Astrid von Oldenburg is no ordinary four-year-old. She’s a child prodigy with a passion for military technology who now finds herself reincarnated in the world of an otome game she played during her past life. But not as the heroine! As the game’s villainess, she's born with wealth, power, and a fearsome talent for magic. The only problem is that every route leads to her inevitable destruction. Or does it? What if averting her destruction was a simple matter of amassing enough firepower to annihilate anyone who dared even attempt to bring her down?! In a bid to resist fate, the young villainess embarks on the reproduction of all of her favorite weaponry. Whatever it takes, Astrid’s determined to blow away her bad ends with superior firepower!
Source: J-Novel Club
you take this story as seriously as you take the entire new wave of isekai's. its fun and stupid and i reconmend this to the people who still like the genere but are very much fed up with how powerless the girls are made in the whole "reincarnated as a princess or fiance" speal. I liked reading it. the one issue i have with this is quite personal. why is a so called gun otaku who does nothing but make weapons and train her magic to be deadly never actually kill anyone? like she's obessed with making weapons of mass destruction but fills them with rubber bullets and such? boo.
The series is a fun but mindless read, there are no real threats and the story presented is treated as a joke. The story is light hearted and fun, with serious implications that haven't been brought up yet (42 chapters in). The characters who are given the spotlight are mostly unique and add to the story, though they haven't been fleshed out yet. Overall, worth a read if you want something lighthearted after a more serious / cynical work.
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