The Dungeon Seeker


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Junpei Takeda, a high school student, is childhood friends with Noriko Tatsumiya and is bullied by Kido Shouta. One day, while bullying Junpei, they (Junpei, Tatsumiya, & Shouta) were suddenly summoned to a different world by the whim of “God”. Summoned Heroes with cheats, or so he thought. But it turns out Junpei’s stats were even worse than an average farmer. Tricked into a deathly labyrinth by the only one he trust, he walks the journey for revenge.

The Dungeon Seeker average rating 4/5 - 347 user ratings
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Related Series
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou (WN) (7)
Suterareta Yuusha no Eiyuutan (3)
Sevens (3)
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou (LN) (2)
The Trembling World (1)
Allusionist of Illusionary Recursion (1)

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Date Group Release
10/08/17 Paichun Translations v5 prologuev5 prologue
10/04/17 Paichun Translations v5 illustrationsv5 illustrations
09/30/17 Paichun Translations v4 epiloguev4 epilogue
08/21/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part6v4c6 part6
08/21/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part5v4c6 part5
08/19/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part4v4c6 part4
08/09/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part3v4c6 part3
08/08/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part2v4c6 part2
07/26/17 Paichun Translations v4c6 part1v4c6 part1
07/06/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part6v4c5 part6
07/05/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part5v4c5 part5
07/04/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part4v4c5 part4
07/03/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part3v4c5 part3
06/22/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part2v4c5 part2
06/11/17 Paichun Translations v4c5 part1v4c5 part1
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New sgrey rated it
November 1, 2017
Status: v5
It starts similar to Arifureta, but it is a much darker novel. Pretty much any gruesome thing you can imagine is in here. The story itself is not that great and it's too dark for me. The writing is poor, most of the characters are murderers and rapists. Every single battle is exactly the same: someone sees MC and thinks he is a wimp, talks to him in condescending tone and them MC kills them in a gruesome way. The only thing this novel has is just gore, nothing else.
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New EvilGenesis666 rated it
October 30, 2017
Status: v5 prologue
First of all, let me say this novel isn't for the people with a weak heart. With that being said, you can expect horrific depictions of cruelty being shown.

The world is extremely dark and almost everyone is evil and being a douche to others not because he gets any benefit but just because he can. I haven't seen a collective consciousness of humanity so evil in any other novel (not even in GADW, and worst of humans were eating babies there, here it's a common thing). Beside humans killing and... more>> torturing each other, they treat every other intellectual and humanoid race worse than animals with their reasoning being : ''We allowed you to live, so we can do whatever we want with you.''

The novel is very edgy and dark, and the only reason I rated it with 3 stars is because of the mysteriousness and foreshadowing that is thrown often and the MC - he is one of the most well done ruthless characters here. He stays consistent, actually has a reason to transform from a naive high-schooler to a killer and doesn't get fazed by seduction, cruelty, etc... Also, I don't see him getting any kinder for the foreseeable future, as he knows that the world he is in is sh*t and nearly everyone is a scumbag. But even after all that, he still has emotions and can show kindness and love to someone who he is close with (though that's very rare). <<less
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Doventanzer rated it
December 10, 2016
Status: v1c8
This is pretty bad. Not even in a funny way, just all around pretty mediocre.

- The MC does not have much of a personality, he is your standard 'isekai protagonist with a female childhood friend who is transported with his classmates into a different world to be a cheat-skill hero only to not have any cheat-skills or stats'

- The MC doesn't act, he only ever reacts. Instead of working towards any kind of goal, he just meanders along until something happens to him.

- Inconsistent world building, it's a medieval fantasy... more>> setting where science hasn't progressed because there was no need for it thanks to magic existing. But then again they do know enough about basic genetics to be aware of dominant and recessive genes.

- The author fails at writing characters, especially villains, for example 4 S-rank adventurers who during their introduction are discussing how great it is to kill people, rape women and consider themselves villains. No personality traits, secret motives or hidden intentions, the only way you can tell these guys apart is by their clothes and hair colors.

- More self-masturbatory 'japan is best' forced inserts regarding food, culture, anime, manga, game industry, morals, etc... that break up the flow.

