FFF-Class Trashero


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It was a life without regret. My parents were in good health, and I wasn’t homey enough for me to combine my studies and part-time jobs.
I like fantasy, martial arts, games, fiction movies, cartoons… I’m a normal high school student who likes these things.

That was certainly true until ten years ago.

This is not the earth.
A fantasy world dominated by powerful people. Savage utopia. It is a world where you can take anything with you if you have physical strength.

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FFF급 관심용사
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New kyuuketsuneko rated it
November 4, 2019
Status: c87
I think this story is best summed up as "the same kind of black comedy as Youjo Senki", or a "Yagami Light situation (except comedic rather than tragic) ".

If you take it too seriously, it's a horrible train-wreck of a neurotic, irredeemable sociopathic man-child of a protagonist deadset on making unbelievably stupid mistakes.

However, if you have the twisted sense of humour shared by myself, as well as most of the other readers rating this story highly, then be prepared to laugh until you cry. I had tears in my eyes... more>> almost all the way from chapter one, and the story never lets up.

The MC can be summed up as 'simultaneously too smart and too dumb for his own good'. It's obvious from the glimpses of other perspectives, as well as the Game System/Grades that his perception of events is grossly distorted. He makes mental enemies of people who aren't actually malicious towards him, and therefore constantly acts like everyone's out to get him (they're not). He rationalises his crimes with a deft hand, and the combination of these two factors mean he's constantly pelting headfirst into perfectly avoidable situations, misinterpreting what would be obvious to anyone who's even the slightest bit genre-savvy, all while wondering how he got there, and blaming everyone but himself for it.

The simplest non-spoiler example is his smile -- he frequently describes his smile as innocuous/neutral/something generally unoffencive, but other characters (at least by Chapter 80-ish) comment on it being so evil that it makes the Demon King look like the good guy. It's clear that he's blatantly the sort of character that would be casted as a villain in a stereotypical Isekai story, but he's somehow landed the job as a Hero, and absolutely nobody is actually happy about this

(until he starts brainwashing them).


His sheer OP-ness just makes the whole thing even funnier. He has blatant Plot Armour, but rather than being an annoyance, it emphasises the absurdity of many of the Isekai genre tropes, while allowing him to make at least one natural disaster-levelled mistake per playthrough. You'd think he'd learn, but instead, misinterpretation piles on interpretation, and he just goes more and more off-track.

Worse still, his insanity is clearly contagious.


The Trainee Teacher starts off as a naive, but mostly rule-abiding guide. By the time the Hero Festival rolls around, she's pretty much under his thumb, providing the protagonist with secret intel. In that same Festival, he corrupts a father-daughter pair of Elves, and brainwashes/enslaves/steals a Saintess. This trend continues on with all of his playthroughs afterwards, cumulating in him becoming the Maou and creating a whole bunch of fanatical full-blown Demons by the time we hit Chapter 87.


I can't wait to see what ridiculous thing he'll do next. <<less
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storybookknight rated it
January 5, 2019
Status: c18
Let's be clear: this is pure, self-indulgent, power-tripping fantasy. The MC is the edglordiest edgelord to ever edgelord, the setting is a deliberately trite isekai world, there's a poorly-defined gamelike system overarching everything, and because of time travel, the MC is unnecessarily OP.

And if this story took itself seriously, most of the things I just mentioned would be problematic.

This isn't a story about compelling drama, an intricate fantasy world, or inspirational heroism. This is a cathartic story about a guy who keeps getting jerked around by the 'rules' - either... more>> those of society or those of the cosmic order - and being sick enough of being jerked around to do something about it, and by 'doing something' I mean 'committing multiple murders'.

Trashero is probably best classified as revenge porn, but it's classy revenge porn, the kind that doesn't leave you wondering whether the author has unresolved issues surrounding his ex-girlfriends. I'm not going to give it a 5-star rating, because on the whole it seems to be a fairly shallow story, but I give it a strong 4 out of 5. <<less
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Raneday rated it
December 1, 2018
Status: c9
First and foremost this novel is not for the softhearted, who liked the MC saving everyone and leading to a happy ending.

