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Wortenia Senki


Alt Names: alt ウォルテニア戦記alt 워르테니아 전기alt RECORD OF WORTENIA WARalt Wortenia Waralt 沃特尼亚战记
Author: HORI Ryota
Artist: Yagi Yukari
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremMartial Arts Martial ArtsShounen Shounen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: High school student Mikoshiba Ryouma was summoned to a different world in the middle of a war. Sensing the malice from the one who summoned him (a summoner of the O'ltormea empire), he uses his martial arts to run away, killing important people of the empire during his escape. After the escape, he rescues two twin sisters from the hands of thieves. The sisters who can use magic, swear to serve him as subordinates. Thus, Ryouma begins his journey on the path of the supreme ruler.

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I like the MC developing a plan and following through. There really was no right or wrong resolution to this scenario. If he pressed his advantage, Saitou and the Princess would have no choice but to go all out; we don't know what sort of strength or abilities they have. Also, his harem was right that it would increase his notoriety; enemies of the empire (and I'm sure there are many) would size him up and probably join him; being the big SOB he is. However, the empire would redouble its efforts, and would probably send some truly ferocious people in pursuit. And keep in mind the civilians of the empire treated him well; the military and royalty are chiefly to blame. All of these scenarios should be considered with what his end goal is.

Also, it's nice seeing a pragmatic MC. They are sadly somewhat rare.

They are my favorite types of protagonist, which is why the protagonists of all of my stories I write as a hobby end up being rough and pragmatic.

We Dune now. Where are Fremen when you need them?

I like the MC developing a plan and following through. There really was no right or wrong resolution to this scenario. If he pressed his advantage, Saitou and the Princess would have no choice but to go all out; we don't know what sort of strength or abilities they have. Also, his harem was right that it would increase his notoriety; enemies of the empire (and I'm sure there are many) would size him up and probably join him; being the big SOB he is. However, the empire would redouble its efforts, and would probably send some truly ferocious people in pursuit. And keep in mind the civilians of the empire treated him well; the military and royalty are chiefly to blame. All of these scenarios should be considered with what his end goal is.

Also, it's nice seeing a pragmatic MC. They are sadly somewhat rare.

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Glasses guy is seriously fucking strange. I can't help but think that there was a misunderstanding. The people who summoned him immediately tried to kill him without even negotiation, yet the glasses guy seems to not realize this. Yet even after his response of self defense, the guy still hasn't picked up on that fact, or even if he has, denies it. The talk in the novel is longer, but it still seemed like a fundamental miscommunication was occurring. Glasses guy is definitely broken. He tries to apply peaceful Japanese logic on the MC, but denies that same exact logic when responded back to him. Typical, I guess. I can only assume he had a different offer upon his summoning.

They didn't try to kill Ryouma at first. They simply tried to make him a slave. MC wasn't having that shit and considered them(rightfully) a threat and eliminated them.

Saitou was more or less asking how Ryouma could kill so easily if he's just a normal law abiding japanese citizen. With Ryouma pointing out that he wasn't gonna bend over and take it like a good boy.

Well, the MC was weighing the options. True, the best option would've been to kill them and remain anonymous if he wanted to run away. But he misjudged the enemy's strength. And it came down to choosing between 'being a shadow' or 'not loosing the girls that he could trust and provide him with both power and knowledge'. Also, when the empire learns that he keeps 2 slaves, they'd also learn that those slaves are magic user battle slaves, which according to the glasses guy could possibly match the strength of an army.

 

Maybe, what MC did was a mistake but personally, I think I enjoyed that defeat more than I would've enjoyed their death. 

Agree with you here.

 

I'm kinda sad how there are people here who doesn't like when our MC toned down his edginess, if he even edgy in the first place. Just because he resolved to killing and leaving no witness behind in one case doesn't mean he will think the same method is viable for every other cases.

 

Plus, the circumstances are clearly different, case 1 is back there when he's summoned, case 2 is this chapter:

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I'm not asking for him to be a one man army against the empire. It's just that as i said what about the "no witness"? now the empire knows his face/features and that he keeps 2 slaves with him. Where as if he killed them the empire would still not know him nor his companions.

