I can't even begin to think what's gonna happen between Diablo (the king of elves) and Lyferia's king. We'll just have to wait and see...
@Eternal-Wanderer Yeah, this volume was only 259 pages. Quite shorter compared to the initial volumes with an average of 350+ pages. And the previous ones with 300+ pages. Volume 11 has 300 pages again, but volume 12 is just as short: 268 pages.
Volume 10 - Part 2:
There are 2 more instances (3 total, I reported 1 before) of DIablo that should be changed to Diablo (lowercase i).
Volume 10 - Part 6:
[0%] “Gather forth, o light—Shining Lance! More! More! “ ► The dialogue's closing double quote is wrongly a starting one.
[4%] and that brown elongated...”thing” was its tongue. ► The starting double quote is wrongly a closing one.
[8%] the enemy was a earth and water element monster, ► It should be an earth.
[13%] in one of Cross Reverie‘s cutscenes, Europa had ► It should be Cross Reverie’s (different ’ ).
[15%] you should be doing that?”Bihyak’s gaze turned toward ► Add a space after the double quote.
[17%] and jump off after she hears your name called. ► It should be her name (Angeline's own name?).
[21%] Despite this, she’d levelled up rapidly and was ► It should be leveled (US spelling).
[34%] It was a earth-shaking blow. His level wasn’t low ► It should be an earth-shaking.
[45%] this calamity, and grant upon us Your blessing...“ ► The dialogue's closing double quote is wrongly a starting one.
[52%] All DIablo could do now was believe, ► It should be Diablo (lowercase i).
[68%] building was hardly perturbed in the all the commotion. ► Remove the first/duplicate the.
[73%] The flower-selling girl was standing alongside ► It was written as flower selling girl (without dash) in a previous instance of this part.
[80%] “Do not make me repeat myself. I am an undying immortal.“ ► The dialogue's closing double quote is wrongly a starting one.
[92%] How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord‘s anime adaptation ► It should be Demon Lord’s (different ’ ).
@unsynchedcheese said in Sexiled Vol. 1 Discussion!:
@travis-butler said in Sexiled Vol. 1 Discussion!:
Ooooh, yeah... after this part, no question whatsoever it's aware of the Tokyo Medical University scandal.
Yeah, you can tell the sheer anger seething from the page.
In fact, it feels a bit too much so, in that it falls into the same issue that many wish-fulfilment stories do: somehow "fixing" (at least for the moment) a deeply systemic problem by going straight to the (perceived) authorities and threatening them/beating them up. Having the university faculty capitulate is cathartic, but my suspension of disbelief kind of got tripped on whether it's actually going to solve anything (other than providing catharsis, which can be necessary).
Well, it got Alisa (and several other applicants, including some unjustly rejected before) into the academy, for starters. It doesn't fix the issue permanently, and I have no doubt they will continue to face problems as they go through the course - but getting your foot in the door is a necessary first battle that had to be fought before any further progress could be made.
It's a start, but trying to fight misogyny (and other forms of bigotry) will take generations of struggle, simply due to how in-grained it is in this society. I hope the story will at least acknowledge this.
Yeah, it's a start - and an important one, because you can't start proving yourselves until you can make an opportunity. Tanya and Laplace helped make this one, and I'm glad for it.
As for Ryan, honestly I'm vaguely hoping we'll be able to see some sort of reason why Tanya even put up with his nonsense, much less considered him her "best friend". Right now I'm kind of worried that the majority of the story will end up being about him, simply through Tanya focusing so much on her revenge on him. I want to read about Tanya (and Laplace and Nadine and any other potential party members), rather than about Ryan through Tanya's thoughts.
Yeah, agreed; I don't like Ryan, I don't really want to read about him. Hopefully his part in the story will be ended with this big competition, and it can move on to other battles.
