I, the Sacrifice, Somehow Killed the Evil God (WN)


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When Elt learns that his childhood friend has been chosen as a sacrifice to the evil god, he heads to the evil god to take her place.

Then he comes face to face with the evil god, but he activates his “Inventory” skill and survives the evil god’s attack.

Elt then destroyed the evil god with a counter attack. He grabbed the treasure that the evil god had stored up, the [Divine Sword Borumunk] and tried to return to the city, but the magic circle he has used to come here couldn’t teleport him back.

He has no choice but to escape from the evil god’s home and return to the village, but he finds out that the evil god’s home is quite far away from the village.

Will he be able to return to the village and meet his childhood friend?

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Ikenie ni Natta Ore ga Nazeka Jashin wo Horoboshite Shimatta Ken
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I, the Sacrifice, Somehow Killed the Evil God (LN) (Light Novel)
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    Fluffums rated it
    June 25, 2021
    Status: --
    Pretty much standard fare for "Everyone thought I was useless but I turned out to be OP and then life was smooth sailing" type of story. It stands out a little bit early on for the start for a more proactive protagonist but quickly settles into the usual mediocrity of "every woman loves him so every man is jealous of him, and he's OP so there's nothing he can't solve with his skill and the OP items he has". If you like that sort of thing, you'll like the novel,... more>> and if you hate that, you'll hate it. <<less
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    LTigh rated it
    November 10, 2021
    Status: c88
    Early bits were fun snack-reading and enjoyable for both the intended and unintended comedy.

    Later chapters after


    The reunion between MC and [Childhood Fren]


    start to suffer from the typical harem tropes of "I won't lose" and MC's mind-shattering denseness. Side-developments not related to the "OP MC's Harem Misadventures" keep things interesting... for now.

    We'll see if things get better or worse after this.
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    piisfun rated it
    August 9, 2021
    Status: c34
    Honestly, for the most part this story is mostly fun and a bit of fluff.

    The problem is that the author used an overly heavy handed reason to keep the main character from meeting his childhood friend that feels extremely unnatural within the environment.
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    Xrath rated it
    January 29, 2022
    Status: c12
    Let me preface this by saying that I generally like this kind of dumb OP harem story, even if the writing usually isn't all that great.

    However, this story hasn't presented a single character that actually has a personality so far, nor have they had a single interesting interaction yet. Everyone has been a bland, flat character that maybe has a single defining trait if they're lucky. Now, relatively flat characters can be fine if they're used properly, and that relies on the interactions and dialogue being well done enough to... more>> establish an interesting vibe. The problem being that thus far every bit of dialogue has felt incredibly stiff and unnatural. The dialogue isn't compensating for how flat the characters are, instead it's exacerbating it.

    Just as an example of what I'm talking about I'll leave a bit of dialogue that comes literally right after these two characters first meet.


    「You must be Elt. I’m Phil, the son of the chief. I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for saving my sister this time.」

    「No, don’t worry about it. I’m just grateful that you let me stay here.」

    I couldn’t have gotten to where I am without her help.

    「More importantly, Elt. You’re pretty dirty, aren’t you?」

    Phil said, his brow furrowing.

    「There’s still time before the party starts. There’s a hot spring here that’s known as a secret hot spring. If you want, you can go there and get cleaned up.」

    「Well, I’ll take your word for it.」


    Note that I didn't cut out any inner monologue to make my point or anything like that, it's actually just that dry. It literally reads like some disjointed video game dialogue, like when you have to pick options from a wheel, but none of them really feel right for the situation.

    As a whole, the story feels like a dry summary of events. While the world could possibly be interesting, it makes absolutely no effort to actually draw you into the world with its writing. <<less
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    Blackrabbit0634 rated it
    November 9, 2021
    Status: c54
    Bad fast-pacing, cringey developments, female characters lusts for MC way too fast, yep that's correct lust not love. POV changes have bad timings. There are very few descriptions of the places so its hard for me to imagine what kind of place MC has been into. And so far any characters has no likable traits, or maybe everything is too generic.
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    Klein rated it
    August 18, 2021
    Status: c46
    It's good if you take it as what it is, a harem, overpowered MC, comedy. I'm generous because I didn't expect anything, and finally it was funny to read.
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    Dobber1k rated it
    February 13, 2023
    Status: c97
    Pretty terrible. Even only saying that much will give you a more satisfied feeling than what you will gain from wasting a day reading this.

    the MC is bland. He’s s*upid. He doesn’t think. Repeats himself often. Which I can’t decide if it’s the translator or the author. But it’s full of it. To often common knowledge isn’t obviously common enough. He has a backbone about 3 times in 100 chapters. Otherwise he’s just parroting what others say or being confused.

    translation is shit. It just is.

    female heroines confessed to him and... more>> he doesn’t even have the chance to be a dense MC but don’t worry. He’ll listen and it won’t be brough up again in a constructive way. Only to remind the MC that he’s terrible and this novel is shit.

    Kills someone. Someone has keys. “Man I can’t get out of this barrier”. MC wrecks the barrier to leave. 80 chapters later turns out he had the key the whole time and he had given it away.

    his inventory gives light descriptions and can show alot of info, but for whatever reason only on things that matter very little.

    min the beginning slot of things seem to have great purpose or be significant but after that they won’t be brought up again.

    MC has an inventory and holds enough special items to be rich, or raise stats like s*upid amounts. Or powers that can beat gods. Never uses any of them. Pretty much a one and done.

    Queen spirit of wind? You’re in a competition where you’re betting someone’s ass and you’re shooting bow? Nah just magically let her be unavailable. S*upid.

    I honestly kept reading just because I was bored, but seriously. Out of the last 100 I’ve read worst. Hands down. <<less
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