Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest

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Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest
Arifureta, volume 1.jpg
The cover of the first light novel, featuring the character Yue.
ありふれた職業で世界最強
(Arifureta Shokugyō de Sekai Saikyō)
GenreFantasy, harem, isekai[1]
Novel series
Written byRyo Shirakome
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō (Self-published)
Original runNovember 7, 2013 – present
Volumes8 + 4 side stories
Light novel
Written byRyo Shirakome
Illustrated byTakayaki
Published byOverlap
English publisher
DemographicMale
ImprintOverlap Bunko
Original runJune 25, 2015 – present
Volumes9 (List of volumes)
Manga
Written byRoGa
Published byOverlap
English publisher
DemographicShōnen
MagazineComic Gardo
Original runDecember 22, 2016 – present
Volumes4 (List of volumes)
Manga
Arifureta: I Love Isekai
Written byMisaki Mori
Published byOverlap
English publisher
DemographicShōnen
MagazineComic Gardo
Original runJuly 11, 2017 – present
Volumes2 (List of volumes)
Light novel
Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest Zero
Written byRyo Shirakome
Illustrated byTakayaki
Published byOverlap
English publisher
DemographicMale
ImprintOverlap Bunko
Original runDecember 28, 2017 – present
Volumes2 (List of volumes)
Manga
Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest Zero
Written byAtaru Kamichi
Published byOverlap
English publisher
DemographicShōnen
MagazineComic Gardo
Original runFebruary 23, 2018 – present
Volumes2 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byKinji Yoshimoto
Studio
Original run July 2019 scheduled
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Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest (Japanese: ありふれた職業で世界最強, Hepburn: Arifureta Shokugyō de Sekai Saikyō) is a Japanese light novel series written by Ryo Shirakome and illustrated by Takayaki. Originally a web novel, the series has been published in print since 2015. The series follows Hajime Nagumo, who is transported to another world with the rest of his class but receives only the most average of magical abilities, forcing him to fight to improve himself. The novels are licensed in English by J-Novel Club, with Seven Seas Entertainment publishing them in print. A prequel light novel was published in 2017. The series has received a manga adaptation, serialized on Ovelap's Comic Gardo website since 2016, as well as a yonkoma comedy spinoff and a manga adaptation of the prequel novel, all three licensed by Seven Seas. An anime television series adaptation by White Fox and Asread will begin airing in July 2019.

Plot[edit]

High-schooler Hajime Nagumo is bullied by the rest of his class for his relationship with the class idol, Kaori. When he and the rest of his class are transported to a fantasy world, all of his classmates get powerful magical abilities, while Hajime only gains the ability to transmute solid materials, a common ability usually found in craftsmen and smiths. During a dungeon raid, he is betrayed and left for dead, but survives. He must work to create weapons and tools to escape the dungeon and become stronger. On his journey, he meets and forms a relationship with the imprisoned vampire Yue, and later is joined by the bunny-eared Shea, the Dragonoid Tio, and others.

Characters[edit]

Hajime Nagumo (南雲 ハジメ, Nagumo Hajime)
Voiced by: Toshinari Fukamachi[2]
A high-school student who is transported to another world, where he only gains a very low-level transmutation skill. Betrayed by his classmates, he sets out to find a way back to his world. Due to his otaku hobbies in manga, anime and video games, he possess immense knowledge of guns and a flair for crafting weapons, and has created numerous firearms and artillery powered by magic to combat various enemies. Notable mentions include Donner & Schlag, a pair of revolver pistols; Schlagen, an anti-materiel sniper rifle; Orkan, a multiple rocket launcher, and many more.
Yue (ユエ) / Aleytia
Voiced by: Yūki Kuwahara[2]
A vampire princess who Hajime frees from the dungeon. She was imprisoned by her uncle for 600 years to protect her from the self-proclaimed god Ehitorujue.
Shea Haulia (シア・ハウリア, Shia Hauria)
Voiced by: Minami Takahashi[2]
A rabbit-girl who Hajime encounters right after he and Yue exits the Labyrinth of Oscar Orcus. She has the ability to see into the future. Uses a custom made sledgehammer as her weapon of choice.
Kaori Shirasaki (白崎 香織, Shirasaki Kaori)
Voiced by: Saori Ōnishi[3]
One of Hajime's classmates and the class idol. She was the only one to actively speak and show affection to Hajime, going so far as to research manga and anime to hold conversations with him. She has the job class of healer. Later killed in the First Apostle Attack on Kamiyama, her soul was placed in the body of an Apostle and she gained Apostle abilities besides her own. In this form, she uses a pair of swords to attack and defend herself. She also possess a Hannya and is shown to have a yandere side.

