Epic of Gilgamesh
Alt name(s):
  • Aeneulg Eun-i
  • Gilgamesh
  • Эпос о Гильгамеше
  • 애늙은이
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  • 8.00
  • 274
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Tludia was on her way to become a Knight within the Order when she was unexpectedly kicked out for breaking too many weapons and – wait for it – eating too much. But that doesn’t mean she should stand idly by when she witnesses an old man about to be attacked by a band of robbers. Luckily for her – because she was a second too late – the old man did not need saving. It’s Tludia that needs saving. Much older than his appearance suggests, Tludia rekindles a long lost memory in him, and he decides to repay her for her efforts by finding a cure for her disease (with promises of food, of course). Thus begins their journey to bring life to one, and long-awaited peace to the other.
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Empty.... that’s it
Just thought about this series again, sad that they went the side-story route in the end. Seemed like there were still a bunch of plot threads they could've went with for the main series, but oh well.
What happened to all the chapters? They were in the middle of the side stories already.
Not worth reading since when you get to the Cult touble makers you find out this loser doesn't kill them but instead he allows them to fester and grow by teaching them while fighting them as they try to capture him. Its understandable why he doesn't want to extringuish the small lifes but by failing to do so he allows even more life to be extinguished by them because he took the time to teach them.
I just wish they translated all of it :'/
I wish they have some plot twist at the end. A plot twist that is something along the lines of:

Ram returning back from that hell-hole after (omitted) years. With long hair, his hand appears from the edge of the world, remembering the past, reminiscing...
The first season was amazing, then de side story start and well, i'm just going to drop ot.
the mc is...... then done, dont even go with another story with another mc or just make it mc to mc to mc and another mc...lol
This is boring if you ask me. The best character was the bow guy who couldn't talk too
That would a long wait man.
Thanks for all the work that your team has done till now. ?
Rip then, Ill have to wait 3 years to read the rest.
Important Note: We are dropping Epic of Gilgamesh as we’ve been made aware that it is now being released officially in English at https://www.lezhin.com/en/comic/gilgamesh_en. Feel free to read Gilgamesh there and show your support for the creator, Hwan Daeng. As it is a weekly release, it should catch up to Chapter 152 in 2 years and 9 months. It’s been fun folks!
Mmmh. 3.5/10. Not enough boobs in my opinion.
good idea as a story, but poorly executed. The world building is really poor and plain, just 3 similar continents next to each other with some random cities that you never get to see, most of the time you don't even know where the characters are or from where they are from.

The section of my comment was to address complaints about shallow characters and a confusing ending being more common in non-linear stories, not whether it was done well or not by the author (I appreciate the recommendation).

How well an author does is entirely dependent on whether the reader is able to follow along. As I think I was able to follow along, I enjoyed it, while the numerous complaints indicate that other were not; it's completely subjective.

Plus, my entire focus of the comment was on this being good for what (I consider) it is: world building.
"People who are upset about shallow characters or a confusing ending are viewing it from a lens of "young adult" stories with a basic beginning-middle-end. "
Except the author got so many questions concerning why the ending was so confusing he had to make an entire chapter where he admits he did it incredibly poorly. Even if you want to argue that it's just disliked because it's "non-linear" the author admits himself he fucked up doing a non-liner story. Hell, if you want a non-linear story that works nearly the same you could head over to Emanon https://mangadex.org/title/3796/wandering-emanon as that author do that concept better than him specifically as well. It's a poorly done story that the author himself needed to explain why it seemed so poorly done, because he can't properly structure the story himself let alone expect the fans to.
Great manga for what it is: world building.

Probably should be a tag for non-linear story too. People who are upset about shallow characters or a confusing ending are viewing it from a lens of "young adult" stories with a basic beginning-middle-end.

If you're like me who likes the offbeat stuff, it's enjoyable; kinda like learning about a place by drinking with a local stranger at a bar.
@Chrona I love you so fucking much. I accidentally came across this manga but decided to read comments first. "I will just take a peek at this manga that this guys talked about"... I gave up on a sleep and swallowed all chapters present. Veeeeeery good. Thank you. I haven't even read this "Epic of Gilgamesh", lol.
I can't read the side stories because of the end.