Akari was a typical game-loving 16-year-old girl who lived with her mother, until a fateful accident left her an orphan. A year later, she makes a fateful wish on a game cartredge to be a great mother for a family of her own—only to be swept through a portal into another world! She finds she's been summoned as the "priestess from another world"...whose role is to become mother to the children of the demon king himself?!
I disliked this, though I think it was inevitable that I'd think so because I'm not really the target audience. Although I do have personal distate for this type of story in general, I didn't think it was very good anyway. The characters are rather flat and I didn't find any of them espcially endearing. Ari's main personality trait is being kind and she's not really explored outside her nuturing role to her childern and the demons around her. The art, especially of the female characters, was a bit too sexulized for my taste as well. I thought that it was a little strange that they made the main character, who's main role is to be a mother, sixteen years old right after her mother, her only fmaily member, died. Baby fever is a thing, but she really just wished for a family as a teen while still greving her mother's death, and boom, suddenly pops out ten children with a who-knows-how old demon. I also really don't like babies so all the "cute" children just distanced me further.
The plot is incredibly straightforward and cliche- humans at war with demons and a person is summoned to help deal with the problem, albeit, not in humanity's favor. Akari as a main character is a pretty one dimensional character whose personality and role is the story can be summed up as 'Cute emotional girl who wants to protect her friends but is weak.' However, the main pull of the manga isn't the story itself nor the characters or literally much of anything else that most people would consume media for. Its stupid and its fun. This manga is stupid and you're not suppose to put too much thought into it, its like overexplaining a joke. The whole punchline of the show is the main character becoming pregnant through every other means except sex itself and rapidly pumping out cutely chaotic demon babies. Its not exactly high class. But its something you can mindlessly watch while enjoying the visuals of a cute girl with equally cute babies ending up in absurd scenarios. Who, of course, end up getting saved by some hot guys or the babies themselves stepping up to protect their mama. There is plot and there are characters, but they're both just there to help shove down the cuteness and strange comedy. They're not the main focus here. There is some potential of both becoming more relevent thanks to some light world building and foreshadowing - but I doubt it. To summarize, don't overthink it.
The story is heart felt and touching. Basically the demon king needs a wife and akari was chosen for the role. Throughout the story they become a heartwarming family working together and having cute moments. For the borthing process they don't do the "deed" she births out eggs bc of a potion she drank. It's a mix between weird and funny but I like it!
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