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Chihoukishi Hans no Junan


Alt Names: alt 地方騎士ハンズの受難alt Chihou Kishi Hans no Junanalt The Suffering of Local Knight Hans
Author: Amara
Artist: Sutarou Hanao
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyCooking CookingDrama DramaFantasy FantasyShounen Shounen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Sick of the trickery in the royal court, former knight captain Hans now serves at a remote station in the countryside. But his peaceful and idyllic days end when some Japanese people with superhuman abilities suddenly show up.
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"What ability will she possess?" The ability that all the others should have had.....MAGIC!!

It was presented in ch.26, that she has

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"What ability will she possess?" The ability that all the others should have had.....MAGIC!!

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Remember that time when this chick spent a couple of chapters making a dungeon just for the mcs to dgaf and got straight to her? totally same manga

The point wasn't that she did not straight out said "I am from another world, I belong to the Japanizo master race" -- but that a single comment from her influenced the way the plot went in a very drastic manner. That's the problem. She said she had amnesia, and she was immediately suspected be a spy, or any other form of a dangerous individual. To reiterate myself, it was a blatant form of escalation. That's why I called it nonsense writing.
And as I said, it became even weirder because that extreme escalation was immediately cancelled out by Glasses. Why was there a need to go so over the top, if you're just going to bring it back down from the heights you threw it, almost immediately?
It's a bit bad if that's the only way the author thought he could create a "prince charming" scenario with a new character.

It's not a really big sin or anything, it's not like this story was ever writing-gold, but it does make me go "but why". Just feels really unnecessary and I felt like commenting on it.

P.S: Also, please don't quote pictures. Put em in [spoiler] tags. 

but you know they are at a frontier with a country that they don't have a good relationship ... for them the first thing is think it's a spy (previous chapters really show it isn't that sweet the spot where Sir Hans is) 

the thing with glasses is actually as you said (and Haganai was actually pretty shitty xD), but they already said she was acting weird and had the characteristic of a japanese, and Koushi is really full negative, it's really roundabout, but it's on tone with the characters.

 

 

There are already here.

Transported back to the time: Jin

whole class then betrayed: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou

Transported a demon king: There is one, I forgot the name in which demon queen is transported 100 or 200 years later after her loss.

you know he was talking about the type of reincarnated characters that appeared here (in this manga), not the type of reincarnated in the genre. 

I thought that was pretty sensible. Imagine that someone from fantasy world is transported to the our world. He or she doesn't have any features like elfs or beastpeople,  or any powers or gadets. If he or she tell the truth, you would assume that person is  mad or played the rpg too much. 

The point wasn't that she did not straight out said "I am from another world, I belong to the Japanizo master race" -- but that a single comment from her influenced the way the plot went in a very drastic manner. That's the problem. She said she had amnesia, and she was immediately suspected be a spy, or any other form of a dangerous individual. To reiterate myself, it was a blatant form of escalation. That's why I called it nonsense writing.
And as I said, it became even weirder because that extreme escalation was immediately cancelled out by Glasses. Why was there a need to go so over the top, if you're just going to bring it back down from the heights you threw it, almost immediately?
It's a bit bad if that's the only way the author thought he could create a "prince charming" scenario with a new character.

It's not a really big sin or anything, it's not like this story was ever writing-gold, but it does make me go "but why". Just feels really unnecessary and I felt like commenting on it.

P.S: Also, please don't quote pictures. Put em in [spoiler] tags. 

There are already here.
Transported back to the time: Jin
whole class then betrayed: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
Transported a demon king: There is one, I forgot the name in which demon queen is transported 100 or 200 years later after her loss.

I thought that was pretty sensible. Imagine that someone from fantasy world is transported to the our world. He or she doesn't have any features like elfs or beastpeople, or any powers or gadets. If he or she tell the truth, you would assume that person is mad or played the rpg too much.

I mean in this series not other series. Those are not yet appeared in this specific series.

Hans :Another japanese person "facepalm"

pat Hans back.

Here we have nearly all types of transported to another world. Reincarnated:check Transported as is: check Became a dungeon master: check Became a tamer:check Became a healer:check Even transported to a game. What is left is transported back to time,

whole class transported then betrayed by them, transported as a demon king

There are already here.

