I'm Not a Villainess!! Just Because I Can Control Darkness Doesn’t Mean I’m a Bad Person!
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  • I’m Not a Villainess!! Just Because I Can Control Darkness Doesn’t Mean I’m a Bad Person!
  • Watashi wa Akuyaku Reijou Nanka Janai~! ! Yami Tsukaidakaratte Kanarazushimo Akuyakuda to Omou na yo!
  • 私は悪役令嬢なんかじゃないっ!! 闇使いだからって必ずしも悪役だと思うなよ
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Due to a certain incident, Sakura's life ended abruptly. To think her life amounted to this...

Though depressed for a brief moment, she soon realized she'd reincarnated into the world of a novel she once read! Even so, the person she reincarnated as was none other than the villainess, Claudia.

Under the divine protection of the Dark Spirit King, she finds herself despised by those around her, and, in the end, she's fated to meet a tragic death?! No way in hell she'll let both her last life and this one meet a Bad End! But even when she tries to take action to somehow change her fate......?

The long awaited manga adaptation of a unique villainess' fantasy tale!

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  • Japanese Light Novel: Bookwalker, Amazon.co.jp
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    I'm really enjoying the plot so far!
    I'm kinda skeptical of the claims of it being a "unique" otome game plot, but whatever. If this manages to surprise me any I'll be happy.
    Just become strong enough to beat the army and heroine, i doubt the novel´s Claudia started training since childhood...
    hmm...i don´t think i should ever reincarnate at a Otome Game World...
    The first two sentences can be placed on any isekai otome plot and you'll never be able to guess which is it.
    really thought that at birth the father would go WTF and accuse the mother of having another man with the physical features of their daughter
    See how the manga blatantly addresses the modern issue with judging someone based on appearance. "Oh she has a dark spirit as guardian so she must be a calamity in the future" and so on.
    the arts is so cute
    use your knowledge please. just make a wig, as simple as that
    @Stark071 it’s right there under information correct?
    can someone give me the novel link please ?
    @chaos_animagic well aside from that this one setting may walk different route compare to other ones we have seen out there. This one peak my interest due to small subtle element and i like how the setting say "oh she's a villain" but could very well walk the anti-hero archetype or the likes is what i wanna see.
    Well, kinda unique

    in term of there's rarely any "Dark Skin Female reincarnations"

    Most female reincarnations are all white girls. Mainly because most setting are in Fantasy + Medieval / Middle Ages/ Renaissance Europe. (where 99% of inhabitants are whites, 100% whites for nobles, there's no such thing as black nobles, they don't exist)
    Unique, huh?
    Yeeeeeah suuuuuure
    "long awaited" .. "unique" ..

    let's see if it can hold up to that foreclaimed hype and unique story?
    Say what you want, all I am hearing is Pretentious Screeching.
    @Rheeve Surprise, but perfection is an ideal, not an actual existence.
    Also, you seem to be quite a pessimist or have huge dislike for humanity if you think it's too much to expect for people to be able to learn and improve.
    You hold one hell of an expectation of a work that were first conceived as a Web Novel, which is not much more than Fan Fiction. Also, A story does not need Perfect writing to be enjoyable, it just needs to be Good Enough.
    @flannan Even if many works accepted warmly despite been flawed, it does not mean they would not be better with said flaws fixed. And that goes for popular titles. Now imagine lesser titles that don't have that much to brag of. And if you need to improve something that does not require talent or novel ideas - only some work with what you have - don't you think it would've been a blessing?
    Besides, people (authors and others) need to strife for perfection regardless.
    @kwendy - I have long ago noticed that there is a huge difference between technical perfection, critical approval, and things that actually make me enjoy the work.
    Have you watched Kemono Friends anime? It looks bad, seems childish, but appeals to many people on a deep level.
    @flannan Bad writing... Isn't bad? For someone calling yourself too smart you don't value logic very much.