- Forced exposition dialogue, instead of having the MC and the readers naturally discover and figure out how certain story elements work and their roles in the overall plot, the author relies on constant infodumps.

+ NTR is my fetish, so the opening (which isn't ntr, just unrequited love) is at least somewhat positive I guess.

+ Some of the encountered obstacles, while poorly written at best, are kind of memorable.

+ It seems like a good case study of common isekai tropes and how not to use them.

All in all, I've read worse. 2/5 <<less
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xzpwnz rated it
October 24, 2016
Status: --
Read this a long time ago, and I remember it being bad. Not sure if this novel is trying to be dark and edgy or a comedy.

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The protagonist gets captured by the first girl he meets in a village that worships him after he comes out of a dungeon that no one is supposed to come out alive from.

What's worse is that he gets captured so easily because he only has high stats in his dodge stat, so once the girl grabbed his hand, he couldn't escape because of his peasant-tier strength even though he was so ridiculously high-leveled

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niel365 rated it
November 11, 2016
Status: --
Dont let the tags ruin it for you. If your are looking for characters who actually have a reason to do what they do read this. Everyone has a motive and there are consequences. Sure it has the protagonist getting a lucky skill that solves all his answers but at least instead of squandering it, he uses his power to try and achieve his goal which is to survive and to get revenge.

Just hope it doesnt take the Arifureta route and have the MC cool down and become apathetic.
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Horoscope rated it
March 12, 2017
Status: v3c5 part1
Darkest novel I have ever read.

Utterly and completely DESTROYS fantasy novel tropes. The MC responds to situations in ways you would not generally expect.

The world building is completely unique, but also very messed up in a refreshing way. For example, its not the nobles that are totally messed up, it is about 80% of the human race in general. Elves and beastmen get hunted as FOOD. Totally unexpected.

... more>> MC is smart, but still has his *woops* moments. Experiencing near death situations makes him mature and calculating.

Somehow, this author managed to strike a balance between OP MC and totally weak MC. Right in the middle. He has some tremendous strengths as well as serious physical weaknesses. He's like a glass canon coated in enough Kevlar and reinforcement to hold out in a fight... for now. <<less
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rdawv rated it
January 12, 2017
Status: v2c2
The comparisons with Arifureta and Suterareta Yuusha no Eiyuutan are very obvious. Perhaps the "bullied MC transported into a dark dungeon" trope is quite common, and that is why the author of this particular title decided to go all the way to the negative, dark side. The novels have a MC that was bullied, abandoned and given ridiculous cheats, and eventually they begin to assemble a harem despite their oh-so-jaded, distrustful personalities.

However, that has yet to happen in this particular novel. It seemed to me the author is taking... more>> the pains to tell us that this world is different in the sense that ALL the characters introduced in the novel thus far are despicable and two-faced. The main point of the novel is "Don't Trust Anyone", that this world is dark and gritty and awful and everyone has a selfish agenda. Everyone is twisted in one way or another, delving into the deepest and darkest of depravity just to survive and avoid facing reality.

It's not like Overlord which has black humor in it, or the manga Berserk which has a sense of a wondrous, grim tragedy.

To me, it feels like that the author is trying too hard to paint a bleak picture in this novel. Although we're told that the MC had suffered immensely, the people and situations he encountered later made it seem as if his own story is just peanuts in comparison (since he has cheats after all). It's like reading the despair of a guy who had a terrible accident and we're supposed to sympathize with him... only to later read about him interacting with people who are missing limbs or deformed or broken emotionally. It's like an escalating contest of "these guys have more tragic backstories than the MC".

It's definitely not for everyone.

