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'.
The story is really amazing and only gets better as the story goes on in fact it kind of makes fun of those cliche stories of "Hero gets summoned by the kingdom to fight the demon king and save the world." there is way more to it than that. sadly i don't really see much development from many of the characters in the story which is reasonable considering it does not have that many chapters to easily do such a thing. Our Protagonist is realistic and not like your normal protagonist,But he is not like super edgy guy that has felt the cruelties in the world and is only starting to see its bright side now. He is not a hero as the synopsis says but he is more trustable and sometimes despite his personality more likeable. Its as if he is trying to make himself unlikeable to keep people from bugging him but it hs the opposite effect of what he wants which is a funny way to think of it. There is only one character in the story in my opinion who does not add to much to the story though he is not a weak character there is not much interesting about him. He does not have any mysteries about him we know all we could ever want about him early in the story and besides a certain thing that he has lost and had to have replaced he is normally just there as a gag mostly, though that is not a bad thing he did not make me laugh all that much to be a very good gag. To be honest he is more like a striaght man for the protagonist that always has the same insult for him though somewhere along the story the game begins to agree with the protagonist which was one of his funniest moments. Overall i can't wait for the next chapter as i am hoping for the protagonist to meet another one of the characters that are important to the story [SPOILERS] Im hoping he actually meets the new demon king to see that he was actually summoned to fight the war of the humans that summoned him.
This is as of chapter 43, may edit this as more chapters come out. Okamura Hiiro was accidentally summoned with his classmates to be "heroes." Just like a game, their statistics are shown. Like other stories that "twist" the usual stories, he doesn't choose the hero path. Though like every single reincarnation story, he becomes the hero with unexpected powers. (*Gasp!* Shocker!) Hirro is very arrogant and cold to others because of a hidden past (revealed around chapter 20). Others ask for his help, and are forced to give something in return in order for Hirro to participate. He doesn't really ask for much, just books or info, but he's very arrogant about it. Like we aren't forced to say yes every time, but still. The character is suppose to be like this for comedy and complexity, but for crying out loud! Help them if they are getting injured or killed! There's just a line you don't cross. I love how others straight-out admit to Hirro's faults in front of his face. They aren't afraid of him because he does deserve it. At the same time, they respect him and is aware of his abilities. The "heroes" that was his classmates, even doubt him helping others. The story has lots of potential with all of the arguments and perspectives. I skipped some of the battles that I knew was not important. Some are, but some are just unnecessary reminders of his power. I like how the "real war" has been mentioned, but as still not started completely. It lets the readers get to know the character more before he goes all out. Right now it's a good story.
Art is mediocre, fights are weak. Story? Well, superboy gets stronger and makes little girls happy. If you like loli, good for you. Lacks in both comedy and tension, but overally not bad. At least its not oversexualised. PS: Dont go for smart-type main characters if you cant make them actually smart (and dont make everyone else dumb just so main hero can seem smart lul).
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