Suterareta Yuusha no Eiyuutan

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One day, Katsuragi Daichi and his classmates found themselves in a different world. The god who summoned them to another world divided its power and gave it to them, saying that it wanted Daichi and the rest to defeat the Demon King as heroes. However, Daichi alone was given no abilities. And sure enough, Daichi was thrown away and used as a decoy in a demon’s den. Eaten by a demon, Daichi had lost consciousness and thought he had passed away, though when he came to he noticed his statuses had skyrocketed. He had obtained『Revenge of the Resented』. Every time he died, his abnormal ability powered up.

Suterareta Yuusha no Eiyuutan average rating 3.6/5 - 123 user ratings
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The Epic Tale of the Forsaken Hero
捨てられた勇者の英雄譚
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
10/27/14 Translation Treasure Box v1-4v1-4
10/27/14 Translation Treasure Box v1-3v1-3
10/27/14 Translation Treasure Box v1-2v1-2
10/18/14 Translation Treasure Box v1-1v1-1
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Maleandar
Maleandar rated it
April 3, 2016
Status: --
Do NOT read volume 4 unless it is posted after 1-1-2016. Reason is Author scrapped Vol 4 and is re-writing it. It was that god awful. When Vol 4 will be released is unknown if at all.

Vol 1 is an Arifuerta clone....almost every thing in detail are the same in every way possible. Difference is MC here gains skills by dying, while in Arifuerta he gains them by eating monster meat. Everything else is the SAME. Vol 2 is where it starts to become it's own story more or... more>> less. Still entertaining, but again do not read vol 4, you WILL regret it. <<less
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Aevum
Aevum rated it
September 13, 2016
Status: v3c3
The story of this novel is alright, it's a bit similar to arifureta but more fast paced. Basically being betrayed by his classmates, getting a superpower, working his way for revenge, getting a harem in the process, yada yada.
The style of writing leaves a lot to be desired, but it's average. It's lacking a lot in descriptions and the conversations between the characters are shallow because of it(as well as the world building).

The main point that drags this novel down though, is the characters... They're so very bland and... more>> dull. Because everything is fast paced, there is absolutely no connection to any of the characters that have time to be built. I can't sympathise with them at all.

The character development is out of whack too, in a very short period of time(3 sentences) the heroine goes from being a complete stranger to 200% loving and would willingly die for him(just one obvious example). The author is really bad at portaying any characters feelings in a moderately realistic way.

"Grr they were mean to me, bullied me, caused my death. Now I will cause their death! Grr... look at me I'm all angsty and I deserve to have everything & everyone" it falls flat... (this is my own opinion of how it is portrayed like in my eyes).

A good example how to do it right would be Arifureta. The main character emotions were portayed really well and made you feel how traumatised he was while developing a mad desire for revenge & to never be shackled by others ever again. Basically you could understand and sympathise with the character.

Anyway I would rate this as a 5/10 but this is with stars, so putting it with 3/5 instead. <<less
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123jbster
123jbster rated it
June 26, 2016
Status: v4c15
I'll keep things simple, and with a comparison in addition.

Comparison first: If you liked Arifureta then you will most definitely like Suterareta. In fact, Volume 1 of both series feels nearly identical. Nearly being that they, of course, are not exactly the same.

For the review : The plot was well developed, it had a good pace (imo) the characters were... like-able? (They were well developed, but not necessarily like-able I guess.) The world, the characters, the plot, none of it felt rushed. Up until Volume 4.

As the others have said,... more>> and I am 100% in support of what they have said, Volume 4 was scrapped. For a good reason at that. So, while there is a Volume 4 translated do NOT read it unless you're willing to
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suffer excruciating amounts of heart-wrenching agony. Many situations of questioning why the author did this. Wondering what the hell happened to the pacing -- it speeds up more than just 'a lot'. And, lastly yet most definitely the most dissatisfying, you will likely suffer from mild depression if you loved one of the primary female protagonists. (Even more so if you think she is the better of the bunch.)

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Total score (Not including V4) 4.1/5
Total score (Including the "current V4") 2.9/5 <<less
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rdawv
rdawv rated it
April 6, 2016
Status: --
As of vol3. I read volume 4, but disregarded it after the author scrapped the entire volume to rewrite it. Just treat the existing volume 4 translated chapters of 2015 to be a "What if it's a BAD END" story.

