Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha no Kansatsu Kiroku

Alt title: Fiancé's Observation Log of the Self-proclaimed Villainess

Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha no Kansatsu Kiroku

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My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

At the age of eight, Katarina, a girl of noble birth in another world, has an accident that unlocks her memories–of playing an otome game that’s exactly like the life she’s living now. There’s one problem: she realizes that she’s playing the role of the villainess, and only bad endings await her! What will it take for her to “break the game” and live a happy life?

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CindayPop CindayPop says...

Both have someone that played Otome games in their past life reincarnated as the Villianess of the game.

Only here the villainess is just trying to avoid her death flags and is preparing for the worst. She's just oblivious and nice in general.

More on the romance and avoiding/ tripping those kind of flags then preparing for event flags here.

But flags are tripped and avoided in both.

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PROBABLY CONTAINS SPOILERS!

Terms to Know:

Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha no Kansatsu Kiroku/

Fiancé's Observation Log of the Self-proclaimed Villainess = FOLSPV

Otome Game no Hametsu Flag Shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei Shiteshimatta.../My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! = MNLV:ARLD

perspective character/PC = the character whose viewpoint we see the story from

heroine character = the character a person would play in an otome game. The main focus of the game is her romance with a series of potential suitors.

rival character = a character made to stand in the way of the heroine character and one of her suitors.

Both stories similar concepts with minor differences:

1. In both, a japanese high school girl reincarnates into a rival character from one of the otome games she played before her death. In both, the rival character is seen to be an airhead, but they also work very hard to reach their goals.

 - In MNLV:ARLD, the rival character is our perspective character. Her goal is to avoid the routes where her game counterpart got murdered and prepare herself for a route where she'll most likely be exiled.

- In FOLSPV, the rival character is not our perspective character. Her goal is to intentionally follow the game's storyline in the hopes of reaching the best ending, where the first prince and the game heroine end up together. This goal would cause her to become a sacrifice for the prince's happiness.

2. In both, there are 2 prince characters, an older sadistic/twisted genius prince, and a younger prince. The older prince in both is engaged to the rival character since childhood, and both 1st princes show some form of attraction to the rival character that she fails to notice.

- In MNLV:ARLD, the first prince puts on an angelic persona to hide his more sadistic personality. He sets up his engagement to the rival character. The second prince is a tsundere who ended up with a brother complex in the game.

- In FOLSPV, the first prince is our perspective character. Because the rival character is straightforward in telling him exactly what her intentions are, he has more insight into her true nature. He also uses her knowledge of the game's event to shift things around for his own amusement. Not much is said about the second prince, but his appearance in later chapters suggests that he is a "shota/cute boy" type.

3. The heroine character is not introduced until later chapters, and both use light magic.

- In MNLV:ARLD, it's hinted that the heroine character falls in love with the rival character in lieu of her actual suitors from the game. She's a genuinely nice person that comes from a commoner family. She was accepted into the academy due to her rare magic.

- In FOLSPV, the heroine character has only just been physically introduced, but she's been mentioned by the rival character in the other chapters. In the world of FOLSPV, light magic is capable of brainwashing people, which the manga hints is how the heroine made her suitors fall in love in the game.

4. From what I can tell, the light novel for FOLSPV ended after 2 volumes, meanwhile the light novel for MNLV:ARLD has 6 volumes and is still continuing.

Accomplishments of the Duke’s Daughter

Accomplishments of the Duke’s Daughter

Iris, an otome game addict with no time for romance, gets hit by a truck after getting out of work–but instead of dying, she finds herself in the world of a game she'd played just hours earlier. However, she's not reborn as the game's protagonist, the main heartthrob of the harem. Instead, she starts her new life as the antagonist, right at the moment she's being sent to live in a nunnery–for the rest of her life!

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CindayPop CindayPop says...

Both have someone that played Otome games in their past life reincarnated as the Villianess of the game.

Only here she awakened as the villianess after her bad end flags were tripped.

She now works, using her past memories, for the betterment of others and her fief.

Less with flags and more with solving problems.

