Boukensha ni Naritai to Miyako ni Deteitta Musume ga S Rank ni Natteta

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After losing his leg as a startup adventurer, he retired to his hometown in the countryside. Doing things such as collecting medicinal herbs, exterminating magic beasts and wild beasts, and helping with the villagers’ farm work, it’s hard to decide whether to call our protagonist an adventurer or a handyman. And while doing these things his age quickly approached thirty.

One day while searching the mountains for herbs, he discovered an abandoned child. Thinking that he couldn’t just leave it, he took it home and raised it until his age approached forty.

His now grown-up daughter had also wanted to become an adventurer, likely from growing up watching her father. Although her father had taught her the sword since she was young for self-defense, her talent at it was quite impressive. Thinking that it would be better for her not to be stuck out in the country for the rest of her life, our protagonist sent her to the adventurers’ guild in the Capital.

His daughter officially became an adventurer.

After another five years, the protagonist, now in his forties, is still acting as a pseudo-adventurer in the countryside. However his daughter is now a distinguished S Class adventurer but hasn’t returned home once yet…

“Just when will I get to see Daddy again…!?”

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My Daughter Grew Up to "Rank S" Adventurer.
My Daughter who Left for the Capital to Become an Adventurer Reached S Rank
冒険者になりたいと都に出て行った娘がSランクになってた
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08phamann
New 08phamann rated it
May 27, 2020
Status: c9
Is his daughter ever going to be able to return to her village to see MC?

And if she is powerful S-class adventurer, why does she need her guild's permission to leave for a holiday? Why is she acting like they are the boss of her? If they don't let you go see your dad, just quit and join another guild? I'm sure the current guild will be more than willing to let you have a holiday rather then to see you quit. But she just acts all sad and mopey... more>> when they tell her she can't leave. Just leave already woman.

I also can't believe MC just let his 12 year old daughter travel to the capital, alone, to join a guild, ALONE. GO. YOU'RE FREE NOW. ShOO. She could have been kidnapped and sold into s*avery and he would still be in the village punching trees or whatever he does without knowing anything. Negligent parenting/10. <<less
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FirstDragon
FirstDragon rated it
May 6, 2018
Status: c50
Based on MTL chapters 1 ~ 50, I am rating this JP web-novel as better than average vs. The 150+ I've read. It mixes (a) slice of life tales from the father and the daughter when they are separated early on and (b) action & adventure sequences of battling magic beasts, demons, and other more human antagonists.

The characters are likable and not entirely flat, the writing seems reasonably sophisticated (though my judgment is limited by MTL), and the incest vibe is somewhat tamer than I expected (I consider that good... more>> thing). Daughter and father meet quite a crew of somewhat fleshed out characters and there's plenty of friendships, mofufu moments, and betrayals to make the plot and characters move and, depending on your POV, maybe even develop a little. <<less
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YoriMei
YoriMei rated it
February 26, 2019
Status: c—
A lovely read, very fun! The characters are very likable, especially the MC and her dad. The beginning plot line is quite light hearted and cute.

character wise, it's pretty solid. The relationship between her and her dad is very cute and fluffy. Yes, she has a father complex but it's strictly familial (a la my dads the best, no one can come close!! Kinda complex). Her father is also a very cool and upstanding man, and it's easy to see why his daughter is so taken with him!

There is a... more>> kind of disconnect however by what he says his power level is vs who he tussles with. Even if they're supposedly better than him he still beats them in a sort of "lucky" way and comes out on top, repeatedly. The stories feels like it can't make up its mind by having the father repeatedly say "oh I lost my leg and came home with no glory, I'm low ranked!" And yet lucks his way into wins with at least two or more swordsmen that are way stronger than him. It can grate on your nerves a bit.

Plot wise, the beginning is as summary states (OP daughter just wants to visit her dad) but there's a deeper plot about a demon king reviving and monsters increasing, but we have yet to truly reach that part yet. <<less
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Rild
Rild
July 22, 2019
Status: c25
A story of a doting parent and a adopted child who feels the same. What happens when a retired, humble adventurer raises a child and they become diligently resourceful? Definitely a gorgeous novel, dramatically emotional, with solid and basic fundamentals. I came across the manga and was inspired into wanting more. The world is beautiful and full of reason, plus it's realistic, sound theories with strong storytelling makes me feel like I am just a commoner viewing it all by chance. I can't help but fall in love with the... more>> characters, not one-all of them. I'm saddened when one dies, and on the edge of my seat when villains are near. <<less
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yukirina
yukirina rated it
June 4, 2018
Status: c6
It has a decent first impression.

