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2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか4』に続き、 2か月連続で『ダンまち』から限定版刊行決定!! 第4回GA文庫大賞《大賞》作品『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』から、 ベル憧れの【剣姫】アイズ・ヴァレンシュタインを主人公とした本気のスピンオフ企画始動! 限定版小冊子には、大森藤ノによる書き下ろし短編に加え、 外伝イラスト担当のはいむらきよたかによる、超貴重なキャラクター設定資料集を大公開! さらに、小冊子の表紙イラストには人気イラストレーター・深崎暮人が登場! ●はいむらきよたか 描き下ろし限定版カバー ●書き下ろし短編入り小冊子(32P) ○小冊子内容 ・深崎暮人氏による描き下ろし表紙 (2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』4巻限定版の小冊子の表紙と対 2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか4』に続き、 2か月連続で『ダンまち』から限定版刊行決定!! 第4回GA文庫大賞《大賞》作品『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』から、 ベル憧れの【剣姫】アイズ・ヴァレンシュタインを主人公とした本気のスピンオフ企画始動! 限定版小冊子には、大森藤ノによる書き下ろし短編に加え、 外伝イラスト担当のはいむらきよたかによる、超貴重なキャラクター設定資料集を大公開! さらに、小冊子の表紙イラストには人気イラストレーター・深崎暮人が登場! ●はいむらきよたか 描き下ろし限定版カバー ●書き下ろし短編入り小冊子(32P) ○小冊子内容 ・深崎暮人氏による描き下ろし表紙 (2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』4巻限定版の小冊子の表紙と対になります。 2冊並べると一枚のイラストになる豪華仕様です) ・著者、大森藤ノ氏による描き下ろし小説 ・はいむらきよたか氏による、超豪華キャラクター設定資料集。 ※内容は変更となる場合がございます。


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2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか4』に続き、 2か月連続で『ダンまち』から限定版刊行決定!! 第4回GA文庫大賞《大賞》作品『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』から、 ベル憧れの【剣姫】アイズ・ヴァレンシュタインを主人公とした本気のスピンオフ企画始動! 限定版小冊子には、大森藤ノによる書き下ろし短編に加え、 外伝イラスト担当のはいむらきよたかによる、超貴重なキャラクター設定資料集を大公開! さらに、小冊子の表紙イラストには人気イラストレーター・深崎暮人が登場! ●はいむらきよたか 描き下ろし限定版カバー ●書き下ろし短編入り小冊子(32P) ○小冊子内容 ・深崎暮人氏による描き下ろし表紙 (2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』4巻限定版の小冊子の表紙と対 2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか4』に続き、 2か月連続で『ダンまち』から限定版刊行決定!! 第4回GA文庫大賞《大賞》作品『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』から、 ベル憧れの【剣姫】アイズ・ヴァレンシュタインを主人公とした本気のスピンオフ企画始動! 限定版小冊子には、大森藤ノによる書き下ろし短編に加え、 外伝イラスト担当のはいむらきよたかによる、超貴重なキャラクター設定資料集を大公開! さらに、小冊子の表紙イラストには人気イラストレーター・深崎暮人が登場! ●はいむらきよたか 描き下ろし限定版カバー ●書き下ろし短編入り小冊子(32P) ○小冊子内容 ・深崎暮人氏による描き下ろし表紙 (2013年12月発売の『ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか』4巻限定版の小冊子の表紙と対になります。 2冊並べると一枚のイラストになる豪華仕様です) ・著者、大森藤ノ氏による描き下ろし小説 ・はいむらきよたか氏による、超豪華キャラクター設定資料集。 ※内容は変更となる場合がございます。

30 review for ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか外伝 ソード・オラトリア 小冊子付き限定版

  1. 4 out of 5

    Waraji Sama

    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 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 isn't so bad though. It's Aiz's Wallenstein's point of view as paralleled with Bell Cranell's, which if you like that, you should like this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Linsky

    By the time you get this deep in a series, you know if you like it or not. As it happens, I do. This spin-off of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon features the sword princess Eis Wallenstein front and center, which is fun and appreciated.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    Watched the amine, read the manga and now got my hands on the light novel. Each has their merit. I feel there is a bit more depth into the characters in the light novel, as to be expected since you can't always show what their thoughts are on screen. Which is better is subjective. If you have seen the show or read the manga and want some more -- going the light novel route is certainly worth the effort. If you're starting out -- watch or read the original first Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girl Watched the amine, read the manga and now got my hands on the light novel. Each has their merit. I feel there is a bit more depth into the characters in the light novel, as to be expected since you can't always show what their thoughts are on screen. Which is better is subjective. If you have seen the show or read the manga and want some more -- going the light novel route is certainly worth the effort. If you're starting out -- watch or read the original first Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Manga, Vol. 1 or Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Light Novels, Vol. 1. This really is a side story where you learn more about Aiz and the Loki familia, but being familiar with the world first is a good idea. If you're on the fence -- as much as I liked it (and will read more) if you've seen the show and/or read the manga you're probably okay. Verdict: Start with the original series (Anime, manga or LN). Then do this one (anime, manga or LN). If you have read the manga or seen the anime -- this isn't a lot different so read it in addition if you're a big fan or just want to spend some more time with Aiz and friends.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Kimmel

