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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka


Alt Names: alt ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうかalt DanMachialt 던전에서 만남을 추구하면 안 되는 걸까alt Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
Author: OOMORI Fujino
Artist: Kunieda
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremRomance RomanceShounen Shounen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: The huge labyrinth city, Orario, is the gateway to the huge underground maze commonly known as the “Dungeon”. Its strange name causes excitement, a place to gain honor, and maybe even a romance with a pretty girl. A place where people hold their breath, hoping to gain all they wish for, a place where a solitary young man meets a little "god".

"Alright, Bell-kun, follow me! It's time for the "Familiar" initiation rite to happen!"
"Yes! I'm going to get stronger!"

The fated meeting of a boy who wants to become an adventurer, and the failed god who doesn't even have a single follower.

This boy's journey as written by the goddess, "Family's Legend" (Familiar's Myth).

adaptation of the light novel written by Oomori Fujino and illustrated by Yasuda Suzuhito

Spin-offs:
> Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatte Iru Darou ka Gaiden - Sword Oratoria
( http://www.batoto.net/comic/_/comics/dungeon-ni-deai-wo-motomeru-no-wa-machigatte-iru-darou-ka-gaiden-sword-oratoria-r12581 )

> Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatte Iru Darou ka 4koma - Days of Goddess
( http://bato.to/comic/_/comics/dungeon-ni-deai-o-motomeru-no-wa-machigatte-iru-darou-ka-4koma-days-of-goddess-r13025 )

> Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Familia Chronicle Episode Ryuu
( http://bato.to/comic/_/comics/dungeon-ni-deai-wo-motomeru-no-wa-machigatteiru-darou-ka-familia-chronicle-episode-ryuu-r20901 )
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2382 Comments

Tricks for remembering which sister is Tiona and which is Tione: A-cup vs E-cup.

Silly development

 

Spoiler

I read "Aiz-san" as "Ainz-sama".

I need more Overlord.

It seems to be more the case of a counter i.e stats you gained during that level. When you level up they revert to zero but you keep the old stats in a different pool. 

Its more like every point of the upper level equals several points of the lower level.

Kind of like 1p of lv 2 = 10p of level 1, the comparison is totally random, but i believe it was something like that.

I wonder if authors take classes to do one-off characters like that bandit  :P

No... I'm not... I never said anything that could make it seems like he was Hercules... At first he wasn't considered as a god but he self-proclaimed as one of them when he killed one of the cows from Apollo's cattle and offered a part of it in his name, he did that by saying he was offering each part to a god while there was an extra one that he offered to himself.

 

He had godly powers immediately after being born but wasn't an official god. After all in Greek Mythology you kind of had to be assigned your domain and then you gained power over it. They could even trade powers, which is how Apollo become God of Music even though Hermes invented it.

 

Whereas Heracles as a demigod was merely superhuman. He did eventually become a god, but he had to die and let his mortal half go to Hades for the divine part of him to go to Olympus. Hermes didn't have to get split into two, so he was always fully divine in nature.

Wait, do stat ranks reset on level up?

It seems to be more the case of a counter i.e stats you gained during that level. When you level up they revert to zero but you keep the old stats in a different pool. 

For a second there, I thought they had her tied up with a ribbon.

Thanks for the second chapter in a row, these chapters so short barely leave one satisfied.

Wait, do stat ranks reset on level up?

Only nominally, but yes.  Sort of like resetting a trip odometer in a car.

Wait, do stat ranks reset on level up?

You're confusing Hermes and Hercules, certainly. Hermes is the son of Zeus and the Pleiad Maia, herself daughter of the Titan Atlas. He has always been a god, shown by the fact that — according to Homer — he managed to invent the lyre and steal Apollo's cattle before nightfall of the same day he was born, which is a bit beyond any demigod's ken.

No... I'm not... I never said anything that could make it seems like he was Hercules... At first he wasn't considered as a god but he self-proclaimed as one of them when he killed one of the cows from Apollo's cattle and offered a part of it in his name, he did that by saying he was offering each part to a god while there was an extra one that he offered to himself.

He's more commonly known as a traveler or wanderer though.

yeahs, he's the god of travelers, merchants, and messengers/couriers.  Also thieves as I recall.

but he is, he was a demi-god and became a god by fooling many gods like Apollo.

He's more commonly known as a traveler or wanderer though.

but he is, he was a demi-god and became a god by fooling many gods like Apollo.

 

You're confusing Hermes and Hercules, certainly. Hermes is the son of Zeus and the Pleiad Maia, herself daughter of the Titan Atlas. He has always been a god, shown by the fact that — according to Homer — he managed to invent the lyre and steal Apollo's cattle before nightfall of the same day he was born, which is a bit beyond any demigod's ken.

Wow......This chapter was all business, wasn't it.........

 

Google knows all :P

 

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damn waited 1 whole month for a 13 page with a cliff hanger T_T

Thanks for the history lesson.  Seems like he's up to no good in this latest chapter.

 

Spoiler

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1. All god / goddess forbidden to use their godly power (except their natural skill)

Ex : Freya seduction, Hermes and Loki's trickstery / plan, Hephaestus forging, etc ...

but beside that, they most likely WEAKER even compared average human being because without their godly power ... YES, a mortal can even "kill" or "hurt" the god / goddess ...

 

2. About Hermes messing with Bell, it's because ... hmm, that would be spoiler a lot if I tell in detail, but let just say he is mainly "test"-ing Bell ... the rest because he is trickster too (his personality) ...

but he is, he was a demi-god and became a god by fooling many gods like Apollo.

 

Thanks for the history lesson.  Seems like he's up to no good in this latest chapter.

 

Spoiler

Loki was pretty shallow when it concerned her precious sword princess losing out to Bell for "faster rank up to level 2" time, plus she does act bitchy at times.
 
 
Didn't know Hermes was known as as Trickster as well though.


but he is, he was a demi-god and became a god by fooling many gods like Apollo.

She's painted as flat, that's pretty close to shallow.

Ahh, Poor Loki.

Loki is the Norse trickster god and she's not painted as shallow or an ass here.

She's painted as flat, that's pretty close to shallow.

Loki is the Norse trickster god and she's not painted as shallow or an ass here.

 

As for why?  Well, "freedom loving" can also be equated to "Irresponsible".  Just because in your current society such traits as freedom loving can be a plus, in other cultures (especially the ones they came from), that might not be the same.

Well, they can think what they want but in my eyes, people who don't respect others decisions are even worse, Loki may not be shallow or an ass in this, but she's not earning any points by cock blocking anyone who tries to get near Aiz.

Loki is the Norse trickster god and she's not painted as shallow or an ass here.

 

As for why?  Well, "freedom loving" can also be equated to "Irresponsible".  Just because in your current society such traits as freedom loving can be a plus, in other cultures (especially the ones they came from), that might not be the same.

 

Loki was pretty shallow when it concerned her precious sword princess losing out to Bell for "faster rank up to level 2" time, plus she does act bitchy at times.

 

 

Didn't know Hermes was known as as Trickster as well though.

Loki is the Norse trickster god and she's not painted as shallow or an ass here.

 

As for why?  Well, "freedom loving" can also be equated to "Irresponsible".  Just because in your current society such traits as freedom loving can be a plus, in other cultures (especially the ones they came from), that might not be the same.

It really depends on the God in question. A good recent example is Anansi the Spider in American Gods. He is also a knowledgeable being too, and what he does with it depends on his disposition. He does care for his followers (in his own way) and serves as a source of inspiration and rebellion.

The Gambler in all his iterations in Native American folklore, however, is universally despised for his self-serving nature.


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