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A prophecy foretold that the Grand Duke would only have one water elementalist born from him. Though she lacks her father’s affection, Keira knows she’s destined for those powers. But after years of doing what was right and proper of a noble, she’s executed after the conniving Cosette appears, claiming to be the Grand Duke’s real daughter. But then—Keira wakes up with newfound purpose: make changes, allies, and even friends before it’s too late. Will it be enough before Cosette hatches her plot?
Both MC's suffered ill treatment from their families after sister's come into their lives. After reincarnating, they strive to live better lives for themselevs as well as getting on better terms with their families and friends.
Definitely recommend it if you want to read about strong females who defy fate and deserve way better.
I like both
I like the kind of consepts the storys have
And the art is amazing
Actually, I Was The Real One is a very good option if you want to read similiar to Death is the Only Ending for the Vilainess.
Both MC's traveled through time and change their personalities so that it does not end up with regret. I reccomend this very much. Many lovess ♡♡
Both female main characters suffered abuse from their family depite their efforts to gain their families' acknowledgement. Given another chance to live their lives, the main characters set out to find a better ending for their stories and hopefully find happiness along the way.
Both MC's are fighting against their known tragic future that most likely ends in death. Taking matters into their own hands. Setting misconceptions back and not holding back what they may had at one point or another. Strong protagonist who in the past/original lived everyone thought they were strong but only really became strong in this new life they vowed to change. Also it's interesting to see the parallels with their past, present, and future.
Tensions are brewing under the seemingly calm surface of the Vasilios Empire, a kingdom ruled by the Imperial Family and the Temple. Lady Medea Solon has lost her place next to Crown Prince Eros, but resolves to do whatever it will take to win back what's rightfully hers. Will she reclaim her throne?
cause it's about villainess and strong fl and time travel loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Both stories adopt a dark tone when female MCs take on the role of villainess to rise victorious in the battle for the throne.
both mc finds their selves in the shoes of another person/ character, assuming the role of a villain they struggle in order to survive. With them having to act as another person, a new perspective opens up as the story progress. For Your Throne the mc opens up the perspective of your typical main lead (being the chosen one/ holy , fiance of a prince) while the other will show how a villain is - being hated.
-Both were given "villainess" circumstances in life and struggle to surpass the life given to them.
-Both MC's are super strong
Hari got adopted by Duke Erenst at 7 years old when she lost her mother. Even though she received all kinds of persecution by the three Erenst sons, she could finally escape that blood-and-tear inducing life when she was about to get married. But what is this? When I woke up from my sleep, I'm back to that hellish childhood! Is this a dream?! Hmph. If I can't wake up from this dream, I'll at least live without too much consideration for others now! Just like that, Hari decided to go astray.
Both MCs suffer from their abusive brothers after being brought into the family to replace the missing sisters. They use their wit to oursmart their destinies. Penelope's fate is darker in that she constantly faces death flags.
Both Include female MCs that are harassed by there brothers, and that they are from a past life and try to change their situation by using prior knowledge
Both female MCs have adoptive brothers who bullied them all throughout. In their second chance at life, the MCs do their best not to be mistreated again.
At the age of eight, Katarina, a girl of noble birth in another world, has an accident that unlocks her memories–of playing an otome game that’s exactly like the life she’s living now. There’s one problem: she realizes that she’s playing the role of the villainess, and only bad endings await her! What will it take for her to “break the game” and live a happy life?
Similar plotline with great art. One big difference is that it's not as lighthearted as My Next Life as a Villainess, but I think the high stakes make it just as enjoyable. It's also similar in the sense that the people surrounding her gradually warm up and it's satisfying to see her environment improve.
This one is much more lighthearted and it's a slice of life, but it still has those satisfying moments where annoying people get what they deserve so you never feel bored. I recommend this because they're both villainess isekais.
Villains Are Destined to Die is amazing it's writing, chracter designs, and art is superior in every way. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! is just a kid friendly version of Villains Are Destined to Die. I did really enjoy both, and would recommend them to anyone interested in the whole transportated into another world genre. But I mean My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! is a good read it just is subpar when compared to Villans Are Destined to Die.
Adele was a hapless orphan until a duke gave her a choice: live as a substitute for his dead daughter, or die on the streets. Despite playing this role to the best of her ability, an order for her assassination was given shortly after he married her off. Miraculously, she is sent back in time and decides to make up for the years wasted living a lie. As ancient ruins call to her, can she use her past knowledge and unexpected help from the Black Knight to defeat the dangers ahead and change fate?
Similarities between both regarding having suffered through abuse and disrespect from 'family members' and staff. Additionally, both FL are strong and do what they can to live a good life by taking matters into their own hands.
they are both about a sweet and amazing girl being abused by her adoptive family, both have the reincarnation trope and both are just really good.
the fls story is the same, not only that but the two brother's characters are also the same. however the plot and other things are different, they're both interesting tho
I woke up in a strange bed, with not just one, but two lovers beside me! In this game of love, affection, and deception, I’m Elvia, the Imperial Princess, with a gaggle of men vying for my favor. Sounds great, right? Except this means I'm also stuck as the villainess while the main character is my manipulative maid, Arielle! She’s out to bring me down, and she’s got plans for my harem of men. But I know all her secrets, because I can see her player notifications. Can I beat her at her own game?
