I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level

Alt title: Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max ni Nattemashita

Vol: 14+; Ch: 80+
2017 - ?
3.755 out of 5 from 1,052 votes
Rank #15,214
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level

Ordinary office lady Azusa Aizawa died due to overwork. For that reason, when she finds herself reborn as an immortal witch with the appearance of a 17-year-old, she decides to live an easy-going life. Her main source of income is collecting magic stones that drop off the slimes that live in the nearby forest and selling them at the nearby village's guild. After doing this for the last 300 years, she's unknowingly become a level 99 witch, the most powerful of all.

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*********************************************** It’s a alright slice of life. It’s about a young woman who died of overwork and reincarnated as an immortal witch. And after killing slimes for 300 years, she’s really OP now though she’s OP this isn’t action focused it’s focused on her day to day life with monster girls and with a tiny bit of fan service ***********************************************   Story 5/10   *********************************************** There’s no real objective in this story other then living peacefully which is vague, so I don’t know what to say about the story though I will say this, I have read slice of life that does a better job than this (“the savior’s book cafe in another world” it feels like there’s an actual purpose) but that doesn’t mean this is bad, other then being a little generic it’s fine. The character interactions don’t seem that realistic but I can look past that since it’s not jarring. The pacing is a little quick but it’s not super quick so it’s fine ***********************************************   Art 4/10   *********************************************** The art is alright but I don’t like how it has a chibi sort of art style, they look kinda like children and in turn of it being chibi art style, the clothes are rather simplistic without much detail to them. *********************************************** Characters 5/10   *********************************************** The characters are alright but they don’t feel real, like it’s kind of like they’re ai they have a set command they’ll only do what they’re designed to do, so they’ll never grow for what I mean here’s an example, humans are forever changing after experiencing something they’ll change but these characters don’t. The character relationships are rather one dimensional and there relationships progress rather quickly. ***********************************************   Overall 5/10   *********************************************** It’s an alright read if you want to read a day to day slice of life that features monster girls. It’s definitely not the best of it’s genre but it’s not the worst either, I did drop it though because I felt bored reading it because there’s no real purpose ***********************************************

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