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Reborn as a Half-Elf
Reborn as a Half-Elf
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I don't remember dying. Never met god either.

Still here I am, in another world, with a body that doesn't resemble my former one at all. Without any idea of why I'm here or what I'm supposed to be doing I set off on an adventure to find someone who can tell me what is going on.

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AdventureFantasyGender BenderGirls LoveIsekaiLitRPG
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Alternate World Beast Companions Beastkin Beautiful Female Lead Cowardly Protagonist Cute Protagonist Emotionally Weak Protagonist Fantasy World Female Protagonist Half-human Protagonist Introverted Protagonist Magic Pragmatic Protagonist Reincarnated into a Game World Shapeshifters Transgender Transported into Another World Weak to Strong
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    Angry_Clown
    Status: high on energy drinks

    Is this novel destined for the toxic sludge pits where 4- star novels dwell? Absolutely not.
    Is this the greatest thing ever conceived since the notorious invention of sliced bread? Also — no.

    This is a rather generic, albeit captivating read. A staple of the gender-bent isekai genre. Literary crack cocaine, if you will. You know why you're here and you know you'll love it, you filthy junkie.

    Longer version:

    There are at least three key points to this work that are worth mentioning for the potential reader. First of all, is the style. The novel is extremely well-written. The words flow naturally and are easy to digest and understand. You will not spend painful moments trying to tear through bad grammar and awkward language. It's quite the opposite. The chapters are as smooth as butter from start to finish. There's nothing for the mind to trip and stumble on. It is not forgettable either. The information is laid out in a way that is not encouraging you to skip the chunks of the text to get to the meaty parts of the story. Every part is meaningful and enjoyable to read.

    Second, come the characters. Their most striking feature so far is how sensible they are. They behave as you would expect of an actual thinking person. And while you might not agree with their actions or line of thought, you're still able to relate to them on some level. As of yet, they do not exhibit the symptoms of your typical isekaitis case. They're not covertly slipped an idiot ball or act as if they're too dumb to live. They're also not a bunch of all-forgiving moralizing doormats that you often see posing as heroes while being nothing more than upstart weeblets. And certainly, they're no darker and edgier kinds of characters. Hopefully, this trend continues in the future.

    The third point, and the one that resulted in me giving this fiction a less than perfect rating (if I could give 4.5, I would), is the worldbuilding. It is a rather controversial one, at least in my mind. It is, to date, quite bloody generic. It draws on those very same tropes every other isekai does. The magic is generic, the fantasy aspect is in your generic medieval world, hell, even if epileptic trees would deign make an appearance — they would be horribly generic as well. The novel isn't exactly bringing anything new and exciting to the table. It is simply more of the same. Now, it isn't exactly a bad thing. We, the avid consumers of gender-bent isekai, are here for exactly those tropes. A good ol' 5-minute adventure with a fresh coat of paint. It doesn't necessarily need to reinvent the genre, since the target audience detests the changes to the true-and-tried formula. But the setting doesn't exactly set this story apart from the competition either. Thus — the rating conundrum.

    To sum this up: this is a quality story, that you will find enjoyable, but not the one that will keep lingering in your mind for years to come. This is no literary masterpiece, but it is a few steps above "decent" and it is definitely worth your time.

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    Sahs
    Status: chapter six: survival favors the...

    It is a very bad copy of "Not Sure, But It Looks Like I Got Reincarnated in Another World"

    The story start the same, the concept is the same, the wolf is there too.

    but the MC is stupid here, does not think. There is less world building here and less interest.

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    Inu3
    Status: chapter seven: danger so eeks...

    This is a pretty awesome story from a fantastic new author. I have fallen in love with our two main characters so quickly that it is truly a testament to this amazing authors strengths. Wherever this story goes; I find myself enthralled and wanting to follow the adorable ship that is Welsie and Cairah! 

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    Sylvie
    Status: chapter 16

    A seemingly generic gender bender isekai which creates it unique appeal with its characters.
    The fact that the characters measure their actions and have complex thoughts is what made this story worth a 4 star rating.
                 
    The setting looks like a standard medieval fantasy setting with nothing much to set it apart but its much better than creating a random mess of a world instead of focusing on the plot.
              
    While I believe that the gender bender theme could have used a bit more attention from the protagonist instead of an effortless acceptance and the romance could be a little slower, on a whole it is pretty well written and might turn out to be a great story if the special class is well used as it's very rare to see a non combat class.

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