Pet peeve: the inclusion of a special Smith & Wesson Magnum. Why? Why a gun? Geez. <<less
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Flores520 rated it
October 25, 2016
Status: c10
Honestly it's pretty good compared to other novels out there. I always liked good revenge after betrayal novel so I am a little biased. It's worth a read since it considerably different to other jp novelz. Without to much basis I would give it 4.2/5 rating. The chapters are pretty long so don't be to discourage by the short amount of chapters.
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Oukis Lips rated it
May 22, 2017
Status: v2c1
If I were the author of Arifureta, I'd sue for copyright infringement (I exaggerate, but really there are too many similarities). I mean the events of the first volumes are almost identical, only Dungeon Seeker has a darker style (that doesn't mean its more intelligent, it just means its more gloomy, for those of you who think dark plot = intelligent plot). For those of you thinking, 'well this will be better than Arifureta because the MC will definitely take his revenge, '

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at least for the girl who betrayed him that seems to be false. Its just my conjecture from the author's foreshadowing, but it seems that the MC forgives the girl who betrayed him; moreover, it seems she somehow time travels into the past and saves his pathetic life (Vol 1, Ch 6 & side story Noriko's revenge). So not only does he not get to take his revenge, but he ends up indebted to her after she tries to kill him in the first place. In order to make this plot development feasible, the author tries to garner sympathy for the girl by showing that her life was crap after she betrayed the MC... that doesn't really help the story when the only thing the readers have to look forward to is the MC's revenge (that's the result of making the story so depressing, author-san).


Overall, the story isn't horrible, but in my opinion the author put too many eggs in the 'revenge' basket. But if you're a masochist who likes

to see the MC publicly humiliated, NTR'd, cut up limb from limb, spiral into depression, then get his revenge and sole reason for living taken away...

then go for it, this novel is just for you. <<less
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udangmayones rated it
February 3, 2017
Status: v3c2
A better version of arifureta. The weak and bullied MC is thrown into another world with his bully and heroine and given only appraisal ability. Then the bully and heroine tricked and trapped the lv1 MC in a SSS ranked dungeon that no one can clear with no way out.

Thus began the story of revenge to kill everyone that tricked him
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swordnoob rated it
April 3, 2017
Status: v3c3 part3
The MC is bland, the villains are cliche and nonsensical. My biggest gripe is how inconsistent the plot is. Its seems like the author forgets what he wrote in the previous chapter.

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The MC kills some B ranked bandits. He doesn't claim the reward at the adventures guild. The reason for this is that he was to keep a low profile. He even puts hush money and threatens someone he rescues into keep quiet about it. Remember that low profile he wants to keep? Forget about it because the author sure has. In the very next chapter the MC wants to gain status and needs to become an A ranked adventurer to do so. He can't do so because he can't verify his identity and prove he's not a criminal, fugitive etc. The heads of those B-ranked bandits might have been useful here. I wish I could say that the author is writing the MC as a moron (his stat distribution seems to indicate this might be the case). However, it really seems the author just forgot what he wrote in the previous chapter.

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Love4NovelGuy rated it
April 4, 2017
Status: v3c8
At first you think the writer is going overboard with the darkness in this Dark Fantasy, but after reading further, the story starts to take shape as it becomes a story that is actually quite interesting. The MC is quite powerful in his own right, but in the end, he is still the weakest due to the fact that everything inside the dungeon he's trapped in is too OP. His only way of fighting in such a dangerous dungeon is to cheat using his own intelligence and instincts.

This is one... more>> of the rare stories where a bunch of psychopaths actually make the story more interesting rather than causing the plot to nosedive into blandness. The characters and dialogue are actually engaging despite the fact that no one within the story is relatable. <<less
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makenai89 rated it
December 8, 2016
Status: v2c4 part2
There are many tags attempted to explain The Dungeon Seeker, but I'd say that what you imagine about it will be wrong if you haven't read it. Dungeon Seeker has similar initial premise with Arifureta and Suterareta Yuusha, but its subsequent story takes drastically different path. A bullied MC got sacrificed by his so-called friends and fell into a dangerous dungeon. Afterward, he had to struggle to live while gaining many skills to rise above those who had sacrificed him. Until that point, things may be cliche. However, so far... more>> Dungeon Seeker's MC has zero harem candidates (unless you count several psychopaths who had tried to eat him (literally) and that b*tch who betrayed him). It's gory, it's mind-bending, and full of despair.

Additionally, the Author uses pretty distinctive story-telling style that takes him apart from other Japanese LN/WN authors. At some spots in Dungeon Seeker, I was reminded of Kino no Tabi's style; although DS's narrative is clearly not as smooth as KnT.

