A god of a different world had abruptly appeared in Kamiya Yato's classroom and forcibly summoned the entire class to his world... except for him—because he was sleeping in a seat in the corner of the class, the round summoning magic circle didn't reach him—and he ended up staying here on Earth, but with brand-new skills.
After he made it through a whole year full of police interviews and journalism reports, he finally became a high school student, but the quiet days he had hoped for were far from over—be it terrorists who decide to occupy his school or even monsters from different world, one by one new incidents take place in the town he lives in...
Will a boy without any motivation be able to save the world?
If Tatsuya was lazier and wasn't in a world where magic is everything. Basically it's just like an Isekai with all the monsters and etc. but instead the mc going to another world with the rest of his class, the magic creatures are coming to Japan. Basically read the Mahouka Kouko no Rettousei summary cancel out the part about other people having magic powers and him being an elite child soldier and its this manga. Comes complete with an annoying female classmate and a little sister who loves her brother who from some reason get along despite being rivals.
A light novel following the LitRPG genre (in a way), the "new" Isekai troupe, the "SAO Copy" troupe but with a twist.
The plot follows these tropes but the twist is that the MC doesn't get sent to another world, he actually gets stuck behind because he was sleeping. The God who sent his entire classroom to another world ends up "accidentally" (there is more to know about how he gets his powers) giving him the power to level up while sleeping and basically create skills. Because of the incident where his entire class disappears but not him, he ends up being questioned by the
police for a while but they let him go. By his fault and carelessness, he ends up being found out by a Police Officer who is a detective in the force, who asks him sometimes for help bribing him with food. So a few years pass by and he ends up really OPed with some nice skills. And after that, the plot starts.
The main twist of the trope is original, at least I haven't read any other LitRPG or Isekai Light Novel and Manga with the same or similar idea. It starts interesting as if the MC is actually smart and want to do something. But a little after that you realize that the MC is just another passive MC who actually has no goal, no objective, there is no wanting to be King of Pirates or Hokage, there is no ambition coming from the MC, something I may as well consider it to be a cliche from this point on. Don't get me wrong, the MC's lack of ambition isn't the most annoying characteristics coming from an MC. The worse so far that I have read is the "MC can only complain and complain and complain" troupe. The MC from this, however, isn't like that, he does complain about how bad things keep showing up getting in his way of sleeping and not complaining about everything like the above troupe.
The secondary characters are kind of interesting, especially the first angel he fights, it introduces something I found rather amusing - the fact that heaven is basically a company with rules and employees, wage and stuff like that. This here can be considered a type of spoiler, but this doesn't ruin the novel, just show something interesting (since it doesn't spoil the actual plot, I won't consider as a spoiler"
The main problem in the light novel, besides the MC lack of ambition, is that eventually falls into some cliches like the clumsy character, the tsundere (which sometimes can be considered a cliche), the shounen feeling I got sometimes, and there is some level of protagonism (which is to be expected from all Isekai and LitRPG novels and Mangas).
In the end, if you are like me and like the Isekai/LitRPG troupe go for it, it isn't bad even if it isn't the best one.