The premise is that an ex-adventurer finds an orphaned baby in the wilderness and raises her. She grows up, and in an attempt to make a name for herself, leaves him to become an adventurer herself. She becomes an S rank adventurer 5 years later (hence the title), but she has a huge case of father complex, wanting to go home to see her father, but since she's too valuable of an asset to the country, she's not allowed to leave to go see him.

It's... more>> still too early to see how it will pan out, but it fleshes out the setting and characters decently. For the setting, while there's the whole adventurers, guild, and the usual fantasy tropes, there's none of the bullsh*t game stats that I'm sure you are all too tired of skimming. To be honest, that's a low standard to have for a setting, but the media is what it is. Characters on the other hand, while a bit too PG (which makes it feel like it's aimed at young adults), are reasonable and somewhat understandable.

However, I will be very disappointed if that's the whole story; daughter not being able to come home for the entire novel will be insanely dull. I hope that there will be an actual development, whether that be the characters, or the people around them. It seems a bit slice-of-life ish, which I'm okay with, but we'll see how it goes from here.

All in all, a promising start. <<less
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Kaizen Subaru
Kaizen Subaru rated it
June 4, 2019
Status: c10
So far so good. Was looking for parenting novels with lots of sweetness but ended up finding this. I have to say that there are a lot of good Slice of Life Japanese WNs, and this is one of the better ones. This type of novel is good for a short binge and casual read. Hopefully it doesn't start feeling repetitive and slow-pace.
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Evil Sword God Emperor
Evil Sword God Emperor rated it
May 8, 2018
Status: c2
I love this novel, if only I could travel to the future I would binge read this, that is if the author doesn't discontinue this and of course thanks to the translator for picking this novel, goodluck to you!<3

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below is my opinion of the beginning phase of the novel
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This is my first time reviewing But that huge time-skip from the daughter, it would have been nice to see how she grew, trained and adapted to her village, her relationship from the children, her pov as a child and how her father showed her to the mountain to train also to meet newb monstas and the same time to learn knowledge about her world but at the present she is killin calamity beasts (which are really very strong) cuz its irritatin, and gets in her reunion between her and his father.I know Im biased, well its still chapter 4 but I cant wait for the future chaps, I wan read her and other side character's POV; what happened in before the timeskip, knowlesge about the world, beasts and most of all the future relationship with her father, and what her father is going to be. Iwant more!

Ty, and sorry for bad english

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SimplyReadingNovel
SimplyReadingNovel rated it
September 22, 2019
Status: c30
LOL this novel is really fun.

The writer give you a very heartwarming story of MC and her father. But because this is an isekai story, there is a plot about Demon King and all, but the writer really want to focus on the fluffy and happy parts. Just when you are about to know more about the Demon King, the writer just slap that plot away, don't give a sh*t and give you a heartwarming plot. Lol he just didn't care. If you want to know about the demon king,... more>> wait for another 100 chapter. If you want a fluffy developement, this novel is for you. No 'I wanna marry my daughter' sh*t happening. Thank god. <<less
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Shiraori_
Shiraori_ rated it
May 12, 2018
Status: c4
First impressions are pretty good so far. Reads like an actual novel, no tacked-on Isekai elements, although it does have the pretty common swords+magic+adventurer's guild setting, and it explains enough about the world that it's engaging without giving out so much useless or uninteresting information that it gets boring and I get the urge to start skimming paragraphs. Takes a pretty realistic approach to most scenarios. Translation is good.

There's no incessant focus on raising skills by accomplishing vague goals (swing sword or fight a long time and you get better),... more>> but more focusing on honing instincts and learning through practice rather than lazy supernatural boosts and whatnot. Inherent power is still absolutely a factor in how powerful people are, but there's less using game mechanics as a narrative crutch because, well, this isn't a game-world. It's a refreshing read after all the bog-standard Isekai novels lately. <<less
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LazyDays
LazyDays rated it
May 9, 2018
Status: c2
Pretty promising so far!

With the setting properly fleshed out in the prologue, the beginning chapters have followed up nicely.

That being, Begriff's teenage S Rank Adventurer daughter is too busy being constantly bombarded with work to go home.

