that the tomb was kept clean and polished they realized that somebody is in there but still didn't back off and went ahead anyways.

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    16. That' s what overlord is mainly about, a dark novel.
      It's not a light heart novel that people typically read from the typical novels commonly found.

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    17. Ainz is a bonafide villain now. What marks a villain as such is that their selfish interests take priority over other people's lives, which is exactly what Ainz is doing. Morally, we should be cheering for the downfall of Nazarick, but when it comes to wanting the story to continue that's unrealistic.

      However, what is not unrealistic is other players being alive in new world. The continent ainz is on cannot be the only continent in that world,and it's impossible for Ainz to be the only person logged in when the game was shut down, after hearing of how popular it was.

      There are probably other super powerful players across the seas in other lands.

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    18. "However, what is not unrealistic is other players being alive in new world."
      Ainz Ooal Gown isn't a player though. It's an entire guild with the divine gear of 40 former members. 11 world-class items. Half a dozen Level 100s. A near invincible fortress.

      I don't see it progressing past Ainz toying with the enemy.
      His opponent is always ridiculously powerful compared to the normal people in the world, but even then.. He usually ends up toying with them.

      It's more likely that Nazarick will destroy itself.
      The "Supreme Beings" never expected that the lore, etc. which they wrote for the NPCs would actually become reality, and so they wrote all sorts of troublesome things in there.

      Sebastian is the antithesis of Demiurge.
      Or perhaps, Nazarick will actually end up defeating all of the other players. It really depends on whether you want to wrap everything up with an actual ending.

      Heck, Ainz could even go from world to world conquering them and end up becoming a multiversal conquerer.

      Well no. Selfish interests taking priority of other people's lives is more or less humanity itself. Most people are much more hesitant about killing though, while Ainz has the emotional dampener or whatever.

      The thing is that it's always something like the 13 heroes, the six gods, the eight greed kings, or some lone super powerhouse. The thing with Nazarick is that it has many powerhouses, and a practically invicible fortress.

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    19. Still the sisters fate is cruel.

      But heck. Think about it. You are a leader of a Clan like Momonga and so on and the workers enter your fortress. You probably only see some invaders. You don't know their backgrounds or whatever so you don't care about their fate.

      This is what all living things do all the time. Everyone who is not part of the same group is an outsider.

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    20. Ainz and the guardians are niave and innocent to the world around them. They're like children who haven't fully matured their moral compass. And that in many ways is the greater evil. Being out of touch in the world they're strength crushes innocent lives both directly and indirectly. No doubt if another player is alive around this time and meets Ainz, he'd probably give him the same lecture that Hiiro [in 'Konjiki no Wordmaster'] made to the heroes who squander their time, never experiencing the world around them!

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    21. Not really.Ainz does a lot to learn about the new world.Both personally and with his npc.He just really doens't care much about human lives aas long as they aren't usefull to him.

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    22. "How is it in the evil territory? he leaked the information, but nobody forced the workers to come here, they knew that it will most likely be dangerous especially since it's completely unknown but nonetheless they chose to come regardless, after they arrived and saw that the tomb was kept clean and polished they realized that somebody is in there but still didn't back off and went ahead anyways."

      That's slantwise and contemptuous self-deception. What Ainz did was entrapment. The wealth was placed aboveground on purpose. The tomb's disguise was exposed on purpose. And at any point along the line he could've negotiated and let the workers go, because it's not like they really cost him anything.

      "But heck. Think about it. You are a leader of a Clan like Momonga and so on and the workers enter your fortress. You probably only see some invaders. You don't know their backgrounds or whatever so you don't care about their fate."

      Wrong. In his shoes I'd recognize that I was the leader of a bunch of human players in a video game. That Nazarick was nothing but pixels. And that given power, I have every responsibility to make sure that power is neither misapplied or abused.

      There's no rational reason to allow creatures like Shalltear to do as she pleases just because she was a weekend art project of a friend. No matter how much I really liked that friend.

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    23. All blood shed isn't unnecessary, most of them became food and nests for the creatures of Nazarick which is beneficial,this is just a small step to achieve a bigger goal,Ainz didn't do anything bad,

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  13. This chapter make me feel a little bit bad on what Ainz have done, but well, This is OVERLORD

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  14. Well that was sad. Still extremely addictive series, I simply can't wait for more! See you next week.

