100-nin no Eiyuu o Sodateta Saikyou Yogensha wa, Boukensha ni Natte mo Sekaijuu no Deshi kara Shitawarete Masu
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  • 100人の英雄を育てた最強預言者は、冒険者になっても世界中の弟子から慕われてます
  • The Greatest Prophet who Nurtured 100 Heroes, Even if He Becomes an Adventurer, His Disciples Throughout the World will still Yearn for Him
  • Сильнейший мудрец, воспитавший сотню героев и ставший авантюристом
  • 6.60
  • 6.45
  • 631
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  • 566,669
  • 21,915
  • 75
Raising a hundred heroes and ending the war with an evil god, Eisen saved the world. Having received a great injury from protecting the heroes, he left for the Other World to recover. In that time, the heroes made use of their abilities to contribute greatly to the development of the world. Longing to meet again with the master they admired, they reported to him of their achievements in detail. Reading their letters, Eisen makes a decision to set out and pay each of them a visit as he travels the country to sightsee.

Light Novel: Bookwalker
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Wow. This is trashy in a totally unexpected way.
The protagonist is a flat and boring character but at least he evades most isekai tropes.
There are no antagonists which just cracks me up every time i think about it. Pure blissful utopia. Some hilarious shit right there.

But the thing that sells it for me is Rinne's design. A face that is not clasically pretty plus an outfit that would make even a dead man stiffen his joybone. And she's not sexualized via classic fanservice either. Highest grade waifu I've ever seen.
This isnt a good series.
Its so goddamn boring
No romance tag, so no hopes for romance huh ? smh
Satan, what are you doing with this manga rating?!
After reading 14 chapters, I realised this manga is just plain boring and will continue to be so. To be honest it already starts out boring.
If you're leaving out romance,fanservice,drama, harem out of the genres than you have to at least make it a very good adventure manga. But it's not...not even the slightest.
I hope the author axes this and re thinks the story.
Last edited 11 days ago by konzolmester.
At first and second read, I enjoyed quite a bit.

Now I'm reading it a third time and it's just cringe to see that over-excited elf girl and that MC having a cringy attitude
Many people think that this manga is bad but for me this is a good read with a cup of morning coffee
Still has yet to meet anyone. Trash
read this with a grain of salt. it's not inherently a bad story, the pacing and the dialogue are awkward - casually praising the protagonist and lackadaisical world building.
also while I feel like there is no need for a harem in any story, so far this type of story doesn't mesh with romantic subplot if there will be any in the future. I hope it doesn't fall it to that pit but it seems like a Josei story so far. I'd rather that she's just be the spirit wife of the protagonist and call it a day, this had potential and it would probably far better as a novel
edit: I know it's an adapted novel but I haven't read it yet. this story kind of borderlines western rpgs as it, try to self-insert yourself over the boring protagonist. the execution is pretty bad though, not a matter of translation quality but the original could've been proofread better. a straight to manga adaptation that's as bad as a straight to DVD sequel
editedit: mind you the art is good and the concepts of the dynamics is fun in it's own right, but whether or not you'll have fun is up to you. I read this as a shelf-filler when I'm waiting for other releases
Last edited 1 mo ago by IrregularPerson.
this isn't groundbreaking but it is a chill story
Why do people give out such high ratings on not very good stuff. I mean this isn't Amazon where they're paying you for your lies, right?

I mean at best this is a 6, and I'm being generous. Range is 4-6. Lower is pretty unfair since it's actually not nonsensical trash but higher it definitely does not deserve.
It is not really an isekai! stop saying it's shit because "is an isekai effed lol i am better than you lolooll"...
@Malghoul so you telling me it could have been a japanese "Charlotte Has Five Disciples" but what we got instead is a generic isekai-like fantasy ?
So uh..... we gonna meet the heros or.... kinda boring/frustrating even... would not rec.
The beginning is a bit interesting, but we're 13 chapters in and the whole point of the manga (meeting the heroes whom he taught) is being completely ignored, he even goes out of his way to not meet them and the story focuses on this generic ass world (whoa I've never seen the adventurer guild in any other fantasy ever!).
What happens if this gets axed? Will he meet all 100 heroes within a few chapters?
Boring AF, not recommended unless it is finished or it's further along the story.
Dam this shit is boring. 12 chapters in and still has not met one of his 100 or so heroes.

glad I'm not the only one who thought this. I was really hoping it might be he visits and we get a story from each one about one of their adventures after their master left. Could be real interesting, think about it 100 different people you could tell 100 different stories. Could be even more interesting if all the stories had some small, subtle tie that no one ever noticed because there was no one person hearing them all. Kind of like a mystery with a bunch of clues that slowly build to a story within a story. Maybe how his students through their own actions ended up saving or changing the world, but through small steps rather then an epic battle. Place the focus not on an op character but 100 powerful but not op characters.
Nice, another powerjerk isekai
Not an Isekai.