NEET dakedo Hello Work ni Ittara Isekai ni Tsuretekareta
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  • I'm a NEET but when I went to Hello Work I got taken to another world
  • Я NEET, но когда пошёл устраиваться на работу, попал в иной мир
  • ニートだけどハロワにいったら異世界につれてかれた
  • 尼特族的异世界就职记
  • 6.87
  • 6.82
  • 1,333
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  • 29,706
  • 96
The 23-year-old NEET Masaru Yamano went to Hello Work and finds an interesting job offer.

"A sword and sorcery fantasy, test play for Miniature Garden of Razgrad World. Extended period of time, preferred to be able to live on site. Monthly salary of 250,000+ yen."

He immediately goes to the interview and signs a contract. However, the place of employment is another world. Because of the contract, he’s taken there. To survive, Masaru received a cheat, but he is told the shocking truth: the world will be destroyed in 20 years. Can a simple NEET prevent the destruction of the world?!

Russian / Русский
23-летний безработный Ямано Масару отправился в Hello Work и нашёл интересное предложение работы.
«Тестовая игра в маленьком саду «Мир Разград». Срок работы длительный, с проживанием на рабочем месте. Оплата: 250 000 иен + комиссия.»
Пройдя собеседование и подписав договор, Масару попадает на место своей новой работы — другой мир! Согласно договору, Масару получил особую способность, а вскоре узнал шокирующую правду: «этот мир будет уничтожен через 20 лет». Сможет ли простой безработный предотвратить разрушение мира?!
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"Angela" sounds bitchy as hell
@Faryshta I know I'm still reading it because the plot is okay and the harem is decently handled compared to others.

@denmark0128 I would not mind. Not all characters that flock around the MC have to be attractive, this goes for both men and women. For fighter type characters a more toned body would make sense, mages and other less agile / fit characters could also be more plumb and/or old. Not everybody has to be attractive (in the sense to what is considered attractive by author / artist).
@moonwolf287 they shouldn't make all girls in isekai attractive then.
@fagguette101 I am not saying your numbers are wrong but each of the waifus he meets are unvaluable.

@Moonwolf287 this is the first harem manga where each girl has her own unique arc, motivations, development, life goals, etc. They don't become just part of a collection or numbers to increase. I honestly advice you to give it a try, its the first properly written harem I have read.
When it comes to Isekai, a harem is a must.
- MC

I fucking wish most authors didn't think like that. Honestly I have seen it ruin so many that had a good premise.
I wish there were more without.
I don't know how money works in Japan, but humor me for a minute.

250,000 yen per month times 12 months equals 3,000,000 yen per year. As of now that equals about $27,403.35. Assuming a 40 hour work week, U.S. federal minimum wage earns you $15,080.00 per year. So he's basically earning just under twice American minimum wage. Bear in mind that the average American income is $63,179 per year. So he's earning less than half of the average American income for 24 hour full time labor and no days off, and he has to SAVE A FUCKING PLANET. This is bullshit. Talk about working for a black company, he's better off being a neet or flipping burgers at McDonald's.
Last edited 1 mo ago by fagguette101.
Slavery were never in any light "good", they could be positive or beneficial to a society as a whole, but they were never good. Slaves were regarded as objects, they have little to no rights (not to be confused with serfs). Ancient slavery is the same, the only reason roman slaves were treated better was because of how advanced roman civil law regarding protection of property (and by extension, slaves, which are property) were and how crucial slavery was as a commodity for the roman empire, therefore need to be regulated heavily. Individual slave's treatment of course vary depends on the individual's master in question, though usually they would treat their slaves based on their skills and capacity to learn, but even the most treated of slaves are slaves regardless.

I don't really have an in-depth knowledge of roman slavery as it was just mentioned on an hour and lecture on roman property law but enough to get the gist of how shit it must have been for the slaves.
> Why manga keeps trying to show slavery, sexual slavery or the sexual submission of women in a good light?

Are we reading the same manga here? Chapter #25 has a flashback about a corrupt noble beating his slaves. Is that "manga trying to show slavery in a good light" to you?
The Japanese and their urge to increase their population.. cuz them are getting old.. so Harem is good.. so to have many babys is good..

I was wondering if anyone else was going to say something about this, glad I wasn't the only one thinking weird to try and moralize fantasy.
@Avgvstvs there is just a huge surge in people interested in manga because of covid.
Thats basically a korean novel. their harems grow pretty large and they end up having enough kids that they actually play soccer games
I’d love to see a harem story where the harem just ever expands against the mc’s will to include everything from men, women, monsters and more. Eventually it’s just a religion and they’re unsure if the person they are in love with ever existed as the head had died long ago under the weight. Bliss.
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You guys and you modern close minded western ideas, news flash guys, the only reason why slavery is viewed as bad is because of the US and Europe exploiting the Africans.
Prior to them, slavery had been used throughout human civilization in many positive way (Romans, Mesoamerican, Egypt, pretty much any large civilization), the difference better Western slavery and what happened before was that old slavery was part of the social system, western slavery was just about exploiting people and treating them like animals.

