Isekai de Skill wo Kaitai shitara Cheat na Yome ga Zoushoku Shimashita: Gainen Kousa no Structure

Vol: 9+; Ch: 48+
2017 - ?
3.555 out of 5 from 717 votes
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Isekai de Skill wo Kaitai shitara Cheat na Yome ga Zoushoku Shimashita: Gainen Kousa no Structure

When an entire bus of people are summoned to another world, Souma Nagi doesn't go along with the idea of being a Hero like the rest. Thus he leaves the palace and starts his life in another world with his ability to restructure skills. 

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Iyashi
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A few notes from me about this manga. If you want a summary, read MonarqueCeleste's review. The world building isn't anything great. You learn a little bit about it, but that's only about the cities where the party is heading. A little bit of extra information is given, but it's all related to the next plot. The kingdoms name was mentioned once or twice in the early chapters, but it hasn't been mentioned since then again, so I already forgot about it. Other kingdoms or places aren't even mentioned at all. It's not like kingdom names and such are important, but I hope you get what I mean. There is simply no information about the world other than the city names where the party is currently staying or heading to next. The skill system isn't really explained either. There are tons of loopholes and a lot of it simply doesn't make any sense at all.It doesn't feel realistic at all. I mean, there are a lot of game-like mangas with skills and such, but most of them try to make something out of it. Here, it's more like an excuse. The MC is dense as fuck. He isn't stupid, which makes his denseness even more unrealistic and annoying.On top of that, he is this laid-back "I wanna live a slow life, bla bla" type. He has no ambitions or goals. He doesn't really tinker with his skills (or at least you don't see it), but whenever needed, he can simply create a new skill for any situation. Considering that he never really gets his hands on new skills excepts for those few that have been pretty much thrown at him ... In other words, he shouldn't be able to do that. His skill "Skill structure" lets him tinker with skills by replacing words of it, but since he doesn't have a lot of skills at hands, he also shouldn't have enough words. This whole skill system is pretty much disappointing. It could have been great, but it's just a little gimmick which is always becoming useful when needed, but other than those times, it's not even mentioned. The harem consists of slaves. It's not like MC is a bad guy who randomly enslaves girls, it's the opposite: They pretty much beg him to become his slave. This can only be explained with "authors fetish", I guess. All the slaves want to be slaves, all the bad guys are always left alive because MC is this good kiddo boi type who doesn't fit into this world at all. No matter what a villain has done, in the end, he will be left alive to do his villain-things again. There also isn't that much violence. I'm quite sick of those MC types .. You're in a different world where your morals and standards don't work, but the world will always bend to give MC a success. Everything works out in the end, even if it's not really deserved. I dropped this at chapter 33.

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