I was Summoned to Another World, but Also Called Useless and Kicked Out. ~This World was Easy Mode for Me~


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One day, high school student Yuki Haruto was suddenly summoned as a hero to another world — together with his whole class.

Once it was revealed that he had received neither the Gift granted to heroes nor the Hero title, the princess that summoned Haruto’s group had him removed from the group and “accompanied” out of the castle, since “someone useless would simply get in the way”.

As soon as Haruto left the town, one of the princess’s knights attempted to kill him, by the order of the princess.

The knight had stabbed Haruto, and he lost consciousness, waking up in the presence of a god. The god apologized for forgetting to grant him a gift and gave him “cheat” abilities such as the skill to create any skill he wished—

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Isekai Shoukan Saretara Munou to Iware Oidasaremashita. ~Kono Sekai wa Ore ni Totte Easy Mode deshita~
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Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou (WN) (1)
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06/18/21 Shin Translations v2 short
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05/03/21 Shin Translations v2c14.5
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03/12/21 Shin Translations v2c8
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Shellman rated it
September 3, 2020
Status: c3
In just three chapters:

    • The kind class pres (hero) and the main girl which are presented as really good people, are nice (read gullible) enough to immediately accept helping the kingdom and people that they don't know, but don't change their decision when they hear MC predicts about being kicked out of castle and city just because of lack of skills, despite the other 40 people bringing enough merit to kingdom. I mean why bother helping your classmate, when you can help the people that kicked him out, right? As long as the author says you're good, you're good.
    • The kingdom is pitiful enough to kill one skill-less person out of 41 people, despite others having good skills. They don't care that it might have negative impact on MC's companions. And they just randomly think it's better to kill him when he is obediently leaving them, because why not? We should just hate the kingdom so let's make them cartoonishly evil.
    • The MC's struggles and desperations last an amazing... 10 seconds at most because he now possesses the biggest cheats incomparable to his other classmates, even the hero. He can just create skills on the spot. Thanks to that we don't even have time to connect with MC's feeling. They all feel cheap. He is already strong enough. Waaay more than strong enough! the only thing that awaits us is him getting some chicks every few chapters.
    • MC : This time-space magic is divine grade, better not show it to anyone. MC 30 second later : let's heal these guys with another divine grade magic and don't make up some lies about him not being the one healing them after they regain consciousness. also let's show them space-time magic. I mean, why almost every jap MC is so much of a ret*rd?
It's not really that hard to make a little more effort at the start of the story. I don't expect masterpieces, but at least make the MC's motivation, circumstances and actions a little more acceptable. It's the foundation of your story.

Clearly I'm dropping this.
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Shell23 rated it
January 3, 2021
Status: v1c18
I don't understand the hate this particular light novel receives. Yes, it follows the generic template for a Japanese isekai light novel. It probably does so for a reason. My guess, as a published author, is that you won't get your isekai light novel published in Japan unless it actually falls some what into the template of what a Japanese isekai story is supposed to be.

Getting publish can actually be pretty darn hard, no matter what genre, so as an author you tend to play by the rules until you... more>> get well known enough to not have to play by the rules any longer.

This is not the best light novel ever written, nor is it the worst. The translation is not the worst either. The story is pretty generic, the writing is about on par for the genre. I still enjoy it enough that I've read the chapters thus far. Personally I read Japanese light novels when I go to work, or shall I say when I used to be able to go to work. Stories like these are about light enough for the occasion.

I mean, you are definitely reading the wrong genre if you expect nobel prize winning writing, if you do then google "list of nobel prize winners authors" and go crazy, otherwise, when reading a Japanese isekai, expect a Japanese isekai... <<less
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GreenRiver rated it
February 15, 2021
Status: v2c4
Generally speaking, this is a good LN. Good translation, pace, plot, etc. It's fairly light-hearted despite how the story starts. It's more a story about exploring a new world than revenge.

