Chapter 3: A Great Victory and Defeat Due to the God of Poverty!
Chapter 4: Descent Upon School
Brief Summary of Chapter 3
Despite her best efforts to prove that she’s not the God of Poverty, misfortune follows Konoha wherever she goes. To prevent any more damage, they convinced her to soak in the springs. After all, there’s no possible way to “break” water…
Or so they thought.
Apparently, Konoha’s presence had a side effect on the bath waters, stealing away the gluttony of customers. That means… a quick way to earn money by marketing their “Diet Hot Spring”.
However, as you might imagine, should Konoha be that dreaded God of Poverty, there would be dire consequences. And there was. After taking care of the goddess when she collapsed from the heat, Koutarou couldn’t hold back the truth about how she’s being exploited. Enraged, the fox barged into the culprit’s room only to find… this.
The fat that their customers lost winded up in Grandpa, explaining the reason behind his new appearance. Well, it didn’t stop her from fixing the situation… and delivering heavenly punishment. He’s no longer a goat… but less.
Brief Summary of Chapter 4
A more dangerous development is brewing. In the previous chapter, only the family’s hot spring suffered the wrath of Konoha. Now… Koutarou’s school may be next.
Well, after they take care of a more pressing issue…
While Konoha’s getting a lesson about modern society, Koutarou got kidnapped by the Munakata Club and was framed, a picture taken of a kiss between him and the president.
It turns out that Kirika is another deity. She felt threatened by Konoha’s awakening and plans to reseal her. With that picture, they can weaken the goddess. Kohona had no idea what was going on and wandered back to school… slightly better prepared than before.
In her search for Koutarou, the two goddesses met. A fight was inevitable.
Making the first attack, Kirika sang her song. As a Goddess of Music, she’s horrible.
Twin-tail with a guitar… Where have I seen that before?
But with Konoha’s sensitive ears, it was more than enough. All that’s left is for Koutarou to seal her… and he refused. Instead, he smashed the device that would have ended her existence, thus giving Konoha enough time to recover and reverse the odds.
But the end of this problem just might be the start of a much bigger one…
In comparison to Kannagi, the series is much more focused on its resident goddess. While that may sound good at first, it also means there’s not as much time (or in this case, panels) spent on the other characters. It’ll be like Kannagi without Tsugumi (absolutely devastating) or Akiba-kun. On the bright side, the fanservice level rose. Mixed feelings for what lies ahead but I’m pretty content with the latest chapters. However, a little more Makoto coverage won’t hurt…