Luna was a just regular girl, working as a librarian at the capital of the kingdom, until one day, a prophecy called her the 'queen of darkness' and said that she was going to take over the world with power and fear.
Even though she's a gentle girl who always has the best of intentions, everyone is deathly afraid of her, and fate seems to be determined to place her in the role of the villain.
Will she be able to clear this misunderstanding? Or will the world fall into her reign of unintentional terror?
English is not my first language and this is the first story I've ever written, but I'll try my best.
A very good story so far, reminding me of Evil God Average, I Said Make My Abilities Average! Or Tilea’s Worries. Only weakness is that it's too short (here hoping for more).
Great comedy, and great characters. Favorite moment as of chapter 37 was the ant boss. I have never seen a cliche situation so easily destroyed as I did in that moment. Thank you!
It is one of the most interesting story on Overpowered protagonist, one can can find in this site.
One of the funniest stories about misunderstanding I read so far, I really love MC and her way of thinking ❤
I had a lot of fun reading this story. In particular the first 60 chapters are often very funny. The latest chapters aren't worse, but they do get a bit more serious. The story has a nice progression, with a good overall framework and long term plot.
The MC is obviously extreme overpowered, but that is an important part of the story and doesn't feel undeserved. Besides being OP she has a few clear character traits that are always handled properly, and feel very distinct from sidecharacters.
Sidecharacters are dragged along with the MC quite strongly, to point of feeling a bit unimportant for the story. But considering how overpowering the MC is, that isn't wholly unrealistic.