Ars, the prince of the Kingdom of Karitz, who was called the strongest wizard, died at a young age. But on the verge of death, he uses reincarnation magic. Reincarnated as Wals Sai, a slave with the best body! Wals, who became the escort of a princess in a small country, became a matchless slave who used her best body and magic to crush all enemies!
Not a bad read, but predicitable. It drove me crazt thinking about this: if the MC reincarnates into a child, where does the child's consiousness go? it's never addressed, so don't think too much about it. I don't regret reading it cause it does give the "oh boy he's gonna kick ass" excitment.
The story had a fairly similar premise to a few other stories, but its unqiue take at it made it quite interesting. As it went on it felt like the author wrote themselves into corners and had to kind of fix them every time. Thus by the time we got to the ending it kind of just falls flat. The big ending and some of the characters would have had a lot more impact if it was done in a manner that worked well with the rest of the story, but it kind of just was thrown in there as an attempt to make it more then what it was. Rushed endings are never good, and it seems like from a certain point the author either got bored or was told the series was gonna get axed, so they had to wrap it up within that time. Art is fine, some spots are pretty rough but for the most part its just bit over average manga. Characters are pretty cookie cutter, some have more depth then others. Overall, not a terrible read, but certainly leaves a LOT to be desired with that ending. But at least it is an ending, a lot of manga in this genre get axed and have much worse endings.
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