Party kara Tsuihou Sareta Sono Chiyushi, Jitsu wa Saikyou Nitsuki - Reviews

Party kara Tsuihou Sareta Sono Chiyushi, Jitsu wa Saikyou Nitsuki
nathandouglasdavis's avatar
Jul 24, 2021

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]

2/10 story
2/10 art
1/10 characters
2/10 overall
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d3Xt3rnz's avatar
Jan 2, 2022

[Reviewed at chapter 19]

Story: 7/10

The story follows a cliched "MC gets kicked out of the party for being weak" and "Healer who can fight and is OP" tropes. That said, there is a twist - unlike all other manga, the Adventurers Guild are not exactly good people and they may be up to something. There's a bit of immaturity in the mangaka's work in the beginning, but it gets better.

Art: 4/10

The background is and panels are okay, nothing worth mentioning, however, the face designs are below average.

Characters: 6/10

MC is strong (not quite OP but stronger than everyone else) and his character is likable enough, although he's quick to forgive others and is a bit meek when expressing his feelings. The support character, a martial artist, is strong too and not your typical damsel in distress and has some secrets/background of her own which hasn't been revealed to us yet.

Overall: 6/10

There's a few positives in this manga that sets its apart from the rest, and the story is engaging enough to want to read more. Unfortunately, thanks to the cliched tropes, poor artwork, amateurish story-telling and the annoying 3-part chapter release format, I would only consider it as slightly above average compared to similar manga in this genre but that's only because of the suspenseful aspects of the story. Personally, this manga has been one of my least favourite ones in this particular genre (weak-MC-gets-kicked-out-of-party).

7/10 story
4/10 art
6/10 characters
6/10 overall
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TheEpicGamer145's avatar
Nov 3, 2021

The story is a new kind, I have not read this kind of story before. I dropped it as I was finding a manga in which is OP and he does as he pleases. So this one is not for me. But if you like forgiving MCs, then this one is for you. This is my personal opinion. Overall it is a good read, if you like an MC who is too kind and forgiving

7/10 story
6/10 art
6/10 characters
7/10 overall
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