Most of the negative reviews are because this is a fairly generic isekai where the MC gains absurd power very quickly. But #1, I like isekai, and yes this is fairly typical, but not every story needs some massive strange spin. #2, he does gain power very quickly, in other LN the "gaining power" portion would probably take up 20... more>> to 80% of the story, this story has a plot that basically skips that. If you like the "gaining power" parts of the story the best, then you probably won't like this.


After the MC is killed for not having a cheat skill, the god that transferred him realizes his mistake and allows him to pick his own cheat as an apology. Picking a cheat to make cheats is kinda', well, cheating. But hey, the genie never said he couldn't wish for more wishes!


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iagainsti120 rated it
November 20, 2020
Status: v1c17
If you just want something fun to read this is it. Dont take everything so seriously. All 1 star reviews need to take a chill pill.
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TamaSaga rated it
September 1, 2020
Status: --
It might get better, but after reading the first 3 chapters my current impressions are exactly as I would expect given the synopsis above. I.e. MC didn't suffer that much of a loss and somehow ended up with a ridiculous amount of power.

So what if he died? Transmigrators get hit by Truck-kun all the time.

So what if he was being bullied? That's the justification for god giving him anything that he desires? And then he uses that to wish for more wishes? The instant he uses his... more>> new skill creation ability to create the Parallel Thought skill (which normally doesn't show up until late in the game), I flipped the table.

It's too convenient...I can't continue.


I love overpowered stories, but this MC possesses a Drama Queen personality that makes me want to straight-out slug him if I ever met him on the street.

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Kdv210 rated it
February 12, 2021
Status: --
I understand the thoughts of all his reviewers, keep in mind that most Japanese creations have their MC in a bit of low self esteem, and some of them are perverted, it is the cause of their society in why such characters exist, alot of this authors aren't really that good at social interactions like the western world.

If you like MC that are more open minded and less passive, then try Korean.

For Chinese? Well that is quite full of Chinese propaganda most of the times and have scheming mc's in... more>> a lot of them.

Then again, its the culture or social structure of their country that heavily influences this MC.

Thats why I kind of don't like Japanese isekai because of their: Passiveness, denseness, and most above all cowardice hidden in false bravery. <<less
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Sir Laffsalot rated it
November 18, 2020
Status: v1c12
This LN doesn't even deserve 1 star, but gotta give it that to at least bring the ratings down. This is the s*upidest, dumbest, most asinine piece of garbage that I've ever had the displeasure to lay my eyes on. I'm dumping it here.

Where the hell is the Shounen genre tag? This is definitely something that you would find in the library of an Elementary School, maybe a Middle School (but highly doubt that). As mentioned, it is definitely Shounen, as it is a direct copycat of almost every other... more>> Shounen novel ever written (I hate shounen, as they are all just copycats of each other, with maybe one original thing). It is a melting pot of cliches from every other Shounen Isekai novel out there. And like I said, the level of s*upidity is totally unreal. I feel completely emasculated. I'm going to have to go to the emergency room to get stitches now from banging my head on the table so much. The interrogation of bandits bit was the dumbest damned bit of writing I've ever seen in my 50+ years of life, and was the straw that broke this camel's back - I stopped right there to write this review, and dump it.

If there is something good I can say about this one,

eh, something good -

something good

Well, the translating and editing is pretty good. If I were an English teacher, and grading it, I guess I'd give it a B+. Sorry, but it's not good enough to give another star. Well, it is, but that's just how bad this novel is, so it doesn't make up for it.

I VERY highly do NOT recommend. But, there are a lot of people who LOVE garbage like this, so to them, I say, "Enjoy." <<less
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sjmcc13 rated it
February 3, 2021
Status: v2c2
Not for everyone, but what is. Seriously some of these reviews need to understand that.

This is a "loser " protagonist that becomes OP in a fantasy world that is popular in japan, due to their culture and comparative society. There are some comedy elements (... more>>

the s-rank adventurers seem to be comic relief, on top of being massively powerful killing machines

) but if you can enjoy that it is a decent read.

MC is summoned but missed by the god giving everyone cheats, so gets nothing.

