Despite being a healer, Raust was an adventurer that could only use elementary level heal. With such ability, Raust has trained himself to contribute even just a little to his small group of first-class party. However, Raust’s sentiment bore no fruit. In an outburst of anger because of the failed quest, the party informed him of his expulsion. However, the party members realized something little by little once Raust left the party. Raust’s ability who was training himself had put him in the realm of the top class among adventurers. It was because Raust was in their party that the party was called first-class.
Worth reading it's enjoyable ofc it's my personal opinion and to me the story is new haven't read something like this 4/5
The people look stiff, and some of the hairstyles and character designs don't look that great. The monsters look more derpy than epic. The fight sequencing is basic and generally uninteresting. The buildings and backgrounds all look simplistic and empty. The flow of events is choppy. The starting point of the story--of having almost no one being aware of Raust's talents and usefulness despite fem being so obviously talented and useful--is a difficult premise to swallow, and points to bad writing at the core of the story. There are interpersonal developments and flashbacks that feel like they come out of nowhere. And characterizations that feel weak and at times almost nonsensical. Like, why are people cornering Raust and treated fem as some sort of pariah? If they just think fe's weak or useless, then that sort of reaction doesn't make sense. (Though, obviously, it also doesn't make sense for them to think of fem as weak or useless in the first place). And Margulus's pridefulness and cruelty are cartoonish and unrealistic. [Reviewed at chapter 11]