This novel is about the MC who after defeating the demon king, was sent back in time due to him betraying his allies. Hence making him to do over again while having a mentor like system to guide him on being a "good hero". But our MC doesn't give any care at all.

The MC of this novel is an anti-hero type of hero, and he would do everything as... more>> he wish. And this series tackles a different approach compared to other ones of this genre. <<less
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Viridius rated it
January 20, 2019
Status: c40
This story is a total power fantasy, but I seriously love it.

The main character is an isekai protagonist who was summoned to a world to kill the demon king. He's not the usual isekai protag; he's a normal, well-off person who deals with the otherworldly transportation like a real person. As a result of his homesickness, constant abuse, as well as his experiences with a party whose characters are fatally flawed, he kills everyone around him, and then the demon king. Due to an unforeseen "grading system" his character, reputation,... more>> and achievements earn him a failing grade. He ends up having to redo the whole thing.

Now, this would be a classic "badass antihero evil ruthless edgelord" scenario, except it's not. The main character is a total badass, but in such a nonchalant, humorous way that it seems totally natural. He everything with a sarcastic flair, treating the world with utter detachment, almost like a comedian playing a game. The MC doesn't seem like a teenager going through puberty, as so many regression protagonists do. He acts with total confidence, staying true to his goals. Unlike too many others, the MC feels like the experienced veteran he is. He is logical, cool-headed, and a bit of a troll.

If you want a badass story with a ruthless protagonists that's actually executed well, then this is the novel for you. We see it fall into none of the classic pitfalls antihero stories do, while keeping the story moving. There's no intricate world-building, dramatic characterization, nor many other of the characteristics that constitute a good book, but it's just so goddamn enjoyable that I have to give it 5 stars. <<less
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Jessy_m rated it
February 24, 2019
Status: c30
Perfect isekai... no cliché.. you have average guy who was normal on earth... no shut in or otaku or weak bullied edgy guy who hate his family, freinds and his life... just an average guy summoned.. But he didnt have the stupid pure kind heart where everyone step on him and he will forgive... he solve problems from realistic angle by providing realistic solutions... more>>

like when facing the mermaids he take an army not wasting his time and force negotiations. he act more like real king similiar to some military novels... and love how he make fun of hero b being a masochist. hope he f*ck the people behind his suffering.

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Dovah rated it
December 22, 2018
Status: c14
This novel is perfect (so far) xD

The MC is realistic, logical, cool-headed & not running high on hormones or luck. He also stays true to his character and isn't a pervert. It's a great read for those who are looking for a good novel of the anti-hero genre. So far MC stays true to his goals unlike most other so called anti-hero novels here where MC later forgets about vengeance/his character & subsequently follows the happy go lucky path of harems.

We need more anti-hero novels where the novel stays focused... more>> on MC and where the mc's anti-hero character doesn't deviate from the anti-hero path because of their women (harems/hormones). <<less
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ubas maalyd rated it
March 24, 2019
Status: c55
Terrific, Amazing, and awesome.

I truly love the MC's way trample every problem he faces.

Not like Il-Han, this MC is dark, funny, but with some logic.

This novel is like a new brand flavor on the market which have saturated by "normal isekai"
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chekanalia rated it
March 6, 2019
Status: c33
Refreshing read!! This is how novels are meant to be not those unreal isekai, harem-building, hotbeds of self-righteousness that breed like roaches that are so prevalent around here. You will love this MC! Love to hate him or hate to love him or just plain love him <3 <3 <3 He reminds me a bit of Gu Yue Fang Yuan (RI) .
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different rated it
December 7, 2018
Status: c10
Everyone in the story so far is super annoying. Hopefully it'll get better later on though, but it's doubtful. The main character as the title says he's failure trash. This part could be decent if the author gave him some reason to be trash though, but he doesn't. In general, everyone has some sort of background story but the main character just seems to hate everyone because he felt mistreated. A big issue is the way the author explain's the MC's mistreatment. It's just supposed to be a given with... more>> a few understandings "So and so always picked on me so I have to kill them for my revenge". It doesn't really make sense and even psychopaths make sense. So everything just comes off as super annoying.

