My Status as an Assassin Obviously Exceeds the Hero’s

Oda Akira, a high school student who excels in erasing his presence, was summoned along with his classmates to another world.

In this world of sword and magic, Akira and his classmates were asked to become heroes and bring down the demon king.

Having a bad feeling about the king and the princess who asked them, Akira uses his special skills to sneak into the king’s library, in hopes of discovering the truth.

Whether to help or abandon his classmates who knew nothing, it all depended on Akira.

Associated Names –
Ansatsusha de Aru Ore no Status ga Yuusha yori mo Akiraka ni Tsuyoi no daga

Genre –
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Shounen

Translation Group
Official Seven Seas Entertainment

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Comments 9

  • beta mc with op stat standard jp novel nowdays or was it as usual nah is normal there fking beta male

    • He doesn’t bang his elf but he tells her he will once they wrap up what all need’s doing. Iirc he specifies that he’ll “rail the shit out of” her.

  • the plot is rather shitty, but hey, im here for Tozai so who cares. (Tozai’s art is Awesome)

  • So is this good trash or just pure garbage?

    • Idk
      If u willing to read cliche isekai with same template, then go for it

    • I stopped reading in the second book in the moment that this idiot, that didn’t kill neither the princess or the king let a fucking slave trader go. IF you want to read about a stupidly strong guy that is strong for no reason and calls himself an assassin but don’t kill anyone go ahead. kind of generic and irritating.

  • Yow finally someone picked this up!

  • I’m an assassin but I don’t do assassinations.

    • He isn’t really an assassin though. It’s just a “stat” (thats short for status, remember the title) which he didn’t pick but just turned out that way after getting isekaid. It describes a skill set not his actual job.

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