The storyline has me intrigued and I like the three main characters. Loki in particular is a very cool character (his character design is beautiful). There's definitely a budding love triangle introduced here, with the male points having an interesting dynamic going on between them. It's Loki, the devoted servant at a physical optimum, versus Caesar, the prince with a bitter tongue who thinks of himself as weak. I don't have a firm grasp on Caesar yet because he hides behind a facade most of the time. I look forward to learning more about him and his relationship with his brother. The biggest mystery is Nakaba. There are a few flashbacks to her past but there is definitely much more info to come about her and her abilities (which even she has little understanding of currently, but I think Loki knows...).
I like the different races and politics that have been introduced in this volume. The fantasy element is of the kind that I'm really into at the moment.
The art style is cute, it reminds me a bit of MagicalxMiracle.