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Seiken Tsukai no World Break


Alt Names: alt 圣剑使的禁咒咏唱alt 聖剣使いの禁呪詠唱〈ワールドブレイク〉alt Seiken Tsukai no Kinju Eishou
Author: Akamitsu Awamura
Artist: Nanamomo Rio
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiFantasy FantasyHarem HaremRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: The "campus sword & sorcery" story is set in a private high school that brings together "saviors," youths with awakened memories from past lives. Some of them are Shirogane who fight enemies with weapons and techniques gleaned from the Puraana powers from their own bodies. Others are Kuroma who wipe out enemies, with magic to manipulate the Maana powers that surpass physics. A boy named Moroha Haimura enrolls in this school. He is the first person in history with past lives of both Shirogane and Kuroma.
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this series needs to be picked up -__-

Give me a message if anyone wants to be the translator for this series

well, the anime is good but the rush is incredible so please add more chapter.
I think the manga is nearer to light novel

Kenbu is actually rather good once you ignore its harem tropes and Shoukan Maou actually has an interesting premise but I agree. These LN harems are all the same thing and the sad truth is they probably all sell.

still read it all :D

Let's play a (tiresome) game, and see just how many mangas have similar premises!
 


 
And the plot goes as follow, most or all these points:
  • Based on a light novel
  • Takes place in another world/unspecified future where magic is common place
  • MC goes to highschool to learn about magic
  • MC discovers (or already knows he possess) an unusual/rare magic power
  • MC contracts loli spirit
  • MC has to possess a sword (more often than not, the mighty Japanese katana!)
  • Harem obviously
  • Lots of fanservice obviously (panty shots abounds where magic skirts are apparently an impossibility)
  • Student council President or similar position (discipline comitee, class representative, etc) obligatorily member of the harem


  • Ojou sama, more often than not blonde and foreign, obligatorily member of the harem (but never the main girl)
  • Ennemy is a terrorist organiztion for some reason
 
*le sigh* I just hope this manga to betray my expectations and to actually be pretty good, but I remain skeptical.


Kenbu is actually rather good once you ignore its harem tropes and Shoukan Maou actually has an interesting premise but I agree. These LN harems are all the same thing and the sad truth is they probably all sell.

Yo this manga got an anime?

 

must be quality

there will be anime serie

Just thought of it, why 'Puraana', not 'Prana' and why 'Maana' and not just 'Mana'.

Wonder if there's a reason for that.

Gonna go with translator error/preference here. Either they weren't sure about the proper translation and chose to hedge their bets by using the literal pronunciation, or they didn't know one term or the other and chose to therefore leave both untouched.

Just thought of it, why 'Puraana', not 'Prana' and why 'Maana' and not just 'Mana'.

Wonder if there's a reason for that.

Very focused on the characters rather than the plot. Anyways, it feels like they don't need saviours in their world considering how laid back they all are. He was planning to get a part time job for f*ck's sake. Also, these memories really affect them greatly. Seemingly, they are strong reincarnations to have complete memories from their past life. Fortunately for the protagonist, he remains convieniently unbiased with his heroines because he has little memory of his former self. Quite the interesting predicament he is in. Yare yare daze.

He probably has a lot more memories of his past selfs than he's letting on, he mentioned at one point that he's "experienced countless battles with these monsters in my dreams". I think the reason why he's seemingly unafected by his past selfs' memories is  because he has two sets of completely different memories, so it's easier for him to distance himself from them.
I just don't quite get how the students thought the monsters weren't real when, not only are they huge but have also attacked cities. The teacher explained that they covered it up, but to that extent is absurd.

Very focused on the characters rather than the plot. Anyways, it feels like they don't need saviours in their world considering how laid back they all are. He was planning to get a part time job for f*ck's sake. Also, these memories really affect them greatly. Seemingly, they are strong reincarnations to have complete memories from their past life. Fortunately for the protagonist, he remains convieniently unbiased with his heroines because he has little memory of his former self. Quite the interesting predicament he is in. Yare yare daze.

till where the japanese will fall in the mediocrity.

Spoiler

 

How dare you. Not including the flat-chested tsundere who for some reason is usually the main girl; you'll make all copy-paste tsunderes yell incoherently and call you a 'baka'.

