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Monster Musume Harem wo Tsukurou!
February 16, 2018
Status: c108
If you want a story where the MC finds monsters, trains them and make them evolve like pokemon into monster girls/wives, then this is for you! Although this might remind you of LLS, the main harem consists of his group of monsters instead of the other women around him.

As a bonus, the MC is not whimpy when it comes to problems that are hard to solve or when one of his girls suddenly want to spend the night with him. Thanks for that author.
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Isekai Shoukan wa Nidome Desu
July 13, 2018
Status: c49
Starts off seemingly like a normal fantasy harem story with an OP protagonist, but slowly seems like it will be a bit more serious than normal harem stories.
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Re:Zero Kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu (WN)
April 20, 2018
Status: v4c75
First things first: this is a really good and well-written story, at least in my opinion. BUT, if you hate tragedies, then don't read this.

The story is about a guy called Subaru Natsuki, who one day is suddenly transported to another world. Yes, it starts off like pretty much any isekai, but that's also where the similarities end (mostly). Instead of being like a game with stats with a harem that automatically pops up out of nowhere and where the MC gets a lot of help from some god, he... more>> has to figure out this new world by himself, with no magical or physical abilities whatsoever. Even as far as I am, he still does not have any ways to attack or defend himself, only his brain. The only ability he has (although I said he has none) is being able to resurrect to a certain spot at a certain time, referred to as savespots by Subaru himself. The problem is that he does not have any control over where and when they change, as they do throughout the story.

He also ends up dying a lot in the story. And by the way, those deaths are not just written like: "he was shot and then died", the author describes pretty much almost every single death from the first wound to the point where he is losing consciousness and dying, without excluding how much it hurts and what each wound looks like with great detail.

I must say that the uniqueness of the story and how it is written is what made me interested and dragged me into it. The first 3 arcs are pretty cringy, simply because the MC is plain stupid and does not realize how much of a pain in the ass he really is for the others around him. But once he does realize, and decides to start from zero (yes, almost title drop), the story becomes great.

All in all I love the story in general. I began watching the anime a while after it was done (anime ends almost at the same point in time as arc 3), and found myself loving the story the more I got into it.

In the end I also got to thank TranslationChicken for translating this story, with great quality translation done by hand. Thank you. <<less
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