You know what I find kind of interesting?
in the beginning it's established that Lauis, Marcy, and Chilchak and company Were good enough to reach the dragon, and as the chapters go on, it kinda feels like "huh, these losers made it to the Dragon?"
And then they get to the Dragon again and you remember that THSE FUCKERS MADE IT TO THE DRAGON and actually know what they fuck they're doing when it counts.
I like that the personality is separated from the profession, yet they know what to do when it's time to do it. Lauis knows how to make plans, Marcy knows how to use fucking magic and even knows black magic, and Chilchak isn't a fucking pussy but knows how to do his job well. >>61372279
Eh. Isekai is an over-saturated genre. And in a medium where it is over-satuarted, I very gladly welcomed Goblin Slayer and Meshi with open arms originally because it was not Isekai. >>61372291
Griffons in DD are pretty respectable, and in that respect are utter cunts.>do damage to them or even just get close to them>fly away>never see it ever again>>61372325
On that I completely agree with you. I still like it a lot, but I wish it would flesh out its setting a bit more.
Meshi does that really well by giving details about the world it inhabits and the things that live in it without giving every single detail out at once and that's something that makes it unique.
It's kind of odd where I'm used to shit not being explained in manga these days, but this is doing a lot of the stuff that you would want it to do. That combined with the non-moe art-style almost makes it feel non-Japanese in a way if that makes sense.