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Yakushoku Distopiary - Gesellschaft Blume


Alt Names: alt 反乌托邦公职alt 役職ディストピアリalt Promised Distopiary - Flower of Society
Author: Senga Fumitaka
Artist: Tellmin
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHorror HorrorPsychological PsychologicalSeinen SeinenSupernatural SupernaturalTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: In a fantasy world with slight RPG-like elements, the Demon Lord has been revived. It is up to the Subjugators to find him and slay him before it's too late.
Follow Truza, a young Subjugator, on his journey to slay the Demon Lord along with the teammates he makes along the way. However, there is a dark secret that his teammates must never know about the Subjugator class.
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.5 Ch.32: The Puppeteer of Puppets
INP-Mangaz KidCongo 3 days ago
Vol.5 Ch.31: The Right Hand of Truth
INP-Mangaz KidCongo A week ago
Vol.5 Ch.30: Connection and Transmission
INP-Mangaz KidCongo 2 weeks ago
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227 Comments

Never, there's only three chapters left of this adaptation bwahaha

 

You can enjoy a couple more issues by reading the space rune laden webcomic: http://endelta.jp/gesellschaft/

 

But he ain't gonna be in any of those either

 

(I think maybe the character was nothing more than an introduction to world of subjugators, and the rest of the series was supposed to be an entourage affair.)

MC back when?

 

Also, this world makes no sense.

My guess would be that Coco chose a life with Azoth over her. Coco abandoned her, even though she is supposed to be the best/closest friend in her life

so, basically selfish reasons for Coco being selfish 

so she really was another crappy watcher in the end ... Coco being alive and the homunculi idea to help the subjugator helps pretty well, isn't that the best answer she could get??

 

soooo, why would she act so edgy?? 

My guess would be that Coco chose a life with Azoth over her. Coco abandoned her, even though she is supposed to be the best/closest friend in her life

so she really was another crappy watcher in the end ... Coco being alive and the homunculi idea to help the subjugator helps pretty well, isn't that the best answer she could get??

 

soooo, why would she act so edgy?? 

Ahh the plot thickens :)

It's back? Yay!

If those shiny rocks are formed under the layers, why one can't come to the edje of the layer and chip some with pickaxe?

Probably because it's a not-so-bright idea? They are not on the edge, but the very bottom of the layer. You could cause rubbles to fall, and it's not like the distance between layers is short that it's okay for you to risk it. Hell, maybe the thickness of each layer is as thick as earth crust, so mining it from above is also not an option.

If those shiny rocks are formed under the layers, why one can't come to the edje of the layer and chip some with pickaxe?

well they are already giving a new way to fight the demon king without the need to sacrifice a huge bunch of people to get the levels and how another view to the work of the watchers, afterall she was ready to kill the subjugator and last, those rocks could be a key item for future battles or key material to help the MC in his final battle. 

Wait, what? Where did you get that? Or maybe my memory is a bit hazy.

I'm wondering what will this focus of Coco and her Subjugator will ultimately give to the main story.

 

 

well they are already giving a new way to fight the demon king without the need to sacrifice a huge bunch of people to get the levels and how another view to the work of the watchers, afterall she was ready to kill the subjugator and last, those rocks could be a key item for future battles or key material to help the MC in his final battle. 

I'm wondering what will this focus of Coco and her Subjugator will ultimately give to the main story.

 

Stories where the characters say, can and do anything they want...

Aren't that kind of stories tend to be boring even without "everyone dies" ending?

I think she faked her death for some ulterior motive and she's been using pieces of her fingers as recipe that's why her fingers are shorter.

What's going on with Coco? Is she alive, and what is with the premonition with the sawed off hand??? 

 

I'm guessing either the dead one was a fake created from a whole hand to make it as close as possible to the real one possibly to trick the watchers, or this is a fake one created from a whole hand to make it as close as possible to the real one.

What's going on with Coco? Is she alive, and what is with the premonition with the sawed off hand??? 

This manga flipflops like a motherfucker. Because when I saw farmer over here murder the clones, I almost thought he was just written as evil for the sake of evil- THEN I see he's using them for Hero's Compensation and I'm going, holy shit, that's pretty clever- and then he goes on to show all the bastard homunculi he made and he goes back to being evil for the sake of being evil, and I'm shrugging my shoulders because, okay, all the good will you just built up went out the window.

Why read Akame ga Kill when you know everyone will die?

 

Jokes aside, lack of good ending potential is not necessarily enough of a reason to not read something.

And remember that downer ending does exist.

 

Because a 'everyone dies' ending generally implies a bad story.

 

Stories where the characters say, can and do anything they want tend to be boring if you knows that they're just gonna die in the end. No one wants to watch a 15 minute flashback about a character thats going to die before the end of the episode.

Poor Coco...

 

Really, the entire system needs to be destroyed - starting from those at the top.

Ok, so we have somebody, who realy uses brain. And he looks like a rejected vilian concept from JoJo.

Allso, why other subjugators we saw never hired an alchemist, if said alchemists can do stuff like this? One still need to kill somebody with high level, but said guy would die anyway, if join subjugator. I bet we will get something, that explains this, but odds are reason will be stupid.

Okay I don't get the point of reading this if we know everyone will die a pitiful death because the system need it.

Why read Akame ga Kill when you know everyone will die?

 

Jokes aside, lack of good ending potential is not necessarily enough of a reason to not read something.

And remember that downer ending does exist.

Okay I don't get the point of reading this if we know everyone will die a pitiful death because the system need it.

Using homunculi seems rather reasonable option for the case. I thought from the beginning that cutting off potential longlasting and self-improving assets in order to minimise immediate damage is wasteful.

On side note, I want to link this manga to every single person who complains about Fairy Tail never seems to want to kill anyone unless there is a convenient deus ex machina that returns from the other side. I mean, death flags are literally on the introduction page of most characters here.

Everyone have a "Job" or a "Class" that they can't really escape for how it works. You just describe Fry destiny and job in Futurama in those first episode. Get a chip implanted in his hand and gonna do delivery job because he is the best at that.

Google "Cutie mark", same concept in overly bright ambience :)

Also while people are generally abide their classes, it does not entirely undermines their personal character. Bombist can become great mayor for example and there are bunch of "jobs" without reasonable implementation whatsoever. The ones who trapped by their class are either "victims" who just submit to their fate or "comitants" who indulge in it - they all have a choice, also often not obvious and tedious.

Everyone have a "Job" or a "Class" that they can't really escape for how it works. You just describe Fry destiny and job in Futurama in those first episode. Get a chip implanted in his hand and gonna do delivery job because he is the best at that.

This chapter reminds me how abundant this manga is with dark humor. :D


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