The author also introduced an opposing "guidance teacher" which is supposed to be the opposite of this trash hero. But nop, the guidance teacher is super annoying too. Always giving some sort of mysterious guidance tips and then leaving like an aloof teacher character who was never introduced properly. <<less
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NinjaEnvy rated it
February 18, 2019
Status: c28
@different <---This guy didn't read the story carefully and just probably skim over it.

The reason why the MC hates everyone is because, they only use the MC for their convenience and did terrible things to MC saying it's his duty because he's the hero. They never treated him nicely and the king didn't even want to financially support him to beat the demon king and instead left the hero on the swordsman who enjoyed beating him because its entertaining.
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BiawaKeren rated it
October 10, 2018
Status: --
i love how KR series always tickled my interest at the start of their novel.

But sometimes, it was just for the beginning. After long enough reading, I lost my interest. Simple, just because they had too much explanation. Too much raw information come at the middle story. To put it simply, too much waste of word.

But for this series, where our heroes is pretty much is anti-hero type. I put my faith in this series. Hoping for a good read one.
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Slicer9875 rated it
January 20, 2019
Status: v1c22
This is one of my favorite novels. First, I want to say that the translator is amazing, just reading through everything and it is perfectly smooth, very few errors if any. Personally, I find if the translation is sloppy I don't bother reading it. Anyway, that's enough about the translator (the focus of the review should be the novel), keep up the good work I really appreciate it.


I like the protagonist a lot because he seems incredibly down to earth mostly with a few screws loose. Just reading from his... more>> perspective makes this novel hilarious. If you love irony, sarcasm, and a jaded outlook I guarantee you will absolutely love this guy. At the beginning of the novel, my first impression was that he kind of deserved what happens. However at the latest chapter, 22, I 100% feel that by this point he is pretty much in the right and I am now giving a warning for spoilers.


The ones that forced him to repeat seems like total hypocrites to me as of this chapter. They seem perfectly fine with someone who literally changes his name for no reason, is very lecherous, and not ok with someone who focuses on results. More importantly, they barely even seem to mentor the hero if they do think think something is wrong with him. It seems to me that repeated this exercise wastes everybody's time (the hero's and staff's). This hero seems to think a lot about the overall state of affairs and what's going to happen after he's gone and to me that is passable. I would give the guy a B+.


The world isn't fully set up, but it does start to give hints that things aren't quite right. Considering the number of chapters is only 22, that is understandable and 2 places do get very solid descriptions. Characters do get a brief background, but I wish it was expanded on for the companions. <<less
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warrock4862 rated it
May 25, 2019
Status: c30
The Plot at the starting was good and new and had great potential with title FFF-Class Trashero with much expectation but, After the Chaos race was introduced it went downhill with Chaos race acting as the progressive stronger plot armor similar to Everyone else is a returnee. The repetitive Same world with variations wasn't a plus either.

As to why the MC has trash Character isn't explained and as to why they make the MC repeat the same and expect the MC have emotions about the world citizens. Anyone who's died... more>> twice and repeated the same will have no value for the life.

The Novel plot becomes extremely predictable: MC kills Chaos race every repeat> Levels up the Chaos Skills> MC becomes untouchable by his employers> During the repeats the MC once again falls for Lanuvel> Once max level in Chaos Skills the MC escapes from the loop> Plots to completely eliminate the loop> resurrects the Demon king> Team up with DK temporarily> Attack the original Hero> Learn the truth of the some great reason for the loop and as to why DK was sealed> OH dies and gives a power up for MC> MC and DK have a show down of the cosmic level> MC wins with godly power remaining and proclaimed the new GOD.

I hope the author proves me wrong. <<less
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novelmob rated it
October 12, 2019
Status: --
The story's basic setting is not bad at all and it is good enough to pass the time if you don't have anything worthwile to read. There are also moments I enjoyed.