It's too soon to tell, but I get the feeling it's going to be a good fic.
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HentMas
HentMas rated it
March 11, 2020
Status: c33
I try to review works without spoiling anything in an objective manner focusing on style, pacing, technique and what is appropriate for each work, so here goes!

This work is quite an experience, the focus on the premise seems counterintuitive at first, but that doesn't mean it's a bad thing, the author goes to great lengths to make the story enjoyable and fun while still retaining a certain degree of somberness and mystery through the whole ordeal, the dialog is great! everyone has a great personality and they are all interesting... more>> and enjoyable to read, the only drawback I see here is that there is barely any character growth, although the characterizations are amazing, some character quirks stay the same from beginning to the end which is kind of unrealistic, but this is part of the course with this kinds of works... so I can't really complain, it's part of the style... I personally dislike "one quirk" characters but I have to make emphasis here, they aren't monotone, they just have a very clear and distinct personality that never changes.

The story is split right down the middle focusing on two different POVs, ML and FL (father and daughter) which gives the author plenty of leeway to portray each one and characterize their struggles and adventures separately, I was overjoyed by the fact that there doesn't seem to be any "romance" (incest) shoved into the story, it's a doting father and a spoiled daughter and that's what it had to be from the start to actually work.

This splitting of the arches until they converge again is refreshing and exiting, you really look forward towards when and how things are going to converge, and I find it greatly enjoyable that while one is focusing on adventure and advancing the "plot", the other is focusing on deepening the character and exploring their personality further.

Regarding worldbuilding... the world is small, veeeery small, but what has being shown and explained is what matters and I don't think this lack of focus is a drawback, you're left wondering about the mysteries of the world and when things start to get explained a bit more it doesn't feel like an exposition dump, the author has being very good at the golden rule of "show, don't tell".

The fight sequences are very well portrayed and you can clearly see the actions and the events unfold as they are being acted, what I found most enjoyable is how you can basically "see" the distinct fighting styles of each character, it's not just "swing swong he ded" the way the sequence is portrayed could very well be the script for an animated sequence.

The only reason why I don't give this work 5 stars is because the pacing is kind of wonky, although it's supposed to jump between POVs, sometimes I feel like this works against the work because suddenly you have to keep track of two separate cliffhangers that aren't going to be resolved on the next couple of chapters, perhaps if the timing was adjusted a bit it would work better but the synchronization of the plot devices appearing mostly at the same time on both POVs left me thinking that maybe, if he had just waited one more chapter to give the reader a bit of a breathing space, it would have being better.

That being said, I would have given this work 4.5 stars if the rating allowed for it.

Thank you for reading!!! <<less
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Stompound
Stompound rated it
October 1, 2019
Status: c30
First off I'm going to say I enjoy reading this story. The translation is good and story is somewhat interesting. Belgriff is a fun MC and reading about how he lives his life and deals with the loss of his leg is refreshing and inspiring.

The reason I only gave 4/5 is because nothing has happened so far to really draw me in. I stopped reading for a few weeks and never felt desperate for more chapters. It's just something I'll stop to read when I have time, and enjoy.
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chamchaworld
chamchaworld rated it
September 29, 2019
Status: --
Absolute fluff. Angie and his dad are really likeable and thankfully as far as I read, both of them love each other normally (because I already have my trauma with uchi no musume). 5 🌟 because of fluff, no incest, and the characters are fun!
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C104
C104 rated it
August 15, 2019
Status: c27
Really nice story, while the writing stile is somewhat parculiar it is not bad and gives the story a unique feeling. The story presents a nice father-daughter relastionship that doesn`t transform in some wierd loli-romance.

Another big plus is the character depth that makes every single one feel special. They follow through with their individual goals (living in your birth village, beeing an succesful adventurer ect.) and don`t get sweept up in the protagonists goal and develope in different directions. The plotline doesn`t branch of into all directions and stays mostly... more>> liniar but doesn`t become monotone, like storys with similiar motives do.

All in all in all a relaxing, uniquely written and exciting story <<less
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Vietpride218
Vietpride218 rated it
February 18, 2019
Status: c11
Absolutely love it. It's a fun comedy mostly about the slice of life of the father who remains at the remote village and his S-Rank daughter who tries to go back and visit him. Full of great laughs and fun other supporting characters.
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Raneday
Raneday rated it
October 31, 2018
Status: c7
So far so good

Reading this series is quite fun and relaxing. Each of the characters are interesting and likable too. \ Well all in all I had a fun time reading this one
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