Saikyou Yuusha wa Oharai Hako: Maou ni Nattara Zutto Ore no Musou Return

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Vol. 1 Ch. 3 - The Hero Saves His Comrades
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@Kiriha nah, up to you, i don't even give a f*** anymore
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I was hoping that he purposely pretended to be out of stamina for 2 merc guys before the last one, but alas, the MC's not THAT clever. Worked out nicely against the last one though, who didn't want to get caught in the same trap but should have bum rushed.

I actually think that leaving the soldiers alive was a good strategy. Putting aside the Japanese no-killing trope, wounding enemy soldiers and stealing their supplies is a great way to slow down an army unit, as not only do they have to resupply like was said, but having to care for their wounded means they either slow down or split up. In addition, if there are people left alive, they can tell cautionary stories that will also help prevent rapid advancement into unknown territory.

This wouldn't have worked with the mercs though, because no merc is gonna risk his neck to go find out who wiped out an entire company without some serious pay or insurance, and that group was probably the entire group. Better off killing them all.
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@Kronous it's an established term so your way of thinking got nothing to do with it.
Last edited 8 mo ago by Kiriha.
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@GerryCerryBery
It happens, at least you didnt call Goblin Slayer and Isekai because it has RPG Mechanics lool
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@Adden : his ability is using gear to its utmost, it was the hero gear that was OP, not him directly.
Using a different weapon could easily be draining him much faster then the hero gear did.
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while I am glad that he's not an op god-like existence but tbh he seems like...way too weak as well as one with a way too low stamina for a "hero" who should have already defeated the Demon Lord. well, if the Demon Lord is weak it would make some sense but then once again... would a hero be actually needed when you can get double the amount of those mercenaries that shaved MC's stamina by...umm being slaughtered by the hero? which resulted in making the hero end up fainting... and use them to make Demon Lord stamina run out and finish him off :v
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@boag

You are right of course. There are so many isekai in a fantasy setting, that my brain naturally thought "fantasy setting = isekai". My bad.
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@Kiriha not all readers are someone who have knowledge about trivial stuff like that. they might have different ways of thinking.

@Kyujyu did i ever said about tagging? and i know that this kind of manga just a fantasy setting. i just think that they are take this as "isekai" from their perspective as earthling.

let's be positive, don't mind about what others said, mind about ourself first.
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@Kronous That's not how tagging works.
Fantasy/game-like setting does not necessarily means its isekai unless the MC/other important character in the manga been reincarnated/transported into that world.
Easiest example, Goblin Slayer is not an isekai. Just a fantasy setting.
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3 chapter in and I'm still wondering if that comedy tag isnt out of place there...?
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Maybe mc should exercise a bit. Trim some weight and up his stats a bit so he doesn’t have to rely on item master all the time. That would be a sensible direction.
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Someone toss fatty a sneakers bar ASAP!!
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I like this one
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@Kronous Literally, yes, isekai means another world. But the term isekai itself mostly used to refer to and generalize the "reincarnated/transported to another world". The world where the story take place need to be different from the MC original world in order to be called Isekai. If not then it's just called Fantasy world/setting.
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@Nk9bjP4A
hes Batman using Gadgets, never misses, uses just the right amount of force, etc etc.

@GerryCerryBery
unless he was transported from another world or reincarnated from another world, this is just a fantasy setting, not an Isekai.
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@Otong777
@TTX

To be fair he's still far from what is normal and commonly considered beautiful in this setting and our own world. He looks about as close to an orc as a human would get and he's not actually "fat" from what ive read. He hasn't been shown over eating or anything after all. His body type is pretty odd, though i guess he's still more normal looking than most JOJO's characters.

I mean how would you even make him uglier? The manga could just be avoiding too much detail. Drawing creases or otherwise unusual facial shaped and such would take a lot more work after all.
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@TTX
I remember someone said in novel, he really looks like an Orc
so maybe Manga takes some justice on his design and tone the ugliness down
@Nk9bjP4A
Item Master
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äh?
MC is fat not ugly
or is the hero design in Manga different from WN/LN
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And so the MC was killed and eaten by the elves.

Fin
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I don't even remember what his power was.
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