 

On that note, I don't really mind if all of them have similar elements - at this point, the defining factor for me on whether one of these types of light novel/manga is good or not is completely dependent on how entertaining the protagonist is. As long as he's not a dense generic loser, I'm satisfied. If I wanted something deep and thought-provoking, I'd go somewhere else anyway.

I hope this is bait

Your name is "Nekohunter". You should know better than anyone what counts as a bait ;)

There is literally thousands of manga existed and someone is throwing a fit because 20 or so have the same plot/storyline?

*rolls eyes*

"Throwing a fit", alright. Out of curiosity, did you actually read what was written?

TWO past lives for the price of one?

 

Shit must have been a great day at Wal-Mart

And it might be more... damn. I wonder how will he take care of 2 and more different histories

There is literally thousands of manga existed and someone is throwing a fit because 20 or so have the same plot/storyline? 

TWO past lives for the price of one?

 

Shit must have been a great day at Wal-Mart

That's great sweetheart

 

 

I hope this is bait

This feels like reading and intensive informative book...too much info in just 1 chapter @.@ guess the rest of chapters will be living la vida loca xD

@One-Eyed Othinus
And IF there will ever be new trends of staple stories replacing this fantasy battle school theme, what do you think it would be? I'm placing my bets on either reincarnation or dungeon themed ones!

There does seem to be a lot of manga recently using RPGs' mechanics, or making fun of them.

Not sure how being an adaptation of a light novel can be considered a plot point but okay. The thing is manga adaptations of an already existing material, be it VN, LN or anime will always have better chances for sales as opposed to something that just popped up without any prior 'history', if you will.
Those that do sell though, get dragged on to the point where it becomes something ridiculous, you know what I'm talking about.

While I do know that what you are referring to is the manga version of some of the mentioned series, Blade Dance and Kenshin in particular has pretty good action in the original material. There have been volumes where it was pure action for the entire volume and contained little to almost no fanservice. So if you want to enjoy a genre that you used to enjoy, maybe you can give reading the novels a go.

Adaptations of LNs tend to be not that good, especially how they cut huge chunks of the narrative and exposition. But that was not my point, or it wasn't actually a bad point, it was more of a common point between the series I listed.

Anyway, it's not like I'm not willing to give a chance to some of them. I mean, I follow Absolute Duo in the hope that there is more focus between the two main leads, but the turn towards harem it is taking is worrying.

I did read the Blade Dance Lns, but I got bored at the third volume I think. I'm planning to watch the anime to see if I will pick it up again. Kenshin on the other hand I just plain don't like the main character, so it's hopeless on that front.

dat summary sounds like an 8th grader syndrome fantasy lol

is not just the summary the whole first chap seem like a 8th grade syndrome fantasy, seem like the author making a biography of his chuunibyou life.....

F_CKing awsome

You went in reverse order with those spoiler tags there bud XD

Spoiler

nice catch, that's what you get for commenting fast

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i hope there will be Chuunibyou yandere latter ...

Spoiler

Can you add more mangas to those already listed?

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there's some other like Hagure Yuusha with "cliched" setting ...

(Note: The MC is SUPER PERVERT and ready to troll / molest any girl in harem)

I love Hagure Yuusha since MC personality is quite ... err ... cool powerful pervert ?

 

and some other but not translated yet ... (can't confirm what inside if I can't read it)

Let's play a (tiresome) game, and see just how many mangas have similar premises!

 

 
And the plot goes as follow, most or all these points:
  • Based on a light novel
  • Takes place in another world/unspecified future where magic is common place
  • MC goes to highschool to learn about magic
  • MC discovers (or already knows he possess) an unusual/rare magic power
  • MC contracts loli spirit
  • MC has to possess a sword (more often than not, the mighty Japanese katana!)
  • Harem obviously
  • Lots of fanservice obviously (panty shots abounds where magic skirts are apparently an impossibility)
  • Student council President or similar position (discipline comitee, class representative, etc) obligatorily member of the harem
  • Ojou sama, more often than not blonde and foreign, obligatorily member of the harem (but never the main girl)
  • Ennemy is a terrorist organiztion for some reason

 

*le sigh* I just hope this manga to betray my expectations and to actually be pretty good, but I remain skeptical.

Can you add more mangas to those already listed?


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