The Greatest Estate Developer is a BK_Moon and Manggi-created Korean webnovel. NAVER Series ran the serial from June 3, 2019, all the way until November 12, 2020. On NAVER Webtoon as of August 5th, 2021, was a manhwa adaptation written by Lee Hyunmin and illustrated by Kim Hyunsoo,Suho Kim, a student of civil engineering, finds himself within a fantasy story after dozing off while reading it.
Lloyd Frontera is a sluggish noble with a penchant for alcoholic beverages, and Suho has temporarily taken up residence in his body. Suho, an engineer, creates devices to prevent the dreadful fate that awaits him.
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Lee Hyunmin, Kim Hyunsoo, and BK_Moon are all responsible for adapting the webtoon The Greatest Estate Developer. Webtoon hosts the webcomic, while Naver is where you can read the novel. There is currently no official translation of the novel available.
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Javier is the top dog. Like the original protagonist of that universe, Javier is a prodigy who excels at everything he tries his hand at. He became a Sword Master in his twenties, while most people take decades of practice to reach that level.
The webcomic’s Orcs, especially Arosh, have a high degree of Adaptive Appeal. The novel depicts them as more average-looking people, but the webcomic portrays them as bodybuilders with very long hair.
Unlike the webcomic, the novel’s version of the story begins with five knights rather than three. Sir Ulrich and Sir Conte have been replaced by Sir Neumann in this adaptation.
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The baron and baroness, particularly when Lloyd is in peril. They will make so much noise worrying about him that he will become flustered. His nightmares were so bad that the baroness had sewn him a pink teddy bear to sleep with. But he ultimately accepted it.
Brother the Bully, Big: OG!Lloyd, to the point where Lloyd’s most fundamental acts of human decency toward Julien were viewed with mistrust. Big Brother Instinct: At first, Lloyd thinks it’s best that he stays out of Julien’s position at the Academy.
He believes that intervening will only make things worse for Julien. The sight of bruising on Julien’s arm immediately dispels that notion. He beats up Julien’s tormentor mercilessly, to the point where Julien is afraid he might murder the bully.
Since Lloyd can see into the future and Javier is so skilled with a sword, they often play the role of Big Damn Heroes. They arrived in time to prevent the invasion of locusts, for instance.
Lloyd’s logo is actually a play on the Korean characters for his own name, therefore he benefits from dual language proficiency. His given name is Suho , but he spelled it Sohu , merging the o and h into a single character.
Dull, but Useful: Lloyd’s expertise lies primarily in the realm of construction, and many of his abilities entail some sort of digging. Lloyd has no complaints about this situation, to the extent where whenever he acquires a potentially lethal skill, his first thought is how it may be applied to shoveling.
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Brick Joke: In episode 15, Javier makes a mental note to make fun of Lloyd for behaving like a mole when addressing Lupellan. Almost 30 episodes later, at the banquet, the Queen makes the observation that Lloys reminds her of a mole cricket, prompting Javier’s relieved expression.
Javier’s Brutal Honesty Shines Through In The Way He Never Hesitates To Tell Lloyd What He Really Thinks Of Him.
It may take some time to adjust to working with Lloyd, the Bunny-Ears Lawyer, because his tactics and personality are different from what one may assume. However, his construction skills are unparalleled, and he always manages to meet deadlines and stay under budget.
I need you too much to let you die. This is the real story behind why Lloyd wouldn’t let Javier take Tordes to court. If he had, he would have been executed, and the Baron’s stolen goods would still need to be compensated for.
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In addition, he favors utilizing a shovel.Troubled and gloomy An intriguing past case involving our two protagonists: After swearing undying loyalty to his family, Javier lost his house when the parents committed suicide and his two brothers died shortly thereafter in the original version of the narrative.
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Fortunately for Javier, Lloyd altered the course of history so that he wouldn’t have to experience these events. He still lost his birth family when he was a kid, but he doesn’t hold grudges because he doesn’t remember much of it and has moved on.
Lloyd, in his former incarnation as Suho, endured terrible hardships, including the deaths of both of his parents, deep debt, poverty, and persistent maltreatment at the hands of those in charge. He also had to work two physically demanding jobs to make ends meet. His actions and long-term aspirations are heavily influenced by this fact.