Noble Reincarnation: Born Blessed, So I’ll Obtain Ultimate Power - Reviews

Alt title: Kizoku Tensei: Megumareta Umare kara Saikyou no Chikara ga Eru

Noble Reincarnation: Born Blessed, So I’ll Obtain Ultimate Power
MangaXexperts's avatar
Apr 2, 2022

There are many nobility type manga's which try to show the inner workings of the empire and show a power struggle between the different princes over throne but this one really nails it. The main character is a reincarnated person so he has a lot more experience of real life then a newborn baby which gives him a head start. He is overpowered from the start and he is not just simply overpowered he also uses his brain a lot gets out of situation which can lead to war or jealousy just by using his brain. The art is gorgeous. The characters are also decent but they are most of the times overshadowed by the awesomeness of the main character. The overall story is also good and it develops more with each passing chapter. Overall it's an awesome manga with light kingdom building and managing elements in it. Some sites have bad translation so be careful. 

9/10 story
9/10 art
8/10 characters
9/10 overall
apoc9's avatar
Aug 29, 2022

Pretty straightforward overpowered character fantasy series. The main protagonist is reincarnated as the thirteenth prince of the Empire. The reincarnation aspect serves mostly as excuse for MC to act in more adult manner and gives him some pre-existing knowledge, but the story would work even without it. The MC is ludicrously OP and his power raises as he gathers loyalty of people serving him and legendary artefacts with powerful spirits [1]. The gist of the story is to follow the MC through key moments in his life as he raises in power, recognition of others. He is likely to end up as the next ruler despite being pretty down on the list of succession. I enjoyed the series so far. It has political intrigue, MC using his power to enforce justice, etc. Visually it looks quite good. I’ve no issues in that regard, but there are several obvious flaws in the story. Mainly concerning the genius solutions, which wouldn’t work in reality. For an example selling titles for money by king. It has been done in France and it was disaster. It’s pretty much unsustainable model in long run and it grew resentment between nobles and rich commoners, but I digress. I should mention there are time-skips. The first is sensible from infancy to the point, where the MC is six years old. It’s followed by single arc, after it ends the story jumps to the point, where the MC is twelve and later into his fifteenth year.

Overall, I do enjoy the series, but it’s bit on one note without much anything else.

Release frequency: based on two latest releases, it would be 8 months between each volume release.

Japanese difficulty 6/10 (see my profile for details about various difficulty scores)

This series is classic seinen without furigana and has good deal of terminology related to politics of kingdom, etc. It isn’t suitable for beginners.

This review is written after reading 5 volumes (all existing at the time).


[1] The artefacts he acquires are part of set, which he manages to complete.

5/10 story
8/10 art
5/10 characters
5/10 overall
Ve1lyn's avatar
Jan 12, 2022

I have seen my fair share of trashy cliche manga, and I have always loved them. Even though they were trash I would defend it from people who absolutely hated even a little bit of cliche. Well I gave this context just to say that I do love cliche manga so I know when it is a good one but this is next level trash.

It was a pain to read, it was so boring.... its basically for people who want to read something before they catch a flight, simply put, its rushed as fuck.

Just dont read it.

3/10 story
7/10 art
3/10 characters
2/10 overall
Chaosscythe's avatar
Sep 12, 2022

It's a masterpiece 100% worth reading, what's most captivating about this Manga is the Mc's pure charisma and brains

The story is a total cliche breaker aside from the op Mc aspect, as usually these types of Mangas are an isekai where Mc improves the country with future knowledge, while this Manga is the perfect implantation of the saying '' people are treasures '' as the Mc uses his smarts to recruite talented people which in turn improves his own skills. 

9/10 story
8/10 art
10/10 characters
9/10 overall
nathandouglasdavis's avatar
May 3, 2022

I'm not very impressed with Noah's actions. Fe often just seems to throw money around to solve problems, without much explanation as to why those expenditures are actually wise choices. In fact, there's at least one point where Noah seems to treat anti-frugality as the proper course of action for nobles. But this way of flippantly buying businesses and handing out sacks of mucho money just seems like it would fuck up the local economy and lead to unfair advantages given to people who happened to encounter Noah.

I'm also not the biggest fan of the mechanics behind Noah's powers--specifically with how easily fe's been accumulating these various possessed weapons and rings, but also just with the general way that Noah gets ridiculous power boosts to femself from the simple act of having subordinates.

I also find it strange how Noah is initially portrayed as having integrity in regards to following the laws of the land, but then we straight-up see fem faking getting stabbed in order to have some people murdered (because their deaths were politically helpful). 

[Reviewed at chapter 18]

3/10 story
3/10 art
2/10 characters
2/10 overall