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Devilchi


Alt Names: alt でびるちalt Debiruchi
Author: Musuaki
Artist: Musuaki
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiHarem HaremRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Hino is your average high-school student. Sakuba is an amazing, talented, honor-roll student. But when Hino discovers Sakuba's secret half-demon identity, his life becomes anything but ordinary.

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Your eyes are entirely unclouded... They must be those of [JUSTICE]!

And now the heroine is a threat to all mankind. Nay, the world.
This IS a romantic-comedy series, right? Was any of that really necessary? I can already see the author panicking.
Axe in 10 chapters or so, I bet.

I had no issues with the rest of the statement, it was a valid opinion. But you continued it by saying he was effectively wrong to use his tools, which was silly. As for what he is doing, I personally think it's fine. As I said before, maybe he doesn't have an idea of how to do it normally, so he is using his theme to do it for him, so now he can get back to doing what you found interesting in a more thematically justifiable way.

oh damn theyre gonna fight, this is gonna be great guys, someone get ready to mop up the blood

I blame Seo for this.


This manga needs more truck-kun

i just thought that the author should focus on one thing instead of spreading himself thin, because i think he's able to create pretty decent or even good chapters as i pointed out.
 
and then you came along and cherry picked my dislike for his use of the supernatural tag to fabricate situations with little to no build up.

I had no issues with the rest of the statement, it was a valid opinion. But you continued it by saying he was effectively wrong to use his tools, which was silly.

As for what he is doing, I personally think it's fine. As I said before, maybe he doesn't have an idea of how to do it normally, so he is using his theme to do it for him, so now he can get back to doing what you found interesting in a more thematically justifiable way.

Seems my incoherent bullshit made enough sense to get you to respond with an actual argument. So I'll respond with mine:

You were simply bitching about how he was using the setting to create situations with negligable abilities. I was attempting to point out that that is exactly why settings exist. They are there to allow the author to focus on what the author can do, for good or bad. If this author uses the setting to create drama in a trivial way, he's using his writing tools to make up for what he lacks.

Your complaining was the equivalent of saying Star Trek was bad because the space theme allowed them to interact with Allen races and all their differences and overcome them with no effort in the setup instead of writing in modern times about overcoming differences between foreign cultures. It was shortsighted and stupid.

As for how you could possibly interpret that my examples of how settings are used to make up for a writer's inadequacies as calling everything cliche, I truly think that that is exposing your own tastes, I don't even need to interpret them.

As for me telling you to stop reading if you don't like it, your comment was, as stated before, simply bashing at a tool being used properly. There's hardly a need to interpret tastes when you are claiming you don't like how it's being used. Go yell at the world for using knives to cut things why don't you.

And since it seems it has now become part of the format:
i can be a smart ass too who's quoting people to sound slick. /s

 

this isn't even fun anymore, i was even challenging you to prove me wrong, but in the end we're just bitching at each other with no end in sight.

 

i just thought that the author should focus on one thing instead of spreading himself thin, because i think he's able to create pretty decent or even good chapters as i pointed out.

 

and then you came along and cherry picked my dislike for his use of the supernatural tag to fabricate situations with little to no build up.

this may sound like i'm picking a fight again, but i'm not.

 

let's just say we have different opinions on the matter, but if you wanna continue send me a pm or something. i'm starting to feel bad by clogging up the comment section.

Using boob chan like that is what I would have done as a devil. Well done unnamed devil character that will become part of the harem.

maybe i should've been more specific with supernatural, i was refering to the mind control bull shit. it served no other purpose than to create drama for the sake of drama, which could've been achieved otherwise if you really want drama, but you'd probably cook up an excuse for that too, so i'll leave it at that.

the author is using anime clichés left and right, which isn't a bad thing by itself, but then again he fails to create something which sets him apart or interesting at least. but something is "good" as long it's not bad, right? enlighten me about the superior writing skills the author possess, i can't see them. he's just throwing themes together,
instead of focusing his efforts on something.

also, you were rambling on and on how generic and uninspired everything about this manga is, even though i didn't even mention it.

oh, don't interpret into my tastes based on what i wrote. why would i waste my time reading this if i hated it? but people like you like to interpret into everything to fit their narrative.

"Maybe you shouldn't be reading xxxx if you don't like it.", nice defense mechanism for people who feel offended by something negative someone else said about a thing they like.
see? i can be a smart ass too who's quoting people to sound slick. /s

fling more incoherent shit at me. i'll gladly do the same.

Seems my incoherent bullshit made enough sense to get you to respond with an actual argument. So I'll respond with mine:

You were simply bitching about how he was using the setting to create situations with negligable abilities. I was attempting to point out that that is exactly why settings exist. They are there to allow the author to focus on what the author can do, for good or bad. If this author uses the setting to create drama in a trivial way, he's using his writing tools to make up for what he lacks.

Your complaining was the equivalent of saying Star Trek was bad because the space theme allowed them to interact with Allen races and all their differences and overcome them with no effort in the setup instead of writing in modern times about overcoming differences between foreign cultures. It was shortsighted and stupid.

