Rio was engaged to the crown prince. Then, she was unjustly accused of a grave crime. With the blade just above her head, her only wish is for peace and comfort in her next life. The very next moment, she wakes up in the past and realizes she's been given a second chance. And after a fated encounter with the "fluffy god" Leon, he agrees to stay at her side. But right as she begins to enjoy her carefree life with her new companion, the prince pays her family an unanticipated visit. Rio must now avoid becoming his betrothed at all costs, lest she is led down the doomed path once again.
At first I thought it would be interesting and I would enjoy it. But as each chapter I read, I get more confused. So I just dropped because how confused I am and in the end I got bored too. It is not I am bored because I have read 7 chapters because I can and have 200+ chapter when I hooked enough. So overall, I personally think that it was confusing and boring.
Rio has gone back in time and determined that the ultimate cause of feir problems was that fe was considered a candidate to become queen because of feir Light attribute, so fe wants to change feir attribute to something else. Magical attributes are granted by gods, and this story ends up being about Rio gathering a bunch of god allies. The attributes people can have seem to be limited to Fire, Water, Wind, Light, Earth, and Darkness/"Intervals"(?), though there's also a forbidden magic that the antagonist Charlotte has. The current plot is a history mystery where Rio is attempting to uncover how this forbidden form of magic was originally sealed and stuff related to that. There's also reincarnation and incarnations and stuff. It's very much a story about the intersection of humanity and the divine. We've met gods associated with all of the attributes, except for wind (and earth, if you don't want to count the god of the forest as relating to earth). In addition to that, we've also met a god of time and the god of creation has been alluded to (though it's a bit confusing, since it's described as three god-pillars making up the god of creation). There are very badly drawn faces and bodily proportions. The eyes are way too spread out. The background stuff can be pretty well-drawn, but the people are so ugly that it's difficult to see beyond that. I find it weird how these kids are basically just living their lives on their own with little to no adult supervision. Like, with when Rio is put in charge of being a good host and showing the crown prince around the house...as though that's just normal... [Reviewed at chapter 10]
(I have only read until chapter 4) A well thought out story, though a bit rushed, the mc is what you call "super lucky" kind of character that usually you would call abnormal (ex: Having lots of magical attributes when people usually have one, super strong, etc.) . Some character speech seems unnatural. As of now, it seems like parts are kinda forced to get the story moving.
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