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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari


Alt Names: alt 盾の勇者の成り上がりalt Der aufstieg des Schild Heldenalt 방패 용사 성공담(방패 용자의 성공기)alt The Rising of the Shield Hero
Author: Aneko Yusagi
Artist: Aiya Kyu
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremPsychological PsychologicalRomance RomanceSeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Iwatani Naofumi is summoned to another world to become one of the 4 heroes, namely the Shield Hero. Starting out with poor popularity and labeled as the weakest, Naofumi found himself betrayed on the 3rd day of his adventure. Losing faith and money, all that left is just his shield. Vowing to exact revenge to those who had betrayed him, Naofumi's path is...

manga adapted from the light novel series written by Yusagi Aneko and illustrated by Seira Minami
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The MC isn't likable either. He acts like such a cold uncaring cunt and refuses to open his heart to the people who sincerely worry about him to the point where that literally becomes a subplot for a future arc.

 

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He acts like such a tsundere towards the people who have been there for him and it just gets so obnoxious. I think Japanese novel writers haven't yet realized the overly edgy stereotype is dying out. We like relatable protagonists, not ones who go "the world has wronged me so I hate everything!" That's just incredibly immature.

so u should get accused of rape and then see if u like the people who prosecuted you for no reason and with no evidence 

you would think the Queen's word would make the other heroes think a little. but it seems they don't respect the queen at all (because of how she appeared, essentially overthrowing the powers that used to endorse them, and they're bitter to suddenly be seen as inferior to Naofumi or/and cuz they see the world as a game anyway so why respect an NPC). i'm looking forward to Naofumi finally being recognized for his efforts aghhh pleeaaase

You can't make them do what they aren't capable of.

Not only that but they still don't get that this real, they still have the Mindset that this is all like the Game they played.

Pretty obviously in this Chapter, it wasn't in their Game ergo the others are Wrong.

 

Good point. Naofumi lampshaded it in this chapter: they are gamers who just think of beating the game, they don't treat this world as seriously as they should. Under that light, hardcore gamers competing for EXP, reputation and skills, and refusing to cooperate if that means a different party gets first? Especially a party they dislike? Yep, their reactions now seem pretty in-character.

This takes forever to update.

It's a monthly series

This takes forever to update.

Common confusion between the two sounds.
The real sound in Japanese is somewhere between the two, so it's really up to the translator/proofreader/editor on what comes through to the reader.
 
That's how you get the running gag of Japanese people using R's in the place of L's in "Engrishu".

I know that much but there's already an official translation for her name so in this case there's no guess work or confusion just go with what is already established.

This opened up my eyes. You are right. They are just trying their hardest to defend their position in the country, which they now fear since Naofumi just sprung into becoming the best of them all. I would feel threatened of my sweet little spot too.

Not only that but they still don't get that this real, they still have the Mindset that this is all like the Game they played.

Pretty obviously in this Chapter, it wasn't in their Game ergo the others are Wrong.

A Game where they are the main Character, seeing someone else get all the recognition would obviously hit them hard.

The only one who realized that he <beep>ed up at least once is the Sword Hero (forgot his name), the other just puts out some excuse why our Hero is wrong and Motosuwa is Motosuwa.

If you know the usual Plots with People who think like that you can guess what will happen.

Why is she called Lyshia? Even the official translation and WN has it as Rishia. Come on translator keep it consistent please.

Common confusion between the two sounds.

The real sound in Japanese is somewhere between the two, so it's really up to the translator/proofreader/editor on what comes through to the reader.

 

That's how you get the running gag of Japanese people using R's in the place of L's in "Engrishu".

Why is she called Lyshia? Even the official translation and WN has it as Rishia. Come on translator keep it consistent please.

I understand, up to a point. Until now, they've believed that Naofumi was a self-serving, traitorous, cheating rapist and slaver. Even if his name was cleared and he was appreciated for his role in the recent crisis, the bad image they have of him won't go away so easily. They may accept he's a hero now, but a suspicious one at the very best.

 

What is more, from their point of view they may feel they are being unfarily discriminated: they've been training, fighting and having "proper" adventures as much or even more than Naofumi. Just because he did well lately and some unfortunate misunderstandings had to be corrected, it shouldn't mean that he's better than them!

 

Or so they think. Sadly, it happens in real life too, so I can't say the writer is forcing things to be unrealistic.

 

 

This opened up my eyes. You are right. They are just trying their hardest to defend their position in the country, which they now fear since Naofumi just sprung into becoming the best of them all. I would feel threatened of my sweet little spot too.

What's confusing me is that I thought the past two arcs were for the sole reason that the three other heroes will acknowledge  Iwatani from now on. But hey, we're back to square one. It feels like the story is forced to not develop it's characters.

 

I understand, up to a point. Until now, they've believed that Naofumi was a self-serving, traitorous, cheating rapist and slaver. Even if his name was cleared and he was appreciated for his role in the recent crisis, the bad image they have of him won't go away so easily. They may accept he's a hero now, but a suspicious one at the very best.

