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Isekai Tensei Soudouki


Alt Names: alt 異世界転生騒動記alt 이세계 전생 소동기
Author: Takami Ryousen
Artist: Honoji
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen Shounen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Balud Cornelius is the son of a noble of the Mauricia kingdom and inside him also dwell the souls of the warring states commander Oka Sadatoshi and animal ear otaku high schooler Oka Masaharu. With these 3 souls in a single body, he can exhibit extraordinary abilities when it comes to combat or managing the domain.

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Best isekai series :D 

The decision to share the treatment method is already a diplomatic concern and Balud (or Oka Sanai) should be aware not to step out of his position too much.

 

Still, we're only aware of what was shown in the current chapter. There's no saying that while immediately containing the situation or afterwards, the King might have sent a messenger to the Sanphon Kingdom about the treatment. However, it's in another Kingdom. The transportation could take weeks or even months, enough for the Sanphon Kingdom to suffer great losses... Not to mention we don't know when the epidemic actually spread (might even be much earlier than when the Princess got inflicted).

Or that it took a entire crew of maids and doctors to take care of one princess. The Sapphon kingdom probably doesn't have the infrastructure to handle an epidemic of that scale in the first place. In addition they are facing a disease known to have no cure. It's be impossible to save the kingdom pass a couple of top nobles once it hit the epidemic stage that it did.

I can agree with you on all of this. As for the second paragraph though, I got a comment. This story takes place in a typical historical type setting. He's part of nobility for a kingdom, correct? Regardless of the circumstances, all kingdoms desire to be the most powerful. So let's say that the MC brought this up, the king could very well just not say anything to ensure another kingdom is weakened. Even moreso if the home kingdom does not have amiable relations with the other kingdom.

 

But that's just me throwing a guess. Theories and all that.

The decision to share the treatment method is already a diplomatic concern and Balud (or Oka Sanai) should be aware not to step out of his position too much.

 

Still, we're only aware of what was shown in the current chapter. There's no saying that while immediately containing the situation or afterwards, the King might have sent a messenger to the Sanphon Kingdom about the treatment. However, it's in another Kingdom. The transportation could take weeks or even months, enough for the Sanphon Kingdom to suffer great losses... Not to mention we don't know when the epidemic actually spread (might even be much earlier than when the Princess got inflicted).

For a while now, it made very little sense to me that the MC just spreads around "future tech" as if it was nothing, but isekai being isekai, it's almost part of the deal.
But there's 0% excuse for saying stuff like "She needs Glucose! You lose a lot of Sodium and Potassium when you have Cholera!"
Literally nobody has ever heard about any of those things. There's no benefit for a 13/14 years old to expose oneself to be so full of impossible knowledge. This is definitely not the best written isekai I got to read, but it is definitely the one with the quickest pace. Feels like a very readable draft.

P.S: If I'm already ranting, I find it odd that this kid had enough foresight to plan how to squash the epidemic internally, but did not gave two shits about the fact that the Princess caught that disease somewhere else...And that somewhere else, is most likely knee-deep in corpses. Would it really take so much out of them to inform the other kingdom / country how to treat the sick? Even if it is, it's more than surprising enough that the MC did not even try.

I can agree with you on all of this. As for the second paragraph though, I got a comment. This story takes place in a typical historical type setting. He's part of nobility for a kingdom, correct? Regardless of the circumstances, all kingdoms desire to be the most powerful. So let's say that the MC brought this up, the king could very well just not say anything to ensure another kingdom is weakened. Even moreso if the home kingdom does not have amiable relations with the other kingdom.

 

But that's just me throwing a guess. Theories and all that.

CK2 Reaper's Due..? Ohh yes!

 

Now time to conquer the weakened Sanphon kingdom while they're at it.

​He needs to fabricate a claim first unless he's going pussyfoot tributary (assuming Sanphon is same religion and no de jure claims)

 

We'll also get the Monks and Mystics DLC soon. It's an Isekai, demonic shenanigans are pretty much guaranteed. Joining the Satanists however is definitely much more fun, you get all the fun stuff like high martial skills and rape dungeons. Piety from doing God's work? Pfft. Glory to the highest bidder.

For a while now, it made very little sense to me that the MC just spreads around "future tech" as if it was nothing, but isekai being isekai, it's almost part of the deal.
But there's 0% excuse for saying stuff like "She needs Glucose! You lose a lot of Sodium and Potassium when you have Cholera!"
Literally nobody has ever heard about any of those things. There's no benefit for a 13/14 years old to expose oneself to be so full of impossible knowledge. This is definitely not the best written isekai I got to read, but it is definitely the one with the quickest pace. Feels like a very readable draft.

P.S: If I'm already ranting, I find it odd that this kid had enough foresight to plan how to squash the epidemic internally, but did not gave two shits about the fact that the Princess caught that disease somewhere else...And that somewhere else, is most likely knee-deep in corpses. Would it really take so much out of them to inform the other kingdom / country how to treat the sick? Even if it is, it's more than surprising enough that the MC did not even try.

