Ren, a ten year old orphan girl, was en route to being delivered to a corrupt merchant. However, bandits attacked the carriage she was on and caused it to plummet down the sides of a cliff. But the impact from the accident awoken her memories from a past life. She was from a world called Earth, and was once a male researcher in his mid-thirties who had died in an explosion resulting from an experiment gone awry. According to her memories for the past ten years, she had reincarnated in another world after dying and grew up in an orphanage. In order to escape a future where she would be enslaved by the merchant, Ren will draw upon the knowledge from her past life and magic aptitude for all elements, to create new forms of magic and survive in a harsh, new world alone.
Yet, another isekai series, where main character has pretty broken powers. So, what is the flavour of this isekai. There are two heavily accented aspects. The first is creation magic, which includes decent amount of building and even more cooking. It’s Dr. Stone with cheats enabled. Cheats are the magic storage space and ability to create things from basic resources or outright nothing (more costly in terms of MP). This is to be balanced by the fact aside from magic every other stat such as strength, agility, etc. are subpar. It doesn’t prevent MC to abuse her other stats and skills to come up with OP weapons. The talent is excused by the fact MC was “scientist” in previous life. The second aspect is MC’s preference for single secluded life style. It means the MC is not willing to show off and even avoids to help if not necessary. There are few additional ingredients. Those concern the main character. This is isekai, where past memories are activated after certain incident. It’s also isekai, where the soul is reincarnated into body of opposite sex (male to female). This is explored mainly by long self-gratification sessions and various devices created by MC for that purposes. If you did expect some heavily explicit images, I’ve to disappoint you. Everything is pretty much censored by showing panels with nature, finished with volcano erupting or something like that. This earns MC some pervy skill levels. What could disturb people most about the series are some flashbacks of MC’s past before her memories were restored. It contains abuse by some disgusting rich guy, who take MC as a sex slave. When it comes to the story is pretty generic isekai, except the first arc, which is different, because it takes a lot of time before MC meets another humanoid. Otherwise, it has pretty much typical adventurers, monsters, etc. isekai tropes. I had feeling the world and society isn’t so forgiving like in the most isekai series. The story is bit disappointing as it’s driven by the MC running away from fame, people towards self-indulgence. There is no interesting end goal. There are some reoccurring side characters in the series . I don’t want to spoil. Art and visuals are somewhere around average. At best slightly above average. Food and some crafted products are the best-looking elements of the series. Characters are plain looking imho. Japanese difficulty 4/10 (see my profile for details about various difficulty scores) The series contains furigana, except in MC’s status panel. Grammar isn’t hard, but some more technical explanations are present. Usual set of RPG terminology is present as well. It’s slightly under average difficulty. Overall, the series is underwhelming. I wouldn’t recommend it unless you are really into isekai series, but even then, there are better series. This review is written after reading four volumes - all released volumes at the time. Spoilers  The wolf monster mum and kid, who joins MC are pretty nice.
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