Considered a weakling his entire life, novice adventurer Lloyd leaves his village located at the fringe of the mortal world to fulfill his dream of becoming a soldier. When he arrives at the capital, the people discover that this oblivious kid from hard knocks might be more powerful than anyone expected.
The random chaotic style of this anime leaves a lot to be desired. The main character is SUPER OP, yet constantly acts like he is super weak despite constantly doing OP things. The first 4 episodes are like a mini-arc, ending in a ridiculous way that leaves you going WTF? Just finished episode 6 and sadly nothing has changed. It looked like an interesting anime, unfortunately it has been a major disappointment. It get 0.5 stars. Dropped at Episode 6.
Story is nothing special or rather there is none. Overpowered guy wants to become a soldier because he loves hero tropes and doesn't realize he's overpowered. The entire thing gets annoying real fast since his "I'm so weak, please bear with me." doesn't make any sense. He's obviously overpowered and incomprehensibly dense not to notice that. Nothing worse than dense MCs and forced idiocy to make him stay dense even though things are obvious for everyone. This is making me pull my hair out. I don't think I can watch this any further than episode five, which is actually a shame since the animation quality is pretty good. I'll give the story a 5 since it's at least funny from time to time.
The comedy is funny but it gets a little old, nothing you can't handle if you like cliche anime tropes like old lolis and OP MCs The ridiculous amount of power the mc has is satisfying and cool to watch. there are a good amount of side characters and they're all different enough that they don't get melded together which is nice. I only have two complaints: 1. there are barely any fights and when there are, the main character doesn't really do anything, it tries to do the one punch man thing where the tension and stakes come from the side characters fighting since the main character is overpowered but considering how little the main character actually fights, you just spend the whole time wishing he does. he kinda feels like a side character the whole time. 2. there isn't really a reason given for why all the characters that know about his power don't just tell him "you're actually really strong but it's the rules not to get involved for trivial matters so hold back" so the whole internal conflict he has by thinking he's weak just seems hella forced.
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