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Shampoliny

  • Norge
  • Joined Jan 14, 2020
  • 20 / M

Just ur regular joe from Norway:) 

some of my favorite genre in anime is''from weak to strong'' ''1000iq'' ''isekai trash'' and ''dark/dirty comedy''

some of my favorites anime (not all of them, not in order as well) 

Some of my favorites manga

come with some recomendation as well :)



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Marc26 Jul 7, 2020

Thank you very much for your advice. Really I have not read solo leveling yet. But it seems famous, I think I will start read it soon. I'm happy you like my opinion about "Slave B" 

Marc26 Jun 24, 2020

I totally agree, great answer 

RPGlitchy Jun 24, 2020

Slave B is pretty tame stuff compared to things I've read like Ubel Blatt and Berserk. You should read some actual dark fantasy stories if you think the first chapter of Slave B was even that bad. 

My dislike has nothing to do with it being 'dark' and more about the protagonist being a special kind of retard that flipflops whenever things happen to him and nothing in the story actually feeling rewarding to read because of how the author set-ups his story.

For example in one instance.

He beats up nobles. Next chapter. He grovels to nobles.

One chapter. He scares nobles. Next chapter. He goes back to getting stepped on by nobles.

If you don't think there is a lack of common sense between these two events. I guess you like stories the more stupid they are. Because at some point. You'd think he'd either work up the courage and get over his slave status. Or actually face a real dilema instead of facing the SAME kind of problems again and again. 

That's why I said the story is painful and the author is some sick sadist. The character losing to problems he already solved before. What's the point of him getting beaten and groveling. When we as readers know that at any time the main character can get up and beat the crap out of the people torturing him. 

Nothing is holding him back.

He has already done it before. He already beat the crap out of people torturing him. He already got over his slave mentality in one chapter. And suddenly turned full retard in another. 

That's what you would call bad writing. It makes no sense unless you turn off all critical thinking in your brain.

And ironicially, its only by plot hax that main character is ever save from his fate of dying in the story. He should have stayed in that cave as a slave and get killed by monsters. You know what happened? Plot hax, Emperor saved him at the last minute.

You know his sisters were about to get raped? Plot hax. The slave owner decided at the last minute to save them from being raped and killed.

And him being killed by his slave owner after being kicked out of the military? Guess what? Plot hax is here to save the day. His friend magically finds a solution that proves him innocent and a teacher comes and saves him as he was allowing the slave owner to BEAT him to death. 

Does his hardwork mean anything in this story? Or is plot hax the only way he actually grows?

I mean if you like it fine. But I actually like stories with common sense and were characters actually grow. 

Not a story where characters are treated like crap for no reason and where their hardwork literally means nothing.