The Strategist Knows Everything

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Kurei Yukito made a wish on the verge of dying. In his next life, he would like to become someone who can understand other people.

However, the next time Yukito woke up, he had been reincarnated to a different world in the midst of war. Moreover, he was granted a cheat skill as a result of misunderstanding his last wish.

He was picked up by the rebel Prince, worked as the go-between of messengers from other countries and did his best to talk to them despite his poor social skills. Yukito desperately lived in this different world in order to accomplish his dying wish.

Nevertheless.

In this world where wars are common, hints of war gradually crept up to Yukito…

The Strategist Knows Everything average rating 3.8/5 - 132 user ratings
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Gunshi wa Nandemo Shitteiru
軍師は何でも知っている
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08/12/17 TryTranslations v2c2 part2v2c2 part2
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04/21/17 TryTranslations v2c1 part1v2c1 part1
03/28/17 TryTranslations v1 epiloguev1 epilogue
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02/06/17 TryTranslations v1c3 part5v1c3 part5
01/29/17 TryTranslations v1c3 specialv1c3 special
01/22/17 TryTranslations v1c3 part4v1c3 part4
12/24/16 TryTranslations v1c3 part3v1c3 part3
11/13/16 TryTranslations v1c3 part2v1c3 part2
10/21/16 TryTranslations v1c3 part1v1c3 part1
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kaizerchuuni
New kaizerchuuni rated it
August 13, 2017
Status: v1c2 part6
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The protagonist loves to read history books, a loner, and is killed (stabby stabby stab in the kokoro) by his best friend for some unknown reason. He dies and wished to have the ability to understand people more in his next life. Miraculously, he is safely transported to another world with the almighty appraisal skill. A rebel prince found him and accepts him as his aide just after a few seconds in the novel without having known his personal background nor his abilities, just for plot's sake. He is then made a strategist just because he managed to befriend an OP mahou bishoujo from a neighboring country. He then confronts the spineless bishoujo commander of the enemy army which also happens to be the rebel prince's sister who's father wants to f**k her so badly but instead of resisting, she even wants to capture her brother who wants to help her. I cannot fathom any briliant strategy orchestrated by the MC, I can't even call what he does as strategy. Everything just seems so wrong... Maybe the title should've just been "the MC knows stuff"...

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ninthlite
ninthlite rated it
June 30, 2016
Status: --
The start is really weird. The MC is sent to another world and meets a noble. Suddenly the MC is swearing eternal loyalty to the guy he just met and becomes his advisory. It is really weird for the MC to suddenly be a nobleman's adviser, and even weirder he is so freaking loyal to a person he just met. The author just ignored any realism with this and just forced the story. Which is not a pleasant reading experience.

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DDark
DDark rated it
May 21, 2016
Status: --
I am not sure what to think right now. The relationships and kingdoms are alright. But, there are a lot of unanswered questions, and the author seems to just skip and suddenly all the relationships are progressed, the prince appoints the MC as adviser for no reason and so on. First mini-arc is focused on maiden and her dilemmas and the smooth talking MC makes it all better. The second mini-arc is the prince wants to overthrow the king to protect his sister, the sister:princess also hates the king, she... more>> became an enemy. But now due to their positions the prince and the princess are waging war against each other, and by the look of things the victor will be the prince and most probably the they will come to a compromise and clear everything and all will be well. But, I simply cannot stand that, they simply throwing away the lives of the soldiers because of their pettiness, the people besides the ones the author elaborates on hold no value. I simply cannot stand that, and because of that I hate the characters. And using people like fodder for character building is something I simply refuse to accept. Its a matter of principle. Also, I quite sick of 16 and 17 year old's everywhere (both females are around the same age and both are super OP apparently and super famous, and then there is one more minor female around the same age).

Also, if you want a novel that's well written, characters make logical sense, mature in its execution and people's lives are not fodder read: Rakuin no Monshou

Edit: I was a bit harsh, and the entirety of this review is my subjective feelings. Unless you are of similar mentality, go ahead and give it a try. So don't let my words discourage you, give it a read. You may like it more than I.

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Yoshiro
Yoshiro rated it
May 22, 2016
Status: v1b2c2
Being the current translator (as of 220516), so I might be biased in my review. So just take it with a pinch of salt.

It's a not so much of an action-based other-world-teleportation novel. Yep, you have war, but your character uses his brain more and information that he can acquire (his cheat basically.) Actions will be mainly on his partners than him.

Next, the web novel doesn't clarifies most of the gaps in between the stories but only in the LN, which I do not plan to translate as... more>> I don't see why I should start doing something when I am already having trouble keeping up with the main web novel. I don't usually dig too deep into the story, so I have no problems with this too.
Another thing, this is without doubt a harem tag, so those people who dislikes them, yeah please refrain too.

Other than that, you should like this story. I mean it's one of the few story where your usual char is a non-combat personnel but he still gets the girls. So Yeah! That's enough to get a 5 out of 5 for me.

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estelionsharluluasheelvinchancecelenalia
To be frank... a not very good story with very little thought put into certain aspects of it.

At some points seems to blindly throw in tropes with little to no consideration regarding how to work it in believably. At times things seem to happen simply because the author felt it was cool (and thus the story sometimes make logical leaps).

You know how sometimes you get those r*tarded Japanese authors who just assume "no killing = good" and hamfist in reasons why the protagonist won't kill with zero thought... more>> put into the REASONS WHY killing might be good or bad?
You know how sometimes you get those r*tarded Japanese authors who just assume "modern things = mindblowing and superior" and just randomly throw in these inventions or social concepts that seem to work miracles without thinking about WHY THEY WORK or HOW THEY WORK and make their character a w*nky modern knowledge cheater?

Imagine that trait cranked up to ten in an author trying to write a badass fantasy strategist harem novel, and who would have perhaps otherwise have succeeded.

I'd give it a 2. 5 out of 5 on my "light entertainment" list, where Twilight is a 3/5. It's definitely below par, even compared to your average junk food novels. Having said that though, it's far from absolute garbage and does have some redeeming traits. It's just a shame that those redeeming traits are far too small compared to all the failures of this novel. <<less
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keristerzt
keristerzt rated it
January 27, 2017
Status: v1b3c4
This is a really good novel to read especially for those who likes smart MC which utilized his head rather than brute force.
Spoiler for kids:... more>>
Spoiler

1. Don't read it if you see missing details regarding relationship or whatnot.

2. If you dissatisfied with those details, go ahead and write a story yourself.

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The story is a bit progressed which skip the relationship between the MC and his lord, also why did he swore loyalty to him, why did he reincarnated and for what purposed, also suddenly we see our MC in a civil war sided with the rebellion Prince - only chapters will tell.
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Regarding the story I have read, the lord or his retainers saved him thus he returned the favor by serving the lord. This is somehow understandable but lots people don't have brain.

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The hyped of this story is that our MC always entangle with danger situation and find solution in those time while his combat capability is very low - untrained, no combat cheat - and his only ability is in analysis which put the right people at the right spot and time, utilizing their potential to the utmost.

I gave this novel 5 stars caused of good story telling, quick pace progressing, fun conservation among characters, and mostly the anticipating of further chapters.

I recommended this novel for everyone who want a good smart MC, strategy theme, and war related topic.

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MondoX
MondoX rated it
April 20, 2016
Status: --
As of chapter 6, the story is still building up, but it is interesting. The MC's cheat is more like a having high charisma points, because I still have not read the MC using a lot of strategy. It would be nice if there were more than two updates a month, but beggars can not be choosers.

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