Media[edit]

Light novels[edit]

Ryo Shirakome originally published the series as a web novel on the user-submitted content site Shōsetsuka ni Narō. The main story ran for 8 books between November 7, 2013 and October 31, 2015, and has been followed by 3 after-stories and an extra story since.[4] The series was picked up for publication by Overlap, and the publisher released the first light novel, with illustrations by Takayaki, under their Overlap Bunko imprint in June 2015.[2] When the anime adaptation was announced to have been delayed until 2019, the eighth volume of the light novel was also delayed by a month, from March to April 2018.[5]

A prequel light novel series titled Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest Zero (ありふれた職業で世界最強 零, Arifureta Shokugyō de Sekai Saikyō Zero), or Arifureta Zero, began publication in December 2017.[6][2][7]

Digital publisher J-Novel Club licensed the series for an English release, and published the first chapter on February 21, 2017.[8][9] During their panel at Anime Expo 2017, Seven Seas Entertainment announced that they would publish a print version of the novels[9] as part of their collaboration with J-Novel Club.[10] J-Novel Club has also licensed Arifureta Zero, and the series was the publisher's first simultaneous publication.[7]

Volumes[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 June 25, 2015[11]ISBN 978-4-86554-055-0May 6, 2017 (digital)[12]
February 6, 2018 (print)[13]
ISBN 978-1-626927-68-1
  • "Prologue"
  1. "Summoned to Another World With a Commonplace Class"
  2. "The Monster of the Abyss"
  3. "The Golden Vampire Princess"
  4. "Guardian of the Depths"
  5. "Setting Off"
  • "A Very Prologue-ish Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "An Unwinnable Battle"
2 November 25, 2015[14]ISBN 978-4-86554-073-4July 21, 2017 (digital)[15]
May 1, 2018 (print)[16]
ISBN 978-1-626927-80-3
  1. "Boy Meets... Worthless Rabbit?"
  2. "Rabbit Reformation"
  3. "The Reisen Labyrinth"
  4. "Miledi Reisen"
  • "Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "Yeah, I'm a Monster. Got a Problem With That?"
3 February 25, 2016[17]ISBN 978-4-86554-093-2October 7, 2017 (digital)[18]
August 7, 2018 (print)[19]
ISBN 978-1-626928-45-9
  • "Prologue"
  1. "An Adventurer's Job"
  2. "A New Meeting"
  3. "The Sack of Ur"
  • "Epilogue I"
  • "Epilogue II"
  • Extra Chapter: "A Very Dramatic Before and After"
4 July 27, 2016[20]ISBN 978-4-86554-143-4December 23, 2017 (digital)[21]
December 18, 2018 (print)[22]
ISBN 978-1-626929-49-4
  1. "Hajime Becomes an XXX"
  2. "A Looming Shadow"
  3. "A Generic NPC's Valiant Struggle"
  4. "Questioned Worth"
  5. "The Weakest and the Strongest"
  • Epilogue: "The Creeping Silver Malice and Madness"
  • Extra Chapter: "Kaori Shirasaki, Age 17. Specialty: Shock and Awe"
5 December 25, 2016[23]ISBN 978-4-86554-178-6March 10, 2018 (digital)[24]
April 2, 2019 (print)[25]
ISBN 978-1-642750-17-1
  • "Prologue"
  1. "The Grand Gruen Volcano"
  2. "The Sunken Ruins of Melusine"
  3. "A New Vow"
  • "Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "Sunny With a Chance of Thunderstorms"
6 May 25, 2017[26]ISBN 978-4-86554-219-6May 26, 2018 (digital)[27]
July 9, 2019 (print)[28]
ISBN 978-1-642751-11-6
  • "Prologue"
  1. "A Disturbing Darkness"
  2. "Invasion of the Capital"
  3. "God's Apostle"
  4. "Betrayal"
  5. "The Events of a Single Day"
  • "Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "The Secret Society, "Soul Sisters.""
7 December 25, 2017[29][30]ISBN 978-4-86554-265-3
ISBN 978-4-86554-266-0 (LE)
August 11, 2018 (digital)[31]
  • "Prologue"
  1. "Haulias Assemble!"
  2. "Roar of Revolution"
  3. "The Princess' Ordeal"
  4. "The Empire VS the Strongest Rabbits"
  • "Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "Lingering Feelings"
8 April 25, 2018[32][33]ISBN 978-4-86554-308-7
ISBN 978-4-86554-309-4 (LE)
October 28, 2018 (digital)[34]
  1. "The Hero Returns"
  2. "Haltina's Labyrinth"
  3. "Grab Hold of Hope"
  4. "A Changing Heart"
  • "Epilogue"
  • Extra Chapter: "Verbergen's Monthly Magazine"
9 December 25, 2018[35]ISBN 978-4-86554-428-2

