Became a Childhood Friend of an Academy Genius
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아카데미 천재의 소꿉친구가 되었다
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Synopsis Became a Childhood Friend of an Academy Genius

In the world of the web novel “Delos Academy Diary”, where all kinds of geniuses and monsters frolic.

In that world, a genius girl who will grow into the strongest person in the story’s universe in the distant future approached me, who was born without the halo of a strong family or outstanding talent.

“I must make a good impression on her to survive.”

Determined, I decided to give her everything I have, from apricots to potatoes, and to earn points with her so I wouldn’t be abandoned.

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  1. Sephir says:

    Create the perfect heroine, if she has everything a boy would want why would you need a harem.

  2. Jahe manis Jahe manis says:

    In conclusion, everyone has their trash taste, you judge yourself from reading the story, the comments are just a guide

  3. Jahe manis Jahe manis says:

    You know, comrade, why do people still eat junk food even though it is said to be unhealthy? Maybe because it tastes good, it’s addictive. Just like this novel, one of the many trash harem stories that still attracts many people. Maybe for self-insert because the MC is in the story, or maybe because you want to read the harem from another story angle once again.

  4. Extra Extra says:

    Comments seem mostly negative, but despite that, this novel still managed to get 100+ bookmarks in just over half a week since the upload date.

    Hmm… Will add to the backlog and read it later just to see what the negative fuss is all about.

  5. Arif Aulia Arif Aulia says:

    @luiz yeah, for novel with title childhood friend and this friend is forgotten in the story eventough she gave him power, huft, tragedy

  6. Arif Aulia Arif Aulia says:

    i dont know, its not like i am against Harem but for novel with title childhood friend, suddenly got a girl with just some talking, huft,. yea not for me, but still curious about this childhood friend gonna end up with, she gave him power and what mc do, for the story in the academy not even child from childhood friend is there. 4/10

  7. jony oli jony oli says:

    I’m fed up with academy novels, I can’t take it anymore, please noble post something original.

  8. jony oli jony oli says:

    I’m fed up with Orange works, I can’t take it anymore, please noble post something original.

  9. Alastro says:

    After 50 chapters I can say that this novel isn’t my thing, and I really feel that I waste time to discover that

    *sorry for my bad English I’m learning *

  10. Luiz Felipe says:

    Honestly speaking this novel is bad the protagonist’s childhood friend is totally forgotten in the story and all the other female characters are disgusting except Tina and Elisha

  11. kk77 says:

    what a sadly spent time. such a belaboured experience reading this was. it’s not that is unreadable or poorly translated poison or anything – but that’s rather the problem, if it was poison i could’ve dipped ages ago. 90 chapters later, i feel oh so very empty.
    not even mention anything; it’s not worth it.

    also insufferable is delusional – and a heretic to boot. tch, a self-proclaimed harem casual trying to preach to harem lovers about what we *REALLY* want. [rolls eyes]
    Now, indeed, have I seen it all.

  12. Nitro says:

    *bows down deeply* thank you, master!

  13. Insufferable says:

    I used to think that I like harem. Not that I really loved it but I can read it with relish as long as it’s good enough.

    But now that I’ve been in the “culture” for years and I’ve become an adult I realize I sometimes like harem over single heroine is because of the many choices you can have over which heroine you like better.

    Think about it. First and foremost you like the plot, the premise, and the writing itself. Then comes the characters. MC is ignored since apart from classics each and every one of them is a traumatized self inserts. Then, aparf from the novels with no heroine them the heroine is your next go to requirement to truly enjoy a novel. But if a novel is single heroine, and the character is not so interesting, you would not be so immersed as you would like to be. But the novel is so damn good and even though I don’t like tsundere/playful/weak heroines then you’re bound to be disappointed that such a good novel would not fit exactly to your tastes. Of course, a single heroine novel with a heroine that fits your preferences is the undisputed best kinds of novels, no doubt.

    But, if it’s harem. Then a good fuc*in plot with many heroines is not that bad actually. If the main heroine isn’t to your liking, then you could just shove her tsundere bass in the direction of your peripheral vision and wait for a better heroine. Good plot keeps you from ending it, and then comes the “good” heroine. The heroine you would marry. The heroine you would dry hump a dakimakura of every night and still not have an odor because you wash it with care and love. The heroine you snort. You can just focus on her AND the good plot. The other heroines, you can just skip them flirting with the mc and you’re good to go.

    Choices people, choices. Many heroines mean you don’t have to compromise over accepting a single heroine and just wait for the good one.

    But what if the harem members are trash? Then that’s a bad novel.

    But what if the single heroine is actually good. Congrats you just found the story you will obsess over for the next half a year or whole year of your shi**y life. Ain’t that great?

