Eunha Cheon was just an ordinary teenage girl until she woke up one day and discovered that she was not Eunha Cheon anymore, but a witch named Blythe in a magical world. Fearful of prejudice and desirous of a quiet life, she hides the fact that she’s a witch, but this becomes tricky with the arrival of a beautiful fairy who won’t stop calling her a warrior. She doesn’t want to be a warrior or anyone’s hero. All she wants is an ordinary life… But as she learns more about her identity and her world, will she ultimately get what she wants?
Ayo, take note of the drama tag because this is a Mess of drama. Side characters knowing things the main character doesn't, the main character wanting to live peacefully, all the other characters plotting and manipulating so she can't, lies built on lies and covered with a pretty "fairy tale" not to mention the main character has a lot of mental and emotional issues from her past life too. Man, I came here for some simple, lighthearted shoujo and this was Not It. It's not BAD or anything, but it wasn't what I was expecting and that left a bad taste in my mouth. All I'm saying is not to go into it expecting cutesy basic shoujo. I'll probably revisit it later.
Dropped at Chapter 9. I just hate it when the protagonist knows nothing about what's happening around her, because in this story, it's not executed well. Pair that with a bunch of side characters who wants her to lead a life she clearly doesn't want. The MC hasn't recovered emotionally through all the pain her past life caused her. She's living her life and also has little goals that she wants in the future, like traveling. But the side characters decided that "Nope. You need to save everyone." Overall, it's a pretty common trope but it's not executed well. I've read this because I wanted to read about an empowered women with her own hero story. But all this appears to be is other people forcing her to be a hero. She might be a coerced hero then. I don't care what kind of dramatic backstory there must be. MC is tired emotionally, give her a break.
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