Arifureta Zero[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 December 28, 2017[6]ISBN 978-4-86554-267-7April 11, 2018[36]
  • "Prologue"
  1. "The Meeting That Started it All"
  2. "Reisen and Orcus"
  3. "The Macho Fairy of the Desert"
  4. "The Liberators and God's Apostles"
  • "Epilogue"
2 July 25, 2018[37]ISBN 978-4-86554-373-5February 2, 2019[38]

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation by RoGa has been published on Ovelap's Comic Gardo website since its inception on December 22, 2016,[2][39] and the first volume was published three days later on December 25 to coincide with the release of the fifth light novel.[39] The series has been licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment.[40]

A yonkoma comedy spinoff by Misaki Mori, titled Arifureta: I Love Isekai (ありふれた日常で世界最強, Arifureta Nichijō de Sekai Saikyō), began serialization on Overlap's Comic Gardo website on July 11, 2017.[41] Seven Seas announced their license to the series on January 10, 2019.[42]

An adaptation of the prequel light novel Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Zero by Ataru Kamichi began serialization on February 23, 2018 on the Comic Gardo website.[2][43][44][45] Seven Seas announced their license to the series on January 10, 2019.[42]

Arifureta[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 December 25, 2016[46]ISBN 978-4-86554-183-0March 13, 2018[47]ISBN 978-1-626927-69-8
  1. Hajimari (始まり)
  2. Isekai Shōkan (異世界召喚)
  3. Tenshoku (天職)
  4. Orukusu dai Meikyū (オルクス大迷宮)
  5. Naraku no Soko (奈落の底)
  1. Zetsubō (絶望)
  2. Aratanaru-ryoku (新たなる力)
  3. Deai (出会い)
  • Extra: Sono Deai wa, Unmei datta (その出会いは、運命だった)
2 September 25, 2017[48]ISBN 978-4-86554-261-5July 3, 2018[49]ISBN 978-1-62692821-3
  1. Yue (ユエ)
  2. Sōten (蒼天)
  3. Yue no Shokuji (ユエの食事)
  4. Ohanabatake (お花畑)
  5. Hyaku-sō-me (百層目)
  1. Sōshitsu (喪失)
  2. Ketchaku (決着)
14.5. Osukā Orukusu (オスカー・オルクス)
  • Extra: Sassoku deta na!? (さっそく出たな!?)
3 April 25, 2018[50]ISBN 978-4-86554-343-8November 27, 2018[51]ISBN 978-1-626929-40-1
  1. Shia Hauria (シア・ハウリア)
  2. Hauria-zoku (ハウリア族)
  3. Ahito-koku Feaberugen (亜人国フェアベルゲン)
  4. Tōkakan (十日間)
  1. Tabidachi (旅立ち)
  2. Raisen dai Meikyū (ライセン大迷宮)
  • Extra: (勘違いしないで!?まだ友達なんかじゃないんだからね!?)
4 December 25, 2018[52]ISBN 978-4-86554-435-0June 25, 2019[53]ISBN 978-1-642750-07-2
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format

The following chapters have not yet been collected in tankōbon format:

  1. Doki waku Dai Meikyū!? (ドキワク大迷宮!?)
  2. Miredi Raisen (ミレディ・ライセン)
  3. Kessen (決戦)
  4. Shōnenba (正念場)
  5. Meikyū no Arika (迷宮の在処)
  6. Yado Nite (宿にて)
  7. Shūgeki (襲撃)
  8. Irai (依頼)