 

Well...whatever i'm tired & this annoyed me more than it should have.

Well, the MC was weighing the options. True, the best option would've been to kill them and remain anonymous if he wanted to run away. But he misjudged the enemy's strength. And it came down to choosing between 'being a shadow' or 'not loosing the girls that he could trust and provide him with both power and knowledge'. Also, when the empire learns that he keeps 2 slaves, they'd also learn that those slaves are magic user battle slaves, which according to the glasses guy could possibly match the strength of an army.

 

Maybe, what MC did was a mistake but personally, I think I enjoyed that defeat more than I would've enjoyed their death. 

Yeah that part bugged me too at first.

 

Edit: Rereading the first chapter. Seems like all they wanted was to summon->incapacitate (via curse)->kill->absorb his power to get stronger. Then that would explain why they left the weak looking middle school kid alive, as he may not have been worth killing/absorbing.

Assuming their body type has any bearing on the amount of energy inside of them, and with the number of buff knight types in that world, and how scarce mages are there, you would think theirs no correlation between the two, but yeah the princess probably got them to spare him, hence his Stockholm syndrome.

I'm not asking for him to be a one man army against the empire. It's just that as i said what about the "no witness"? now the empire knows his face/features and that he keeps 2 slaves with him. Where as if he killed them the empire would still not know him nor his companions.

 

Well...whatever i'm tired & this annoyed me more than it should have.

Well, that's just the difference between an ideology and a tactic. "Leave no witnesses" is a good tactic. But, between having his features and such revealed and losing one or two of the women who trust him and have skills he doesn't the MC chose the latter. It is explicitely stated that if he could have killed both of them and lost nothing, he would have. But "leaving now witnesses" isn't his ideology, he can compromise with it when the situation called for it. And the MC, perhaps mistakenly, judged that this situation called for it.

 

I got nothing on why MC was greeted with "let's make him a a slave" and Saitou wasn't, (if he indeed wasn't) though.

Yeah that part bugged me too. What looked to be a scrawny-looking bespectacled middle school kid getting the royal carpet treatment and promoted to officer status worthy of serving beside royalty, meanwhile an alpha-looking buff man that would obviously make for a more valuable asset to an empire aiming for world domination; gets deemed for slave status....just doesn't add up, ffs. Unless the empire has changed it's policies in the last decade, or the Saitou-guy is in fact somehow a slave...but I doubt that.

Glasses guy obviously read the situation pretty well. You need all types in your army if you want to conquer.

Who knows how he proved himself; or maybe she took a shine to him. Also, he who controls the spice...

Glasses guy got different treatment from MC?
He's not worth to be absorbed, so that's why they didn't try to kill him and leave him alive.

Different case with MC which has some worth to be

Yeah that part bugged me too at first.

 

Edit: Rereading the first chapter. Seems like all they wanted was to summon->incapacitate (via curse)->kill->absorb his power to get stronger. Then that would explain why they left the weak looking middle school kid alive, as he may not have been worth killing/absorbing.

Yeah, he should've. Well, at the least the glasses slave guy. But I guess he wasn't willing to sacrifice his harem members. Its all about making the right choices. Besides, he needs their power. He's strong but not strong enough to take on the empire by himself and he knows that. And death would've been a mercy to a Knight. I'm looking forward to see them cry about their crushed pride and honor after getting beaten by the kouhai..

 

I'm not asking for him to be a one man army against the empire. It's just that as i said what about the "no witness"? now the empire knows his face/features and that he keeps 2 slaves with him. Where as if he killed them the empire would still not know him nor his companions.

 

Well...whatever i'm tired & this annoyed me more than it should have.

Glasses guy got different treatment from MC?
He's not worth to be absorbed, so that's why they didn't try to kill him and leave him alive.

Different case with MC which has some worth to be

...He should've killed them...

Also wtf happened to "leave no witnesses" now 2 fucks in high positions know his face and are going to be all like "Muh pride & honor".

Yeah, he should've. Well, at the least the glasses slave guy. But I guess he wasn't willing to sacrifice his harem members. Its all about making the right choices. Besides, he needs their power. He's strong but not strong enough to take on the empire by himself and he knows that. And death would've been mercy to a Knight. I'm looking forward to see them cry about their crushed pride and honor after getting beaten by the kouhai.

