The Demon King Seems to Conquer the World 17 (Self Edited) – Utility

Another chapter of The Demon King is out!

TLN:

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6 thoughts on “The Demon King Seems to Conquer the World 17 (Self Edited) – Utility

  1. lar

    Thx for the chapter!
    At first tough the demon king would be the enemy, but maybe he is going to become it?
    It seems not many read it but i am enyoing plentifull

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  2. Halmista

    Holy cow! He just introduced vaccination in a medieval-kind world at the age of 10. And I just love how his father just went with his words. He completely obeyed after getting his questions answered. His full trust towards Yuri is heartwarming. I want to see the reactions of everyone once they learn about Yuri’s accomplishments.

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  3. OneTrueGriffith

    Unrealistic nonsense. Just because it’s a low fantasy setting doesn’t mean a story is devoid of reality, especially the reality of the world’s own rules. In a world where women aren’t taught shougi, and even the head of a house’s daughter isn’t given books, a small boy can just say anything and be treated amicably without tension, confusion or fear?

    This world is hollow and the writer has failed to make a living, breathing world. Typical isekai fanfic trash. “Look at me, I’m introducing algebra and telling you the earth revolves around the sun, and curing plague… all out in the open with no consequence!” Galileo was imprisoned by the POPE for talking about the sun. LOL. Get real with this Mary Stu garbage.

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    1. bayabusco Post author

      I’m not sure how did you miss it. The daughter had been taught by the mother, who studied in the school of Liberal Arts, before she met Yuri. Realistically speaking, there should be a lot of books in their house.

      If you say about Galileo being prisoned because he was spreading his knowledge, there is still loophole where the boy wouldn’t face consequences. What if the 9yo girl he taught never told anyone what she had learned (remember, Yuri never taught anyone except Syamu). Even if she told anyone, people wouldn’t take her seriously.

      In this world, they play togi or Chinese chess rather than shougi. It is popular for all ages in this world. So, I’m not sure where did you get the notion children in this novel didn’t learn to play togi.

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