Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side: Sword Oratoria, Vol. 1

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon On the Side Sword Oratoria Vol Aiz Wallenstein the Sword Princess is known as one of the most powerful warriors from one of the most powerful groups in the city of Orario Loki Familia With them she ventures into the deepest part

  • Title: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side: Sword Oratoria, Vol. 1
  • Author: Fujino Ōmori
  • ISBN: 9780316315333
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aiz Wallenstein, the Sword Princess, is known as one of the most powerful warriors from one of the most powerful groups in the city of Orario Loki Familia With them, she ventures into the deepest parts of the labyrinthine Dungeon beneath the city, stalking the monstrous denizens that lurk there and vanquishing them with the blazing light of her sword But when she meetsAiz Wallenstein, the Sword Princess, is known as one of the most powerful warriors from one of the most powerful groups in the city of Orario Loki Familia With them, she ventures into the deepest parts of the labyrinthine Dungeon beneath the city, stalking the monstrous denizens that lurk there and vanquishing them with the blazing light of her sword But when she meets a certain white haired boy, the encounter will change both of them forever

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    1 thought on “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side: Sword Oratoria, Vol. 1”

    1. There was a little bit too much action, especially at the beginning. However this book offers some interesting insights into Aiz's thoughts, which had me wondering after watching DanMachi. The writing itself is pretty poor, and not because it's a translation. There are misspellings, grammatical issues, and the overall narrative isn't very descriptive of the characters senses other than site. Of course, I have to remember that the sound effects are written out almost as dialogue.The story itself [...]

    2. After some hesitation I finally picked up this novel, and I don't regret one bit of it.Side stories like this can go two ways: ruining the original by association, or making the original shine even brighter. This was definitely the later.This series is mainly from the heroine Aiz's view, and gives a whole different dimension to the series. It's not like we haven't read from her perspective in the original. But what makes this series amazing is reading from her perspective during the key moments [...]

    3. I enjoyed the story, as it gave more of an insight into Aiz, however there were some areas where the story didn’t flow as well as the original series. I am not sure if this is because yen press cheaper out on the translator or because this is an early piece of writing compared to the other book 9 in the original series. Other-all the story was good, hoping the others flow better, but there is always a bit of difficulty with translated books.

    4. Read to the current 29th chapter.I have to say I actually like this more than the original series, as, like Zombie Powder, it starts off with a strong hero rather than what now feels like a cliched weak protagonist building his or her strength at a ridiculous rate. And I've always been interested in the inner workings of the Loki Familia.

    5. I couldn't finish this A lot of spelling errors and over explanations makes the whole thing sound like a middle school student wrote it. I blame translation problems and hope a manga version comes out because I love the characters. Still has great pictures though.

    6. I really enjoyed the new perspective that this book takes; giving you a familiar event and showing a new side to it. I'm looking forward to more volumes in this side story as hopefully we get to learn more and more about the past of not only Aiz but the series itself as well Highly Recommend

    7. Great sidestory.The story is well narrated, the characters are captivating and as a sidestory is very interesting. Great work, and a must read if you like the original story.

    8. This book fills a strange role. We've seen hardly anything of Aiz in the main series. Maybe because she's so overly powerful? This series opens up her head to the reader to understand her a bit more. It definitely fits the feeling of the rest of the series, and it's a great addition. It also answers a lot of questions from the main series, and adds a tremendous amount of context to things that happen early on.Good read, worth the time if you enjoyed the main series.

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