An average student got to another world and was granted the strongest job. No not a hero, not a sage either, it's inspector. With the ability to inspect anything and gather information accurately, surely this is the strongest job there is.
I highly recomnd this to someone who likes a hero who is overpowered not in a fight, but in litteraly anything lse
The best way I can think of to describe the blandness of this manga is that it felt like the introductory tutorial or training sequence of a video game, not like a story. The dialogue feels stilted and the relationships between the characters feel disingenuous. The large amount of text on the inspection screens clutter the panels and provide very little to no useful information. The entire premise of the story--of an Inspector being the strongest class--is immediately undercut by the fact that Hibiki gains skills which clearly have nothing to do with inspecting and its those skills which are actually helpful. He has the ability to create contracts and cast spells as well as being able to use archery. And to top it all off, the Great God of the world will give him new skills as the situation asks for it. [Reviewed at chapter 12]
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