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"After the Golden Kingdom is sunk underground by an insane magician, its king emerges, promising all of his treasure to any who defeat the magician, before crumbling to dust. Guilds are spurred on by this promise, traversing the labyrinthine dungeon in search of the magician. Laios, the leader of one such guild, encounters a dragon that wipes out his party and devours his sister Falin. Despite having lost the entirety of their supplies and belongings, Laios along with Marcille, an elven healer, and Chilchuck, a halfling thief, immediately reenter the dungeon, determined to save Falin.
Time being of the essence, Laios suggests the taboo of eating the monsters of the dungeon as a means of gathering supplies. Upon the preparation of their first meal in the dungeon, they are stopped by an onlooking dwarf named Senshi. An enthusiast of monster cooking, he helps them prepare their monster ingredients for safe consumption. After learning of Laios' circumstances, Senshi expresses his desire to cook a dragon and joins their guild, thus beginning their food-filled foray into the dungeon together."
Dungeon meshi is my favorite fantasy story ever made. It manages to be funny, exciting, emotional and mysterious (sometimes all at once), with some of the best world-building I've seen in this media. While the synopsis may just sounds like a silly story, the mange goes much, much deeper than that (both literally and figuratively).
Also, it is devoid of what I would call "weeb shit". In the sense that it never uses any of the cheap, obnoxious anime/manga trope that we all know (hot spring episode, female character being sexualized out of nowhere etc....)
Now you may think this title is hyberbolic or even clickbait, but it is the truth. Anyone disagreeing will receive the harsh punishement of not getting a yeah from me.