Hisshou Dungeon Un'ei Houhou


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    Hisshou Dungeon Un'ei Houhou
    必勝ダンジョン運営方法 相手に合わせる理由がない

    Publisher: Monster Bunko (Futabasha)
    Author: Yuki Daruma
    Illustrator: Fal Maro
    Volumes: 11 (Ongoing)
    Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Harem, Romance, Slice of Life

    Links: LNDB - MAL - NU

    Synopsis (From Novel Updates):
    One day, on a sunny leisure day, a woman visited my house and asked me if was interested in managing a dungeon along with support offered from a goddess. But of course, I refused. Eh? I shouldn’t ignore a person in trouble, moreover if it’s beautiful woman? No way, that’s too bothersome, why do I have to do that? I’m perfectly satisfied with my comfortable life now, throwing it away is just overly stupid… …sigh, fine, so it’s go to another world, become a dungeon master, manage a dungeon and deal with the Mana circulation problem? Understood, but how to do it?

    Why:
    I stumbled upon the manga but there are only a few scanlated chapters, I found it interesting and forced myself to read the fan-translated WN chapters. I'm saying forced because the fan translation is really atrocious, at least for the initial chapters/volumes I read. Not to mention that the translation has been really slow for quite a while now. I would really love to know how the story continues, but the only hope is to get if officially licensed I guess.

    This LN is kinda similar to realist hero from what I have seen, since it has quite a lot of world building and such. The MC gets summoned to another world and entrusted a dungeon from a goddess, from there he gets involved in politics and creates a city inside the dungeon rather than creating a proper dungeon. The monsters are used as security guards for the city, etc. One of the points of the city is also to gather slaves and free them, letting them live there. I haven't read it up to the current WN fan-translated chapter though, so I'm not exactly sure which direction it takes later on.

    Cover:
    Volume 1 Cover


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    I really want to read some of those dungeon master series. Up-vote.



  • seems interesting and I love series that are like Realist Hero.


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    Just a note that he gets 9 heroines at the end of volume 1, or the start of volume 2 (I don't recall right now). They are those former slaves I mentioned above, basically he starts building the dungeon city with them. After that the number doesn't go up, except for another 1-2 heroines. At least, that's until the part I read. No idea after that.



  • @terabyte lol damn that escalated quickly I guess. Still want to read it tho.


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    Another good title that I would love to read.


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    Volume 10 is coming out next week on Friday. I've updated the volumes count in the first post and here's a little bump, too 😉


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    Someone upvoted the first post and I recalled volume 11 came out last week on 30 April 2019. Just making a little bump 😜

    Hisshou Dungeon Un'ei Houhou  - Volume 11 Cover


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    The premise seem nearly identical to Lazy Dungeon master, but LDM is fun so a second take on it could be cool.



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    @raitoiro Indeed the premise is quite similar to LDM which is why I picked it up when JNC licensed it. There are a few key points that are different though, like in LDM Keima hides his Dungeon Master status while in this LN they clearly mention it.

    As you said, this is a different take about it.



  • @terabyte are there any bigger differences besides that? It seems nice but i don't think i have seen a request that got picked up.


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    @jjch102296 I can't really say for sure. I have read only up to a certain point of the Fan TL (which was really crappy). I have no idea how the story proceeds after that. I've been checking out the manga too, but it's really slow in coming out.


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    @raitoiro said in Hisshou Dungeon Un'ei Houhou:

    The premise seem nearly identical to Lazy Dungeon master, but LDM is fun so a second take on it could be cool.

    I agree, there's room in my library for two lazy dungeon masters if they both have interesting stories.


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    Btw, it looks like a new TL has picked up the WN after months of the old TL not posting anything. I don't even remember at which point I stopped reading though, it's been a while.



  • @terabyte is the translations good? and if so where can i find it?



  • @jjch102296 You should probably make a habit of not asking for illegal translations on an official English publisher's forums.