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Fuguushoku "Kajishi" Dakedo Saikyou Desu - Kidzukeba Nandemo Tsukureru You ni Natteita Otoko no Nonbiri Slow Life   
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The people of this world are given occupations and weapons called Divine Treasures by God. It was said that the treasure was very strong and couldn’t be compared to the Human-made weapons. That’s why, occupations which were called “Blacksmith”, who can make and modify weapons are called the weakest.

The main protagonist Relius who has acquired such a weakest job. He gave up on becoming an adventurer and worked in an inn, but he realized that he could make “Anything”. He, who was making what he liked, became aware of the relationship with famous nobles and beautiful girls.

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Fuguushoku "Kajishi" dakedo Saikyou desu ~Kizukeba Nandemo Tsukureru you ni Natteita Otoko no Nonbiri Slow Life~
The Weakest Occupation "Blacksmith," but It's Actually the Strongest
不遇職『鍛冶師』だけど最強です ~気づけば何でも作れるようになっていた男ののんびりスローライフ~

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c.116 by Cuddlebuns 7 days ago
c.115 by Cuddlebuns 9 days ago
c.114 by Cuddlebuns 21 days ago
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7 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 6.2 / 10.0 (63 votes)
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Year
2020

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Magazine Pocket (Kodansha)

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Very Good So Far  
by LazyReviewer
September 15th, 2022, 9:39am
Rating: 8.0  / 10.0
The art is appealing, the character design is great, the characters are slightly above average in terms of writing, and the world building is decent but a touch lacking.

The sum of the parts does make for a better impression than the individual parts themselves.

The premise is the cliché main character's (MC) job is seen as weak but is secretly overpowered' trope, but things are done to mitigate the normal shortcomings.

First: The blacksmith is an occupation that is just as rare as the hero occupation, and hated by the country, so it makes sense that not a lot is known about it, so unlocking unknown abilities has a place in the story.

Second:
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The last blacksmith, decades ago, killed the hero, which terrified everyone, and pushed the church into claiming the job was blasphemous. The current pope in this story does, however, end up undoing that claim... even if a lot of the public is hesitant to switch sides that quickly, and it shows.

So on top of a decent reason for the country to shun the job, most of the world doesn't just magically hate or accept the MC, which is realistic.


Beyond that, while the main character does become strong, he isn't wiping the floor without trying whenever an enemy shows up that's stronger than the last one he defeated, and he puts in the time and effort over months (special training from a master) and years (general training from a master) to fight as well as he does.

Then it gets to the harem part and... like usual, it annoys me (I dislike harems, so stories have to work harder to sell me on them). With that said, it's not horrible and even the girls don't exactly know their feelings so, aside from the childhood friend who is the hero and is separated from the MC, it mostly makes sense for things to be as they currently are. Mostly.

With that said, this story can't keep the romantically dense/unaware protagonist for much longer, and even with the legitimate reasons for the MC and childhood friend/hero to be separated, this story has already seemingly forced the MC to act out of character to not do what he normally does in keeping letter contact with her.

I'm at chapter 107.

Definitely worth reading, and hopefully the author doesn't do something that destroys my suspension of disbelief. The MC does become, as the previous review mentioned, "just slightly too dumb" a little too often for me to trust this author completely.

... Last updated on September 15th, 2022, 9:59am
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Just slightly too dumb  
by naeddyr
July 5th, 2021, 6:55am
Rating: 6.0  / 10.0
The kernel of at least a slightly different litrpg (= at least it's about crafting), betrayed by mediocre plot stuff. It's not offensively bad, just kind of... eh. Read up to ch 18.
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