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  15. The two of them smiled once more, looking forward towards the fun and exciting future that awaited them.

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    1. Slavery and dying in despair.FUN TIMES!

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    2. They can thank their father for that

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  16. Ouch. That ending made me sad. Still, that's the end of greed, Arche should have bailed on her old man ages ago.

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  17. Might have prefered not to know this....

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  18. This is the healing I need after watching too much moe anime...I feel like a man again

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    1. I know right!? Amidst all the god awful generic villain protagonist shounen stories there is this gem shining with darkness. And some wankers would steal this one piece of cathartic enjoyment from us, they'd be happy with yet another generic Good guy Devil crap shounen story. Like we don't have enough of those already.

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    2. agreed, watching too much of those moe will turn my mind as naive as the moe characters inside.

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    3. Aside from F/Z and TAMNI, Overlord is one of the LNs that made me so interested. Cant wait for Vol. 9

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  19. @Sky will a chapter from Vol. 8 be released next week? The side panel says "Ovallord ==> Saturday" and as much as I love Ovallord, I would rather prefer an Overlord chapter.

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    1. Yeah it's scaring me a great deal I REALLY hope overlord isn't dropped!

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    2. Hey Anon,

      We certainly will be continuing with Vol 8, but as for whether the first release will be ready by next week is still unknown.

      Vol 8 has a different structure, and only has two chapters instead of the regular four or five, so each chapter is naturally going to be much longer.

      Have patience! Ovallord in the meantime ;)

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    3. thanks for the info @ferro

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  20. This volume was like a punch to the gut for me. Seeing sympathetic characters be brutally murdered is one of the last things I ever wanna read since they usually don't deserve such a fate. Definitely feeling sorry for Arche and her sisters. That said, this volume was still very much an entertaining read. Thanks for the translation skythewood! :D

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    1. in the Web Novel they(Arche and sisters) have a happy ending.
      i at least can feel a little better knowing that at least in a alternative story, they are happy

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    2. What happened with them in the WN?

      I know that Arche became Shalltears Sex Toy or something like this but what about the sisters?

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    3. I don't know the complete details but it's said that they eventually reunite with Arche and live with her under Ainz's care.

      As preferable as her fate in the WN may seem, what really gets to me is that the fans themselves decided the outcome of the LN when the author let them decide what happens to Arche. :(

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  21. Thanks for the translation, Skythewood o/

    Man, what a volume! First I was finding it very boring, but the intermission and chapter 4 were awesome *-*
    First, wtf is Rubedo: "Shalltear would be a weakling in comparison". This is too much op...
    Second, another guild weapon *-*. Ainz has to get it!

    Finally, could the leader of the 13 heroes be Touch-me?

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    1. That makes no sense. Touch me retired from the game completely to focus on his real life. =_=

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    2. Yeah, but I kinda had this impression when they said that the 13 heroes's leader was a "good guy". Of course, it didn't mean that only Touch-Me was good, but it would be a nice "plot twist" to Ainz.

      Do as Demiurge and let me dream a little T-T

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    3. Shalltear is far from the strongest being in Nazarick. Some Area guardians are stronger then she is and the 8th floor has things in it that Ainz mentions is dangerous to Albedo going full defense. So it makes sense that there is something like that.

      Though in general Ainz going all out with all his relics beats out most NPCs other then Rubedo.

      I'm also pretty sure that other guild weapons can't be used but by the guildmaster of the guild or something like that.

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    5. Yeah, I not even doubt that Pandora's Actor is stronger than Shalltear (and also it's said that Gargantua is too). But, I didn't expected that there was someone who makes Shalltear, a lvl 100, seems like a weakling. Shalltear is already so fucking strong that Albedo wanted that Cocytus, Mare and herself fought against her. So, again, wtf is Rubedo hahaha

      About the guild weapon, I believe that it can. Or, at least, I didn't found anything saying that it can't (only that the boy from the volume 2 could use The Staff of Ainz Ooal Gown)

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    6. Touch-me can't really do anything to him. Firstly, he has all of that guy's gear. Secondly, Ainz has 11 World-class items.

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    7. There is also the the Albedo kill team.

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  22. Not the ending I was hoping for the foresight. Sad indeed...

    Thanks for the nice chapters!

