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Meiyaku no Leviathan


Alt Names: alt 盟約のリヴァイアサンalt Meiyaku No Rivaiasanalt The Leviathan of the Covenant
Author: Bau & Taketsuki Jou
Artist: Tatetsu Teto
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiHarem HaremRomance RomanceSeinen SeinenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: It happened to be in the modern era when humanity became subjected to the menaces of the dragons. To fend for themselves, people conjured ways of manipulating magic to summon and impel manufactured, so-called “Leviathans.” The contractors of these “serpents” were supposedly the only ones designated to destroy the dragons, as they were the world's ‘valkyries of salvation.’ Named “Magi,” these maidens would accompany their leviathans as they were meant to lead the everyday resistance against the dragons...

This is an adaptation from the light novel series written by Taketsuki Jou and illustrated by Nimura Yuuji.
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Oh well another LN promotion manga....its a good thing the LN is being translated so nothing to say about this

Damn another one..

It made me want to read the LN so I guess it's successful? :D

*reading it at the moment*

Thanks for your work in this manga; I was entertained while it lasted, that is the better possible outcome as far as promotional mangas go, thanks again and good bye.

 

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what i meant about hard to tell is just looking at it from ch 1 only. I know LN promotional often end only around 12ish ch which is about 2-3 vol depending on how much pages in a ch is and also ends around vol 1 of the LN version.

 

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not always true in both case ...

There's manga for LN adaptation which sell quite well and have anime adaptation, yet it get close too for LN promotion ...( note the manga version sell more because the mangaka dramatized some event to the point reader get hooked with it compared the anime and LN)

(Ex: Black Bullet)

Also there's manga for LN adaptation, have anime adaptation too, it get discontinued since it can't surpass the anime version ... yet the anime adaptation makes the LN sell a lot compared the manga adaptation ...

(Ex:No Game No Life)

There's also Manga adaptation which sell more than LN or anime adaptation ... The anime don't sell well (get too tamed) and the Novel not sell too since it too racist ... the manga sell a lot tough ...

(Ex : GATE)

Or the manga adaptation just have average sell, have anime adaptation and yet it still continued ...

(Ex: Highschool DxD)

Yeah, that's why I said it does not apply to all adaptions, but at the very least it applies to majority cases. Putting aside those that did get anime adaptions, those that still have not generally would fall into this case. Anime adaption isn't a 100% way to know whether it is popular enough, but having one gives more confidence than not having one.

 

But again, we have to look at what magazine and publisher it belongs to. For this one, it was published in Comic Alive, not many adaptions actually gets to survive long there.

 

For those that already received anime adaptions, it depends on more factors. But most of the it gets to continue run longer because one or more of its medium (LN/anime/manga) sells well. Ex: Dragonar gets to continue to run long without getting the axe even though the anime did badly because its fanservice in both LN and manga more or less guaranteed the sales... 

Or it might depend on whether the publishers already decided to focus their investment on it to begin with. Ex: GATE was heavily invested by Alphapolis as we can see that it also receives a few spinoff adaptions together even before its anime was announced. Back then just the number of Gate titles in the manga that it published are like 15~20% of all the manga it publishes there

I had nearly forgotten about this series, and now its quickly over. Not bad but the end battle seemed anticlimactic. Might need to read it again for proper effect.

While this does not apply to all LN adaptions, an easier way to tell is whether it did receive anime adaption when it hits 12 chapters, which means it has serialized around 1 year already. Most will start getting the axe around that time because the publisher will start planning to replace with another LN that are already lining up behind. 

 

If you want to be more careful, you can also look up the other adaptions published in the same magazines to check how long they usually keep one. From what I see, this magazine mostly does promotions for LN/VN promotions and will end in 1~4 years length

what i meant about hard to tell is just looking at it from ch 1 only. I know LN promotional often end only around 12ish ch which is about 2-3 vol depending on how much pages in a ch is and also ends around vol 1 of the LN version.

While this does not apply to all LN adaptions, an easier way to tell is whether it did receive anime adaption when it hits 12 chapters, which means it has serialized around 1 year already. Most will start getting the axe around that time because the publisher will start planning to replace with another LN that are already lining up behind. 

