@rahul-balaggan still it doesn't make it any less frustrating. I mean if they would notify someone saying a number of votes will get interested and would consider it more likely. Or they would tell us that the novel we want isn't able to be able to license by J-Novel. I am really sorry but I am the impatient type.
They have licensed books that don't even have a suggestion topic, and they have licensed books that have a ton of votes. Nothing you do can guarantee anything from JNC's side, and they oftentimes can't discuss details on their dealings in order to maintain good relationships with LN companies.
novel we want isn't able to be able to license by J-Novel
Frankly, they do tell us this stuff, just not necessarily on the forums. You can follow their Twitter or CuriousCat for these kinds of tidbits. Otherwise, just pay attention to the licensing discussions that have gone on.
I'd like for this to be licensed too. I love everything by Type-Moon, especially Fate/Zero. One of the commenters said the fan translation was "too good", which I really doubt.
I read the fan translation of the first volume and it was annoying and unreadable. I couldn't continue. Awkward sentence structure all around and I had to read paragraphs multiple times to even understand what was being said. You could really tell it was translated from a Chinese fan translation to English. I'm pretty sure that means there are a few mistakes too.
I would like to support Type-Moon and read this series with a good translation in proper English. I don't know why only Brasil is able to license it.
Picked up the manga because I read a comment saying it has similar vibes as Marielle Clarac, which I like. Well, that's not wrong. It has similar "comedy where genki girl gets roped into court intrigue & international politics / ML is serious knight which you should fear when he smiles" building blocks.
The manga's first arc is great, but afterwards it feels like cramming too many things into a short space, and the ending feels inconclusive, such that I suspected the manga got cancelled and was adapted from a novel --- and I was right.
Anyway, would be interested if the novel got licensed because the story is fun and with the right amount of court intrigue for my tastes. Would love more exposition on the side characters (like the paranornal princess & the cat-loving vice captain) and a conclusion of the main romance.
@lily-garden The female perspective really works in this series. She's quite expressive especially when it comes to scenes where the male mc shows her parts of his past within the other world and what in any other isekai series would have been harem-esque developments but he's having none of it and has his mind thoroughly set on the one he loves, Koori.
@sam-pinansky I totally thought that artstyle reminded me of Mogudan, but the name didn't checkout so I just let it go as just me seing things!!! No fucking way!!!! I mean, if you look closely you can totally see the resemblance with the early Mogudan stuff.