Jobless Reincarnation Chapter 77 is scheduled to release on 12th November 2021. readers can read Manga online on MangaStream.
About The Jobless Reincarnation
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Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation is a Japanese light novel series by Rifujin na Magonote about a jobless and hopeless man who reincarnates in a fantasy world while keeping his memories, determined to live his new life without regrets. It was originally published on the internet web novel website Shōsetsuka ni Narō in November 2012, a year later, it was announced the series would receive a print release under Media Factory’s MF Books.
Plot Of The Jobless Reincarnation
The series follows after being hit by a truck and dying, a hopeless and jobless Japanese man reincarnates into a fantasy-like world as Rudeus, son of the swordsman Paul Greyrat and his wife, the healer Zenith. Keeping his memories of his previous life, Rudeus quickly learns to read and eventually starts practicing magic.
Roxy has some doubts at first about tutoring him due to his tender age until she witnesses his unique ability to cast magic instantly and realizes his potential. As the Greyrat family gives a welcome party to Roxy, Rudeus vows to work hard to improve himself and make proper use of the second chance he was given to have a happy and fulfilling life.
Joblessness Reincarnation Chapter 77 Release Date And More
It is getting released on 12th November 2021. One chapter is released per month. The English version of the manga will take some time for translation.
I don’t talk about
Mushoku Tensei at all
But why do people feel the need to always defend Rudeus ?
— Stelo 💫 (@SteloPacino) October 12, 2021
Release Time The chapter 75 will be up on Media Factory’s website at 12:00 AM in Japan according to Japanese Standard Time and the release time will vary depending on you region. Here is when the chapter will be available in your country:
- Pacific Time: 9 AM
- Central Time: 11 AM
- Eastern Time: 12 noon
- British Time: 5 PM
Where To Read
The Manga is available at Seven Seas Entertainment with its English translations as well. But there are currently two volumes back on translations. They have only translated 12 out of 14 of the total available volumes.
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