Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha no Kansatsu Kiroku

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Vol. 1 Ch. 5
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LMAO I love how she's all like "WTF magic is real?!?!?!!" And the prince is concerned as to how she didn't know this....
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@Fuko I get that reference!
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FACTS. BRAIN WASHING??? the more i read these otome isekai as i get older (i spent my childhood loving otome games), the more i find them scary xD

this is amazing oml. i like the fact that the prince knows of bertia's previous life and stuff. it's a bit farfetched that he's so competent, but it's also nice at the same time. for the sake of plot, but i don't mind it
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That last page hits hard
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@bioknight SHIRO?!
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Brainwashing magic... How unromantic!!!
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I want to see that harem end, dear god. I need more harem end (polyamory) otome in my life. I want to see both the chaos and the joy in it!
On another note, that is an interesting twist. I love it. It makes the otome game "deeper"...
And yes, this story is quite meta. It's fun.
Last edited 10 mo ago by Clover_Zero.
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that wasn't a lie, I simply didn't speak the truth.
And just because you are correct doesn't mean you're right.
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Comparing Kuro to Zeno was surprising. I mean, for the story, not the character.
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Bertia is denser than a collapsed neutron start - I am in awe.
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HUEG PLTO WTISTW!!!!
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@petra from my understanding honestly its similar to the galge in that there can be a harem route which just ends with a harem, its not like only guys fantasize about that kinda thing after all :P
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Well did Zeno sound like a human name?
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That's really a good twist.
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CH5, alright boys, we're introducing magic.
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Zeno was a spirit!? Shock~~~
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OK, that was full of surprises!
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As far as I know reverse harem situations don't usually last that long in otome games, since the focus is more on romance than multiple sexual relationships. The protag will have say 5 guys in love with her but she chooses one and the rest just kind of pine for her forever?
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@hikufalafel I originally hoped for a different direction Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami too.

But, it is a bit different than what you're saying. I was just hoping for a different direction of the deconstruction the otome protagonist. That the original protag as a villianess is just from being too much an an idealist. As an individual, it might great to have the type of person who thinks "why don't we just give all the money to the poor" and "let's disband the military". Idealistic, but also imply the type of person whose heart is to love and care that all the princes would fall for. But when it's not just a backdrop to an otome game, but a living, breathing world with real people, now it sets up of her to be a villain. As nice of giving to the poor and as much as we don't like spending money on the military, reality have constraints of budgets and invaders. That would have been a fun deconstruction if the author choose that path.
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@Tesla I think Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami is terrible (although I'm still hooked on it). It felt so frustrating to see the "true villain" being portrayed as smart and cunning by having the author lowering the intelligence of the "male capture targets" around her. At least this one might have a good reason for the "male capture targets" to fell in love with the "heroine".
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