Soul Eater of the Rebellion 11



25 thoughts on “Soul Eater of the Rebellion 11

  1. Thanks for such a wonderfull worl translating this chapter, I think this is for me from this series, I don’t enjoy series like this one.


    1. There can be a change, drastic even after this, if you see the tags it’s “Isekai, Herem, Adventurer, Fantasy”

      Tho the first one is already very wrong… Where the heck is the other world er, translator San? A normal fantasy shouldn’t be jacked in to Isekai just because of the flood of Isekai these days… Haha

      But harem and Adventurer, I’d wait for that, if it at least go on par with Arifureta, I’d be happy.


      1. No Nocturnal. Sp12er is right isekai is a genre where protagonist is summoned or reincarnated into another world or sometimes something gots summoned to “ours” modern world. When there is no summoning or reincarnation it is fantasy or SF. Now with isekai popularity some authors or publishers want to sell their work as isekai just to get a share of the market.


  2. damn, i really like the author.
    it’s not isekai reincarnation, not classic japanese boy (this one, we dont know yet), and nice pov.
    thx for translating this novel.


  3. So he becomes a sadist?

    It would be funny if the humal girl that the fly lord brought back was the Red head magician bitch that harrased, betrayed, used as sacrificial pawn and kicked out of the party. Then he could do anything to her and have his revange with immobile her. If it would be true the karma again would be bitch.
    Of it isn’t anyone from his former party then maybe it is advent of heroine?

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  4. Never thought I’d ever feel bad for a monster fly. Excited for this series.
    Hope we get more insight into why he was stuck at lvl1 aside from pure lack of potential / capped at 1

    Ty for all the tls.

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    1. I think the MC problem wasn’t that he had a cap in talent but he needed a really big EXP amount to level up, he said that the theory was that either his level limit was 1 or he hasn’t taken enough EXP to level up, and everyone assume he was at his level cap because he trained like everyone else and was guetting the same exp and even so wasn’t going up, if you ask me the mistake of the author was having him jump to Level 4 so fast after just reachin level 2.


      1. No, it’s fine to do that as well,
        It might be safe to assume that the potential for that legendary sword to come to someone have been passed on for people to people, but none of them managed to survive long enough to manifest it.
        Probably everyone with it died staying a level 1.

        This experiment phase by the MC is a good move, true, he managed to take a guess that soul devouring gave him hundreds, or maybe even thousand of exp, it’s not far fetched then thousands of maggots raised his level by 4.

        Let’s just think that he now gained normal human’s rate of level up, BUT each level up gave him way higher stats boost.

        Remember that Lars guy, a 4 rank higher Adventurer than him, had to ran away from the Fly Lord, and he was In a party to boot.

        Our MC already got a jump over Lars, both because of the stats, so his body, which has the necessary technique and skills before, but no power behind, finally had a huge boost.
        Second his magical sword is better equipment than anything else anyone can have.

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      2. It would work if by the time he was level 1 it was shown that he was extremely strong for someone with such a low level, wich I don’t remember, no tge author was to busy making him look bad or pitfall for that. Now he just jumped from one of the weakest persons show to one that can take down such a strong monster is to mutch of a disparity jump. All this time he worked hard on his basic but the story pretty mutch told us is was wasted effort now it counts for anything? ??

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      3. Hmm, I think he was still able to somehow keep up to the samely, newbie party members he had, that’s still a feat right? They really only left him to die after they knew he always only have 1 level. Back when they just met, and up to he got kicked, which means it’s 6 months of leeching for them. Thats how low people think others with very low growth limit is, I guess..
        Even though if say 1 level of his: 5 levels of other people, he’d still just a lvl 5 human. But at lvl 4? He’s level 20.

        I’m making this conjecture really to add in to that theory that humans has a growth limit, there’s nobody that go beyond lvl 99. So what OP power cna he has? By having each level up more substantial upgrades for him than anyone else. That’d balance the truly exorbitant cost per level seems to leave him with.

        Or I might be wrong and he still only have normal human level up but his is unique that he can’t level up without using the sword. But I won’t disregard the MC’s theorycrafting just to push that.


      4. Thats what doesn’t let me connect things, he has been stuck in Level 1 what 18 years??? At that time he has killed a lot of monsters, bandits, trained and sparred with a good number of people, even the monster that he lost to wich had him expelled from the island was admitedly strong enough that a normal adult would have difficulty dealing with it, that no child should be trying to beat it alone. So we can assume he wasn’t just dealing with weak beigns, but 18 years of all that effort all that number of beigns killed didn’t gained him enough EXP to Level Up, now the larvaes gave him enough to jump two level??? Shouldn’t he need even more EXP from Level 2 till Level 3 that he needed to leave Level 1? How can the larvae give him so mutch??? I know that with the sword he is gaining more EXP form individual that before but it is truly that big of a diference???


