Not even a hero, Takumi Iruma gets accidentally mixed in with a group of heroes chosen to be summoned to another world. As compensation for the mix-up, a goddess offers him the right to choose any skill he wishes for! Hoping for a peaceful and quiet life that has nothing to do with fighting or going into battle, he chooses a seemingly boring creation skill. However, it turns out "alchemy" is the most powerful skill that allows him to create everything from a holy sword to flying ships! This cheat skill he unexpectedly acquired turns him into a wealthy merchant and makes him undefeatable in battles! A heartwarming adventure story about (possibly) the most powerful alchemist in another world!
Source: Alpha Manga
It was good at first but I am honestly kind of sick of Manga where they just force as many attractive women into the story as possible. Like, are they allergic to strong men being slaves? Are they allergic to the male protaganists being in a team with other men? It's so forced and so boring. I also hate the "I have amazing abilities but dOnT tElL aNyOnE" characters. There is absoluetly nothing unique or interesting about the story at all, it's exactly the same as 100 other Isekai I have read, very tedious. The character just exists to be OP and doesn't have to do anything to really gain power or abilities. There is no build up, and I love and OP character but there is just nothing interesting about him at all.
It's a good story just read it it's about a 40 year old man getting summoned and shit but there's a twist he has gotten summoned by mistake and well he is given a new body and is sent back 3 years before summoning by goddess so he can prepare for that goddess is kinda clumsy hot ass babe ,but she called mc a pebel infront of another goddess who also is hot af. So ya it's a slow life but with some little adventure it's a good find .
Way too much japanese courtesy for a medieval fantasy world. MC is one of those pushovers who pretty much asks people to take advantage of him. It just never happened, because every character is a japanese role model with only kindness, honesty and LOTS AND LOTS of courtesy. It would be okay for a feel-good/iyashkei setting, but this manga doesn't really try to be iyashikei or anything. It simply doesn't fit at all, especially not that everyone is being the same throughout all social standings. It's readible, but feels a lot like playing house in another world with your harem of slave girls.
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