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Villains Are Destined to Die

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Your Throne

Your Throne

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?

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Reasons you might like Your Throne...

rosieunnix rosieunnix says...

cause it's about villainess and strong fl and time travel         loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

keithashiyami keithashiyami says...

Both stories adopt a dark tone when female MCs take on the role of villainess to rise victorious in the battle for the throne.

MinRei MinRei says...

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. 

bunnyfafa bunnyfafa says...

-Both were given "villainess" circumstances in life and struggle to surpass the life given to them. 

-Both MC's are super strong 

ayase9684 ayase9684 says...

Not really saying much. Read it and you will understand. ^_^

I reccomend it both ways. 

manmeetalyan manmeetalyan says...

Okay this is literally my favourite comic ever and yall have to read it . I read it before I read death is the only ending for the villainess . I HIGHLY recommend it

Amayalee Amayalee says...

There is a compelling darkness and character relation. 

Its hard to explain in words, they just give off similar vibes. 

downsesamestreet downsesamestreet says...

Your Throne is less of a romance and isekai and more of a thrilling story of two women learning their strengths. It's a very different story, but in both stories the FL is a strong convincing lead. Both are misunderstood as the villain, but in Villains are Destined to Die it's hard to refer to her as a villain. Medea in Your Throne is a much more convincing villainess who takes the reins. I rate Your Throne an 8/10, and Villaines Are Destined to Die 7/10. (so far.)

I Am the Real One

I Am the Real One

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?

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chubaka chubaka says...

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.

elena2003 elena2003 says...

I like both 

I like the kind of consepts the storys have 

And the art is amazing 

trinnnnnie trinnnnnie says...

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 ♡♡

keithashiyami keithashiyami says...

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.

Yeikita Yeikita says...

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.

jesslina jesslina says...

yess i loved this how she went back in time and had the chance to do everything she could im currently reading this so i highly recommend this manwha!!

Quintyweeb Quintyweeb says...

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

                                            

AthyFairy AthyFairy says...

similar concept i feel like family around FL distrust her and FL feels betrayed/abandoned by family

I Fell into a Reverse Harem Game!

I Fell into a Reverse Harem Game!

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?

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Reasons you might like I Fell into a Reverse Harem Game!...

MinRei MinRei says...

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.

shakbait123 shakbait123 says...

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.

katpatnat katpatnat says...

all of them are in a game where its reversed harem . they are both villians .and they try to  get the main leads attention

Caqu Caqu says...

The mc are strong, and they both are villaines, the story is also amazing and there is many hot boys

AthyFairy AthyFairy says...

If you like reverse harem both are great read

love how fl is clever and doesnt fall over heels over men or trust easily

downsesamestreet downsesamestreet says...

Both FL are reincarnated into a video game's universe as the villain character. They both must navigate the world in a very controlled fashion almost completely predetermined. Villains Are Destined to Die is overall much better written and much more intriguing. I rate Villains Are Destined to Die an 8/10, and I Fell into a Reverse Harem Game! a 6/10.

Solitary Lady

Solitary Lady

Noblewoman Hillis Inoaden has had many lives so far (seven, to be exact) but she has always been regarded the same in all of them: meek, submissive, and a pest. But in her eighth resurrection, she no longer bends to the nobles that encircle her, nor does she continue to live in the shadows of her wicked brother and stepsister. With a sacred power passed down from her lineage and the title of Family Head, she sets out for revenge and to change the grave destiny that awaits her.

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Neveresta Neveresta says...

Both of these manhwa deal with strong and independent female characters, who are both trying to change their fate and use previous knowledge to avoid death. It has interesting plot and great characters.

adelaine adelaine says...

They are both treated like 'spare' for the other sister. Both are mistreated. Both are seen as irrelevant that people around them treats them however they want even if their family are of high position.

Amayalee Amayalee says...

They both have female leads that have been abused to the point that they take on an apathetic emotion. They are done with their families and will not take more. Solitary lady fights against those who betrayed her constantly, her story is tragic and filled with abuse just like penelopes was. They are both dark and compelling stories.

