In this world, the concept of levels exist. Other than those who live off defeating monsters, most people are only around level 1 to 5. What's more, not just anyone can go out to hunt monsters; it's heavily influenced by one's role anointed by God. There are eight such eligible roles. Warrior. Fighter. Cleric. Magician. Rogue. Merchant. Hunter. Sorcerer. Those blessed with extraordinary power are divided into three types. Royalty. Heroes. Sages. But for the majority of the population, they have no such powers and live by farming or running shops. Towns are developed by those with the weakest role…villagers.
For the powerless villagers going out to hunt monsters is equivalent to committing suicide. But one day, a certain two-year-old child given the role of villager notices something.
Once you defeat a monster… you can earn great wealth.
I'm not a fan of mangas generally, but read some mangas that drag me inside. All of them has a sweet spot. In that case, this is cuteness. When I see those funny moments between little and our main hero, I'm sold. I'm sure there are many good mangas in the earth but as I said, I'm not a good reader.
Story, side characters, events... Full of ordinary things. There is a stupid knight, there is a stupidly high powered villager like Ichigo's power-ups (I love Bleach by the way) and some cute girls in a kingdom! Blend them all
and add devil's daughter. But why this is a bad thing? If you make a good job, that is enough for me.
*This is my first review and my english totally shit, sorry for that.*
Well its a cool premise and its has a OPM feel with it own spin which makes it enjoyable.
Well nothing says overpowered then being max level and not really caring(OPM) vibe and he trained hard to get there(so did OPM according to him) apparently the both lost something from this power boost, OPM lost his hair and emotions. But again there's only 10 chapter so we don't know what Lv999 has lost just yet. Worth the read as of now.
How can i write a longer review when it is only 10 chapters long and just extremely short. OMG this is not going tobe a good
review with stupid limits on review lengths.
From the art to the characters, I like a lot about this story.
The art is nice and detailed. The wide variety of different monster designs is amazing, With a lot of monsters looking cool and at times intimidating. Sometimes the facial features seem to look weird but it doesn't take away from the art.
Alice is adorable and she is awesome. At times i wish we got her acting more childish cause most of the time she acts like a 17 year old girl. I think it would have been interesting if Alice was twins instead. Have one be Alice
as she is and have a Alice that's more childish and ditsy.
The MC isn't really annoying or all that obnoxious.
I like how the hero party seems to be the butt of the jokes and not just have the Hero party be full of nothing but annoying full of them self characters.
I don't know if i like the idea of the MC marrying Alice when she is older or marrying the Princess. Me personally i always want Yuri anywhere possible so i ship the Princess and Alice together. They're also nice characters together.
Overall an awesome story that i originally thought was gonna be generic.
Another rather generic manga, the MC is super OP but usually goes Saitama. He gets a bunch of weak to fairly strong companions. But wait! There's more to it.
Once you read to chapter 15 or so, you'll that there's much more to the story. The MC isn't loafing around, he doesn't kill demons not because he's another Emiya Shirou ripoff but he actually has a far more important business to take care of.
Now, when we see those series with level system, classes, attributes, floating menu above characters, the in-series characters take it as a granted never questioning why things are that way. This guy is
suspicious of that system, he wants to know how in the blazes this suddenly began, who did this, who made humans and demons fight and more.
This guy realizes that the classes system provides some benefits to each class, he exploits it and reaches Lv.999 (as the titles suggests) and discovers something, a clue to figuring out this world.
I wish that this series would have started a few years earlier and not in this hodgepodge of isekai, reincarnation, magic fantasy era. Then this may have been another Arifureta or perhaps something better. For now the story is still in the starting, the initial 6-7 chapters weren't all that special, so I'll rate it a 7, but I hope that it improves and makes some name in this crowd of mangas.