[MTBB] Mushoku Tensei – Jobless Reincarnation - 21 :: Nyaa ISS

[MTBB] Mushoku Tensei – Jobless Reincarnation - 21

2021-12-05 22:33 UTC
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[Mushoku Tensei](https://myanimelist.net/anime/45576/Mushoku_Tensei__Isekai_Ittara_Honki_Dasu_2nd_Season), episode 21 There is an alternate honorifics track in this release. Set your media player to play “enm” language tracks by default to automatically play honorifics tracks. Please leave feedback in the comments, good or bad. Please read this short [playback guide](https://gist.githubusercontent.com/motbob/754c24d5cd381334bb64b93581781a81/raw/dbda47515b9655db03a86c9ae281ba8290e08966/playback_guide) if you want to know how to make the video and subtitles of this release look better. **Anyone wanting to do their own release is free to use any part of this torrent without permission or credit.**

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  • [MTBB] Mushoku Tensei - 21 [4B3E28A7].mkv (1.1 GiB)
Was waiting for this one and it did not disappoint.
I wonder if the Ox had a name?
Arigathanks 👍🏻
Nice episode, even though the entire fight comes from a misunderstanding. But anyway, @MTBB, I find this phrasing a bit weird: "Even the lesser of the seven great powers would probably be forced to turn back". I am not a native speaker but to me, it sounds wrong. "Even" is a comparative adverb to emphasize something superior and/or extreme, but while you are kind of implying that they have a superior power than that of the protagonists, you right after disqualify it as "lesser". The phrase would make more sense and be more correct to me without the "even" at the start. Or by using something like "I am sure/I believe" instead of "even".
>lesser lesser here refers to the lower-ranked members of the group and not that they are less powerful than the trio Edit: you do know that by trio I mean rudeus, ruijerd and eris right?
No, it refers to both. The Seven Great Powers are a power list of broken characters (with the exception of the first, apparently). Ruijerd even expands that by saying that the higher ones could take a whole flock of red dragons, whereas the lesser ones are weaker and can just take one dragon at best.
I misunderstood your comment but didn't bother to edit, sorry. Still, I am not arguing what the phrase even implies. I am just saying that as a construct "even those who are weaker can only handle one of them" feels wrong. I wish I had a better grasp of English grammar to thoroughly explain why it is wrong, but alas it is what it is.


@Interruptor I almost agreed with you. The missing or implied context is why it works. They're not comparing the lesser ones to the greater ones, but comparing themselves to the lesser powers to make a point that their group couldn't handle a dragon most likely. It does sound wrong within just the part you quoted, as if lesser means the opposite of what it does, but within context I think it works.
@iru I actually think it does work but it just sounds weird to my ears, idk I would rephrase it differently just because of this. Still, it's mostly irrelevant anyway, but I wanted to leave my feedback.