Ended up with different Cheat Skills for this Chain, but took the Vassal Tribe as a group of moths that could proc statuses using pollen-like scales from within a thick fur coat as a not to 'mons like Spewpa, Butterfree, and the like.
Jumper was a low-tier monster based on a bat with a moonlight gimmick/aesthetic. The lot of them just flitted about the countryside being cute and fluffy until Jumper could spam Upgrade enough to get the vassals up to 'Mothman' huzzah for shameless monstergirl creation
then branched out to become a Prisim Hide Blood Moon Nosferatu, all while the locals wouldn't shut up about Jumper somehow being the next demon king or something.
While Jumper did actually found a kingdom initially comprised of monsters, things played out somewhere between discount slime tensei and MGE in terms of the long game. No plots of world domination or anything, just making a place where travelers could seek refuge and some monsters could lead a less harsh lifestyle.
The king of Clovenbrooke really didn't like the whole thing because of the alliance with the elves derailing pretty much any hopes of claiming their territory, but the ensuing battle against the heroes was totally worth getting to rub it in their faces in it afterward that Jumper was ruling by fair and just standards, especially for humans.>>67338391
For that sort of thing, the one in Elfin Lied is perhaps the funniest. Here the setting is, pretty much a modern, turn of the 2000s-ish Earth, and because of that drawback, you've now got a scaling organization that is somehow capable of keeping up with a Jumper even if they came fresh out of something like Overlord, Dragon Ball Super, or Medaka Box as Iihiko's successor - and they just arms race until they can hurt you, somehow...
Like, even if you've got impossible-to-understand tech, biology, state of existence, etc. they'll fuckin' do it.
Not even Nasu's human wanking can keep up with that kind of bullshit.