Sophia wasn’t happy with her life after having made some wrong decisions. Introverted and shy to the point it even hindered her from having basic interactions, she felt lonely from being unable to talk with women at all, the only gender she’s interested in.
The girl wanted to better herself, but Sophia couldn’t do so without help after all this time. This changed when she got into an accident that led to the end of the life she hated so much.
Someone calling himself an ‘overseer of worlds’ decided to save her from certain death. He gave her a second chance in a different world where even magic exists. He also ‘blessed’ her with many so-called boosts to make her life easier. Sophia took this chance and asked him to become more outgoing, confident, and the likes.
The overseer didn’t stop there, though. He boosted every emotion and personality trait, whether positive or negative. Her physical stats were no exception, either. To make things worse, those boosts also weren’t overly reliable. They occasionally overcompensated or even failed.
Sophia worked hard to deal with her new and complicated situation while doing her best in the new world. Exploring places, learning magic, finally finding friends, and possibly more while having a slow and easygoing life overflowing with fluff.
Unfortunately, she learned magic from a highly overpowered, easygoing, and somewhat unreliable teacher who became the girl’s first friend. This not only destroyed the last bit of her common sense, but Sophia’s application of magic became rather sloppy, causing one weird incident after another.
She met many new friends and had an easygoing life filled with fluff 96% of the time. Still, her vast powers and the lack of common sense, combined with her being beyond carefree while rarely thinking about the consequences of her actions, made her life anything but slow.
Most of the time, once you managed to get through the first ~20 chapters (and the parts where humans are involved), this story is the embodiment of FLUFF. Still, it can get a little suggestive without beating around the bush at times later on. Even so, I really don’t think I need any content warnings because there won’t be anything graphic. If you feel otherwise, please tell me.