After losing his girlfriend to a brave hero, Toru is expelled from his S-Rank party. With a feeling of sadness and pain in his heart, he defeats a demon he meets outside the city, and his ability [to save experience] is broken! Toru becomes level 300 in the blink of an eye! With this power that far surpasses that of heroes, there is nothing that can stop him. Kaede, a slave he met on his journey, forms a group called the “Mangyu Brigade”, and easily completes dungeons, acquires the legendary sacred weapons, and thanks to his skills, his friends level up easily! He rescued a countess who was attacked by bandits on the road and befriended a legendary beast. Oru’s journey continues at a leisurely pace, as he repeatedly encounters various people along the way, while his former party of heroes is deprived of opportunities to play an active role and fall into decline.
My first impression after reading a couple chapters was that this was just a cheap rip-off of The Rising of the Shield Hero. And it definitely does have some similarities to that series, but it also copies the tropes and cliches of other manga within this dungeon-crawling, monster-bashing, adventurer type of genre. I'm not sure if anything as of yet really feels like it's wholly original. The only aspect that has been entertaining to any degree has been seeing Sain going along essentially the same journey as Toru, except one step behind, and thus not being able to accomplish any heroic deeds. It primarily has been focusing on grinding through dungeons and Toru's allies leveling up faster than normal because of Toru's experience-multiplying skill. This aspect of the manga is actually quite dull, 'cause of how little tension there is in all the fights and how quickly they're all resolved. It's more like a montage than anything. I also don't care for the harem aspect which this series is obviously developing. Whenever a series has a male protagonist surrounded by a bunch of female allies (with little or no male allies), I immediately get turned off by it to some degree. Obviously, some stories can implement the harem fantasy pretty well, but most of the time it just comes across as pathetic fan service and leads to weakened storytelling. So far, I can't say that I'm impressed by this series. Even the artwork, I don't personally find attractive--and I'm including the busty women in that. The fights are bland. There aren't any engaging character arcs, and even the personalities are lacking. The scenarios and plotlines feel like they've been recycled from all the other manga within this genre. The protagonist is overpowered to a degree that makes it difficult to have any tension. And the indirect revenge aspects of the manga--where we see Sain suffering because of Toru's actions (even though Toru wasn't trying to hurt Sain)--could've been written better, so that Sain's suffering was milked for as much enjoyment as possible from the readers. [Reviewed at chatper 12]
Another 'kicked out of the hero party and instantly gained insane powers' isekai. Afterwards, every girl with giant hooters falls in love with him immediately, and the girls in his former parter with big hooters used to be in love with him but the evil hero brainwashed them.MC roams around getting in easy fights, boring 'plotlines', and facing no real challenge aside form trying to resist his new buxom beast-girl's advances. The writer tries to make it seem like he has trauma, but he never expresses it much other than one panel in chapter 11 whilst his beastgirl slave is attemping to give him some.Fairly shit, art is better than most manhwa though.
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