I Used To Be A Boss of the Tower of Abyss,a ruthless demon boss who has grown bored of defeating weak human hunters constantly trying to slay him. However, some skilled warriors recently caught his interest, as Baphomet became fascinated by humanity through the remains of dead hunters. One day, a mighty hunter appeared and gave Baphomet a formidable fight like no other.
Intrigued by humans, Baphomet sought to experience life as one of them. By rebirthing himself as a human, Baphomet gained freedom to explore the outside world. Transitioning into his new form,Baphomet ventured out from his tower for the first time.
Wandering into a nearby village, Baphomet discovers a manga, a style of popular print cartoons and graphic novels. Becoming enthralled by these visual storytelling books, Baphomet’s curiosity about humanity intensified.
As Baphomet dove into more manga, he found relatable protagonists and complex villains which evoked empathy. Subsequently, Baphomet’s views on humans evolved from seeing them as merely entertainment or prey.
In time, Baphomet grew attached to some manga characters and their emotional struggles. He even cheered for a demon protagonist, empathizing with its challenges of finding purpose beyond causing chaos. This manga resonated with Baphomet, reminding him of his own past and reign over the abyss. However, Baphomet’s newfound humanity gave him a fresh outlook on life.
Through manga, Baphomet gained insight into human nature;their diverse personalities, experiences, and ability to change. His transformation into a human and discovery of manga ultimately altered Baphomet’s perception of humanity for the better. The evil boss of yore faded into memory. In its place, stood a more compassionate soul in an unexpected new form.