Dragon-san Wants a Friend


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Desperate to overcome her loner status, a forlorn female student was on her way to a welcome party held for newcomers at her college. Stepping on a banana peel and falling over she passes away. For some reason or another, she is reincarnated into the strongest dragon species…

“…. I really wanted to make friends, but now there is no point!!!”

Despite her complaints, this is the story of a Dragon who rouses herself in order to make friends.

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Dragon-san wa Tomodachi ga Hoshii
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strucker543 rated it
February 7, 2019
Status: c17
Not too bad, though its hard to tell if the dragons a girl or a boy, keeps changing the way she address herself plus its harder when she changes gender all the time.

Also this should be called: Dragon-san Needs a Hearing Aid,

the amount of main points she a magical creature of immense power fails to hear is unreal in this novel haha
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Haruko rated it
December 6, 2018
Status: v1
I love it <3

I just had to have a sneak peek from raws and so far I like this novel very much.

Characters are well made and feel alive, even rarely mentioned ones. Flow of time is obviously fast since it is from dragons pow and I like it how author brings up what happen after mortal humans death? What to do how to bear with loneliness? Should the dragon-san just bear with it and watch over some descedants or just suppress it's feelings and become dull unfeeling dragon like rest... more>> of them.

Story is written well and is interesting, translation is exellent as well.

This novel is definetly one to give a chance to shine so go ahead and give it a try :) <<less
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Custardmouse rated it
May 18, 2019
Status: c50
Loving this story, it's got lots of heart and plenty of fantasy goodness. There is also a unique perspective on the purpose and lifecycle of dragons, which is also connected to the nature of magic, monsters, and spirits in the world.

I have trouble with the prose and grammar in this one, which isn't helped by the fact that the Dragon-san is often discussing high-level magical concept babel across multiple fields of study with her friends (and then those rules seem to change for plot convenience), she's an immortal unreliable narrator... more>> in regards to time ("A few months went by and I visited the capital... My friend [who was a teen last chapter] stroked his long white beard") with a fluid/asexual gender (except when she's with her beau) to boot.

Don't get me wrong, I understand what's happening in the plot, and some of the scenes flow smoothly when the fluffy parts come out in the story. I don't know any Japanese so I can't say what is the fault of the original text and what is the fault of failed translation editing, but I feel like this is a story that needed a really great translator and it got a pretty good student translator instead.

A solid and romantic fantasy read that I highly recommend. <<less
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AMENOLITY rated it
May 4, 2019
Status: c20
Although it isn't the best book i've ever read, it still resonated with my soul, due to the feelings of the protagonist, which made this book to this point simply enjoyable.
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Oroan rated it
March 21, 2019
Status: c35
As of writing this, I have read upto the current chapter of the translation (35) and am pleased to say that this has been an enjoyable read. I gave it a 4/5 stars due to certain times there are oddities in the writing, like transitions to topics without warning that can be a bit confusing, though if you continue to read they usually get sorted out so its not that bad. Overall the story is a fairly light-hearted slice of life following a reincarnated girl who was reborn as a... more>> dragon causing her to be a good bit more emotional then other dragons who are described as almost robotic like. I will say that within the first 20 chapters the story gave me a beginning, some world building, romance (ish), a conflict and resolution, some slice of life, emotional struggles and character development, and a fairly satisfying ending. I mean after chapter 20 is some extra chapters and a long side story explaining something that happened at some point during the slice of life section (around 9 chapters or so, basically a separate plot that maybe the author thought about and decided not to put it in but made it afterwards anyway??), and then you get into the start of the second volume/arc which continues where it left off.

Overall a Good story thats an easy read and I would definitely recommend reading at least the first 20 chapters if nothing else. Side note: some might mention some oddities in how the protag refers to themselves and that can be somewhat understood by the fact they can change shape and physical features several times in the story and can be confusing as to what they are like at any one point in time. Sometimes they are a male, sometimes female, sometimes in dragon form, it can be confusing because the protag considers them selves Female (as they were in their past life) and genderless (basically anytime the protag isnt in her female human form). <<less
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SunsetChaos rated it
August 10, 2019
Status: c33
Not a fan of this type of shallow story I guess. There's also no real "adventure" imo. MC is too "attached" to a single human nation/city instead of being one of the worldly dragon she is, and I blame Nectar and co for that.

I don't like the character Nectar, didn't like how clingy/attached he was. I don't ship him with MC at all even though they end up together, pretty damn obvious when there's very few other characters introduced. MC pretty much just falls in love with the first human... more>> guy and one of the very few male character she meets. Like no choice or only one choice, if that makes any sense.

Time skips everywhere, ok fine, but imo story still feels kinda rushed maybe because MC falls in love, gets married, and have a kid all in under 30 chapters yet spanning decades. The end. Except it's obviously not the end. Whereas other stories would normally end, it continues on with more of what seems like side stories with time jumps and stuff but maybe actually part of main story so idk. <<less
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