Ah I see someone else suggested Tsuki ga Michibiku, I've read read manga a bit but can't get my hands on the LN it seems, all that I've found is a kinda awkward TL of the webnovel.
But I hear the JP publishers refuse to even talk about other language translations.
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@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.
This is a fantastic series and definitely deserves to be picked up.
Recently I noticed that there was a manga so I gave it a shot and it was pretty good too, but when I went back to check if there were any new chapters all the old ones were gone and a new version with an altered art style and storyline had replaced it.
Anyone know when or why this happened? I can't find the old version anywhere and I'm not as fond of the new version, it misses so much of what made it great and made it overly ecchi.
Flicked through the series (if you can call 4 days of translating a flick) and though it would be somewhat readable, I would have to concur, its a not an immediate purchase for me.
In terms of a series with a potential smit or mature, I would prefer something like the Outaishihi series than this.
Could it be something which another publisher might be best placed, probably. For J Novel, I think the most risqué was Jk Haru but even that was nothing like this
The series has potential, especially for those who enjoy the concept or have the dream as readers of a better life.
Main character is bullied by everyone and cares for by only his grandfather who leaves him with an inheritance.
What becomes wrong with the series, I think I reached volume 4, was the introduction of Mary Sue style characters or events, not that I'm complaining since many series have these moments.
Would I read it if licensed, yes. Would I place it on my priority reading list... Sadly I would have to say no
Not smutty enough...
Only reason why I'm stating that is the age bracket and category the series is attached to.
But in terms of enjoyment. I've read up to volume 2, and it is readable and there is a plot....though it can be a bit far fetched for a slice of life marker.
Wouldn't mind seeing this title get picked up, but I have no understanding of how companies in Japan have business relationships and such.
Just gonna add myself to the list of people out there so the fine folks at JNC know there is potential market demand for this series.
I know this is an old post but got 2 series that are involve modern weapons in a fantasy world.
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the entire japanese island chain gets brought to another world. Currently has 6 volumes out for the LN and a manga (would love to see this licensed)
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guy gets sent to another world and gets the ability to summon weapons and troops. currently only has a WN