The summoning nation because appearances and reputation IS a thing, especially at their levels, decides to get rid of him to not tarnish their rep with this "failure". So they ask MC to leave, which he accepts and then have some knights murder him once he has left the city.

Though when they tell the class that he died since they did not bring back a body several of the non-bullies in his class decide to not give up hope, and look for him when they get a chance, after their 1 month dungeon training the "heroes" are sent to journey the summoning kingdom for 3 months, and those classmates chose to start by going to the town MC was headed for, and it seems likely there is enough breadcrumbs for them to follow due to various incidents


The God who gave everyone their cheats picks MC up close to death, apologizes for missing him, and offers to make it up by giving him the cheats he desires. This leads to an OP MC, though he is not super strong immediately, he does grow very fast.

MC eventually reaches the town he was headed to when he left the castle, and decided to become an adventurer. Wanting revenge on the summoning nation (they did try to murder him) he decided to leave and gain strength.

On the way (he moves from city to city by taking escort quests, which are a perfect cover for traveling to another country under any radar, though he stands out a bit to much partly due to his lack of info on the worlds standards, doing things like trivially killing extremely strong monsters)

He picks up the first Female companion (silver haired girl on the cove, the other cover girl

is the princess of the nation he travels to, he saves her maid from some "ruffians" and she tracks him down to thank him for doing so, then he saves her from an assassination attempt making the royals like him

) along the way, and agrees to help her grow in strength. <<less
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scribbledoutname rated it
December 23, 2020
Status: v2 Ch8
Can't say I agree with these reviews. Nothing new so far, but the story is at least a fun read. I like that the MC is mentally prepared to kill his enemies and get revenge on ... more>>

the royalty who tricked him and the knights who left him for dead.

I'm sick of this recent spat of spineless JP MCs who can't even muster the desire to retaliate when a douchey side character craps all over them. Whether or not the MC actually follows through on his urge for revenge has yet to be seen, though.

Some people have complained about the MC not using his skill creation cheat to solve all of his problems, but this may not actually be possible. Since the MC can't create unique skills, it seems likely that he's just granting himself abilities from a huge pool of pre-existing "normal" skills. Skills like "create infinite money" or "take me home" (for example) probably don't exist. I can see such things falling into the realm of unique skills, in the same way that the MC's unique abilities were willed into existence when

the god healed him and sent him back.

So, yeah.

The author should really have addressed this stuff, but eh, whatever. It's not a deal breaker and (like I said) I'll be happy as long as the MC actually gets some satisfying revenge in the end. <<less
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DeirdreH rated it
April 13, 2021
Status: v2c12
What if Superman didn't have any super villains to fight, so he instead he spent all his time writing parking tickets and fining people for littering? If that sounds like your idea of great entertainment then read this novel to learn how it turns out.

There's nothing new in this novel if you're read similar stories. The author fills in the checklist of standard tropes in a way that is simultaneously competent and bland.

Plot holes abound, starting with the fact that the god who gave him the skills apparently bestowed him... more>> with more power than he actually possesses, or else his claim that gods were limited in that world was a lie. The main character wasn't given skills, he was promoted to a minor deity and then turned loose on the world with no goals or instructions and nothing more than a cursory suggestion to avoid becoming an evil one.

That could be a cool story of the author gave him a suitable stage on which to act, challenges to overcome appropriate for his abilities, or at the very least satisfyingly evil villains to curb stomp, but at least so far none of that has happened in this novel.

