Sophia wasn't happy with her life. Due to some wrong decisions, she'd become really shy and introverted, to the point it hinders her from having basic interactions or even conversations. Not being able to talk with women at all, the only gender she's interested in, caused her to feel really lonely.
The girl wanted to change, but she got too stuck in her ways. After all this time, Sophia had become unable to do so without help.
One day, while she was busy complaining about her situation, she accidentally missed a red traffic light. This accident led to the end of the life she hated so much.
However, she was saved from certain death by a mysterious being. He called himself an overseer of the worlds and gave her a second chance in a different world where even magic exists. He also granted her some boosts to make her life easier. Hoping to finally change herself, Sophia asked him to make her more outgoing, sociable, confident, and the likes.
The overseer didn't just stop there. He boosted every single attribute of the girl. Every emotion and personality trait got altered, be it a positive or negative feeling. Her physical stats were no exception. This caused her to have the most literal identity crisis because she felt like someone else entirely. To make things worse, those emotional boosts aren't the most reliable ones, overcompensating or even failing from time to time.
Trying to deal with these conflicting emotions, Sophia works hard to come to terms with the new her while doing her best in the new world. Exploring places, learning magic, finally finding friends again, and possibly more.
Unfortunately, she learns this world's magic from a highly overpowered, easygoing, and somewhat unreliable teacher. This not only destroys the last bit of her common sense, but Sophia's application of magic also becomes rather sloppy, causing one weird incident after another. Not to mention that some of the inhabitants of her new home are a little different from what she imagined. An easy life still seemed impossible for Sophia, but for all the different reasons.
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Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Girls Love, Isekai, Romance, Slice of Life
Age Regression, Alternate World, Animal Characteristics, Appearance Changes, Appearance Different from Actual Age, Beast Companions, Beastkin, Carefree Protagonist, Demi-Humans, Dense Protagonist, Easy Going Life, Fantasy World, Female Protagonist, Identity Crisis, Lack of Common Sense, Magic, Misunderstandings, Modern Knowledge, Overpowered Protagonist, Personality Changes, Second Chance, Transmigration, Transported into Another World, World Travel
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I personally liked the 2 main characters, they're interesting and the comedy is pretty solid. This story takes the trope of isekai'd characters being OP and takes it to another level. I personally liked it, but it might not be for everybody. However what really put me off is the first introduction with one of the races of the world, who were previously stated to be unpleasant. The personality of these people really out me off. It's one thing to be bigoted and prejudiced, but these guys were straight up idiots. It might be a part of the narrative, but the whole thug persona with an inflated sense of self seems kinda lazy writing. Other than that, I liked it.
If the author reads this comment and wouldn't mind a comment from the peanut gallery, if you ever do a rewrite, maybe write it out so that she enters the city but receives really unpleasant treatment from the locals? Would make a bit more sense than too stupid to live guards, and maybe throw in a nice human or two? It might be the narrative, but it seems odd to condemn an entire race as evil. Food for thought, really like the story though.
It's an okay read. I have to drop it though because it's a tad bit too senseless. Plus the lack of details and reliance on showing pictures isn't appealing to me. I wouldn't say it's terrible but I think this is more of a casual read.
Also uh... The conversations are predictable as well, the character though tries to be unique with the lack of control over her emotions just seems to reach the stereotype of both and the casual ease in which she just left the humans confounds me, and the ease in which she befriended the wolf made me stumped. Maybe if there was more details about it, there's nor, I could have enjoyed it.
There is only so much of a character talking to themselves with constant grammatical errors that I can take. It's truly terrible to see paragraph after paragraph of the MC just blathering on about nothing to herself.
It's a terrible writing device used to substitute in for actual descriptions and story.
The magic system is also bland as heck.
Anyway, idk what goes for standards in royal road, but somehow this story is high rated.
I am so happy to have found this wonderful story. Many laughs, a few Ooops, and a so so sweet romance.
Sophia and Maya are simply delightful. Fen long suffering with a hint of true tragedy. A 'god' that deserves a swift kick. And we have barely seen any of the world.
Heh, I love Sophia as a walking S class calamity in need of sadly lacking restraint.
Many laughs and constant smiles await readers here.
So far this story feels very light hearted and easy going, the characters feel unique and interesting, as does the world it's set in. The premis is good and our main character while being stupid powerful, still manages to be entertaining in the way they interact with others around them. All in all a very good read if you just want some fun, definitely recommend it.
I want to like this story. I really really want to like it. It ticks so many boxes for me, but the plot holes in this are so numerous and obvious that it ruins it. On top of that, let's get one thing clear, "God" basically made her bipolar. There is some story reasons for this you find out a little later, but it doesn't detract from it. This turned it from fantasy into horror for me. This is poorly shown on the MC's side as well. She has existential crisis's from time to time on whether or not how she's acting is actual "her". No, I would imagine it wouldn't be her, not when she can't even remember herself doing something when her emotions flare like that.
The story itself is light, there has only been the hint of one future plot hook that is so glaringly obvious on what it is. That keeping it completely secret from the reader was kind of a mute point. How this got so many 5 stars I'm not sure, probably because it's meant to be "fluffy". None of the humor actually works in my opinion either. They use a chest size joke several times with the MC for example. She used to be two cup sizes larger before her regression to 15, what's worse is she knows she get's those two cups at 16. But she won't get there for another few hundred years if at all. She learns transformation magic and changes into her old figure only to go back to her younger figure because her girlfriend "couldn't handle her beauty".... really? That's what your going to go with? That's why she won't continue to use that magic to look like her normal self? It's not like she will run out of magic or anything, hell she keeps a highly advanced magic on constant cast already without losing magic. She can freaking stop time for gods sake, but she doesn't want to use a transformation magic to RETURN to her original form because her girlfriend said she was beautiful... I just.. I want to like this story, I want to like it so freaking much. But it's just so.. uhg..
well, it's not really the hight of literature in terms of writing quality and plot. but the story has this warm heartedness to it that I like. so, I might as well give it a five star review. in terms of plot it's not really that serious, and the mc is too op to care about anyone trying to do drama with her. the basics of fighting the mc is that some idiots want to make her "do work for them", and she seriously struggles not end their existence and maybe to destroy their entire race.
she is op, but no one really cares about that. except the humans, which for some reasons are awful creatures at that world. really stupid. really weak. and with a superiority complex. basically fantasy nazi dumbos. anyways, the mc being op shouldn't put you off, at most the lack of combat should, it's not like in those power fantasy anime where everyone admires the mc and worships him for his amazing "talent" (cheat ability). well, seriously, no one cares. like, there's basically no conflict. the author kinda made the mc op just so there'd be no conflict. she just kinda rolls with it.
magic in this world is seriously underdeveloped. people have to use chants, and it's mostly used for combat. the mc is not a genius in any way. she mostly just uses a handful of concepts from our world like the existence of oxygen, and it's enough to get her from superpowered to overpowered. the story is mostly centered about romance (if you can call it that). where two overpowered girls are just being cutsy with each other, whilst traveling with the doggo god.
yeah, that's about it. you got that in the cover right? recommended read if you're into stuff like that.