Story about building a new country from scratch with other orphans in another world. I tend to like politics and governing related Light novels. The protagonist has a blessing from the world where the more people who follow him the stronger he is.
Sadly it's under Kadokawa
Grabbed the description from another site
A protagonist reborn in another world.
Apparently he transmigrated into 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.
I think I know what series you are suggesting but can you tell me the English or Romanized Japanese title?
Yeah, I thought it was Isekai Kenkokuki, I have been interested in this one for quite some time now.
You might want to update your post with some more information. It's hard to tell which series you're talking about based just off the Japanese title.
Different World Foundation
Otherworld Nation Founding Chronicles
Publisher: Famitsu Bunko (Enterbrain)
Author: Sakura Sakuragi
Illustrator: Runa (Illustrator of The Sacred Blacksmith)
Reborn into another world as an abandoned child, Almus is taken in by a Gryphon and put in charge of a whole host of abandoned children. As their new leader, he begins to establish a village so they can survive without the aid of the benevolent Gryphon. This is a kingdom building/management series.
It's an interesting fantasy series where the protagonist is working from almost nothing as he's put in charge of a bunch of children and now has to try and keep them alive. People like kingdom management series so it'll probably be relatively popular if it were licensed. Two volumes are out in Japan so far with the third coming next month I believe.
Spotlight time! Long story short, I'm trying to bring attention to license request posts that are older, haven't had any recent conversation, and are lower on votes.
If you have read this particular series or even if you haven't but want to see it licensed, make your pitch.
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Country building?? Count me in. Upvote.
This is also a manga that I wait for every month. The story is a little bit more complex than most. But going on the manga is kind of hard to get a full feel for the acutal depth. I think that the LN would have a lot more on the bone story wise so I would love to have this one translated into english.
Volume 4 came out last month apparently. Glad to see that it's ongoing. Hopefully it gets licensed at some point.