Lonely Attack on the Different World (LN)


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Haruka, a loner in High School was suddenly summoned to a different world. When Haruka realized it, God was standing before him with a catalog of Skills for him to choose to help him survive in the Different World. However, they were selected on a first come first serve basis, and the Cheat skills had all been picked by his classmates!?

Haruka only got the awkward left over skills, and couldn’t form a party because of his Loner skill. Even in this Different World, he has to adventure by himself. And then, he learned that his classmates were in danger and decided to save them, heading down the path of becoming strongest without relying on Cheat skills── the debut of the attack on the Different World by the strongest loner begins!

Associated Names
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Hitoribocchi no Isekai Kouryaku
Lonely Life in the Different World
Loner Life in Another World (LN)
Related Series
Lonely Attack on the Different World (WN) (Web Novel)
Recommendation Lists
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
07/11/20 Skythewood v1 part8
07/04/20 Skythewood v1 part7
06/27/20 Skythewood v1 part6
06/20/20 Skythewood v1 part5
06/13/20 Skythewood v1 part4
06/06/20 Skythewood v1 part3
05/30/20 Skythewood v1 part2
05/23/20 Skythewood v1 part1
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DimaShishandra rated it
June 14, 2020
Status: v1c4
It's a nice comedy. There are a lot of jokes with some memes use so you probably will not get all of them.

Can't say about plot but there are always some changes let's and character development. MC is a bit idiotic but not s*upid, same you can say about side characters.

Overall it's worth reading but be prepared to super long chapters
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Tenome rated it
September 18, 2022
Status: v4
Edit: v4 is really bad, and made me drop it. Volume is almost entirely just dungeon crawling with the same jokes over and over again, pacing all over the place. Dropped a star and dropped it here.

This volume finally made me drop the series, which is a shame because I enjoyed v1-v3 for the most part. V3 ended on a dramatic note, and set the stage for a larger plot with our lead "Loner" MC (who isn't actually a loner, and hasn't been one since midway through v1 when he... more>> acquired a harem consisting of damn near the entire female class body) basically becoming the benefactor of a large fortified duchy. So what does v4 follow with?


Dungeon grinding. And boy, is there a lot of it. As I turned the page, only to find another god damn chapter where our MC takes the gaggle of useless female classmates down to the dungeon, I found myself asking "how long has this filler been going on for?" When I checked the e-reader's progress %, I was already halfway through the book. Half the book gone, and not a single thing of consequence has happened. Oh, our MC got a new mascot party member in the form of a cute slime, but the rest of what I read is the same situations playing out over and over again. The harem that follows him around berates and demands things of him (in a humorous tone of course), MC is a complete doormat who can't say no to anyone, the classmates are apparently lvl 90 and are still useless in combat, the same jokes as usual being beaten to death, and the MC works late into the night basically inventing civilization for the small remote duchy he occupies. Is it finally over?

Nope, gotta go to the dungeon again to do some more filler combat. You can skip over half of this book and not miss a single thing (probably even more than that), and that tells me that the author has pacing issues. Most likely, he hit this roadblock and didn't know how to continue the story, so he just wrote whatever until he was able to cobble together whatever half-assed plot comes after 200+ pages of filler grinding. I no longer care to find out. This kind of fluff should've been left in the WN where it belongs, not taking up over 50% of a book.

Original review:
A really funny read, but it depends on your tolerance for manzai comedy. The MC is borderline insane, makes for an entertaining read but it can be frustrating or annoying if you're not into that kind of thing. However, the first half of volume 1 is an absolute slog to get through because it's your typical isekai stat grinding crap. Once he finally reunites with his classmates, it picks up. <<less
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Plue rated it
July 5, 2020
Status: c2
Well written, excellently translated.

Ignore the part about no cheat skills in the description, he's got a boat load.

The MC isn't excessively a likable character. It is rather annoying his harping on getting the short end of the stick, when he can't realize he has a mouthful of diamond spoons, or perhaps mouthful of gold spoons compared to his classmates diamond spoon each?
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pokekevin rated it
June 24, 2022
Status: v1
Extremely strange semi-absurdist comedy about an isekai'd person who works on insane troll logic and a strange, autistically written halfway point between a generic power fantasy and a

unreliable narrator-driven mystery story

. I can't recommend it because the meat of the work is tr*sh and the good parts aren't really worth it and the comedy is way too inconsistent to actually bring out any laughs, but maybe a fun read if you bash your head against the wall a few times before doing so.
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