Genjitsushugi Yuusha no Oukoku Saikenki

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“O, Hero!” With that cliched line, Kazuya Souma found himself summoned to another world and his adventure–-did not begin. After he presents his plan to strengthen the country economically and militarily, the king cedes the throne to him and Souma finds himself saddled with ruling the nation! What’s more, he’s betrothed to the king’s daughter now…?! In order to get the country back on its feet, Souma calls the wise, the talented, and the gifted to his side. Five people gather before the newly crowned Souma. Just what are the many talents and abilities they possess…?! What path will his outlook as a realist take Souma and the people of his country down? A revolutionary transferred-to-another-world administrative fantasy series starts here!

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Genjitsushugisha no Oukokukaizouki
How a Realist Hero Rebuild The Kingdom
現実主義勇者の王国再建記
現實主義勇者的王國再建記
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Recommendations
Release that Witch (34)
Common Sense of a Duke’s Daughter (12)
Maoyuu Maou Yuusha (8)
Tales of the Reincarnated Lord (7)
Sevens (7)
Dungeon Defense (6)

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Date Group Release
01/05/19 Baka Translations v5c3 part1
01/04/19 Baka Translations v5c2
01/03/19 Baka Translations v5c1
12/31/18 Baka Translations v5 prologue
12/29/18 Baka Translations v4 epilogue part2
12/28/18 Baka Translations v4 epilogue part1
09/15/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c6 part3
09/15/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c6 part2
06/10/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c6 part1
06/10/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part6
05/06/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part5
04/18/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part4
04/16/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part3
04/03/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part2
04/03/18 Yukkuri Free Time... v4c5 part1
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ChaoStaxx
ChaoStaxx rated it
May 17, 2016
Status: v2c5
This is so great! The way it's written makes me think of all those documentaries about people where they insert whatever videos of those people and in-between you have people making comments about what that person did and why it was important.

The characters are well written and each have their own motivations which makes (most of) them relatable; there are bad ones ... more>>
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the king and prince of a neighboring country for instance

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but those are few and far between.

The characters I love the most are King Souma, our MC, and Kaede as the two have such great chemistry whenever they are together. But while this is shaping up to be a harem novel it does seem t develop the characters and not just pair the MC with every girl as Kaede is more a friend to Souma than anything else.

Long story short, this is a great read and I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes. <<less
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sgrey
sgrey rated it
July 2, 2018
Status: v6 epilogue
This novel is not terrible, the writing is overall ok and at least the sentences are coherent, unlike so many other novels. However, this novel made me cringe so much, I just can't give this a good rating. Overal I would say this novel just does not have anything standing out for it. It is an average novel with one or two good moments.

One of the biggest problems I have with this novel is that it treats the reader like an idiot. There are so many explanations, and everything is... more>> explained at least twice if not more. Every thought MC has is not his own but is taken from some philosophy text. Every thought of MC is explained in terms of logic, then in terms of our world example, then using the quote of a philosophy book and then the quote is explained once or twice. Some chapters consist of nothing but explanations with backstories and histories. But those histories are not even correct some of the time, in a sense that they don't really apply to the situation in a way the author tries to present. It is really stupid how MC explains things to people of the other world using the language of our world. It is clear that explanations are for the reader and not for the characters. And people are just "I didn't get it, but whatever, this stuff usually works out, so I will just go along with it". There is also reintroduction of characters every darn chapter and every darn volume. No, I will not forget the goddamn main character and his wives between chapters. It feels like the author just needed to fill in the space because he couldn't come up with enough story to fill the volume.

The second big problem is MC himself. It might seem like he is smart, but if you think about it, MC is actually quite dumb and a coward. For one, as I said he doesn't have his own thoughts and justifications, he always refers to the history and philosophy of the Earth. He makes decisions when it involves other people, but when it's about him, he is super indecisive and has to ask someone else to make a decision for him. The thing that ticked me off the most is when he said to the princess: "I don't want to have s*x with you right now because I don't think I can support and care for you and a baby properly." You are a goddamn king of a country and you can't care for your wife and kid? Are you kidding me? I took him 6 whole months to just kiss the princess. And six more months to kiss the second chick. By the way things are going, they will get married when they are sixty. Well, he did eventually start sleeping with the princess after a year of a platonic relationship.

