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How did you find reading Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica?

It was good! Please do more!
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It was interesting.
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Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby Darklor » Tue Oct 16, 2012 4:04 am

This is the feed back thread for Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/index ... Aesthetica

Please tell us what you think of it.

Author: Tetsuto Uesu
Illustrator: Tamago no Kimi

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Akatsuki Ousawa was summoned to another world, where there is a Maou(demon lord). However, unlike most games or stories, he was not needed. There is already another hero in the world. In fact, they became friends. Things changed when Maou came to attack the city one day, and the hero sacrificed himself to protect Akatsuki. People condemned him for the loss of their hero. The world was brought into an age of darkness. Akatsuki left the city without a word...

Some time passed, and as the passed away hero's fiancee worked hard to rebuild the city that her late father, the king who too pass away then, Akatsuki came back, with enough strength to protect the people. The time he went missing was not in vain, he went into the deity realm to master a power so that he is capable of fighting back. He then led the people against the Maou and is worthy of being called a hero as well. Despite all his accomplishments, there are still those that resent him for the death of the ex-hero, and thus calls him a "Punk Hero", which he gladly accepts.

On the final night before the final battle, he sneaked into the Maou's castle alone. The battle raged, and a victor was born. With his dying words, the Maou entrusts his beloved daughter to him, asking him to bring her back to his world, where she would be safe, while at the same time end the meaningless war between the two races. Akatsuki thus leaves, with the daughter, leaving everyone behind, even the princess, who has also fallen in love with Akatsuki.

And so, Akatsuki returns back to his own world, bringing the Maou's daughter along. BABEL captures the dimensional rift caused during the dimensional travelling, and approaches the two. Perhaps a twist of fate? The Maou's daughter's name is very similar to his sister's and so Akatsuki gave the name "Muu"(is it?) to her.

A mission was given to Muu by the Maou, that she is to evaluate Akatsuki, and should he be unsuitable as a watcher or guardian, she should not hesitate into killing him. But interacting with Akatsuki made her have mixed thoughts, while at the same time she slowly understands that Akatsuki has intentions of taking on the entire world, as the name she bears is more painful than one could imagine.

Akatsuki's sister is dead, a long time ago, never to return. Thanks to Akatsuki's father and brother, who are in opposite ends of the world, one leading COCOON, the other the rebellion group. Just what can they achieve from a war that led to their own family's death? Akatsuki intends to challenge and beat the two greatest forces in the world to put an end to it once and for all...


Publisher: HJ Bunko
Please don't mind my bad english since I'm german.

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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:23 pm

On episode 10 of the anime, and am loving it. I would like translators to give this Light Novel a try. I feel like this series will eventually get more attention from the fans and hopefully translators because an anime adaptation came out last season, along with ones for Dakara Boku wa H ga Dekinai, Campione, and Accel World. I like how manly the protagonist is, and I want an elaboration of his relationship with Risty in Alezard. I have a thing for blondes.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby Genesis » Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:43 pm

The summer anime adaptations were somewhat disappointing to me (Campione, Hagure, Dakara), because they just skipped out on so much. Hagure and Dakara more than Campione (primarily because of the settings and original plot that Campione had). The backgrounds in campione were actually that of Europe.
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The scene when Godou was fighting Perseus; I went there during this summer in Italy, but I can't remember the name of the place.
The anime adaptations were real plug pullers on the other hand for for Hagure and Dakara. I can definitely go and read Campione for hours, but not Hagure and Dakara. I don't mind giving a chance to both of them again, but there are a lot of other LN's that seem very appealing. For Dakara, I've read the manga and have found it much more enthralling, however there are a lot of things that grab me more at the moment. The anime adaptation might have given me a completely wrong impression, for Hagure.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:51 am

Genesis wrote:The summer anime adaptations were somewhat disappointing to me (Campione, Hagure, Dakara), because they just skipped out on so much. Hagure and Dakara more than Campione (primarily because of the settings and original plot that Campione had). The backgrounds in campione were actually that of Europe.

