Evil God Average

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When she stands, she’s like a white peony. When she sits, she’s like a tree peony. When she walks, she’s like a lily flower. And when you look her in the eyes, she’s like the Great King of Terror.

Despite having the qualities to be a peerless bishoujo, because of the look of her eyes and that atmosphere of hers, she’s feared by others; such a girl is forcefully sent to another world.

Being told that she would be granted a wish as a special favour, the girl made a wish────

“Make my eyes and atmosphere normal please.”

This is a story recounting the lifestyle in a parallel world of a girl who would be perfect (probably) if just her one weakpoint was overcome.

A fantasy comedy with magic, dungeons, and a hero and demon king(candidate) who she gets tangled up with.

She’s cursed though.

Associated Names
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Jashin Average
邪神アベレージ
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Summoning at Random (Sequel)
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Kemori
New Kemori
April 27, 2018
Status: --
Very interesting read, the pace was really good, I didn't feel at any time that I was getting bored or had to skip what I was reading due to impatience/knowing what was coming- until the final chapter.... more>>
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The ending was disappointing. Even though it ended up that way, it felt more like the author decided to just appease the readers by inadvertently choosing all of the possible endings as a single one.

I was wondering what would happen to the now non-immortal Tena and Lili when their mortal lives ended- but the ending itself belies the fact that the Gods can revive the dead, because the hero/demon party are alive after the imperial death fight, even though they were killed in that fight.

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kari
kari rated it
July 4, 2016
Status: --
Going from the comments & ratings, I expected more. The concept is good but the story, characters, dialogues & basically everything else is just so childish! or maybe average is a better word (-_-)

Anyways, I did finish reading it, but it wasn't something which had me wanting more

In fact there could have been so much more! ah... it's left a luke warm feeling

Read it if u like... maybe it'll satisfy u?
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elhessan
elhessan rated it
May 15, 2016
Status: v2
This book is average in which will make a mere demon king or even hero Laugh very hard. The story is light, with no complicated scheming villains. While the plot can be exposed further, but I'm glad that the main story ends the way it should be. No complaints though I really want to see their daily care free life more and more.
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SuzyKay
SuzyKay rated it
August 10, 2016
Status: v3c4
I think this is overrated. This is similar to tensei sh*tara slime datta ken, but isn't... in fact it's way worse. I could not immerse myself well with the main lead. She isn't bad, and the story isn't too bad, but there are times im like 'WTF'?!

The author made the character seem like an OP character and one that just went along with things, but a bit failing if I do compare it to tensei sh*tara slime. And sometimes the reasoning the story had to go along with made... more>> me irritated.

Spoiler

the 3 god's have a competition. Two of them send in their best men to see who conquers the dungeon. If no one conquers it in a years time, it's the mc's win. The one that wins in the end is someone who didn't even 'conquer' it but just happened to be a friend who just happened to be there at the end and picks up the final trophy?! And then they all come to a conclusion in a second that the winner is that person. Being that friend was also of another race and worshiper of one of the other gods, the main lead did not win......-_-........

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I stopped after realizing how irritated I was and also that I couldn't get into the story as well as other novels. I believe this would have been a great story if the author spent more time building up tension and character. It is somehow lacking in both. <<less
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GabeZhul
GabeZhul rated it
December 8, 2016
Status: v2
A simple, straightforward story. Pretty Japanese high school girl with scary eyes piques the interest of a trickster god from a higher plane of existence and gets thrown into a magical world. At first it looks like your run-of-the-mill isekai story, with the heroine even trying her hand at adventuring, but due to her circumstances (namely that the aforementioned trickster god made her have the aura and glare of an "average" god of evil), she has to leave town and start anew as a dungeon master. Then things get weirder... more>> and weirder.

First off, as I said above, the story is incredibly straightforward. While the side-stories done from different POVs add some fluff to the story at the end of each volume, the main plotline is streamlined to the extreme. It sets out to tell a story, and it does so without any added fat. In some ways I respect the author for that attitude in the age of never-ending ligh- and webnovels that keep piling up the padding for years.