It's probably a shinigami of some sort, with the truck being it's reaping tool. Makes sense since most of the time the person meets a God/dess afterwards.

Hail Truck-Sama, Shinigami of MC's, Bringer of Plot-Twists. 

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i bet that truckdriver is actually a god of some sort driving around choosing people to send off to other worlds by flattening them under his truck

It's probably a shinigami of some sort, with the truck being it's reaping tool. Makes sense since most of the time the person meets a God/dess afterwards.

Nah it's always the same truck driver. They have never caught him... you know kinda like "Little Slugger" from Paranoia Agent XD

i bet that truckdriver is actually a god of some sort driving around choosing people to send off to other worlds by flattening them under his truck

The money hoarding old guy seems to have taken the back seat for quite a while now.

Dang...... isn't it usually the father who trains the child in swordsmanship?

Yup, but, when your mother is a horrifying bloodthirsty merc? Yeah she whups your dad's ass and makes him her bitch. Brings a whole new meaning to the word "whupped' XD

ah.. Japans and their reckless truck drivers

Nah it's always the same truck driver. They have never caught him... you know kinda like "Little Slugger" from Paranoia Agent XD

I'd also like to point out that Japan was severely hit by Cholera only a 150 or so years ago... They were hit hard and it spread like wild fire... I don't understand why it'd be so strange for a kid from Japan to know about Cholera when it's probably in their basic history. He checked her symptoms and it matched with what he knows of Cholera and then he put this knowledge into effect, how's that hard to grasp by all these people arguing?

That's the argument I was making. Cholera is much more known so it would make more sense for him to know about it rather than diagnosing other less known diseases like an actual doctor. If a patient who's been traveling abroad is suffering from diarrhea a doctor wouldn't immediately assume cholera since there's more common diseases with similar symptoms but a citizen lacking medical knowledge would simply because it's a disease he's more familiar with.

CK2 Reaper's Due..? Ohh yes!

 

Now time to conquer the weakened Sanphon kingdom while they're at it.

My senses are telling me he got it from

Spoiler

Also, demi-humans and beast-people might have different susceptibilities or can act as carriers for exotic pathogens. Harpies or bird people might carry

strains of flu, for example. It would actually be a more feasible reason for persecution that this generic non-human hate in all sorts of fiction.

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I'd also like to point out that Japan was severely hit by Cholera only a 150 or so years ago... They were hit hard and it spread like wild fire... I don't understand why it'd be so strange for a kid from Japan to know about Cholera when it's probably in their basic history. He checked her symptoms and it matched with what he knows of Cholera and then he put this knowledge into effect, how's that hard to grasp by all these people arguing?

The main part though... It's transmitted orally, so... Um... 

 

My senses are telling me he got it from

Spoiler

Ugh, walls of text in comments. Can't we just talk about the fun things like the fact that the MC saved royalty?

yep, pretty great pair of chapters, Balud at least kissed before starting to suffer a big diarrhea

So next chapter, all the girls will be playing nurse...i cant wait!

Only three were infected and one of them is Balud...who is going to raise the pitchfork?

The main part though... It's transmitted orally, so... Um... 

To be fair, he did say there were several strains of it, it wasn't his area of expertise, and this was the best he could manage. Antibiotics at that era would be way to far fetched. Hell, the discovery was even a bit of serendipity. And even if he did somehow isolate penicilin, it wouldn't do any good as vibrio cholerae is a gram negative strain. This is more for that pharmacy isekai to try to explain. I think this disease was chosen because it was more readily treatable than say bubonic plague, leprosy, or smallpox. He would reincarnate into another world pretty quick if he attempted the others. And I brought up the pump because it might be a relevant plot point (gasp, the water was tainted because we used an accursed device...burn the witch!).


Only three were infected and one of them is Balud...who is going to raise the pitchfork?

Well known, yes. But it doesn't have to be right. That's how we usually make our diagnosis. We assume the most common/well-known, then if something doesn't match up, we look for other causes.

It would've been more realistic and much deeper narrative if he can "assume" cholera, but find out that there isn't rice-water stool (maybe something like floating stool characteristic of giardiasis), or that there is tinge of blood within the stool, thus making it dysentery; and correct his diagnosis accordingly. Conversely, more likely scenario is to assume Traveller's diarrhea then realize there is rice water stool and then think of cholera, That shows intelligence, rather than luck. (That is, he corrected his diagnosis according to the evidence, rather than having the evidence conveniently match up to his desired diagnosis, or as my instructors call it "tunnel vision," as you tend to also ignore conflicting evidence just to "get" your diagnosis.)