Dungeon Seeker is unusual and a pretty nice read if you don't mind the genres: Horror Mature Psychological Seinen Supernatural Tragedy. This novel, up to v2c4 part2, is the perfect mix of those genres. But if you are only looking for one of the Tags (like: summoned hero or netorare), chances are you'll be disappointed. <<less
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mrcogllrdo rated it
July 30, 2017
Status: v1c03
I just can't keep reading anymore. This is so bad and cringy. The light novel epitomizes one of the main reasons why it's social suicide to even mention you read light novels (up there with mentioning manga and anime). Trying (and failing, horribly) to make the MC seem badass, how black and white the world is, why bullies are inherently bad and have no heart (but MCs can totally make mistakes and learn from them. Too much of a double standard), the rampant effeminate men that are in powerful positions... more>> (like God is literally a borderline twink who likes to wear tight leather pants and some silver BS accessory around his neck. Not gonna touch on the MC), and the superfluous descriptions and explanations of stuff (first chapter consisted of God derailing several times and the characters having to remind him to get back on track. It was pointless filler, the chapter's quality could have been dramatically improved if it was cut out). No one actually acts like this in public, except maybe people that tend to be avoided anyways. It feels like the author doesn't know how most people act IRL, it was very difficult for me to relate with the light novel. Like what's up with the MC realizing his childhood friend only acted to be his friend, then seemingly forgetting about it the next chapter? He literally had his only apparent friend betray him while his bully, Kido, brags to his face that he knocked her up. And then MC, spending less than a paragraph in total reacting to the news, stops thinking about it the next chapter? I can assure you that most people would be absolutely devastated, this is fertile ground for trauma. I get it, the plotline needs to continue and this requires the MC to do stuff other than mope around, but spending virtually no time on this core piece of the MC's history makes him appear flat and shallow.

I don't know whether it's due to the translation, but the grammar and the transition from sentence to sentence was also extremely poor. It was a chore to slog through the reading, like it was a piece of bad fan fiction. I can honestly say reading this was a waste of my time. I also know I listed down as having read only up to chapter 3 of volume 1. I quickly checked out v3c4 and v4c6 to see whether I was full of it (perhaps I jumped the gun on my judgement). Nope, still seems just as bad (maybe worse, it has exaggerated reactions like "Ami dropped her jaws open to those words, " "Junpei made awkwardly smiled wryly, " (I still don't know what this means) "Ami almost collapsed after hearing Junpei say it inattentively, " and the list goes on).

I'm genuinely appalled this light novel has such a high rating. For all incoming readers please skim a few chapters. Don't be like me and foolishly hope that the writing gets better as time goes on. It doesn't, if anything it gets worse. Go read something like "I Reincarnated Into a Vending Machine, " it parodies this type of light novel while still doing a better job than "The Dungeon Seeker." <<less
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Morkin rated it
November 24, 2016
Status: --
Reading the description I expected another arifureta's copy, and man was I wrong. The story oddly reminds me of mushishi, or at least a psychopathic version of it. The premise is pretty standard, bullied kid turned psycho become op and explore a labyrinth, the difference is in the execution, as the story take a clear episodic pace, where every level of the labyrinth contains a story on its own, observed through the eyes of our MC, who prefers being an observer rather than an active part of the narrative.
Overall... more>> this is a one of a kind type of novel, different from everything else you may find on this website, the only problem that I found is in the first couple that kinda glosses over the transit between what seems to be a normal story to a very dark one. <<less
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ameryuu24 rated it
May 14, 2017
Status: v4c1 part2
Don't let the tags like the Netorare one make you don't want to read this novel and those comments that lack any reasonableness and rationality to rate this novel. It's quite a good read. I, for one, VERY MUCH HATE NETORARE, RAPE and BETRAYAL but I found this novel enjoyable even though there are parts that made me want to skip since it was long but I still read it. Strong points of this novel are even though the setting is a dark fantasy, it makes you want to join... more>> the MC throughout his hardships and the details to certain things are... let's say, detailed. Wherein you will easily imagine stuff.

