Satou has gathered three rings, but he's still got two more to go! He's off to the Land of Water to marry its princess, Saphir! But when he arrives, he finds that the city's in trouble, and Saphir needs his help...
Satou and his best friend, Hime, have been together for as long as he can remember. So when she tells him she's going back to her home world to get married, his first thought is to follow her and crash her wedding. All goes according to plan, and with a kiss from Hime herself, Satou becomes the new groom! But unbeknownst to Satou, the man who marries Hime is destined to be a hero of immense power and save the world! Is Satou up for the challenge, or is this just too much responsibility for one high schooler to handle?!
Sato followed his childhood friend to another world in order to marry her and became King of the Ring. But in order to save the world, he'll have to marry four other princesses?! Can Sato handle marrying a second wife? /pre
Ring King Satou is off to the Land of Fire to find his third bride, but she's an incredibly strong warrior who won't marry anyone weaker than she is. In order to obtain the Ring of Fire, Satou will have to step into the arena and best this powerful princess! Determined to make Hime swoon with a demonstration of his combat prowess, Satou insists on fighting without the power of the rings. But with so little time to practice, can Satou really achieve victory?
In the first real test of the campaign, Yamaoka positions himself for success, making a dramatic case to the nation from the steps of the Capitol -- but his rival's pulpit is already in the White House!