Transported back to the time: Jin

whole class then betrayed: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou

Transported a demon king: There is one, I forgot the name in which demon queen is transported 100 or 200 years later after her loss.

 

At first I thought it was extremely roundabout and needlessly convoluted, that the story escalates into a misunderstanding scenario just because Magical-girl here said 'oh no I have amnesia". But what soon followed, was that one of the main characters completely deescalated the entire ordeal by reading outloud from the script what actually happened, thus potentially saving a long-winded scenario in which they try to "investigate who this amnesiac girl really is!"
 

But in that case, what was the point of the misunderstanding to begin with. It's a cheap shot that was resolved by another cheap shot, which is the all-knowing-main-character. What's the point? To use an extremely indirect and forceful method to isolate the magical-girl and prince-charming together?

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But I'll buy it.
I always find it weird when the author oneself notices that their plot makes use of really cheap tricks, and comments on them (like the picture above) -- yet, the author doesn't really do anything other than to criticize themselves in-writing.
The closest example in mind is Haganai, in which at some point, even the characters get so angry at the writing, they start to physically and verbally assault the MC for how bullshit the writing is.

 

I thought that was pretty sensible. Imagine that someone from fantasy world is transported to the our world. He or she doesn't have any features like elfs or beastpeople,  or any powers or gadets. If he or she tell the truth, you would assume that person is  mad or played the rpg too much. 

Here we have nearly all types of transported to another world. Reincarnated:check Transported as is: check Became a dungeon master: check Became a tamer:check Became a healer:check Even transported to a game. What is left is transported back to time, whole class transported then betrayed by them, transported as a demon king

At first I thought it was extremely roundabout and needlessly convoluted, that the story escalates into a misunderstanding scenario just because Magical-girl here said 'oh no I have amnesia". But what soon followed, was that one of the main characters completely deescalated the entire ordeal by reading outloud from the script what actually happened, thus potentially saving a long-winded scenario in which they try to "investigate who this amnesiac girl really is!"
 

But in that case, what was the point of the misunderstanding to begin with. It's a cheap shot that was resolved by another cheap shot, which is the all-knowing-main-character. What's the point? To use an extremely indirect and forceful method to isolate the magical-girl and prince-charming together?

f0a7c53e68.png

But I'll buy it.
I always find it weird when the author oneself notices that their plot makes use of really cheap tricks, and comments on them (like the picture above) -- yet, the author doesn't really do anything other than to criticize themselves in-writing.
The closest example in mind is Haganai, in which at some point, even the characters get so angry at the writing, they start to physically and verbally assault the MC for how bullshit the writing is.

Maybe her ability will be to jump to conclusions.

The impending love triangle would be epic.

That's quite the coincidence that someone from her game is there in the alternate world ...

Hans is like "Sigh...Not again"

Maybe she has been reading too much Goblin Slayer?

Pretty sure anyone would run and scream from a goblin if they've read that

Where... is he tucking that napkin?  He isn't wearing a shirt, or just a collar.  Hrm.

That jail reminds me of Norway penal system for some reason.

The clarity this release had.......THE CLARITY!!

Are we sure this new character is a she?

 

I mean...it's Japan,you know.

Bah. I want more Hans.

There may be a specific reason for all these Japanese getting transported, maybe God customs agents are asleep at the wheel, but only in Japan. So gates to other worlds are just being left open around the weirder Japanese vending machines, or the immigration god left portals to all his favorite snack machines.

They all end up in Narnia...

Spoke too soon, she gets a cliched prince charming scenario in ch 38. As for Kyouji and the other characters,

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Man, this manga should be renamed to "Being Kyouji is suffering."

Minor spoilers for another manga, but try Densetsu no Yuusha no Konkatsu if you want an ending that is true suffering. Like DAMN!

What?! When a goblin picks her up, she yells. When a human picks her up, she blushes. WTF? That's racist!

Maybe she has been reading too much Goblin Slayer?

What?! When a goblin picks her up, she yells. When a human picks her up, she blushes. WTF? That's racist!

Obviously girl-who-thinks-everyone-is-out-to-rape-her will end up liking Kyouji because he seems too pathetic to even be capable of sex.

Spoke too soon, she gets a cliched prince charming scenario in ch 38. As for Kyouji and the other characters,

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Man, this manga should be renamed to "Being Kyouji is suffering."


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