Mitsuha Yamano has lost her family. Grieving, she failed her college entrance exam, and decided to take a break thanks to her inheritance. But during it, she was pushed off a cliff by a band of hoodlums. Instead of dying she found herself in another world thanks to a new power. Since the world is at medieval Europe development level, she decides to use her power to open a shop and earn her retirement money.
Fumiya Tomozaki is gamer, a top player at fighting game Atafami, who consider life to be a kusoge. Without friend and socially secluded, what would happen when he meets the popular girl, his school, Aoi Hinami, who turned to be also a top player at his game?
Luna Artur is an high school girl from the lineage of king Arthur of the legend. She is fighting to succeed the King against 10 other candidates, each with their own Excalibur and one knight of the Round table. But Luna sold her sword and her knight happen to be the weakest! Enter Rintarou Magami, a bored boy who wants to join her.
Kazuhiro “Kazuhiho” Kitase is a 25 years old salary man with one cheat power he had since he was a kid: being able to leave his job on time and have early sleep to literally live his dreams. In his dreams, he is transported to another world with game mechanics, along with whatever food lies by his bed. Using that, he baits the cute elf girl Mariabelle “Marie” on adventures. But one day, he brought her back to Japan!
Also known as loli shogi, Ryuo is a LN about pro shogi players Yaichi Kuzuryu who has taken the prestigious title of Ryuo, and of his 9 years old apprentice, Ai Hinamatsuru. The LN has earned the first place for Kono Light Novel wa Sugoi in 2017 and 2018.
Don’t let the nickname of this LN fools you. Behind the few humorous cliché joke related to underage girls known in otaku media, Ryuo a wholesome read. The author spent a lot of time researching about shogi and players, and it shows. There is no need for the reader to know shogi; I certainly don’t, and still greatly enjoyed the story. Continue reading The Ryuo’s work is never done, volume 1-5