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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru no Darou ka

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#1 Bowsette



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Posted 18 July 2015 - 09:37 PM

It's sort of like Sword Art Online. Main character is voiced by the guy who voiced Kirito, uses a one-handed sword, starts out as a bit of a pussy. Falls in love with cute blonde. Screams a lot.


Except it's not actually set in a videogame. Goddesses come to the Lower World and seal their magical godly abilities, instead bestowing upon adventurers the ability to fight monsters, which apparently exist only in a massive tower nobody has explained the reasoning of yet.


They even have RPG status sheets though, I mean literally each night the goddess prints their adventurers' status increases (like VIT and DEX) onto parchment and shows it to them. This is the weirdest shit and I love it.


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#2 No-Danico


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Posted 19 July 2015 - 12:20 AM

, starts out as a bit of a pussy. Falls in love with cute blonde. Screams a lot.


Episode seven training encompasses this perfectly.



Starts around 3:40 if it doesn't load correctly:




I read the first four volumes long before the anime came out. Was excited like a child for this one. Didn't disappoint. Also, big tittied loli is best loli.


Also, something I just thought about, he duel-wielded as soon as he

in the books. Even got a
which should have been after
Don't think they did that in the anime.


Also, something that I'm sad was left out and I just realized, the nickname meeting. After dude hit level 2 and was granted a title, the gods all meet to discuss what to call the stronger adventures. They skimmed this scene, which sucks, because it implies that all of the gods and goddesses are the mythical gods from our world and have our sense of humor. Which could mean the world is somehow based on a video game for real-real.


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