Moto Saikyou no Kenshi wa, Isekai Mahou ni Akogareru

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Ch. 6
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Even if you are the sister of the MC and cares for him in your heart, I won't forgive you you know
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i just realized, but the style of drawing seems different on the cover vs content of manga(mainly the eyes)



also, their eyes weirdly are an exact match for their hair colour
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well i kinda get her but still, a little too young to be such a bitch already
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uhhh damn Im gonna break the 69 comment streak!......... arghhhh f*ck I messed it up
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The family is complete garbage, but the sister is ok, only because she’s been forced to forget about her brother’s existence by everyone around her, who treat him like trash whenever they bring him up
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I haven't bothered reading the WNs yet. But, I've just noticed.
Rather than being unable to grow, level or learn a new skill due to him being already capped, that only applies to 'their' world's skill system.

The MC's actions(read as 'skills') simply just doesn't get recognized and/or acknowledged by the world's system, besides the blessings he got from the dragon god he defeated in his previous life which is deemed too bs to bother with.
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cant wait to see sister get her ass whooped
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In before imouto realizes that her stance is shit and her sword instructors are shit. Bro-con imoutos are so adorable.
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I don't blame the the lil sis. The rule that made her like this.
Hope she will get sense and 'love onii-chan' mode back once the MC kicks her ass.

DO ET BOII!
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i dont get the point of ignoring his existence lol. obviously dont waste resources on him, but whats the point of keeping him there and taking care of him and then having some childish "he doesnt exist" thing.

@Aelth calm down your inferiority complex is leaking out lmao. she was a little rude to him once or twice which she was struggling with, which is why she went to see him instead of ignoring him like she was supposed to. fuck his parents, but she hasn't even done anything yet
Last edited 1 year ago by botodopo.
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Send her to the shadow realm
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Let me guess, the MC will beat her, and then all will be forgiven for her treating him like dogshit. I'm so sick of the ultra-benevolent MC trope, he should beat her ass and send her back to his fuckface parents.
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@PersonaJXT

Try to master the skill IGNORANCE.

You can see the skill description here, but I must warn thee you might be offended.

Last edited 1 year ago by Rift.
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@PersonaJXT Oh, right, the skill name actually have "godly" in it.
Isn't it written in kanji tho? Just write it off as some sort of ancient kanji that no one (there) knows what it actually means.
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@mage_goo It would be a rather convoluted series of events for there to have been others who have gotten appraisals that said they were comparable to gods and then proceeded to suck at everything. I'd probably drop the story if the story tried to pull that one. Because again once more, comparable to a god. That's the part that bothers me. Everything else I could buy at a stretch if need be, but the moment the appraisal compared him to a god in its description logic would have to take a flying leap off a cliff for someone to conclude that person was anything less than comparable to a god. Because that's literally in its description.

Like if say in real life on a 0-100% scale test that somehow decided the rest of your life, if someone somehow got a result that said, "G for Godlike. No more room for further improvement," what kind of conclusion would a reasonable person draw? If you were a parent or whatever, how logical would it be to go, "Oh no, woe is me. I don't know what this result says but now I must shun and neglect my child because even though I know what "Godlike" means it won't affect my attempt at interpreting this unknown thing in the worst possible way whatsoever! Tragedy and misery, begone my child and leave me to my sorrow!" Or would you go, "Godlike? That must be good, right? I don't know how others will interpret it, but I'll at least try to figure out what this means before I jump to silly conclusions and abandon my child is such a way that would surely doom him if he were truly without talent."

But if you left out all mention of being on the same level as a god, everything falls into place better. "G. No more room for further improvement." "Accomplished. Proof of completion. This soul will not grow any further." Without the mention of being comparable to a god, assuming the worst all of a sudden makes a lot more sense. And it's just that small thing that bothers me. That attempt at making the main character seem cooler instead is just the crack in the screen that affects everything else that's viewed through it. As long as the story doesn't focus on it you can ignore it, but the story keeps bringing it up.

But whatever. The more I think about it the more annoying I find it. I'll just leave it at that and try to turn my brain off whenever it pops up.
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@PersonaJXT Well, the catch for that catch is that in real life, there's rarely any catch. You can get the short end of a stick with no compensation whatsoever.
And I'm guessing they've seen those kind of people all the time. For example, people stuck with only an inferior version of a skill.

Then again, it's still cold of her mother to write off his existence like that though.
You can kiiinda see it as protecting him from politician trying to exploit him, but eh. Way too cold.
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@mage_goo Yes, but again, comparable to a god. If that level 1 unit had a skill that said it had godlike stats but wouldn't level anymore, what would it matter if it never leveled up? As you said, there's usually a catch for those sorts of things and how the story bends over backwards to give everyone the idiot ball in favor of pushing the premise is what bothers me the most. I mean, what kind of mother doesn't even try to think of things in a better light instead of just abandoning him altogether because of a possible worst explanation? How are we supposed to believe she really loves him when she just kicks him to the curb like that? She doesn't even fight for him or anything, she just rolls over and gives up while lamenting her choice. It's just so... forced.

Again, not that big a deal. I can put up with it well enough to read the manga. It's just kinda like a crack in the corner of your screen. Everything else is fine enough and you can ignore it as long as you don't think or look at it. But then every time it's brought up it's just plain annoying and in the back of your mind you always know it's there.
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Too slow boi
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@PersonaJXT to be fair, the skill does says something in the line of "this soul can't grow anymore for it is has reached completion"
without looking at stats, that does sounds pretty garbage on a kid.

it's like getting a new level 1 unit and get told that that unit can't level up ever, though in hindsight there's always a catch for that kind of thing.
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Premise of the story still makes no sense. Everything else is fine enough, but I just keep remembering how ridiculous it is for people to assume the guy has no skills just because they see something they've never seen before that literally implies he's comparable to a god when they appraised him. Especially as he's outperformed everyone else up to that point. If only they had gone with a less grandiose sounding result things would make more sense, but because they had to grandstand to make the MC sound cool I get frustrated every time they bring it up again.

Well, whatever. The little sister is likely about to get trounced and then realize she's still a brocon. Art will prolly be decent enough for the fight.
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