One day when leaving work, Ars Louvent dies and is reborn as a weak aristocrat in another world. Using his “Appraisal” skill, which lets him see the stats of others, he recruits the best people to his side in order to turn his country’s fortunes around.
So, I really like this one, it has a lot of potential and the art is fun- the biggest negative is the isekai racism. (It’s not the main character.) It isn’t even ‘fantastic’ or fantasy racism like elves or furry people, it’s just straight up ‘he has dark skin and is from another country’ racism and it is not handled well in the story. Saying there’s no way someone of his race could be talented and looking at him like garbage until he proves himself and then everybody just. Is fine with him, though they’re like ‘wow I can’t believe someone with his skin color could be so great’ and its… very uncomfortable. I don’t like how that’s handled or how awkwardly inconsistent they are with it. Most everything else, I find just hovering a bit above average. The characters are pretty fun (but racist, not over that) and I like the world building that’s going on. It’s got a lot of clichés, but that’s hard not to have in any isekai seeing as isekai is so done and redone and redone. But it’s not crap tier isekai, it doesn’t have a million girls falling over him from chapter 1, he’s not OP, he just has a special skill and memories of being a salaryman who played some strategy games on occasion. (That said, there is still a ‘helpless slave girl’ who needs to be saved by a 3-year-old boy and grows boobs in like one chapter but it’s Japan.) The art is fun, too. Very expressive and cute, I really like it. Let’s get one thing straight tho, ultimately: In this house. We adore Ritsu. (servant boy) That is all.
An empty shell at best, as of chapter 68 nothing much is happening, yes finally we start the war arc but mc is as hopeless as ever.
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