Yasei no Last Boss ga Arawareta!
Alt name(s):
  • A Wild Last Boss Appeared!
  • Yasei no Rasu Bosu ga Arawareta!
  • Шальной последний босс появился!
  • 野生のラスボスが現れた!
  • 야생의 라스트보스가 나타났다!
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It was in the year 2800 of the Midgard calendar. Back then, there was a Overlord who once reigned supreme and had reached the very brink of subduing the world. Her name was Lufasu Mafaalu, a great woman dreaded as the Black-Winged Overlord. She was too strong, too fast, and too beautiful. However, she was defeated by Heroes who opposed her ferocity, and her ambition was brought to an end.

Or so went the story of our protagonist’s in-game character, whose body he now possesses for some reason in a world 200 years after Lufasu’s downfall. Follow our protagonist as he becomes unnecessarily feared by his surroundings and unnecessarily worshiped by his former subordinates as he―or now she―cheerfully travels around this fantasy world.

Russian / Русский
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causal cannibalism of aries and goat boi
Please don’t throw in memes like madlad if they aren’t in the original manga. It’s both disrespectful to the author and disingenuous to the readers.
Last edited 21 days ago by tigerstar186.
we need a hero to bring this series back ~
When will the translation of Yasei no Last Boss ga Arawareta!? Already withdrew 21 and 22 head of.
Everyone's bashing on my girl Dina 😤 My bias, best girl 😎 //fight me ahaha xD 😄
Adviser must be the puppet for sure
Beautiful cover o/
My feeling after a few chapters, that advisor girl is guilty. She must be either the mastermind or something else but definitely not an ally.
@tonicwalter You're right it does sound really obvious but given the fact that Diina was already caught in one of her lies it's not. Well, we'll see I guess.
@Aanik - that sounds too obvious to be true.
I have a feeling that Diina is the Goddess. Well at least the Goddess' Avatar. Remember how Lufasu felt that there was something wrong with Diina's reasoning even after she confessed to being Venus? Well maybe she isn't a "test gamer" but the Goddess in disguise. I mean isn't it strange that Diina is the only other "player"? Especially since Lufasu's player was intentionally called by the Goddess. So that leaves two options: The Goddess intentionally brought Diina into the game world for some reason or Diina IS the Goddess. This is also supported by her current double agency between Lufasu and The Demon King.

Let me know what you guys think about this.
Ahh Chapter 20 really tell us alittle bit more about the world and also that crazy Scorpion :O now i'm waiting for Chapter 21 ^^
Decent story. Only thing I don't like is Also the pacing sucks. And I hoped
Delicate as an orchid, fair as a cherry blossom, the personification of feminine grace and also... a dude. Tall as a willow, slender as a reed, a dude. Radiant in shrine vestments, dude. The sun dips low in a rosy sky, cicadas buzz, is a dude.
So MC keeps Draitor around because he really wants another player with him in this world of NPCs, but also because the MC probably isn't strong enough to resist the author's influence yet and Draitor is an employee of the company so he is there to help the scenario work. If he wants that human connection then he should have picked up the hero and started training him too... but maybe that's for later. I guess the Goddess (main author for the novelization system) doesn't want the "game" to end, because if MC killed off the last boss (who might be a GM or someone similar tasked with managing the demons but can't break out of the scenario himself) then the story ends, game over, we gotta write and release an expansion pack.
Ahh~ chapter 19 :3 now waiting to learn more in chapter 20.
can't wait for chapter 19 to get translated ^^ i wonder what is our mc experiencing right then.
well that really escalated quickly.
when you cant get enough of just one person isekai'ed, but 2 others too. this shit is lit.
So, is Dinna goddess' pawn?