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Junpei Takeda, a high school student, is childhood friends with Noriko Tatsumiya and the bully Kido Shouta. One day, during the usual course of bullying Junpei, they were suddenly summoned to a different world by the whim of "God". Summoned Heroes with cheats, or so he thought. But it turns out Junpei's stats were even worse than an average farmer. Tricked into a deathly labyrinth by the only one he trust, he walks the journey for revenge.
Both have smilar things happen to the MC where they start out as incredibly weakbut end up getting sacrifice because of reasons and end up Abandoning there humanity and so on
Both are stories of students being transported to another world. The main is deemed to have a "useless" class, and is betrayed by a classmate.Both manga's involve the main being trapped in an underground dungeon with no means of escaped, yet strangly finding themselves stronger than the monsters below.
I would highly recomend both manga. If you like one, then you'll love the other
The stories and main characters of both are very similar. A boy transported from another world is astrocized for being weak and sacrifriced. Both stories then follow the boys struggle to survive, get stronger and search for revenge.
these two are allmost complete copies of eatch other both have a group summoned to a strange world both has the mc find ot his the weakest of the bunch both have the mc betrayed and get stuck in a dungeon both have the mc kill a strang enemy creatively early on power lvling them then letting them steam roll the whole dungeon and finally both have the mc swear revenge apon reciveing this power
tho i would sy arifureta is better cuz of the vampire loli ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Both are darker themed RPG manga. In both manga, the protagonists arives in the fantasy world with his classmates, but ends up being (or continuing to be) an outcast and is forced out on his own.
LIterally the exact same manga. There might be some plagiarism issues here for how similar these are.
Yup main characters op
lotss of magic
mostly take place in a ddungeoun
Extremely similar manga. Same premise, comparable main character, similar plot. The Dungeon Seeker is a bit more gruesome
Both these manga are similar in so many ways that it’s not even funny it wouldn’t be much of an exaggeration to say that they are carbon copies of each other but they do have their differences and they make it clear throughout the chapters so I’d recommend reading them both I don’t want to spoil anything by saying too much but if you like the see an mc struggle for power and desperate for revenge then both of these are for you
Very similar in plot and attitude
Same as other Review : Both weak then betrayed by comrades, dark story, self center MC, eye for revenge, Crawl they way up to become powerfull, Cheat ability, Great action, MC is thinking, no fan service, beauty comrades.
I’ve read the other way around and literally just read the first couple chapters of arifureta and so far they are really similar with that pinch of tragedy somewhere floating you can just smell it
Both light novels feature similar setups, protagonists and protagonist motivations, and some similar plot elements. Arifureta begins to lose its teeth along the way due to the MC's character arc, whereas Dungeon Seeker - at least, to the point where I've read - continues to remain fairly dark (or perhaps 'edgy' is the word I'm looking for).
they both have very a similar atmosphere, dungeon seeker is more hardcore and dark, and arifureta is exilent as well. i highly recommend both of them
Naofumi Iwatani, an uncharismatic Otaku who spends his days on games and manga, suddenly finds himself summoned to a parallel universe! He discovers he is one of four heroes equipped with legendary weapons and tasked with saving the world from its prophesied destruction. As the Shield Hero, the weakest of the heroes, all is not as it seems. Naofumi is soon alone, penniless, and betrayed. With no one to turn to, and nowhere to run, he is left with only his shield. Now, Naofumi must rise to become the legendary Shield Hero and save the world!
Substantially similar development as per the Main Character (MC) in general, was fun to read and quite enjoyable up to the point it currently is.
I personally like both 'The Rising of the Shield Hero' as well as 'Arifureta', because of notwithstansind similar MC development the difference made to such development, between the two MC's storyline details, are indeed enough to allow each to form his/her own distinct impression to the reader.
Although, i do think, that if you liked 'Arifureta' whether having read eithet manga, webnovel or light novel chances are you are going yo like 'The Rising of the Shield Hero' as well.
Both mangas have the MC transported to another fantasy world with magic, In each, the Mc is betrayed and uses this betrayal to gain strength and power. The Rising shield hero is less gruesome than Arifureta but each has a lot of excitement and growth that makes you want to read more. If you read this, you must read the other manga. Arifureta will also be getting an anime adaptation later this year, 2018 or next year, 2019. As always, anime is trash and so am I!
Because the main charecters become the strongest while being misunderstood by the majority of people around them. Both take place after a summoning to a fantasy land with magic and face their own trials and sufferings
Consider weak then frame by princess, become outcast, Crawl they way up to become powerfull, Cheat ability, Great action, MC is thinking, no fan service, beauty companion, not that twisted MC .
Tomokui Kanata has suffered an early death, but his adventures are far from over. He is reborn into a fantastical world of swords and magic-- as a lowly goblin! Not content to let this stop him, the now renamed “Rou” uses his new physical abilities and his old memories to plow ahead in a world where consuming other creatures allows him to acquire their strengths and powers.