    But what if plot isn’t good but harem members are great? Fuc* that. No. Bad plots belong to the incinerators of dead corpses. Yes, a crematorium. A trash novel is a trash novel no matter how it’s a singke heroine and a harem or a no heroine. Stop pretending it’s superior just because its not harem even though the mc creates a plan and immediately executes plan dil*o that he pulled out his bass out of nowhere.

    Be enlightened, degenerate, and bow down to my superior knowledge.

  14. I M I M says:

    From that review above it sounds EXTREMELY mid

  15. Why always these cliche harem novels.
    Feels pathetic to see every other academy mc being a childish dumb idiot who gets girls for literally breathing as such

  16. Salty1 says:

    Radio sound *Calm down private the ennemies are jamming the radio signals*
    Another radio sound
    *we’re sending an extraction team eta 30 seconds do you copy ?*

    *radio grumbles*

  17. shelwyn shelwyn says:

    The story is boring. It’s interesting at the start but eventually just turns into a dull story. Like Mc wakes up eats food at the cafeteria, listens to others gossip, says hi to friend walking to class. Goes to class listens to conversations says a thing or two. Goes back eats food, thinks about main characters and some other minor activity he did that day and ends the day.

    Then repeat that again and again wtf. This is boring.

  18. Wikka says:

    @Suherman Joshua
    Thx for synopsis, slow harem usually means a lot of event and need hardwork just to make the characters eye-to-eye. Even if there are a lot of cliches, as long as the interactions are up and down while inserting small joke, it will up on plate. Cliches is fine as long as the way it is not overused

  19. Amunmu says:

    Por fin una sinopsis decente 😎👌👌👌👌

  20. Poison Tester says:

    Log number 666

    Review: certified Cliches Poison (at least for me)
    Reason:
    Clichesssssss, common harem Protagonist(dense!), ugh I got headache.. my time has come

    The tester died caused brain damage*

    Rest in Peace my self

  21. Hehe says:

    Ahhhh finally… Hareminium is here.
    and ooh heroes, please give me your favorite web recommendations. I’m out of harem here.

  22. Amoled Clock says:

    These comments 😂😂

  23. Big Black clock says:

    These comments 😂😂.

  24. Note: No heroines confess to him yet

  25. Luckyzero says:

    *radio noise

    Medic!!! Medic!!!……. We nee—- *radio noise* The pois—-*radio noise* too strong…. It’s—-*radio noise* infecting us…….

    *someone screaming**grotesque eating noise*

  26. Thanks, Nobel, for granting my request to translate this novel. Ok, I know this harem novel is full of cliches like other novels, but I enjoyed read it. In summary, Bell Dinaur is the MC who was born into a commoner family. Originally a hard worker but lacking talent, so difficult to be stand with his childhood friend. At the same time, there was a genius girl who was born to a commoner who was present during MC’s birth. She was destined to grow up to be the world’s most powerful wizard, and she is growing to be his neighbourhood. In the original story, MC doesn’t appear and doesn’t join the academic, but one day her childhood friend accidentally finds Elizir. MC who drank it opened the limits of his high-developing physical potential. MC’s strength can be further developed by continuing to training. MC success enter academy with lowest ranking class. There’s no system, so MC action not related by order of system. MC became stronger by continue training and help from others. The MC’s interaction with the heroine is quite interesting, and I classify it as a slow harem. Story that filled with Miss Understanding: MC is misunderstood as the successor of a sword saint, an enemy group member, a spy etch.

    Summary of MC characters: MC: I am different from other novel protagonists; I understand tropes and will not act like a dense MC. I am deep understand that I was just an extra character, and it was impossible for other main heroines to like me.
    Some time later:
    MC: What, my childhood actually friend like me? It’s impossible; I can’t believe it! You are actually a woman, not a man, and you love me too? What are your tsundere characters who always want to fight with me. You also love me too? You are actually a beastwoman, and you love me too? You, my fake lover, also love me too?
    Narator: Finally, he realize that he actually also dense harem protagonist too

  27. M-Art EA M-Art EA says:

    Boy i can’t wait to go home and drink some coffee
    : write my own goddamn novel

  28. salcrimson says:

    Boy i can’t wait to go home and eat some pizza
    :Dies from poisoning and severe brain damage

  29. Insufferable says:

    Boy I can’t wait to go home to eat some tacos:
    :Dies from poisoning and severe diarrhea:

  30. akira akira says:

    the author should focus on the childhood friend since she is mentioned in the title why bother adding useless harem girls with misunderstanding and become interested cliche

  31. shelwyn shelwyn says:

    Boy I can’t wait to go home and eat some spaghetti. :dies_from_poisoning:

  32. ali dd ali dd says:

    I’m going to dive

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