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Grancrest Senki


Alt Names: alt บันทึกสงครามแกรนเครสท์alt グランクレスト戦記alt 皇帝圣印战记alt 그랑크레스트 전기alt Record of Grancrest War
Author: Mizuno Ryo
Artist: Yotsuba Makoto
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureDrama DramaEcchi EcchiFantasy FantasyRomance RomanceSeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: On a continent ruled by chaos, the Lords have the power of a holy seal that can calm the chaos and protect the people. However, before anyone realizes it, the rulers cast aside their creed of purifying the chaos, and instead start to fight each other for each other s holy seals to gain dominion over one another. Shiruuka, an isolated mage who scorns the Lords for abandoning their creed, and a wandering knight named Theo, who is on a journey to train to one day liberate his hometown, make an everlasting oath to work together to reform this continent dominated by wars and chaos.
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Vol.3 Ch.13 Read Online
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165 Comments

Yeah,the totally hot girls that show up in this chapter aren't goin to joint the harem scooby gang.

 

Nope.

It's not a harem, I wish it was because the female characters are well done if not a bit cliche, the MC isn't worth it, though.

Yeah,the totally hot girls that show up in this chapter aren't goin to joint the harem scooby gang.

 

Nope.

I want a side story about the adventures of Count Lust and his band of whores~

So far Rasik is the most interesting character we've met, and he's jumped into the supporting character role for...reasons. I understand wanting some mystery and keeping the plot moving but neither Theo nor Shiruuka have much backstory and things have been progressing very linearly. You'd think the chaos phenomenon would cause more issues than just burning down a barn. Maybe they need to fulfill some duties as a Baron beyond expansion like dealing with food shortages or plague outbreaks or bandits or trade or actual diplomacy.

Just caught up. Shiruka's bashful expression is cute.

 

I'm really starting to wonder how they'll handle the story in the upcoming anime. Man, the novel seems like something that's a pain to translate.

Yeah i also can't wait for the anime. Hoope it will be a enjoyable advertisement for the whole series. For example for me the Anime poster brought me here :D

Just caught up. Shiruka's bashful expression is cute.

 

I'm really starting to wonder how they'll handle the story in the upcoming anime. Man, the novel seems like something that's a pain to translate.

In all these chapters, all Theo has been is a glorified puppet. Nothing has been of his own will, just being told what to do by the FMC. Such a shit protagonist smh

 

I agree completely.

Theo is the Hero because of naivety/malleability and idealism. Despite being aimed at an older audience the story is still drawing upon the Shonen Genre at least for Theo's storyline.

 

Rasik is entirely too ambitious/driven and capable to be the Hero, he'll be a foil to the Hero.

I wish they were less cryptic about this Chaos phenomenon. So far it seems to mean disasters will randomly be created by otherworldy phantasms. I'm still not clear how this relates to the Crest Magic or why Lords are never mages themselves. If a Lord is suppose to defend his realm and mages are the only ones equipped to deal with Chaos, you'd think making a mage Lord would be the obvious answer.

she ... didnt manage to vanish my burning flames!!


the flames of passion burning deep in your loins are extinguished by a different kind of fluid eruption <_<  B)

she ... didnt manage to vanish my burning flames!!

The real winner in all of this seems to be young Petol.

If I had a tattooed big-breasted beauty going after me like this, I sure would enjoy it. :> Valkyrie is a plus.

I was under the impression she had bigger tits but I suppose its fine.

same here

 

I normally don't pay attention to magazines, but what does he mean with the magazine?

I read Grand Chest Senki every time I see that title + that cover...

 

Also Young Animal Comics ftw...

same here

so fast, as fast as usain bolt

Is it bad that I consider that Rasik could have been a much better protagonist than Theo? In a few flashbacks we learnt how he built his circle of supporters regardless station, and he has ambition yet can boast common sense and a deservedly good relationship with his subordinates. Meanwhile, most of what Theo has achieved was handed to him on a silver platter since Shiruka suddenly decided he was good Lord material.

In all these chapters, all Theo has been is a glorified puppet. Nothing has been of his own will, just being told what to do by the FMC. Such a shit protagonist smh

I love Record of Lodoss War but as an author, Mizuno isn't a favorite.

Ah yes... Time for fanservice!

The real winner in all of this seems to be young Petol.

Just as a note, it's "to wage war" not "to rage war".

You're right.  I must have misread something somewhere.  I do agree with you that it is incredibly naive of a tactician try to not kill any of the people from the attacking force when the tactician is not only part of the defending force but is also vastly outnumbered.

It depends actually. In this situation the goal was to "win an army" not just to "win" they had no chance of actually winning successive fights with the resources they have at hand. However when the person that was attacking was Rasik she was most likely aware of the fact that he makes a better general than he does a lord and that the person in question thinks that way himself. So by defeating the enemy without causing a casualty it does two things. A.) Shows their physical superiority (thus making it a situation of "join us because you have no way out otherwise) and B.) it prevents "hard feelings" from developing when merging the two units (after all if you keep casualties to a minimum then there are a lot less grudges to be had).

It all depends on the objective of the battle. If the battle is to gain resources then casualties are expected but, if it's trying to entreat the enemy than you need to reduce the amount of casualties to make it happen.

Hmm, as far as I can see Shiruka was the one who ordered it. But maybe I've missed something, can you tell chapter and page where Theo is talking about it?

You're right.  I must have misread something somewhere.  I do agree with you that it is incredibly naive of a tactician try to not kill any of the people from the attacking force when the tactician is not only part of the defending force but is also vastly outnumbered.

I swear, I keep reading the title as "Incest Senki".

I read Grand Chest Senki every time I see that title + that cover...

 

Also Young Animal Comics ftw...

I swear, I keep reading the title as "Incest Senki".

Me Three, Lol
Our Mind so Corrupted Even Read Grancrest can be Misleading

Well the thing is, Theo is a mystery ... he have a crest but how he gained the crest was not explained properly, he said he got it from a monster he killed as Shiruka points out crests are hereditary or given and she should know about them.

 

Saying Shiruka "handed it to him" is ignoring Theo already had a crest, Shiruka self-admitted she is using Theo since Theo have a crest and she have not, in order for her to achieve her dream she needs a Lord.

 

I understand, yet for me it's not enough. After all, if you gave the "crest mystery" to a character like Rasik, what other narrative advantage is left for Theo as a hero, beyond his Generic Nice Guy syndrome?

 

In fact, the lack of anything about Theo's past is a minus in my books, not a plus. Both Rasik and Shiruka are interesting for me because from the beginning they had their own long term ambitions and plans to achieve those goals; they actively work for them, make their own connections, choose their allegiances and make friends and enemies according to them. They feel more real and their struggles seem more anchored to the setting than Theo's.


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