The biggest drawback for me is the MC. I came here looking for an evil MC and on that regards, I really got it but on a disappointing way. I agree with most of his ideas regarding stupid isekai heroes, but that is the full extent of it. The MC is one dimensional and outside his attacks vs standard... more>> isekai heroes (which are not that difficult to do), doesn't use his head very much, solving everything with force. There is also the issue of the MC getting nonsensical undeserved power ups.

While it is also my fault for having high standards, I expect much more from an evil MC.

There is not problem with being OP but you have to deserve it (you cannot have a golden spoon in your mouth, that is reserved for badly written standard MCs). There is also the route where the MC is OP from the beginning (undeserved), but the story focuses more on the interaction with other characters and intelligent schemes, so being OP is not that important and doesn't ruin the story.

The story reduces everything to "I kill you because I can". That is as moronic as "I save everyone because I can" (even if I can't, but I don't know about it so...), which we see in the brainless isekai heroes that are supposed to be ridiculed.

If you want more details, here are some of the faults I found in the story.

2nd playthrough (start)


After killing his companions and killing the demon king in his first playthrough, it is revealed there is a teaching staff overlooking the hero's adventure. Judging his character to be problematic, the MC was forced to start from the beginning with a reset status. Upset with not being able to return to Earth to continue his pathetic existence leeching off his parents, he decides to finish this second playthrough as soon as possible without his useless companions holding him back. He looks down on his summoners, the king, the nobility, etc..., demands funds for the hero's quest, rampages on the black market, kills his companion (the elf princess) for causing him grief in the first playthrough, etc...

So far so good.


2nd playthrough (a dissapointing quest regarding the falling of a potentially good plot)


Then the story goes downhill. In the black market it is exposed that a lv10- hero can kill a lv800+ slave to rise up his level to 140+ and, consequently, levelling up is very easy in this fantasy world.

Bullshit! You cannot expect such a broken exp model for a fantasy world overlooked by an all powerful teaching staff. I have yet to see such a trash RPG. It is very strange to begin with that the teaching staff didn't set a max exp reward for one kill. I can excuse it for the second playthrough, but after the third they should have balanced it out.



While the exp issue was acceptable, even if a bad taste for the mouth, the author proceeds to destroy his story with the cheating slime and the Chaos race.

The cheating slime introduces an unsustainable flawed logic based on half-assed chemistry and biology knowledge to allow the MC to rise his skill levels at 10000% speed without any effort.

The Chaos race is introduced by killing the Chaos Dragon, a disaster level threat after around ten days in the fantasy world... Seriously? Ten days? The Chaos Dragon, suffering from old age, is unable to capture the MC with its breath (1st asspull), rampages after the MC destroying half the continent allowing the MC to harvest EXP by killing the poor bystanders while dodging the dragon's attacks (2nd asspull) and kills the dragon after the last one is exhausted from all the hunting (3rd asspull). To begin with, how can you introduce immortal elves and make the dragons mortals?

After that, it becomes boring easy mode. The MC becomes lv999+ and kills anyone who is in his path. While there are some good retorts to standard isekai behaviour, the plot is so-so. He kills the demon king with all the cheats and we are done.


3rd playthrough


Now, two heroes are introduced. The new hero, a standard stupid isekai hero, is introduced to guide the MC in the idiotic path and allow the MC to pass the teaching staff's examination, graduate and return to Earth. The novel has the chance to redeem itself by writing good interactions between two opposites.

But it is not use. Once again, excluding some events regarding the new hero, the plot goes the trash route following the boring MC almost one-sidedly. The Chaos Race asspull came with a new broken cheat that allows him to avoid the resetting of his abilities (not the level, only skill's levels)... And we are done, the story cannot be fixed anymore unless the MC's brain is miraculously fixed. No matter the playthrough or the circumstances, he is going to become more and more OP if he doesn't lose his abilities and there is not way anything can threaten him so... he will kill anyone in his path with ease instead of searching for intelligent evil methods.

