Monster Girl Ranching in Another World

In a parallel realm, an ordinary Earthling, Zack "Kazz" Foreman is plunged into a fractured dimension of monstrous worlds, resulting from a cataclysmic event. Humanity stands on the edge of oblivion, manipulated by the sinister Demon King. The Center of Everything, where the King feasts on warriors' torment, once refuse Kazz entry. Stripped of his memories, he tries to regain them with the help of Hero, a strange voice in his head, resetting his own journey. On an uncanny mirror world of Earth, Kazz's humble life spirals from doping scandals to a surprising cave discovery riddled with demons. Fate intertwines him with Hero, a human deity from his past. Their partnership evolves from initial mistrust to form a formidable alliance. In "Monster Girl Ranching in Another World", Kazz takes under his wing an array of monster, and demon girls using the Ranching System, giving them enhancements and abilities. As Kazz ventures to ascend the ranks, controlling the Elements and unearthing his Shamanic powers become his resolute weapons against humanity's looming doom. This extraordinary journey illuminates hope within the darkest corners of existence.

Magic_ · Fantasy
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If She Builds It, I Will Fill It

After spending some time with Jilly feeding her, it was time to start the training or whatever I was trying to do. I didn't think that we would really need to do much other than average… training.

I also wasn't really sure what training even meant after my experience with Mex yesterday. So, I decided that the best thing to work on was a new place for us to stay, but I wasn't sure where I could put it or if Mex would even let me.

"What am I supposed to do now?" Jilly asked me with crossed arms.

"The same thing that you did in the canyon, but you will have to go over the wall to get the wood. I am going to get the girls and then ask Mex where we can build a place for all of us to stay. It's too small inside of the castle for you," I said, and Jilly looked at me strangely, but then she turned and bounded off over the wall.