As for how you could possibly interpret that my examples of how settings are used to make up for a writer's inadequacies as calling everything cliche, I truly think that that is exposing your own tastes, I don't even need to interpret them.

As for me telling you to stop reading if you don't like it, your comment was, as stated before, simply bashing at a tool being used properly. There's hardly a need to interpret tastes when you are claiming you don't like how it's being used. Go yell at the world for using knives to cut things why don't you.

And since it seems it has now become part of the format:
i can be a smart ass too who's quoting people to sound slick. /s

That Random bitch

This guy's got a future in NTR.

Yes, it's a story telling tool. Exactly that. Just because he uses them doesn't mean he is bad at writing, quite the opposite. What is a fantasy setting for? It's a tool to use to let authors who can't create a convincing modern setting to still write a story. Why school setting? To shove people together in an organized fashion and predictable, regular, and excusable interactions. Why magic? Maybe the author doesn't know enough about science to bullshit an excuse. Yes, it is a story telling tool. That doesn't make it bad. Maybe you shouldn't be reading supernatural if you don't like it. but hey, that's just me~~ /s

 

maybe i should've been more specific with supernatural, i was refering to the mind control bull shit. it served no other purpose than to create drama for the sake of drama, which could've been achieved otherwise if you really want drama, but you'd probably cook up an excuse for that too, so i'll leave it at that.

 

the author is using anime clichés left and right, which isn't a bad thing by itself, but then again he fails to create something which sets him apart or interesting at least. but something is "good" as long it's not bad, right? enlighten me about the superior writing skills the author possess, i can't see them. he's just throwing themes together,

instead of focusing his efforts on something.

 

also, you were rambling on and on how generic and uninspired everything about this manga is, even though i didn't even mention it.

 

oh, don't interpret into my tastes based on what i wrote. why would i waste my time reading this if i hated it? but people like you like to interpret into everything to fit their narrative.

 

"Maybe you shouldn't be reading xxxx if you don't like it.", nice defense mechanism for people who feel offended by something negative someone else said about a thing they like.

see? i can be a smart ass too who's quoting people to sound slick. /s

 

fling more incoherent shit at me. i'll gladly do the same.

now i'm convinced that the supernatural elements only serve as a story telling tool for the author

Yes, it's a story telling tool. Exactly that. Just because he uses them doesn't mean he is bad at writing, quite the opposite.

What is a fantasy setting for? It's a tool to use to let authors who can't create a convincing modern setting to still write a story.

Why school setting? To shove people together in an organized fashion and predictable, regular, and excusable interactions.

Why magic? Maybe the author doesn't know enough about science to bullshit an excuse.

Yes, it is a story telling tool. That doesn't make it bad.

Maybe you shouldn't be reading supernatural if you don't like it.

but hey, that's just me~~ /s

I blame Seo for this.

Hm, according to the comments I should wait before I continue to read. Wellp, at least the cover pic looks good.

now i'm convinced that the supernatural elements only serve as a story telling tool for the author, cause he can't write them naturally.

 

he's spreading his already lacking writing skills thin instead of just focusing on one thing and making it decent.

 

i mean, just look at chapter 13. it has nothing to do with the main story, it's just yomina being awkward, in a good way.

--->no drama, no supernatural shit, no romance, just a pretty decent joke at the end. nice.

 

i'd like to read more of that instead of a strange supernatural-romcom-drama abomination.

 

but hey, that's just me~~

lol what a dumbass

OMG, author, please stop with this shit.

 

I hope the next chapter is better than this one.

Did you even read my comment? I said I wanted it to be just MC and Yomina. I hate why childhood friend needs to love him. Ffs, just let those two have no interruptions whatsoever besides the action

Yes I did, which is why I made that comment making fun of the author. IIRC, there was no clear indication Osanajimichi liked the MC at the beginning of the story, but now we see that she does, and quiet effeminate male friend likes her...And then of course we have psycho-angel loli w/ unclear motivations but who appears to share a past with the lead couple.

 

It all does seem kinda like of a soap opera, where the idea is to create as much drama as possible among all the characters, rather than exploring a relationship budding between the two leads. I'll still curious to see if it goes anywhere, so I'll stick around for now.

Are you a writer who's too lazy to write interesting scenarios and would rather resort to contrived harem bullshit to keep your readers shekels attention?!
 
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Did you even read my comment? I said I wanted it to be just MC and Yomina. I hate why childhood friend needs to love him. Ffs, just let those two have no interruptions whatsoever besides the action

"But when Hino discovers Sakuba's secret half-demon identity, his life becomes anything but ordinary."

 

I don't wanna sound like a dick or anything, but this is pretty much a "run out of the mill" romcom so far. She could be a normal girl and it wouldn't make a difference. I like romcoms, but I was expecting something else.

<Insert_character_to_propagate_drama_also_ruin_the_moment>...

the childhood friend sucks so who cares 
 
author made her annoying on purpose i guess

technically, they are all his childhood friends as the flashbacks and picture suggest.
Reminds me of that secret room in Tales of Zestrinia .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DT_xSRkF-M

 

She was singing this in my mind.

Spoiler

There's even no need for discussion on who the best girl is


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