@terabyte said in Outbreak Company Vol. 11 Discussion:
Volume 11 - Part 3:
[27%] Myusel... I know you made that special for me.” ► It should be specially? (I prefer especially though.)
Grammatically speaking, you're right, but in common usage, this use of "special" as an adverb is pretty well-accepted.
“Dad, are you sure he’ll be alright?” “We’ll just have to see, won’t we. Incidentally, regarding the quest that Sharlo-kun will be accepting—”
Change of speaker; paragraph break please.
Shouzou told Yuna the details of the quest that he had previously already planned on making Sharlo accept.
One or the other; already flows better.
@jon-mitchell said in Master of Ragnarok Vol. 9 Discussion:
I give it two weeks, a month at most
That's enough time for the message to get to Linnea and her to get back. Couple days to arrange a ceremony and bobs your uncle.
@myskaros said in Seirei Gensouki Vol. 7 Discussion:
I enjoy being able to chat with people as we go through the book together
an often overlooked benefit of premium membership in JNC
I like the forums as well - even if just lurking
Until almost the end of the part I thought "What the heck am I reading?". This part was really really confusing, except for the last few paragraphs. I really didn't understand what was going on... 🙄
Volume 5 - Part 3:
[Generic Issue] I'm noticing several weird/null/invisible spaces in this part. They are not exactly visible in the web reader though, so I'm reporting them just in case you want to take a look to be safe. They are all before a long dash character from what I've seen. (It might be a problem with the editing software being used?)
disappeared with a thunderous roar — and this time,
“Save m — AAHHHH!”
trying to fix the reins — he could fix them with
driver’s seat spooked them, or it was something else —- ► Remove also the duplicate/additional dash (-) at the end.
stuff we’re able to do and stuff we can’t do —”
what’s with that hand? Please, take it ea —”
it wasn’t a dog — its shape was a bit similar
in disgust. She — Claiomh — sobbed while stamping ► Weird space is present twice before both dashes in this part.
[12%] a seemingly ordinary plebian guy with a forgettable, ► It should be plebeian.
[41%] who had come flying at him, and said, ► Paragraph ends with a comma. Merge the dialogue from the next line?
[81%] the forest while she still annoyingly shouted, ► Paragraph ends with a comma. Merge the dialogue from the next line?
Ashe is scary... lol
I'm looking forward to the last story that will cover Sylphie though. I really wonder what goes on in her head.
Volume 7 - Part 6:
[27%] The End ► The previous instance when the first story ended was wrapped in square brackets: [The End].
[52%] “Well, it was suspicious, pii!” Waniipii-senpai protested. ► It should be Wanipii-senpai (wrong first double i).
For someone who is aware what will happen from the web novel stand point, I am liking the extras added to the light novel version etc, but now having realised the size of them (did not feel as large in the web version), I have a feeling that it will take another 5 volumes to complete the final arc.
My original estimate was 13, this now appears to be way off. But more is better.
@crimsondx said in Businessman Isekai Vol. 1 Discussion!:
torn between my love of harems and my desire to see wholesome father-daughter like relationships instead.
this one sure seems to tread the line between the two
the girls that have hero complex/ infatuation towards the MC seem also to not have a father figure (at least not mentioned) and yet are of an age where we would expect one. Even though it may be implied that they like MC for romantic endeavors, they seem to be satisfied with him being a mentor. I expect that there will be comedic situations, maybe some flirting; but what I find refreshing is that the MC is happily married, and is neither interested nor flustered by the attention aimed his way (none of the other girls can hold a candle to his wife in his mind, she's literally a goddess)
if he notices/acknowledges the crushes at all, I suspect that he'll let them 'down easy' and handle the situation in a mature fashion (not like a flustered high schooler)
@thoraxe41 Yeah. Very long part. While Veight hasn't actually asked Airia to be his bride, she's going to find out about that little impromptu fact drop. Then she's not going to let him off the hook about it. Any bets that her next letter mentions him owing her a nice ring?