I Became a Magical Cheat Loli Witch ~My Different World Life With My Reincarnation Privilege [Creation Magic] and the [Seed of Magic]~

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A goddess of another world who called herself Goddess Liliel gave her a unique skill [Creation Magic], and the nameless protagonist reincarnated into another world.

Although she had knowledge of her previous life Japan, she couldn’t remember the specifics—-the girl who decided to call herself Chise, invented the [Seed of Magic] in order to increase her mana, and continued creating them with her increased mana.

The girl who obtained massive amounts of mana stopped aging, and eventually obtained perpetual youth.

The forever young loli cheat creation witch Chise brought her companion Tet, her golem daughter who can’t grow old, to become an adventurer, and traveled around various places in a different world with the safe land as a base that she personally created.

Associated Names
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Maryoku Cheat na Loli Majo ni Narimashita ~ Tensei Tokuten no "Souzou Mahou" to "Fushigi na Konomi" de Isekai Seikatsu ~ (Old title)
Maryoku Cheat na Majo ni Narimashita ~ Souzou Mahou de Kimama na Isekai Seikatsu ~
魔力チートなロリ魔女になりました~転生特典の【創造魔法】と【不思議な木の実】で異世界生活~ (Old title)
魔力チートな魔女になりました~創造魔法で気ままな異世界生活~
Related Series
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Recommendations
Only Sense Online (LN) (1)
Only Sense Online (WN) (1)
Dragon’s Bloodline (1)
Not Sure, But It Looks Like I Got Reincarnated in Another World (1)
Parallel World Pharmacy (1)
Recommendation Lists
  1. Mage MC
  2. Just some gender bender novels
  3. Female MC : Saint- Sage , and similar abilities
  4. Liked Female Protagonist (JN)
  5. Possibly the sh*t you signed up for

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08/04/21 Yado Inn v2c4
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08/02/21 Yado Inn v2c2
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05/03/21 Yado Inn v1c30
04/22/21 Yado Inn v1c29
04/15/21 Yado Inn v1c28
04/08/21 Yado Inn v1c27
03/25/21 Yado Inn v1c26
03/11/21 Yado Inn v1c25
04/09/20 Yado Inn v1c24
04/02/20 Yado Inn v1c23 part2
04/01/20 Yado Inn v1c23 part1
03/26/20 Yado Inn v1c22 part2
03/25/20 Yado Inn v1c22 part1
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flowingcloud
flowingcloud rated it
December 27, 2019
Status: --
Translator here to give a 100% biased review. Nah lol jk, I'm just here to pretty much hate on the people who 1 star this novel cause it's actually not that bad.

If you 1 star-ed cause you saw the term "loli" or you read it and realized it was slice of life when it literally has the "slice of life" tag, I honestly don't know what you're doing. It's like reading a harem knowing its a harem novel, but hating it's a harem novel.

Anyways, the novel follows a reincarnated girl... more>> who with no substantial memories of her past life but somehow has common knowledge, such as stuff from a convenience store which I admit makes no real sense but it's not a big deal so whatever. Can't hate every single minor plot hole or else you won't be able to read any novel at that rate.

The world-building is quite decent as the novel is told in the first-person point of view of the main character Chise. The world is slowly exposed to us, just like how it would be for anyone who isekai-ed into another world. The author does drop minor details that become relevant in later world-building, so it's pretty nice.

This is the same author as Only Sense Online, so if you've read that novel, you'd know the author is not the biggest fan of fighting monsters or people. Instead, the author likes to focus on the interaction between characters and character development. Of course, her fight scenes are not bad either, but that's not the author's main focus.

In a sense, this is just another slice of life garbage, but its the same reason why we keep going back to harem garbage, shonen garbage, otome game garbage, etc. The author doesn't completely bore you out with the slice of life, and does a good job exposing the world slowly. This is more of an adventure novel where you slowly explore the other world through the eyes and views of the Chise. 5 star this novel to counteract the 1 star trolls please. Thank you. <<less
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yurikahime1011
yurikahime1011 rated it
December 30, 2019
Status: v4c3
What, I finished reading the raws already...

I was in a marathon before I've noticed...

The series in itself is not that much in dept with plot...

A Girl turn into a Witch to help the world recover it's magic...

Kinda similar to Kamitachi ni Hirowareta Otoko but more Yurified...

her adventures are fun and quite engaging...

And there are developments that you wouldn't actually expect ending in surprises...

Also the backstories/PoV/Future Developments being shown are really interesting...

It might not be a story for everyone but it was definitely a story for me...
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Godleydemon
Godleydemon rated it
June 12, 2020
Status: v5c28
This is a really fun novel. It's written in a slice of life style, but there is enough action and adventure to keep you completely hooked throughout. Chise, the main character's personality and character background is a bit unique to alot of other isekai's. She doesn't remember everything about her past life, she remembers being an orhpen and not having many friends, but she can't remember when she died, how old she was, or what she was doing when she died. She also doesn't remember any of the specifics of... more>> her life, just general knowledge of it.