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  23. Thanks for the chapter

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  24. this chapter does make me feelin a little sad.......the sisters did not know the true fate of their oldest sister......but then again,a single step of misdirection can be fatal (in this case,death).......i've sorta hope that both sisters will be kept under ainz protection same as tsuare......but then again,both of them never encounter ainz or his subordinates along the way........reading a lot of comment here that says that they be sold to slavery and died after some time......well,i guess i just imprinted my fantasy endings for my own......i want the best for the both of those sisters to be honest....

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    1. sorry to let you down man... but according to the author´s blog the sister fate is to be sold into slavery and dying a little after.

      if this was the Web version they would have the happier ending were they live with Arche under Ainz care

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  25. Ugh... the last part was heart breaking to read...

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  26. Its not Ainz's fault. Its the complete fault of the idiot father. Then again Ainz was never the "Good guy" and It made me made when people said well Ainz never kills innocent people blah blah. Well there are probably going to be more people like this that are going to be affected when Ainz kills someone.

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  28. I loved this volume, why? Because it shows that what happened with the lizard folks is not going to be standard, it means dangerous situations will have meaning and consequences.

    When Momon asked the workers why they would risk their lives, thou they didn't know he was giving them a way to live.

    Had Arche let it slip that it was for her family, I think she would still be alive. But since they all said it was for money, all he could think is of these greedy thieves who came to steal what he and his comrades had made adds the lies that angered him to no end and their fates were sealed...

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    1. That's the thing. They gave the completely wrong answer.

      If they said that they needed money to support their families or they're struggling to make a living, etc. then.. He might have let that slide.

      Impressing him by showing that they're comrades..?
      I don't see how that's relevant to them robbing the tomb, killing it's inhabitants and doing it all for a quick buck.

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    2. Yep. the right answer would lead to the events of the Web version wich is pretty heart warming

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  29. Very sad ending, the fall of ainz in the madness, insecurity and megalomania. This prepares us to not feel pity by Ainz when is defeated by an internal revolt (leaded by demiurge) or and external attack. This chapter reminds me "Tuf Voyaging" of George R. R. Martin.

    Uff more chapters as this...I need some "happy ending" in the future chapters or i quit reading.

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    1. not intended to be spoilers but.. you might as well end it here for your own good..:v
      although I like it how dark it is, if this is too much for you,then stop. because it will continue.. :v

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  30. I like this =w=d
    i can't wait to see ainz slaughter countless of innocent people! >w<d

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  31. this kind of story are really good, it got "reverse pyschology" effect to the reader

    when you see someone evil ,then other person probably wanna take the good guy role

    what with the elder sister twin's ,which is arche, never came back and those twin gonna be slaved, tortured as toy and given painful death. it gives "wanna protect" them inside the reader heart isnt? then maybe the reader would start caring with those that around them irl .

    but then again, maybe not
    after all human just greedy plunderer who sought nothing but all those which can satisfy their lust
    human deserved to be entoma food

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    1. hoo.. reverse psychology huh... I like the way you think humanity really need to change or else we will be in Entoma's menu list ( 1 greedy teenager arms and thigh with fries and a regular size Cola,,please ) something like that !! o_O"

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  32. Wow I knew this would happen because I read the spoilers but still that last part tho... Not good for the feels... Two cute little angels being sold into slavery and possibly experiencing the same type of brutality that tsuare faced but at a younger age is too dark... I can see why the LN version took a different route...
    But then again I can't really blame Ainz because he's an undead, a being that has suppressed emotions and is capable of taking cold calculated actions... I mean all he wanted was to test out his security system and him being an undead overlord, killing people in the process regardless of their circumstances is well within his nature.. So keep doing your thing supreme overlord...

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    1. What do you mean the light novel took a different route? Am I misinterpreting something? Pretty sure this is the light novel, Albedo doesn't exist in the web novel.

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    2. I thought the light novel was a revised version of the web novel?

      Presumably, the publisher probably didn't think the original version was interesting or dark enough, and decided to make it darker.

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    3. Azareal In the original web version the characters got WORSE ends.

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    4. It was between worse or better end
      As for arche, she was live in wn as shalltear's sex slave, and then she taught ainz how to dance, ainz coincidentally bring her two sisters, and then they live happily in 6th floor

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    5. From the sounds of the comments, the WN focusses a little more on what horrible ends they get. While the LN leaves it to your imagination.

