Unexpectedly summoned to the world of Aletia from modern-day Japan, Hiro Oguro soon discovers this isn’t his first visit. As the legendary Hero King Mars, he once ruled battlefields, conquered nations, and founded the continent-spanning Grantzian Empire before giving up all memories of his hard-won glory to return home to his old life. Now he’s back, a thousand years after he left, and his legacy is in peril. The Grantzian Empire creaks under a warmonger’s rule while ambitious royals squabble for power and foreign nations sharpen their swords. After a chance encounter with Princess Elizabeth von Grantz draws him into a cutthroat struggle for imperial succession, Hiro must don the mantle of the War God once more. Can he live up to his own legend now that Aletia needs him again?
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Shinwa Densetsu no Eiyuu no Isekaitan
The Otherworldly Tales of a Mythological, Legendary Hero
Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Harem, Mystery
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I recommend you to go through Novelupdates page of this novel first and read the reviews there. I’d like to copy paste one of reviews that suits this novel the best I think, but I don’t think JLN admin will like that idea.
Imu-sama can you also add the fan translated volumes here? I think it’s translated upto volume 9 so far.
Finally!! Official translation! Been waiting for it since College!
the premise isn’t new and it’s a more serious take compared to other more lighthearted series with this (reincarnated into the future) troupe. Some of the early battle scenes are interesting, but past a point it becomes a bit tedious if you’re not really into that sort of thing. some of the behaviour of the characters with each other are a little weird to me(unnatural) and there are many times where I felt like things didn’t really make sense. the ‘comic relief’ moments (if you can even call it that) barely does anything imo, and it just all felt a little contrived to me. anyway, wasn’t that enjoyable of a read to me and towards the end i finished it mostly because i was so far along already. if not would have just dropped it.