The game starts in the same year as the original did, but with a twist. Thirty years prior to this, the Great Disaster occurred. This consisted of a number of strange and world-shaking events, the most notable being the disappearance of the Goddess Ilias. Needless to say, the entire world monster and human alike was stunned by this. Since then, monsters and humans have mostly decided to get along - a major departure from the original game.
Monster Girl Quest: Paradox - All The Tropes
You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Monster Girl Quest also known as Monmusu Quest! The story follows the journey of Luka, a boy who believes in the possibility of coexistence between humans and monsters. Meanwhile, the goddess of Luka and the rest of their world, Ilias, commands her worshipers to slay the lord of the monsters and monster girls. Luka, contrary to his goddess' commands, wishes for there to be peace as that the monster girls and humans have been in constant on and off again through wars for a thousand years. Thanks to a certain chain of events, Luka meets Alice, a lamia monster girl who decides to join Luka in his quest where, at the end, they both aim to bring coexistence to the monster world.
Monster Girl Quest: Paradox
Like its predecessor, there are a planned total of three parts. Here is the list of additions that the English patch has. Here is the Japanese wiki. Monmusu Quest!
This guide covers both the main storyline and side quests of Monster Girl Quest: Paradox , up to the end of part 2. Start by reading the diary and deciding if you want to add an entry to it. It doesn't seem to affect anything as of now, but it might in part 3. Exit the house or check the barrels for loot first.