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I've got my eye on you...

With the help of his new supporter Lilliluka, novice adventurer Bell Cranell is making progress deeper into the Dungeon. With new equipment and new allies, he thinks things are finally starting to go his way...but he's dead wrong! Bell's in a panic, Lilliluka's being cryptic, and Hestia's drunk! The trouble never seems to end in this third volume of the hit comedy-fantasy series!

Biographie de l'auteur

Fujino Omori is the author of the hilarious fantasy light novel series, Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

Suzuhito Yasuda is the artist most known for his illustrations for the Durarara!! light novel series as well as the hit new light novel series, Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Facing Your Fears 29 août 2015
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Note: The publisher has unfortunately given the same exact titles to both the light novels and the numerically corresponding manga volumes, when they already had the same author and illustrator! Now, since the stories in both are basically identical (except that Volume 3 of the manga only covers from the second part of Chapter 1 through the first part of Chapter 3 of the second novel, leaving the rest to Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 4 (manga)), chances are that if you love one you will also love the other, with the novels giving you more details and the manga giving you more visuals. However, in order to purchase the version you actually want, you must be sitting on the correct product page.

For the novel click here: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 3 (novel).
For the manga click here: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 3 (manga).

Note: Another reason for purchasing both is that some manga volumes include text pieces apparently cut from the novels. For example Vol. 3 (manga) includes a Special Episode "An Elf's Story" apparently cut from Chapter 2 of Vol. 2 (novel). This story is particularly significant because it adds a heretofore unsuspected member to the would-be harem Bell is so clueless about, thus helping to explain her actions later in the series.

Note: An animated TV series has also been produced in Japan and made available at various digital outlets in this country though not yet officially released on home video. Having seen it, I can assert that it is excellent also and tracks the light novels and manga very well, though of necessity it cuts out the most story. TV episodes 7-8 are the adaptation of this novel.

Dungeons & Dragons the Fantasy Roleplaying Game has inspired countless novels and stories (and a hilarious comedy sketch about some gamers with goals somewhat similar to Bell's on Take Down The Grand Master by The Dead Alewives), not to mention an entire industry of roleplaying games, but very few good novels and stories incorporating anything of the game system itself. In fact I'd venture to say that this series is the first success at it and a true joy to read for gamers and non-gamers alike, besides.

The story continues from Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 2 (novel).

Just as predicted, Lilly had betrayed Bell in the final chapter of the previous novel, and just as no one had predicted, Bell turned around and saved her from what even she had considered her well deserved fate. Now a still guilt wracked Lilly has to face the judgment of Bell's goddess, Hestia. Hestia frankly HATES Lilly, both for what she did to her beloved Bell-kun and for what she now is: yet another rival for Bell's affections, but in the end has little choice but to accept Bell's choice if she would avoid causing a rift with him. Wisely, she chooses to make the best of it, ordering Lilly to guard the gullible Bell from scam artists like she used to be. Hestia's warnings to Lilly to back off pursuing Bell romantically, however, fall on considerably deafer ears.

Next, thanks in part to Eina Tulle's lecturing on manners, Bell for once doesn't bolt (well, not successfully, anyway) when he sees her talking with his multiple rescuer and crush, Aiz Wallenstein. So Aiz FINALLY gets to apologize for endangering him, and he gets to thank her for all the times she's saved him. Relieved to find that he doesn't fear her as some kind of monster, she offers to train him in fighting, something he's never had the opportunity to receive. Her motives aren't ENTIRELY pure, however. She wants to know how he's getting so strong so fast (it turns out Bell's not the only adventurer driving himself to excel); trouble is he doesn't actually know because Hestia hasn't told him yet. The upshot is a good solid week's worth of sparring, that is, Bell getting the living crap beaten out of him, but because of his secret skill and because he stubbornly keeps coming back for more every time he regains consciousness, he does learn, he does improve, and though Aiz fails to discover his secret, she does, as her oft worried friends in Lokia Familia note, appear to be having fun for the first time in forever.

Which is a good thing because the Goddess of Beauty, Freya, who is becoming more and more obsessed with Bell, decides it is time to "improve" Bell some more by getting him to face his (understandable) fear of Minotaurs by having him fight a Minotaur her best warrior has been secretly training. In the event Lily gets the chance to feel she has earned at least some of the redemption she has received and Bell gets the chance to face down his greatest fear right smack in front of his secret crush and the Lokia Familia members who laughed at him before. It's a storybook climax!

The adventure continues in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 4 (novel).
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Incorrectly listed - Kindle is Manga, Paperback is light novel 5 mai 2016
Par Skywise - Publié sur
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The listing here is wrong - If you search for the manga it'll show up on this page but if you then click on paperback it switches to the light novel.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 This should be Tagged as a light Novel in the ... 17 avril 2016
Par Natalia Henry - Publié sur
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This should be Tagged as a light Novel in the title, I bought this thinking it was a manga = (
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 One Star 18 avril 2016
Par Jovanathan - Publié sur
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Not what I wanted, theres no way to tell between the manga version and the novel version
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is where we can see how amazing this series can be 12 juin 2016
Par Jezreel Garcia - Publié sur
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This is it, this is the volume. This is where we can see how amazing this series can be. That last fight is literally 1/3 of the novel, and is just amazing. I can't help but cheer for Bell.
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