Meet Rio: a callous orphaned boy living in the slums. At only 7-years-old, he realizes he's actually the reincarnation of Haruto Amakawa, a Japanese university student with a tragic past. While still reeling from this shocking epiphany, Rio also comes to learn that he possesses extremely potent magical abilities and uses his new powers to solve the kidnapping case of a little girl. His good deed is acknowledged, and he's rewarded by being enrolled into… a prestigious academy for noble children...?
Source: J-Novel Club
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Forest of Spirits
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Each of Their Decisions
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Your perfectly average Isekai in every way, this is reinforced by Rio looking like Kirito in the op, except that the MC is better written than most* (some). If that peaks your interest, give it a shot. The Isekai that I would first compare this to is Rising of Shield Hero because we have our fellow from another world treated like crap by those around him. The difference is that Rio doesn't turn so bitter. That is a really nice change in my oppinion. Also he goes with temorary harems... take that as you will. The story is fair so far. It isn't the most original premise. Character who comes from here uses the skills he already learned to make it elsewhere with the addition of special magic that he has because we need our character to be special. What is really nice though is that he isn't a prideful guy at all. He acts well and that makes him likeable. Thank goodness because we focus on him almost the entire time. The side characters are fairly well written too, however the more minor the character the less well written they are. Animation is par for the course I would say. Nothing to special and occasionaly there are less than stellar moments. I wish shadow colors were more vibrant. It would give the overall scene a nice pop. Action scenes could also be given better direction. Sound track is also par for the course although the music before the end of each episode is a little too exciting sounding in some episodes, like when he's walking down a hall and we queue the electric guitar because walking is exciting. I may be looking really nit picky here but honestly it's a fair show. Check it out and enjoy it would be my recommendation. update: writing takes a hit. Still check it out if you are interested.
I don't care what anyone says about the repetitive nature of isekai's. I love them and I could churn through a thousand more before I get bored of them. It is very similar to other ones but with slight differences. I am always happy when I find a new isekai to watch and this was just as enjoyable as the rest. If you are like me then I am sure you will enjoy this one just like the rest of them!
BLAND, that's the entire series and mc summarized in one word it is your typical isekai series, dude dies, gets reincarnated in another world with op powers. this one here follows the trope of a nonroyal dude getting into a royal academy for the noble. and like in most of the cases he is bullied by the nobles. But one difference was that he does not seek revenge, which i feel is quite new the mc has zero personality, he has his moments but those are far and wide, and why the hell does that 16ish-year-old look like a freaking kid of 10 years (the female teacher) the story is pretty bad and the pace, and its very booooooring EXCEPT for the storyline where he tries to find the other guys who got reincarnated as well. So if that tickles your isekai bone, do go ahead. the mc looks just like kirito from SAO it is again ur typical isekai but with less fan service( which may or may not be a letdown) it's up to you if you want to watch it, for someone who wants a serious plotline - skip it.
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