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The biggest flaw in this novel can be seen in volume 6. So he gets an invitation to the dragon country to make a contract with a dragon (which basically means marriage to a dragon). He tells it to everyone and leaves to do just that. Then, after he gets to dragon country and meets the dragon he goes full retard. "Can I bring he back without the contract?", "Dragon, I have four fiances and I am not from your country, are you OK with me?", "I need to go ask permission to make a contract from everyone". Then he goes back with the dragon and basically says: this is the dragon, will you let me make a contract? I am not in love with her, but I am sure I will fall for her eventually.

Another stupid thing is that it is portrayed that he wants this dragon because she generates electricity. He says she is going to be so useful because of that. But it is super easy to make a basic manual power generator. Why the hell do you need a dragon to generate electricity? You can make basic power generator and even basic capacitors super easy. He also has scientists who can help him make those. It just doesn't make sense. The author just artificially inflates the value of the dragon chick to make her seem more important than she is.

And volume 5 is just an embarrassment and should not exist. It is goddamn awful and shows MC in the worst way.

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MC also doesn't spend any time with his fiances in a romantic way. They have like one date per month or even less. You would think in a slice of life novel like this they would build the relationship a bit better, but no. The girls just fall in love with MC because plot. Not only that, they are basically just holding hands all the time. They were engage for a year and they are only holding hands sometimes. What the hell is this? Everyone in the castle tells them directly "just start making babies already!". It's like the author is aware that he is being stupid, but he insists on it anyway

Speaking of plot. The author tries to have this intrigue and mystery, but it is so transparent, that pretty much everything is obvious. You can predict how this novel will turn out very early and very easy. There is only one thing in this novel was not obvious, but turned out to be not that interesting, is the former king's explanation. Everything else just falls in place they way you expect in the best way for MC. Overall the novel is just smooth sailing for MC without any good or interesting points. He just does not stand out in any way. I mean usually the novel would have some nice moments that makes you want more. There is nothing of the sort here. No epic victories, no major plot twists, no hardships. The biggest problem MC faces is the large amount of paperwork. There is a lot of missing potential in the story. <<less
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RoyalTwinFangs
RoyalTwinFangs rated it
May 17, 2016
Status: v2c5
This story is great. The MC is is more brain than brawn as in he out smart his opponents and uses the history and classic literature from his old world to effectively built and rule his kingdom.
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Ujer
Ujer rated it
April 29, 2016
Status: --
Great plot, great MC, good side character.... For theme of transported hero, it is quite fresh to read. Surely, it is not perfect but it is good enough.
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MondoX
MondoX rated it
April 29, 2016
Status: --
The MC was summoned as a hero, and the King did not hide the reason for the summoning. Then, something happen and the King gave up his position to the summoned hero, that is a first for summoning stories. The MC was hoping for some cheat like powers, but did not receive any. Therefore, he started to rely on his knowledge from his old world. Anything from agriculture, economics, civil engineering and military knowledge he uses, and what he does not know, he asks. I like the MC because he... more>> is trying to building a strong kingdom, since he can not be an OP hero and fight other nations or the Devil King himself. <<less
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Vidolin
Vidolin rated it
April 15, 2016
Status: --
Yep! This is great!

Smart and likable MC, interesting and charming characters, engaging story. Even in points where other WN normally drop the ball, this one doesn't.
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LairoftheEast
LairoftheEast rated it
April 11, 2016
Status: --
Great series. I enjoy every chapter, and find myself coming back to reread them while I wait for new ones. MC tackles real problems as he modernizes the kingdom that summoned him. The demon lord is out there somewhere, but the internal issues of the country comes first. Excellent management, decisions made with modern world knowledge backed by our experiences and sciences. This book is so good. Just read it.
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Steviason
Steviason rated it
March 20, 2018
Status: v4 interlude 6
I will be honest I kinda liked the novel. It does have a few bad points however.

