To Another World… with Land Mines!

異世界転移、地雷付きIsekai Teni, Jirai Tsuki.

“Hey! I’m an evil god, but I’m not actually evil!” Those were the first words I heard in the afterlife. My name’s Naofumi Kamiya, and my entire class died in a tragic bus accident. The god told my classmates that he would transport all of us to a dangerous new world, but he created skills for us on request, so maybe he was actually a good god? That’s what I thought at first, anyway. But when it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! I feel bad for my classmates who thought that gimmicky skills would make them invincible. I mean, the god did warn them that there were no cheat skills! Oh well. As for myself, I’m enjoying my life with my childhood friends, putting safety first and staying out of trouble. After all, this world might seem like a game, but it’s not. It’s reality.

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Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Slice of Life
Volume 01 Premium or (Mirror) 21-Jul-2022 v1.0.1
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Next volume est. October 18, 2022

6 thoughts on “To Another World… with Land Mines!

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  1. First: the landmines are figurative. The class is given the chance to pick ‘cheat’ skills, but all of them have severe prices. Like the 2x EXP needing 10x EXP to level up(don’t remember the exact number). Or a skill that makes you never ‘feel’ drunk, but doesn’t prevent the effects of alcohol on your body, so you’ll think you are fine until you drop dead from drinking too much.
    Second: the main group are all characters who avoided the ‘land mines’, so they only occasionally come up when you hear about other classmates.
    Overall, it’s a very slow burn, isekai, slice-of-life without any particularly exciting events.

  2. Its a very generic story nothing uncommon and same thing goes on forever. Author unnecessarily increased the story talking about every minute stuff rather than focussing on story developement.

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