Black Haired King

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“If so, then I will prove to everyone that even someone with black hair can be strong!”

Redius, born with black hair in a world where magical power could be determined from one’s hair colour. Incompetent just because of the colour of his hair, treated and tormented like a taboo child, got betrayed by some adventurers who he had come to know and was left on the verge of death. He was then saved by an adventurer who would soon become his mentor.

Training under his mentor, participating in the war, getting strong all the while meeting different people, this is the story of a young man’s hardships to change the world’s sense of values.

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Kurokami no Ou ~ Mahou no Tsukaenai Makenshi no Nariagari
The Black Haired King ~The Rise of a Magical Swordsman Who Cannot Use Magic~
黒髪の王〜魔法の使えない魔剣士の成り上がり〜
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Aho555
Aho555 rated it
February 6, 2018
Status: c11
There's too few chapters and each are too short to really judge but.... so far it's below average. The story flows well, the dialogue is natural and there are brief heartfelt moments, but it's shallow on details and feels like the author races through things too much, so it's not enough to have an impact. It feels more like a summary of the typical average quality web novels, with the unnecessary/poor bits taken out.
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General Tanya
General Tanya rated it
June 19, 2018
Status: --
Novel is decent I guess. Easy to read and understand. But I don't really like the concept. Author is kinda overdoing it with the black hair nonsense. Having black hair means no element and is taboo. That I get, but what's with all the over the top reactions from others about it? Contempt and despise I get, but all the mistreatment and avoidance is just stupid. Is not like the black hair has diseases or were demons that slaughter others in the past. There aren't even any great infamy about... more>> them or that the hair make them super ugly or anything. All it represent is that they are weak and is just a color. But author keep mentioning in every chapter how much injustice a black hair kid is getting. Overreacting if you ask me. If I was a passerby I would just ignore him, but all the people is keeping a distance and insulting him. I mean seriously? Calling him a creep just because of the hair? What I am more annoy about is his age. 10years old traveling to become a adventurer. His 3 years training and using the sword. What nonsense is this? A 7 years old can barely do any of that stuff and neither should he if he wanted to grow a healthy body. Real workout on the body only start to work after they pass 12. He even mention he wanted to join the war if he was stronger. A 10years old on the battlefield. Now that's a sight to see.

I also despise the sister character. If she really wanted to help him or care she would have done way more for him. All she did was give him some advise and scold others if he get hurt. I mean come on, at least give him some protection, cash or other material stuff to survive alone in the world. The people I most dislike are those that act nice and help others by saying some words but never took real actions to solve the problems <<less
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Tasear
Dream Seeker rated it
April 15, 2018
Status: c17
A Charming story about how a boy who without aim tries to survive in the world. Yet, while home-life was bad he failed to realize people like him "taboo children" would of called it heavenly. On death's door, he recalls his regrets. If only he was stronger then... he could..
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