Villianess point of view.

Albert-ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo Goshomou desu

Albert-ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo Goshomou desu

Noble's daughter Mary Albert, in the middle of the school opening ceremony, remembers that this world was an otome game she played in her previous life, and she turns out to be a character from that game. The Mary inside the game was a villain, harassing and interfering with the heroine, and was met with destruction at the end: the so called "villainous girl's downfall route." And so the obvious reaction is - "This isn't a joke!?" and carefully avoids the destruction end - or not! Instead she trudges headlong towards the destruction end!

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ThisGirlLovesAnime ThisGirlLovesAnime says...

In both manga's the protagonist proclaims themselves as the villainess and says they'll act mean but instead they always end up being nice to the heroine and making friends with the prince and others.

I truly recommend both of these manga's.

Otome Game no Hametsu Flag: Spin-off... Zettai Zetsumei! Hametsu Sunzen-hen

Otome Game no Hametsu Flag: Spin-off... Zettai Zetsumei! Hametsu Sunzen-hen

As she was busy bullying the honour student with the power of light magic, Maria Campbell, along with her friends, the fifteen year old daughter of a Duke Katarina Claes suddenly hit her head and remembered her previous life. Thanks to those memories, Katarina realized that she was actually the villainess of an otome game that she had played in her previous life, with a struggle to avoid the destruction flags that would lead to her doom awaiting her... Except, there's not even a year left before her destruction end!? The story of Katarina, who is on the verge of her demise, begins now...!

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Potatolife Potatolife says...

Both female main characters are extremely clueless and thick headed but cute and funny I absolutely recommend both of them because I think they have the same kind of vibe

Rekishi ni Nokoru Akujo ni Naru zo: Akuyaku Reijou ni naru hodo Ouji no Dekiai wa Kasoku suru you desu!

Rekishi ni Nokoru Akujo ni Naru zo: Akuyaku Reijou ni naru hodo Ouji no Dekiai wa Kasoku suru you desu!

After waking up as the villainess she admires so much from her favourite otome game, Alicia trains hard every day to become the greatest villainess of all time.

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Tensei Shitara Otomege no Sekai? Ie, Majutsu wo Kiwameru no ni Isogashii node Souiu no wa Kekkou desu.

Tensei Shitara Otomege no Sekai? Ie, Majutsu wo Kiwameru no ni Isogashii node Souiu no wa Kekkou desu.

When the duke's daughter Alice was five years old, she realized that her world is exactly like that of a particular otome game. As far as she's concerned, this world where magic and magical beasts are commonplace is paradise?! With good-looking boys and fluffy beasts all around, not to mention her cute school friends and dangerous rivals... what more of a dramatic isekai school life could Alice ask for?

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Tensei Oujo wa Kyou mo Flag wo Tatakioru

Tensei Oujo wa Kyou mo Flag wo Tatakioru

I was reborn as a princess in the world an otome game with memories of my previous life. Wait, what? I'm the Heroine's love rival? You're kidding! I have no intention of falling in love with any of those pathetic guys, because the one I like is a support character, the Commander of the Royal Knights. Except the Heroine, after being reincarnated in this shitty game where the support characters are way better than the love interests, is threatening to bring down my own life with flags, and I am determined to strike them down.

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My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Comic Anthology

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Comic Anthology

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Rekishi ni Nokoru Akujo ni Naru zo: Akuyaku Reijou ni naru hodo Ouji no Dekiai wa Kasoku suru you desu! (Light Novel)

Rekishi ni Nokoru Akujo ni Naru zo: Akuyaku Reijou ni naru hodo Ouji no Dekiai wa Kasoku suru you desu! (Light Novel)

After waking up as the villainess she admires so much from her favourite otome game, Alicia trains hard every day to become the greatest villainess of all time.

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Akuyaku Reijou ni Narimashita.

Akuyaku Reijou ni Narimashita.

Hinase Kaede lost her life on her 15th birthday. However, her soul was thrown into Erika, the villainess of an otome game! To avoid the bad ending, she decides to not get close to the main characters of the game in order to avoid the bad end.

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