1) there are sections written like a history text book. Not in the sense of a information dump/pile but in the sense of "an this is were that saying came from" or "theatrical performances will later go on to exaggerate this event."<---even if the MC were to die by the end of the novel we are already given information his legacy was. Its literally putting the cargo before the cart and the cart before... more>> the horse.

2) things progress too smoothly in his favor when implementing military ideas from the original world into the new one and just in general. He should a faced at least another revolt espically when the ranking and means of earning land changed. The samurai revolted because of such a change in their status during reforms under imperial rule. Also why did the slavers not try to revolt when he essentially declared the slave trade to be over. What about the other merchant guilds and traders when he began taking over their businesses?

This is something that actually happened in medieval Europe. The king of Denmark went to war with a merchant guild to institute economic reforms and fill his own coffers. An the king of Denmark LOST the war because the merchant guild was having none of it after he attacked one of their port cities in a attempt to have control over trade.

So things progress too smoothly in MCs favor.

3) katana supremacist. In the novel there is a scene were one of the characters takes a katana and slices basically clean through another sword or whatever as a "test". I am telling you right now if you ever did that with a katana it would break if not have a big chip into its blade.

The forging techniques used in Japan for the katanas they had created a soft core. European swords are "hard" core swords. The advantage of the soft core was in weapon maintenance not because it made the sword or edge more durable but because of improved stress relief and help in preventing cracks going too deep into the blade. An arguably you will have a easier time bending the katana out of shape due to its soft core.

The katana is also generally a cutting sword. European swords were intended to be semi-dull so when worse comes to worse they can still bash peoples heads more or less. The aim was not to necessarily cut the opponent; that's what the falchions were there for. The katana however is very much so intended to cut. This is bad if your facing opponents with heavyish armor because your not going to be cutting through anything with it anytime soon when it comes to armor.

The katanas are good swords for their intended environment and usage just like the european swords were for their environment and intended usage. If you plan on bringing both of them into the same environment and have them clash the katana is not going to be as useful when dealing with armor as a back up weapon because their intent is on their cutting power while european swords are more dull or more blunt because of the european usage of armor and shields. <<less
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mario1994
mario1994 rated it
January 25, 2018
Status: v1c0
Its simple novel with even simpler plot. Its good material to make manga off it but as a novel it is standard hero summoning with little novelity added by writing about economics. There is much information to digest at the start of the story. Language and written barrier is nonexistant. There is no barrier existing between Japaneese citizen from modern era to magically enhaced medieval era country. It would be good to just add few barriers between our Hero and his success... yet there are none to speak of. Even... more>> magic, that he got.. He somehow knew how to use it and it was described in few sentences. "He as hero needs a power, just like other Heroes, so he does and know how to use it in less than a minute... seriously? For now I read just few chapters, yet it makes me throw up by reading next clitche setting in medieval era. If author has something new to write, write it in interesting way and do not add expressions which are seen in anime and manga to make it more funny and cute. It is by far one of the most clitche novels ever. Thats why I like stories from the perspective of demon lord, or necromancer or the like. Which makes it stand out from all other novels. All characters which were seen for the first chapters, were naive, stupid and our hero was the wisest of them all.. yeah. At the very least make him a minister of treasury at the start, then all economy and then make him a king... its so confusing and not realistic in my taste that all of it sounds like a joke and not a novel.

To all those dissatisfied by this novel I recommend those titles:
Release the Witch - is by far the most enjoyable read I have gotten my hands on. It is about politics, trade, economics, strategy, kingdom managment etc. Even magic. So yeah. It has all the good points of this novel but better. Even romance is in somewhat harem tune but in realistic way.

Overlord: This is such clitche title that most of you must know. Necromancer as a king of his small kingdom in another world based on game which our MC played. Clitche but in a fresh way written

Please recommend in comments novels which were better than this Clitche story. <<less
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Retsel
Retsel rated it
January 14, 2017
Status: v3c6 part2
An enjoyable read, unlike some minority novels that I've read where MC have everything provided to him with a silver spoon, this one has valid reasons for doing so.

The philosophy and the plans implemented are great as well.