      Let's face it though. Who really thought they weren't going to get such ends when it's the dark side of Nazarick that's dealing with them..?

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  33. man is anyone else beginning to hate ainz and all his friends I mean the guy pretty much lost all his humanity probably a result of him turning undead and he will slowly lose himself who knows maybe he'll meet one of his comrades and he will have turned into a mindless monster and it might finally give ainz a wake up call.
    Maybe that death knight has some significance it would be hilarious if that was one of his friends

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    1. Quite opposite actually, the more Ainz sheds his morality more I like him. If I wanted a hero protagonist story I'd watch generic shounen anime number 32405335464.

      Also lot of his guildies were RP'ing extreme evil, except for touch me, so if he hypothetically met one, odds are they'd just have high five for evulz.

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    2. I actually feel different after reading dozens upon dozens of translated chinese web novels where blood feuds start over the most petty things or cities get massacred by sociopaths left and right.

      There's a difference between a realistic character who doesn't go out of their way to save the day everyday and someone who is progressively becoming more and more evil.

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  34. Please, allow me to express my gratitude for my fellow friends at Skythewood, who had personally take their time and effort to bring this marvelous light novel into a language to which we understand.

    And most important of all, So-Bin-sama for his(or her, i don't know) expressive and innovative arts, and also Maruyama-sama, for he has succeed in his attempt to evoke emotions in our hearts, fellow readers, isn't that the mark of a wonder of an author?

    Reel us in into the stories, entice us with attachment and give us ambiguous ending for the little sisters, and we cannot help but to feel sad, grief and a sense of loneliness for yet, what is to come for their lives, the little angels.

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  35. Lot’s of people are writing about Arche’s death ad the fate of her little sisters. But I have seen no one caring about the two new LIVING NESTS. I suppose one will care more about of the characters with pages of background than someone with only a few lines, but considering what happened to the others I believe it could have ended much worse.

    I won’t try to find excuses to the behavior of the main character, because there aren’t. He is just evil, and he have been like this since he used “gasp heart” instead of “paralysis” in the first volume.

    I personally enjoyed the volume. I don’t even know how many times I have read about a hero of justice who want to defeat the evil or about an anti hero who at the end it’s good. Reading the story of an ACTUAL EVIL MAIN CHARACTER is something I always wanted.

    In the end, I can only give you an advice. Instead of reading a story hoping it to change, you should just read and try to enjoy a story different from the others.

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    1. Another thing people seem to forget, there are HUNDRED if not thousands of innocent that died in the previous volume, all those Demiurge kidnapped to make it "look good" that were sent to Nazarick.

      Ainz chose to have them killed painlessly, since they were not enemies of Nazarick but just to keep appearances he still had innocent men, women and children slaughtered by the hundreds.

      People keep talking about decent to madness, last straw, Ainz going evil... He always was, from not resurrecting the people in the Carne village to killing to further his goals.

      The only difference is that we didn't have a sob story background to each of the many people killed.

      Ainz is evil, but he tries to limit the casualties and since he is the MC we have empathy for him, but he was a broken man to begin with. he had no one but his guild mates and no he is an undead trying to keep his guild alive in a world were the stakes are all too real.

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    2. It's really two factors: Not wanting to take on the responsibility of being a leader, and losing his humanity.

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    3. I tried to not think about the living nest couple, because I thought it much sadder than Archie's story, just the suffering they have to go through is unneeded, any living thing would be fine right? So just use some wolves from the forest, you know?

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    4. "Reading the story of an ACTUAL EVIL MAIN CHARACTER is something I always wanted."
      Are you reading this for the story or simply because it has an evil main character? There are countless dozens of stories involving evil MCs who end up destroying cities for the most petty reasons. This isn't new.

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    5. Really. It’s wonderful.
      Could you please write the titles of some of those?
      If it’s possible I would like them in a medieval fantasy world.
      Thank you.

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  36. Wow i'm amazed at all the people complaining about the bad ending these characters received,what did you expect?

    If you guys want another generic,goody two shoes protagonist who helps everyone maybe you should go read something else,there are countless generic novels,manga and anime out there for you guys to enjoy.

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    1. Yup, there is The New Gate, Death March kara Hajimaru Isekai Kyousoukyoku to name but a couple to have the "entered a game world OP as all Hell" with lawful good hero.

