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* Miia leaving herself completely vulnerable to Kimihito in chapter 2. Up until that point, her stripping down and acting like TheTease was played for laughs or fanservice, but this? This really hammered home that her feelings for him are genuine: she loves and trusts him with her very life. Kimihito is so amazed by this he has no idea how to react.
* Chapter 5 has the first time Kimihito and Centorea hold hands. Her expression is a combination of this and CrowningMomentOfFunny, simply because of how happy she looks.
* The bonus chapter in chapter 8 depicts the first signing event the author has ever done. Highlights include a huge line of fans waiting outside despite the cold, intense rain and fans coming all the way from Taiwan and Canada.
* Chapter 9: When Kimihito decides to [[spoiler:keep Suu]] and Miia and Centorea have a freakout, he tells them to think of her as a kid. Cue two sweet fantasy thought bubbles about them each having a family with Kimihito.
** Which quickly segues into a CrowningMomentOfFunny when Centorea once again finds herself conflicted over her emotions for her "master."
* Papi is normally childlike and irresponsible, but surprisingly she shows herself to have a strong motherly streak and being very good with children. This leads to Papi being the one who more or less "adopts" the even more childlike Suu -- giving her a name, playing with her and protecting her -- even when the other members of the household are still reluctant, angry or skeptical.
* Chapter 13:
** The reveal of how Kimihito caught his cold: [[spoiler:running out in the rain to escort a trapped Suu home.]]
** Suu [[spoiler: nursing Kimihito.]]
** Suu speaks for the first time:
-->'''Suu:''' Well, it was Suu's fault that you caught a cold...I should apologize as well. {Beat.} But Suu doesn't mind! Because she loves her master!
*** It crosses over into [[CrowningMomentOfFunny hilarity as the other girls immediately get jealous and demand to know what she's thinking, with Suu promptly lapsing back into mimicking their questions.]]
* Chapter 15: [[spoiler:The softening of [[SpiderPeople Rachnera]] [[BrokenBird Arachnera.]]]]
* Chapter 19:
** Kimihito and Miia almost...'''almost''' kiss for the first time. Mero kills the moment, but it's the thought that counts.
** Kimihito's [[spoiler:heart pendant gift for Miia]] at the end.
* Chapter 20 has a flashback where Ms. Smith is bending down to comfort young monster girls after rescuing them from traffickers. For someone who usually acts lazy and irresponsible, it's really touching.
* Chapter 21. Kimihito assures Centorea she is most definitely ''not'' worthless.
* Chapter 22: Other than Zombina's (which was CMOF), Kimihito's dates with MON are filled with this when they realize he's as nice and nonjudgmental as he appears. Manako's is particularly WAFF-y.
** Even Zombina's was very heartwarming, when she wasn't teasing him that is. One moment in particular was when he was sewing her hand back on after the stitching came lose and she compliments him on how he's so unfazed by her weirdness, saying that guys nowadays can't really handle gore all that well. Kimihito replies with:
-->'''Kimihito:''' If I saw a real dead body, I'd probably be grossed out, but... You're you, so... You're not a dead body, Zombina. So, it's okay.
* Chapter 24:
** Miia really shows how much she loves Kimihito. [[spoiler:First she saved Kimihito from being drowned by a love-crazed Mero. Then she tries to help him spit out the water, although in true Miia fashion [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength she accidentally hurts him]] in the process. Miia then realizes that all of their attempts to help Kimihito escape the dullahan only end up hurting him, so she resolves to stand her ground and fight off anyone who tries to harm him. When she gets wrapped up by Rachnera, who says the dullahan is trying to give Kimihito a MercyKill, Miia demands that she die too so she can at least be TogetherInDeath with him, even though she's clearly terrified of dying. Finally, when Kimihito tells her that he'll marry her if he survives, her first response isn't to celebrate, but concern that he's triggering a [[EventFlag Death Flag]].]]
** Rachnera also shows how strong her love for Kimihito is. [[spoiler:When the dullahan points out that Kimihito constantly suffers injuries by them, she decides that she'd rather let the dullahan give Kimihito a quick, painless death than force him to endure so much pain, in essence putting Kimihito's happiness before her own.]]
** Centorea's fantasy of becoming disgraced knight adventurers with Kimihito. While still a fantasy and quickly ruined by her master falling off the saddle and smashing his head against the pavement, it's a really sweet dream.
*** Another point for Centorea. When the Dullahan appears behind her, Centorea doesn't hesitate in staying to fight her while Mero gets Kimihito away from the Dullahan. [[spoiler: Keep in mind that, at this point, all of the girls are convinced that the Dullahan truly is the Grim Reaper and a deadly dangerous threat.]] It's obvious that she's willing to fight and possibly even die to keep him safe.

* Chapter 25:
** The market street vendors offering Kimihito and the girls all sorts of freebies and kind words. Before that, their efforts to hide all the poultry (Papi) and fish (Mero) from the girls to avoid offending them. It really speaks to the efforts of the program that regular folk would go to such lengths to respect a different culture--or rather, species.
** When Suu [[spoiler:hears Kimihito talking about how everyone eats so much, she tells him he doesn't need to get any food for her, as she can eat anything. Kimihito thanks her for the thought, but says everyone should eat the same food at the same table - they're family, after all.]]
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