More of an intellectual read rather then just a light one.
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xp32
xp32 rated it
April 29, 2016
Status: --
Got summoned to another world, forced to be a king of a kingdom which had many problems as quest (food, money, corruptions, war, politics and etc etc +demons), plus get the princess as his future wife queen. Now, what and how will the MC solve the “quest”, is the main story which is just great. If you prefer this kind of genre, this one must be put on your reading list.
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Values
Values rated it
April 15, 2016
Status: --
Holy crap. This is the type of novel that keeps you on your toes even without Action/Combat. A MUST read if you like other political novels like Maoyuu Maou Yuusha and Log Horizon.
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exkinkin
exkinkin rated it
July 19, 2018
Status: v5c1
To be honest this is definitely my favorite JP novel in terms of "Kingdom Building".

The MC is not initially smart, but he was transported into a world where the literacy rate is below 30%, so as a University Student from Japan, of course he would look smart.

There are some reviews that said that MC is dumb and coward. As I said before I don't think he's that smart (i would rather say that he's knowledgeable about Art of War to some extent) but I wouldn't want to read isekai novel... more>> from a real world perspective. Of course he would look like a coward in the other world since the environment is different basically from the peaceful Japan. Well you can imagine yourself if you're a uni student and suddenly asked to be a monarch that hold basically the absolute authority in a large kindgom. Personally I would say the MC did a very good job on this, despite everything else.

Beside that, I think I really love this series because:

  1. The MC is indeed a 'realist'. If you read enough WN / LN you'll see MCs saying things like "I will protect everyone else but I don't want to kill anyone" type of bullsh*t. In this novel you won't see any bulls*it like that. I won't spoiler anything so look forward to it.
  2. The Harem of MC is also realistic. It's not like he will go marry every cute girls he met, at times he is also willing to refuse girls that he don't really love. And the way they fell in love in each other seems quite natural to me (at least there are logic behind it, not pure feelings).
  3. While it can be said that sometimes there are change of personality in MC, he stays true to his ideals. I think it's good enough that you won't lose sight what's important.
I really recommend people that love this sort of stories (you can find out from the tags) to try out reading this, at least the first 4 volumes (since it's basically the first arc). <<less
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BaramII
BaramII rated it
August 16, 2017
Status: v4c1
I gave it a 5 star.

The story is great, the MC is average, he didn't come in and suddenly went "Oh, let's make a bomb that will destroy my enemy"

The MC isn't "Oh me strong, I kill everybody, you loyal to me or I kill you too"

The MC is just your typical man with Knowledge here and there. He understand some things, and he has his own common sense he gained by growing up. He's not a pre-teen that can be dyed black if the country he got summoned in... more>> decided to dye him black.

The MC will act to his own standard, Although it's been 2 months since the last update, but up to here v4c1 8/16/2017. The story went well, the MC created progress, real progress. Not like in some other novels "Oh me MC, I give you potato, you eat potato, everybody eat potato, food problem solved."

He's not overpowered, he's not overly knowledgeable that you wonder how the f**k a xx year old know all that sh*t.

He's your average guy, in an unexpected position.

It's story about management, Kingdom building, Domestic affairs. It's about that. If you want to read something where the MC can destroy a country by himself or somehow a potato solves the hunger issues, then this novel is not for you. <<less
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lonewolf93
lonewolf93
February 11, 2017
Status: --
After reading the synapse (and now 2 chaps, because my idiotic friend tricked me into) , my best guess on how to enjoy this LN is by taking your brain out your skull (somehow without dying), then step on it and then throw some horse wastes at it just leave it there for eternity.

I haven't read this novel, thus I cannot judge it fairly (I have now but still won't rate it because... well, 2 chaps, it seems kinda hard to judge after 2 chaps without sounding like a... more>> snob, cuz the story hasn't established itself). This is why I will refrain myself from grading this novel (I am not a troll, at least that much of a troll in this regard), but also leave a piece of commentary regarding the synapses.

I planned on reading this novel since it is currently regarded 5th best novel of all time in this website, however after reading the description I can only think that several crucial details were omitted.

First of all, I am amazed by the cheer number of ludicrous points in the summary. Why would a king ever relinquish his duties to a complete stranger? Not only that, but this stranger is a child (ok, he is not a child but he really kinda... is) of unknown origins, but not only does he not know the history and political stability of the kingdom he finds himself in.