He gets a new broken cheat, a holy sword that shouldn't exist at all... kills the demon king, humilliates the other pathetic hero..


4th playthrough


Miss Trainee Teacher is introduced on the teaching staff's part. She has not point in the story other than MC retorting her isekai tropes.

This is somewhat interesting because he kills the demon king and finishes the game in one day. Thanks to it he manages to graduate since he didn't have time to break it with his trashy character.

It is still bullsh*t though, since the graduation is based on 4 categories. This is his result:

▷Combat Power: C+
▷Achievements: SSS
▷Reputation: C
▷Character: C

It doesn't make sense for him to have SSS achievements. His only achievement was killing the demon king (easy thing when you carry all your cheats from the previous playthroughs) and that shouldn't give you SSS no matter what since it is the compulsory requisite to graduate. It doesn't make sense for the system to judge the early killing of the demon king so high as well since it is something that shouldn't be possible (unless you are loved by the bullsh*t god like MC) so it shouldn't even have programmed a bonus for early killing. If it is so advanced to notice it, it should also notice the MC having 10+ S skills and call for cheating.

C reputation is also stupid since he didn't interact at all. If being unknown is enough to get passing grade, the system's standards are pretty low.




The teaching staff considers the MC cheated in the last game and forces him to continue being a student even if he graduated.

A festival for graduated heroes is introduced. Of course, he qualifies even with the special status of continuing being a student (to get more OP). Most of the other heroes are trash (normal if you consider they are the typical brainless isekai MC that should die the first three days and is only saved by plot armor). Since he carries the cheats of the bullsh*t god he crushes them. Of course... (Insert repetition of the last chapters with the festival setting)

However, the author seems to be not happy enough with the MC's cheats. The female teacher stops being irrelevant to the story. Now, it is also a cheat that tells the MC where to get the good stuff in the festival. Fairness? What is that? While common sense tells us that the teaching staff should kill the MC and be done with, not only they allow the MC to continue rampaging, they also help him out by putting Miss naive teacher in his care. Good, good.

A clueless female saintess is introduced. She offers the MC rewards on exchange of helping redeem evil worshipers. With infuriating flawed logic, the saintess is also put as a reward for the MC to pick? And the system allowed for it? Seriously? Fire the teaching staff already. They are useless.

Instead of redeeming the evildoers, he corrupts them with his Dark Energy (SSS) making them even more evil. However, the saintess and the system don't notice anything. Great! The saintess even takes the initiative to suck the c*ck of the MC... Sigh.

The MC kills, get all the festival's rewards, gets the saintess and of course, carries her over to the next playthrough, gets resurrection cheat the saintess is equipped with, gets new bullsh*t abilities out of nowhere that allow him to never become weaker, etc...


6th playthrough

I am currently here. I am going to drop it for the moment since I am tired. I will come back when I am bored and pissed off enough with the stupid incompetents isekai heroes or any other fantasy MC and I can enjoy the MC killing everyone even if he is infuriating too.


Divinity (Z-MAX) is introduced. The MC is simply divine, or like I prefer to call it, simply moronic boring. Everyone treats him as the personification of holiness, agrees with everything he says, licks the floor he is stepping on, etc... Way to make his journey even easier without fixing his retarded behaviour.

Female teacher commented how Z-MAX skills are reserved for people born with golden spoons in their mouths and how she didn't think the MC qualified for that. Seriously? Even the author should be ashamed of writing that down after giving him exclusive Chaos Cheat (that allows him to not lose anything, skills, broken holy sword, etc... and learn Divinity and Dark Energy at the same time), Holy Sword Cheat (that gives insane power boost because yes), Slime Cheat (that rises his skill proficiency at impossible rates)... Either the female teacher is a complete moron never seen in intelligent beings or the author believes we are the complete morons. Who knows?

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scribbledoutname rated it
March 16, 2019
Status: c31
Starts good but gets old fast.

MC is a hero who keeps getting forced to redo the story because his methods are wrong.