Overall this was a nice, fluffy read. The characters are not particularly deep, but they were entertaining, and since there were not a lot of them, they all got just enough screen time to not be completely one-note.

The plot, thin as it is, actually follows a logical escalation pattern and it's written well, with the protagonist's personality actually reflecting in the narration (which should be a given, but a lot of light-novel authors seem not to get this and have their MCs narrate like a robot).

In the end this was sort of the literary equivalent of comfort-food. The reason why I knocked one star down was the shallow worldbuilding and, more importantly, the lame ending.
Spoiler

So, in the end the Evil God shows up and presents the protagonist with the opportunity to become a human again, and she chooses to accept it, dividing herself to be a "Divine" and a "Human" version existing at the same time, so that the divine version could stay in her temple and do nothing while her human version could go out into the world and... oh, wait... I mean, so her human version could live in her mansion a few hundred meters from the temple and do nothing. How riveting.

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So yeah, in the end this was an enjoyable read. It did a bit of deconstruction, it did a bit of comedy, it did a bit of combat and suspense, but overall it was a pretty mellow novel I could recommend for reading under the blankets during a long winter night. It won't floor you or change the way you look at fiction, but not all stories have to do that. <<less
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BlancFrost
BlancFrost rated it
April 8, 2017
Status: v3c2 part2
MC is someone who didn't want the job of being a dungeon master but got it anyway. A light read about her life and how she goes about her day "idling around".

Read this to see just how "average" her abilities are and how she adapts to such a different world.

I really enjoyed reading the novel! Not just because of her OPness but how she interacted with the other characters and the perception they have of her.
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Aoitenshi
Aoitenshi rated it
June 6, 2016
Status: --
Protagonist girl is OP? Her presence may flinch even the greatest of monsters and her glare would send even the Demon King groveling to the ground. But in actuality, she is *only* an Evil God Average.
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Arthur
Arthur rated it
April 24, 2016
Status: --
Worth every second it took to read. Truly a fantastic story, and hilarious as well.
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Poor_Hero
Poor_Hero rated it
March 26, 2016
Status: --
the novel is pretty interesting. a girl is transferred to another world by a bored evil god, giving her "his blessing." after that, she gathers info about the one who sent her into the world and the world and the misunderstanding between her and other people occur. the novel is full of comedy and fluffy scenes... and the side stories are the best... we can see from others' pov, how "terrifying" MC (and her followers/friends) could be... the personality of the characters here are pretty good, you can see some... more>> of their pasts that make them act like that in the current time. recommended if you are looking for slice-of-life novel and easy-going protagonist ( ̄^ ̄) ゞ <<less
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Megzie Ssyk
Megzie Ssyk rated it
April 12, 2017
Status: v2c20
Slice of life. Fluffy. Feel good. Short (like really short compared to other light novels) and sweet. It's slightly different from the other generic light novels and is funny to boot. The female protagonist is not wimpy, is smart and very likable.

Finally thumbs up to the writers and translators...

I thoroughly enjoyed the read :)
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Aricatos
Aricatos rated it
April 7, 2016
Status: --
This story is quite pleasant to read and a great change of pace from the old jp MC who are weak/naive.

MC is still somewhat naive, but the comedy of being OP and unreasonably scary without knowing how to deal with this is incredibly funny.

Worth reading.
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Chariots
Chariots rated it
April 3, 2018
Status: v2 epilogue
Most isekai novels try to drag it on as much as possible. That is not the case with this one. Story and characters are interesting. Progression is constant, it never drags on.

Near perfect for those that like op MC isekai novels.
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BillionJellyfish
BillionJellyfish rated it
January 11, 2018
Status: v3c2 part3
As one of the first Japanese light novels I have ever read, I am giving this a full rating!

1. The MC is OP, calm, and likable. The side characters more or less admire the MC, so in a sense, the novel has a light undertone of shoujo ai/yuri to it or a harem I guess? Anyways, it's not too obvious but just something I felt while reading the novel.

