Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 1

Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 1

Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash Volume Why are we doing this When Haruhiro came to he was in the darkness Not knowing why was he here or where here even was With him were others who also remembered little than their own names What they f

  • Title: Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 1
  • Author: Ao Jyumonji Eiri Shirai Sean McCann NanoDesu group
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Why are we doing this When Haruhiro came to, he was in the darkness Not knowing why was he here, or where here even was With him were others who also remembered little than their own names What they found when they came out of the underground was a world that was just like a game In order to survive, Haruhiro forms a party with others in the same situationWhy are we doing this When Haruhiro came to, he was in the darkness Not knowing why was he here, or where here even was With him were others who also remembered little than their own names What they found when they came out of the underground was a world that was just like a game In order to survive, Haruhiro forms a party with others in the same situation as him, learns skills, and takes his first steps forward into the world of Grimgar as a trainee volunteer soldier Not knowing what awaits him This is a tale of adventure born from the ashes.

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    523 Comment

    I really enjoy this book. Everything in it felt really dark and gloomy. After seeing the anime I had great expectations on the series since I know that no season 2 is on the making but I wanted to know what happened to all those peopleIn this book it depicts probably the first 6/7 episodes. The first 150 pages - the group forms (There are some differences here from the anime) the group train, first goblin kill, the death of a friend (Manato). The second part of the book deal with the loss of Man [...]

    I love how much more "realistic" this series is than the rest of the "dropped into a game" type of story that is becoming more common lately. It does a great job showing how tough it would be as a level 1 character with no particular talents or skills in a world where you have to buy food, lodging, and even underwear.

    I admit I kept putting this off because of the Manato thing - imagine my surprise when it turned out that the anime dealt with it much more fully than the original novel! Not that it isn't well handled, but it's not the prolonged examination of grief that its adaptation turned it into. What it did do, however, was make it clear that in order for Haruhiro to grow as a character, Manato had to die - had he not, Haruhiro would have remained dependent and eventually stagnated. Since I've always thou [...]

    You would guess there are already enough RPG stories focused in the "person in a strange world", you are wrong. What is special about Grimgar compared to others (.hack//SIGN, Sword Art Online, Log Horizon to name a few,) is that you don't new to actually know about RPG's to understand and enjoy them.Grimgar treats you as a total noob, meaning that you are new to what is about to happen and the author will guide you in this new world and everything you need to know to survive, as in guilds, skill [...]

    Reads like an RPG. Would love to find out what happens next. Still worth reading even if you have watched the anime series. There are minor differences between light novel and anime.

    It was very entertaining; I enjoyed the banter between Haruhiro and Ranta looking forward to see where this series goes

    Good story.Good story with great RPG elements, the author nicely introduce RPG elements in a subtle way. The story is also engaging and is nice to see the characters evolve.

    The best trapped in game/new world setting I read! The protagonists aren't focused on being heroes or villains, they just want to survive this world.The LN features a lot more than the anime. (This Book covers the first 8 episodes of Season 1)

    So Grimgar, as you may know if you watched the anime, is an MMO influenced world that a group of strangers is brought to. These strangers all happen to be a bit shaky on their past lives up to the point of arriving in Grimgar, but they do occasionally have moments of brilliant deduction that would require real world knowledge about subjects like “games". These kinds of hints make you think there is more going on under the surface of the world, so if that kind of story interests you maybe stick [...]

    The artwork-ings are amazing. although there's no explanation for their previous life erasings, how they got to grimgar or anything, it's definately different from the usual sucked into the game. somewhere along the story, i thought up a theory that they are actually characters created from us humans in the real world, playing a game called GRIMGAR. just that this grimgar story is actually the game characters and events being "humanized"

    I know I am letting my gamer spirit out on this one, but did I love reading this!A really interesting story with a few plot twists that leave your mouth wide open. Yeah, sure there are some cliche things, like in everything else, but there is this feeling of wanting to know more. Like the story is wanting you to live through the shared pain, happiness and all the other emotions of the characters. Just epic!

    Pretty good idea, love the Idea actually. But in my opinion need more details during battle scene and sometime i get "skipped" story telling And I just "eh Is that how it end?" Without getting more information about it.

    Some people complain about the writing. I believe that they just aren't familiar with the way Japanese speech is built. The translation work is quite good with some notes at the end to clarify it even further. Can't wait to get started with book 2.

    I never expected the writing to be decent (well, decent in translation), but the concepts also failed to impress. Dull. Did not finish. Do not recommend.

    Fun light novel, prefer the anime, though it definitely explores some of the subplots and motivations that aren't covered in the anime.

    Solid portal fantasy into RPGish world partially because it's sort of deconstructing alot of it, quite good so far.

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