Why didn't this manga blow up on /a/? I remember it getting a bit of spark but then it just faded.
I like it. It's a nice spin on the usual hero vs maou story.
That page isn't as shocking as the part where the cute innocent reporter that's with him reveals she used to be a whore.
The whole concept of the 'hero' in this world is that he is always lvl 1 and can't level up.
But, if he has exchanged fluids with one of his party members, he can kill them and gain their levels for a shortt time.
They had just fucked last night, there was a high level monster destroying the city and the deaths of all other party members weren't enough.
So this is another not-RPG not-SAO where he gathers team mates, they have happy adventures and SOL together for a few chapters, then he kills them all for le epic edge? To level up temporarily to kill the demon lord while it's a futuristic setting. Who writes this?
If it looks like a teenager's chuuni fantasy, it usually is the author's chuuni fantasy when he used to be a teen.
It's a pity though, because other than the edginess and the overdone plot of demon lord, everything else is well done and oozing with style.
Because there is a better manga.
/a/ is full of manchildren who were hit by their dads because of dressing in high heels and ignored by their moms. They are the classical atention whore that needs everyone to know about them, not the lone wolf, so they need a Gary Stu like the autist of Goblin Slayer
This sounds like an interesting concept, but I don't think there can more than a handful of authors that could actually do this justice without going overblown and full edge.
My sides, what is this this? Yukkuri abuse?
My fucking flanks
What's the context. Is he trying to level up or just gathering alchemy ingredients?