Something big is coming. What could it be? What could it be I hear many of you screaming at me with growing anxiety as to when Chronicles of Eden – Act IX will be released. Well I’ve got big news coming. A whole bunch of exciting things are about to go down at once, and it’s totally going to blow your mind.
But it’s not quite ready at the moment to say, so just wait a little longer for that part. But for now there’s a topic that I want to ask you all first about the story.
Chronicles of Eden is at the heart a harem story, with one lucky (really lucky) guy and a plethora of girls that all want a piece of him. And yes, the girls do develop a romantic bond with one another and they all become one big happy family. Everyone wins, right? It’s perfect the way it is, so there’s no need to change anything, right? Maybe. Maybe not. According to email and comments I’ve received about the girls who all want to be Daniel’s mates there’s a difference of opinion.
Here’s the official shot of Daniel and all the girls who join his harem. Girls that fall for him, girls that he falls for, girls that fall for each other, and after everyone’s fallen over multiple times for one another they tend to get it on as most romantic partners do in adult rated media. For those of you counting that’s 12 (13 if you count Triska’s inner demon, Kitten) girls who become a part of this family. So, what strikes you as odd about this, you wonder?
If this were a realistic story, which it’s not because of magic, monsters, and general stretching-of-reality for the sake of the story, there would be a big difference in the way it would play out. Daniel would likely be dead from exhaustion of getting busy with so many girls. Let’s be honest, anyone would be. But this isn’t reality, it’s fantasy. It’s made for entertainment, for adventure and drama, for readers to see horny monstergirls doing what horny monstergirls do best. So things are obviously different in this story as opposed to one grounded in fact and reality, mostly as a means of appealing to the readers who want to see a bunch of cute girls chasing after one lucky bastard.
Having said that there are some stark contrasts to some comments made about this large family. Some readers want Daniel to get it on with more girls, to see more varieties of monstergirls and him doing the horizontal tango and the vertical cha-cha-cha with them. More monstergirls is never a bad thing to some. Other readers are saying the number of mates is perfect the way it is, and are hoping the status quo won’t change in the future. A varied amount of girls with different personalities and dynamics with one another, it’s perfect so leave it alone they say. And there are some that say he has too many mates, that most harem stories of this genre don’t have the hero collecting so many beautiful lovers like this.
Let me just put in this in case you didn’t see it listed with the group shot above. This is the complete harem that Daniel has in the series. At this moment I have no plans to incorporate more lovers into his family. That’s not to say friends can’t be made still, but these are the only girls that are going to love him and vice versa. This is what was planned to be given to him, with each girl bringing something to the table and appealing to the various tropes that certain readers like to see. The number was chosen for a reason that will be revealed later on in the series, there is a purpose planned for all of them.
So with that in mind, what do you all out there really think? Is Daniel’s family perfect the way it is? Should he take on more mates and extend his loving heart and nature to other monstergirls that desire and could benefit from it? Or should some of these girls take a hike and let the guy get some rest as he’s likely being killed by snu-snu at this point? Any thoughts about the matter? And while we’re on the subject, which girl is your favorite? Which is your least favorite? I’m curious to know who readers claim to be the true queen of this harem.