      5. MC DIDN’T WORK HARD, God damn it. For the last three years he didn’t take any subjugation quest only gathering. He was an afraid p***y. And I think that he was stronger than most on level 1 because of his sword mastery and because his party nembers leveled up he didn’t but they didn’t see him as weaker untill he confessed


      6. Yes because all those years in the island he only scratched his ball and trained when he was bored, no working hard at all there………. his party memebers??? The ones that when he went to with his problems just berated him for lying??? In fact they acussed him of parasiting of them when he was there working the same amount with them. No for them was easier to follow apearences and berate the one ‘crippled’ that judge him for the work he had put so far, nothing wrong with no working with him anymore but there was no need for them to put such a bad nickname on him and create such an horrendous reputation for him. Now in case you missed it he didn’t have the aptitude to take riskier quest as a solo adventure even if he did survive it the damage to his equipment would be big enough for him not to profit anytghing from it, nor did he has the cash to buy the proper equipment to do such a quests either, the only thing that he could do solo where those herbs gathering quest that gave him enough money to pay with all the discounts he got as an adventure. Granted he was procastinating all those years, if he really wanted to help he could have quitted adventuring and go join the army, instead he wallowed on his pity.

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      7. On the island those who had not passed the test were not allowed to fight monsters, so no ExP pre exile. He also spent the last 3 years doing only harvesting since he could not afford to repair and replace weapons net result he only actively gained experience for 2 out of 18 years.

        the soul equipment sword also seems to be an experience multiplier, or maybe it harvests the energy experience comes form more efficiently, and he is killing hundreds to thousands of these maggots that are probably worth more exp then their individual threat allows, and likely provide more then the moonsters he fought as a rank 9 adventurer did.


  5. For some reason I kinda feel sorry for the flylord,just trying to survive and do her best to take care of her Children.her ownly mistake was not following her mother’s example.her and her children would never have bin put in danger if she didn’t hunt humans.


  6. How he respond to the carried girl will reflect on the future of this series from now on, that female being carried by the wasp is a test.
    Like a test given by God (the author) for the MC

    1)if it’s Mori witch: how he’d face contempt, confusion and fear shown to him for the first time

    2)if it’s the elf: depends on how the elf acts.

    A. If she actually really shows her “true color”, and he wasn’t misunderstanding, it’d be the same as no 1, but

    B. if she actually doesn’t, it’d be the second test for him:
    *save her or not
    *Make use of her or not.
    *trust her or not.

    2B would make him have the same exact path as Hajime of Arifureta. Gaining strength while re-learning compassion.

    3)random girl with no prior connection: blank state, same test as 2B, just different heroine.

    I’m basing this from the tags the Translator gave us.. “Harem” and also chapter 9.

    He does have way worse start than Hajime though, in Arifureta, at least he got one person he know he gained trust from, that pushes him forward for his first step.

    While here, the only person that he know without a doubt trust him, already died.
    And we can safely guess that the cause of her death is also him as well. Kek.

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    1. Who was the person that trusted him and died?

      Hajime got a lot worse off start. And a lot better character and power building. Hajime didn’t suddenly and easily become OP. He had to work hard not like this excuse of a character and MC


      1. Hm? It’s Kaori, when he was the weakest of the group, she went against the flow and promised to protect him from harm, by then she’s already completely smitten by him.
        Also, his parents, Hajime’s parents is very close to him. Both are the reasons that make him wants to go back to his world.
        True that he was falling hard after getting back stabbed, bu Hajime’s struggle is just that, lost his right arm and eyes, chased to almost death, he In effort to run away maniacally dig up a cave for hours, until he lay exhausted under the God’s tears. His circumstances went up from there.

        While this guy is basically orcastriced for years, people he thought can trust, actually ended up never put any feelings to him, the world of “power is everything” is too harsh for him. Also, the person that believed him? Just his mother. And she died after the worsening illness after his birth.
        His potential might’ve been what robbed her life.
        That 5 years struggle is enough to make him quite OP soon after his awakening IMO, he paid enough price.

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  7. “Those kids have it so easy, when i was their age all i had to eat were rotten carcasses of animals, not the nice live humans they get, so spoiled”

    “mom, mom, we are hungry!”

    “Awwwwwww, i can’t say no to those squirming faces, wait here kids momma is going to bring the bacon home, some human sows will do”


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