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I can live and be as perverted as I want? AWESOME! Just wait until I get even with that bastard Ren who murdered me!
The story follows the adventures of Ryusei Homura who has a life very similar to Hajime from Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest, but with a twist. After being murdered by his classmate, Ren, the ringleader of the entire class who tried to bully him to death for the "crime" of being in a Childhood Friend Romance with the girl Ren wanted to make his personal Sex Slave, instead of crawling out of a dungeon, Ryusei reincarnates into a Horny Devil Milla, The Demon King of Insanity. Unlike Hajime who eventually becomes indifferent to his former classmates, Milla keeps Ryusei's grudges alive and well and has no problems giving all his bullies a Cruel and Unusual Death when she meets them, especially since said classmates are leading a genocidal human supremacist army, deluding themselves into thinking they're heroes.

Living as I Please, As a Loli Demon King is an Original Web Novel written by Waxford. It is completed with 124 chapters. Hosted on Re:Library and Scribble Hub

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  • Beach Episode: A Breather Episode involves Milla taking her harem to the beach, and engage in typical beach hijinks.
  • Big Friendly Dog: Odin's pet wolf Fenrir (who is the size of a tank) acts this way towards Milla.
  • Black-and-Grey Morality: At first. The demons have good and bad among them, but the humans are run by the genocidal Church Of Human Supremacy. After the church is disbanded, the setting becomes Grey-and-Gray Morality.
  • Clap Your Hands If You Believe: The Church of Human Supremacy created their goddess through the "faith" of countless brainwashed, manipulated, and unwitting believers.
  • Dark Fantasy: In the first chapter, it looks like the standard High Fantasy, but that quickly falls apart when Ryusei is reincarnated into Milla and learns that it's the demons who are the "grey" in a world of Black-and-Gray Morality.
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  • Evil Is Not a Toy: All the arc antagonists, with rare exception, seek out to unleash a Sealed Evil in a Can, knowing full well that it will bring an end to the world but believing that they and they alone will be spared by the eldritch horror out of gratitude, guaranteeing their supremacy. Surprise! They're always the first victims of the evil being's rampage.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Even when it's not a case of fighting an eldritch horror out to end the world, Milla Walpurgis is still a Villain Protagonist fighting even worse people.
  • Evil Versus Oblivion: Milla is a villain protagonist, but most of her fights involve going against groups that seek to unleash some kind of eldritch horror that will end the world, thinking themselves somehow immune to the rampage and destruction they'll unleash.
  • Feminist Fantasy: While the women are a mix of good and bad, the men are mostly straight up vile rapists, with the very rare exception coming across as either asexual or far more interested in other matters, good or bad.
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  • Gender Bender: Milla used to be a male named Ryusei, but was reincarnated into a girl, twice!
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: While genuine gods and goddesses don't actually need prayer to live (although they do like being prayed to), artificial gods and goddesses, like the goddess of the Church of Human Supremacy, will cease to exist if they don't get constant prayers.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Which gets frequent lampshades. While Archbishop Frederic II proclaims that the human empire he lives in are under constant threat from demonic invasion, it is the humans, especially he and his Religion of Evil, that keep launching genocidal invasions into the demon's home country, and have summoned Ryusei's class to use as disposable high yield Tyke Bombs.
  • Kidnapped by the Call: None of Ryusei's class had any say in being summoned to the new world. While Ren happily jumped at the chance to be the in-universe Designated Hero, Ryusei himself wanted no part of it.
  • Light Is Not Good: The biggest source of light and "holy" magic is the genocidal Church of Human Supremacy.
  • Rape as Drama: The primary threat Milla has to face against her harem is entitled men seeking to rape one or more of them, and the Demon Lord of Savagery has an on-screen history of raping women of any and every single race that he can get his hands on.
  • Villain Protagonist: Antivillain flavor. Milla is the main character, and she is a Benevolent Boss who wants to live her life in peace, treasures her people, and genuinely loves her harem of lovely ladies, but she won't hesitate to engage in any atrocity she sees fit in order to ensure her vision of a peaceful life comes to pass.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: The Church of Human Supremacy de-facto rules the Olympia Empire that summons Ryusei's class to the new world by virtue of many Engineered Heroics. After said church's pope leads an expedition to unleash an eldritch horror in the name of its artificial goddess, this comes to an end as Empress Éclair Olympia – nicknamed often Claire by Milla, is able to send her troops to the now vacant halls of said church and expose their crimes to the masses, resulting in said church being completely disbanded and the religion outlawed.
  • We ARE Struggling Together: The first story arc involves the demon country trying to defend themselves against multiple genocidal human invasions, Ryusei's class being the most recent, and the demon tribes are still more focused on bickering and posturing, seeking to elevate their "pride" above all else. Milla rightly finds this infuriating.
  • Yuri Genre: Milla used to be a healthy heterosexual male teen, but was reincarnated into a 228-year-old lolita Horny Devil Harem Seeker that has no problem sexing up the lovely ladies of her harem at the drop of a hat.

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