The anime adaptations were real plug pullers on the other hand for for Hagure and Dakara. I can definitely go and read Campione for hours, but not Hagure and Dakara. I don't mind giving a chance to both of them again, but there are a lot of other LN's that seem very appealing. For Dakara, I've read the manga and have found it much more enthralling, however there are a lot of things that grab me more at the moment. The anime adaptation might have given me a completely wrong impression, for Hagure.


You can't really judge the quality of the Light Novels based on its anime adaptation. It's a pretty well - known fact that most (not all) anime adaptations of Visual Novels and Light Novels are vastly inferior (in terms of story) to its canon counterpart. So even though Hagure and Dakara might turn you off a little because the anime was a little bad, you can, at the very least, expect the Light Novel version to be a whole lot better. And based on the setting of Hagure (Fantasy, harem, romance from what I can tell), even if I thought the anime was bad I'd still check out the LN version.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby Genesis » Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:39 pm

harrysoung wrote:You can't really judge the quality of the Light Novels based on its anime adaptation. It's a pretty well - known fact that most (not all) anime adaptations of Visual Novels and Light Novels are vastly inferior (in terms of story) to its canon counterpart. So even though Hagure and Dakara might turn you off a little because the anime was a little bad, you can, at the very least, expect the Light Novel version to be a whole lot better. And based on the setting of Hagure (Fantasy, harem, romance from what I can tell), even if I thought the anime was bad I'd still check out the LN version.

Ah, sorry if you misunderstood me through what I posted. What you say is true, about the anime adaptations not giving a complete representation of the LN. I said I will check them out, but there are just so many other grabbing LNs that I probably wouldn't be glued to it. Overall for me Hagure was meh (plus I had no manga to read from to get a different fell, unlike Dakara). Maybe it's just me getting out of ecchi haha. Once again, I'm sorry if you misunderstood me.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:04 am

Genesis wrote:Ah, sorry if you misunderstood me through what I posted. What you say is true, about the anime adaptations not giving a complete representation of the LN. I said I will check them out, but there are just so many other grabbing LNs that I probably wouldn't be glued to it. Overall for me Hagure was meh (plus I had no manga to read from to get a different fell, unlike Dakara). Maybe it's just me getting out of ecchi haha. Once again, I'm sorry if you misunderstood me.


Ohhhhhh you meant that Hagure and Dakara weren't bad but there were just so many better ones out there. Its fine, if I misunderstood you then thats my fault. :D
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Fri Oct 26, 2012 5:51 pm

Finished watching the anime (a while ago actually) and am looking forward to seeing what Akatsuki does at Alezzard. And his reunion with the Queen Risty!
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby Bilagaana » Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:06 am

Found the anime interesting, would love to read the LN.

From what I've read somewhere else in these forums, there is quite a bit of fan-service by the MC.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:02 am

Bilagaana wrote:Found the anime interesting, would love to read the LN.

From what I've read somewhere else in these forums, there is quite a bit of fan-service by the MC.


You mean he strips the other girls right? Sounds like HE's the one who strips from the way youre wording it
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby afterlifesinner » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:09 am

Saw the anime. Although it is old wine in new bottle, I see potential and it would be wonderful if you guys could translate it. Thanx.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby PsychoKitteh » Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:38 pm

The anime was horrible, but I found the prologue to be quite interesting :) I
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby BlackBear » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:39 pm

I liked the anime, but there were too much fanservice... even for a harem loveer like me :lol:
I think that there are more interesting light novel than this :(
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby dragon_cloud » Sun Nov 25, 2012 7:25 am

The anime was decent considering that I haven't read the light novel yet. I would enjoy reading more of this though, especially since us readers can learn more about the characters that way. Like the fact that Akatsuki acts the way he does to separate the distinction of himself from his friend Leon by being a Rogue Hero.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby harrysoung » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:44 pm

I'm still looking forward to this coming out on B-T. Just posted to let people know that I will always be eagerly waiting for updates.
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Re: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica

Postby All Nighter94 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:22 am

The anime was quite interesting. So I'm hoping if this gets translated i'll be epic. +1
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