Mushoku Tensei – Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu manga shortly tells about the adventures of a former loser. His family kicked him out of his home. Without a penny to his pocket, he realized that life was meaningless. Then he realized he had to get rid of the dark pages that filled it. Staying in regret, he saw the sleeping truck driver quickly approaching the three schoolchildren. Gathering all his courage in his fist, he saved them and died. He comes to himself in the body of an infant named Rudeus Greirat. He found himself in another mysterious world and decided to succeed in his new life so as not to repeat the past. Through his training in magic from a young age, Rudeus achieves great success in its use. And so began the adventure of a man who wants to start his life anew.
The Mushoku Tensei – Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu manga is about triumphs and defeats, trials. And overcoming difficulties of a man who decided to start his life with a clean slate. The protagonist constantly finds himself in situations where he needs to come up with some new cunning tactic to defeat a superior opponent. He emerges from any scrape unscathed. After several years of life as an adventurer, Rudeus receives an invitation to become a student at a magical university. He was going to enroll there before, and now there are even more problems of a sexual nature. But at the university he also has to solve both interstate affairs and his own family. And he solves them in his own way, perhaps not always correctly. That’s what makes him human.
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