Isekai Mokushiroku Mynoghra: Hametsu no Bunmei de Hajimeru Sekai Seifuku

Alt title: Mynoghra the Apocalypsis: World Conquest by Civilization of Ruin

Vol: 2+; Ch: 12+
2020 - ?
4.472 out of 5 from 617 votes
Rank #976
Isekai Mokushiroku Mynoghra: Hametsu no Bunmei de Hajimeru Sekai Seifuku

I reincarnated as an evil god. Ira Takuto succumbed to illness at a young age and ended up reincarnating in a world that resembled the strategy simulation game, "Eternal Nations", of which he loved playing when alive. What appeared in front of him was Atou, a girl belonging to the evil civilization that he used to play as, "Mynoghra". The two of them decided to create a new country in this world once again.

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The Potential of this series is definitely there. It has a similar kingdom-building by "evil" forces vibe that some other isekai stories (like Overlord or That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime) have also played around with. Kingdom-building stories themselves already have some interesting space to play around in and can be done just fine with non-evil characters, but having the protagonists be seen as "evil" by others in the world allows for some built-in tension with surrounding groups and also for built-in justifications to have the characters act in cruelly pragmatic or in anti-hero sorts of ways. Ira Takuto sees femself as a pacifist and would prefer if the country fe was building didn't end up in conflicts, but fe's entirely willing to have feir subordinates be violent if need be. Feir closest confidante is Atou, who has skewering tentacles which remind me of the appendages from Tokyo Ghoul. So far, the kingdom of Mynoghra solely consists of Takuto, Atou, a couple gross bug-like scouts, and a group of dark elf refugees. But they are planning on expanding their forces and their influence in order to better survive (and to sorta recreate the motivations within the game). Takuto can summon "heroes" and other things with mana--which itself is generated in ways which aren't horribly important. I'm on board with most everything that's happened so far and I'm interested in seeing where this manga takes things. I think the cutest part so far is how Takuto is seen as a shadowy silhouette, and how fe doesn't even realize that that's how people perceive fem. Atou seems a tad bloodthirsty and sadistic, but fe's still a pretty good character. There have been a handful of various side characters introduced so far, and they've all been fine, but they haven't been horribly memorable or anything. And Takuto is also acceptable as a main character, but I feel that over time fe might end up coming across as more bland than anything. But that might just be me being pessimistic. I do like the series so far, so maybe it'll just keep getting better from here on out. [Reviewed at chapter 10]

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