Awesome. Sorry because I was busy in real life but anyways, I think there's there's more than that in this new chapter here:
Excelis's dilemma continues when even the retiring governor said no to her development project proposal. Her reason of her development plan? Salabria is suffering the overpopulation problem and she needs to curb it with that project, although this ironically makes her not too different than Feuillet. Also, said retiree is also one of few people who did not discriminate the vampires due to his experience in witnessing Hybride's crisis 50 years ago. Why, he actually urging Excelis to visit Solum to see the truth herself.
Speaking of Solum, the argument between bakery owner and housewives are getting intense with the latter rioting over the bread's price despite the former try to tell them that he had not choice. Fortunately, Hiroto comes here to pacify the situation by having some talks: he will likely gonna lend some money to the bakery owner while having the housewives to help out. Sorceire also helping out by having Neka to fund Solum for a year but keep in mind that this solution is only temporary...
Hiroto and others are still wondering who sabotaged the wheat price to even begin with. While this is going on, Hiroto recalls that the upcoming election is coming in 4 days and thinking that he is unlikely going to vote for Feuillet, considering his plans to ruin his rise from chapters ago. He then asks Alvy for help, though the latter said that even the elves are unlikely going to help Solum. This marks the beginning of Hiroto's rivalry with Feuillet and Excelis...
From the way I see it, this chapter is only a prelude to the Election Arc because not only the wheat price thing is being manipulated by the obvious perpetrator, we still have Excelis whose "good intentions" isn't not even considered pragmatic.
Really? Already? Well whichever the case, Hiroto has 2 rivals to worry about and Solum's woes about the wheat prices is more than just a mere coincidence. As you said, Excelis's visit Solum will be an eye opener for if she visit the town and see the truth herself.
Come to think of it, is Soichiro is the only one who somewhat realize Secondaria's grudge against Hiroto?!
Hi. Since you have read further into the series then I have. I was wondering about the relationship between Mimia and Valkyria.
I know they both obviously love Hiroto (especially given the fact that Valkyria kisses Hiroto passionately).
But what do they think of each other? Do they consider themselves love rivals for Hiroto's affections? Or do they think of each other as good friends?
Some of the Light Novel illustrations give some examples of what they seem to think of each other, but its not a totally clear picture.
So I thought I would ask you based on what you have read from the LNs.
Also one other thing minor thing I noticed-
I noticed that Zalia is literally a female version or female copy of Soichiro.
As the only noticeable differences in appearance between the two characters is that Zalia has far more feminine facial features, elf ears, and a very buxom figure. Otherwise they are copies of each other.
So I am wondering...is Zalia the other worlds version of Soichiro?
Like how some characters in fiction tend to have parallel versions of themselves in different universes or worlds that can also be a different gender then the original mainstream character.
Well, regarding the relationship between Mimia and Valkyria, it would more like the combinaton of the both love rivals and also good friend. As the LN progresses to this point, they becomes prominent allies to Hiroto in the latter stories. Maybe because of they are in a similar situation where their species are discriminated by humans?
In regards of Zalia, appearance wise she seems looks like a female (and leven) version of Soichiro without his elves fetish thing as well as her unweavered loyalty to Urseus.
This is a very good question, since I hope that an anime based on this series will be adapted despite the chances of that itself is slim, which hopefully make people turn their attention to the series as a whole. Here are my personal speculations:
In regards of anime adaptations based on which, I personally think that the Light Novel will be adapted for the series. since it is originally written in the first format after all. The story arc should focuses on the bizarre adventures of Hiroto, with his route to be the next Salabria's next State Sheriff as (at least) Season 1 plot.
As for the others media such as visual novel or even drama CD? Well,
The visual novel could be possible considering Kagami's vast experience as writer for some eroge companies, most of them involving high levels of ecchiness, with the likes of High School DxD. This may be his first (somewhat) rated C visual novel in his entire career. The only thing questionable is the ending of the said visual novel: either will be following the main story or even split into different ending with each girls, just like any ordinary Visual Novel.
As for Drama CD, the story for the media is rather random; it may comprises with either the compilations from Gaiden Series, some stories from the main arcs, or the original that would be linked to the said main arc in an unforeseeable future. Which one of these three will ever goes for the plot? I dunno, but only Kagami can give such answer...
As for the would be seiyu for the would be anime, here is my personal list of this