      What I like about this LN and Re:Monster is that the MC is not so much evil as he is heartless to none allies.

      The Arche story arc while sad, makes me feel more interested for future stories knowing that not every character I like may have a happy ending.

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  37. Please. Regardless of whether or not Ainz baited the adventurers. Every single one of them did it for greed.

    Also the leader messed everything up by faking knowing a guild member personally. That was a landmine that the leader should of never stepped on.
    Regardless of their background, from which author did a good job, momonga did nothing wrong or evil. Thieves came into his homd to steal personal property, plain and simple. Thats like if you're house got burglarized and expect no repercussions.

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    1. Hekkeran was so incredibly stupid in that instance. Teasing Ainz with the promise of information of his dear friends when he had none.

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    2. Here's the thing. Momomga is incredibly lonely right now. His minions worship the soil he walks on. He has no friends or companions in that, just fanboys. Momonga puts so much trust and respect with his friends that he already said would stop his plans if they decided against it. And Momonga is still very human. He is doing a specific action hoping for a response:

      "I'll bait a little to let them know I'm here"
      "No reponse? I'll bait a little more"
      "Still nothing? Gotta bait a little more"

      Remember that Ainz wants to see his friends badly and the situation we see now got more intense since his good guy role got no response. From which is what he did first

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    3. Yeah, Hekkeran is not using its brain at all. Let is presume he convinces Ainz for a time. What of it? Ainz will not let them escape of Nazarick until he himself confirms that the info is true. Then, when he returns after knowing about the lies their fate will be horrible for trying to trick him.

      So let is think about it. Maybe you will be able to live a few days more while Ainz is investigating.

      However, when he returns he will be angrier than even now since here he discovered it inmediately. They will experience even worse things than the ones they are destined for now. I dont know if a few days will be worthy.

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  38. As pointed out by some others, its' partially the workers' fault when they told Ainz their reason for invading. Ainz had no way of knowing Arche's background and when Momon asked them why they were doing the job, they all said "money". So in Ainz' eyes, he really was just killing a bunch of filthy thieves. Even if they did show some comradery, they were still thieves who only cared about money (albeit caring about money TOGETHER, but still doing it for the money), as far as he knew.

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    1. Good point, I missed that. But do you think momonga would have acted diifferently, if he'd known? I'd like to think so, but I'm wavering a lot in these chapters. Also wondering if his character alignment is effecting him too, is. -500 extreme evil, I think it was? If that's creeping up on him, then this is only going south from here on.

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  39. Too many bleeding heart idealists hating on Ainz in this comment section. The adventurers did everything in their power to make things worse for themselves. And say what you will about Arche but at least she died without suffering. She was unconscious for the worst part.

    The two turned into living nests and the cleric who is going to have his faith and mind shattered were not so lucky and yet few actually mention them.

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  40. You guys just too focused on Ainz choice of action, you guys need to know that even the world we live right now was not that peaceful, children sold to slavery, worker forced to work till dead, etc was actually normal occurence since long time ago

    Go read some dark history fact like how War deprived a lot of "humanity" from someone so they became undead

    Overlord story overall focus on how human can be cruelest human can be, so if you guys can't get it then it only means you live too long on your safe-zone

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  41. Skythewood, could I ask if you guys would be interested in translating the parts of the web novel including Arche and Brain?

    Arche's relationship to Nazarick seems really funny (and sexy).
    As well, Brain's old character path seems really interesting if you compare how different it is to what it is now with the official publication.

    I need some dancing skeleton and I am told that Arche has a part in that. Would you guys consider it at least?

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    1. That sounds hilarious and I would read that, especially the arches part, if it's lighter than this. Now I wanna know if the web novel would have been a better read. *sigh* if only I knew things were going to be like this.

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  42. If anyone wants a bright story with good characters, go get another novels. This place is not for you, lol

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  43. I knew this was coming when Arche entered the tomb.
    Honestly, I was hoping it would show the fathers' reaction when he realized his daughter had died and he became penniless.
    Then I wanted Arche to come back as a vampire and kill him.
    Oh well, can't get everything I suppose.

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  44. I cried when I remember the words" ,,ignorance is bliss"

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  45. Thx for all :) .