 

What is more, from their point of view they may feel they are being unfarily discriminated: they've been training, fighting and having "proper" adventures as much or even more than Naofumi. Just because he did well lately and some unfortunate misunderstandings had to be corrected, it shouldn't mean that he's better than them!

 

Or so they think. Sadly, it happens in real life too, so I can't say the writer is forcing things to be unrealistic.

The MC isn't likable either. He acts like such a cold uncaring cunt and refuses to open his heart to the people who sincerely worry about him to the point where that literally becomes a subplot for a future arc.

 

Spoiler
 

 

He acts like such a tsundere towards the people who have been there for him and it just gets so obnoxious. I think Japanese novel writers haven't yet realized the overly edgy stereotype is dying out. We like relatable protagonists, not ones who go "the world has wronged me so I hate everything!" That's just incredibly immature.

Even more perplexing is that the author thought we would want a spinoff starring one of these asshole heroes. Guess which one?

I don't even want them to die. A public humiliation would be better just like in Bitch's case.

 

What's confusing me is that I thought the past two arcs were for the sole reason that the three other heroes will acknowledge  Iwatani from now on. But hey, we're back to square one. It feels like the story is forced to not develop it's characters.

This, seriously. Every time it seems like we're making a step in the right direction and every time the status quo rears its ugly head and jerks them back to where they were at the start. I guess the writer just got stuck at that point.

Fueeeee...

"Information is something to be collected by oneself. I don't have time to be peddling out to help people who will only be burdens."

 

Burdens?! Wasn't this the dude that fucked up with disposing of the dragon corpse?

you would think the Queen's word would make the other heroes think a little. but it seems they don't respect the queen at all (because of how she appeared, essentially overthrowing the powers that used to endorse them, and they're bitter to suddenly be seen as inferior to Naofumi or/and cuz they see the world as a game anyway so why respect an NPC). i'm looking forward to Naofumi finally being recognized for his efforts aghhh pleeaaase

Probably the great plot twist will be that the world works differently for all the heroes.


Probably the case. Naofumi progressed on his own with his companions aiding him, collecting material to gain new shields. And from earlier, it seems that Naofumi is going to have to go gotta make them all to make awesome combos to kill bosses.

I...just want the other three heroes to die. Just. Die. I know they won't, but they're just the kind of people you'd push down several flights of stairs. Repeatedly.

 

I don't even want them to die. A public humiliation would be better just like in Bitch's case.

 

What's confusing me is that I thought the past two arcs were for the sole reason that the three other heroes will acknowledge  Iwatani from now on. But hey, we're back to square one. It feels like the story is forced to not develop it's characters.

I...just want the other three heroes to die. Just. Die. I know they won't, but they're just the kind of people you'd push down several flights of stairs. Repeatedly.

why can't cuteness save the world

Kind of hard to not treat it like a game where there are literally video game mechanics, status screens and even a help manual.

 

What's dumb is that the heroes didnt each open up their own help manual screen to prove that what they said was correct.

 

Probably the great plot twist will be that the world works differently for all the heroes.

The MC isn't likable either. He acts like such a cold uncaring cunt and refuses to open his heart to the people who sincerely worry about him to the point where that literally becomes a subplot for a future arc.

 

Spoiler
 

 

He acts like such a tsundere towards the people who have been there for him and it just gets so obnoxious. I think Japanese novel writers haven't yet realized the overly edgy stereotype is dying out. We like relatable protagonists, not ones who go "the world has wronged me so I hate everything!" That's just incredibly immature.

Speak for yourself; I like both kinds of protagonists, and find revenge fantasies really fun to read. Who cares about maturity when there's no one to watch you? 

 

Edit: hell, even if you do care about maturity. Count of Monte Christo is a classic and it's the best goddamn revenge fantasy I've EVER read. Although if memory serves he only goes 3 for 4 and does spare the last guy's life. 

Holy crap, I knew the other guys were treating the world like a game, but I never expected the story to outright state it like that lmao.

 

Kind of hard to not treat it like a game where there are literally video game mechanics, status screens and even a help manual.

 

What's dumb is that the heroes didnt each open up their own help manual screen to prove that what they said was correct.

The other 3 heroes are infuriatingly and unreasonably annoying, I'd opt to just ditch the kingdom and do my own thing, or suggest that the 4 heroes keep fighting so that everyone just dies.

The MC isn't likable either. He acts like such a cold uncaring cunt and refuses to open his heart to the people who sincerely worry about him to the point where that literally becomes a subplot for a future arc.

 

Spoiler
 

 

He acts like such a tsundere towards the people who have been there for him and it just gets so obnoxious. I think Japanese novel writers haven't yet realized the overly edgy stereotype is dying out. We like relatable protagonists, not ones who go "the world has wronged me so I hate everything!" That's just incredibly immature.

I really like Naofumi and his power is part of that hate of the world (I don't know why but I don't feel that edgyness in him)

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Hey it's Lysha! How long till everyone goes FUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEH

I want to try 

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