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Days: 47.5
Mean Score: 6.85
  • Total Entries231
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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works 2nd Season
Jan 7, 2015 8:44 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Prologue
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Prologue
Jan 7, 2015 8:43 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works
Jan 7, 2015 8:43 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
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Dec 16, 2015 4:38 PM
On-Hold - · Scored 6
Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu
Sep 14, 2014 11:30 AM
Dropped 132/? · Scored 3
Meteor Methuselah
Meteor Methuselah
Jun 4, 2014 4:41 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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Extra_Crispy_TM Sep 20, 2018 1:53 AM
scrolled down just to see other comments. biggest regret of my life. got fucking spoiled so hard. noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo:(
Extra_Crispy_TM Sep 20, 2018 1:44 AM
I liked your Mushoku Tensei Review.

Still have it as one my favorites because I like the perverted shit, but your review was just so good I couldn't stop myself from congratulating you. Keep up the good reviews
edit28 Mar 8, 2018 10:36 AM
"Gender: Male"

(X) Doubt
Oo-Kami Feb 16, 2018 4:43 AM
I have to admit that reading novels in english is one of the most retarded thing ever done when the TL can't do a good job. There's a difference between the JP version and the version of BT novels, as the expressions aren't fully conveyed like they should be, the writing is done like a robot would do etc. . .
deletionoverride Jul 20, 2017 10:55 AM
I don't know lol, the only thing I could disagree on you was that you dropped it right before the so called "roller coaster" that made everyone love this series. the "sexualisation" was really minimal imo, it's a novel after all.
All the other reviews are from people who read it after 150-200 chapters. is what i mean
injecting_anime Jul 11, 2017 12:43 PM
Fantastic review for Mushoku Tensei.
elbs Mar 13, 2017 8:12 PM
Good review of Mushoku Tensei.

Good to see that apart from the hormonal teenagers that seem to infest MAL, there are at least a few that can still think with their brains rather than their dangly bits.

Being completely honest, anyone can see that it is little more than poorly-written, self-inserting wish fulfilment, with a large dose of unnecessary oversexualisation (even borderline pedophilia).

P.S. have you seen Re:Zero? Possibly the only example of an isekai series which isn't purely gary stu wish fulfillment that I've come across, a good watch IMO
sorawild Feb 7, 2017 10:18 PM
Read your review for Mushoku Tensei. While I disagree with your stance almost entirely, I do respect your opinion. It just seemed you had it out for this manga because it's heavy on the ecchi.
DoctorWasabi Dec 28, 2016 11:33 PM
Rudy's brain didn't show any sign of being not fully developed. Even as a newborn, he was fully conscious of everything and had the same thinking process as his previous life.

As for polygamy, I said it was the presentation that was totally wrong and the romance is immature.

I ended up reading more of these fantasy light novels and honestly, yeah sure, compared to all of those, Mushoku Tensei may be pretty great. However, that's not much of a high standard.
GreeneryRain Jul 10, 2016 4:12 AM
Just read your review for Mushoku Tensei. Just wanted to say that the review was fantastic, explaining the goods and bads, while all the other reviews were pouring all over how good it was in entirely biased manner. Anyway, fine work and thanks for the outstanding reviews.
NRVNQSR666 Jul 3, 2016 8:41 PM
I still don't have any problem with Rudy's degenerate behaviour, but yeah you are right, the writing was really bad. After i realised that it was hard to continue reading it and i ended up dropping it, i also ended up developing a bias against web novels, especially against reincarnation WNs
Animatte Jan 15, 2016 2:45 PM
Read your review, and i had to disagree with some parts of it. In almost the entirety of your review, everything seemed to be personal.

You stated that he was a Gary Stu based on how other characters see him as, rather than what you know from his perspective. Instead of understanding his character and his inner conflicts, you would emphasize on more specific parts of him that define him as a whole and along with his development throughout the series. The story of Rudeus Greyrat is a journey, and those whose impression of him remain stuck in the first few volumes will, sadly, not see him grow.

It is true this is a story about wish fulfilling, but why wouldn't it be considering the summary? However Rudeus Greyrat is far from being a Gary Stu in all sense, as he does struggle and only those close to him can witness the faults in his character. Those faults being ones that comes with actual consequences on a scale that can ruin his future. We saw a sample of it during his adventuring days, which resulted in a adventurer dying under his watch, and him developing erectile dysfunction after Eris left him. The severity, however, was witnessed firsthand during the Labryinth arc, where we saw what kind of weakness he bare. In contrast to his strength in battle, he is an emotionally, and mentally weak person. In the course of Human God Chapt his conflicts comes true, (might as well spoil) the death of Sylphy, and Roxy resulted in Oldeus (alt Rudeus) plunging into immorality. Upon hearing this disastrous finality of Oldeus's past, Rudeus confronted against Orsted in attempt to kill him at all cost. It was during that time do we see the results of how much Rudeus changed from the beginning of the story, where he would kneel down crying and begged the enemy he tried to kill to spare his family. An action that is not befitting of one who you would call Gary Stu.

He does not indulge in polygamy because he is a pervert, he indulges in it because he needs each and one of his wives in his life to grow and survive. It is this kind of dependency on others that some readers will not acknowledge from a MC. Rudeus is weak physically and mentally, he depends on others like how they all depend on him. It is this type of relationship that strengthens their bonds. This had been hinted repeatedly since the beginning of the series the moment he met Roxy and Sylphy.

