Sirius is one of the best special agents that his generation has ever seen, but he gets KIA in an effort to save his colleagues. Fortunately for him, he gets reincarnated after his death, and now he’s a young boy in a completely different world! One of Sirius’ unfulfilled tasks in his previous life was to pass on his knowledge and experience to a student, someone who could continue his legacy. Still wanting to fulfill this dream of his, he sets out to meet those who he will deem as pupils in this new world he’s been reincarnated into! And thus the story of Sirius, the best special agent that has ever lived, and his quest to become someone else’s mentor and role model begins! “If you have nothing to lose, follow me! I will teach you how to live in this world!”
Source: Tentai Books
Read this if you want (73 chapters read, incredibly long chapters though): Isekai where MC starts off as a child and proceeds to actually age (physically) over the course of the story MC isn't naive and doesn't hide his true abilities Relatively lighthearted (more on this later) Let me preface this by stating that the first half of this novel is remarkably different from the later arcs, both in quality and style of writing. The first half is a power-gain isekai, while the second half is more of a crappy adventure. The world building which was great in the first half is almost nonexistent in the latest arc. The diverse abilities of the cast in the first half were standardized in the second half, and several explanations for random events were halfassed as well. I recommend reading until the Elf Village arc, at which point you have been warned. Story is great for the first half, though the MC and the Author definitely don't have a psychology degree. It was light hearted and hilarious, but picked up the tone when it needed to. Furthermore the pacing was just right so you don't get bored. Kind of disappointed that the MC always makes the 'correct' decision or always 'wins', even when there's no plot stake, but thats par for the course. Characters are great, but the development is too forced. Their interactions are hilarious, and though its a harem, it doesn't always focus on the MC. They have their own skillsets and contributions to the team as well as their own weaknesses and quirks. Not every character you meet stays with the MC but almost all of them will make you laugh.
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