What's jarring is that the MC is OP and super smart, but also really clueless. It doesn't become clear how (irritatingly) clueless he is until after his second playthrough... he repeatedly uses really intelligent methods to accomplish stupid plans that are blatantly going to make him fail his assessment. I guess that's what makes it annoying -- you can see it coming, and don't really want to see him... more>> starting from scratch (although the author mitigates this by giving him a skill that lets his abilities carry over, so he doesn't stop being OP).

Another jarring thing is that you can't tell whether he's being sarcastic or not. Oftentimes he'll think something bizarre/seemingly sarcastic about someone and then it turns out it was a genuine belief.

Anywho, whether you'll like this or not depends on why you're reading it. If you're looking for humour then it might make you laugh (though IMO the story's not very funny -- it's just that some of the commenters think it is, so you might have the same tastes), but if you're looking for a proper story then I wouldn't bother unless you just want to kill some time. <<less
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Nuage rated it
January 20, 2019
Status: c68
Funny and witty, this cynical story is a must-read parody of the isekai genre, easily subverting your expectations, and fully coherent despite elements that would otherwise be called flaws. The pacing has been extremely fast and for a good reason; few characters matter, which fits the MC's personality, but those few are fleshed out reasonably if subtly.

edit: still awesome. This is a must read. The plot seems simple at first glance, but there is much foreshadowing at work here. We know where we are going, yet the author manages to... more>> surprise us with his delightfully egotistical MC. <<less
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dimikb rated it
April 26, 2019
Status: c74
Liked it. The MC is a total sociopath who needs to use power of love and friendship to get out of the cycle of re-testing for hero. But he is completly incapable to empathize with anyone, so he tries to fool the judjes of the test. Everything he does in the end only makes it worst. It is full of dark humor, but still fun comedy in my view.
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rainx rated it
April 5, 2019
Status: c10
I stopped reading at chapter 10. Not because I am inclined towards kindness or anything but this MC just annoys me. I will state that since I had only finished chapter 10, I am not sure about the latter parts.

Now, why am I annoyed at the MC? I don't hate anti-heroes. In fact, I hate the normal isekais' where the MC is plain stupid/perverted/psycho/hypocrite. So why do I hate this anti-hero MC then?

This MC seems to think that killing is the only pathway to freedom. I have absolutely no idea... more>> what made him into this. From what I read, the MC was bullied/hit/attacked ruthlessly by the Alex something as training. Ok, so Alex deserves to die then. The King that treats 'summoned ones' as life stock deserves to die as well. Then, what about the one who did the summoning and the elves?

The one who summoned the MC to Fantasia is a hypocrite, as stated by the MC when he saw her after being brought back 10 years before. But, from what I read, she doesn't seem to be so at all. Then, the future elf queen that is supposedly to bring him troubles for acting rashly without consequences, I honestly don't wanna comment yet because I do not know what sort of troubles did she get into previously. It just seems to me that the MC is just interpreting others' personality 'irrationally'. Again, I state that I've only covered up to Chapter 10.

Sure, killing off those you do not like is a good way, especially an anti-hero. Kill off the King, Alex and the elf queen if you must but what did the elves do to the MC then? Revenge at the expense of sacrificing the innocents? I call bullshit. What? You say the elves aren't innocent because they attacked MC? Dude, he killed their own peoples in front of them, what do you expect?

If those above is not enough to make me stop reading yet, then this really made me stop reading for good. I seriously hate those MC that thinks of the world that they were summoned into as just tools/games/entertainment for him/her to stroll and play in. This MC totally treats the world as a playground, disregarding lives be it innocent or guilty ones. Trash indeed.

Again, I only read until Chapter 10 so if the MC suffered so much pain that he got warped which was explained later on is something that I do not know. <<less
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Ophis_Trihexa rated it
March 25, 2019
Status: c47
@ninjaenvy please reread the story. The king and company did not support him because of his rotten character. Something he realised on his 3rd/4th attempts.

So a rotten character is sent on an isekai. The goal to slay demon king is secondary to having good morals.

