盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 Kindle Ú

盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 Kindle Ú


盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 [PDF / Epub] ❤ 盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 ✅ Aneko Yusagi – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk 盾の勇者として召喚された尚文。謎の災害《波》から村人たちを助けても、国王には蔑(ないがし)ろにされたままだった。また俺だけが馬鹿にさ 盾の勇者として召喚された尚文。謎の災害《波》から村人たちを助けても、国王には蔑(ないがし)ろにされたままだった。また俺だけが馬鹿にされるのか……!? 世界はまだまだ敵であるらしい。そんな尚文がある日「たまごガチャ」と呼ばれるモンスターくじを引く。どこにでもいるような鳥型の魔物フィロリアルを引き当てて、「フィーロ」と名付けたはいいが、どんどんと成長していき――なんと、羽の生えた少女になってしまった!?亜人の娘ラフタリアに、「ご主人さま!」と妙になつく天使のような少女フィーロ。彼女たちと共に尚文が始めたのは、なんと「行商」だった!!異世界リベンジファンタジー第2弾、ここに始まる!.

  • Paperback
  • 316 pages
  • 盾の勇者の成り上がり 2
  • Aneko Yusagi
  • Japanese
  • 02 May 2017
  • 9784040660493

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10 thoughts on “盾の勇者の成り上がり 2

  1. Jaine Jaine says:

    aaaawwwwww... I love this. Raphtalia and Naofumi's relationship is just adorable.

  2. Emmanuel J Emmanuel J says:

    Self hatred hurts others

    I am thoroughly enjoying the series, I could understand Naofumi's feeling to certain extent. Being mistreated by people that supposedly to protect can and will people wear down. That why I am invested which Naofumi, Raphtalia, and Filo to see where they are heading. The only way to cure self hatred is through service, support, and love ones that cares for you. Self hatred can hurt people even when you don't realize it that why it take time to fully heal from that.

  3. Coyora Dokusho Coyora Dokusho says:

    I find the hero amusing. Also many of the characters are adorable.

  4. Lazybee Lazybee says:

    Well. I didn't like it. I hate lolita harems in novels.

  5. MC MC says:

    This volume was a basic road travelogue and side-quest story. It was a lot like The Druid of Shannara in it's travelogue format. The difference is that instead of a main and side quests like in Druid, it's all side-quests here.

    The good part was the character development for Naofumi and Raphtalia (mostly Naofumi), as well as Filo's introduction. Sure, Filo is annoying at times, especially since I like Raphtalia better, but she is an adorable character, and Naofumi finally begins to process his issues and become more heroic.

    Oh, to be sure, he is heroic for these first two books, really. But he seems unwilling or unable to admit this to anyone, especially himself. So he acts more cynical. I understand this won't be broken completely, if ever, for quite a while. But he is beginning to get better and have his heart open more, which is good.

    I love how adorable and badass Filo and Raphtalia can be. Great stuff and the pacing of the story is good, so even without a real major plot, the narrative still kept my interest.

    All in all, a great second entry to this series.

  6. Bivisyani Questibrilia Bivisyani Questibrilia says:

    Woohoo! The next instalment to this series! I really liked the prequel to this book, although I must say it stirred up a whole lot of anger within me. In contrast, this book was a whole lot lighter and seems to create such a positive progress on the characters' lives. From the cover, I believe, you can already see the change in atmosphere—what with Filo's angelic face taking up more than 50% of the illustration—and I really love it!

    First of all, I must say how much I love Naofumi's character. In the first book, he was really super gloomy, pessimistic and losing the will to live. In this one, he is more driven and curious and good things are starting to happen to him—some of which are thanks to his efforts in the prequel. That being said, I'm glad he still has some of cynicism and caution still with him—although he often thinks about what's best for others and how to help solve others' problems. It makes me so happy and relieved for him to be able to clear up his name little by little. Unfortunately, if you are looking for a bit more romance, this book will be more of a disappointment, since there is virtually no development on the love front—especially between Naofumi and Raphtalia. It does, however, become more interesting with the appearance of a new 'rival'—shall we say—in the form of the lively, forward and innocent Filo.

    Second of all, it's starting to shape up into an RPG/fantasy genre with the various classes and types of abilities one can have—namely, in the learning of magic by our two main characters. The range of friendship Naofumi seems to establish has also widened, that he manages to benefit from their knowledge and skills to improve his own abilities. It's very, very intriguing to see the magic that this world possesses—although it seems to be a soft magic (not being very specific about the rules of the magical capabilities of the people). Personally, I find it very fascinating that our main character is a lot more passive, in terms of class—what with his defence and healing magic being his strong suit, accompanied by his apt for concocting medicine. It's quite refreshing, in contrast to the usual heroes of such stories being really aggressive and heavy in attack powers.

    Lastly, I really love how peaceful and serene this whole book feels compared to its prequel. Although the protagonists fight monsters from time to time—and deal with a number of dramatic events too—it is mostly very content. They even have a bit of a routine of traveling from one village to the next to sell their stuff and basically carry on their jobs. It's a great break from all the betrayal, heartache and absolute madness that happened in the first book.

