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Ntuzzzmutz6 days ago
What is that white flame thingy that he holds on his hand?
Solo6 days ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, Ntuzzzmutz! You'll see soon. =)
dadamori1 week ago
What price duty? What will you give up to accomplish one last task? One more stride, one more step no matter how hard. Walk forward warrior, gird thy loins, grab tight thy weapon and bear thy fangs upon the enemy. Become beast, become demon, become king. Read more Read more Only in death does duty end Show less
Solo1 week ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, dadamori! Beautiful words as always! But it's not duty that drives him. You'll see soon what it is. So read on~
FoxReader105511 week ago
This is getting better and better~ Now author where wife at? XD
Solo1 week ago
Thanks for reading and commenting, FoxReader10551! Well, read on~
Hache35704 weeks ago
I knew that person was shady, but it was low-key enough that I never suspected how far off the reservation they actually were.
Solo4 weeks ago
Thanks for unlocking, reading and commenting, Hache3570! Isn't it great writing by the author? They wrote it just right so that you didn't necessarily see it beforehand but you weren't all that surprised when you realized it.
Hache35704 weeks ago
I will say this, as far as Isekai protagonists go, Souya is a different breed, at least by comparison to those written in the limited novels of similar genre I have read thus far. Most I’ve seen are either too OP and arrogant to create any sense of impending doom when in battle, or they’re simply too beta and gutless for me to root for. Souya is neither OP (except against certain foes), nor gutless, as he’s bared his fangs in the face of certain death too many times to count. Is the author really a woman? If so, maybe she can give some advice to some of her male counterparts on how to write a worthwhile hero.
Solo4 weeks ago
I can't confirm it as anyone can be anyone on the internet, hence I've been using neutral pronouns, but the name certainly sounds female. Good female writers aren't a new thing, another one I love is the creator of FMA. IMO, it's more of hardworking vs lazy. This author is one who puts hard work in making the characters act realistically, have realistic agendas, and make choices and mistakes like real people do. A lot of recent authors/writers are all about wish-fulfilment, making their characters too cliche or too much of an self-insert or just outright unrealistic, which is okay to read but unfulfilling. And let me just say this, imho, the true genius behind this character Souya will be revealed soon, before this volume ends. And it's a whooper I'm sure someone who appreciates good writing will enjoy.
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