Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka volume 13, slated for release on February 14, 2018.
“The Bringer of Destruction”…”The Promised Elf”…Elf? Is this about the Gale?
The bad news of the murder is brought to the city on the 18th Floor. The culprit is the blacklisted Gale.
Unable to believe their ears, Bell and the others begin looking for Ryuu to clear her name, and at the same time Cassandra sees her worst prophetic dream.
A 17 passage prophecy is given.
The fulfillment of the prophecy is the death of their beloved companions.
Stricken with despair, the tragic prophet begins her lonely battle against destruction.
This time, I’ll be talking about the winning works of 30th Fantasia Grand Prize, an annual light novel award held by light novel publisher Fujimi Shobo. These new works will be published under Fantasia Bunko label on January 20, 2018. A special campaign has also been updated on the official website, in which the heroines from each of the works are voiced by four popular voice actresses. So, without further ado, let’s go over these four new titles!
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Mahou Shoujo no Scoutman is a light novel penned by Ibukiyo Amou (Astronauts wa Mahou wo Tsukau, Hakugai Fukutsu no Blade Maker) and illustrated by Katoroku (@kato_roku). Published by Dengeki Bunko, this light novel was released on December 9, 2017. It takes on the magical girl cliche, which has undergone a lot of changes and deconstruction in recent years, and ended up being a pretty fun depiction of the trope.
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Two years since its first volume was published, Ryuuou no Oshigoto! (The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done!) has managed to hit the first place in Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! twice in a row, achieve one million overall sales, and secure an anime adaptation which will be coming up soon. All these achievements are nothing short of impressive for a series that doesn’t play by the book—amidst the industry where stories about reincarnation, life in another world, or edgy antisocial protagonists who double as a sorry excuse for the readers’ self-insert material dominate the market, Ryuuou no Oshigoto! shows us the possibility of having a light novel about a board game coming up on top.
With the anime airing on January 9, I reckon it’s about the perfect time to look back on what the series has gone through so far. Spoilers are obviously ahead, though I figured that most of you are here for them anyway. Anyway, you can join the Discord server here.
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Mikage Kasuga, the author of Oda Nobuna no Yabou, has announced through the series’ official Twitter account that his next work will take the theme of “Romance of the Three Kingdoms”. He has also mentioned that this new light novel will be illustrated by Won, the same artist responsible for Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry’s illustration.
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Great news that everyone’s probably waiting for: Saekano is not ending just yet! A new page in the official website has been updated alongside the news that Saekano will be receiving a new anime adaptation in the form of a movie. More details will be announced on a later date. For the time being, feel free to discuss about what do you think about this in the comment section! You can also join us at the Discord server here.
This is a set of questions adapted from the official quiz featured in Dragon Magazine’s March 2017 issue. The questions are pretty easy to answer if you’ve been following the light novels so far. This quiz is separated to three sections with ten questions each. Track your own answers with a note and check the right ones at the end of this quiz!
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