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Isekai de Skill wo Kaitai shitara Cheat na Yome ga Zoushoku Shimashita: Gainen Kousa no Structure


Alt Names: alt Being Able to Edit Skills in Another World, I Gained OP Waifusalt 異世界でスキルを解体したらチートな嫁が増殖しました 概念交差のストラクチャー
Author: Sengatsu Sakaki
Artist: Katase Minami
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiFantasy FantasyHarem HaremRomance RomanceSeinen Seinen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: When an entire bus of people are summoned to another world, Souma Nagi doesn't go along with the idea of being a Hero like the rest. Thus he leaves the palace and starts his life in another world with his ability to restructure skills. Based off the Light Novel by the same name.
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I fell asleep reading this. Would recommend if have trouble falling asleep.

You're thinking hard to come up with edge cases, but that's totally beside the point.  There's no need for the tag to be smarter than the genre.  Most Isekai is lazy and even deliberately wallows in its Isekainess like a pig in s@#t, proudly telling you outright in the title what a lazy cliche it is like this one.  Planet of the Apes (now there's an edge case), from the distant past of 1968, is smarter than most of them.

 

Isekai just literally means 'another world', and in use means 'MC ends up in another world'.   So any manga where your MC gets transported to another world, be it hit by a truck or falling through a warp or author just shrugs his lazy ass gets the Iseaki tag. It's that easy. A tag like 'romance' or 'drama' is much harder, because those things are much more complex.

 

For your timeshift example, no.  For your 'different but completely the same world' sure, because if that was important enough that they established that as setting, then yes, it's Isekai.  For the one title in one hundred where Isekai or Not is even a debate, then that manga has transcended the Isekai tag anyhow and people will find it on its own merits or not no matter how you tag it.

 

If nothing else do it so all the people who like their slave harem waifus can find them easily.

I'm warming to this no nonsense approach.

Sigh, another copy-paste manga.

Where do you draw the line? what scenario qualifies as isekai if after following their accident they're still in the same place but timeshifted with op powers is that isekai? What if they've transferred to a different world but the world is exactly like their original world and they live a completely mundane life?

 

You're thinking hard to come up with edge cases, but that's totally beside the point.  There's no need for the tag to be smarter than the genre.  Most Isekai is lazy and even deliberately wallows in its Isekainess like a pig in s@#t, proudly telling you outright in the title what a lazy cliche it is like this one.  Planet of the Apes (now there's an edge case), from the distant past of 1968, is smarter than most of them.

 

Isekai just literally means 'another world', and in use means 'MC ends up in another world'.   So any manga where your MC gets transported to another world, be it hit by a truck or falling through a warp or author just shrugs his lazy ass gets the Iseaki tag. It's that easy. A tag like 'romance' or 'drama' is much harder, because those things are much more complex.

 

For your timeshift example, no.  For your 'different but completely the same world' sure, because if that was important enough that they established that as setting, then yes, it's Isekai.  For the one title in one hundred where Isekai or Not is even a debate, then that manga has transcended the Isekai tag anyhow and people will find it on its own merits or not no matter how you tag it.

 

If nothing else do it so all the people who like their slave harem waifus can find them easily.

>The skills I have don't look useful for battle anyway >The first skill is swordsmanship

.... is no one translating the LN of this?

Where do you draw the line? what scenario qualifies as isekai if after following their accident they're still in the same place but timeshifted with op powers is that isekai? What if they've transferred to a different world but the world is exactly like their original world and they live a completely mundane life?


Isekai is transported to another world. So this would be isekai, SAO would not be isekai and as for your time shift example that's like cage of eden and also not isekai cause they're still in the same world.

What I like is that in isekai cliche more often mc is sensible and reasonable.

FF14 voicing offers the option of using Japanese or English voices. (And I think they actually have French and German dubs as well)

And when you have a "Western" setting such as FF14, no the Japanese doesn't work as well. The middle-English and general medieval speech used by the characters just doesn't come across the same way in Japanese. I've never played on the actual JP client, but listening to the JP voiced dialogue at least, its far more "normalized" than the varied accents you find represented in the English.

 

Believe me, I've done my fair share of scanlations and reading of raws, and I rail against shitty localizations and overly liberal prose quite a lot. FF14 isn't one of those cases.

One of the things that comes with experience in translating is realizing you often need to "take a step back" and look at the broader context of what they're saying. Rigidly adhering to the original grammatical ordering (in most cases) isn't "full" translation and results in stiff awkward phrasing and dialogue.

 

IE: I'd hold up Final Fantasy 14 as one of the best localization examples in media. Of course I disagree with some of their dialogue choices at times compared to what I can hear in the original Japanese, but overall they do an amazing job at fully realizing the dialogue in a renaissance era that speaks English. Japanese as a language just doesn't allow for the kinds of variety in written prose you can do with English.

 

For an even better flow:

Being Able to Edit Skills in Another World, I Got Myself OP Waifus

 

Japanese is still superior if we have to match it with the 08/15 modern trash English which is but a bastardisation of the original Germanic/Norse language.

 

Also, the worst thing that happens is the enforced English voiceover that usually replaces the original Japanese voiceacting. While voiceacting in Japan is actually professional, it is quite bad and crippling in Europe&America, often disgracing the game itself.

