1-nen A-gumi no Monster

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Vol. 1 Ch. 4 - Sensei, Please don't leave me behind
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Jimi sensei isn't fucking around. You don't mess with his private life during off work hours.
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Jimi Tarou, the 93rd constituent of the Minamoto Imperial Clan, and direct descendant of Amaterasu.

Trained in the arts of Ninjutsu, Jujutsu, Taekwondo, Kendo, Muay Thai and Systema with affiliates from many underground arms dealership and connections to the Triad, the Italian Mafia and Yakuza. Having studied abroad with 10 different languages, graduated in many top class schools in the US, Ireland, South Korea, France and Germany on the field of mathematics and having personally met the Prime Minister and President of Russia and China, the Supreme Leader of North Korea, the Queen of United Kingdom, the Emperor of Japan, the King of Saudi Arabia and many more, including the Holy See of Vatican City, and the Pope.
Last edited 13 days ago by Winchan.
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could you imagine if you could solve suicide this easily
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This is retarded lmao
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Oh damn, this story is getting a bit rubbish ๐Ÿ˜’.
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Why the fk do they keep a girl that "tried" to kill herself several times in school and is obviously not right in the head
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Of course he not an ordinary teacher, he was an assassin.
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NInja monk teacher ftw
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You dont need to asked, cause he is sakamoto in diguise.
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This is it. This teacher is the true alpha, the apex predator, the peak of human evolution. He is... The gigachad!
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Today's work hours are over.

What does that asian allow himself?
Last edited 10 mo ago by HYBRID_BEING.
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@Jaegrqualm you could just google it and learn that its common in 10 seconds
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i really think those two girls could be great friends, and they probably will be. i also love how the teacher just isn't having any of their shit lmao
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The real question is, how the fuk did she go from leaning forward with hands on the rails to leaning backwards...
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@Jaegrqualm There are many kinds of mental illness. I know one or two people who tried to kill themselves just to gain attention. And yes, that's also part of mental illness.
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Something tells me that this is not an accurate portrayal of mental illness
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Who is he, you ask?

He'll have you know he has over 300 confirmed kills...
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@TehSDragon That's probably a reason why Isekai is so popular, actually. Since you throw the (often audience surrogate) main character into a completely new environment, you get to explain your world to them in a way that's mostly justified.
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@Psychronia I think that's the problem with a lot of manga (or stories) in general - because of exposition, and immersing the reader into a "new" world, a lot of characters act like things have only been happening a short while, or that problems are recent. It's a major flaw in many, many plots I've read, and one that isn't particularly easy to solve either (short of just throwing the reader into it without warning, but that's a skill that authors have to develop)

It's not limited to just events or problems either - sometimes, inexplicably, other characters will explain things to the MC as if it was their first time doing those things - just for exposition and "readersplaining", so to speak - even if, by all metrics, the MC should be even minimally aware of them. Some authors use the almighty "amnesia" plot device, but it's been so overdone that it's starting to seem lazy to me, somehow
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I'm starting to think the teachers are just as much a part of the problem as the students.

I'm not expecting them to also be part-Sakamoto, but aren't they kinda...useless? More than useless, they fall into gossiping knowing full well that the class is full of problem children.

Rather than MC, it seems like the perspective lady teacher character is more of a greenhorn with how she acts.
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