High School DxD


I’m going to make this school my harem!

When a cute girl asks Issei out, he believes his twisted fantasies are finally coming true. Too bad the girl sprouts a pair of black wings and stabs him with a spear on their first date! Saved by his school’s number one beauty, Rias Gremory, Issei is transformed into a demon and made her servant. Issei hopes to rise through the ranks of demonkind to grow powerful enough to create his harem, but in a city with fallen angels and insane priests, he’ll be lucky if he can live long enough to do it!


LN information (LNDB)(.epub)(official) RSS feed
Genre: Action, Comedy, Ecchi, Harem, Supernatural
Volume 01 or (Mirror)
Volume 02 or (Mirror) Updated February 6 with HQ illustrations
Volume 03 or (Mirror)
Volume 04 or (Mirror)
Volume 05 or (Mirror)
Volume 06 or (Mirror)
Volume 07 or (Mirror)
Volume 08 or (Mirror)
Volume 09 or (Mirror)

Updated January 21, 2023
Volume 10 or (Mirror)

Next volume est. TBD
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  1. I was wondering, what’s the difference between this and reading off of https://occult-research.club/project/index.php?title=High_School_DxD (a sneaky fan translation site saving all the content from baka-tsuki and adding more to the translations, really it shouldn’t even be up I don’t think considering publishers came for baka-tsuki’s translations)? Is this the official published version, whilst the website formerly mentioned is simply web novel translations? Considering the website mentioned above goes all the way to the most recently put out volume by the author, I was curious if it’s even worth reading these LN translations, if the quality of translation and general wording doesn’t change much.

    1. The novels hosted here are the official translations, and the fan site are the fan translations compiled. I can tell you that the quality is definitely not the same. The fan site reads very much like a fan translation. It’s passable, but reads a bit stilted and awkward.

      Of course, it’s going to take literally years for the official translations to catch up, so if you want to read the more recent stuff, you don’t really have other options.

      You could also read 1 volume of each to compare for yourself and see if you care enough about the differences.

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