    Im dissapointed with this novel, it was totally unimportant for the history. Why did he show us all the workers and their lifes if he is going to kill them all? The empire part of the novel was ok, but all the history around nazarick and the workers is irrelevant. He showed us that he is going to turn into a real undead, but he was showing that from the begining. It wasn't dissapointing for me that he was an evil mind, but if you describe in your novel 10 characters and you kill them all in the same novel, it feels really pointless to read all about them. You have to let someone alive who adds something to the next novel.

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    1. Why would you care about them if they were just generic mooks without any backstory?=You wouldn't care.That why the author did it so that people would care about them.

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    2. Well said, Letum :)

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    3. It would be ok if he let someone alive, or if it was only part of the novel. Most of the novel was about the workers and how they travel to the tomb. I could just jump this 7th novel and i would miss nothing of the history. I can just read the arrival of Mare/Aura to the capital and it would be enough.

      Btw i don't care about the characters, it is not as if Arche or Hekkeran was appealing to me. It only feels as if i read a side story about how Mare buys a dog, may be i would read it anyway but if i jump the story, i wouldn't miss anything and i wouldn't care.

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  46. I hope Arche shows up later up later on as a vampire.

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    1. Demiurge has her skin, A demon has her head, entoma has her vocal chords. She's dead, Jim

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    2. Is it stated somewhere that it's Arche's voice?
      It may be the half-elf's right, it must be half-elf's right?
      Goddam it, just tell me I'm right and Arche will come back as bad ass siscon vampire.

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  47. This novel is not for milkdrinker !!!

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  48. This novel is not for milkdrinker !!!

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  49. Thanks, I really loved it. To sad that there won't be more to the story of the twins, I would love to see the entire family get wasted by the stupid actions of their parents.

    Ainz-sama wasn't behaving evil. He just needed to test the defense mechanisms of nazarick and the only way is to have someone attack, but they have to die as not to give out information about nazarick.
    Then he needed to fight against opponents giving their all as a team to improve his combat abilities and also do research.

    He is just going down a checklist. I would probably be very similar to his behavior, only I would venture out a lot more to get more information, travel farther and manage nazarick by teleporting back and forth.

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  50. I wish Arche didn't die, oh well.

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  51. This volume reminds us Ainz is the badguy

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  52. Well I wish arche's death was more detailed and talked about what these 'nests' were rather than a fight scene that just pointed out yet again that people are weak and Ainz is strong. Also if they're turning Arche's head into a hat that means Ainz could potentially revive her if need be like perhaps the twins also develop strong magic and catch Ainz's eye (they haven't died in the story yet so there's always a chance the author will change his mind by the time it goes to print).

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    1. Demiurge has her skin, A demon has her head, entoma has her vocal chords. She's dead, Jim

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  53. this author is too cruel.. why give us a backdrop story of a character your gonna kill.. he seems to like killing off sisters.. those 2 are gonna be sold to slavery

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  55. It was not certain that Arche died yet....I'm guessing no, since they went back to her father taking in more debt, and her sisters.

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  56. Momonga was good in the beginning right? But then he started to treat humans like bugs even though he knows he's one of them, at least a little bit. Now he's taking things too far. This doesn't bode well for Evileye, as he probably plans to kill her while she's fawning over him (before she realizes what he's done, of course). Another problem with momonga is that he's kinda stupid, human populate most of the areas in the world, or at least that's how it usually is, and so he should be making some actual connection with the race, not this shit. And, he's going against his original plan for Momon, the point was to do good deeds while Momon and then come out and say "it's been me momonga to whole time, aren't I a good person?!", but now he's openly showing that ainz is a bad person that should be destroyed by hero's. He's just not thinking anymore.

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    1. Humans are the weakest race in the new world. YOu couldn't be any further form the truthe

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    2. Couple of points to counter:
      1. Momonga himself realized he has ceased to be human in body and soul already back at cairn village. Only some vestiges of his humanity are left, and they are disappearing as well.
      2. Though Evileye has very little chance in any case, she is not human either.
      3. This was meant to test Nazarick, not make relations. Even then, we've already seen that brutal approach to enemies is the standard in this world. Those humans you fawn over? Remember that one of them came to the Nazarick with she-elf slaves? And the strongest reaction from other humans to the slavery was at most mild disgust?

      Really now. Comparing to some humans, Ainz is a saintly messiah.

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    3. You mean the Slane Theocracy..? Yeah, they've been kinda setup as villains since the beginning.

