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Isekai Kenkokuki


Alt Names: alt 異世界建国記alt Different World Foundationalt Otherworld Nation Founding Chronicles
Author: Sakuragi Sakura
Artist: Runa
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremRomance RomanceSeinen SeinenSlice of Life Slice of LifeSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: A protagonist reborn in another world.
Apparently he had been reincarnated as an abandoned child.
Before his eyes were abandoned children like him.
In order to survive, he led them into farming.
Little by little, orphans gathered, and upon hearing rumors of a village, others began to migrate.
The group that had been nothing but children had become a village before anyone realized.
And then various countries in the surroundings started to have an eye on it…
This is the epic tale of the man who would later be known as the Divine Emperor.
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Vol.1 Ch.2 Read Online
LHTranslation Rayleigh Byakuya A week ago
Vol.1 Ch.1: Chapter 1
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The manga site has a different montage picture for Almis, Julia, and Tetra. The LN one here though is more detailed.

https://web-ace.jp/rp/1/682_682/img/youngaceup/contents/1000046/isekai_kenkoku_main.jpg

 

As for Almis knowledge: He claims to be a "humanities major" in college before he was Truck-kun'd, and its entirely possible the Japanese educational system taught the things he mentions. (Now the question is whether you would remember a middle school science lab by college, but w/e) He also doesn't have intricate knowledge of pretty much any of the stuff.

 

For example, (minor spoilers related to tech he introduces):

Spoiler

 

Most of his real "success" comes from being 100% dedicated to the village and not looking to personally profit. Everything is basically reinvested.

Well, I think it's common with the country that, o don't know, have agricultural dependent history? Like in Indonesia, we were taught the basic the rotation crops in school, perhaps they were too in Japan. So perhaps I is not that common in country like USA or other, but here in Asia, it's almost common..

 

bro i'm indo but i never got taught that? or maybe it's just a skolah negri thing, because i went to an international school?

Like in Indonesia, we were taught the basic the rotation crops in school, perhaps they were too in Japan. So perhaps I is not that common in country like USA or other, but here in Asia, it's almost common..


It depends. It's approaching almost 15 years ago since I was in school (Jesus... I wish I didn't just remember that.), but then it was mostly a "if you're a part of something that does it." Like how we had choice over elective courses and some of that was farming and agriculture (the "Future Farmers of America" organization was quite popular at my high school, mainly because many kids were into hunting/fishing/farming due to living in somewhat rural communities but going to the growing city outskirts high school). But as for main education (like "Here's English Lit and algebra/trigonometry... And now we'll learn crop rotation."), it wasn't a part of it. When I started getting into anime/manga, I was shocked at how much emphasis was put into clubs and organizations in high school in Japanese society compared to America. Which is saying something... because I thought the FFA was pretty popular and big and it was just about 20-30 people out of a school with about 900+ kids.

God. I like this mangaka's artwork. The way they draw the griffin's beak is so... uuuuuungh!

Unfortunately, teaching crop rotation doesn't mean you know the proper depth to plant a seed, know how to protect from disease and animals or even eyeball the correct amount of water a sprout needs dependent on temperature, humidity and growth stage. Crop rotation is useless if all your seeds fail or delaying in sprouting. These are fundamental practical details that are definitely not taught in general education, especially in a specialist service economy like Japan. I'd trust any local illiterate peasant to be more knowledgeable than a off-the-street urbanite in matters of agriculture.


Then it is where hobby and interest play their part. I don't know about the mc in this manga, since there's still little info given, but after you learn about things in school, it's up to you to use the knowledge, to develop which interest you the most. Yea, maybe the illiterate farmer is more knowledgeable due to their experience, but hey, combine with the knowledge you get from school, why can't you be more than the illiterate farmer? Well, tha is if you have hobby or interest in farming and stuff I mean. But the point is, the mc have the basic, now for better or worst, ge tried to apply them in his life now in another world.

Pretty much. Most of our civilization is built on logic that took hundreds if not thousands of years to develop. I mean really we know about the "printing press" and how it is designed but, it took around what.. 30 thousand years to get that idea in our heads? So right there shows what happens when you bring someone from modern times to a feudal time.

We are still unraveling the enigma that is PC load letter.

a7c0f57a6ed87f2787aa8fee278f561c--office

I came here for the lolis. I'll stay for the world-building, I guess.

You'd be amazed.
What someone like you would currently know about Agriculture (3 field crop rotation, fertilizing, how to plow correctly) took hundreds of years to cultivate and learn. We modern humans have it down to a science so exact that we can control how much an acre of land produces easily. If we look at any other time in Human history, you find that the yields were almost frighteningly low and that things like crop rotations almost never happened until the high middle ages. 

Pretty much. Most of our civilization is built on logic that took hundreds if not thousands of years to develop. I mean really we know about the "printing press" and how it is designed but, it took around what.. 30 thousand years to get that idea in our heads? So right there shows what happens when you bring someone from modern times to a feudal time.

"Death came to me so suddenly. Ina way that I couldn't imagine." - Dies by the most cliche way to be killed in a isekai, death by truck-san!

Well when you think about it would you really imagine that realistically? I mean most of us think "I get hit by a truck I'm worm buffet" not transported to another world. Plus the absurdity of it *actually* happening is probably even worse. "I've read about shit like this... but, no no no my logic tells me THIS DOESN'T ACTUALLY HAPPEN!"

