Flying Whale’s Wonderful Life – I Who Has Fused With an Invincible Weapon From the Age of Gods Will Build a City on My Back


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Adventurer Kaito, in a stroke of misfortune, fell to his death due to the accident in the dungeon causing the crust to split and diverge. However to his luck, the place where he fell was a resting location of a Titanic Ship from the age of gods. Kaito who was left with only a soul, fused with the titanic ship in a form of a whale, gained an immense power strong enough to destroy even a country in instant.

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Soratobu Kujira no Shiawase Seikatsu ~Kamiyo no Mutekikan to Yuugoushita Ore wa, Senaka ni Juujin-tachi no Machi wo Tsukuru~
The Flying Whale builds a city
空飛ぶクジラの幸せ生活 ~神代の無敵艦と融合した俺は、背中に獣人たちの街をつくる
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Going Back and Forth Between Earth and The Other World with Space Time Magic (1)
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Spiritsong rated it
June 24, 2018
Status: c11
Storytelling is barebones. It tells what it needs to tell without garnishing details.

At least for the first 10-11 chapters, the pace is overwhelming because of the fact that author skips certain events. E.G, how our MC acquired knowledge, how he learns to use certain weapons, functions, etc. You'll need to remember certain details (which aren't given any length).

If you've got no more stories to read, this is a good stop gap in between.
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rcpsycho rated it
February 2, 2020
Status: c14
It's partly my fault for not reading the summary, but if a title sounds interesting, I skip it because I don't like to be spoiled; the point is, it's a bit too sci-fi for my taste. I expected something more mythical-being-like, but it's more like a technologically advanced vessel that just happens to be in the shape of a whale.

The next misleading part is that while he's nominally the ship, he actually restores his body and for all relevant matters, that's where his ego resides. He utilises the ship's functions... more>> through an AI who is basically a talking dog inside a wolf's body or through direct input from consoles or his voice, but not as if the ship was an extension of himself.

I thought that at least to the outside, he'd make it seem like a mythical creature, but he's actually bringing people to the advanced facilities of the ship rather than erecting a town on the back (which happens later I'm assuming).

With buzz words like "age of gods" thrown into the mix, I had really expected something more magical, but in the end, the magical part is only the world the story is set in, and the protagonist practically doesn't interact with it in a non-technological manner.

It's not bad overall and the translation isn't horrible, alth0ugh there are various common grammatical mistakes, but doesn't fit my taste. I might come back to this eventually when there are another 30-40 chapters translated so that the plot moves beyond the exposition and there is actually something happening. <<less
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