Fukushuu Kyoushitsu
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  • İntikam Sınıfı
  • Revenge Classroom
  • 复仇教室
  • 復讐教室
  • 6.79
  • 6.30
  • 158
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Fujisawa Ayana was horribly bullied at school. At first, she tried to defend herself, but she soon learned to just stay quiet and wait for the pain to end. However, the bullying escalated one day, when someone pushed her into traffic. At the hospital, as she recovered, she suddenly realized that even if she didn't fight back, her classmates were probably going to eventually kill her.

From this realization, she soon decided that the only path left was for her to take revenge. Her new plan included the students who bullied her, those who stood aside and laughed, and those who did nothing to make it stop. She began gathering notes on her classmates, planning exactly what she could do to make each of their lives collapse. While some of the students really seemed to deserve their fate, her plan also included classmates that she used to count as close friends...
Reading progress:
  • Volume 0/7
  • Chapter 0/25.3

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Too much rape really. Also didn't explain Ren's motives on ordering Daisuke to rape Ayane. All messed up really. It really reeks of "unplanned developments" just like @datonegui said. Miho's motives are also unclear and her obsession with "No Longer Human" is also unexplained. I have come to pity the MC as she is only really a puppet. MC's father is really the one to blame. And yes, too much rape really, hurts my soul. I wouldn't feel as bad if there were no rape actually.

This is just a rant for bettering my feelings, forgive me if I disturbed your comment reading.
This wasn't very good. I don't think the author had any of it planned before he started and just made stuff up. Part way through he decided to throw twists in and none of them really work, and some of them downright don't even make sense.

Also apparently 90% of the men in this manga's universe have absolutely no qualms with raping. One time is bad enough, but the author just kept putting in (heavily implied) rape scenes. It's a cheap technique to illicit discomfort. Then again this is a world where the better part of a middle school class are psychopaths and later murderers. So ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
It would be good in a anime... wont happen tho
In case anyone stumbles upon this in the future and is curious, I don't think there are actually any missing chapters. Looks like it's just formatted weird. Like the "chapter number" is based off the victim number, but since there are sometimes 2 victims in a single chapter, that throws off the numbering.
@Itsn honestly, I think it’s just the author’s poor reasonings of why and how all the events happened. It was completely unnecessary, but since the character revealing has had absolutely no development and was obviously building up to a revelation, that happened. It doesn’t change the already messed up ending though imo
i was going to reread this one
yet another title with missing chapters
did the scanlator group delete their uploads?
This suffers from a sever case of the author writing as he goes along. I sort of liked it, but there are a lot of things that really don't make much sense.

@Phuocphuc46 Okay, do you have ANY idea what the hell that final reveal on the last page was even supposed to mean?
Rarely does a manga of this kind continue to be fuckingly interesting from beginning to end. As always the convenient tragedies that shape our characters are blatant as ever, but at least the author try to piece them all together instead of just leaving them as one-off backstories. I geniuely thought the ending was good. Probably my favourite revenge manga ever and definitely my guilty pleasure.
I remember this. Started decent enough, but degenerated into the dumbest shit ever.
that was a boring end. i thought thered be more to this
Where'd all the chapters go?
It's a great story, but told badly. It obscured it endgame by red herring the plot too much that it became a mess. Like, "Let me cherrypick the facts you should know so that you perceive the bad guys as good and the good guys as bad." I know that's called subversion, but subversion never play well when the one being subverted is the dramatic irony.