I reincarnated into the "Villainess Eumiella" from an RPG Otome game. In the main story, Eumielle's merely a side character, but after the ending, she reenters the story as the Hidden Boss, a character on par to the Heroes with her high stats!! Lighting a fire in my gamer's soul, and taking advantage of being left on my own in my parent's territory, I train! Train! And at the end of my training... By the time I enter the academy, I managed to reach level 99. Though I had planned to live out my days as inconspicuously and peacefully as possible, soon after entering the school, I'm suspected by the Heroine and Love Interests of being the "Demon Lord"...?
The mc is OP as hell, but I like how it's done because she's pretty socially awkward and her massive power is used for comedic affect so she isn't really a Mary Sue. They didn't go with the trope of the crown prince falling in love with her instead of the heroine either, and the ML actually recpescts the MC as a person before he begins to fall for her. their interactions are pretty cute and funny.
I am reading manga version and light novel version simultaneously. Suprisingly, I loved the both versions! 8/10 I would recommend to take a time to read both versions. I found light novel version here. Great story and artwork!
This manga has the plain-old setup of a college-aged Japanese girl getting reincarnated into the body of a 5-year-old villainess from an otome game. With plenty of years to prepare before the game was set to begin, our protagonist is… reasonable? A protagonist who acts logically and sets forth a plan to avoid the triggers that would give her a bad end? Are we sure this is an isekai? She is also super O.P. in a fantasy world with magic and levels, so don’t expect any real tension. In fact, she becomes too strong to continue the narrative of a normal life and becomes an outcast who is constantly misunderstood in comedic ways. The manga has quite a lot of charm, and the characters actually have some depth. With that being said, the first chapter is very rough, as it’s a lot of (unnecessary) exposition, but once you get past that, it becomes a pleasure to read. It truly is a solid, comedic isekai.
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