I’m a NEET but when I went to Hello Work I got taken to another world


The NEET Yamano Masaru (23 y/o) went to Hello Work and finds an interesting job offer. [A swords and sorcery fantasy, test play for Miniature Garden of Razgrad World. Extended period of time, preferred to be able to live on site. Monthly salary of 250,000 + percentage pay] Immediately goes to the interview and signs a contract.

However, the place of employment is another world. Because of the contract he’s taken there, to survive Masaru received a cheat, but he is told the shocking truth. “This world will be destroyed in 20 years.” Can a simple NEET prevent the destruction of the world?!

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5 Years, 3 Months ago

Sigh…this is yet another Japanese comedy harem where the author has his protagonist dump his modern Japanese ethics and belief in human rights in a flash -  Mainly to greedily accept the idea of Lolita slave girls - And yes he beds his cat-eared Loli slave girl that he himself describes as “barely safe” by the second volume, while he seriously debates with himself about getting into a relationship with two other girls who also confess they like him! What an entitled douchebag! Am I the only one who is getting sick of these supposedly “kind” Japanese male protagonists who seem to have all the awareness of a self centered 13 year old horndog?  Great for this ‘hero’ but kinda sucks for all those child slaves, eh? Not that this idiot gives them 2 seconds thought after he buys his loli. Meh~ The usual staple of boobs, baths, food and sex with a bland as hell, cardboard cut out, cheat like protagonist who basically buys his favors with gifts and gold. I actually prefer his two training buddies who tell him that they “want to fall in love with a girl the normal way” after a bit of teasing about going to the slavers… Personally, I would like a novel where slavery isn’t just taken for granted?  200 years of emancipation and freedom fighting in vain apparently? ; /

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