Mokushiroku Alice


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— Now, let’s kill the girl and save the world!

The world has been shattered. As a result of the most dreadful of diseases that afflicts only girls — the 《Labyrinth Disease》. That’s why the students are taking lessons. Lessons for the purpose of killing the girl. Learning magic, figuring out the map of the labyrinth, forming teams, and studying the weakness of the girl…… The time limit is 6 hours. If the girl isn’t killed within that time, then the world gets destroyed.

“I have no interest in the world at all so please spare me. Frankly, it’s really suffocating.” Together with the one who said these words, the most horrible protagonist in history, enter the world of whizzing magic and surging youth.

A school fantasy in labyrinth raiding, begins here!

Associated Names
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Apocalypse Alice
Mokushiroku Arisu
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Latest Release

v.3 c.Afterword by Baka-Tsuki (12-03-2014)
v.3 c.5-6 + Interlude 1-2 by Baka-Tsuki (12-03-2014)
v.3 c.4 by Baka-Tsuki (08-15-2014)
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Bib rated it
October 2, 2016
Status: v3c6
It's a really great story. When I read it on baka-tsuki's site, I was instantly hooked. Although the premise is kinda weird where they say that they need to kill girls in order to save the world, but the action and fight scenes are so thrilling and awesome. Each chapter leaves you stirring for more. It's rip-roaring. I'm sure others will enjoy it too.
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Kyo00 rated it
March 7, 2021
Status: v3c6
This is probably my personal favourite LN, it was the first one that I was really hooked on reading and I would read it again for the third time if I was asked to do so.

The setting is really good imo, modern world where the students take lessons like a soldier to kill a girl who got affected by a disease and got turned to a dungeon (or in this case a labyrinth) and the protagonist joined a school while he has a different purpose joining the school other than... more>> just "killing" the infected. Simple hook with no confusing or too deep plot that branches out.

One of the good thing that I can tell you is that while the protagonist acts like a scumbag, he's actually kind deep inside and also probably one of- if not have the most moral while talking about the diseased girl. Smart, reliable, throws a bit shade but have an underlying sadness while talking about the Labyrinth Disease which made you want to cheer him up and wish him to have a good happy end for him (not saying that the ending is gonna be bad).

Probably the thing that hooked me the most is the relationship between the Protagonist and the blonde Heroine (my bad I forgot the name, read it ages ago) it's just... good especially in volume 3.

This review might be a bit late since the translated chapters aren't available but you can still find it. If you're still doubting whether or not you want to read this. Please read the manga especially in chapter 7 you'll feel a bunch of emotions in that chapter, and of course one of the biggest hooks this series offers is the protagonist itself. <<less
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