OmaeGotoki: Volume 3 Afterword

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The slow life’s dead(hello).

I’d like to extend a warm-hearted thank-you to you readers for picking up volume 3 of 「Omae Gotoki ga Maou ni Kateru to (etc).

My name is kiki, and I am the author.

So, did you all enjoy the ‘Necromancy arc’? There’s a lot of terminology in there that wasn’t in the web novel, not to mention a peppering of certain ominous foreshadowing. Who knows where it’ll go next? Even I’m curious.

Minakata Sunao-sensei’s comicalization is also proceeding quite nicely.

I was like, “Flum’s so cool! Milkit’s weak reactions are so cute! Ila’s surprisingly pretty! Dane’s really shifty-looking! Wait, who’s this!?” the whole time I was reading the second chapter.

To tell the truth, I’ve actually rewritten quite a bit of Episode 1 for the manga version. There’s going to be a few developments that aren’t in either the WN or the LN, and just seeing Minakata-sensei’s drawings of Flum and Milkit is pretty much the best of the best, so if you’ve got time you should check it out!

...And once again we’re at the part where I realize how hard afterwords are to write. I’ve got to burn some space somehow. It’s time for my last resort: Operation Make-The-Characters-Talk-With-The-Author.

Gadio “This is troublesome… An afterword, huh? I’m afraid I’m not very good at this sort of thing.”

Tia “But it’s thanks to this we have a chance to talk again, Ga-kun!”

Gaido “...I suppose you’re right. We’ll have to thank the author properly for giving us this time together. Thanks, kiki!”

Tia “Bye-bye, kiki!”

Jeez, this’s what happens when you force people to write this stuff…

Finally, I’d like to thank everyone who helped make this story into a book proper.

Thank you Kinta-sama for yet another round of great character designs. Not only the cover but the inserts are so full of emotion that I gave a fist-pump of joy every time you sent me one.

Thank you I-sama, my editor, for once again helping me when I needed it and putting up with yet another wordy volume. I honestly wouldn’t be able to do this without you.

And thank you everyone else in the publishing house for producing this book as wonderfully as you have.

Finally, I’d like to offer a thank-you from the bottom of my heart to all you readers.

Thank you very much.

Next time, I'm hoping to write the ‘Children arc’. Until then, farewell!

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