she's still there in the body feeling and seeing everything just not in control like in your doujins
Little girl mind is inside of the dead bookworm's corpse.
The girl is just outright dead. She never recovered from the fever and it killed her.The main character knows and hides this for as much of the story as I read. It makes it hard to like her, honestly.
it's actually pretty cool seeing an isekai from just a regular commoner's perspective
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Are you insinuating permavergin neets aren't the prototypical everyman?
I meant it's an isekai show but the MC isn't a yuusha-sama
just a regular girl from a regular family
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it's funny how the main character's name is Main
Haven't there been a bunch like that? The mecha one a couple seasons ago comes to mind.
sorry I don't usually watch isekai stuff
Yeah neither do I.
Actually I think the rarer thing, at least for adapted anime isekai, is that the mc is a girl…
actually thinking over it yea there are plenty of isekai shows where the MC just being mostly a loser is played up for jokes
what I meant is that we usually don't get isekais where the MC being isekai'd goes on to live completely 100% regular family life i.e. no adventuring
maybe the title of "isekai" isn't even appropriate for this show
This title is one of those I wish they wouldn't have localized. "Gekokujou" is a Japanese term with interesting as heck historical context that gives the title a pretty specific implication. Do normalfags really not watch stuff that has dirty foreigner words in the title?
>"Gekokujou" is a Japanese term with interesting as heck historical context
It's like "governing from below" or "rule of the inferiors over the superiors." It refers to a bunch of direct political actions by lower-ranked soldiers in the Sengoku period and was part of the militaristic culture of Imperial Japanese government. It's sort of like "coup" but has specific class implications. I don't know anything about this anime but just from the name and the synopsis I can get a feel of what it's claiming to be about, whether or not it actually delivers.
I guess you can draw some parallels with the mandate of heaven even, like "this is the will of the people in the face of incompetent rulers" but I don't think it's that strong.
so the girl is going to teach the peasants to read and write and spark a revolution?
I don't know dude I haven't even watched the anime.
Wait you know what, this is a grown woman in the body of a littler girl isn't it…
Oh shit, this manga's been on my backlog for like a year or two. Didn't know it got an anime.>>32722
That makes me kinda glad I never read it, though.
The author is as I've said not as smart as she thinks she is
if they're made of magic wood, then it actually makes a lot of sense.
maybe the magic wood is very easy to build with, so construction is cheap, so even poor people get to enjoy a big house, which is why the city seems comically overcrowded
Mind you the fever is actually a bit of foreshadowing for the rest of the series, or at least the first 60 chapters of the WN since I dropped it after that far.
Just don't think too hard about it honestly, because the author didn't.
Dropped this show halfway through episode 3. It's just too daft.
Is episode 3 that bad
I just finished downloading it myself
I guess it's pretty understandable though, the show reads like someone just listing off cool shit they found from wikipedia except it wasn't even that cool
lmao what the absolute fuck