Last but not least, replacing the original voices although there is enough capacity on the medium is a hideously racist deed, especially since a lot of potential buyers prefer the original voices over some abhorrent English.

I don't know what's going on with your shift key, but Isekai tag is absolutely necessary. We've got 'cooking' and 'psychological' and Isekai is a bigger genre/cliche than either of those, and it tells you exactly what you're in for.

Where do you draw the line? what scenario qualifies as isekai if after following their accident they're still in the same place but timeshifted with op powers is that isekai? What if they've transferred to a different world but the world is exactly like their original world and they live a completely mundane life?

i wouldn't necessarily call Isekai a "trash" cliche. It's a plotpoint that is often associated with bad writing that's for sure. Writers often use Isekai as a gimmick rather than a base for interesting ideas and storytelling.

 

what i've seen from the first chapter, this manga did point out an interesting point, where the MC questioned everything about the situation, and contrast it with the idealistic yet foolish school prez. But sadly, the way it was written made it seems like an afterthought.

 

I think this comes in part from the nature of how the isekai fad started: It's completely inverted from how normal trends happen, and kinda an online phenomenon that set off an entirely new avenue of getting published. The normal process is a publisher solicits for new authors and you would make a submission and hope you get picked up. You maybe had just a synopsis and a rough outline of the starting arc and some major plot points. You would then be writing the entire thing with the help of an editor from the beginning.

 

Isekai series are almost entirely licensed by publishers scouring webnovel sites like Syosetu.com (Kinda like Deviantart or putting a fanfic up on fanfiction.net) for popular titles. These series were often written on a whim, rarely expecting them to actually become popular, usually involving personal fetishes or interests of the author. Chapters are short, usually with bite-sized updates posted every few days or once a week, etc. So the editor then has to go back over what may be hundreds of "chapters" written over several years and try to help an amateur writer rework the story and characterization, etc.

Yeah, it's all in the execution. Isekai is, at the basic level, cliche trash. But a good writer can elevate it, so I like https://bato.to/comic/_/comics/toaru-ossan-no-vrmmo-katsudouki-r12453 even though the art is just ooookaaaay, because I can really feel the writer trying hard and there are some surprises.  And I sorta like WCC, which is why I remembered it.

 

But I don't feel the writer trying hard on this one at all.  I'd rather have the artist spending her time just drawing more Kantai Collection porn. It'd be better, and more honest.

i wouldn't necessarily call Isekai a "trash" cliche. It's a plotpoint that is often associated with bad writing that's for sure. Writers often use Isekai as a gimmick rather than a base for interesting ideas and storytelling.

 

what i've seen from the first chapter, this manga did point out an interesting point, where the MC questioned everything about the situation, and contrast it with the idealistic yet foolish school prez. But sadly, the way it was written made it seems like an afterthought.

Maybe they just don't feel like going back and adding the tag to the ones already in there?

There are admittedly more isekai manga than batoto users, but I think we could come together and tag for great justice.

Is this kuroinu? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

I don't know what's going on with your shift key, but Isekai tag is absolutely necessary. We've got 'cooking' and 'psychological' and Isekai is a bigger genre/cliche than either of those, and it tells you exactly what you're in for.

Maybe they just don't feel like going back and adding the tag to the ones already in there?

Should We All Here to Tell Mods Here for Create an Isekai Tags.

I don't know what's going on with your shift key, but Isekai tag is absolutely necessary. We've got 'cooking' and 'psychological' and Isekai is a bigger genre/cliche than either of those, and it tells you exactly what you're in for.

i mean ill give it the ole 5 chap grace. nice work

Should We All Here to Tell Mods Here for Create an Isekai Tags.

Cause There is an "Music" "Mecha" "Medical" and "Cooking" Tags Here,

But Their Tags Content Gradually Outnumbered by Isekai Tags,

In The Near Future I Believe There is More Incoming Manga With Isekai Genre

isekai with dark elf waifu (or demoness)..., follow it

hopefully the story won't get boring

Dark elf = insta follow. Also wondering if he can put skills/attributes on the enemy that screws them over. I have fond memories of doing that in Avalon Code.

another isekai and here i am, also follow for now

It's all in the execution though.

 

Yeah, it's all in the execution. Isekai is, at the basic level, cliche trash. But a good writer can elevate it, so I like https://bato.to/comic/_/comics/toaru-ossan-no-vrmmo-katsudouki-r12453 even though the art is just ooookaaaay, because I can really feel the writer trying hard and there are some surprises.  And I sorta like WCC, which is why I remembered it.

 

But I don't feel the writer trying hard on this one at all.  I'd rather have the artist spending her time just drawing more Kantai Collection porn. It'd be better, and more honest.

Being able to futz with the underlying mechanics like an RPG is a pretty common Isekai thing now, and guaranteed totally Gary Stu with fun possibilities. Just look at World Customize Creator for instance.

 

It's all in the execution though. IE: I enjoy reading Word Customize and his OP-ness isn't the main focus of the story: He does a lot of world-building and intrigue with the countries and politics to boot. Meanwhile something like Isekai Smartphone just feels cringeworthy as everything falls into his lap and he instantly has a solution for all problems.

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