Isekai HoMM Civilization
brought to you by Sakuragi
and Isekai Traveller Truck-kun

suddenly, Civilization

 

not bad

Well, I think it's common with the country that, o don't know, have agricultural dependent history? Like in Indonesia, we were taught the basic the rotation crops in school, perhaps they were too in Japan. So perhaps I is not that common in country like USA or other, but here in Asia, it's almost common..

Unfortunately, teaching crop rotation doesn't mean you know the proper depth to plant a seed, know how to protect from disease and animals or even eyeball the correct amount of water a sprout needs dependent on temperature, humidity and growth stage. Crop rotation is useless if all your seeds fail or delaying in sprouting. These are fundamental practical details that are definitely not taught in general education, especially in a specialist service economy like Japan. I'd trust any local illiterate peasant to be more knowledgeable than a off-the-street urbanite in matters of agriculture.

You'll also be amazed how many mundane but absolutely critical skills such as handcrafting, husking techniques, root loosening, watering micro etc. are NOT common knowledge in the modern world. Modern society is a specialist economy in many ways. Chuck a middle-class urbanite into a agricultural commune and see how much he struggles. Maoist-style resettlement of intellectuals to the countryside was a failure not just because the red guards bayoneted the bourgeoisie into doing it, but because intellectuals know next to absolute shit about the tiny details of agriculture that are only known by hands-on experience.


Well, I think it's common with the country that, o don't know, have agricultural dependent history? Like in Indonesia, we were taught the basic the rotation crops in school, perhaps they were too in Japan. So perhaps I is not that common in country like USA or other, but here in Asia, it's almost common..

You'd be amazed.
What someone like you would currently know about Agriculture (3 field crop rotation, fertilizing, how to plow correctly) took hundreds of years to cultivate and learn. We modern humans have it down to a science so exact that we can control how much an acre of land produces easily. If we look at any other time in Human history, you find that the yields were almost frighteningly low and that things like crop rotations almost never happened until the high middle ages. 

You'll also be amazed how many mundane but absolutely critical skills such as handcrafting, husking techniques, root loosening, watering micro etc. are NOT common knowledge in the modern world. Modern society is a specialist economy in many ways. Chuck a middle-class urbanite into a agricultural commune and see how much he struggles. Maoist-style resettlement of intellectuals to the countryside was a failure not just because the red guards bayoneted the bourgeoisie into doing it, but because intellectuals know next to absolute shit about the tiny details of agriculture that are only known by hands-on experience.

You'd be amazed.
What someone like you would currently know about Agriculture (3 field crop rotation, fertilizing, how to plow correctly) took hundreds of years to cultivate and learn. We modern humans have it down to a science so exact that we can control how much an acre of land produces easily. If we look at any other time in Human history, you find that the yields were almost frighteningly low and that things like crop rotations almost never happened until the high middle ages. 

Shoot, we didn't get the Haber process until 1909.

Also, a pretty good Justice League episode had Vandal Savage spending centuries rediscovering the principles of agriculture.

I feel like those kids would probably know more about agriculture than he does

You'd be amazed.
What someone like you would currently know about Agriculture (3 field crop rotation, fertilizing, how to plow correctly) took hundreds of years to cultivate and learn. We modern humans have it down to a science so exact that we can control how much an acre of land produces easily. If we look at any other time in Human history, you find that the yields were almost frighteningly low and that things like crop rotations almost never happened until the high middle ages. 

Re: All the "these kids aren't as young as they say"...

I worked 19 years in a public school system - mostly in elementary schools. Some kids out there can pass for upper middle school, yet are actually only in 5th grade. By 5th/6th grade the development of the kids is all over the place.

I feel like those kids would probably know more about agriculture than he does

the moment i received enlightenment, where reading the comments was more worthwhile then reading the manga, my tears flow as how sadly cliched this story was.
RIP another truck-kun senpai isekai. 

 

Cool opinion.  Don't let the door hit you on the way out.  Maybe now we can talk about the story instead of shitposting about how cliche the Isekai genre is.

 

Start was a bit rushed but I hope nothing else is rushed.  I read the novel for a while before dropping it out of lack of interest but up until then (and it still was, just personally lost interest) it was a nice change of pace Isekai manga about building a community of orphans up from scratch.  It was a while since I've read it so my memory's a bit fuzzy, but I don't recall the protagonist being outright egregiously overpowered either.

Wtf does this author think 10-12 year olds look like

If you lived in the same conditions they lived in, you'd age faster too from stress

 

Also artist is Asian and these kids are probs White

 

Asians might look "young" to non-Asians but to Asians, non-Asians look old as fuck for their age. It works both ways.

What a convenient bird.

 

Also, is it just me or do they all look older than the ages they're saying?

correction, artist. This is an adaptation of a web novel.

Ah true, but the fact remains that these are not children no matter what is written there.

Wtf does this author think 10-12 year olds look like

correction, artist. This is an adaptation of a web novel.

Wtf does this author think 10-12 year olds look like

the moment i received enlightenment, where reading the comments was more worthwhile then reading the manga, my tears flow as how sadly cliched this story was.
RIP another truck-kun senpai isekai. 


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