Arifureta: I Love Isekai[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 April 25, 2018[54]ISBN 978-4-86554-342-1
  1. Tabi no Hajimari (旅の始まり)
  2. Tojin-zoku to no Sōgū (兎人族との遭遇)
  3. Burukku no Machi (ブルックの町)
  4. Raisen Dai Meikyū ① (ライセン大迷宮①)
  5. Raisen Dai Meikyū ② (ライセン大迷宮②)
  6. Fyūren e (フューレンへ)
  1. Kokuryū (黒竜)
  2. Ryūjin zoku no Onēsan ① (竜人族のお姉さん ①)
  3. Ryūjin zoku no Onēsan ② (竜人族のお姉さん ②)
  4. Shia no Tān (シアのターン)
  5. Kaijin zoku no Ojōsan (海人族のお嬢さん)
  6. Musume-san e no Tonchinkan'na Kidzukai (娘さんへの頓珍漢な気遣い)
2 December 25, 2018[55]ISBN 978-4-86554-434-3
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format

The following chapters have not yet been collected in tankōbon format:

  1. Saikai (再会)
  2. Makenai Mon (負けないもん)
  3. Sabaku no Machi (砂漠の街)
  4. Kazan no Meikyū (火山の迷宮)
  5. Sōnan (遭難)
  6. Myū no Okāsan (ミュウのお母さん)
  7. Merujīne Kaitei Iseki (メルジーネ海底遺跡)
  8. Shibashi no Wakare (しばしの別れ)
  9. Yorimichi (寄り道)
  10. Nointo (ノイント)
  11. Atarashī Karada (新しい体)
  12. Jigo Shori (事後処理)
  13. Feruniru (フェルニル)
  14. Tojin-zoku, Fautatabi (兎人族、ふたたび)
  15. Teikoku Sen'nyū (帝国潜入)
  16. Kōtei Gaharudo (皇帝ガハルド)
  17. Pātī (パーティー)
  18. Ussausa (ウッサウサ)
  19. Kaihō (解放)
  20. Henshin (変身)

Arifureta Zero[edit]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 July 25, 2018[56]ISBN 978-4-86554-381-0
  1. Hajimari no Deai (始まりの出会い)
  2. Kan'yū (勧誘)
  3. Miredi Raisen (ミレディ・ライセン)
  4. Jiyūna Ishi (自由な意志)
2 December 25, 2018[57]ISBN 978-4-86554-433-6
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format

The following chapters have not yet been collected in tankōbon format:

  1. Akogare no Hito (憧れの人)
  2. Tada no Rensei-shi (ただの錬成師)
  3. Kami no Heishi (神の兵士)
  4. Raisen to Orukusu (ライセンとオルクス)
  5. Sabaku no Yōsei (砂漠の妖精)
  6. Yakkaina Raihō-sha (厄介な来訪者)

Audio drama[edit]

A series of two drama CDs were released with the seventh and eighth volumes of the light novel on December 25, 2017, and April 25, 2018.[2][5] The drama CDs share the same voice cast as the anime.[2]

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation is in production. The series was initially intended to premiere in April 2018 on Tokyo MX, AT-X, and other channels,[2][58] but in January 2018, its release was pushed back due to "various circumstances".[5] The series is scheduled to premiere in July 2019.[59] Originally, the series would have been directed by Jun Kamiya and written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, with animation by studio White Fox and character designs by Atsuo Tobe, who also would have served as chief animation director.[2] However, following the postponement, it was announced on April 29, 2018 that Kinji Yoshimoto would be taking over as director and studio Asread would be joining White Fox as animators. Additionally, Chika Kojima took over from Atsuo Tobe as character designer to adapt Takayaki's original designs, and Kazuyuki Fudeyasu left his position as scriptwriter.[45]

Reception[edit]

The series was the 27th best-selling light novel series in the first half of 2017, with 84,372 copies sold.[60]

Rebecca Silverman of Anime News Network enjoyed the series, praising it for its central premise and how it was "good twist on the genre conventions" by making its hero have to work for his overpowered hero status instead of immediately gaining it like many light novel protagonists.[61][62] She criticized the series for its depiction of the romantic relationship between Hajime and Yue, which she called "unhealthy", and also felt that the translation wasn't as good as some of J-Novel Club's other releases.[61]

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