    I picked this book up because I was doing some research on light novels, and read it intermittently over the past several months. Finally I decided that I'd had it out from the library long enough and it was time to plow through to the end. The setup rather reminds me of the old Moria and Angband ASCII-graphics dungeon crawl games I used to play in the 1990's. A dungeon of multiple levels which your character descends, fighting monsters, finding treasures, gaining experience points and leveling u I picked this book up because I was doing some research on light novels, and read it intermittently over the past several months. Finally I decided that I'd had it out from the library long enough and it was time to plow through to the end. The setup rather reminds me of the old Moria and Angband ASCII-graphics dungeon crawl games I used to play in the 1990's. A dungeon of multiple levels which your character descends, fighting monsters, finding treasures, gaining experience points and leveling up stats until they're ready to fight the Big Bad at the bottom. Those games were single-player and thus a solo adventure, while this novel involves teams known as familia, each sponsored by a god who has descended from the upper world to play in the lives of mortals. Aiz Wallenstein is a female knight, who looks like a waif (although this may just be manga-style art conventions -- even male heroes are always portrayed as much slimmer and less bulked than they would be in Western art) but wields a sword of incredible power, presumably because of magic and the favor of the god of their familia, Loki (who is portrayed as female in this light novel, although Loki was definitely male in Norse mythology). Everything changes when monsters from much lower levels suddenly start forcing their way to the higher levels, putting inexperienced adventurers at extraordinary risk. Aiz leads the charge to stop these monsters before they cause a slaughter, and in the process her sword is destroyed. The rest of this light novel, the first of a series, is all about Aiz and her familia as they try to find out what's going on, and of course have all kinds of interpersonal drama. It falls firmly into the gamelit subgenre, but in a way that reads more like a sendup of gaming, and particularly the dungeon-crawl adventure, rather than a serious fantasy game novelization.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    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 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 between her and Bell, plus some hidden jems that you never get from Bell's perspective. That's what truly made this book shine for me. Filed with action, this book is a must for those who enjoy the original series. You won't be disappointed.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maverynthia

    Boring as all fuck. 30% of the book was fighting caterpillars. That's it. Then of course there's the pornservice with the characters jiggling everywhere and thighs flashing even though right after it's stated that armor is having holes in it. Hrmm.. good enough for women, good enough for men. Overall just fucking boring. Looking at the future covers, we can see that Aiz needs protecting by a maaaan (boy really) even though it stated multiple times that she's super uber powerful and is the only on Boring as all fuck. 30% of the book was fighting caterpillars. That's it. Then of course there's the pornservice with the characters jiggling everywhere and thighs flashing even though right after it's stated that armor is having holes in it. Hrmm.. good enough for women, good enough for men. Overall just fucking boring. Looking at the future covers, we can see that Aiz needs protecting by a maaaan (boy really) even though it stated multiple times that she's super uber powerful and is the only one that can save the day. Also monster that look like human women for no other reason that this book is for incels.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Peake

    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.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tom

    Not as good I really hope that this branch in the series improves because the Bell side is a great read. Unfortunately, while the overall story is good, the main character falls flat and it feels like she is just drug along from scene to scene as a place holder and a reference point to Bell rather than someone who has her own stories to tell.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    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. 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.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dwight

    Quite enjoyable; even moreso than the main series. Aiz and Loki Familia are more interesting to me and I like that it lines up well with the main series, running parallel. It had it's slow moments but was mostly entertaining. Quite enjoyable; even moreso than the main series. Aiz and Loki Familia are more interesting to me and I like that it lines up well with the main series, running parallel. It had it's slow moments but was mostly entertaining.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    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. 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.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Kenki Unleashed While this volume retreads some familiar ground covered in the main series, it still serves purpose in fleshing those events out while simultaneously giving insight into the thoughts and motivations of the ever aloof Aiz.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alec Rebert

    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 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

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

    Nicely paced and a fun read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    kagami

    Incredible. I watched the Danmachi anime and I loved the concept but hated the main familia. Sword Oratoria brings out that incredible concept, but with the better and stronger characters.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lydia

    Haven’t read it yet

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tomcat

    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.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    Interesting, but doesn't develop Aiz's character much. An introduction to the Loki Familia Interesting, but doesn't develop Aiz's character much. An introduction to the Loki Familia

  19. 5 out of 5

    Adam Lane

    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. 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.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

  21. 4 out of 5

    Justus Stone

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dalian "Kuro no Yomihime"

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tuneer

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Boucher

  25. 4 out of 5

    William T. Weaver Jr

  26. 5 out of 5

    dylan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andy Luc

  28. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zak Wightman

  30. 4 out of 5

    Master Scholar

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