Should I start this manga? Do you like bread and butter Isekai? Yes? Then jump on this train because it only gets isekai'er? from here.
-Moderate Spoilers- (If you don't want a quick plot overview skip down to the pros and cons)
MC-kun has died due to an accident in japan and is reincarnated into another world with RPG elements, from here he is given the class of one of the weaker roles, "villager" which means he is unable to help his newfound friends on their adventures to end the world destruction.
As the story presses on, poor MC-kun is betrayed and on deaths bed, only to be
face to face with a goddess, revealing that MC-kun would be AGAIN reincarnated into the same timeline in an attempt to get strong enough to help his allies with their fight.
Pushing forward MC-kun alters the natural timeline when he is a child allowing him to delve into the Dragon-kins dungeon of trials, for me this was at least interesting, goals had been set out and things were making progress.
But all good things must come to an end, Isekai Death-Pit (Where something that should occur over 2-5 chapters is shoved into 2 pages and explains why the MC deus ex machina'd their way into being either OP or not dead, i.e poor writing)
At chapter 10 there is a time jump of roughly 2 years and MC-kuns Allies are in trouble, low and behold though, just before death, MC-kun comes and saves the day, not only with the powers that he was granted in the previous chapters but a whole bunch of other things that aren't explained nor probably will ever be.
After these events and MC-kun is reunited with his allies, you'd expect him to help them save the world like he originally set out to. You will be sadly disappointed, from here MC-kun decides he will miraculously arrive in times of peril to save his allies...... and in the mean time do his own thing.
RPG - Elements (I usually like them)
It has dragons and dungeons?
RPG -Elements (but god damn are they over-used)
Main Goal became a weird plot
Isekai Death-Pit (Where something that should occur over 2-5 chapters is shoved into 2 pages and explains why the MC deus ex machina'd their way into being either OP or not dead, i.e poor writing)
Will I continue to read it?
No, after the most recent release (chapter 13) where the main goal was just kinda walked over and replaced with, "I will save you whenever you need help" you can't just deus ex machina the whole plot point so you can write a sub-plot. That absolutely killed it for me, dropped.