The protagonist who was rarely ever at school during his middle school and high school days, is unemployed even as an adult. From morning till night, it was video games. For him who was ranked first worldwide, it was his life. One day, his character is suddenly hacked. The data was unrecoverable and there was nothing that could be done. Feeling great despair at having lost his rank that he had bet everything to achieve in a world that controlled his life, the protagonist attempts suicide. When he awakens, he finds himself inside the video game, no, it was a real world that resembled it. There, he notices that he has reincarnated into the the body of a sub character that he had created and bought premium benefits for long ago but had left neglected.
I guess women have to ruin everything almost every manga does this doing female domination just because they as a female think it makes them more empowered damned feminist
Imagine being the only player in the world who's read a game's walkthrough guide and is able to teach those around you the optimal paths to success. That's the vibe of this manga. The main character, Second, is gathering a team (/harem) and is also training and raising them up to be the best that they can be. First, fe figures out what their growth type is (which stats grow the most quickly) and then figures out their optimal role based on that. Fe femself is an all-rounder, which means that all of feir stats will grow at an equal rate. Silvia is skewed toward feir DEX and INT, so fe will be a Magic Archer. Eco has high SP and MP, but low INT, so fe would be best suited as a Paladin. And then Yukari has high DEX, STR, INT, and LUK, which are the stats that a good Blacksmith would need. Second knows the methods and conditions for acquiring skills and uses that knowledge to create focused dungeon-grinding sessions. The manga seems to be primarily about these conditions...and about the harem growing around the supposedly good-looking Second. Second's ultimate goal is to become this world's Number One. In order to do that, fe intends to gain the title (given after defeating the previous title-holder) for each of the five major combat skills--unarmed, shield, sword, spear, archery--and fe also intends to learn all five forms of each of the four sorcery elements--fire, water, wind, earth. Other than satisfying the conditions for learning the sub-skills and various forms, the process for doing this seems like it would just be grinding upon grinding. There is some stuff with politics that will likely lead to some people standing in feir way, and I'm sure other complications will arise during their journey together, but so far it's pretty basic. I should also mention that I didn't like how it oversimplified sorcery duels into being purely about timing. [Reviewed at chapter 24]
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