Life in the Great Pulha Woodlands is the very definition of stillness and tranquility—and Acer’s had enough of it! That’s right. Acer isn’t quite like the other high elves of the forest. For starters, he remembers living a past life as a human in another world...meaning he’s got a taste for meat, adventure, and plenty of other decidedly un-elven things! He’s also bored out of his skull after 120 years of the peace and quiet of their serene sylvan lifestyle. So with nothing more than his trusty bow, a bundle of life-giving fruit, and his close bond with the spirits of nature, Acer leaves the monotony of the forest behind to seek a new life, one that’s more his pace. See what excitement awaits in the outside world full of humans, dwarves, and even other elves!
Source: J-Novel Club
This is one actually quite good. It has little to no action but its fun to read. Has logical long timeskips and interesting story. Story might get sad in the future tho
Definitely a hidden gem 💎 Only two chapters so far and I can tell this is going to be good. I'm a sucker for both isekai trash and non human main characters. So this is definitely right up my alley! I do hope the quality stays consistent. Edit: Came back a few months later to higher my rating
Trigger Warning: There are some images of abuse and nudity. It took me a couple chapters to get into, but I've come to largely enjoy this story. I will say that most of what we've seen so far is build-up. The true appeal of the story is seeing the long-term effects decades (and maybe even centuries?) down the road. That said, ever since Wynn was brought into the story, it's started focusing more on returning to places Aesir's been to before and seeing how things have changed in the years since. But if this is the extent of how the aftereffects will be handled, then I must say that it is a little disappointing. There are two ways I could see this story ultimately going: 1) it'll end after Kaeha's death (since that seems like it could be a decent cut-off point), or 2) it'll continue for generations and generations and maybe eventually end once Aesir is satisfied of traveling or something? Personally, I think I would prefer the second option, but we'll see how it goes. [Reviewed at chapter 14]
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