So try it, don't be swayed by the people who just wanted to badmouth the novel without giving their proper reasoning because they hated some things that happened. It's never really an adventure if you don't thread unknown waters. Have fun and welcome to the darkside! :)

There's free cookies after the novel finishes... <<less
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scribbledoutname rated it
November 23, 2016
Status: --
It's not exactly a bad story but it feels like the author is just doing their best to squick you (the reader) out. The story itself isn't all that great... the way the MC works his way through the dungeons and shoots up through levels by taking down strong enemies is pretty exciting, but given the sh*tty personalities and sh*tty situations the MC repeatedly experiences I'm not expecting any kind of satisfying build up.

That said, it's decent enough that I'm looking forward to the next chapter but the pointless squick... more>> and horrible circumstances of some (most?) of the characters is really putting me off.

I may or may not drop this. 3~4 stars depending on how this plays, but it's closer to 3 for now so I'm gonna give it 3 stars. <<less
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Dreamer Cookie rated it
September 18, 2017
Status: v3
5 stars. I didn't expect to enjoy this story so much. That's right, I enjoyed it so much and despite being a bad critic, I still decided to make a review. WARNING: SPOILERS.

Let's talk about the story. It seems that people think this is similar to arifureta. Well no it's not, in fact this is way better. The MC was bullied and gets his ass saved by his own childhood friend (all the time it seems). Suddenly they get transported into another world. As expected, the MC gets sh*tty stats... more>> and no skills. This story is dark too. Has a lot of rape, murder, torture, and Gore.

Now here's where things gets interesting. He gets betrayed by someone he deeply trusts (and the way he gets betrayed actually made me angry) and kicked to the dungeon which no one is supposed to make it out alive. Well, he did make it out alive though. His actions and vengeance is what mostly makes this story interesting and satisfying. Of course he went from an useless sh*t to OP bastard.

Now I talk about the MC. He was a weak bullied loser who eventually becomes... Uh... well a guy who isn't a loser anymore and seeks revenge I guess? Sure he's edgy and cringy but not as bad as Hajime from Arifureta Shokugyou. Oh and he's not a jerk and a douche which makes this story even more readable.

Another good thing is that it doesn't have a harem or romance (for now I think?) Otherwise the story would've been ruined if it did.

Overall, it's a good revenge story with a good MC. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU TO GIVE IT A TRY especially those who likes OP MC, vengeance, and sadism.

It also feels like a crossbreed of Nidome no Yuusha and Arifureta Shokugyou but better than both of them. The MC is not too cringy like Hajime but still cool, and not insane and defective like Kaito. The revenge is even more satisfying than Nidome no Yuusha. And he's alone too (basically he's doing adventures without companion which can also make stuff more interesting)

Do not read this LN if you hate dark stories. There's no point in giving a dark story a 1 star if dark stories aren't even your thing. It's simply a waste of time, truly. <<less
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Just Another Cynic rated it
August 21, 2017
Status: v3c4
I've never actually written a review before but I feel that this novel deserves one. From my perspective this story is a waste of time. The embodiment of Murphy's Law (anything that can go wrong, will go wrong). It seems like the whole world is designed with the specific goal of ruining any specific act of good that the MC tries to do. Lets go through some examples shall we (I honestly believe that putting these inside a spoiler box saves you from absolutely nothing seeing how easy it is... more>> to see some of these coming).

Don't read inside the box if you honestly plan on reading and being "surprised" by this dumpster fire. I put in actual spoilers for a number of chapters.


MC rescues elf.

Elf proceeds to try and kill him.

MC saves a bunch of homunculi and their creator from a witch who sold all the homunculi as s*x slaves and meat shields.

Moment MC leaves homunculi kill their benevolent creator due to a misunderstanding and presumably all die.

Girl sells off MC

Proceeds to become s*x slave of a giant (fun...)



In all of this book that I have read, there has only been one point were everything I expected didn't happen. Were (heaven forbid) we actually got a vaguely happy story


On touring the dungeon, the MC reaches a forest and a lake. MC proceeds into the forest and meets some old sword saint who lost his wife. They team up and defeat a kraken.

