Akira Oda is a high school student who has the special "skill" of not being noticed. He, along with his classmates, are summoned to a fantasy world of sword and sorcery where they are powerful heroes tasked with defeating a dark lord by a king. With his newfound skills as an assassin, Akira soon uncovers a plot by the kingdom's royal family, and is cast into a labyrinth to die. He swears vengeance on the king, and seeks more power to achieve his task.
Source: Seven Seas
The plot is very compelling in that you never feel like a point is brought up out of nowhere or has no grounding in the story. Well done, author
Shit.. Damn fucking shitty author.... He obiously has the power to kill and avenge the comander yet he says hes too weak whilest he have max level stealth to scape after killing and has a high damage... This is really the worse.. I can see retards working on this piece of shit.... A scenario with questionable scene... Rather not put up a roof if you dont have post and wall... Why did he just kill the king and scape. With grief and anger filled heart and an absolute scape skill. He could just kill anyone.... So i presume the athor wants to extend the fight with the enemy with a shortcut but leave a huge hole... Its beter if he try but failed his assasination..... I work done poorly once will definetly be made twice to a hundreths... I liks the story but the train of thoughts for what i mentioned had poked my reverse scale...
I really like Akira's hair. And all of the monsters are really well drawn. The art in general is easily the most appealing part of the manga, with me not really having any complaints about it. But the main character, Akira, on the other hand isn't very interesting. He just basically turns being antisocial and standoffish into a superpower, which makes it feel like this was a power fantasy for loners. Tsukasa is somewhat of an interesting character simply because he feels slighted, which is sorta cute. The plot is pretty basic--Akira levels up by fighting monsters in dungeons and will use that power to fight against the underhanded plots of those in power. [Reviewed at chapter 16]
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