Glasses guy's question might have come from the fact that when he was summoned, he couldn't do anything but comply, cause he's just a student. On the other hand, this other "student" killed and because of that escaped and even got harem.
He's not questioning why the MC could kill cause it's bad and blahblahblah, but more about why the MC could kill but he couldn't when they were both japanese students from peaceful japan. There's a little flash back of glasses guy as a student in the background of the panel.

But meh, I might just be imagine all that shit to make the story at least bit more interesting for myself. Have never read the LN. And this isn't really a story that needs to be all serious with.

It's easier for me to turn my brain off and enjoy a harem when it's a novel, with the manga I have a much harder time doing that, probably becasue the imagery is already laid out for me.

Consistency of characters are for chumps, real man go without a plot and just a harem~

If it was a hentai I would wholeheartedly agree with you, but this is shounen town and it runs on different rules, unfortunately :(

...He should've killed them...

Also wtf happened to "leave no witnesses" now 2 fucks in high positions know his face and are going to be all like "Muh pride & honor".

 

Consistency of characters are for chumps, real man go without a plot and just a harem~

...He should've killed them...

Also wtf happened to "leave no witnesses" now 2 fucks in high positions know his face and are going to be all like "Muh pride & honor".

Glasses guy is seriously fucking strange. I can't help but think that there was a misunderstanding. The people who summoned him immediately tried to kill him without even negotiation, yet the glasses guy seems to not realize this. Yet even after his response of self defense, the guy still hasn't picked up on that fact, or even if he has, denies it. The talk in the novel is longer, but it still seemed like a fundamental miscommunication was occurring. Glasses guy is definitely broken. He tries to apply peaceful Japanese logic on the MC, but denies that same exact logic when responded back to him. Typical, I guess. I can only assume he had a different offer upon his summoning.

Glasses guy's question might have come from the fact that when he was summoned, he couldn't do anything but comply, cause he's just a student. On the other hand, this other "student" killed and because of that escaped and even got harem.
He's not questioning why the MC could kill cause it's bad and blahblahblah, but more about why the MC could kill but he couldn't when they were both japanese students from peaceful japan. There's a little flash back of glasses guy as a student in the background of the panel.

But meh, I might just be imagine all that shit to make the story at least bit more interesting for myself. Have never read the LN. And this isn't really a story that needs to be all serious with.

I think he had a more reasonable response when they tried to kill him by absorbing his energy though.
 
And the Royalty being considered gods in that world cannot be healthy for their egos.
 
I think the weirder one is that Stockholm syndrome glasses guy.

Glasses guy is seriously fucking strange. I can't help but think that there was a misunderstanding. The people who summoned him immediately tried to kill him without even negotiation, yet the glasses guy seems to not realize this. Yet even after his response of self defense, the guy still hasn't picked up on that fact, or even if he has, denies it. The talk in the novel is longer, but it still seemed like a fundamental miscommunication was occurring.

Glasses guy is definitely broken. He tries to apply peaceful Japanese logic on the MC, but denies that same exact logic when responded back to him. Typical, I guess. I can only assume he had a different offer upon his summoning.

"the scouts should arrive shortly" ... no they're not, poor stockholm syndrome glasses guy 

I was expecting for Ryouma to do some killing this chapter, but it was pretty good nonetheless.

I dunno, I liked the MC a lot more in the most recent chapter than in any of the previous chapters. He seemed more reasonable and relatable.

I think he had a more reasonable response when they tried to kill him by absorbing his energy though.

 

And the Royalty being considered gods in that world cannot be healthy for their egos.

 

I think the weirder one is that Stockholm syndrome glasses guy.

He who controls the harems controls the universe.

What is Shai-hulud doing there?

Ok, the action in this chapter was awesome, but the MC is starting to piss me off a little bit, maybe he's less of an idiot in the LN?

 

Why are so many manga adaptations so shitty compared their LN counterparts, when the purpose of an adaptation, is to increase sales?

 

This rabbit hole is going to destroy my brain at some point..............

It's following fairly close to what I've read of the translated LN so far.


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