The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady

Alt title: Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei

Vol: 4+; Ch: 30+
2020 - ?
4.145 out of 5 from 492 votes
Rank #1,270
The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady

"If I could use magic, I would fly in the sky. ..." Unable to use magic, Princess Annisphia of the Kingdom of Palettia uses memories of her past life to create the new field of “magicology,” and make her dreams come true. While test-flying her new witch’s broom, she happens across Euphilia, a magical genius having her engagement unjustly and publicly broken off. Seeing the tears in Euphilia’s eyes, Annisphia hatches a plan to kidnap the girl and take her home! 

Source: Yen Press

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This is a very interesting and good series. The story follows princess, who as young girl remembers her past life in our world. She becomes passionate about magic, because it exists in this world. However, there is a catch she lacks ability to use it. She has no powers. She dedicates her life to research of magic in order to grant herself ability to use magic. Due to her obsession and chaotic nature, she becomes the problematic kid in eyes of other people especially her parents, even if they have certain respect for her abilities and contributions to the kingdom. The story starts with the very commonly used trope of “evil lady” character getting her engagement to prince, younger brother of MC, publicly dissolved as she is accused of bullying another girl, which drew close to her fiancé the prince. This trope is built on the premise “evil lady” is in fact innocent. This became so common thing some series try to subvert this trope even further to make things more interesting. This story is one of such subversions, because at that crucial moment the princess testing her flying broomstick crash-lands at the spot. Given the circumstances she decides on the whim to take beautiful “evil lady” Euphyllia for herself, as an assistant, setting GL/yuri themes in the story from the very beginning. The GL element is there throughout the story as the relationship evolves between the two characters. The series does not contain any sexual scenes nor other forms of physical affection between lovers so far. It’s rather platonic. The isekai settings might discourage some, but this series isn’t your typical isekai. The isekai element is rather insignificant. The strong element is the chemistry and interactions between characters. The chaotic and free spirit nature of the princess brings many comical moments including such things as dealing with her parents and other nobles. It has element of adventure with some epic fights albeit so far there was only one [1] as part of the main story arc. It has some mystery [2] as well as the MC is discovering new things related to magic. Visually the series looks good. I love characters’ expressions and how some funny situations are presented. GL moments are done well too. Overall, very enjoyable manga. Highly recommend, if you like fantasy, yuri/GL and occasional action and comedy. Japanese difficulty 4/10 (see my profile for details about various difficulty scores) This series has furigana on most text. The text density feels to be only slightly above average manga. Fantasy terminology applies as well as some keigo, because there are nobles. This review is written after reading 4 volumes (all existing at the time). Spoilers [1] Together with Euphyllia she slays a dragon in epic showdown. [2] The investigation what caused the initial confrontation between Euphyllia and the prince.

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