The Healer Banished From The Party, In Fact, Is The Strongest


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Despite being a healer, Raust was an adventurer that could only use elementary level heal.

With such ability, Raust has trained himself to contribute even just a little to his small group of first-class party.

However, Raust’s sentiment bore no fruit. In an outburst of anger because of the failed quest, the party informed him of his expulsion.

……However, the party members realized something little by little once Raust left the party.

——— Raust’s ability who was training himself had put him in the realm of the top class among adventurers. It was because Raust was in their party that the party was called first-class.

This is a story of an oppressed healer who was banished from the worst party and then met people who acknowledge him.

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Party Kara Tsuihou Sa Reta Sono Chiyu-shi, Jitsu wa Saikyou ni Tsuki
The Healer, That Was Banished From The Party, Is, In Fact, The Strongest
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Drake888 rated it
May 23, 2019
Status: c14
The best part of these kinds of stories is the undervalued MC. Everyone says he's a loser. In some stories (including this one) the MC even believes he's a loser. But the author quickly reveals that the MC is OP, and the ones who couldn't see that were the real fools. The reader gets to enjoy a fun story about the under dog getting his due.

The problem is how to make an OP character start in such a bad position. If he's OP, there has to be a reason why... more>> nobody has realized yet. Sadly, this author accomplishes this with lazy writing. The MC is treated like garbage because he's surrounded by cartoonishly incompetent jerks. He's even stuck in a world with laughably dumb rules.


One of the laws is apparently "once you join a party, you have to stay in it except in very specific circumstances". Really? If I narrowly escaped death after trying to fight a giant monster with a bunch of idiots, I would quit altogether instead of working with them again. Such a law would be impossible to enforce and cause tons of problems. But it helps create conflict, so the author included it.

Another problem is the MC's past. As a child, he was kicked out of an institute because his talent in healing was bad. Even though healing talent is rare enough that he was accepted into the institute solely because he had it, even though monsters are everywhere and people are constantly getting injured, there is no tolerance for anything below perfection in healing? They just threw a child into the streets to fend for himself instead of dropping him off to heal soldiers in some backwater town. That just doesn't make sense.

Also, the girl who joins the MC knows that his former teammates were scammers, so how does a receptionist of the guild not know? The author seems to be trying to portray the guild as unusually corrupt, but the complete lack of regulation of adventurers goes to far. Even the townspeople are afraid of them, and are attacked by them? That's a huge problem for whoever is in charge of the city. How is nothing being done?


There are already some poorly thought out parts to the story, and I expect to see more. It's still fun to read, but the lazy writing hurts it. The problem with fantasy worlds is that they require so much more work to establish. And this author clearly hasn't done a complete job. <<less
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Cryarc rated it
May 25, 2019
Status: c47
I've read it until the end of the first arc, it has potential but it also have it's drawbacks too.

The good part:

  1. The MC actually showing character development, from having a severe inferior syndrome case into a confident man.
  2. So far it seems it's not a harem, the girls didn't automatically interested in him. There's also a couple other than the MC's.
The bad parts:

  1. The point of view changes a little bit too much. At some point they even neglected the MC for something that's remotely interesting and it doesn't matter for the main story.
  2. The antagonists are plain badly written, they're cartoonishly evil and completely devoid of common sense.
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Nightow1 rated it
June 12, 2019
Status: --
Old ideas are not necessarily bad and there is a reason why the "Underdog comes out on top" genre is so common. It's because it is popular. Unfortunately, to stand out from the mass of similar stories, execution is important. An old trope executed well will still look fresh and keep people's attention. This is not one of them.

The MC's character changed so fast from the Prologue and Chapter 1 to someone totally different immediately after, like the author could not wait to stop pretending he wants to write a... more>> loser MC and straight went all out to Rambo on steroids. The MC's "inferiority complex" and "shyness" all went out the window the instant he stepped into the Dungeon and he went all alpha male and OPed death dealing God. I believe I even commented somewhere that his character flipped so fast I wondered if he was bi-polar. No, he wasn't. The author just ran out of patience on holding back on his wish fufillment writing. <<less
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Fui rated it
August 9, 2019
Status: c32
Most of ppl alr talked about plot and character-building, so I will talk about translation.

First of all, the translation is alot different to the original, or I must say "Incorrectly", the translator changed the meaning, remove some part and even rewrite the sentence. It's not small details and can affect the story in the long run.