    What I find somewhat weird about this book—and possibly the whole series—is how inconsistent the concept of time is. Before, the whole book managed to capture 45 days that go on between each wave of destruction. However, this time—although a lot more things seem to be going on—the wave of destruction hasn't come yet. I don't know if that is an indication of what will happen later on—if it is, it is not in the least bit hinted in the book—but it sure feels rather off.

    Overall, though, I'll keep reading this series for now. Really enjoy it so far!

  7. LiteratureIsLife LiteratureIsLife says:

    Read this review (and others) at: https://literatureislife.com/2019/09/...

    The Rising of the Shield Hero, Volume 2 starts off shortly after Volume 1 ended. For people who watched the anime, Volume 2 covers episodes 5 through 8. Despite coming out of his shell a bit and newfound trust in Raphtalia after the end of the previous book, Naofumi is still in a dark place. But this is still the beginning phase of his journey, as Naofumi and his allies rise into becoming true heroes. While Naofumi and Raphtalia and still a key focus here, they pick up a third party member in this book: Filo.

    Filo is a creature called a filolial, a large, intelligent bird creature that is totally definitely not a chocobo. Basically, filolials are this magical world’s equivalent of horses. But they can also be trained to fight monsters and whatnot. Having a large creature that can also pull a wagon quickly puts Naofumi on the next track of his journey: becoming a trading merchant. With the kingdom still ostracizing him, the group journeys around the countryside fighting monsters for experience and selling medicines, food, and other needed goods to the poorer areas who see little trade. But Naofumi is not the only one having adventures.

    Over the course of this book, Naofumi’s group hears rumors about the other three heroes. And all three of them are very much still treating this new world like a video game. But Naofumi realizes that this world is no game and that in the real world, actions have consequences. The group’s journey soon develops a pattern of cleaning up the other heroes’ messes. The actions of the other heroes inadvertently lead to Naofumi becoming stronger. While the other heroes “know what they are doing” from their video game knowledge, Naofumi continues to learn from scratch and pick up on things the other heroes remain unaware of.

    Is Volume 2 of Rising of the Shield Hero particularly exciting? Not really. This is a story full of side quests. These are the mini-missions you have to do in games to get the experience/loot to tackle the big story. But while the main plot crawls along here, the character development continues to expand. Naofumi, Raphtalia, and Filo all grow as people from these experiences. Both individually and in their relationships together as a team. Even characters who are not always directly involved, like the other three heroes, get some development via the actions Naofumi knows they have taken. Rising of the Shield Hero Volume 2 is very much a stepping stone, but it seems to be moving the series in the right direction.

  8. Hedler Hedler says:

    This is the second volume of Aneko Yusagi's The Rising of the Shield Hero light novel series. For some reason the author felt the need to have Naofumi explain to us readers what happened in the first volume, although I find it hard to believe that anyone would read this light novel without even having a prior understanding of the events of volume 1.

    The first half is way more light-hearted than the previous one, and this is surely because of the introduction of the character Filo. It surely pays off, because it leads the story into interesting directions. We have a chance to see Naofumi break the stereotype of the dungeon crawler fantasy hero (so prevalent in tabletop and electronic roleplaying games) and solve the world's problems using his wits and, well, let’s say enlightened self-interest (almost in a randian sense, believe it or not!).

    The second half the light novel gets a little darker as we begin to witness from Naofumi's perspective the consequences of the other heroes actions. I finished the book with the impression that the story arc ended halfway, perhaps because of the limits of the light novel format.

    Overall the second volume is as good as the first, but it has a little more worldbuilding and so it can be a more interesting read.

  9. Alexandra Jordanova Alexandra Jordanova says:

    I only started this because I enjoyed the first 4 episodes of the anime and I wanted to know what happened next because I couldn't wait till next week's episode.

    Boy, was it bad. The writing style is awful or should I say nonexistent. The author makes lots of repetitions, lots of unnecessary deviations just to provide useless information; at times when 3+ characters are having a conversation it's hard to discern the person who's talking at the moment. The pacing is terrible as well. As for the plot, nothing really important happens except the introduction of a new party member (who, to be honest, I don't really care about), but that is it; the rest is pretty much filler.

    I hope the novel will be adapted well in the anime. I doubt I'll continue reading the next volumes. Might give one more a try though.

  10. Michael Reyes Michael Reyes says:

    For the most part of the book, we hear less and less of the 3 other heroes (and Myne as well).

    It mostly chronicles Naofumi's slow leveling progress as well as his money-making schemes as they wait for the next Wave of Calamity to occur.

    He gains another ally in Filo, a monster he hatched from an egg he bought from the Slave Trader. Due to Filo's innate nature to pull carriages, Naofumi now has a quicker means to move around while earning more money. He also gains the reputation of being the Miracle-Working Saint with the Bird-God Carriage. To be honest, the story drags a bit at parts. (view spoiler)[Especially the part where Naofumi is looking for a way to get Filo decent. (hide spoiler)]

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