A Harem in the Fantasy World Dungeon

Author: 蘇我捨恥 (Sogano Shachi)

Version: LN

Frequency: 1 per week (Monday through Sunday)

Alternate Titles:

  1. 異世界迷宮で奴隷ハーレムを
  2. A Harem in the Fantasy World Dungeon.
  3. Isekai Meikyuu de Dorei Harem wo

Synopsis: “A man was about to commit suicide and decided to search for a way to die on the internet, but then he found an odd site that asked a lot of questions and had a point based system that allows you to create skills for a character. He took interest in it, and when he was done setting his character, he was asked, “You will now be transported to a world with the settings you chose. Coming back is not possible. Do you still accept?” Without thinking much of it, he pressed YES and found himself in another world with the skills he chose to have.

R-18 Novel: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Ecchi, Fantasy, Harem, Mature, Romance, Seinen, Slice of Life

Volume 1

Prologue (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
Chapter 1 (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3*)

Volume 2

 

Volume 3

 

Volume 4

Volume 5

Volume 6

Volume 7

Volume 8

Volume 9

4 Comments

  1. Just wanna know, does the LN version is much better than the WN? although i love isekai novel, the WN is so bad even for me.Tq

    • DarkHeartedAlchemist

      LN versions are usually better than their WN counterparts if only because of the fact that they have undergone professional editting, but I’ve never read the WN of Slave Harem myself so I really can’t compare the two of them.

    • The WN for this had potential, but the Author had so many wasteful chapters and filler it killed the book. i gave up on it after the chapter about mayonnaise.
      Ill give the LN a chance because they are usually more compact.

  2. The WN is very realistic…. if I were transported to an alien world and strange culture I would be cautious, and experiment with my options… especially if a mistake meant permanent death.

    I had hoped that the LN would be even better – more filled out.

    I don’t know if it is the fault of the translator, or if the writing style changed that much form the WN to the LN….. but I don’t like the LN.

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