What good is being reborn as the duke's daughter when you're the shame of the family? While her siblings were talented and beautiful, poor Sylvia was called fat and ugly, with a rumored bad personality to boot. Acting out for her cold father's attention only got her exiled from home and made her take her own life. But when the new "Sylvia" wakes up five years before her death, she could care less about the snarky opinions of others–she'll live this life her own way. In a world crawling with demons and thieves, she must use all the resources at her fingertips and prepare to survive on her own. Once she does, it's goodbye to her family and the naysayers... so why are the people who never cared about her before starting to take an interest in her?
This is when transmigiration becomes unnecessary, even becoming a hindrance to a better story telling. Since the mc didnt experience all of those hardships herself and just got info dumped to her as memories rush through her head, the times when she overcomes something its not satisfying at all.The art is okay though sometimes the mc looks weird with super long legs. I dont care for any of the characters.Also, the mana thing was the most obvious and cheap way to make your character lose weight, sure she'll just shed off the weight right there and then. Just make the characters thin in the first place.
I only read three chapters, and it was enough to give up on any hope I had about the story getting better. It MIGHT get better later on, but the start is pretty cringy. The initial characters all have unrealistic personalities, and the story is kinda overly idealistic. I don't want to be overly aggressive about this tho, and I will add that some people might enjoy this. But I personally cringed enough to drop it at the third episode, and do not plan to giving it a second chance. The art is promising, but all the characters look alike and dollish.
A nice and lightweight read. By lightweight I mean, that there aren't a lot of struggles for the MC. One plan after another succeeds (in one way or another). You could say, the main plot of this is not MC's struggling to become stronger, but for her to get things done. Since everything, more or less, falls into her hands by coincidence, it sometimes feels like the story is eventless. But if you've read your few dozen aristocracy manhwas with female MCs that usually are full with betrayal, evil plots and scheming characters, then this is a nice change of pace, at least for once. You just have to know what you're about to read and you have to be in the mood for it. I like the MC a lot and there are no annoying side characters that only exist for delaying the plot or to treat some viewers fetishes (like being a potential ML, even though you already know they won't become the ML, because you've read your fair share of similar stories). That is a huge plus for me, since there usually is AT LEAST one such annoying and useless side characte. They totally ruin everything for me whenever I see their faces and read their dumb and meaningless lines.Well, tbh, there is one useless character constantly training to become her knight, while she's completely OP. Well, he will probably become the ML, so he should be displayed as hardworking and dedicated, I guess. Fortunately, he doesn't appear that often (even though every chapter he appears, I'm disappointed, because the chapter I waited long for only contains their childish wanna-be romance lines and cliches that I'm so tired of especially with a characterless character, if you know what I mean), Well, just scroll over it, it's meaningless anyways. Almost all the other parts of the story are still superb!
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