 

If you want to be more careful, you can also look up the other adaptions published in the same magazines to check how long they usually keep one. From what I see, this magazine mostly does promotions for LN/VN promotions and will end in 1~4 years length

 

The manga wasn't popular enough to stay so it got axed simple as that its not an LN promotion.

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not always true in both case ...

There's manga for LN adaptation which sell quite well and have anime adaptation, yet it get close too for LN promotion ...( note the manga version sell more because the mangaka dramatized some event to the point reader get hooked with it compared the anime and LN)

(Ex: Black Bullet)

Also there's manga for LN adaptation, have anime adaptation too, it get discontinued since it can't surpass the anime version ... yet the anime adaptation makes the LN sell a lot compared the manga adaptation ...

(Ex:No Game No Life)

There's also Manga adaptation which sell more than LN or anime adaptation ... The anime don't sell well (get too tamed) and the Novel not sell too since it too racist ... the manga sell a lot tough ...

(Ex : GATE)

Or the manga adaptation just have average sell, have anime adaptation and yet it still continued ...

(Ex: Highschool DxD)

Oh well another LN promotion manga....its a good thing the LN is being translated so nothing to say about this

well its really hard to tell if its gonna be long going or not...best choice is just pick it up and see where it goes ._. although the LN is being translated iirc

While this does not apply to all LN adaptions, an easier way to tell is whether it did receive anime adaption when it hits 12 chapters, which means it has serialized around 1 year already. Most will start getting the axe around that time because the publisher will start planning to replace with another LN that are already lining up behind. 

 

If you want to be more careful, you can also look up the other adaptions published in the same magazines to check how long they usually keep one. From what I see, this magazine mostly does promotions for LN/VN promotions and will end in 1~4 years length

The manga wasn't popular enough to stay so it got axed simple as that its not an LN promotion.

here we go again w/ this guy

The manga wasn't popular enough to stay so it got axed simple as that its not an LN promotion.

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another one ? oh well ... *sigh* ...

this getting quite common lately ...

well its really hard to tell if its gonna be long going or not...best choice is just pick it up and see where it goes ._. although the LN is being translated iirc

LN promotion

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another one ? oh well ... *sigh* ...

this getting quite common lately ...

CURSE YOU LN STOP DOING THIS...okay I feel better.


LN isn't a person or a company... It isn't "doing" anything.

Well, at least I'm done with this. 

LN promotion

CURSE YOU LN STOP DOING THIS...okay I feel better.

. Axe maybe?

LN promotion

Umm... is there supposed to be some sort of continuation? It says complete, but it also foreshadowed certain events, so... I guess what I'm trying to say is wut

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Axe maybe?

Umm... is there supposed to be some sort of continuation? It says complete, but it also foreshadowed certain events, so... I guess what I'm trying to say is wut

Rulakh Souhn, Rak al Soth, Raargh be Blargh. Seriously, what mythology are these names taken from, or are they just pulled from the writer's ass after combining bits of different languages?

It's just an attempt to mimic Lovecraft. Who, in turn, tried to mimic Egyptian language.

Ah! You mean like every single other fiction writers?

 

Most fiction writers don't create names that sound like the sounds a horse makes while belching, though.

Serpent?

That's a fucking fox

to be precise it's a white nine-tailed fox-wolf with serpentine-like tails

Rulakh Souhn, Rak al Soth, Raargh be Blargh. Seriously, what mythology are these names taken from, or are they just pulled from the writer's ass after combining bits of different languages?

Ah! You mean like every single other fiction writers? FUS RO DAH!!!

 

yea... I still have no idea how that thing's a "snake" (serpent)...

 

I think the author is just using random materials now... lol

Lol! Well they did describe that it has serpent-like tails... On the other hand, it does not fully look like a normal fox either. Especially with that beak-like mouth. However the light novel at least did describe it having both characteristics of a fox and other characteristics of a serpent (the tails and the claws(?)).

Rulakh Souhn, Rak al Soth, Raargh be Blargh. Seriously, what mythology are these names taken from, or are they just pulled from the writer's ass after combining bits of different languages?

If you guys wanna write essays, go do it in the forum threads, most of us skip it but it'd help if you can put it in spoiler tags~ we're here to enjoy the manga and talk about it~
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