Akira Wato, who had a slip of tongue abroad, caused a foreigner’s wrath and unfortunately hit his head and died.... more>>
The word was “fight”, although it was form of encouragement stemming from good intentions. (In japanese)
The goddess, who was sorry he died, decided to have him reincarnated in another world.
Lamenting on the language barrier that caused his death, Akira receives one ability from the goddess.
That’s “understanding all languages”!
Fortunately, Akira is reincarnated as a nobleman, the third son, Jed Clifford.
One day Jed notices a voice.
It ’s not a human voice but the voices of animals.
Jed, who can talk to joyful animals and even monsters such as goblins and orcs, is involved in every problem.
“Damn! I understand human words!”
“Me too! Did we become more intelligent?”
“Hee yeah! We’re goblin kings, right!?”
Such a slapstick comedy.
A games and anime otaku, Kubinashi Munesuke dies from getting hit by a truck, his head severed from the impact. As he accepts his tragic end, he realizes he is in the forest using a full body armor.... more>>
And when he peeks into the lake, he notices.
“Haa!? Head, why I don’t have a head!?”
He doesn’t have a head.
Munesuke is born again as Dullahan, but he doesn’t have his head anywhere. Attaching a helmet he picks up as a substitute of his head, he calls himself Duke. Living as an adventurer in the capital, he tries to learn about this world and find his head.
It’s so noisy nowaday because of the friendly fire magician and the self-proclaimed saint.
“Well, you call yourself saint every day, but you can’t do purification, what a regrettable saint you are.”
“Wait a minute! If you say that much, I will show you the power of saint! This’s great, there is an evil presence here, I will prove it by erasing it without a trace.”