The Kingdom of Clays faces a dire crisis: an assassination attempt has just been made on its own Princess Lynneburg, and its neighboring countries eye the aftermath like starving vultures, plotting the Kingdom’s downfall. The ensuing conflict will shape the face of the continent for centuries to come…but Noor doesn’t have a clue about any of that! Having freshly arrived at the royal capital after over a decade of rigorous, isolated training at his mountain home, he’s dead set on achieving his childhood dream of becoming an adventurer, even if the only skills he possesses are useless ones. Sure, he can [Parry] thousands of swords in the span of a single breath, but everybody knows you need more than that if you want to be an adventurer!
Our hero’s road to making his dream come true will be long(?) and arduous(?)—but if there’s one thing Noor’s not afraid of, it’s some good ol’ fashioned hard work!
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Ore wa Subete wo “Parry” Suru
I Will Parry Everything to Become the Greatest Adventurer!
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The misunderstanding gets dumber and dumber each time i read, and don’t expect development on the MC’s brain.
Turn off your logic and reasoning when you read this novel, just take it as comedy.
At first I hated it and almost dropped it, when the MC mistook the Minotaur for “just a weak cow”, the MC was just waaay too dumb. But then it suddenly started to get fun when everyone else took him for super strong and both parties misunderstood everything the other party said because of their different viewpoints.
Just a heads up, this is one of those series where the comedy comes from the MC being dumber than a bag of rocks. Like, extremely dumb. “I’m just a country boy, I guess that’s how they do things here in the city” is his entire schtick.
Damn. That breaks the immersion really hard.
The title kinda says it all. MC parries everything. Probably even his own brain has been parried away since he doesn’t seem to have much of it. The misunderstood MC with weak skill but is actually OP schtick is nothing new or special, and having a dense OP that “doesn’t realise it” is the same too. It was an average read to me at the beginning at least, but it gets old fast, and I’m really not sure if it will get better or not since MC doesn’t really show any growth at all (brain wise) throughout the whole volume. It’s easy enough to get through if you just want to turn off your brain and pass some time though.
might not be that bad if you can parry the MC’s inner monologue
Read what’s been translated of the manga adaptation and story felt almost like a One Punch Man that tries to take itself seriously. Token OP MC with the intelligence of a rock. Mastered the basic skills of every class, stronger than a dragon, yet is somehow considered to not have the ability to become an adventurer. I can go on about equally air-headed the other characters are or the laughable power balance of the world, but I’ll spare you my pointless ramblings.
I would say it’s below average (to put it kindly) at best, but I’m sure there’s some people out there that will find someway to enjoy it.
I liked it, it’s ok, it’s a pity is just 1 volume I’m curious what happens next pretty much all the plotlines are up in the air so I can’t say if it’s good or not
Parry this you filthy casual
Is this good? Someone tell me.
lol try it and decide for yourself.
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Yep, I think so too.
It’s not bad, sort of funny. It is based on the main character misunderstanding his own strength. As he lived on a mountain most of his life he lacks what is common sense to others, so he can’t correctly judge who he is fighting against. I wonder if the author will keep up these funny misunderstandings in the next volumes too, but according to the title they will.