Written by the Japanese author Ayamegumu and featuring art by Hiro Ainana and Shri, Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody continues with volume eleven. It is published by Fujimi Shobo in Japan and by Yen Press in the United States.
Satou is knighted for his efforts in saving the Muno Barony, becoming Sir Satou Pendragon officially. Now a noble, he makes plans with his team including lizard woman Liza, cat girl Tama, dog girl Pochi, fallen princess Arisa, former slave Lulu, and homunculus Nana to return the Elf Princess Mia to her home. After a heartfelt goodbye, they set off, saying goodbye to their new allies. As they travel, they make a stop at a Dwarf colony where Satou learns some new skills.
This volume contains mainly a side story as Satou continues his quest. While I do enjoy watching him as he and his squad travel and learn new things, I am ready for Mia to find her way home. It was the reason that the group set off to begin with. It has been several volumes since they left Seiryuu and I am curious about what is happening with Zena as well as the other characters he met there. I am still enjoying the world-building and the magic that is happening within the story, but I am ready for the next phase.
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