I've just read the fan TL of this. I'd reckon it would be a decent licence in the mood of smartphone for some.company to pick up.
I like the girls in this, they have different personalities to each other at least...
I know it's been a few years since this was suggested, but I want to re-suggest it... or refresh the suggestion or... well, I'd like to see someone license and produce this one. There was clearly more to the story after the anime ended. The manga was axed but the LN kept going and seemed pretty good from the few spoilers I've seen. If the spoilers are any indication, the story doesn't turn out to be the typical shonen storyline.
This series is hilarious and the characters personalties really stand out from the normal isekai/villianess stories which is a huge part of what makes this story so great. On top of that it's not just comedy it's a well thought out plot. J novel club please help English readers be able to experience this story.
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So I just realized the web novel is still ongoing, with several chapters being released each week or so. I wonder what sort of conclusion the LN had then, or if the story significantly branched away from the WN. Or worst case, it was axed without a conclusion, though I doubt that is the case. Hopefully the author was given sufficient warning that it was to conclude.
I kinda like this story, its unique in a sense that there is no good or bad, just many degrees of evil. I like how the main character end up being the lesser of two evils. I like how the author presents main characters past experiences and makes you realise how they have affected protagonist in the long run. How it manages to turn into a love story halfway through. I like how protagonist changes over time, begins to doubt his goals and consider alternatives. How the author writes in gods and world destroying crisis without shifting story focus from its original goal and revenge targets.
Kaifuku is certainly not top of the shelf reading material, but its one of those guilty pleasure reads that you know you cant get anywhere else.