She, the guildchief of the modern hidden clan , good at medical voodoo, and assassination, was treated as the perverted talent in the eyes of the world. After an accidental death, she reborn in a disfigured girl. Was her identity changed? Was returning to the family hopeless? Identity could be abandoned, the family could be given up, but if I did not revenge the person who had harmed the predecessor, could I be worthy of the name of the talented doctor? Once the storm awoken, the heroes would be fighting for hegemony! And see how she went to the world in a red dress, with a sword challenging a group of heroes!
Below average power fantasy. The art was a serious turn off, showcasing tons of awkward motion. I especially hate how dislike the story's portrayal of 'disfiguredness' not in the form of anything artistically challenging, but in the form of some tiny scars lazily spread on her face. The villans make terrible descisions despite, well, becoming influential with what I assume were smart tactics. The main character is an asshole, but I won't comment too much on that because I'm barely into the story. I will say that she's an asshole. Whether the source author uses this to incentivise character development is beyond me.