Pic related is called Tatoeba Last Dungeon Mae no Mura no Shounen ga Joban no Machi de Kurasu Youna Monogatari たとえばラストダンジョン前の村の少年が序盤の街で暮らすような物語
It's about a comedy about a fucboi from a OP village going to the city. The fucboi does not know he's OP as fuck. The art is cute and the characters are quite interesting. Currently, there are 7 chapters out with 1 translated.
I really wanted to enjoy Goblin Slayer, but it had a bit too much rape and mind break stuff to the point where it felt borderline tortureporn.
>Unfortunately, he class changes to a ghoul by the 2nd chapter
The whole thing about him being a painfully average adventurer having hit a wall is pretty much tossed out by the third chapter as well when its revealed he's one of the most respected guys in the city and even top rank adventurers, city officials, etc come to him for advice and he helps train newbies and pretty much everyone loves him. And his master is some super OP woman.
Needs to start wrapping up. Miura also goes on hiatus way too much. Having such an erratic schedule with such a long manga wears a lot of people out, like me. I've dropped it probably until it finishes.
Sevens coming through. >Lyle Walt is a young noble boy and heir looking forward to the day he can inherit his family’s territory. Except around when he was 10 year old, his parents started neglecting him more and more in favour of his little sister, Celes. >On his fifteenth birthday, he is challenged to a duel by his sister to see who will inherit the household and horribly loses, being cast out of his family. Afterwards, he gets treated by the family groundskeepers and receives the family heirloom Gem from him that Lyle’s grandfather had entrusted to him. From there, he begins an aimless journey with his childhood friend and former fiancée, Novem, and the Gem-turned-Jewel that houses the memories, personalities, and Skills of seven of his ancestors.
Another story that's good, that's also currently releasing is "The Book Eating Magician," but it's written by a filthy gook so it's probably not everyone's cup of tea.