Welcome to the cursed island of Shina Dark. This island is called home by the dark lord Exoda C. Claw aka Satan. He's as powerful a being as you could ever hope to meet. Feared and hated the world over for the infinite amount of atrocities he's committed. He's.....actually a really nice guy who just wants to chill out around the castle and relax... After a month long nap he awakens to find that the rest of the world has made up another ridiculous rumor and blown it way out of proportion and that has caused his little island to be crowded with a thousand beautiful women meant to be his mistresses/sacrifices. Worse yet is that since they have set foot on his island they are all believed to be cursed and are now shunned by their homelands. What's a couch potato Satan to do with 1000 women who won't / can't leave? Who can say?As the story progresses, Exoda attempts to do a little nation building in an attempt to get the women on the island interested a little more in their own lives and less depressed. Among the women sent to his island there is a princess from each of the two major empires surrounding his island. Not wanting anything to do with ruling a kingdom himself, he sets up the two princesses as the head of the new country. He then works, primarily, in the background to support the fledgling country through some of the problems it faces both from without and from within.Currently, the English translators have used "Satan" in place of "Maou" or "Demon Lord". While the translations tend to make more sense this way, from a western perspective, the use of "Satan" is more of a title than a nickname.
This work provides examples of:
Above the Influence: One thousand young women are dropped on Exoda's door step with every expectation of being used, abused and exploited as his slaves. Exoda's first response is to send them all home. When it becomes clear that's not an option, he accepts responsibility for their suffering and founds a representative government to secure their rights and freedoms.
Accidental Pervert: Satan is believed to be such a pervert that it is hard for him to not be mistaken for one.
Especially when a little girl crawls into his bed at the end of the first chapter.
A-Cup Angst: Noel. Frequently jealous of Galett and Christina.
Amazon Brigade: Considering most of his island's population is women, due to the below-mentioned Malicious Slander, and Galett training many of the women to be guards to better defend their new home from any one who threatens it, Exoda has a fairly large one and it is growing.
Angry Guard Dragon: The dragon guarding the lowest part of the vault is this only when someone not authorized comes in ... or when the contract ends and no one bought the extension or life-time policy.
Crouching Moron Hidden Bad Ass: Satan seems like a lazy bum who likes nothing more than relaxing and tries to avoid doing anything that even resembles hard work (running the country he created in what can only be described as his backyard). And he really is like that. But if someone actually forces him into doing something, they will quickly be reminded why the whole world pisses its pants before him.
Dude, Where's My Respect?: Seriously, he's an Immortal Demon King who could have killed the women and ravished the world if he wanted to. Instead he treats them with kindness and even creates a country for them. You think they would like build a shrine for him or something? Hell no!
He probably wouldn't want something like that anyway.
Ecchi: Lots of bath house shots of two main busty female protagonists.
The Empire: The Vansable Empire is conquering the world with extremely advanced technology.
Even Evil Has Standards: Satan actually has a LOT of standards, but he is downright pissed when he finds out he's expected to sleep with Maple, who is under 10 years old. He seems displeased about whats in the book about him as well, given that from the sounds of it, most of it may very well just be pure fiction.
Furo Scene: Nearly 1/2 of all chapters involve the one or both of the two main girls bathing in the castle's gigantic bathroom. Since it was originally Satan's personal bathroom, he gets caught there a lot.
Genius Ditz: Christina is terrible at everything she tries — except strategy, where she's unbeatable.
Jerk Ass: The so-called hero who comes to fight Exoda in chapter 1.
Les Yay: Invoked with Christina and Gallett. The preview asks whether they will become slaves to darkness (showing them separately in their Stripperific outfits) or a light in the darkness (showing their hands clasped).
Malicious Slander: Just how does Satan have this horrible reputation anyway, and why does it keep getting worse every time he goes for a long sleep?
The scapegoat effect. He's so legendary for being evil, people just pile of different things about him in new stories during his periods of being gone. Since he isn't around to refute them, and by the time new things are added to his "legend" the people who were around during his last reign are dead, the result is a sort of "George Washington and the Cherry Tree" taken to an extreme.
Mistaken for Servant: When Exoda is in his casual fishing clothes, it is hard to tell he is the "Satan". When one boy came to the island to kill him, Exoda was able to stay quiet and let the boy think Vincent is "Satan" as he ran off.
Modest Royalty: Discussed by the Layla sisters when Noel and company sell a valuable magical artifact to buy food for the inhabitants of Shina Dark, and then the Queen of Estgloria purchases it when her citizens are starving.
That's partially because what is a priceless artifact for the rest of the world is just another old piece of junk for Exoda, who acquired more treasures and magical items than he cares to list (including a Humongous Mecha and a sword that was Cursed with Awesome). Heck, the only reason they sold the crown was because it was less troublesome than going trough the trap filled maze and fighting off the dragon that guards the treasure.
Also noteworthy for being an actual harem of old (namely a king/ruler/lord/husband/sheikh and several lovers), and truly unwanted because he isn't annoyed by advances or anything, but just doesn't want to cope with 1000 women as love interests.