Forget Being the Villainess, I Want to Be an Adventurer!

Serephione Granzeus is your average three-year-old girl…or so she thinks, until she meets Lou, the super-fluffy Holy Guardian White Tiger. Memories of her past life as a Japanese businesswoman come flooding back to her, and she realizes she’s part of a fantasy book she read before, but as the villainess. Yet her past life isn’t all that she remembers; she can recall her life as the original Serephione, and her sadness, and her pain…

After making a contract with Lou, she comes up with a plan to change the plot and avoid the villainess’s dark fate: become an adventurer and avoid everyone from the book! But the more she diverges from the plot, the more unpredictable the other characters become. How will she keep everyone from learning her secrets and spoiling her plans?

Associated Names
Tensei Reijou wa Boukensha wo Kokorozasu
The Reincarnated Young Lady Aims to Be an Adventurer

Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, School Life, Shoujo

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Official J-Novel Club

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Comments 5

  • Why i can’t open file?

  • Pretty good read (vol 1). No wasted space as it were. Hope it keeps going similarly with the next volume. So far no (reverse) harem poop or too much focus on romance as is often the case with female protagonist ‘isekais’ of this nature. Hope that also keeps going for the next volumes.

    (consider below a bit of a look under a magnifying glass)
    What I don’t like about it is the protagonists main love interest. First of all, there is the pedo influence popping it’s head up again (too common in otaku culture) with the much older guy proclaiming to a 6 year old girl that he’ll have her as his wife in 10 years as in I’ll come kidnap her at the end of the deadline. I mean there is no good reason for the author to put such a big age gap between them.

    The other thing I don’t like is the constant ‘master – servant’ attitude. Or the hierarchical structure of it all. The main character doesn’t really care for it which helps (a lot) but it’s still there (sort of in the background) this utter lack of equality. Now you might think well that’s pretty normal for fantasy stuff and if it was just that I wouldn’t even mention it but it’s like more present somehow. To give examples: there is this snake creature that’s hurt, gets healed and immediately swears his loyalty to his new master. Then there’s the grandma who suddenly goes on about finally having found her master. The heavenly beast who gets forced to submit to a master servent contract and then is happy about it… Generally characters way too willing to bow to others.

  • Is this better than the web novel, that was pretty bad

  • I know it’s supposed to come off as cute, but does anyone else fine the foreign emperor’s attempts to woo her creepy, as in he is a very dedicated stalker creepy.

  • Man, another one of these?
    Do all Japanese isekai-shoujo authors share the same braincell or something?

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