2. The storyline is light with no defined villain, so it lean towards a more warm atmosphere. The pacing is smooth and... more>> steady, so it makes a great read to pass the time with. There is no heart pounding adventures or serious scenarios, just a relaxed read so don't expect too much out of it.

3. The interactions between the MC and the side characters are sweet and simple. You can almost feel the loyalty and admiration that exudes from the side characters. After a while, I started thinking that the MC is a pretty tsundere character, which is cute.

Overall, this was a good read and I recommend this as a starter novel for those new to Japanese novels because it is simple and sweet. <<less
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nixxara
nixxara rated it
December 31, 2015
Status: --
Very interesting... The main lead has very evil looking eyes and she terrifies anyone she has eye contact with.

After getting transported to another world, it’s the same situation. She becomes a dungeon master and important things start happening from there. Gaining new friends, getting new subordinates, etc.

One minor complaint I have is that the main lead didn’t have a ultimate goal at the end...

Overall though, if you just want to be entertained, this is the perfect story.
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Zone Q11
Zone Q11 rated it
October 28, 2015
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At the beginning she didn’t want to be a dungeon master though, and if you read it through, you’ll understand that she is originally —, which is actually shocking!

Saying that though, I recommend it for comedy because of, well actually anything. Especially during the dungeon capture... who am I kidding, even the capture of the dungeon was a laugh! Even --- because of it!
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Lachiel
Lachiel rated it
October 23, 2015
Status: --
One of dem super popular female main characters, but the kick is she has evil looking eyes.. So a evil god decides to send her to another world.. And she lives her life. We get to see her turn from a bum into a Dungeon Master.. and more.. :D

Recommended for people who like slice of lifes... of a dungeon master..
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Melakias
Melakias rated it
October 22, 2015
Status: --
Anri, main character of this story, is trolled by a man calling himself an Evil God, she asks to be average so people don't fear her cold gaze, but is gifted the average powers of an Evil God, turning her travels through a land of fantasy into a survival. Follow the story of how she went from a vagabond to the Master of a Dungeon and later
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into godhood

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Gerro_Rebet
Gerro_Rebet rated it
March 28, 2018
Status: c8
Evil god average kinda reminds me of old science fiction novels in a way, it's told first person and everything in it is described with some amount of detail. This book even describes a new fantastical world, like many science fiction novels. Of course the proof of the pudding is in the details, and in this case the book falls flat. Not as others have with their translation, I honestly think this book was beautifully translated, even going so far as to correctly insert english proverbs (good job guys!). But... more>> the story itself feels nothing more than average, I never really felt that there were any stakes, goals, or really too much character in these characters to hold on to, and even as the previously mentioned science fiction book, the world we dive into doesn't feel earnest enough to be astounded by. I never felt, during any moment in this book, that I was diving into an alien world, and the events that happen in it are all completely explained, with no subtlety, which just shuts out the imagination, which seems kinda counter productive to a "fantasy" world. Truth be told this is an entirely average book, because it is based in an entirely average world based off of others imaginations rather than the authors.
As an aside it has a few good jokes, but not nearly enough. <<less
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Haxagen
Haxagen rated it
December 5, 2017
Status: c65
Definitely one of the best novels for passing time. The MC is adorable and actually smart, utilizing her modern world experience to survive in a new world. There are illogical instances such as how certain things *ahem* occur the way they do, but when you think about it from the context of a fantasy world, it makes perfect sense. Also, the MC is a lolita, which attracts 'perverted gentlemen' such as I to read this book XD.
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Qfaea
Qfaea rated it
July 2, 2016
Status: v2
Lol just lol. I LOVE The Imperfect Heroine and her journey. Just wish she continue her op journey more.
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kirindas
kirindas rated it
March 27, 2016
Status: --
An entertaining story about a girl with unique eyes that causes fear to any normal person that meets her gaze. She ends up being a hikkimori Dungeon Lord and causes all sorts of trouble unintentionally. A comedic story through and through.
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