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Japanese: カンピオーネ!


Type: Novel
Volumes: 21
Chapters: 168
Status: Finished
Published: May 23, 2008 to Nov 22, 2017
Authors: Taketsuki, Jou (Story), Sikorsky (Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 8.121 (scored by 1256 users)
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Ranked: #7252
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Popularity: #1994
Members: 5,185
Favorites: 126


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Feb 25, 2014
Playcool (All reviews)
Dumb-founded by the lack of any review for this amazing Light Novel, here write me review, by now I m reading Volume 6 of the series. I will update the review as I progress more and more into the story.

NOTE: For of all, if you came here from the anime, and you actually enjoyed it despite with flaws and mostly rushed development... seek no further, you have to give the LN a try, even if you dont want read all those first 5 volumes, which I deeply reccomend you to, at least start reading from the end of volume 5, since the anime takes a read more
Jul 5, 2015
Elandrial (All reviews)
I have read all 18 volumes, and can say this is one fantastic, yet at times frustrating story. The frustration is with the MC himself. He is heroic, yet when it comes to the girls he is frustrating. HE is not your typical useless MC, but every now and then he reverts to one when it comes to relationships. Other than that is he a bad ass MC that you can count on.

The Novels flows nicely, tho they do time jumps to get you caught up with what is going on and understanding the heroes of this story. This is a Harem story, but read more
Sep 10, 2019
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
tl;dr: A series with good combat and well-done relationships between characters, but that doesn’t have enough progress in either of these aspects considering the series length. 

Campione is a light novel that starts off with a lot of great concepts, but it doesn’t really add much beyond them over its 22 books. Hence, it very much feels like the series is dragging on towards the last third or so of the series, in both its core elements, combat and relationships.

In terms of combat, the system was quite novel, with each major enemy being given a very unique set of powers. These powers are based on mythology and usually read more