Second, there would be an outcry from almost anyone residing in the country from this absurd resolution, that would probably bring the downfall of the entire kingdom (I would complain more but he is almost seen as the MESSIAH or something but hesus, he is not).

Third and final point, how would a child have the necessary knowledge to know how to create a country. Even with the help of the best people in the kingdom he resides in, he would undoubtedly fail. This is lunacy at best, most of us have the general idea how some objects may work but it doesn't mean we can easily recreate them. Countries take an extreme amount of time to implement a single game changing policy. let alone those big policies we already have problems with smaller ones, and are often met with extreme difficulty to pass. Thus for a child who finds himself in an alternate reality closer to the middle ages of our world, and somehow becomes monarch just because he appears to have interesting ideas, it is simply ludicrous. Any contrived explanation, such as him looking like the dead prince that wasn't officially reported dead, would have been more plausible than the one given in the summary.

This summary, took away any chance of me believing that there would be any serious attempt of good story telling. I felt myself not only getting dumber by reading each line, but as well questioning the author's sanity in writing such as story. I may be wrong about the book overall, however if the description I got is the closest to summarizing the book's story, I would beg to differ. <<less
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UnknownSaint171
UnknownSaint171 rated it
February 8, 2017
Status: v3c6
I had huge doubts but this was written very cleverly. Out of all the "Transmigration Novels" this is one of the best ones I've read. Because the MC actually does things right and uses his previous life knowledge really well. He is a kind person but not a kind king.

I like the romance. Lichia and MC make the funniest comedy duo. They are like an idiot couple together and have very cute moments. That's why the Polygamy Harem ruins it for me. You can easily predict who will fall in... more>> love with him. Its just a disappointment since there's so much to work with.

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For example, the stupid muscle airhead girl who acts like a warrior or samurai. How many times have we seen this in Manga\Anime? I admit she's hilarious but not Heroine material.. You can tell he will get the girls like Demon King, Princess, Noble dragon girl.. Its just turning to a seeking harem now where you conquer countries by girls.. I rather see more blood and focusing on mind game strategies. So can't blame me for hating Harem on this right? Plus it takes away more time from Lichia. She does get annoying at times though... Despite being a Princess she cries almost for everything.. I wish she was more merciless and cold. But its like she refuses to see reality for what it is and does not want to kill traitors. I've read part of the LN that's online and its a lot clearer then WN. So I can't really give my real thoughts about this since WN is only translating..

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I really wish it wasn't a harem though.. <<less
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captain crunch
captain crunch rated it
January 1, 2017
Status: v3c5 part5
Synopsis: Lazy (?), unambitious university student is summoned to a fantasy world to be a hero for a country with various internal and external troubles. MC is made into the king, and uses some very unorthodox fantasy skills and his modern knowledge to try and solves these problems.

Genre/Features: Heavy on nation management/building. Uses some historical examples and quotes. A lot of dialogue, beginnings of a harem and small amount of romance so far. Has demi-humans, small amount of magic technology and combat. Large group, army movements and strategy. Has very... more>> little personal combat. Magic use outside of these combat scenes is minimal, mostly limited to tools and daily life. MC is not OP, although has a few unique skills upon arrival to new world. Typical RPG/fantasy world, but doesn't seem to be heavy on RPG system or events, other than the names of skills and magic. More like modern knowledge meets fantasy world. Or like MC begins an early Renaissance for this world. Translation: 5/5. Translator also includes many footnotes for those interested in Japanese words or historical info.

[[5/5 = Minor spelling and grammar errors. 4/5 = occasional serious grammar errors, may need to reread sentences, but no loss of meaning. 3/5 = common serious grammar errors, some loss of meaning, but no loss of overall story. 2/5 = difficult to read, difficulty understanding parts of scenes. 1/5 entire scenes unreadable.]]