Behold, isekai otome game reverse harem.
Both characters have been reincarnated as a villainous character in an otome game and how do we know that? The game screen pop up.
The difference is that, in DIOEV the mc is reincarnated as the player into the game she played just in hard mode since she's the villainess. For LLIFIWRH however, she's not the player and it looks like a player is currently in action.
Both of these novels involve a character going into a video game and turning into a beautiful princess surrounded by men who love her or hate her. She is also a villain at risk of being killed.
all of them are in a game where its reversed harem . they are both villians .and they try to get the main leads attention
A lifetime as a fencing prodigy prepared Eunha for her new role as Selena Evan, novel side character and daughter of a renowned swordsman. Life isn't actually so bad after being sucked into a fictional world, but she’s doomed to meet an untimely death if she can't escape the clutches of the villainous Prince Ignus. When Selena's twin brother, Celestine, runs away before his military conscription, she has no choice but to enlist under his name to avoid getting her entire family executed. But hiding her identity won’t be so easy once Ignus takes note of her impressive sword skills and sets his sights on turning “Sir Celestine” into his top henchman. With the threat of execution looming over her head, can Selena avoid getting caught by the villain?
The two manga have a lot in common. Both mcs are strong well written females who just so happen to be transported into a game/novel they had experienced. Both mcs are attempting to change their future (death). Both mcs have had a hard past life (bad family). And to be honest they are both really great reads.
Caught by the villain is a great manga surrounding a female knight who is undercover trying to earn a wage. She unknowingly catches the Villain's eye with her skills and can defend herself perfectly.
In Villains Are Destined To Die, the main character defends her self with logic and words, waking up in an otome game set on "hard mode."
From childhood, Artezia Rosan's happiness was dependent on ensuring the success of her brother. As a master manipulator and schemer, she became his most valuable ally in seizing the empire’s throne. That’s exactly why her brother's betrayal cut so deeply when Artezia was imprisoned as punishment for all of her crimes. Soon after being rescued by Grand Duke Cedric Ebron, she vows to help him overthrow the cruel new emperor by sacrificing her own life with forbidden magic. Now waking up several years earlier back in time, she will forsake her own family to help Cedric at all costs. They say that blood is thicker than water, but can Artezia destroy her brother while her own romance blossoms amidst the chaos?
The fl are both very similar- they are trying to survive knowing what happened to them in the future (for Death yata yata its by an otome game and by TVLT its by traveling back in time). They both seem a little apathetic and dont really have any attraction to the mls at first. In TVLT the fl attempts to make the duke emperor so that she wont be killed by the emperor in her past life. In DITOEFTV the fl tries to prevent lowering the attraction points of the mls to the point where they would kill her
Set on a path to tragedy and misfortune from a young age, Aseph Randell is doomed to die a villain. That is, until the mysterious Elzay Tiathe appears in his life with a promise: "I can save you." After having vivid visions of him for so long, can Elzay untangle the twisted fate tied to Aseph... or will they both be dragged down together?
Death is the Only Ending for the Villainess has a similar "tragedy" aspect to it, despite not playing a big enough role to be labelled as one of the genres. The female protag. of this webcomic is very alert of her situation and wants to find a way to save her life. Kind of similar to the situation in The Villain's Savior, but opposite. (Instead of saving the meal lead's life, it's the own female protaganist's.) Whether or not it is the same, you'll enjoy the story as well. I know I have.
She’s always putting on that grumpy face even though she’s not actually that upset! Oh, why can’t she just be honest with herself…!? She is a tsundere, after all? When her embarrassment levels exceed a certain limit, she will explode into anger. However, the point that she’s suppressing under the surface is that she wouldn’t mind that sort of thing if it were in a less public place. As Endo-kun passionately reacts to the antics of Lady Liselotte, the villainess of an otome game, Kobayashi-san provides a painstaking breakdown of her tsundere behaviour. Suddenly, one person could hear their voices; Liselotte’s fiancée, Prince Siegward. That is where this story begins.
Honestly Endo and Kobayashi’s Live Commentary on the Villainess doesn't have as dark of a story as Villains are destined to die, but it does have a great looming threat just like Villains Are Destined to Die. Although the "villain" in Endo and Kobayashi’s Live Commentary on the Villainess isn't the main character the story does still mainly revolve around her. Both manga are attempting to save a misunderstood "villain". Although Endo and Kobayashi’s Live Commentary on the Villainess has a lot of cute sence their is so much mystery surrounding what is really going on I can't help but long for more chapters. I do think the story needs a bit more work when explaining the backrounf of characters tho. At times it is a little hard to read and it feels like it is moving at a faster pace than is should be, but I can only hope this is improved upon later in the story. Both are really good reads tho would recommend for anyone interested in misunderstood/misguided villains!