It's hard to see where this story will go from here. The MC theoretically has a vow to take revenge for the betrayal at the beginning of the story but at this point his standing in the world has raised so much and the people he would take revenge on are so pathetically weak in comparison to him that he'd just look like a bully if he did anything to them now. All that aside, the novel can't really be called bad because the execution of the plot, such as it is, is handled competently and might be enjoyable to someone who hasn't read dozens of variations on this basic theme already. <<less
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DanzaiYamaxanadu rated it
September 17, 2020
Status: v1c5
Well, so far (5 chapters in) it's your standard fanfare: class gets summoned, the MC being the weakest member of the party gets kicked out and in a turn of events receives his OP endgame god-tier buff. The author establishes that a) the MC wants to go back to earth, sort of, so that's his primary motivation right there, BUT b) the MC is also free to basically do ANYTHING he pleases. At least as long as he doesn't threaten the existence of the world itself and go on a... more>> genocidal rampage. God also points out that people have previously managed to return from where they were summoned though he conveniently has no idea how. Considering the MC can technically create any skill he needs and wants to return home at some point there's your first major glaring plothole all served to you in the first 3 chapters or so. I mean, even if he can't straight up just, like, create a skill that allows him to return home finding out how it's possible should be a walk in the park.

Whether it's worth getting into the story entirely hinges on whether the MC gets any real character development down the road (LOL), additional secondary characters show up that aren't just cardboard cutout harem members (the cover suggests me otherwise), how the worldbuilding is handled (if at all) and finally how the inevitable reunion with his classmates and revenge against the kingdom is executed.

The pacing is OK I guess since the plot is moving quickly along and the author doesn't drag the scenes out for too long, which also leads me to believe he won't bother much with elaborating on anything later either. <<less
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semperfi201 rated it
January 11, 2021
Status: c15
The writing on this one is just really bad. I don't even mind the plot and the story. It really reminded me of Garbage Brave but sadly, this one ain't fun and entertaining to read at all. If I were to describe it, it's like going to a corner store to buy some snacks. But just when you want to go out of your house suddenly you're already on the street halfway there. You're confused, why and how, then walk again for 1 minute and suddenly you're already in the... more>> corner shop holding the snacks you want and waiting in line in front of the cashier. You're confused again, why and how this is happening. Well, you get the point. This is that kind of novel. I can't even enjoy it by turning my brain off just because how bad the writing is. <<less
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NightRoad7110 rated it
October 15, 2020
Status: v1c9
after read to chapter 9 I sort this series same as Isekai smartphone

1: Overpowered Protagonist same as Isekai smartphone but can kill person, after protag gain op power he met merchant which lead him to town and sold his cloth to get more fund, he can do anything with his cheat.

different to isekai smartphone, he doesn't quickly get his harem and this have game like system
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Kirinori rated it
June 3, 2021
Status: v1c14
I seriously don't have much to say about this one. It's basically just another very cliche isekai novel where the main character gets crazy OP from chapter one.

There isn't much happening and it's mainly a slice of life with a bit of the other genres. Also, the main character is the typical contradictory one, that says I won't (or shouldn't) do this then *Proceeds to do it*.

The main character isn't afraid to finish off his opponents and isn't unbearable, so if you're new to isekai and like game elements and... more>> slice of life, give it a go, and if by chapter 11 you're not sold, give up.

As for those who don't like game elements, it's not that prevalent and if you don't like slice of life, I really don't recommend but if you still want to try it, I suggest you give it 3-5 chapters before you decide if you'll drop it or not.

That's about it, nothing else to say, I think it's a basic cliche isekai novel and it's fine, not good or anything above, just fine.

Edit: I just read one more chapter and it's getting annoying as the author forces a lot of unnecessary things to take place. So my score will be reduced.

2 is my score for this. <<less
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jayjay203 rated it
May 31, 2021
Status: v3
This novel feels like an Over the top low quality knock off of arifureta.

It sounds awful but it's alright, nothing is fleshed out like in most novels tagged as slice of life which is alittle disappointing though.

The MC isn't annoying as hell which adds an extra star to my rating.

Tl;Dr I can't say it's good, but enjoyable if you don't think to deeply
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pandamonius rated it
February 3, 2021
Status: c11
Had to stop. Couldn't take any more.

MC privately inner-monologues about how he needs to play it cool and not attract attention with his awesome powers, and then almost immediately turns around and shows off his awesome powers for no reason other than to impress strangers. This happens several times before I finally gave up.

Story had a bit of potential, but that killed it for me.
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