Mushoku Tensei ~Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu~

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Vol. 9 Ch. 45 - Aisha's Allegience.
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This chapter was made with a lot of sugar and love cause I have diabetes now.
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casually sips coffee
ahhhh seems like a fight is happening below me :)
proceeds to eat the buttery popcorn*
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makes me sad how Zanoba's introduction got thrown under the bus like this
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@gum_rummy
Dunno how it is in this particular isekai but normaly bastards dont even get to see their noble parents
If they want to keep her around and properly raise her without her suffering too much prejudice then they pretty much have to make her a maid
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@goodhunter....no one has said they want them to be perfect. Pointing out their flaws is part of the discussion.
Sometimes those flaws make them worthy of disdain too.

Paul reminds me a little of Stanley Kowalski from A Street Car Named Desire.
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People here need to understand that these are flawed people. Just like people you see today everywhere. They're not meant to be perfect or ideal, and that's what makes these characters great
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Aisha's precious but I really hate the idea of her being made a maid for her sibling just because of her parents' actions? That's not fair to her. Siblings should be equal.
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@adfjs I don't let Lillia off the hook either. It's pretty bad that Aisha thought her mother cared less about her than the rest of the Greyrat family until she risked her life to protect her when they got transported to the castle. I understand Lillia's devotion to Rudeus, but that is her burden to bear, not Aisha's. Neither Paul, nor Rudeus nor Zeneith ever expected Aisha to dedicate her life to Rudeus, and I think Zenith was almost happy enough to raise Aisha as if she were her own daughter.

However, none of that assuages my hatred for Paul.
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@HOOfan_1 Paul did rape her in the past and is scummy but Aisha's conception was due to Lilia blackmailing him into sticking it into her. It was heavily implied that she actually held his "weakness," IYKWIM to sleep with him.
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@jak Nah, regardless, the maid's the one who decided that Aisha would serve Rudeus since he saved their lives during the family meeting. All this hate towards Paul, yet no regards to the maid who have blackmailed him into sticking it into her?
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@Yautja
I haven't seen one convincing argument for something more than 3 months.

Only because you don't want to look at my picture I posted before, as your argument would crumble.
https://mangadex.org/thread/36705
Page 5, near the bottom.
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@Yautja I know what you meant. I think everyone should just be happy Seven Seas or Media Factory don't start sending out cease and desist letters. In other words just be happy you can keep doing what you love.
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@Hoofan_1
Unless it wasn't clear, I was referring to fan translations. Obviously there are 'official' translations being done by companies that do have legal rights for translation. Those aren't really a subject for discussion when it comes to how long it takes for a series to be marked as dead, fan translations and the moralities and such surround "sniping" a series for a multitude of obvious reasons. I don't know if you were trying to be cheeky or pretentious but no one likes an obvious nitpicker, especially when it's clearly not related to the discussion. I think it's fairly obvious none of what was discussed by anyone below applies or was said in reference to legal translations.
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@Yautja actually someone does have the right to it, Seven Seas. They legally have a right to translate it to English.

@jak...not just bang the maid...but rape her

Last edited 8 mo ago by HOOfan_1.
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@Amplify I appreciate the tl;dr and link.
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@Amplify That would be if it actually stuck to a monthly schedule. LetItGo Scans seems to like to abandon series for months at a time only to then come back when someone else starts translating it again so they can claim that they were sniped.
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@colxeric
They are, at least to the majority of people and those with fully functioning brains. 3 months has been the standard for a decade or so. I haven't seen one convincing argument for something more than 3 months. If you have a 3 month, 6 month, or year long delay, the translation is dead and you don't get to go "but wait I still wanna do it" for your own ego, certainly not without criticism, as the translator for this series tries to do. Especially not when there's multiple groups of people out there willing to translate it and many people who want to read it. The arguments I have seen for this ridiculous position are the most unintellegent, emotional, illogcal and childish possible assertions. I haven't seen any consistent, reliable translation that go more than a month in between uploads. It shouldn't even have to be explained how ridiculous it is to badger other people about picking up a project that literally no one has the rights to.
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@colxeric
It's really not. Groups get delayed all the time for things like university finals, considering most of the people in scanlation are students doing it as a hobby in their free time. A year is a certain time frame, that way there can be no one bad period of time in that year that caused the delay as it's the entire year.

There's tens or more manga series out there than there are groups who can work on them, so the only way anything really gets done is with a gentleman's agreement between most groups to only work on any given series if it has nobody else doing it.
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Updates "within the last year" is a ridiculous time frame. If a group doesn't release for 3 months—that is 3 releases for a monthly manga—the series should be considered abandoned by the group. The series should be up for grabs after.
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I'd have just PMed this instead of airing it in public, but the coward has me blocked.
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