He makes friends, mistakes, and overall evolves as the story progresses.
Born with vague memories of a past life in contemporary Japan where he failed to do anything useful, he is determined not to make the same mistake again, and that this time, his life will be lived.
This is the story of the deaths of many heroes.
It injures me every time I do.
Originally a member of a mountain tribe in a region known as Volt's Stove, he became a warrior to avenge his family after they were massacred by a neighbor village, but later gave up on this revenge quest and became a renowned adventuring warrior.
I've read four dozen Isekai that start this way, and I hate them all.
Although this is an Isekai manga, refrain from giving preconceptions like I did! There's no plot and you don't understand why you're okay with that.
Yet life on the outside is harsh.