Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut

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Lux, who was a prince from the Empire that was destroyed five years ago due to the revolt, met with the princess of the new Kingdom, Lizsharte, by accidentally breaking into the bathroom of the girl’s dormitory.

“……How long are you planning to stare at my body, you fooooool!”

The ancient weapons found from the ruins, the Drag-Ride. Lux who was called the strongest Drag-Knight in the past was now known as the “Weakest Undefeated”, a Drag-Knight who doesn’t attack at all. After the duel that started by the challenge from Lizsharte, Lux ended up entering the girls’ school that raised Drag-Knights……!

Lux’s story where he is surrounded by the noble girls from the academy is about to unfold.

The “ultimate” academy fantasy battle where the right and the might cross passes now begins!

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Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle
最弱无败的神装机龙
最弱無敗の神装機竜《バハムート》
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11/28/19 bakapervert v19 afterword
11/28/19 bakapervert v19 epilogue
11/27/19 bakapervert v19c2
11/16/19 bakapervert v19c1
11/14/19 bakapervert v19 prologue
11/14/19 bakapervert v19 illustrations
06/22/19 bakapervert v18 afterword
06/22/19 bakapervert v18 epilogue
06/21/19 bakapervert v18c4
06/18/19 bakapervert v18c3
06/17/19 bakapervert v18c2
06/15/19 bakapervert v18c1
06/15/19 bakapervert v18 prologue
06/14/19 bakapervert v18 illustrations
02/23/19 bakapervert v17 afterword
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Seraph
Seraph rated it
September 3, 2016
Status: --
Your typical over accommodating OP Japanese main character. He lets people push him around and step on him because of some s*upid sense of "guilt" for something he had no control over. If you want to read about an op character that's practically a s*ave to everyone this is a good choice.
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Revilo
Revilo rated it
June 20, 2018
Status: v13c1
So the Anime ends in volume 5, if any of you are wondering. But because the climax is ended in volume 5 and I think It's a good story to end the anime on volume 5. I kinda understand why, but still... could have make it to 24 episodes or something.

Advice: If you already watch the anime, don't read the novel from volume 6. Read it from volume 1, since the anime skipped a lot so that the anime could finish in 13 episodes. I promise you guys, this story... more>> is worth to read. (Well... for harem fan I guess...) <<less
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Lachiel
Lachiel rated it
October 26, 2015
Status: --
While the setting is unique it's still not that amazing of a idea. The main plot though in each novel is great. The author seems to be doing the one female per volume thing which makes one hope it will end in a true harem ending.. But alas we all know all it goes. This novel has it's own waifu war in which if you don't pick Krulcifer you are wrong!.. (Kidding thats my own choice -cough) but anyways I do recommend this to anyone who likes haremy type... more>> novels and comedy bits that come with em. <<less
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dreminh
dreminh rated it
February 20, 2019
Status: v17c3
if you love Date a live you will like this, setting, story and character are pretty good but the MC have no development at all, like a ball got tossing around and rarely made his own decision. Fan translation is over the top and very enjoyable to read. Think getting way better after vol 6

Also anime adaptation is tr*sh so I recommend to read from vol 1 !
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Ionliosite
Ionliosite rated it
June 6, 2020
Status: v19 afterword
One advice to anyone who wants to start this series: start from Volume 1, doesn't matter if you watched the anime, it's better if you read the novel from the begining so you don't lose the insane amount of foreshadowing this series has. And please do me a favour and don't drop this novel unless you've read Volume 3, why you ask? Well, it's because Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut is the perfect definition of the "it gets better" mantra.

The first 2 volumes are very generic, with Lux being extremely overpowered... more>> and unrivaled. But then, the third volume shows a deeper plot, the characters start showing their true nature beyond that generic outside cover, and the battles go up a notch.

It is, however, the events between volumes 6 and 14 that truly show why I rate this series as a 5. Much more complex and compelling antagonists such as Singlen appear, Lux is constantly thrown against the ropes due to the new levels of threat he's fighting against, the girls are developed as individuals while their relationship with Lux moves forward, all the while the interesting mystery of the world's nature exists on the background.

And then volume 15 manages to top everything before it, giving us one of the most amazing battles I've ever seen on a light novel, explaining us who the main antagonist Fugil is, and setting a way darker tone that lets the political drama aspect the series had been scratching up to that point fully shine, with all the next volumes following from everything promised in here.

So despite starting as an apparently generic and unremarkable novel, the true nature of this series is an amazing political drama with epic battle scenes and antagonists that totally steal the show and your heart, all while giving us a harem with actually developing romantic bonds not only from the girls' side, but from Lux's as well. <<less
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