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Yamcha
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Release that Witch
October 3, 2018
Status: c801
A novel with an almost opening of legends but then became average then halfassed and then very underwhelming.

Personally I really love (d) this story for the first 300 chapters (the Roxerer era for the connoisseurs) then started a decline in the author's work.

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1) The first signs of the zenith are throwaway characters. Mainly witches that magically appear to solve a conundrum and then magically disappear to not be mentioned ever again, happens rather often.

2) The following point was kingdom building, which was one of the main appeal points of RtW. The author confuses videogame logic with society rules, once a town is conquered only a minimal force is left but problems never arise again, no rebellions, no outbreaks, no anything. Like how in a videogame once a city is conquered that territory is conquered forever. Once the big project of development starts in the original town, which becomes a city by then, sees the incoming of thousands of immigrants but the protagonist never bothers to develop hospitals and textile industries, for all we know the witches work in mettalurgy, construction and the chemical industries and only 2 witches operate a very rudimentary hospital and a single witch that creates armor is responsible for thousands of soldiers. Eco-friendly development is not even a thought, in this industrial fantasy revolution manufacturing industries are greatly improved but Roland seems to forget how toxic are their waste.

3) The introduction of a wuxia suplot, the author seems to have finished the original ideas at this point, without a proper explanation, the mc's gains access to a dream world where he acquires magical powers!

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TL;DR Only the first 300 chapters are worth. <<less
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Yamcha
Yamcha rated it
Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu
August 4, 2017
Status: --
The epic story of a particular very ordinary japanese student in the other world.

Tsuki ga Michibiku is more about the world than its protagonist. Misumi Makoto, who for good or bad, personality wise stays basically the same, starts a domino effect that would change the world at its foundations..
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Yamcha
Yamcha rated it
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear
August 4, 2017
Status: c128
Warm and light-hearted story, the slice of life of an adventurer with the job of 'bear' in all its fluffiness and shenaningans.
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Yamcha
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Ore no Osananajimi wa Joshikousei de Yuusha
August 4, 2017
Status: c62
Yandere, female protagonist, hidden Boss, last Boss, evil Lord, Hero and even more important childhood friend. Don't let the premise deceive you, Yuuki is not the protagonist but the raison d'être of the novel and its twisted characters. The blessed ignorant.
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Yamcha
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Re:Monster
August 4, 2017
Status: --
Started really interesting but the author lost himself in his own fantasy. After vol. 5 the story becomes repetitive and self-satisfactory, every passing day is about how awesome is Rou and how no one can be at his level,
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Yamcha
This novel in few words: Redemption of the Piggy Duke.

The most hated by his peers, and the most loved character by the audience. A random Japanese guy fuses with our Piggy Duke, now with the knowledge of the future (from the anime) and the manoeuvers behind curtains (from the Piggy Duke) the ultimate protagonist is born: The White Piggy Duke.
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