Dragon’s Bloodline


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A martial artist (42 years old, single) devoted himself and trained his skill with the sword and martial arts, but was involved in a large scale disaster, and saved many people before his life ended.

Who would have thought that when he went to the world of the dead, a beautiful woman who introduced herself to be General Administrator would appear? He was told that it was possible to reincarnate into a world of swords and magic, and the man gained the powerful Gift [Dragon’s Bloodline].

However, he was reincarnated as a woman. Furthermore, a beautiful one. In order for him to walk down the warrior’s road to recover his symbol of being a man, he made a fresh start as a woman. Shall we go on an adventure? Let’s begin!

Dragon’s Bloodline average rating 3.6/5 - 307 user ratings
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Reincarnated Into An Alternate World ~Dragon Bloodline~
Sex-Changed in an Alternate World ~Dragon’s Bloodline~
異世界転性 ~竜の血脈~
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
09/04/17 Ziru’s Musings c120c120
09/04/17 Ziru’s Musings c119c119
09/04/17 Ziru’s Musings c118c118
09/02/17 Ziru’s Musings c117c117
08/29/17 Ziru’s Musings c116c116
07/30/17 Ziru’s Musings c115c115
07/22/17 Ziru’s Musings c114c114
07/22/17 Ziru’s Musings c113c113
07/20/17 Ziru’s Musings c112c112
07/17/17 Ziru’s Musings c111c111
07/12/17 Ziru’s Musings c110c110
07/08/17 Ziru’s Musings c109c109
07/07/17 Ziru’s Musings c108c108
07/01/17 Ziru’s Musings c107c107
06/26/17 Ziru’s Musings c106c106
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New Arkanth rated it
November 15, 2017
Status: c120
The plot makes close to no sense at all. But hey, it's 120 chapters long, so go for it if you are bored.

Read at your own discretion, it has spoilers, big ones.

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The main character is a male from Earth reincarnated as a woman, obtaining in the process a "gift" of Dragon Bloodline and two "divine blessings". The premise might look interesting, but it fades quickly.

The dragon bloodline gift is rather important, but the other two seem to be fillers to show the MC's opness, given that the "intelligence" blessing is never to be heard from again, and the "god of war" blessing is only mentioned once, briefly.

A few years into the MC's life, she (he) is already strong enough to defeat the strongest knight of Casalia, which is supposed to be one of the strongest kingdoms in the continent, yet after she leaves town, virtually any enemy she meets is stronger than her, sometimes by a long shot. How is it possible to Casalia to even exist then? When any fairly famous adventurer is already stronger than it's best knights?

The strenght of the MC is explained through her dragon bloodline, yet other characters, like Carla who not only have dragon bloodline but also divine bloodline and have trained for way longer than the MC, are defeated with ease. And let's not even mention other reincarnated characters, who have been training for thousands of years.

The harem part is, well, harem. No point in trying to understand how the MC gets so many girls.

As for the ending... well. Her current world starts a war with Earth, and any of the reincarnated charactes are strong enough to defeat Earth's gods, which just makes no sense for so many reasons, like how the gods are powerful enough to casually gift the strengh of a dragon to the MC, but can't even fight back against them (dragons) at all, or how the MC is strengthen by a god's blessing, meaning the god is powerful enough to affect their current world, yet too weak to even notice they are aproching or do anything about it...

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New SunsetChaos rated it
November 11, 2017
Status: c120
At first it was alright, looked promising. But now, after finishing it... it's more like wtf did I just read? I agree with calebra, "That is, up until the big reveal on the "Great Collapse", and everything went to sh*t. "

It became a clusterf**k in the end. Ending felt forced like the author gave up on it. It ended with a craziness like Gurren Lagann, except not the good kind. It was more like the author went "screw it" and just went all out to end the story. So like... more>> in the end... wtf? Seriously wtf.

It also left me hanging with the first and a pretty big question. what happened to that goddess and god in the beginning with the blessings and reincarnation and stuff? Wtf did they even want? They never showed up once after that, like author forgot about them. <<less
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Upheaval rated it
April 30, 2016
Status: --
Review having read chapter 51:

I was looking for a strong female MC with a yuri tag and here I found it. However I didn’t like the description so I didn’t read it. Being bored I started this novel and I have to say that is good.

The story is about a male martial artist from Japan that is reincarnated as a female in a world with magic. I really like the novel however I sometime think is a bit fast paced. The MC, Ria, is of course strong and gets... more>> stronger as the story progress. What I don’t like is HOW she gets stronger. While I understand that is necessary, I found it a bit strange and if I were the author I would limit that. The initial Gift is already strong enough, in my opinion.

Read why in the spoiler.


The gift make her strong like a dragon, with all resistances and body enchantments. However after she conquers the fist labyrith, she is given a skill to make weapons. This skill is so OP that she can make normal weapons without materials (she can’t make magical weapons).

About the yuri: it’s stated early that she likes girls and she does nothing to hide it (she even said it to her father lol). However at the start, she only gropes her females friends. After chapter 30, she is a bit more forceful but there are no s*x scenes (r-15) or the like. She didn’t go that far, yet.