And the grammar is really bad, some sentence can make you confused, for example: "After all, Onii-san never approved of us staying at the same inn with me in mind." (Us = Onii-san and 'me'... more>> in that sentence, but he wrote 'never approved of us staying at the same inn with me', yep it's like 'We stay in the same inn with me', I know what he mean and can ignore if it's just 1 or 2 sentences, but his translation full of mistakes like this)

In addition, there are several sentences that are exactly the same as google translate, I wonder if it's just coincidental or something else? Maybe only translator know. <<less
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Valex rated it
May 4, 2019
Status: c1
The Premise has been done several times over already so one can probably guess what will happen eventually. Basically if this is youre kinda reading material then you will probably enjoy it, of not then it might seem like a generic story to you. I however am somewhat interested as these kinds of lighthearted stories do bring a certain extent of joy
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syaoranbl rated it
May 16, 2019
Status: c5
well, it's not a bad story but its not for some ppl that like dark deep,... its just a lighthearted story. I think main is a monk in some RPG games but in this story he is a healer. Oh man, a monk can only heal small amount of HP so people think he is a defective as a healer. other side, he can be a tank that can heal, a semi-damaged dealer, an adventurer who is a jack of all trade so after leaving his party, he realized his... more>> native and strength. From now, what will he do for his future, revenge? it's still early but I think its a good a story for relaxing after work. <<less
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ReadsWebNovels rated it
May 11, 2019
Status: c4
-It's too early to rate the story, but there are other problems that cripple this novel already.

-The chapters here are about half as long as chapters in other novels. It's to the point where reading this novel feels unsatisfying. By the time I'm done with a chapter, it feels as if I've only just started reading.

-The release is slow, and combined with the short chapters, this novel fails to leave an impact on me. I get to read a chapter for 5 minutes once every 3 days, and that simply... more>> isn't enough time for this novel to leave an impression. If it wasn't on my reading list, I honestly would have already forgotten this novel exists. <<less
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SimplyReadingNovel rated it
September 22, 2019
Status: c38
This novel is so cringy, I seriously don't know how anyone can enjoy this. The change in POV is really just for the sake of praising the MC. MC is strong, MC is kind and etc. WE UNDERSTAND THAT. STOP WRITING ABOUT IT IN EVERY SINGLE CHAPTER! I thought that Overgeard is bad enough with how the writer always say how MC has changed and all. It's feels too forced.
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NakuyKi rated it
September 19, 2019
Status: c34
This novel started off promising, but just like "Arifureta" or "Kuro no Maou, " it ended up just being another story where the author tricks you into feeling sympathy for the protagonist before nonchalantly using event (s) for said sympathy as an excuse to send them on a power trip where they gather a harem (Or a bunch of women who feel sympathy for him), that consist of women who look down on anyone who isn't the protagonist, and are made to look "cool" by sending waves of bad guys... more>> who are bad for the sake of being bad their way to harass him or his harem.

Thats it. There really isn't that much left to say about this novel.

Unless you want to talk about how much of a pain this was to read due to the grammar. <<less
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drewjn rated it
August 4, 2019
Status: c50
It seemed acceptable at the start, perhaps between the 3 and 4 out of 5 range. The further you read, especially into the raws, the worse the story gets.

Story and character development wise hits further into the standard cliches. The drive behind the MC and female chars (the male chars are practically unimportant or fodder), gets more simpler and honestly devolves backwards as they try to make the characters op. There are better series out there that do this far better, even if you purposely look for the cliches and... more>> tropes.

Do yourself and favor, and give this one a pass. I don't think it even fits the casual reading category. <<less
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MyRAMEN rated it
July 4, 2019
Status: c30
One of the better isekais out there as most r trash. This one although had a great start it quickly wentdm down around C14 but luckily isnt god awful or too much cliche / badparts. The book was still ok andinteresting but not the best out there
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S.D. rated it
May 20, 2019
Status: c9
Enjoying it so far. It combines the "support character kicked out from party" and "abnormal healer", both individually had been done in a number of other novels, but it's the first novel to combine them. Another reason why this novel actually felt pretty fresh is because the novel closest in plot to it is a slice of life (slow life at the frontier), while this one seemingly goes with adventure route.

The writing style is also very balanced - not feeding long explanations, no pointless chatter dialogues, POV changes also make... more>> sense and do not interfere with story progression, good pacing overall. I hope author will keep it up.

Giving it 5 stars out of good expectations for now, added to reading list. <<less
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ExtremeRampage rated it
September 25, 2019
Status: v2c1
The MC here was at first pretty weak and could only heal so he trained his ass off became pretty powerful but the old image sticks and everyone treats him with contempt. His very low-esteem doesn't help either and he doesn't defend himself at all from all the bullying. Ultimately he gets kicked out from his party like the title says but luckily he meets this girl who wants to be his party member and seems to know him.

Some fluffy romance here between them, but the action scenes are a little weak in my opinion. Generally a rather slow-paced and lighthearted Novel.
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SilvaLau rated it
September 6, 2019
Status: v2 prologue
This is a great read and one of the top ten novels I am currently following. Though I never intended to leave a review, but I feel the need to at least defend the translators from Fui's accusation regarding the grammar. I do admit that there are some loose sentences here and there, but it reads better to me than most other translations out there, I wouldn't have continued reading if the grammar is as bad as he says. If you want to be a... more>> grammar nazi, at least do it right.

That sentence that he pointed out reads fine to me, though it could probably be polished up to make the sentence easier to understand. When I read "After all, Onii-san never approved of us staying at the same inn with me in mind, " what came to mind is "onii-san never approved of them staying in the same inn with the best interest of the speaker in mind." <<less
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