 

His knowledge of treatment for cholera is also very very well-adapted to the medieval demands;  somewhat too well adapted, (Hydration is reasonable, as it is not used because of the severe vomiting until it was proven to be necessary in the early modern era - and I would've expected more resistance from well-known doctors of his era; while this may be considered "common knowledge," disposing contaminated cholera - while not gone into detail, is probably lymed as it is still water so it won't "burn" - is not a common knowledge unless you work with NGO in third world countries where medical waste isn't magically treated somewhere down the pipe) as if he looked John Snow and the treatment of cholera up on the internet beforehand. This is slightly suspicious as you have said, "Balud nor his two souls have any experience in medicine."

 

Also, as far as well-known diseases goes, modern water treatment has largely eliminated cholera as a common disease - especially in a 1st world country like Japan. If you have diarrhea, no self-respecting doctor will assume cholera first, as it is just not likely. ETEC is just that common and just that much easier to get when you travel. Like, next time you run your stomach, I doubt the first thing you think of is "I have cholera, darn those republicans and their budget cuts in the EPA."

To be fair, he did say there were several strains of it, it wasn't his area of expertise, and this was the best he could manage. Antibiotics at that era would be way to far fetched. Hell, the discovery was even a bit of serendipity. And even if he did somehow isolate penicilin, it wouldn't do any good as vibrio cholerae is a gram negative strain. This is more for that pharmacy isekai to try to explain. I think this disease was chosen because it was more readily treatable than say bubonic plague, leprosy, or smallpox. He would reincarnate into another world pretty quick if he attempted the others. And I brought up the pump because it might be a relevant plot point (gasp, the water was tainted because we used an accursed device...burn the witch!).

Ugh, walls of text in comments. Can't we just talk about the fun things like the fact that the MC saved royalty?

Well known, yes. But it doesn't have to be right. That's how we usually make our diagnosis. We assume the most common/well-known, then if something doesn't match up, we look for other causes.

It would've been more realistic and much deeper narrative if he can "assume" cholera, but find out that there isn't rice-water stool (maybe something like floating stool characteristic of giardiasis), or that there is tinge of blood within the stool, thus making it dysentery; and correct his diagnosis accordingly. Conversely, more likely scenario is to assume Traveller's diarrhea then realize there is rice water stool and then think of cholera, That shows intelligence, rather than luck. (That is, he corrected his diagnosis according to the evidence, rather than having the evidence conveniently match up to his desired diagnosis, or as my instructors call it "tunnel vision," as you tend to also ignore conflicting evidence just to "get" your diagnosis.)

 

His knowledge of treatment for cholera is also very very well-adapted to the medieval demands;  somewhat too well adapted, (Hydration is reasonable, as it is not used because of the severe vomiting until it was proven to be necessary in the early modern era - and I would've expected more resistance from well-known doctors of his era; while this may be considered "common knowledge," disposing contaminated cholera - while not gone into detail, is probably lymed as it is still water so it won't "burn" - is not a common knowledge unless you work with NGO in third world countries where medical waste isn't magically treated somewhere down the pipe) as if he looked John Snow and the treatment of cholera up on the internet beforehand. This is slightly suspicious as you have said, "Balud nor his two souls have any experience in medicine."

 

Also, as far as well-known diseases goes, modern water treatment has largely eliminated cholera as a common disease - especially in a 1st world country like Japan. If you have diarrhea, no self-respecting doctor will assume cholera first, as it is just not likely. ETEC is just that common and just that much easier to get when you travel. Like, next time you run your stomach, I doubt the first thing you think of is "I have cholera, darn those republicans and their budget cuts in the EPA."

Once again you're expecting a non-doctor to act like a doctor. Cholera may not be as active as it was in the past but the name and characteristics of the disease are more well-known for a high school or college student who doesn't work in the medical field than traveler's diarrhea.

 

Hydration is always important that even a high school student should know. Burning the contaminated waste and washing your hands isn't specialized knowledge. The doctors don't argue because the healthy King with healthy adult heirs for the treatment of a daughter has taken responsibility in allowing the extremely talented well-known Balud to treat her in an explainable manner and they most likely don't know the cure. This is different from the Pharma case where an unknown kid without accomplishments was given permission by the the dying Queen with a very young child heir to give her unknown and ineffable medicine.

 

Again a modern doctor wouldn't assume cholera just because of diarrhea, I wouldn't assume I have cholera since I can go to a doctor (and self-diagnosing is BS) but Balud and his souls are not doctors. The diseases the modern soul probably knows are the more mainstream stuff: the flu, TB, Ebola, Black Plague, Cholera, Smallpox, Chicken Pox, etc. Those are the diseases we see and hear in movies, books, and the news. Those are the ones a common citizen would know.

Geez, cholera is deadly, but ORT is very effective at staving off the worst of it. They need that isekai Pharmacist stat. Naturally this coincides with the pump,

which saw a cholera outbreak in our world on Broad Street until court physician John Snow removed the handle.

Cholera isn't that deadly, if treated imediately the death rate is less than 1%, though if left uncared it goes up to 50-60% mortality rate, although some strains could kill a person in 2 hours.

He choose the correct way to treat it without IV drips(though i would substitute apple juice for banana juice since it have more potassium),


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