As others have noted, the story bear a strong resemblance to Arifureta: an entire class transported by a goddess to a fantasy world to be heroes and fight monsters. The MC is bullied and gets no cheat powers, leading to his abandonment and quick death. He revived with inflated stats due... more>> to the blessings of another goddess who opposed the first, and he swore to have his revenge on those who had wronged him on Earth as well as on this new world...

It's pretty much a straightforward revenge story. Unlike Arifureta where the MC is distracted by side events, the MC Katsuragi Daichi is pretty much focused on having his epic revenge by enslavement and murder.

The harem in this story starts off contrived and we do not really get a clear cut explanation about to their true feelings as they were bound by his enslavement powers. There is love, idolization and jealousy bordering on obsession, loyalty bordering on fanaticism. The third volume fleshed out their feelings substantially, perhaps a little late for me. The change of the main female leads was a nice twist from other similar novels, though it gave me the impression that it was influenced by reader comments and not something planned by the author.

The revenge story itself could have ended in volume 3. The main antagonist is made out to be somewhat trivial at the end, leaving me with a sense of "What, that's it?". Readers will have to wait for the rewrite of volume 4 to see where the story goes from there on.

While others have enjoyed the story, I felt it offered nothing new and I did not enjoy Arifureta in the first place. Still, it is decently written and the first three volumes are paced quick enough to be read while idling. <<less
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makenai89
makenai89 rated it
November 15, 2015
Status: v4c15
Suterareta Yuusha started good and gets better, but then...got cut.
In the beginning, there were some similarities with Arifureta, but the plot development and character personalities took a different direction. The MC was not someone who could let go and forgive betrayal and bullying, so the revenge he took were bloody, lays the foundation for many potentially interesting plot. However, the author apparently failed to plan the plot despite having built such good foundations, so it lost focus after volume 3 ended and subsequently got halted after volume 4. Really... more>> unfortunate. <<less
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Virus3x
Virus3x rated it
November 23, 2016
Status: v3
I picked it up after Arifureta and I can say that is it basically identical for the first volume. I can say it is like teenage dream where nothing fits each other and it keeps going. MC is getting stronger by dying and suddenly starts to look different and behave different. The main problem is there is no consistency. MC died then resurrected and suddenly his victim syndrome is gone and he suddenly become somewhat intelligent.

Author didn't bother to introduce characters so it quickly dropped below average.
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One of the characters just suddenly show up and declare that she loves MC and want to help him murder her friends without blink of an eye.

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This novel is like an answer to all "reviews" of arifureta where they didn't like characters development after chapter 40. Here we have an answer to that and all we get is story that is pushed forward in the light speed where there is no development at all and everything is happening randomly.

Volume 3 is a moment where author noticed that none of the characters have any depth but failed at making them less boring. I literally can't remember single name of the character after reading three volumes. <<less
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BQDJ
BQDJ rated it
November 19, 2015
Status: --
The Epic Tale Of the Forsaken Hero is about a transported person and gets abandoned in a dungeon which gives him the power [Revenge of the Resented]. So when he dies, he powers up. You're going to say : pretty cheat like, so he's going to kill himself multiple times to lvl up in the first chapters ? No, he's still going to have a solid progression with occasionnal deaths. Why ? First, plot convenience and second, I suppose that dying hurts like hell. Let's not forget that his main... more>> goal is to slay his classmates so basically, he doesn't have to kill/tire himself too much because he's OP.

He also gains other abilities and you'll see that it's not a solo journey, he still gains companions and everything has a nice build up... Currently, as I'm writing this, the Volume 4 is going to be rewrited because the author didn't like the direction it was taking so he's going back on his tracks. That's a little weird but well... There are some dead moments during the novel, that's why I put a 4, the fights aren't that amazing but the harem building and the progression is pretty smooth. <<less
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Kraust Howzer
Kraust Howzer
November 26, 2015
Status: --
I won't vote a star review for now but I'll leave my opinion. There's a distinct look alike from the novel arifureta. But while the MC there clings to his sanity, the MC in this story is out for revenge and volume 2 and 3 is not here so I didn't read volume 4 yet since it's interesting.. will give a star once I have read all of the chapters.
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Zone Q11
Zone Q11 rated it
October 30, 2015
Status: --
It certainly has an unusual betrayal element, but... am I the only one who thinks it's getting boring after the fourth volume? Cuz then, it just feels... average.
Recommended for people who likes betrayal stories.
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