Right here I expect sword saint to go "muahahaha. I have fooled you! I AM ACTUALLY A NAZI CANNIBAL WHO LIKES TO RAPE CHILDREN AND BELIEVES THAT ELF LIVER IS THE ONLY CURE TO A COLD!!!DIE!!!"

(and so on and so forth)

Instead it is more of a bittersweet moment as it turns out his wife and children were on the other side of the lake the entire time.


I believe that had the story had more moments like this, were it shows that not every human on that planet is out to make life hell for everyone else, perhaps it could be a genuinely enjoyable read. As it is though, this story tries to hard to be dark, gritty and tragic and ends up becoming a predictable lump of edge that is more laughable than saddening. <<less
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frenzy85 rated it
June 17, 2017
Status: v2
Poor world-building. Poor characterization. Not very interesting overall plot.

First and foremost, there's a lack of comedic undertone from the beginning. While not a bad thing, this does make everything much more serious. With everything being so serious, even slight things that seem illogical become things to retort to... and there's a lot of these throughout the story. This sense of incongruity plus the lack of comedic undertone makes people nitpicky. Sometimes they're wrong (for example, the dangers of incest can be taught by summoned people), but the fact that the... more>> story brings about this kind of feeling from people isn't a good thing.

One of the things that people seemingly like about this novel is the dark theme. But it's really very shallow, imo. Everything feels so fake.

Segments don't flow well from one to the other. Feels more like a mishmash of tropes and ideas than a story. There's a looming sense of something being wrong as I read through the story. It's not about major plotholes, and more a lot of many minor things that makes the world-building feel very flawed.

Despite the long-winded narrations, there's very little description of places, objects and people...

There's a big mystery that's part of the overarching plot; but the way it is presented doesn't instill a sense of intrigue. Same for a lot of the minor mysteries. Very simple, cliche, poorly executed and poorly presented.

Characters just do things. It doesn't feel like they have motivation or personalities driving their actions. Every now and then, author also forgets to take into account available information for each character is different. Character development are also very meh...

A very good example of how to fail in "show, don't tell" as well. Author never shows, and always tells; and sometimes the characters even seemingly contradict what the narrator says.

Lots of pseudo-philosophical talk and generally talking in the middle of battles. Lots of redundant or irrelevant parts, too. Most show only a trivial understanding of the subject, and some are also just factually wrong...

A lot of details on every floor, but it's pretty uninspired.

Author's style choice is also something I find very lacking. The way the story goes, a lot of common tropes that people find overused could've fit the story well, but it feels the author avoided them just to be different instead of taking into account appropriateness... which brings back the topic of it being a mishmash of ideas than a story.

For example:


With a crazy MC, a first-person perspective can allow MC to be an unreliable narrator to great effect. Instead, we get a 3rd person narrator but with MC interrupting very often with long-winded monologues.

With very skewed stats, this could've been justified much more with an automatic stat distribution system. As of v2, we've only seen two characters invest in stats from levelling. Both choose to invest in only one stat.

among other things

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Animeboyz rated it
October 4, 2017
Status: v4 epilogue
I came here after having read the manga version, but there are differences between the two. Even though I enjoyed the manga version much better, I still think this is worth a read. The story is quite fast paced and very much like an RPG game. I wouldn't be surprised if the author actually writes game story for a living.

Expect to find a hardened MC that was too naive of the cruel world, that's not unlike Westeros. Our protagonist isn't one to save every damsel and every hard luck cases.... more>> He is prioritizing his survival and eventual revenge above all else. I think it's a lot more interesting to see how his character develop in terms of judicial temperament rather than the unique cheating skills he continually acquires. We are shown early on the huge power gap and the long road our MC needs to reach the summit.

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ZoorYuvonHeim rated it
September 4, 2017
Status: v4 epilogue
This thing was all over the place.

The story's inconsistent and in v4 it feels like the MC took a 180 character development and the author forgot to mention it.

While there was some interesting differences in how this was handled, to me it felt sloppy as it dragged itself over a cliff. Just too many of the same old what you'd expect stuff as the story went on sprinkled in between some jarring direction choices leaving this to be quite an erratic read.

Not sure I'd recommend it like watching a train... more>> wreck, or suggest to avoid it for the same reason. <<less
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