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Kami-sama no Iutoori Ni  
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Yasuto Akashi skipped school the day the games began, after having a fight with his best friend. While his classmates competed in the games at school, Akashi and other students who skipped school must compete in a separate set of games in order to survive. This series takes place at the same time as part one.

This is the 2nd part of Kami-sama no Iutoori, but no knowledge of reading the 1st part is required.


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Associated Names
As the Gods Will: The Second Series
Kami-sama no Iutoori 2
Kami-sama no Iutoori II
Kamisama no Iutoori II
Kamisama no Iutoori Ni
Like God Says 2

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Status in Country of Origin
16 Volumes (Ongoing)

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (169 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.79 / 10.0
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Last Updated
April 4th 2016, 5:27pm PST

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English Publisher
Kodansha Comics (10 Volumes - Ongoing; Digital)

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Weekly Pos #372 increased(+207)
Monthly Pos #665 increased(+38)
3 Month Pos #618 increased(+70)
6 Month Pos #697 decreased(-129)

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On 1283 reading lists
On 362 wish lists
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Intelligent twist behind it, i like it!   
Rating: N/A
by p_juan29
April 16th, 2016, 12:56pm
At first, I skipped the chapters because it looks boring but I realized how important that parts to see how the recent happenings started. I am so happy that you continued the story. I just watched the first part and now, enjoying the second one. I hope it will be made as movie soon with no cuts. I am looking forward to it actually. To the author and editor, you did a great job. I'm really a big fan of this manga. It is witty, a bit romantic yet a thriller story with a great plot. I'm from the Philippines and my friends starting to like it! T-ya! Hahaha...
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Better than Gantz   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Megorova
July 22nd, 2015, 6:42am
This manga is not as crude as Gantz, no ecchi, no rapes, no unnecessary nudity. Well, it is shounen, so there is certain level of censorship. Which doesn't affect its quality. In some parts it's even scarier than Gantz, so even though 'Kami-sama no Iutoori' isn't seinen, it's definitely a horror manga, GREAT horror manga.
Great action, well thought out plot, variety of different survival games. Main character Akashi is definitely more likeable, and better portrayed than Gantz MC Kei Kurono.
Manga is in its final stages, nearing ending, and it gets better and better with each chapter. While Gantz last arc was a total failure. Seems that Kaneshiro-sensei has devoted a lot of time to planning his work. The ending is promising to be epic.
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Great, but it's too early...   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by MissModern
August 4th, 2014, 11:55pm
I enjoy this manga, much like the first. However, it's too early to decide which one is better, and as of now, I'm still biased and prefer the first book (along with the protagonist and the other male lead, hehe). This still carries the same intensity, as the first, and has me on the edge of my seat. I'm not gonna judge early, where I normally do after everything is out, but so far it's very... entertaining in the right way.

The female character annoys me, though.

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Better than the first   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by NeoFish
May 7th, 2014, 6:40pm
I'm really surprised no one has commented on this before but I'll gladly be the first.

I do admit that the beginning was a complete bore, all the way up until the actual action starts, so it's pretty understandable that the forum posts from over a year ago are not too pleased. However, once the ball starts rolling and the main character is put in his own life or death situations, the authors do what they do best and create a suspenseful and engaging story, similar to the feeling of the first manga. And that's not to say that this manga should be compared to it's predecessor; it's perfectly capable an intriguing enough to stand on it's own.

Though I really disliked Akashi at first, his character has turned out to be so much better than I expected. Along with him, what really stuck out the most to me was Ushimitsu's character development. Canonically gay characters don't always fend very well in shounen mangas, so he may be ill received, but his transformation through out the manga is quite significant and subtle at the same time, and it was especially great when they revealed his backstory, he has really gained a lot of character.

As a longer story than the first, there are more characters in general, and I find them to be very well done, especially the female characters this time around. The authors keep you in a continual state of uncertainty of who will live or die, creating a perpetual suspense and unpredictably that really sets this manga apart from the rest.

The first series was a great story that set the setting but left questions unaswered. I believe this series is meant to expand upon that, reveal truths and secrets about what's really happening and will see the entire story, past shun's death and to the end of this "God" ordeal.
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