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Dungeon Meshi


Alt Names: alt สูตรลับตำรับดันเจี้ยนalt 地牢饭alt ダンジョン飯alt Delicious in Dungeonalt 舌尖上的地下城alt Gloutons et dragons.
Author: KUI Ryoko
Artist: KUI Ryoko
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureAward Winning Award WinningComedy ComedyCooking CookingDrama DramaFantasy FantasySeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: After getting his sister devoured by a dragon and losing all their supplies in a failed dungeon raid, Laius and his party are determined to save his sister before she gets digested. Completely broke and having to resort to eating monsters as food, they meet a dwarf who will introduce them to the world of dungeon meshi - Delicious cuisines made from ingredients such as the flesh of giant bats, walking mushroom, or even screaming mandrakes.

BEWARE!: This Manga could make you hungry.
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Silly Marcille, there is always a price...

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Wait, I didn't know about this? What chapter did he mention it or does it come from LN?

It's not so much said so much as just shown.

https://bato.to/reader#d6d23e1ea091e840_32

Actually he doesn't want to eat it because he has a childhood trauma where monsters attacked and destroyed his village. It's suggested that he watched his family get eaten while he was hidden and even suffered more tragedy later in his life. He just simply despises monsters and can't eat them because to him, it's like he's eating his family and friends. Laius, Chilchak, and Marcille also had this same trouble with eating the Red Dragon but ended up rolling with it when Farlyn ate it first. Kabru ends up 'eating' it because he now realizes that Laius is a good person, though even Kabru realizes Laius lacks tact and is as dense as a brick wall.


Wait, I didn't know about this? What chapter did he mention it or does it come from LN?

I am looking forward to finding out why the cat girl bolted.

She's a scaredy cat.

Can we going back on cooking ?

"Plot in a cooking manga ? HERESY ! ! ! "

Couldn't have said it better myself. Should also be noted that the whole dungeon and thus the city, was made with the dark arts in the first place! The very dungeon that supports the economy of the whole island's industry (which attracts foreign people like stick-up-his-ass samurai boy to come to). That very same dark art's dungeon that adventurers also have no problem reviving from the dead (despite not being taboo as well for some reason even though undead are a thing) while exploiting the dungeon by looting, with the ultimate goal of conquering it to attain all that it has to offer. No dungeon = no adventurers working, and thus mass unemployment, and no more foreign labour/adventurer parties coming in for the island. In the end, they got no issues with reaping the benefits of the dark arts that laid out the foundation of their livelihood, while forbidding anyone who uses it...the very picture of "Do as I say, but not as I do".

The dungeon is an existential threat. It's a /really/ bad thing. The occupation of adventuring, searching for the dungeon's underpinnings and destroying them, is based on that view, that people would be better off without this dangerous thing in their backyard, and that it never should have existed. People doing the best they can with a bad situation doesn't make them hypocrites by any reasonable definition.

Can we going back on cooking ?

I would like to note, that of the three parties, Laius' party took zero causalities in the last encounter.   So, at least as far as survival instincts go, his party seems well adapted to the dungeon.

 

I am looking forward to finding out why the cat girl bolted.

Kabru: So this is the part Sureau hates

Actually he doesn't want to eat it because he has a childhood trauma where monsters attacked and destroyed his village. It's suggested that he watched his family get eaten while he was hidden and even suffered more tragedy later in his life. He just simply despises monsters and can't eat them because to him, it's like he's eating his family and friends. Laius, Chilchak, and Marcille also had this same trouble with eating the Red Dragon but ended up rolling with it when Farlyn ate it first. Kabru ends up 'eating' it because he now realizes that Laius is a good person, though even Kabru realizes Laius lacks tact and is as dense as a brick wall.

Mostly agree, except that last bit. Kabru may respect Laius as a guy as encyclopedic on monsters as Kabru is on humans, and as someone with the drive and knowledge to pursue the dungeon's reward. Breaking the dungeon's curse is definitely something Kabru can appreciate, but it's clear that he's still calculating Laius' attitude and motives, and what would happen if Laius succeeded. Good person or bad - and he still doesn't consider Laius to be either - neither really falls anywhere on Kabru's dungeon-and-its-aftermath moral axis.

sad elf is sad
I am now sad ;_;

Also no more Tade best girl, double sad.

i wish this was a weekly instead of a monthly

sad elf is sad

I am now sad ;_;

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I think you might be confusing "tall and thick" with "short and fat"

On a side note, someone mentioned the catgirl from the one-shot. Just realized that one of samurai kid's ninjas, Asebi, wears pretty suspicious headgear and is currently "missing".
I am wondering if Laius turns out to be the "King" that these ghosts and that dark elf have been looking for.
Or Kabru, for a twist.

Talking about Kabru, that guy's thinking has been too realistic for this manga :o

Kabru like: I'll eat this and might get food poisoning, but I'll get his trust

 

I thought about this when I saw that.

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we japanese goblin now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc8iu0XFUQc

(double post, etc)

Was there any point to Farlyn ripping her shirt?

Cabron damaged her human throat, so she probably needed air access to her other breath organ.

Was there any point to Farlyn ripping her shirt?

It probably wasn't comfortable anymore given the rips and stab-holes from Kabru's knife, all the blood it just absorbed, and her feathery-scale-whatever growths beneath it.

Kabru like: I'll eat this and might get food poisoning, but I'll get his trust

Actually he doesn't want to eat it because he has a childhood trauma where monsters attacked and destroyed his village. It's suggested that he watched his family get eaten while he was hidden and even suffered more tragedy later in his life. He just simply despises monsters and can't eat them because to him, it's like he's eating his family and friends. Laius, Chilchak, and Marcille also had this same trouble with eating the Red Dragon but ended up rolling with it when Farlyn ate it first. Kabru ends up 'eating' it because he now realizes that Laius is a good person, though even Kabru realizes Laius lacks tact and is as dense as a brick wall.

Kabru like: I'll eat this and might get food poisoning, but I'll get his trust

Floor boss.

Haven't seen a F.O.E. that runs or switches floor as they generally wander a set path.

Pasarans in EO3 have no fully set path and instead just go out of their way to avoid you, going so far as to blow up in battle to deny you the rewards

What happened to them running out of resources and need to restock on the surface?
I get it that the other people claimed to report them asap, but...

Until she becomes a giant nugget, yes, she's alright

I want to eat her now.

Laius the next dungeon master....?
Will that become a nightmare or a food paradise

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