ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 8

ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 8❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 8 ❤ Author Fujino Omori – Heartforum.co.uk Weaklings only get in the wayright?

Bete Loga is Loki Familia's lone wolf and easily one of the strongest when it comes to brute strength After laughing in the faces of his defeated comrades Weaklings only get in the wayright?Bete Loga is Loki Familia's lone wolf and easily one of the strongest when it comes to brute strength After laughing in the faces of his defeated comrades down in Knossos, he finds himself ostracized from the rest of his familiay to be courted by the overly eager and affectionate ian girl Lena, who promptly insistsey sleep together?!His antics with this new girl unearth memories of his past, all ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア eBook ´ of them revolving around his mysterious fang tattoo, and soon, he finds himself facetoface with everything he has long tried to forget Meanwhile, the God of Death and his familia begin hatching a sinister plan The wicked blade that robbed Bete of his companions is on its way back, and it's thirsty for !.

大森藤ノAssociated Names:OHMORI FujinoOMORI FujinoŌMORI Fujino.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 8
  • Fujino Omori
  • English
  • 11 October 2019
  • 9781975327798

10 thoughts on “ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 8

  1. Marcelo Ishikame says:

    Tsundere male -_-

  2. Ricardo Matos says:

    Pretty poor volume about one of the least interesting characters of the series. It being Danmachi, there are still some good moments, but nah... this one is almost like a Bete side story which doesn't drive the main plot forward in any way.

  3. kurogane shiroikaze says:

    A much better volume compared to the messy vol 7, this time the spotlight falls on Bete Loga, the jerkish anti-hero of the main cast. He is certainly not loved at all, being antagonistic to everyone with a rude demeanour to everyone. Even his own comrades aren't spared.

    This volume sees him going one step too far, resulting in a temporary expulsion and soul-searching that finally reveals his backstory and reason of for acting like such as hardass. While there were some huge stretches to the imagination taken, it does soften his character a bit more.

    What makes this volume work is the introduction of a new side-character, Lena, that becomes the foil to Bete's standoffish attitude by going full in-his-face lovey-dovey. It goes quite over-the-top at parts, but given the quality of the writing it manages to work out.

    I find Sword Oratorio at its best when exploring the characters the main story doesn't manage to fit in time for, so a volume like this was really the series coming back to form. Hoping it'll keep this up!

  4. Casey says:

    More like 3½ stars, but I'm rounding this one up because of the finale if nothing else. I will also admit I went into this book not really wanting to like it. I don't like Bete Loga. I find him very off-putting, wholly unlikable (irredeemably so), and just an a-hole.

    So we get a volume where we learn more of his backstory and it isn't a very nice one (surprise, surprise). While it seemingly explains why he is the way he is, and what he's feeling -- it does not in the least excuse his terrible behavior especially toward his fellow Familia members or his GF? Oh, did I forget to mention that in this volume a young Amazon declares her love for him. You'll have to read it to see how that works out.

    Verdict: It is okay entry with a spectacular finale (even if you don't like Bete and I don't). May not seem to drive the Sword Oratoria storyline very far, but it has some moments.

  5. Austin says:

    This volume went above and beyond what I initially expected as a danmachi fan.

  6. Eldon Siemens says:

    Fully enjoyable story with Bete as the main focal point.

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