When a classroom of students is transported to another world to act as its saviors, Hajime Nagumo finds himself the weakest link. As his friends and classmates are granted strong classes and impressive abilities due to their existing skills, he is given the weak title of Synergist. When a dungeon quest leaves him separated from his group, Hajime must discover his own talents or be left to rot in this world forever.
Source: Seven Seas
Edit: The story goes to shit, it's downhill from there Ok to start off, THIS MANGA IS AMAAAZING, the story is extremly good, i extremly like the mc and Yue (vampire girl), the other characters arent that great i'd say even boring or cliched (for now), the first 5 chapters are the beggining after that the story gets awesome also this is only 12 chapters but for now this is my favorite manga by far, basically i LOVE the mc and Yue also the story is awesome BUT this is all my preference
🚨 🚨 ALERT!! *CONTAINS SPOILERS* As for typical isekai it’s story about hero’s summouned but this time a huge group. All want to go home blah blah blah have to beat enemy. However this where story is unique, the MC is utter garbage and so as his occupation as non combatant. All other people get jobs like Hero and healer and all this good shiz. So he gets backstabbed and is thought to have perished after falling down place. He becomes OP after obtaining godlike Healing properties itsm and going through constant battles and devouring the enemies. On his journey he encounter legal loli and she become his main. They finally finish and realize that what they did was labyrinth, one of the 7 great labyrinths made by liberators or those that oppose the gods. They find out they’re basically chest pieces played by the gods. By this time our MC is badass. “Uncut loose ends, find trouble” wise person once said. Mc only gives one chance but make him angry you die. He encounters other big breast rabbit girl... happens he can also create op guns, the monsters back then when he kills and eats them he gained monstrous stats and there skills so he basically got buttload of skills and stats. Aim to clear he labyrinths and go back home with his Trophies(girlfriends)
Nagumo Hajime is what I will call a tsundere hero. At first, he's all like "No, I'm not a good guy. I won't save you. I only do things that benefit myself. I'm evil. Grrr." But then he totally acts like a good guy, and (inwardly) blushes at people seeing his shamefully moral compass. Sometimes, it's implied that he's acting cruel and merciless because his faith in humanity has been destroyed after one of his classmates betrayed him. And it's said that his only goal is to find a way to return to Earth. But honestly, quite a few of his actions fit more in line with him wanting to be cool rather than him wanting to survive by any means on the path to get home. He refuses to run away or back down from a fight probably because that would be uncool. He refuses to abandon people or break his promises because that would be uncool. So it might just be that his condescending and rude attitude is a facade, him attempting to be an anti-hero. Because anti-heroes are cool. Or it could be that when he absorbs the skills from the monsters he ingests, he also absorbs some of their monstrous attitude, so what we're seeing is a tension between his human side (which wants to be cool) and his monster side (which is heartless). Either way, it comes across as a tsundere hero. And it does not make for an interesting reading experience. Whenever a fight sequence starts, I kinda just blank out. I'm not sure what it is, but quite a few of the battles just aren't engaging. Maybe the ratio of fight scenes to non-fighting scenes is too high? Maybe there isn't good choreography or back-and-forth between the two sides? Maybe I just feel that there aren't any real stakes since it's obvious that Hajime will always win? I dunno. The main thing that keeps the story interesting is that it actually has a goal, unlike many of these isekai stories which just involve freeform adventuring. The goal is that there are seven Great Labyrinths which were built by the seven Liberators during the age of gods. After defeating each Labyrinth, Hajime will be granted an ancient power. And once he's defeated all seven, he'll have the capability of sending himself back to Earth (though he'll probably have to fight the gods of the world first, since that's just how these stories go...). While he was inside Labyrinth #1, he ran into Girl #1 (Yue). Then before Labyrinth #2, he added Girl #2 to his party (Shia). And now he's on his way to Labyrinth #3, and there is a Girl #3 in the making (Tio). This seems like a pattern, so projecting forward, he should end up with a harem of exactly seven girls by the end of the manga. The monsters look really cool, especially the draconic ones. The people aren't anything special, but they're not bad. [Reviewed at chapter 36]
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