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Author(s)One entry per line
Artist(s)One entry per line
Status in COOStatus in Country of Origin. One entry per line
3 LN Volumes (ongoing?)
Original PublisherOne entry per line
English PublisherOne entry per line
Release FrequencyEvery 57.3 Day(s)
Activity Stats [Graph]Weekly Rank: #3491
Monthly Rank: #2454
All Time Rank: #1291
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On 2200 Reading Lists
Monthly Rank: #2590
All Time Rank: #1541
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After regaining consciousness, high schooler Asagaya Makato has become an AI for a space battleship. As if that wasn’t enough, the ship has been surrounded by enemies, and he himself has a damaged engine, putting him in a dire situation.
The warship commander had already died in combat, and taking the place of the temporary commander is a young girl of the imperial family, who had joined the ship out of courtesy. Makoto had tried convincing himself that this was a dream, but being persuaded by the girl, he stands as a battleship.
After somehow crushing the enemy at point-blank range, the fleet’s fight is over, and the battle for the fate of the empire has ended in a crushing defeat. Makato gathers up the survivors and plans to escape the battleground, but there’s a large enemy fleet on the route to the empire. He makes a jump deep into the enemy territory on a slim chance, but —
Set 10,000 years in the future, a young boy has been turned into an incredibly powerful cheat AI and leads a small fleet to become peerless. There’s romantic comedy, imperial intrigue, ancient weapons, philosophy, and more!
Associated NamesOne entry per line
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