The last thing she can remember is her life support beginning to fail. Her body had suffered terribly after a fateful accident and the only freedom left in her life came from the VR world of Leadale. How did she end up in a place that looks exactly like her game except that 200 years have apparently gone by?
Source: Yen Press
Only on episode 2, but already loving this anime. The characters are fun and make you smile. Definitly reminds me of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, minus the bear stuff. Looking forward to seeing where it goes. Now On episode 9, still fun, a bit over the top, but still funny & good. Just finished the season, had a mostly slice of life ending. Still a good anime.
A chill series. Anyone going into the series expecting a meaningful fantasy isekai is only going to be disappointed. I’ve read manga adaptation before the season, but it’s now way behind the anime. For that reason, I knew what I’m getting from the series beforehand except maybe the last segment of the story . The idea of seriously ill protagonist spending time in VR was interesting. Shame the series doesn’t explore this whatsoever. It serves solely as excuse to have no reason for going back and MC being one of the top players by sheer time invested in the game. A blackout occurs in the city and the MC’s life support turns off as well, because the hospital has no emergency power source for some reason. That is not the case for the VR game servers. This is not much plausible. There in the story many unexplained things occurring, which are presented but never addressed . For example, like why a significant time passed in the game, when the MC embodies her character. The series is mostly a chill adventure, because there is no possible danger for extremely OP protagonist. Another strong element is comedy … at least it’s supposed to be. This part doesn’t work so well, because the jokes get quickly repetitive. It becomes annoying when the MC for twentieth time puts on threatening aura to exact some parental punishment or loses consciousness after one alcoholic drink. The whole game concept seems pretty broken as well with few people, who attained special ability to create skills, which made them into boss-like part of the game. There isn’t much to the story. It’s few adventures, which introduce several reoccurring characters. The most notable are the three NPC MC created. This was the part that brought me to the series in the beginning . In terms of characters there is not much to speak of they are either for comedy or to be cute and admire main protagonist for being awesome. There is no meaningful overarching story. Audio-visually the series is ok. I have no complaint in that regard. OP and ED is forgettable. After all this is one of the few series, which kept hold over me enough so I actually watched it quite regularly throughout the season. However, I would recommend it only as simple relaxing story, which doesn’t require much of the viewer. Spoilers  The MC adopts a child and settles down to raise it.  Why are there randomly other players trapped in the game at random time. Some of them have been in the game trapped for substantial time.  Those three are considered her children, which was interesting and funny.
STORY:MC is overpowered but at the same time is shitty person without any good reason, world is not interesting, reactions (e.g. for meeting other players) very enrealistic. Family relation like to created NPCs really put off personally. Only thing that could help this series would be a crossover with certain healer who would get poorly treated by LoL MC.Animation:Modern - passable not much to say not bad not goodSame with sound I reccomend this only for hardcore overpowered MC isekai fans, but even in this case it will be a letdown
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