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noxy rated it
July 27, 2016
Status: c64
The plot is interesting, and the characters are generally likeable. The writing is a bit simple, and you will notice quickly that most characters become names only (no personality). The main characters are mostly fleshed out though, and the story is good for some easy fun.

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Menirz rated it
September 25, 2017
Status: c120 epilogue
It started off amazing, especially when it focused on Ria and her party's adventures. The nation building stuff was too broadly described in my opinion. And the ending felt quite rushed, though it at least wrapped up the majority of the loose ends... well, aside from what happened to the Earth Gods that granted Ria gifts at her reincarnation.
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calebra rated it
September 7, 2017
Status: Completed
Ooff. Well this series was a pretty good read to be honest. That is, up until the big reveal on the "Great Collapse", and everything went to sh*t.

While it might not be that bad of a development if you think that there are just some things that will never go your way no matter how strong you are, there are a lot of biases shown in the last arc. It seems the author really hate certain countries or they really just wrote those events because of, as I mentioned... more>> earlier, "not everything goes your way" idea.

The ending was bittersweet. Honestly made me quite a bit melancholic. A bit sad that they didn't mention what happened to other specific characters and there are also quite a few questions that popped up in the end.

Some points I thought of:

    1. Ria will follow the God Dragons role. Protecting the world. When the time comes for her spirit to end - just like Valis' - will she be able to rejoin the soul cycle because she was originally a "human" or will she just cease to exist like all natural born God Dragons after they reach the limit of their existence?
    2. What happened to Serge and Chris? I actually liked this couple and so, didn't end up disliking his arc.
    3. It was mentioned that Demon Lords do not exist anymore. I wonder how much their civilization progressed for them to think that Demon Lords, God Dragons, etc are just myths now.
    4. I thought they were gonna mention or reveal Ria's other-other life (since it was mentioned that he was reincarnated before by the God of War) or at least hint on to what kind of life he led then.
    5. I guess the reincarnators killed the gods that blessed them with gifts and gave them a chance to live a second life huh? Was expecting the series to show a battle between Ria and the gods who reincarnated her actually.
    6. In the end, everything just moves forward even if you don't want it to. Even if someone important or you love leaves you first. Things progress. Doesn't wait for anyone. Life isn't only filled with happy things. There are numerous events that will surely enrage or sadden you. Irina just looking straight ahead and starting her own adventure in her very long life, after watching, learning, experiencing things in Ria's time, was a pretty good end to it.

It's an okay read for the first few arcs. Developments are fast and confrontations conclude quite easily (unless it's the main problem that is being dealt with in the whole arc). Honestly, not something I'll recommend to someone because there's quite a high possibility of them hating the whole series because of the last arc like most of the other readers. If you're bored and want to gamble and see if the story will piss you off or not, then do check it out. I actually loved the romantic developments between

Ria's wives and Serge's partner.


On another note, I honestly never liked the Demon King. At all.

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Melakias rated it
October 22, 2015
Status: --
Interesting story, MC's reincarnated into a female while carrying multiple 'Gifts' from the gods and a powerful bloodline he bought with his previous life's Karma. He keeps a Male's mind while living comfortable into a female's body. She quickly grows OP and decides to go out into the world to train and travel.

It's an interesting story, there's yuri (because most people will want to know) MC's in search for a way to acquire a male's body, but doesn't appear to be against his current gender. Story's a nice pace... more>> and slowly bigger aspects of the world are presented, an overarching plot starts to appear around chapter 27.

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Devilee rated it
June 12, 2017
Status: --
Story is a bit anti-climactic since the MC is so op but since I'm reading for the yuri harem, epic read thus far. The characters including the main antagonist are very amusing.


End of the world plot is similar to kumo desu ga nani ka. Only complaint is the latter addition of his/her third wife was a bit random. Could've just had an awesome OT3 pairing

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May 13, 2017
Status: c54
I stopped reading this around chapter 54 because (a) I was getting bored of the story progression, and (b) it became generic yuri ecchi.

I get that the female MC (formerly male) is beautiful, strong, and confident. But the female love interests that she courts don't seem to have any problem whatsoever about being s*xually harassed by a girl/young woman. Even if they had that orientation to begin with, it's ridiculous.

That said, it's not much worse than a harem with a male MC. So if you're looking for a... more>> yuri harem, then this is probably for you.

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Lachiel rated it
October 24, 2015
Status: --
Guy becomes a girl. Yup. So I will now refer him to as her. The story skips around at the start due to the fact that we do start off with the MC being young and then we skip to her being old enough kinda.

While the story has hints of yuri its not flat out yuri (smut) its not described and the only thing that does seem to be described is peoples backgrounds and combat to a extent.
The story does feel a bit... more>> fast paced so far and I feel like there could be more.
Anyways I do recommend this as the translation is pretty good and the pace is good. And. Its a good story :3 <<less
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zaneith rated it
September 11, 2017
Status: c82
It was fine, but well, there are better series out there. The story progresses quite fast but sometimes lacks detail. Other characters just become names and become quickly forgotten. The progression of the story is so linear that having that OP of an MC makes if feel so darn boring. Maybe this is only the case if you've read many other novels of the same genre. So if you're new the genre you might as well try this out. The development of Ria's wives were nice though so yeah, this... more>> is quite decent. Not planning to finish it though I feel like it's a waste of time at this point <<less
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