Naturally MC fails consistently. You may think the MC gets poorly treated in his first attempt, but from him hearing about other heroes it was entirely his own actions that caused himself to be treated as such.

Side characters are almost as annoying as MC with their... more>> polar opposite views.

Usually Korean novels are to a higher standard than this. <<less
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Gin_Hindew rated it
March 9, 2019
Status: c40
Are you tired of READING about cliché stories with annoying secondary characters?

Now, imagine how annoyed you would be after ten years of LIVING surrounded by those clichés

This is our MC, a summoned hero formerly with a good social life, good grades and good looks, a middle-upper person from middle-upper class who has to cope with living the power fantasy of a social outcast until he snaps, kills everyone and faces the demon king alone

This is all on the first chapter so is not a spoiler, the MC must kill the... more>> demon king to go back to Earth but the gods in charge want his hero journey to be a method to teach him about friendship and love and morals and all that stuff that only works if you are a social outcast starved for personal interaction and willing to take everybody´s sh*t to be a part of the group, so, even if he kills the demon king he wont go back unless he sticks to the teaching program of the staff and gains their approval

Hilarity ensues as the MC is warped beyond belief and his methods, while effective tend to be on the more... brutal side of approaches, and the constant nagging of the teaching staff only pushes him to take more and more extreme measures

Examples and very light spoilers


There are plenty of clichés like rescuing and helping a second royal take the throne from their evil and more capable relative but the MC instead chooses to ignore the problem (or outright kill the second royal) because having a civil war for the succession is not worthy for the commoners, who will see little change in their lives being ruled by one or another anyway

The demi humans are causing problems on the frontier?

You could go and be a lovely hero and solve all the problems in a long journey to bring both species closer while the main conflict intensifies and both sides lose people, or you could seize the country, make the king a puppet ruler and bring an army to execute a decapitation strike against the other party, thus ending the conflict in a week, minimal loses and a demi human waifu who now hates you (but meh, never stick it in crazy anyways)

You found clues to a secret side quest that could stop a war?

f*ck it, is not my business and the war can be stopped faster by killing the rulers and having the more reasonable successor take over

Your reputation took a hit?

You can spend a year or two, or ten doing side quests to help children recover their pets or fix old ladies´roofs, or you could subdue some special forces, transform them into your own intelligence agency and have them spread good rumors about your graceful and handsome person


Also, there is a steady amount of world building that slowly unwraps the mystery behind this world, because there is SOMETHING in the background and it clearly has an enormous weight on why the world is the way it is, and that SOMETHING clearly can and will grow as the MC strays further away from the teaching staff

This way every time the MC fails to "graduate" new clichés are explored, deconstructed and gutted out to be left to rot on the side of the road

Finally, this series features one of the coolest fantasy teachers in existence, the one and only Master Mollang!

Words cannot express the awesomeness of this teacher... but movement can!


Wooble to the left!

Wooble to the Right!

Wooble your hands!

Wooble your legs!

Wooble those hips!

Wooble all the way!


*Woobles away* <<less
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Krow Nox
Krow Nox rated it
May 21, 2019
Status: c20
Its a good parody on the Isekai genre borderline Satire.

It had a good start. I thought it was a generic time-travel revenge bullsh*t but it suprised me.

I could pass off the incomprehensible logic of the MC as a plot device for the jokes.

It was funny at first but the joke got old real FAST. Everything was just the same. MC gonna kill this, gonna kill that, BORING. And by chapter 17 or 18, I was just bored. I gave it another 2 chapters hoping it would step up but it... more>> just the same boring shit. By chapter 20, I could not force myself to continue reading. I got the joke, end of story.

Does it get better later on? I don't know and I could care less because the actual plot was not interesting in the first place.

There were some interesting things there such as 'Proffessor Morals'. His quotes were genuinely good. That was a unique thing. Haven't seen it anywhere else.

All in all, this was good novel but it should have only been like 15 chapters or less. It had nothing going for it once the joke got old. <<less
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