AthyFairy AthyFairy says...

she is mistreated by family and tries to change fate using previous knowledge to avoid death flags

simawiy simawiy says...

i love reincarnation manhwas with psychological damage and this two series are really well written 👏 if you liked Solitary Lady I think you'll like death is the only ending for the Villainess so i recommended it 

Roxana

Roxana

Kidnapping, murder, and risqué relationships! Within the scandalous pages of The Abysmal Flower, the downfall of Roxana Agrece’s criminal family is already foretold. So when Cassis Pedelian, the heroine’s older brother, is kidnapped by Roxana’s father, she can either wait for the heroine’s revenge... or take matters into her own hands, since Cassis is the key to her survival. But with deceitful characters on all sides, can Roxana and Cassis trust each other enough to bring down the brutal Agreces?

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RozeDragon RozeDragon says...

Both include a female lead whose main goal is survival. They are constantly faced with the threat of death, and most of their familial relationships are on very unstable or bad terms. Both main characters also assume a cold-hearted and strong stance in order to survive and are willing to do what it takes to avoid death. The plot of both manhwa also follows a more serious theme and focuses more on their goals rather than anything else. 

nathanathan nathanathan says...

They both have a much more realistic and well-paced storyline, and the female lead doesn't get trampled over like a naive little girl compared to many other manhwas.

MinRei MinRei says...

The story share the theme of survival, having to walk on egg shells around the other prominent characters.

The two differ in the sense that one feels like the realistic version of survival, having to reject others by paving her own path and the other basically accepted the crazy in her system in order to not break down.

The two also have great art, one is pastel like while the other is dark.

Amayalee Amayalee says...

Both have compelling story lines and are dark, with empatheticness. Roxanne is surrounded by villains everywhere and must fight to retain sanity. She like Penelope are in a dark situation and act on their knowledge to stay alive. 

piinkrabbit piinkrabbit says...

One of the best, main character is dark, a bit psyco, stands by her choices. It's not an everyday romance!!

Harley Takes the House

Harley Takes the House

Harley thought that marriage would be her ticket out of the Ernst household and away from the family’s three sons, aka her perpetual tormenters. But on the eve of her wedding, she’s transported back in time 20 years to a youth she’d hoped to forget. As long as she’s getting a second chance at childhood, Harley’s determined to stand up to her bullies. But what began as retaliation quickly turns into reconciliation as both Harley and the Ernst brothers come to understand each other’s pain.

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chubaka chubaka says...

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.

Maneatingdoll Maneatingdoll says...

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

keithashiyami keithashiyami says...

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.

downsesamestreet downsesamestreet says...

Villains Are Destined to Die and Harley Takes the House couldn't be more different besides the isekai genre. "VADD" is much more intriguing, and more of a heart wrenching tale of a woman reincarnated as the misunderstood and mistreated villainess. It's a stronger story overall. In Harley Takes the House it is clearly setting up to be a romantic tale, and is taken much more light hearted. I personally had to drop Harley Takes the House because it was dry, and repetitive. There is a weird sort of incest in Harley Takes the House which was also really weird. I rate Villains Are Destined to Die an 8/10, and Harley Takes the House a 4/10.

Kill the Villainess

Kill the Villainess

Eris Miserian just wants to die. Being overworked and underappreciated in the real world wasn’t great, but living as the villainess in a romance novel is even worse. If Eris can die in the novel, she might be able to return to reality, but the story won’t let her. Desperate to escape a life as the protagonist’s tormentor, she sets off on a journey with the help of a witch, a knight, and a high priest. Can she find her way back to her friends and family, or is Eris doomed to a fictional future?

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Reasons you might like Kill the Villainess...

MinRei MinRei says...

The mcs share similar yet different circumstances about being transported into a different world and taking over a body that isn't theirs.

On one hand we have a person trying her best to survive while the other is just so done with her situation and accepts that she cannot die (and possibly return to her world) until her role in the story is over.

Another thing note worthy is that sometimes when the mcs experience something like unfairness brought by their role or unexpected kindness from other characters they think about the original owner of the body. Things like is this how you felt  or you deserve to be the one hearing this apology pop into their mind and thus making the proginal characters more interesting rather than just an excuse to give the mc a handicap in terms of relationship with other characters.

