The Great Cleric

聖者無双~サラリーマン、異世界で生き残るために歩む道~Seija Musou: Salaryman, Isekai de Ikinokoru Tame ni Ayumu MichiThe Great Cleric: White-Collar Survival in Another World

One moment, a certain salaryman is on cloud nine, that promotion finally within his grasp, and the next, he’s keeled over pain, and that was all she wrote. Luckily for him, fate had a bit more to say. A world of magic, monsters, and other such life-shortening entities await his newly reincarnated self for a second shot at life. With nothing but his past-life experiences and sharp business skills to guide him in the foreign lands of Galdardia, he takes up the name Luciel and vows that his (next) demise will be from naught but old age. And what better way to avoid a(nother) gruesome death, than by taking up a nice, cushy job as a healer? But getting by in another world doesn’t come easy, or cheap. It’ll take a lot of blood, sweat, and tears to hone the skills he needs to make his way. But make it he will…or die (again) trying!

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Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Isekai
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Updated December 2, 2022
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  1. The comment below says it’s chilling, and the “slice of life is well done”.

    [Insert one preferred conjunction word] it has no quality in dialogs and the plot. It is always the MC doing his thing. It is the type of story where the world revolves around the MC (most of the time).
    I’d appreciate a story where the MC just says “Oh” all the time, but living in a world

    1. Yeah i found it pretty dogshit too for exactly those reasons, i can take a Bad story or middling characters as long as the world feels like an actual world but when nothing can happen without the mc and it’s clear it’s only him moving shit along then thats just foul.

      And while it can work with a súper interesting character carrying shit along this typical cuck without motivations mc here just aint cutting it.

  2. A nice read indeed. Apart from the wussiness of the main characters at the first few chapters, I generally liked how the story progresses. The protagonist is decently powerful, but find himself unable to prevail against native prodigies, yet he is able to accomplish great deeds via his unque abilities. 10/10 would recommend

  3. No edgy, overpowered, world breaking protagonist here, just some guy trying to survive in his new life in another world.

  4. People are too harsh on this story.
    It is slice of life and it is very well done.
    It is a nice and warm story that makes you fell happy with just a little bit of improvement from our MC.
    YOu fell happy for him when he achieves and fell his pain when he fails.
    give a try and see for yourself, but dont expect an overpower hero. This is not it. It is just a normal person, though a bit airhead, trying his best. Sorry for my english.

  5. Nothing much happens in this novel, and then it ends. Probably the most boring one I’ve read to date.

    … Why do I do this to myself?

  6. Read the WN, and if the LN is not that different from the WN, then the protagonist will only seem blander each volume. Though the Object X moments and the training he does are awesome nonetheless. Also, if there’s anyone who expects any romance from the story, I advise that you either wait for who knows how many volumes till a heroine finally appears or just drop this. Finally, despite the premise that there are others transported with him to another world he almost never meets them.

  7. Read the WN years ago, and completely forgot it existed. Seems like they’re really starting to grab from the bottom of the barrel for isekai series. There’s nothing special here, just another isekai

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