And so, this is the end of volume 2, hope you can enjoy this volume as well. Well then, see you again next week for the 3rd volume!
Thank you very much for picking up “The Otherworldly Tales of a Mythological, Legendary Hero Volume 2”. It has been a long time for those of you who have read it continuously since volume one. If you’ve picked up the second volume, it’s a pleasure to talk to you.
The first volume was based on the concept of having the main character fight and feel exhilarated, and the second volume was based on the concept of having the main character play an active role through military strategy.
I hope you enjoyed reading it. If you did, I would be dancing with joy.
This volume has many characters, including mob characters, because I pushed the war story element to the forefront. In my case, the number of male characters increased instead of female characters, and the editor in charge, S-sama, has complained about this. I am really sorry about this. For some reason, the number of men increases without understanding it myself.
However, the number of men in the story has decreased to a similar level, so I’m going to make some excuses and add more attractive women to the story, so I hope readers will look forward to it.
Oh… and did you know that there is an “afterword note” on the official website of Overlap Bunko? There, you will find the stepbrother Altius playing an active role. If you’re curious about it, please visit it right now!
I’ve been writing as much as I want, and now there are only a few lines left. I’m not used to writing afterword, so this is the end of my solo story.
Now, I would like to express my gratitude.
I would like to thank Miyuki Ruria-sama for the many beautiful illustrations and attractive characters in this volume, my kind-hearted editor S-sama who always says there is no problem when I make last-minute changes to the text, everyone in the editing department, proofreaders, designers, and everyone else involved in this work.
I would also like to thank all the readers who have continued to read this book since the first volume and the readers who read it from “Syousetu,” without whom I would not have been able to publish the second volume. I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I’ll be spreading more chuunibyou in the future, so please keep your eyes open for me.
I hope to see you again in the near future.