Glassblower45 Glassblower45 says...

I agree that these two stories should be recommended together.

The transmigrators of these stories are truly trapped in their villainess roles. Many other villainess stories I've read are people who deviate from the villainess role in some way. Kill the Villainess and Villains Are Destined to Die, however, have more unique challenges and empathetic protagonists that immerse you into their personality and circumstances. The prisons of these transmigrated-into-a-villainess protagonists are constructed differently. Yet the limited power to "deviate from the original story" rings true to these stories. Definitely check the other out if you've been reading Kill the Villainess or Villains Are Destined to Die.

mildzeal mildzeal says...

The FL is not enjoying her time as the villianess... Main premise for both while VDD has the FL fighting for life KV has the FL desperate for death. 

Amayalee Amayalee says...

Both female leads aren't cookie cutters of the normal plot, both are fighting to get back to where they want to be, and both aren't goodie two shoes in getting there. Both are psychological and realistic in the portrayal of one who is in an isekaied world, neither just accept their isekaied and fight to change their fate. The darkness of this one is reminiscent of death is the only ending for the villainess, instead of fighting to live however she is fighting to die.

Just Leave Me Be

Just Leave Me Be

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?

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HudsonLikeRiver HudsonLikeRiver says...

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.

SadnessFooties SadnessFooties says...

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.

4minar 4minar says...

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

The Villainess's Days are Numbered!

The Villainess's Days are Numbered!

I’ve been reborn as Clea Rino, the world’s most wicked villainess! Before her death, Clea made a deal with the Demon King to marry her true love, Isaac Detroi. To get my life back, I must fulfill that contract for just six months. Guess I didn’t read the fine print, because her body is weak. I lose 1 HP with every step! With time ticking, I’m signing over her family’s fortune for Isaac’s hand in marriage. It’s purely business, so why am I catching feelings? Who knew this villainess had a heart?

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MissBlueSunglasses MissBlueSunglasses says...

Both of the FLs are living in worlds that are affected by game choices. Both FLs are transmigrated into the games from their respective worlds and must complete the conditions requested of them in order to return. Both FLs must acquire the love of the ML(s) to succeed. Also both of the FLs are considered to be villainesses.In "Death is the only ending for the Villainess", the world is actually a love simulation video game which contrasts with "Happy ending for the Time-Limited Villainess" in which the main character finds herself in a new situation because of a demon guy. 

QueenWolfy QueenWolfy says...

It's similar but they both have a different vibe there realy good tho I would recomend both................................................

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downsesamestreet downsesamestreet says...

Both FL's are reincarnated as the villainess in a video game-like world. Both must build relationships with respective ML's to survive. Villains Are Destined to Die is better so far but Villainess' Days are Numbered is still quite good. If you enjoyed Villains Are Destined to Die you will definitely enjoy Villainess' Days Are Numbered. and vice versa.

Karina's Last Days

Karina's Last Days

Though gifted with an ability to bring her drawings to life, Karina Leopold spent her years in the shadow of her famous siblings, forced to be the good daughter her parents wanted. But when she’s told that a deadly disease will kill her in a year, she offers a deal to her fiancé, Milian Pastellio, with the goal to live the remainder of her days far from her family’s reach. Much to her surprise, their encounter proceeds to change them both in a way she never imagined…

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chocolatier chocolatier says...

Both have similar themes making you root for the mc while leaving room for sympathy, the families gaining some understanding of what they've done 😏, and gaining a better life...And hopefully both will live....... Draws you in with beautiful art and makes you love and hate characters at every turn

AthyFairy AthyFairy says...

Family background is simile where both fl were disregarded by family 

so fl grew up emotional abuse

calko calko says...

The Terminally Ill manhwa is quite similar to Villains are Destined to Die. Both main characters are repressed in their early lives by their family. Due to this, they are both affected and act a certain way, taking all the crap thrown their way with a composed face. They both change throughout the story learning that they don't have to listen to other people and can do what they want. I think both male leads are good too, though the one in Villans Are Destined to Die has a bad first impression.

Anyways, Villains Are Destined to Die is a good manhwa and vice versa.