Issues: Once in a while, it can get preachy about politics and philosophy. Historical quotes comes mostly from Machiavelli, Sun Tsu, and Romance of the 3 Kingdoms. These are common, but usually only up to a few sentences. Can skim over the longer ones without missing out on the meaning or action of the chapter. Some chapters can be cheesy or uninteresting to some readers, like a cooking or American Idol chapter. The "real world" problems that MC tries to solve and his solutions are a bit simplified. Hard to believe a university student would know so much about urban planning, politics, history, etc, and apply them in real situations right away; but this is a fantasy story.

Recommendation: 4 stars. Written well, interesting characters although some aren't well developed. Interesting scenarios and problems/solutions. Fans of nation building will probably enjoy this. However, some people who are not fans may find the rest (harem, romance, large scale battle, limited personal fighting) not enough to keep reading. Even if it's not the most interesting read, the author's writing and the translation are very smooth. Minus half star for occasional preachiness and cheesiness. Minus half star because may appeal to just a limited audience. IMPORTANT: NEED TO BE OK WITH HEAVY EMPHASIS ON NATION BUILDING AND LIMITED ON TYPICAL FANTASY STUFF.

[[5 star means most readers will enjoy, the rest will probably not think it a waste of time. 4 star means majority of readers will enjoy, but the rest will be hit or miss whether they thought it was worth their time. 3 star means hit or miss on whether a reader will enjoy, hit or miss for whether anyone thought was worth their time. 2 star means a niche audience might enjoy, the rest will probably find it not worth the time. 1 star means even the niche audience may not enjoy.]]

Other: The English license of the LN has been picked up by an online publisher. They are now starting on LN v1. The primary independent translator paused for a few weeks during December 2016, but has posted that he has contacted the publisher and he will likely continue translating this WN at least through v4. <<less
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Aurega
Aurega rated it
December 11, 2016
Status: v3c5 part5
A good kingdom building novel with tons of references to both real world history with examples from the asian eras like the Sengoku Era and Romance of the Three Kingdom, with a sprinkling of ideas from Machiavellianism and Sun Tzu. Pace is fairly slow, but the worldbuilding is decent and there is an actual story. Unfortunately, there is a novel out there that does everything this novel does, except better - Release the Witch. The main cons in this novel are the characters - they are pidgeonholed into typical japanese... more>> stereotypes which severely cripples the character development, leaving several characters feeling artificial. There's basically times where characters act unnaturally just so they would stay true to the character stereotypes. Another con is that the author simply assumes that a medieval world with magic will react exactly like the modern japanese society to everything that happens which leads to a lot of deus ex machinae situations where the MC can perfectly predict the reaction to a policy every single time, and will never fail (so far). The only exceptions to this is when the author decides that Machiavellianism should apply (it's completely random), which leads to a world that feels very plastic and out of place.

Edit: The one dimensionalness of characters is getting worse and worse while the nation building and applying modern knowledge seems to have been put in the back burner in favor of modern politics. Going down from 4 to 3 stars. <<less
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OddJobs
OddJobs rated it
September 22, 2016
Status: v3c3 part2
One of the best novels that I've read. The girls in the harem aren't like bumbling idiots who wants to f*ck the MC but they have various personalities that won't irritate the readers because of their idiotic acts and the romance between the MC and female lead is well written nothing feels for there a good pacing in the development. One of the best world building/kingdom building novel.
Even though this is a transported to another world series the MC isn't an idiot and has a pragmatic way of thinking... more>> unlike the other MC's of other series that you can already guess what he/she will do or act.

Not much action but worth the read. <<less
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kaluk1321
kaluk1321 rated it
September 22, 2016
Status: v3c5 part2
EDIT: I gave this novel a 5 star rating before but let me correct this terrible mistake. The novel has become a full fledge harem novel, with shallow character development.

Now let me explain why I hate harem novels so much. The thing with them is that the characters are always made half assed, it has little to no development at all. The author has to make characters interactions and with harems, I believe is really hard to pull that off, since you have to develop many characters at the same... more>> time. Basically all harems I ever read I felt that the characters were really shallow. And I had the same issue with this novel. The more this novel distanced itself from the kingdom building theme and delved itself in 'idols' theme, and 'harem' theme, the more I hated it. If you want a really good kingdom building novel I can only recommend 'Release That Witch'. <<less
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