Well, just one more point since i'm already making a wall of text. I do not agree that he is a 40 year old man. Throughout his adventures we know of his immaturity, the antics he pulled, the fight he had with Paul, and his realization of how much a child he still is. Age is a concept we use to describe our body's maturity, but how do we measure someone's mental growth? It is experience, knowledge, and wisdom. He may had lived the life of a 30 year old, but that 30 year old had the mind of a child. Technically we can't describe his age as such since he no longer possess that body, neither is his mentality, since it had been stunted from his past in middle school, and the trauma that came with it.

" I'm not an adult, i'm just child pretending to be one"
".... a child in a man's body" (referring to his old self)
"No matter how much of a genius he is, he is still a 12 year old brat" (Gisu after Rudeus's fight with Paul)

iheartz from Animesuki~
"Volume 1, "Infancy": He experiences somewhat vast physical and mental changes from his original thoughtless state. (ex: Lazing around looking at breasts -> Determination to not be a failure, Neet -> going outside, manaless -> gaining mana, etc.). However, he is completely sheltered from the dangers and harms of the world

Volume 2, "Childhood": Physical and mental growth starts to slow down. He undergoes social growth (ex: makes connections, friends, etc.). Still mostly protected from the dangers of the world.

Return Arc, "Adolescence": He is taken from his sheltered life and thrown out into the "real" world and his journey begins. He learns of failure and grows as a human being as a result. He begins to encounter hardships and misfortune.

University Arc, "Early Adulthood": He experiences his first real "romance"

Labyrinth Arc, "Adulthood": He feels true loss for the first time. This is when he truly becomes a "man".

God forbid the puberty stage.

I agree he is a massive pervert, but he isn't a degenerate. He had never force anyone into anything. He just simply really love sex, most men and women do. It had been established since vol 1. Not to mention he treats his wives with reverence and respect.
LoLyeah Jan 8, 2016 8:08 AM
Ah, I've read your review about Mushoku Tensei.
And I can say, it's a very good review. Even though there's so many holes in your review, but you still brave to be honest with your review, which is a very good decision. But there is something you misunderstood. Mushoku Tensei it's all about Rudeus Greyrat.

About your opinion on MMORPG-esque world, I may agree, but that just like most of fantasy works out here. So it's irrelevant for me.
And I agree too about Rudeus being Gary Stu, but it's because you only read until chapter 132 which is makes sense. If you read it until the end, you will know that he's not a gary stu. And why he had so many mana reservoir, you'll know it later why.
About author's technical ability, I don't know why you felt like there's no emotion... When I read it, I can felt some emotion in it...

And about "he literally happened to be passing by on the road, meeting the main cast by chance, and then he proceeded to attack them before leaving soon after." I don't understand... really... Maybe you pointing his daily life while he survives in a continent? If it yes, then it's pretty normal. Just like hunting deer in a deer teritorry.

And about Rudeus being a pervert. It's normal. he is 34 y.o, Virgin, NEET, Shut-in, Bullied, Fat, Ugly. And then you reincarnated into an amazing world you can dream of? You'll very happy about that. And, physically under 15? Isn't he get in the unversity by age 15? And about Rudeus stealing other panties... I don't think he stole other panties except Roxy's. Which is happen in first volume. And polygamy is acceptable (though it's welcomed, it;s still a rare occasion) at least in my country, so it's okay with me. And he's not really cheating...

Anyway, this is the one where I've most disagree. "if Rudeus hadn’t stolen the spotlight."
It's called Jobless Reincarnation for some reason.

Anyway, have a good day!
ariacelesta Dec 29, 2015 8:07 PM
Rudy might be fully conscious by the time he was born, but there was no proof that he had the same thinking process before he was reincarnated. Even though he had memories of his past life, human brain doesn't develop fully until a person reaches about 25 years of age. His memories may make him look more mature and make better decisions because of his experience, but it still doesn't change the fact that his thinking process was still inhibited and by his physical self and immature brain.

Throughout the story if you observe carefully you'll see that Rudy was indeed childish, that you won't even imagine a middle age man as. That's because he was not technically a middle age man. He made a lot of decisions based on his feelings, and regretted lots of things. I can't give you specific scenarios and examples because I read it a long time ago, can't remember the detail of it, but one part really stuck within me. I can't remember when was it, I think it's when Roxy died, or Paul. "I'm just a kid pretending to be an adult with the memories of my past life after all".

About his character, polygamy is of a different culture as I have said, I can understand when you say it's totally wrong because I think it's illegal in the western society now. And my uncle's former mother-in-law had 2 husbands :/ and in my birthplace you'll hear news about someone having 8 wives, 20 wives, 9 wives, so I think my view on polygamy is a little different from yours. I see it as not really right, but in the end if everyone is happy, who am I to judge.

In the end. you see him grow. Rudy when he's already in his teens is more mature than his kid self, and when he's in his 30s, he's more mature than his teen self. If you compare it you can see that when he was still a kid, though he had his memories of his past life, he was still immature.

About the romance being immature I can't really say anything on that. Romance irl brings back painful memories to me lol.

I don't know though, about 'high-standard'. However I can agree that Mushoku Tensei is great compared to a load of fantasy novels. It's really detailed, but sometimes mundane because it got too long.

Thank you for actually reading a post I made on your wall
itsugo09 Dec 29, 2015 2:55 PM
i read your mushoku tensei review (most of it). i agree that is too perverted but i don't mind it, i didn't feel that it was that bad written and it is not that the world is mmo like ( i can't say much about that because i don't play many mmo games), the world is explained and i find that has some sense to it it is not like Tate No Yuusha no nariagari where it feels like the character is in a game. there are some other things i don' agrree but lets leave it like that, in the end theese are only our opinions and it's not a debate.
I just wanted to ask if you enjoy it? I really enjoy it and for me that is the most important factor to take into account when you make a review.