TNT: Magic Craft Meiser Chapters 1-26 by Aki Gitsune

Hey all I’m back for this week’s Translation Necessary Thursday with another Isekai series. It’s Magic Craft Meiser Chapters 1-26 by Aki Gitsune!

Plot Synopsis: There is only one Magi Craft Meister in the world. After the death of the last Meister over one thousand years ago, Nidou Jin was transported to another world in order to succeed her will. After obtaining the knowledge of the Magi Craft Meister, Jin attempts to use a warp gate but it malfunctions, transporting him to an unknown place….

Plot: The plot is mediocre at best, and honestly not that appealing. It’s a Slice of Series that screams for a more interesting main character along with a more interesting cast.

Characters: The entire cast is pretty lackluster, Jin is incredibly bland and none of the other characters are much better. Reiko might have been interesting, but frankly she gets pretty much no screen time in this arc.

Overall: A skippable series, you aren’t missing anything of note.

For those who like: Fantasy, Isekai, Magic, Crafter Protagonists.

Not for those who don’t like: Any of the above, or bland Plot and even blander Cast of Characters.

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2 thoughts on “TNT: Magic Craft Meiser Chapters 1-26 by Aki Gitsune

    • It’s not the greatest honestly. A better Slice of Life isekai would be Yururi Kikou or Bear. Jin is a really dense MC who’s more than a bit asinine. He fears progressing technology too fast than ignores that fact the very next chapter.

      There are much better isekai out there. Arifureta for example is quite good, with decent character growth. Particularly the MCs growth.

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