I also quite enjoyed the pacing of the novel as it grew with Chise. This will be a bit of a spoiler, but it happens fairly quickly in the novel so it's not a huge one. But as the novel progresses and Chise get's older, her body never changes and becomes immortal. With this new immortal life, Chise's thought process starts gradually changing. We start getting more time skips as she starts long term projects that could take decades to complete. She makes snap decisions that keeps her nailed down to a place for months or years at a time, only because she found something to do that was interesting.

There is fun recurring jokes with her looks, since she looks like a 12 year old and near the end of the current chapters she's nearing 60s. Almost every new person Chise meets, she never reveals her age too unless they ask or she get's annoyed at them treating her like a child. Something she starts being more and more annoyed at as she get's older, but let's slide for a while, unless it hinders her.

The author does an amazing job at setting up Chise's abilities and strengths, as Chise get's older her intelligence also grows with her and she makes smarter decisions. She grows as a character and experiences heart ache and loss as she get's older and she knows people she once met, are probably no longer alive now. The anecdotal chapters that reveal the goings on 300 years from that chapters stand point is also quite a bit of fun. One being a famous phantom painting lost to the world the maids are reading about in the library, only to see it hanging on the library's wall of the mansion.

The different perspective chapters aren't annoying and instead add extra flavor to the story as we see what people think of Chise and her golem daughter. As Chise get's older, she spends less and less time interacting with short lived races. Chise never mentions wanting to do this, so it seems like an unconscious decision for her to avoid heartache later down the road. It just adds one more dynamic to her character and the author has done a wonderful job in setting all of that up. It's completely a recommended read for me to anyone wanting a fun light hearted story about a witch exploring the world. <<less
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Baabaablack
Baabaablack
January 4, 2020
Status: c6
Not my type of read. It's a fluffy type of magic story. It skims over the details and events and discoveries and moves on to what the character is doing. It's simple.

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    The part that got me was the witch creating the golem. She did it in two steps and it comes with a personality and growth potenial. Happy accident, it is even better then she expects. If that is a indication of how the book will resolve conflict and problems... It's not my type of book.

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ranovien
ranovien rated it
May 9, 2021
Status: c175
This is quite fun to read. I even read from the jp site.

It's more focused on how the immortal MC lives and affecting the world. You can see the growth and changes of previous characters. Sometime, you are given a sneak peek to the future result of what just happens.
So, it is kinda capturing the feeling of the immortal about life.

The conflicts in this novel are not that heavy.
So if you like things like betrayal, mystery or complex problem story, this novel is not for you.

For me, this... more>> novel made me binged all of them. <<less
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Old_Man
Old_Man
July 13, 2021
Status: v6c33
It's quite enjoyable.
Not much filler content or author-forced elongation of conflicts.
Girl-love elements are pervasive but not excessive.
Fluffy creatures appear later in the story and also do not become excessive.
Food elements are a bit excessive in my opinion, but less-horrific than many other japanese novels.

On the downside, reading the later chapters after what you see on NovelUpdates (utilizing MTL) is a brain pain.
The RPG system with levels is completely forgotten in lieu of magical power quantity.
Power up increments for characters are lazily thought out, which... more>> breaks story realism. Many stories are worse in this regard, but it's still fairly cringe-inducing.
The MC is still a bit too airheaded.
There is a lack of killing of evil people, as you'll often see in Jap novels.
There is a bit too much cooking. Heh. <<less
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Woah...
Woah... rated it
June 3, 2021
Status: v6c32
I am currently on the latest chapter of the novel and I (personally) love it. As in the description it is about an immortal loli witch and her tales with some time skips to show consequences/what happened due to what she has done. Power progression isn't too rapid and the pacing is good. This being a slice of life novel (so don't expect too much action) with a relatively easy-going loli lead, is my cup of tea but sadly the author hasn't updated since September of 2020 so that's a... more>> sadge for me.

So if you like that kind of stuff, go take a read. <<less
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Just John
Just John rated it
April 15, 2021
Status: --
The premise is good. I don't really mind the story itself.

The MC dies and is given a cheat power by a random goddess. Pretty standard stuff, but ok. As a loli. Ok, I won't judge just yet. Youjo Senki turned out to be a masterpiece with a loli MC

The one thing I disliked about it is the writing style.

... more>> How the protagonist's way of thinking is never laid out and she gets these random ideas as if the Author brainstormed with himself and just sprinkled leaps of logic all over.

World building doesn't exist. The MC has apparently spent a month in the other world, but it is never described. You wouldn't even know it was a plains where she reincarnated unless you read the author's comment.

Things are pretty much arbitrary here and it shows no signs of improvement. I recommend you don't waste time reading this. <<less
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sjmcc13
sjmcc13
February 9, 2020
Status: v4c31
A nice slice of life series.

The MC has an extremely useful ability outside of combat, and is able to make herself OP, though she is not a top tier combatant from the start, and grows in capabilities over the first 3 volumes.

The Golem daughter is adorable, and the author does give a somewhat valid explanation for why we should not expect to see others like her, basically it is a huge money sink and the not something anyone would do lightly other then someone who is not a native of... more>> the world and does not know the value of the items involved.

The only part I have real issues with is the end of part 3 where
Spoiler

she cuts of ties with the girl she has spent 10 years raising, and both are deeply bonded with each other, after the girl is reunited with her father (a king who is very happy to have his daughter back), I can see there being reasons to cut down on visits, but do not agree with cutting all ties like that.

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