      Asides from that, there's the underworld, and there's politics aka nobles rebelling against their overlords or overlords suppressing the nobles.

      I know that his excuse is.. We were all being controlled by a World-class item..!! but, you'd think that he wouldn't jump onto the torture bandwagon, except for when it's absolutely necessary.

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    4. In the previous volume we have the nobles using human slaves like toys, the "good hearted, saint of a princess" kill all those rescued girls just so they wouldn't get close to Climb as well.

      Last but not least, all of Ainz Ooal Gown players were inhuman monsters, with only Touch Me having a good karma. Meaning only him might dissagree with what he has done, the others would all have been affected by their alignement as well.

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    5. The question is.. Is he being affected by his alignment or his he being affected by the emotional suppression and the fact that he just follows whatever suggestions the evil people like Demiurge give him..?

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    6. @Azareal:
      I think both, his alignment allows him to think of extreme methods which may goes against human moral, while his 'emotional suppression' eliminates any doubts and disgusts from his human soul (well, what left of it anyway).

      Now this may be a little far-fetched, but I think Ainz right now behave like a player controls his character in a game, and he doesn't have much sympathy for some 'pixels' characters (which he knows are not the case).

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  57. tyvm for the hard work skythewood, sifav6 and the others!
    I know thisvolume is sad but it only made this light novel more realistic and fascinating so I cant think the author could do any better! btw did the corpses of the 2 people from insight become the nests for the cockroaches or something like that? definitely not the best way to go...

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  58. those piece of sh*t parents of Arche should die

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  59. In the last volume, a lot of people is abducted/kill by demiurgue but aiz only accept the accomplished fact because of his insecurities. But in this volume Ainz takes an active part gloating in its own inhumanity.

    Besides, the author also delights in showing an excessive cruelty in first plane. It's like seeing something on the news or see it with your own eyes. Occasionally it is torerable but if it becomes a habit... It is a good novel but becomes difficult to read.

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    1. That's the thing. In the previous volume, you could tell that he had no clue what was going on, and that he was just being dragged along by Demiurge.

      In this one, his playing Evil Overlord. They could have just kept the cruelty behind the scenes with Demiurge doing things behind his back as always like with the "sheep".

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    2. The thing is, he is very much a slave to his emotions.
      He asked them why they would risk their lives, they answered for "money".

      He wasn't asking adventures why they adventured, but thieves why they would steal what he and his only friends created after many years.

      Add the lies about knowing a friend of his and he lost it.

      2 emotions control him:
      - A feeling of worthlessness, for which he over compensates all the time.
      - Loneliness, which is exactly why he had so much invested in Yggdrasil to begin with.

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  60. thank you very much for your hard work! (x4)

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  61. This comments section is far too full of people whose brains have been turned to mush by the generic Moe and unrealistic shonen...
    6 volumes in and you still couldn't tell what Ainz's morality was? really? Was the result of his fight with clementine not illuminating enough?
    Ainz has always been a selfish, egotistical pure villain. He already played this way as a yggdrasill player, amongst comrades of the same nature. Only two things have changed: one, it's not a game anymore, wich would normally hold back a human, at least temporarily... and two, his undead status essentially kills his emotions. remember how he felt nothing to the masacre in carne village initially.
    The last few chapters, he had had to hold back and pretend to be nices than he is too much to fit the expectations people had of Momon. It's perfectly appropiate to give us now a reminder of his actual nature.
    If you guys want a "villain" story with game-like terms that still doesn't go too far, go read Moonlight Sculptor.

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    1. ...
      at first Ainz isn't like that ...
      but as time passed, he starting to lose his humanity ...
      like the passive skill which kill his emotion, so his humanity getting closer and closer to his character he was using (which practically become himself)

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    2. Yeah, at first he want to be a hero and change his impression back at the game. But his action condradict with his will, starting with massacre lizardmen, letting demiurge kidnap innocent people, and then after he know that his subordinate want to give him the world, he just let it go, because it's not affect to his main objective (spread his name so the member know him). After that, he just simply plain to be the infamous person and do inhuman thing, as long as it's not an obstacle to objectives. Even though he is undead, he still have his humanity, but he killing it slowly because he doesn't want to make his subordinate disappointed. Irony, he is overlord but can't make decision from himself. While he know that he isn't a good leader, at least he should learn how to make decision, not learn how to be leader just show his immaturity while he thinks he become more mature (no, posing in front of mirror and pretending isn't a development of character).
      But that's what make things interesting, sooner or later he will meet the condition whether he should completely kill his humanity or keep his humanity.

