Clearing an Isekai with the Zero-Believers Goddess – The Weakest Mage among the Classmates
Clearing an Isekai with the Zero-Believers Goddess – The Weakest Mage among the Classmates

Clearing an Isekai with the Zero-Believers Goddess – The Weakest Mage among the Classmates

Shinja Zero no Megami-sama to Hajimeru Isekai Kouryaku

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Clearing an Isekai with the Zero-Believers Goddess – The Weakest Mage among the Classmates novel is a popular light novel covering Action, Adventure, and Comedy genres. Written by the Author Oosaki Isle. 334 chapters have been translated and translation of all chapters was completed.

Summary

“Your stats are lower than that of your average person.”

The weakest by a mile among the otherworldlers of class 1-A, Takatsuki Makoto.

The Heroes and Sages who had cheat skills in his class had went off, and the base set lifespan is 10 years?

The Great Demon Lord is going to revive soon?

I am a Mage Apprentice?

Isn’t the balance way too bad? This damn Isekai is a tr*sh game!

“Want to be my believer?”, the Goddess that told me this has zero believers!

Aah, this is bad…I don’t think I can clear this. The Goddess with zero believers is an incredible beauty, and she is telling me she is imprisoned somewhere and is waiting to be saved. My last and hardest mission is to save the Goddess.

Clearing this Isekai that only has adversities, the story of the weakest mage.

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Comments on the novel chapters for the last week.

: 1 comment on Chapter 340: Wm Takatsuki Makoto Heads To A Remote Village (1St Part)
: 1 comment on Chapter 339: Ending (N)
: 1 comment on Chapter 338: Peaceful World
: 1 comment on Chapter 334: Chat Of The Goddesses
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  • EtachZen 1

    What chapter should I read from after the volume 5 of LN?

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  • RicheBuenafe 1

    I wish makoto takatsuki can have children with his lovers

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  • Euphie 1

    I'm 140 chapters in ... It'd be great if he spent more time progressing plot and less time collecting waifus.

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  • AquasVeritem 2

    Just finished re-reading this from the beginning. It's as good as I remember, and the ending is still a bit off but not terrible also as I remember. Also, it's insane how much they foreshadowed the twist involving the calamity witch that I just didn't notice on my first read through.

    Edited: 1mo
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  • Resistance 4

    The amount of tags this has is insane.

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  • drone12 4

    Can anyone recommend something like this?

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  • BafBR 3

    It is a really great novel, it is a funny light hearted read, with some decent romance in between, however it annoys me to NO END the fact he ALWAYS got c*ckblo*ked, like, dude! I was already convinced he would remain a virgin till the end of times, last chapter-sama didnt let that happen tho

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  • Okboka 1

    Why I was searching "loner tag" And yet This popped up Please label your stories correctly

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  • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

    MC so dense I realized it's a harem ~chapter 250. Ps. The later part is shit

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    • boredfilipino 1

      Although I gave a 5 star review I can't help but agree with you.

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      • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

        The early part is golden but when I was reading it got more and more grand, which just made me lose interest.

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      • boredfilipino 1

        So many wrong decisions that obviously could have been avoided. When will authors really learn that nerfing a character to keep the story much more thrilling will just do much more harm than good, and quite nothing at all.

        Edited: 4mo
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      • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

        The thing I hate most about Japanese novels is how they make every farmer who wants a normal life into a world saving hero. In Korean and Chinese WN they either start small and end small, or the MC has a goal of world domination from start. It's simply infuriating when the author makes some random *ss dude fight a god or something

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      • boredfilipino 1

        Well for me that reads webnovels just for fun, it is indeed a bit infuriating. Action with a bit of slice of life and comedy is the go for me. Well I also recommend reading My House Of Horrors, the concept is unique but if you ignore the scares it's quite poor writing honestly with the romance progression ignored. But I still liked it cause I'm just thirsty for horror webnovels.

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      • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

        I've seen it happen multiple times across many genres but oftentimes novels, both not heavy and made by a spider, get boring and super forced in the later chapters. Some books I found that don't have this problem are: Kidnapped dragons So I became a spider, so what? Sacchi serenai rule breaker.

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      • AquasVeritem 2

        Honestly, while this did massively grow in scale and scope as the story progressed, with the way it started and type of story it is, it had to. I do agree some of the parts of it felt forced/off/hamfisted a bit, but I think the author did a pretty good job of power scaling as the story progressed, as well as keeping things entertaining enough that it doesn't get boring. This story is a 'hero's journey' after all, so starting light and getting heavier as it goes is what should happen. I do like a good slice of life start small end small story just as much as the next guy, but I also enjoy watching a character start small and work his way up to becoming a demigod when the mood takes me. As for the 'being forced towards the end', that's an issue that every story has to deal with, some handle it well, others fail and feel off. When the scale and scope get so big that you can't avoid feeling the railroad towards the end, there's not too much that can be done without drastic rewrites.

        Edited: 1mo
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      • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

        What I'm coming about, is that the ending feels too grand. While throughout the book reading feels like nursing, toward the end it becomes a brain surgery

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      • AquasVeritem 2

        I get what you mean. I mean, the foundation was laid down before all the big stuff happened, but it still did seem to go from half throttle to full bore pretty damned fast. I feel that it's more of a timing issue than anything; with the events around Noel and the Light Hero's wedding and Calamity Witch thing happening right when we start feeling things settling a bit, it hits weirdly sudden even if it was all foreshadowed in the previous 30 chapters or so.

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      • Traktor_reaktor13e 5

        I also think that it's because he was alone during the ending. Put a spoiler tag btw

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  • HaremDetector 3

    so no one is gonna talk about how Anna could turn back into her male form mid intercourse?

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    • Nyuhahaha 1

      Now I gotta remove what little brain i have left after reading this...

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    • Limitlesss_Venerable 2

      What would happen if she did that? Will it like fuse together or move the tool inside her to backdoor or will it literally explode? I need answer!!!

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      • BafBR 3

        That's... most likely for the best... but unfortunately we can't unsee what we have had already seen... but we can make sure we won't ever see so much b*llsh*t ever again! #EyeDiggingGang

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