Trash of the Count's Family (Web Novel)
Trash of the Count's Family (Web Novel)

Trash of the Count's Family (Web Novel)

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Trash of the Count's Family (백작가의 망나니가 되었다) is a Korean isekai webnovel series written by Yoo Ryeo Han (유려한) in the Action, Comedy, and Fantasy genres. The novel is still ongoing though it is currently on-hiatus due to the author's family circumstances. There are currently 7 volumes, some chapters have been translated into English and translations of other chapters are in progress.

Synopsis

Beginning with the awakening of our main character, Kim Rok Soo, in a different world, he finds himself possessing the body of a minor villain inside of the novel [The Birth of a Hero]: Cale Henituse. As he tried to avoid being beaten up as in the original novel, his actions directly lead to the original plot derailing and he finds himself dragged into the center of many conflicts happening in the world.

Summary

I can't be a trash forever...


When I opened my eyes, I was inside a novel.

[The Birth of a Hero].

[The Birth of a Hero] was a novel focused on the adventures of the main character, Choi Han, a high school boy who was transported to a different dimension from Earth, along with the birth of the numerous heroes of the continent.

I became a part of that novel as the trash count (tcf), the family that oversaw the territory where the first village that Choi Han visits is located.

The problem is that Choi Han becomes twisted after that village, and everyone in it, are destroyed by assassins.

The bigger problem is the fact that this stupid trash who I’ve become doesn’t know about what happened in the village and messes with Choi Han, only to get beaten to a pulp.

“…This is going to be a problem.”

I feel like something serious has happened to me.

But it was worth trying to make this my new life.

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  • JustOrdinaryProvoker 15

    Hmm... I tried to think of any bad thing for TotCF to trigger the fans but couldn't find any, so I guess I'll only offer compliments. . It's good and pretty solid for this genre and type of story. There's nothing that really makes it bad. However, I can't say the same for part 2 though, I haven't read it yet.

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  • Drill_hero 4

    I read the manwha, which was very slow & bad. The greatest estate developer did it way too much largely magnificiently better. Is novel same as manwha or gets good.

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    • Heavenly_Chaos 1

      Well novel is slow at start but as story progresses it will pick its paces. And the way author has written the novel its really great and exciting (well for me it is). If you read 100 some chs you might like this novel.

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    • senki12 3

      i didnt read the manhwa but i think its way more better

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  • Ace_ 13

    Is part 2 actually good? I haven't finished part 1 but I know that part 2 is something totally different. So without spoilers is it actually good comparable to part 1 or nah?

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    • Heavenly_Chaos 1

      Idk about others but for me it was great. You will see many different aspects of the character's in part2 and more caleism? Yk

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  • zekiMCsever_9 1

    This is definitely my favorite novel.

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  • Nishchal 11

    Can someone tell me is this really all that good because I tried the manhwa and got bored so I dropped it

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    • Drill_hero 4

      same , after reading manwha got the same feelings

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    • Dwellenvoid 1

      It's pretty good I'd say. Slice of life with some drama and """"""stakes"""""" if you will. It's a feel-good/power fantasy(??) type novel but quite predictable once you take a closer look. I recommend it but don't feel too bad about dropping it if you get bored again (there's some stupid sh*t in there but it's fun imo). Happy reading!

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  • Rah_Ma 1

    Just wanna ask if the wn is where the manhwa is adapted from or the ln(if there is one)?

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    • Heavenly_Chaos 1

      Manhwa is adapted from this novel.

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  • KingArrodes 8

    approximately how much longer will this take to end? I want to start reading, but since many of you say that this is really good, I kinda want to stack and just binge it at the end.

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    • Heavenly_Chaos 1

      Author said she might end 2nd part around 300 or 500ch? or so ... But i think it might take more chs.

      Edited: 2d
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  • animasuffers 3

    This isn't really a review, more of an observation on the nature of the "misunderstandings" sub-genre common in these novels. I usually get annoyed by them, because they often end up being a narrative tool to encourage one-sided affection to form without having to write an actual compelling romance, and sometimes the misunderstandings are actually never resolved even after a relationship forms. Any romance built on the back of a misunderstanding is inherently flawed and indicates a severely lacking author. Cale often gets misunderstood by others, but although the motives behind his actions are often not as altruistic as everyone seems to believe, it's a fact that his actions are undoubtedly good and would send the same message even if he weren't being misunderstood. In TotCF, the misunderstandings are more auxiliary than anything, a means for readers to see the difference between Cale's self-perception and the perceptions of others, with a tad of comedic relief. Amazingly well-written.

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    • madoo 1

      "Any romance built on the back of a misunderstanding is inherently flawed and indicates a severely lacking author." 🔥✍️

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  • Luniasta 4

    I have question! When Cale mother family visit(& rob) him, is he in the same world? if not then how he come to this world?(by that karma things?)

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    • Prescott_Lorelei 1

      Abitoyu world must be related to the thames somehow, they all mistakenly assumed that cale is the young master of ‘snow’ grand duchy, because he has the exact same red hair and the king of har who actually saw a pic of that young master said that they looked alike, so i think that when snow family fall 200 years ago because of the purple blood that the young master who survived went to their current world and roan kingdom and started a new family called thames That’s also a good reason to hate hunters right? I just read till ch248 so idk yet but I’m sure we will soon know more about them

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    • romania 1

      I haven't really read the second part but as far as spoilers go, the Thames did not appear in part 2 they are mentioned with no appearance. as for the robbing incident that was in the first part after cale defeated white star (the last chapters of part 1 ) but then his uncle ( the only family member we know for now aside from cale and his mother) disappeared once again and no one knows where he is .

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  • Chaffi 2

    Should i read this?or should i read the manhwa then pick uo the novel where the manhwa stopped?

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    • maestro_destiny 6

      manhwa has one of the best art style and quality of any out there;; so you'll definitely have some fun time reading the manhwa.. but.. you should ask someone else if there is any missing chunks of important info. in the manhwa.. ..

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      • Markvbvb 7

        This story is quite slow pace at the beginning even for manhwa. So I got one recommend start the manhwa and pick up the novel when caught up. It’s a really good novel just that the author take his time to build up the story and it’s end up feel like a dragon ball with slice of lice pacing at the start.

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