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HaterDeOtaku

  • Joined Nov 14, 2021
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Life on anime

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Marc26 Nov 17, 2021

In 29 there are the explanation of his poor point in the test, cause the Evan's cheating. Niro is treated worse than a slave cause he "failed" the last test for freedom.

You don't like it, is ok. But I like a lot this manhwa so I know very well this, so trust me, there are a reason for all the first 50 chapters of this. About the other 30.. is complicated. 

Marc26 Nov 17, 2021

Hi.
Masterpiece? Why aren't you a comedian? Your sarcasm is unbelievable!
The fact that you don't like it is your respectable opinion.
But if you tell me that Niro suffered abuse of his master and Evan's friends without reason, this would make me think that you have not so much read as leafed through it.

But let's move on to what your review focused on. You said that Niro suddenly goes out of school for no reason. Well, Evan swapped Niro's written test with a wrong forgery, that's why he was expelled at the last test (explanation), he comes back to school because Tirasu discovers the cheating.

This few chapters makes you realise how onerous his condition as a slave was and how those who killed his mother and father go practically unpunished, and how he has to beg that piece of shit Harvey to be bought to prevent his sisters from ending up like their mother. Also if he had killed Harvey, the sisters would have been executed as well, pretty much the same reason he suffered Evan's initial abuse (that's the logic of those chapters), Olmu arrives informed by Tirasu of Evan's cheating, so Olmu teleports to where Niro is, who by passing that test is no longer a slave (the reason he goes to school: by no longer being a slave he can get the money he needs to free the sisters, which he says in chapter 31).


I'm sorry if the answer is long, but if you write certain things and question me, I tell the truth. Then maybe you rather than empathize with Niro (which is legitimate) prefer gods who are reincarnated in a loser guy and for the following 1200 chapters they play the braggarts kicking anyone's ass (those are not stereotypical characters, they are just all the same), I hope not.

I repeat again, tastes are tastes, I just wanted to explain that the reasons are there and they are quite clear, very different from the protagonists bullied because they feel weak, if when you talked about stereotyped you meant them.
P. S : Akame ga kill is very good, we don't just have different tastes.

All the best
Marc26

Marc26 Nov 15, 2021

I find absurd that so many people don't like it(but there is no accounting to the taste)