Kensei no Osananajimi ga Pawahara de Ore ni Tsuraku Ataru no de, Zetsuen Shite Henkyou de Makenshi Toshite Denaosu Koto ni Shita.

Alt title: A Sword Master Childhood Friend Power Harassed Me Harshly, So I Broke off Our Relationship and Make a Fresh Start at the Frontier as a Magic Swordsman

Vol: 4+; Ch: 20+
2020 - ?
3.923 out of 5 from 202 votes
Rank #12,729
Kensei no Osananajimi ga Pawahara de Ore ni Tsuraku Ataru no de, Zetsuen Shite Henkyou de Makenshi Toshite Denaosu Koto ni Shita.

The harassment from Alfine ー his girlfriend and childhood friend ー who is the same age, grew up with him, and became adventurers together, is painful. She is a peerless beauty known as the "Flawless Sword Goddess" and has the title "Sword Master." Her achievements were recognized by the kingdom as a knight and gained a noble title. On the other hand, he is treated as Alfine’s verbally abused accessory and suffers from her harsh harassment, resulting in him losing his dignity. He has resigned himself to spending his daily life in the position of a lover-cum-caretaker. However, a change came to that daily life!

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nathandouglasdavis
5

I don't care for the way they try to show the manliness of Flick by emphasizing feir strength and reliability in comparison to Noelia's, because by doing so it consequently portrays Noelia as weaker. In other words, it connects femininity to weakness and clumsiness and needing to be protected. Like, it would be one thing if Noelia simply wanted to be hugged by Flick, but it's quite another thing to have Flick repeatedly protecting fem despite Noelia supposedly being a super duper strong mage. I also don't care for the speed at which Noelia became obsessed with Flick or the shallow harem type vibes I'm getting from their romance. I am somewhat interested in what's going on with Alfine and am curious to see how that will play out. As for the meat of the story--Flick's overpoweredness--it's honestly a bit generic. I wish that fe struggled a bit more. The best thing I can say about it is that it shows Flick using abiilities in creative ways, at least in-world. The problem with this creativity though is that magic is portrayed as stemming from the imagination, to the point that people can make up new incantations, so in that sense it seems strange that Flick's ingenuity is so basic. It would've been better if either, 1) the world had strict spells and new spells couldn't be created so that Flick had to be creative in the application of the spells, or 2) the new spells and incantations Flick invented weren't just marginal adjustments of pre-existing spells but instead made more use of imaginative ideas. The way things currently are lies somewhere between those two ideas, where Flick is able to make new spells but the new spells are pretty bland and where the new applications for old spells also come across as bland because we readers know that entirely new spells could've been invented instead. [Reviewed at chapater 12]

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