Tenkomori: The Homecoming Club Conquers Another World

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“I have a home to go back to.”

Mori Tenko is the self-proclaimed ace of the going-home club. He tries to set a new record on his usual route home from school, but gets hit by a truck when he tries to save a strange puppy.

Then he’s picked up by a fat old man who calls himself a god, and is sent to a different world called Veriathes, where swords, magic, and skills rule the world, and where he is told to live out his life cheerfully and happily.

As soon as he arrives there, Norimi is subjected to a harsh baptism. Realizing that the world is not easy, he throws himself into battle, training himself to survive and protect his place in the world.

This is the story of a young man who later became known as the Lord of the Deep Temple and shook the world.

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Tenkomori: The Going-Home Club Conquers Another World
Tenkomori ~ Kitaku-bu, Isekai wo Seiku
てんこもり ~帰宅部、異世界を征く
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Eisvarith Devirea
Eisvarith Devirea rated it
June 27, 2022
Status: v3c156
That was a twist. Don't be fooled by the first 50 boring chapters. Even if the translation is so bad, you just want to bleach your eyes. Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are just mere distractions; the real thing began in Vol. 4, which by the time I type this review still hasn't been released. The world's development is what I would call it during the three volumes.

Characters, dude, you won't believe just how awesome it was. They are amazing. The author did a good job writing this. You won't... more>> realize just how deep everyone in the story goes until you've finished reading the series. See, the MC is a 'typical' modern Japanese person. Being reincarnated into a world in medieval times as a noble without any hardship is just obviously absurd. But the author just did exactly that. He disguised the MC or worked with the entire series based off of being your typical Japanese. And thus, the whole premise was hidden in the eyes of a Japanese, all beautiful butterflies, and when we hit a sad chapter, it would be raining thunder, and when it's time for a lesson, it's just a color of vibrant summer complete with your cicada background noises (or maybe a spring?). Because of it, it makes it harder for readers to make out the developments happening to the characters; after all, you only read what the MC tells you to read and what the MC tells you to know (the MC's lenses, if that is even a thing). Changing perspective or viewpoint is not even a thing in the series, and the author didn't even give out any hint. Or maybe I'm just too s*upid to notice that.

MC, you won't believe just how exhilarating his growth as both a person and a noble has been. While typing this, I don't want to give any impression that gives out too much hype, as I am not a pro reviewer or something like that, but still. The MC is your typical normal Japanese, but not the ones other novels have portrayed, but based off of reality. Again, you won't notice this during the three volumes, but at the end of Vol. 3, you'll realize that something was off. The world felt much more clear and explained than before, that the thing you just ride, the MC's perspective doesn't quite match those of other people around him. The MC in this series is truly the one I adore the most. And just pure applause to the author; I've been quite had. Dang, that was a major rollercoaster. I wish I would have known this sooner, but then again, it is what makes me enjoy it.

Cheats, don't even think about it. Because it's just no different than having a blessing called 'all-rounder'. He is blessed with every attribute, but the effort to gain those powers is up to him. And you might think he won all the battles, but that's not quite true. The A-rank adventurer in the world of Tenkomori is not your usual goody-two-shoes kind of person. To put it bluntly, they are monsters. And he's not OP; he faced one in Vol. 2, but he just fought to buy time and escape, not unscathed, and that's all. There is also that guy Klaus, and the MC couldn't even win the duel with him with the difference in level being 10 (Klaus is higher in level), more or less.

Story, 10/10. I recommend everyone just either wait for a better translation or go straight and read the raw. And I have something I must be honest about: the first 30 chapters were a struggle. Quite literally, I dozed off a bunch of times; it is just that boring. But who knows? Maybe someone else would find it more endearing, fun, and suit to their taste than me.

Btw, the author releases new volumes every 5–6 months. It's quite saddening, yes, but the thing he wrote is a masterpiece! And I say that is fair. <<less
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