My Death Flags Show No Sign of Ending


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When he came to his senses, Hirasawa Kazuki, a normal university student, found himself in possession of the body of a game’s character. Moreover, it was Harold Stokes, the story’s most hated character who was even given the title 『King of trash』by the players. Myriads of landmines are just waiting for him to step on them, like death flags! Will Harold be able to clear the survival route while avoiding the countless death flags in his way?!

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Ore no Shibou Flag ga Todomaru Tokoro wo Shiranai
내 사망플래그가 그칠 줄 모른다
Related Series
Akuyaku Reijo Ni Koi Wo Shite (17)
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The Amber Sword (11)
Trash of the Count’s Family (9)
Dungeon Defense (8)
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hacknack rated it
February 24, 2019
Status: c62
In my opinion this is one of the best Japanese novels about villain main characters.

The story is not a masterpiece or a genuine one but it has unique characteristics, like how the main character trying to stick the main plot or how he always talks like the original villain character despite himself not wanting too, from reading the comments I thought they were not good settings to the plot but after I read the novel they were surprisingly consistent with novel and loved these ideas.

The novel is a mix of... more>> funny, serious and heart breaking moments.

My advice is to read the first 15 chapters before voicing your opinions. <<less
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Azure_1802 rated it
December 24, 2018
Status: --
I think the novel is interesting though it is confusing at the same time.

The author tends to repeat a phrase over and over. For example, when the MC decided to do something, the reasons of doing so were repeated several times with rephrasing sentences and altering words. It makes me feel bored so sometime I have to skim through certain paragraphs to skip repetitions.
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sneha rated it
November 28, 2018
Status: --
I wouldn't say it's a worthless novel. The concept of the character Harold Stokes is good, but it did become a bit extreme and hard to digest after a while. But two volumes was the limit for me. I wanted to read more, but unfortunately, the author took it rather lax from Vol 3, shifting the narrative arbitrarily without care for the settings already created or the characters that were represented the narrative until then.

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the so called last boss Justus abruptly appeared in the third volume and our overpowered protagonist became a pawn under his thumb, with little complaint or resistance. The narrator became unreliable and the basic framework of the plot shifted entirely.

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Windome rated it
September 25, 2017
Status: c89
I was surprised when I began reading this. I thought it would just be another fantasy setting with the main feature of rom-com and harem. But it was nice to find a gem here, this writer certainly should be praised for their hard work. It is well thought out and very good. Although the plot is cliche and rather simple, it makes a good foundation for this roller-coaster of intrigue. The main character has faults, obstacles he must overcome, and weaknesses. But despite this he is strong, he is op... more>> but not in a tiresome way. The translators also take great care to do the writer justice and give attention to the details, such as the flow of the story and grammar. Definitely a great read, I'd recommend this anyone.

The main character's bad mouth is actually kinda funny to me, partly because what Japanese people think rude speech to be is really, actually pretty lenient, but also he can't ever get across what he really means creating some funny misunderstandings and situations. While this is somewhat frustrating (when you're sympathizing with him) but it makes the main character go through hardship that his otherwise cheat existence wouldn't allow, giving him depth. <<less
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April 8, 2017
Status: c61
The novel is great although there are some of the familiar Japanese novels. It is pretty different in term of the characters and development. There are two version one written in multiple character pov and one in your typical 3rd person. Although the 3rd person Is okay I personally find the pov one much more enjoyable because it's makes the novel kind or unique and it gives better character development. I can only hope that someone would eventually translate the 3rd person chapter to the pov
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Leon hart rated it
December 6, 2016
Status: c46
A masterpiece among masterpiece.

Best novel I have ever read in my life, I have read almost all of highest level ratings novels but I will still point out this novel as my best and favorite.

It's perfect-like-series and naturally deserves 5 star rating except from smartass-wannabes who still gonna bring some trivial non-existent nonsense and rate it lower since this masterpiece may not match there taste
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lekhoa88 rated it
November 29, 2016
Status: v2c36
The story is great. The only downside is that MC's split personality (or the fact that he can't control his mouth) seems to fall into the typical Japanese Tsundere Tropes, which is a big turn off for me. I can't really get behind the logic of MC not being able to control his own mouth. This novel would be 5-star if not for the split personality.
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chencking rated it
September 19, 2016
Status: c21
It is a good read. Instead of using a goofy MC like many other of stories of this genre have done, the author instead uses the Harold's (the MC) foul mouth to affect the game's events.

The first few chapters are too technical and Harold's mouth excessive making the chapters a chore to read, (after the first 2-3 chapters I just skimmed until the heroine appeared) but around chapter 6 or 7 the story picks up and becomes interesting. Harold's mouth mellows, and the chapters become more decisive.

If those... more>> first few chapters weren't such a struggle, I would of given this a 5/5, but they are so 4/5. <<less
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MondoX rated it
April 27, 2016
Status: --
It is not as great as the ratings depict this series, but it is still an enjoyable novel. The MC takes over the body of the of a game's main villain, but tries to find ways to prevent his death and help people while playing the villain.
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