Suppose a Kid from the Last Dungeon Boonies Moved to a Starter Town

Alt title: Tatoeba Last Dungeon Mae no Mura no Shounen ga Joban no Machi de Kurasu Youna Monogatari

TV (12 eps)
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Suppose a Kid from the Last Dungeon Boonies Moved to a Starter Town

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.

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An issue with this anime is that we don't know what it wants to achieve. The first 4 episodes cover the royal family arc while also introducing the setting. The world building is pretty bad and it uses a very basic medieval setting and very vague magic system. The actual plot is horrific. It was so genuinely awful, I was shocked with the way it ended.  The second arc was the tournament arc. It was also bad plot wise, but not as bad as the first arc. The third arc is still ongoing.  If the plot is that bad, then we should assume it's not taking itself seriously and is a comedy. After all, a lot of it is dedicated towards comedy with its overused character tropes, but it fails in that department too. The first episode was decent in regards to comedy but the jokes are repeated constantly, to the point where you can predict what 'funny' things the characters are going to say next. You just start cringing at it. The characters are all based on overused tropes and are all obsessed with the main character but the main character is too dense to have a real harem, so instead he has a bunch of girls flocking after him all the time. All characters apart from the main character are really dull and boring because they have no personality or purpose, they are mostly there for comedic purposes. The characters that do cause story progression have no depth at all, they are also surface trope characters. The main character, while I wouldn't say he's deep and he is definitely the 'extremely dense' character trope, does have a sense of personality. He has his own worries and insecurities. While he is ridiculously OP, as the weakest in his village he often doubts himself, which does give him a very real sense of humanity. It does make sense for him to second guess himself after a whole life of being the weakest.  Despite its flaws, it is wholesome and satisfying. It is trash for sure, but I found that the first arc up until the end of it is addictive. After how badly it ends though, that just wears off and you have to push through the rest of it, it becomes addictive once more. I just told myself if I have gotten this far, I might as well finish it just so I can feel like I've completed it, but ended up becoming (sort of) invested again. If you just want wholesome adventure story or want to watch something addictive, then you should watch it. I do honestly think it will be better by the end of the season though. There are hints at a deeper and more complex plot related to Kunlun, the village the MC comes from. So I will update this again once I'm done with the first season. But for now, it's not great. 

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