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8/22/2018 c3 evo123457
using his power should be instinctive , how else would ainz be able to do what he did?
10/15/2017 c4 Rosier1389
Please continue ? Pretty Please ? There isnt much stories with harem,sex,gore... i beg ya mate
6/6/2017 c4 Shin1gam1
3/31/2017 c4 TheOnlyKing
No offense but even Momonga was smarter and more ruthless than this Cain and he actually DEMANDED respect instead of telling his subjects to disrespect him by calling him Cain instead of Lord Cain. Also why the hell is he stuttering and getting all flustered when he is around his LOYAL female servants (who also happen to love him) instead of taking advantage? It seems to me that you went out of your way to make this guy a worse leader than Momonga by far. When I read the summary I imagined the main character was gonna be a great conqueror willing to go to any lengths for his goal of controlling the world but instead this happens...
3/21/2017 c4 Ultor
Great story love it very interesting premise can't wait to see what happens next please update soon
2/14/2017 c4 MasterOfDragonsGod
Nice Chapter.
2/14/2017 c3 MasterOfDragonsGod
Nice Chapter
2/14/2017 c2 MasterOfDragonsGod
Nice stats
2/14/2017 c1 MasterOfDragonsGod
2/14/2017 c4 4PervySageChuck
Not a bad chapter, although you really need to watch your homonyms and choose the correct word among them for the sentence that they are used in.

Example: There, they're and their. From the last sentence: "...tell these people they're safe now." is the correct homonym of those three words that all sound alike.

You also used the word "where" when you should have used the word, "were", which is not a homonym for "where". Homonyms for "where" include "wear" and "weir", although in some dialects, "weir" is pronounced a bit differently from "wear" and "where".

"Where" is an adverb or conjunction of location.

Were: 1. Second person singular and plural and first and third person plural past indicative of be.
2. Past subjunctive of be

You also show a lack of proper punctuation, especially in the needed commas and apostrophes that are missing.

May I suggest that you google "Chicago Manual of Style"? It is an excellent reference of English grammar and punctuation rules and was designed for non-fiction writing, but is nevertheless a fine source for the rules of grammar in English. There are a number of sites that will provide a free PDF download of the entire manual.
2/14/2017 c4 4Heavenian
Oh my you really need to watch your grammars. There are many differences between "you're " and "your", "there", "their" and "they're". They're not so difficult to understand, unless you're really bad with English.
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