Book 1: Optimizing Evil
Mika is going to force his world to be more efficient, whether it wants it or not.
If he’s going to start with evil, that’s only because the good guys are dicks.
Book 2: Optimizing Acceptance
Just because orcs and big and scary and usually evil, the people of Yadis’s village drive out her and her orc, adopted brother. Is there any place in the world that will accept the two siblings?
Book 3: Optimizing Swordplay
Paka wants to be a swordsman so he can protect his sister, Yadis. That means he needs to convince either orcs or humans to teach him to fight. Since he’s not sure whether he’s an orc or a human, that gets complicated.
Book 4: Optimizing Profit
To save his new family, Mika must start a war between the elves and the dwarves. He might as well make some money at the same time.
Book 5: Optimizing Family
Yadis has a new family. It’s a messed up family, but she’s going to fight to keep it. Even if she has to travel to Demonia.
Book 6: Optimizing Moving
Paka isn’t sure who he is, what he is, or where he belongs. So long as he keeps his family safe, he doesn’t care about anything else.
Book 7: Optimizing Royalty
Mika is going to make his brother king of Demonia, no matter what it takes and no matter who might object. Keeping his family safe at the same time might be the difficult part.