The Magician Kunon Sees Everything


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Sometimes all it takes is one word to change your whole life.

Kunon Gurion was born blinded by the curse known as the “Hero’s Scar.”

Unable to see, or even see the meaning of life, he spent his childhood in apathy.

Then one day, a water emblem appears on his body, and it turns out he is capable of magic.

So what?

Regardless of whether he has magical power or able to use magic, the fact remains that he cannot see.

Kunon was still unable to see the meaning of life.

Though an unexpected comment that was not intended to be such awakened Kunon.

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Majutsushi Kunon wa Mieteiru
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Fluffums rated it
October 29, 2021
Status: c30
Solid 4/5 for me, though people looking for "Action" and "Adventure" will be disappointed. If you like stories about OP protagonists constantly surprising people and being surprised at them being surprised, this is basically a condensed version of that... to the verge of parody, so people who are tired of the genre might still get a kick out of it.

Despite the lack of plot (treat it as a somewhat fast slice of life), the many quirky characters sell it with their personalities. There's a real goal to work toward and... more>> there's occasional progress. I typically dislike "OP protagonist who lacks common sense and gets scolded for doing amazing things" but this novel gives solid reasons for him to lack common sense and solid reasons for him to be scolded, and he doesn't make the same exact mistake twice (yet).

My only reservation is that you should have read several "OP reincarnated child" novels first before reading this. Not because it refers to any of them specifically, and this protagonist isn't a reincarnator, but because it subverts or parodies several of those tropes and it won't be as funny if you didn't read stories about OP kids (whether you liked them or not). <<less
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Goldoire rated it
October 8, 2021
Status: c40
The way I'd describe this is a fun and relaxing read.

I'm almost caught up on raws, and was pretty interested because it's popular. It's easy to read and keeps you going.

The primary "pros" of this series include:

  • Not isekai
  • Unique premise (he starts off blind)
  • No harem
The interactions are well done, and it's interesting to see MC's growth.

It subverts most of the tropes found in isekai. The thing is, it's just that. There's no huge underlying plot, mysteries, twists, either. It's a good read to pass time.
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