Striving For The Luxury Liner – Vol 2 Chapter 20

Here’s the chapter, enjoy~

Chapter 20 – Quiet Talk: Evaluation of Sailing in the Divine Realm and Treatment of the Creator God


“Wataru-kun comes to pray by chance, but is it wrong if I call him up?”

“No. The creator God himself has decided that we should not interfere too much in the lower realms. The last summons was also a special case. It would not be good for the other gods if we interfered too much.”

“But the God of war still complains to me. He said, as expected, it’s not fun to watch him because of his bad skills, so you, God of light, should tell these guys, too.”

“Yes, I think he has acted a little better since the last conversation, but what is it you don’t like? God of war, let’s talk about it.”

“It’s boring! He’s still only fighting horned rabbits and goblins, whereas, in the past, most of them would have made a splash in the adventurers’ guild or at least jumped up a rank or two!”

“It’s just as the God of war says. I don’t understand why you don’t give magic skills to people from other worlds. Seeing him working so hard every day to train in daily life magic, as a God of magic, I can’t help but feel pity for him.”

“That’s right; I think it is as the God of war and the God of magic said. And yet he’s just a young guy with a nice boat, making money by staying in his boat, which is boring.”

“I understand what you are saying, but it is up to Wataru-kun to decide how he wants to live his life in this world. How he lives his life in this world is his choice, not ours to interfere.”

“O God of light, we know that; you don’t need to tell us that. What we are not happy about is the fact that the creator God gave a valuable otherworldly person a stupid skill at his own idea.”

“I agree. The otherworlder has been working hard since he talked to the creator God. As a God of entertainment, it’s not that I’m not happy with the meager work he chooses to do, but he can’t fight, so I guess it’s inevitable, right? It was funny when he really wished a clairvoyant skill to God, so it’s too bad because I think it would have been more interesting if the creator God would think about it properly before giving him the skill.”

“As a God of magic, I can’t help but wonder how an otherworldly person can’t use a single offensive spell.”

“Umu, as a God of war, I can only question the fact that he has not given martial arts and physical strengthening related skills to a weak otherworldly person who was originally only an amateur, and yet a ship summoning skill? Just die already!!”

“What do you think about that, creator God?”

“You guys are talking all you want in front of the creator God. I’ve told you many times, ship summoning is a great skill. If you earn enough money to buy a big ship, you could have a country by yourself. It’s a great skill, it’s just the beginning, and you, God of war, you’re the one who’s going to die!”

“Even if you say he’s just getting started, won’t he just end up making money, buying a luxury cruise ship, and shutting himself away? As the God of entertainment, a luxury cruise ship sounds like a lot of fun, but I don’t think he’ll ever think about building a country.”

“Don’t worry, he bought some slaves, and they have their own wishes and desires. They’ll pull him along. Wataru-kun is weak against girls; he can’t stay cooped up.”

“Right, are those slaves with their convenient wishes your work, creator God?”

“Eh? N-no, I didn’t do anything like that.”

“From your reaction, you’re definitely messing with it. God of light, what’s going on here?”

“I didn’t know that either. Creator God, can you answer me?”

“Eh? You didn’t approve of it, did you? Why am I supposed to have interfered? I didn’t do it, you know.”

“I don’t want to hear your excuses. Why did you do it?”

“Don’t judge me; I’m the…”

“Creator God!”

“Yes, I did it… It’s because everyone complains so much, and I thought if I didn’t do it, they would say it was boring again.”

“Is such a reason why you reduced people to slavery?”

“No, I didn’t do anything to Ines, and I only stopped Felicia from being moved to a slave trading house in the royal capital. They were originally slaves. I didn’t do much to them.”

“The problem is that the creator God interfered, even if it was only a small intervention. You should be ashamed of yourself.”

“Yes, I am sorry.”

“But are these otherworldly people a good stimulus to this world?”

“Well, I don’t know. Oh, but the God of gastronomy is pleased that kelp broth and chicken broth have spread, albeit slightly, to the southern city.”

“How plain it is.”

“But the God of gastronomy seems to be expecting a food revolution in this world if the otherworlder buys a luxury cruise ship and the food, desserts, and alcohol served in those restaurants spread.”

“I, too, might be satisfied as a God of entertainment if the games, movies, casinos, and other amusements that can be created on a luxury cruise ship were to spread.”

“Maybe so. I don’t know if I can expect much in the way of fighting at the moment, but if good wine spreads, then I can have some fun. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.”

“Is that so? I think we should just get on with it and give him some skills, whether they’re magical or martial arts skills.”

“Well, the God of magic has a point, but if we think about it, that otherworldly person prays in church and thinks everyone is happy because he is not called to the divine realm. It would be a pity if we suddenly gave him skills because he’s so boring.”

“Well, I guess it’ll be a little better if he buys a luxury cruise ship from the pepper trade. Let’s see how it goes for a while.”

“Yes, the creator God said that he would be successful later. We’ll see how it goes, and if it doesn’t work out, we’ll give him what he needs.”

“God of light, we’re coming back, so give the creator God a good scolding.”

“I understand, but you mustn’t provoke the creator God too much.”

“We are not provoking him, but we are telling him the truth.”

“I understand what you are saying, but if the creator God does something, it will be my burden, so please don’t provoke him too much.”

“Yeah, all right. I’ll see you later.”

“Yes, I’ll see you later.”

“Now, as a punishment, the creator God will work without rest for the time being, starting today.”

“Eh, I am the creator…”

“The answer is yes. Do you understand?”



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