Jui-san no Oshigoto in Isekai
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  • A Veterinarian in Another World
  • Un vétérinaire dans un autre monde
  • Работа ветеринара в другом мире
  • 獣医さんのお仕事 in異世界
  • 獣医さんのお仕事in異世界
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Kazami Shingo was summoned into another world. The purpose for that summoning was "to make the territory more prosperous." To sum it up, it's a typical "summoned into another world thingy" -is what Kazami thought at the time. "But, I'm only a mere veterinarian." However, never underestimate a fantasy world. This world has dragons, monsters, and many other races. The difference of language, magic, food, religion, common sense and many other aspects different from the Earth are endless. Even so, the veterinarian becomes a public servant and for the time being performing autopsies, medicine making, and improving agriculture. Not as a hero, not as a doctor, but as a veterinarian, and this is the story of how he do his best in making this another world as his new house.

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    LH Translation just announced on their Discord today that they have dropped this series. 💀
    Cmon need my wolf girl fix.
    another trash manga adapt that screws over the novel...jp easy pub cash grabs, would be nice if their was an decent novel trans around
    How come I didnt get the notification for chapter 35?
    the eternal virgin. he could be dalai lama if he wanted to.
    @Sumguy62 I would assume he'd extract it from pigs like we used to.
    I love this concept a lot, but man, is the re-readability of this series low XD
    It feels like a drag to get through half of this.
    The other half's really good, though.

    You can make insulin from bacteria, but they have to be genetically modified, so I have no idea what he is trying to do...
    how does he expect to make insulin?
    seems interesting
    At first it was nkt very interesting... but around chapter 20, the story is progressing in a good direction.
    I can say this is a great work.
    I thought his job is to save the world, but unfortunately his job is to pay the debt of one girl.
    someone need to do some portuguese class, because that is a broken portuguese, not the worst I saw but still broken
    Chapter 31 : That's some Pokemon sh*t going on.
    So the dragon was using dead bodies as a pillow?
    I agree with the mood whiplash others mentioned, and the spells in broken Portuguese are bloody annoying.
    DAMN this goes dark! And @Elmithian isn't kidding about the whiplash. It feels like each panel was conceived and drawn individually, without thought of the overall flow of the chapter, so panels with a joke have comically drawn or deformed characters (think Fruits Basket or Full Metal Alchemist gag beats), even if one panel before that, someone's talking about taking their own life. There's no in-between panels where a character expresses bittersweet chagrin or is smiling despite themselves, it's either comedy or tragedy with no middle ground. I think it might be a case of poor adaptation, or bad communication between the writer and the artist(s), because sometimes it really feels like a line should have been that bit of a breather, but instead it's more wacky facial expressions!

    The plot seems slapped together and empty, and I can't tell if it's bad writing or a bad adaptation, where things like side chapters showing other character's inner monologues were cut out to focus on the protagonist. There's the usual isekai genre staples like demihuman slaves and busty fifteen-year-olds all wanting to hop on Protag's dick because he showed the barest minimum of common decency, and the hero responds in the noncommittal way of a true harem protagonist. There's slimes and demonic beasts(?), but it's never really explained to us, the reader, what the world is like? Shingo spends the first few days/weeks getting cram-schooled on the world around him, but that happens off-screen with little glimpses for comedic effect (because girl character is over-enthusiastic about teaching him, ha ha). We don't know what he's taught, so when it cuts to people talking about world politics and mentioning things about the succession or the church, that means dick-all to us because they haven't told us jack! We're supposed to just know what's going on because Fantasy World, but if you cut the parts the explore the characters, and you cut the parts that build the world, and you do any sort of learning or growing off-panel, then what the fuck is left? Why are we even here? To listen to slaves complain about sexual assault for comedic effect, before immediately lamenting the horrors of slavery? Why should I want to read this!?
    is there a place to read the novel?
    The mc is underpowered and to "Japanese"
    Whiplashes moods too quickly and with weak reactions. The story starts slowly and calmly, but there are so many threads that go nowhere and threads that this weak willed (when it comes to standing his ground to people) protagonist just forgets or ignores.

    Also, sudden incidents that completely change the tone and then completely change the tone back (in a bad way) are present, so be prepared for disappointment.
    Last edited 7 mo ago by Elmithian.