Old times slavery allowed people to have a living space, learn new skills and reform their bad behaviour (in case of criminals) and ultimately allowed slaves to be reintegrated into society, you could work your way out of slavery.

Imagine, instead of having millions of idiots and scum in prisons getting worst, you put them to work, they have to work to earn their living, they don't work they don't get food!
And by working they learn new skills, so they can contribute to society instead of being lockup behind bars like an animal for years without contributing or learning anything.


I won't defend japan's fascination with slaves and sex slaves, but japan does seem to be able to differentiate between reality and fictions, something which many people in this site and comment sections seem to be unable to do so.
How do I know that?

Just lookup RapeLay controversy and be amazed by westerners (mostly americans) inability to differentiate reality from fiction, while japan just shakes they head at their stupidity and close mindedness, this controversy was the reason why japan stopped exporting a lot of their entertainment for almost 10 years, and also the reason as to why they enforced censorship laws a few years prior to the Olympics, they know foreigns will get buthurt about japanese fictional stories.
Last edited 2 mo ago by Jzc136.
@lightng I feel like this is a troll post so I'll bite, say my piece and be done with it.

I think the fact that the fandom in Japan aren't trying to enslave each other is proof enough that they know the difference between reality and fiction. It is fantasy, fantasy meant to be unrealistic. That's the point. A slave trade doesn't have to reflect the ones that exist in real life, weapons do not need to function as they would in real life, and so on and so forth.

It also does not and I repeat, DOES NOT, need to celebrate anything. Murder is wrong, I don't agree with it, yet I'll happily watch Guts mutilate some poor unfortunate souls like no tomorrow. The stories are set in a world where none of what you care about matters, you read it to immerse yourself into it and not the reverse. If you find something you dislike in a story then either soldier on or head off to a different story. Fantasy is not made to be someone's moral compass, if that were the case then Dark Fantasy and all it's various genres would create the most psychopathic murder junkies you'd ever seen.

If you need a story to tell you slavery is bad in order to understand that it's bad then you're already beyond the cusp of normal human logic. Even comedians like Bill Burr point out that spousal abusers don't need to be told "Hitting your wife is bad" because they're not going to see that and think "Oh man, what really? I thought it was perfectly normal to tenderize the face of your loved one! Ah no! I'm so sorry sweetie!"

They know what they're doing and they don't need a tv special, a video game or any other piece of media to tell them that. Similarly, if someone agrees with slavery, they're not going to disagree with it simply because a story tells them to. Racists still exist even when ninety-percent of the population vehemently disagrees with it.

Also don't ask people to comment on the positives of something and then tell them to keep it to themselves, that shows immaturity and a blatant bias.

P.S. Also an argument isn't there to provide proof. PROOF is there to provide proof, an argument is made so that one has the logical reasoning necessary to believe something. Proof is there to show that that something holds true. Telling someone who reads a bunch of mermaid fiction that they'll drown if they try to breathe underwater because they're not equipped with gills is an argument, dunking their head into a filled bathtub is proof.

You don't need one to have the other in order for the premise to hold true.

Likewise, you can't prove that I am even human and not an advanced, experimental artificial intelligence. However, you believe that fact without any proof behind it what so ever because it's just the most logical thing you can think of. Good day.
Slavery is the worst. If you only read isekai fantasy manga you could think that's a controversal statement.
Why manga keeps trying to show slavery, sexual slavery or the sexual submission of women in a good light?

Internet fandom in Japan keep arguing that it's just a fantasy, that they know the difference between reality and fiction. But that's a bad argument, how can that be proved in anyway? That same impossibility functions as a shield, if it can't be proven, it also can't be denied. But that also means any other counterargument is stronger and much more credible than it because they can be proven.
For example, it can be a fantasy, but is a it a healthy fantasy? Does it celebrates values we want to cultivate in society? Slavery does not do any of that, therefore the negatives outweights the positive. Comment your opinios about the positives of slavery if you think there's any. I suggest you keep them to yourself though.
@Avgvstvs idk, I heard it's getting ddos attacks here and there, not sure if true tho.
why has this site been getting slower over the month, while other sites with ads are faster than they were?
the story goes downhill fast. ironically the first chapters with the clinic are the most enjoyable despite the fact the story goes nowhere. now that the story is going somewhere it's just going downhill with the haremshit.
art is good tho :okhand: