Many people suddenly find themselves in a white, empty space, where a God-like figure tells them that they are to be reincarnated and sent to an isekai known as Tesla. They are given a limited number of points to spend in various attributes, such as their race and abilities, which will determine their reincarnation into Tesla. Follows a young boy sent there along with his clanmates from an MMORPG, and they plan to stick together and specialize into different skills, just like they did in-game. Although his clanmates and everyone else sent there are strangely accepting of the situation, he finds it too suspicious and decides to go his own separate way, balancing his points out to be an all-rounder instead of a healer. He leisurely goes about life in Tesla as an adventurer, but it slowly starts to seem like there was a reason behind them being sent there...
The story starts off well but the pacing is way too slow and with its huge dialogues really makes the reader tiresome.The mc is not op and he always dwell into his own thoughts too much whenever he is going to take any decision.Well thinking in other way it makes the manga into more realistic type, where mc is not reckless and more cautious type, where he takes small steps to reach his goal as a normal human being does.But the story as overall is a generic isekai adventure thats what makes the manga boring af.There is nothing new at all.So,I had to drop it after 10 chapters.
This is a generic but way more detailed story then regular isekai manga's. The art is a little bit simple and the pacing of the plot is quite slow. The main character is a kid and he acts like a well behaved and intelligent gamer that thing alone makes him a little bit different from other characters. Only read this manga if you want a very detailed story and be ready to read a ton of text because it if filled with text to the brim.
A sign of a good manga is that once you catch up on the most recent chapter, you feel an emptiness, a longing for more, an undesire to fill your headspace with other stories. And I can at least say that I experienced that with this manga. I think the author does a good job of making me feel like I'm learning about this new world alongside our protagonist, that I am along for the ride. Much of that is because the protagonist takes time to actually test things out, to verify and confirm feir theories. There have been three stages to the story so far, with the beginning of the fourth stage clearly in the works at the moment. In the first stage (ch. 1-3), fe is getting used to feir situation and learning things about the world while taking on low-level challenges by femself. In the second stage (ch. 4-13), fe does several quests with an adventuring party and bonds with them. In the third stage (ch. 14-present), fe is alone again and dungeon-crawling in the city of Elm. Obviously, I'm leaving a lot of stuff out of my summaries of each section, but that's largely to avoid spoiling too much. I appreciate how magic is learned in this world by reading particular magic books associated with each spell, 'cause that gives the process a different feel. Fe still encounters helpful (and nonredundant) magic books far too easily, to the point that it feels like plot armor, but it still feels like fe has to jump through at least a few hoops. The main point of tension in the story is the protagonist trying to keep feir Holy magic powers a secret, and I think the author's done a decent job in maintaining the tension regarding that. I don't care for how much the protagonist talks to femself. Obviously, this was done for exposition purposes more than anything, but I think it feels awkward. Especially since there are also instances of the protagonist thinking to femself (using thought bubbles instead of dialogue bubbles), which is what fe should be doing all the time instead. Every once in a while, the story checks in on the group that had been in the white space with our protagonist. But those sidestories have been too short to really be engaging to me. I'm sure that eventually, their storyline will sync up with our protagonist's storyline and I'll end up being glad that the author had been teasing their involvement all along, but for now it's kinda just whatever. [Reviewed at chapter 26]
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