Release That Witch

Release That Witch

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Release That Witch novel is a popular light novel covering Romance, Mystery, and Action genres. Written by the Author Er Mu. 1498 chapters have been translated and translation of all chapters was completed.

Volume Information

Volume 1: Song of Months of Demons

The first volume contains chapters from 1 to 88 and has 88 chapters in total. It focuses on Cheng Yan's adaptation to prince Roland's role and preparation for the defense of Border Town during his first Months of Demons. It covers the misfortune of Witch Cooperation Association, first signs of inner conflict between princes and nobles of the Kingdom of Graycastle and Church's plotting to weaken all Four Kingdoms.

Volume 2: The Little Spark

The second volume contains chapters from 89 to 481 and has 393 chapters in total, it is mistakenly divided into two on original website. It focuses on development of Border Town and Western Region, internal war and allying with Fifth Princess Tilly Wimbledon.

Volume 3: The Bell of Twilight

The third volume contains chapters from 482 to 825 and has 344 chapters in total. It is focused on defeating of king Timothy, war against Church, annex of Southernmost Region and allying with Taquila witches.

Volume 4: The Battle of Doomsday

The fourth volume contains chapters from 826 to 1218 and has 392 chapters in total. It is dedicated to the final integration of Kingdom of Graycastle, establishing of united humanity front with Kingdom of Dawn and war with Demon civilization on Fertile Plains.

Volume 5: A New Journey

The fifth and final volume contains chapters from 1219 to 1498 and has 279 chapters in total. With Red Moon's appearance the Third Battle of Divine Will officially starts. Graycastle is preparing to fight at border of Kingdom of Dawn and Wolfheart while the First Army suffer losses trying to evacuate as much people as possible.


Cheng Yan transmigrated only to end up in a medieval Europe like world, becoming Roland, a Royal Prince. But this world doesn’t seem to be the same as his former world, despite some similarities. Witches are real and they actually can use magic?

Follow Roland’s battle for the throne against his siblings. Will he be able to win, even though the king already declared him to be a hopeless case and with the worst starting situation? With his knowledge of modern technologies and the help of the witches, who are known as devils’ servants and are hunted by the the Holy Church, he might have a fighting chance.

Now, let his journey begin.

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Absolutely loved this but I would’ve wanted to make the divine stuff like 10-15 in the future for technological advancements especially for the army. Instead of relying on the cradle and just cutting it short...

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Absolutely amazing this was an amazing story to read absolutely loved it. I would definitely recommend this it has a good mix of fantasy and state development elements. I would definitely re-read this again in a month it is just absolutely phenomenal.

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The chapters exploring the development outside of mainland and the church are usually a bit boring to read. The ending also seems a bit rushed. But overall, a very good read.

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Amazing read through the 600~800 chapters from there gets a bit less interesting but still pretty good.
However at about ch 1100 the story become boring, kinda clic'e and overall out of context it just shifts the direction and content to something completely different and "random"/ really unnecessary.
But if you avoid those things fucking amazing and interesting, really worth reading!!!!!

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For reference I'm currently only about 200 chapters but I'm enjoying the read a lot. There's something really endearing about a transmigrator slowly turning everyone in the middle ages into cowboys via magic. The story itself doesn't really feel like a lot of other novels I've read on this site; it's incredibly well thought out. Additionally, though I dont know enough about the sciences to prove that the logic in the novel is right, the explanations for even the magic the witches use is grounded firmly in reality giving the setting a very complete feeling.
The main characters body was originally a fairly powerless fop, he was granted a small shitty town in the middle of nowhere and is able to thrive thanks to the MCs insanely in depth knowledge of modern technology and application of witch magic to circumvent centuries of progression. So far the novel reminds me of that Indiana Jones scene where the elite soldier flips his sword around in a showcase of his dexterity only to be shot dead by Indy; it's very satisfying to read about armored knights just get torn to shreds by heavy artillery.
Somehow this still doesnt feel overpowered, or maybe the author just has a much softer touch with the approach. Unlike a lot of transmigrator novels that include the main character basically being a god on earth, a trope that I detest, the main character feels a lot more vulnerable. Even if he knows how to make a gun it doesn't mean it's easy, fast, or even possible unless his witch friends help.
In a similar vein though it has some harem elements I'm not that bothered by it. I can't say this will hold up till the end of the series (I'll try to edit this review if my opinion changes by the end) but the relationships developing so far feel pretty natural. I normally disregard harem things, it's rarely done well, but I really dont mind it here.

I'm really digging what I've seen so far, I hope the quality stays consistent.

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One of the first book of this kind I read, had to stop halfway because the translation wasn't finished yet.
It's an excellent read until around the middle point of the story. It was good enough to make me reread everything from the beginning once the book was completed.
Too many change of POV, too many situations without much sense, a not really satisfying ending.
Probably worth it because the story is original (MC use his head and technologie instead of powers) but be prepared to have trouble to finish this story

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Just one word. Awesome. Story is good. Ending is little bit messy but overall it's awesome story. The storyline goes well with mc development. But it feels like mc will succeed every time he make any thing so you may find it boring some times.

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