Comparing Re:Monster and Arifureta, you can observe various similarities,
Mc transported/reincarned in another fantasy world
Mc starts weak but quickly becomes strong
Mc is an "anti-hero"
Mc gets monster traits/powers by eating them
Minor similarities: both mc gets an harem, both mc have a fake arm, both mc help other people only when they want, both of them try to hide unique traits.
There has been much conflict between the races of the Humas, the Gabranth, and the Evila. To combat the Demon King race Evila, the kingdom summons five high school students from 21st century Japan who have the power of Heroes. However, only four out of five of those students had the status title of 'Hero'. Okamura Hiiro was summoned by accident since he sat near the other four students in class. Unlike them, he did not have the title of a 'Hero' but instead he had the title of 'Word Master' and 'Innocent Bystander'. Seeing through the Humas kingdom's deceit and insanity, Hiiro decides that he has no wish to partake in their selfish war. Leaving the castle, Hiiro decides to join the Adventurer's Guild and does whatever he feels like. Who knows? Maybe there is some merit to being a 'Word Master' and an 'Innocent Bystander'.
Person in strange world, MC is outcasted by fellow summoned hero's, decides to be a loner and travel vs. follow kings orders, harem, not a weak MC
It is the year 2100 A.D., and humans have developed a virtual reality game with a realism level of 99%. Feng Lan, due to a bet with her twin brother, vows to succeed in playing the game without using her "female benefits." Due to this, she becomes the first and only female to play as a male character in "Second Life." As her infamy rises as a bloodthirsty warrior, can she keep her identity a secret from her real life acquaintances whom she has beaten up?
Yoshio Tanaka gets reincarnated into a fantasy game world, with healing magic as a “cheat” ability.
This manga is really awesome....Lol on to the point
Both manga have OP mc in another world, only difference is that in Legend Protoganist dies and gets Transferred in another world but in Arifureta the Protoganist is Transfered or summon in common terms to another world along with his friends to kill the Demon Lord or so I remember 😅 while fighting some kind of beast or something (sorry I don't remember correctly "it's been a long time since i read it my friend") anyways out of jealous a another male attacks him with magic in the spur of moment and out Protoganist falls in A hole or something.. =_= (obivously the jealousy reason is a thot girl) moving on he find himself in a dark pit gets attacked by monsters turns in a Savage guy later finds a vampire frees her and makes her as a partner.
Now for the guy's looking for manga like Arifureta tho it's not completely the same but The Tanaka is all about op MC (did I mentioned he Is a 38 yrs old virgin guy?) It has comedy nudity echhines and some moments of badass too I recommend it giving it a shot
10 years ago, after “the Gate” that connected the real world with the monster world opened. Some of the ordinary, everyday people received the power to hunt monsters within the Gate. They are known as "Hunters". However, not all Hunters are powerful. My name is Sung Jin-Woo, an E-rank Hunter. I'm someone who has to risk his life in the lowliest of dungeons, the "World's Weakest". Having no skills whatsoever to display, I barely earned the required money by fighting in low-leveled dungeons… at least until I found a hidden dungeon with the hardest difficulty within the D-rank dungeons! In the end, as I was accepting death, I suddenly received a strange power, a quest log that only I could see, a secret to leveling up that only I know about! If I trained in accordance with my quests and hunted monsters, my level would rise. Changing from the weakest Hunter to the strongest S-rank Hunter!
If you read Arifureta and enjoyed the "weakest character getting stronger in the dungeon" part, then Solo Leveling is for you. Unlike Arifureta it keeps up with that topic, and doesn't change into an adventure or a harem manga, it focuses mainly on the leveling/new skills part (which personally was my favourite part of the manga).
If you read Solo Leveling, Arifureta is really fun the first chapters... then it devolves a little into a harem adventure story.
Both are edgy© "nothing personnel kid" stories. In a fun way.
The goddess Lista summons a hero who excels in every area to assist her. He's everything she expected him to be except for one, tiny thing: this anxious hero can't do anything unless he's absolutely sure nothing can go wrong!
Sano Yuji, a black company employee, is summoned to another world while finishing his work at home. His profession in the other world, a Monster Tamer, is considered a job that makes it difficult to become an adventurer. However, thanks to some slimes he met, which read several magical books, he gained magical powers and the second profession, Sage. Yuji acquired overwhelming power, but is he conscience of his strength? Blindly becoming unparalleled and strongest in the world!
Banaza was summoned to The Magical Kingdom of Kryrode as a Hero Candidate, however, due to having only the abilities of a regular citizen, he was treated as a disqualified Hero. He, who was originally supposed to be returned to his original world, became unable to return due to the Magical Kingdom’s mistake, and inevitably, had to live in this world. However, the moment he became Lv2, Banaza acquired every attainable skill and magical ability, and he became a Super-Cheat with Stats that transcend normal limits! Even so, Banaza , who does things at his own pace with an easygoing smile, takes Lys of the Demon race as his wife, and fully enjoys his newlywed life. He then changes his name to Furio and leads an even more laid-back life! However, chaos is in store for the Furio household...