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  62. Ughh.. Thanks for the "Dark" chapters. Hope I dont hv a bad dream tonight.

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  63. LOL get rekkktttttt. All shall crumble beneath the great tomb of nazarick.

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  64. ...
    all this hate because Ainz kill one sister ...
    I guess most reader will be extremely hate if they known there's one character which actually "hero" and have save a lot of people, also already meet Ainz at early story get killed latter ...

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    1. Because ainz actually don't want to kill him, but that person choose his fate, willing to die to fight ainz. And he get a painless and merciful death, not like arche that have despair moment and gruesome afterdeath

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  65. So is everyone just going to ignore the fact that the fate of the sisters ultimately rests with the idiot father who couldn't accept reality? The fact that he was swimming in debt caused Arche to seek a way to make easy money to help the family? Hell, Arche would probably have never been with Foresight if it weren't for him.

    Ainz was lied to about his comrades and was also told that the workers there were here for money which he assumed was for personal gain.

    Furthermore, despite the fact that Ainz purposely leaked information about Nazarick to Fluder and thus Jirncv. Nobody forced the workers to go. The allure of great wealth is what brought them to their fates. So is Ainz really the bad guy here?

    I will admit the bit with the knights and Mare just outright killing them was a bit overboard though.

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    1. "I will admit the bit with the knights and Mare just outright killing them was a bit overboard though."Did you look at the alignments?They really really don't care about killing soem humans.Especially not if it sends a message.

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    2. That is true but it doesn't lessen what they did.

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  66. Ainz is still evil but people are overreacting to the sister bit.

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  67. am not crying !! sob* . . ..sob* . . sob* . sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob*sob* . .. ....

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  68. The feels... *sob*
    I'm literally crying from this. Why did this happen. Why?

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  69. Thank you very much, Supreme Translators!

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  70. Ainz is not really evil. The good and evil depends by the way you look at it.

    For Nazarick Ainz is a hero. For the victims he is a monster. The same is for the others. Foresight didnt doubt on the slightest that Nazarick is evil and that Ainz is a monster incapable of reasoning. Humans are not really better than them. They will destroy Nazarick if they could. The only difference is that they are stronger and therefore Nazarick rules.

    Putting apart the fact that the one with strenght is the one on the right, morally Ainz is not really at fault. The workers try to invade their realm. They have to accept the consequences. Nobody forced the workers to invade, even if they didnt have enough info, that is not Ainz's fault. Regarding Demiurge's errands on the volume 6, it is a little extreme, but for world domination ( that is the problem on itself, :P ) they have to do at least a part of what they did. Volume 4 was a need to make Nazarick stronger in order to deal with possible attacks on the future and this one was a need to test if the defenses work as they did on Yggdrassil. Sure, the invaders were too weak, but there are reasons for it.

    1. It is difficult to find others. He cannot invite the Slane Theocracy without preparation, can he? Adamantine adventures are stronger but that difference is nothing for Nazarick so there is not problem.

    2. I dont think he wants to spend a lot of money on that. For testing if the defenses work it is fine to only test the cheap ones. For extension, you can presume the expensive ones will work. It will be strange that they dont.

    3. This allows Ainz to retaliate vs the Empire controlling them as puppets righteously so the choice of victims is perfect.

    Therefore, everything has a reason so far and...............this is a dark novel, you cannot expect Ainz to be a boring hero.

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  71. I'm sure that Ainz is gonna get overthrown for being an imposter, or unfaithful to the supreme beings, or atleast for being a weakling. He's trying to run a dictatorship/religion like a business, and his followers are starting to see him in a light that they previously wouldn't have even dared thought of. It's a little disturbing to see the change happen in the guardians, especially albedo. It's like, glaringly obvious that ainz is losing control of his followers by being an idiot.

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  72. 6/10

    This series is getting masochistic. I dont enjoy reading about people getting killed, tortured, raped, and enslaved at a whim. I read the news for that. Overlord had a good start, but the pattern is getting disagreeable. Introduce characters that the reader get attached then kill them off is a cheap way to generate hook. It the same thing over and over.

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