Oh no! After I Reincarnated, My Moms Became Son-cons!


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One day, I fell into the river and drowned. The God of River looked at me, and said: “You’re very brave, young one, so let me give you a mother as a reward. Would you like a golden-haired big-breasted elf mother with an extreme yandere personality, or a black-haired big-breasted sadistic human mother with a tsundere personality?” Me: “I choose… your mom, dammit! What I really want is to quickly reincarnate!!” The God of River smiled at me: “You are a honest lad indeed, so let me gift you both mothers. From now on, you will have two mothers!” Me: “Did you even listen to what I said?!”

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125 Reviews

Jan 16, 2018
Status: v4c15
What I hate about this novel is just how s*upidly inconsistent it is with its own world building. I'm not going to go into any details, and this isn't a spoiler, here's one example.

In this novel: The main character is the son of a demi-goddess. He met an actual goddess who reincarnated him into a guy.

Yet the main character is a MILITANT ATHIEST. Hardcore. Makes your reddit friends look devout.

Halfway through the current chapter he went through some of the dumbest logic I have ever read and implied suffering only... more>> exists because of God, calling God's existence the most useless of all, and that all mankind would be better off without him. He determines salvation is only found in not needing God... Then he declares "I'm not ridiculing, I'm just stating a fact."

Does this make any sense in the context of the novel in which he was reincarnated into a boy, whom if died would cause the destruction of the continent? No. It does not make sense. The Goddess who reincarnated him saved him from purgatory, offered him a second chance at life. The author has serious issues with God, and it bleeds out into the novel in a way that really, really doesn't make sense.

What's particularly mindboggling about this is that his fantasy world is strongly implied to believe in the same God the major religions of Earth tend to be (Muslim, Christian, Jews, all believe in this particular God.) Isn't it a bit too much of a coincidence?

There are plenty more examples of this throughout the story. His "time magic surrogate birth" explanation for multi-mother pregnancy doesn't make any sense. His "berserking mana" which can only be relieved by an elf or he dies is an excuse to do ero. No one is trying to find his father, who apparently died fighting a dragon or something that could annihilate the continent. And yes we have another "otherworldly gun creator" novel. Actually what's particularly strange is how we have guns, yet all the "strong" characters do is use swords. He was supposed to be a militaryman (granted, he was an engineer if I recall) who acted tough and wasn't afraid then, yet he's scared 60% of the novel. His personality is so cowardly it's pathetic. Don't tell me he's scared from "being in a new world" since he has faint memories of the guy that tell him the regularity of things.

One of his "love interests" abuses him, treats him like dirt, insults him and berates him regularly, asks him to kill himself, but when she's in trouble he's like "I have to save her! I have to stand up to my mom!" and even then he becomes too cowardly to really do anything about it.

I'm pretty shocked from the comments section that these characters are so well received, no plot points are questioned... since she's not the only one. Is everyone who reads this a masochist?

It doesn't end there. The MC has a "pushover" personality I'd expect of a Japanese beta-main character, definitely not what I'd expect the typical alpha main characters they usually write about.

This novel tells you more about the author than it does the characters. That's all I can say, and I've read enough to know if I met 川香麻辣鸡肉锅 I wouldn't like him either. <<less
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Jul 20, 2017
Status: v2c8
I tried to enjoy this story. I really did.

The story is just filled with so much bullsh*t I can't take it.

The author removes all reason and intelligence from basically EVERYONE for the sake of comedy.

... more>> There is probably some intelligent plotting going on somewhere, but it's definitely not happening around the MC.

Hes the only heir to BOTH the kingdom and the Empire. The lack of respect he's given makes no sense at all. I can deal with people being jealous. I can deal with them plotting behind his back. THATS TO BE EXPECTED!

Outright insulting the prince to a nation, even one in bad standing is essentially a death sentence in every kingdom EVER. Insulting the only heir to the kingdom, one the ultimate leader of the empire/kingdom dotes upon to an absurd degree is so dumb that I don't even know how they can breathe on their own. <<less
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Apr 13, 2017
Status: v3c44
A word of warning: Anyone expecting a OP protagonist should leave. The MC is fairly weak and pretty much stays that way, or at least until up to the end of volume 3. Most of the fighting is done by his subordinates.

After going through all the free chapters of Son-con, I have to say I'm pretty surprised. While the premise looks simple at first glance the story has a surprising amount of depth. Aside from the mother-son moments scattered throughout the story (which are delicious) the plot is in essence... more>> about a modern person with modern sensibilities thrust into a world very much in the medieval age.

The MC's influence on his mothers and his own position in society become very important. They become a platform for various situations that force the MC to examine his own values and grow as an individual and come to terms with the vast amounts of political power thrust into his hands and the very different morality prevalent in the world.

In essence the MC is a normal person. He isn't super smart nor does he talented at fighting. He isn't used to death, nor is he really prepared to kill. His biggest defining trait is his kindness. Honestly sometimes he can be infuriating especially when he makes mistakes, but over time he does get better as he grows as a person and fleshes out his personal values. However while he is weak, he is also a lot more proactive compared to many of the Japanese "reincarnated in another world novels". He actively seeks to participate in the new world, and isn't shy about reciprocating the love of his fiance.

One thing I really liked was how self aware the protagonist is of his own weakness. A lot of stories like to make the protagonist strong at a really quick pace, or make them super amazing at governing or economics or whatever just because they come from the modern world and somehow a high-school level education makes them a genius.

It doesn't.

The world even in ancient times was a very complicated place. Just because you studied a little bit of economics does not make you suddenly are able to manage the intricacies of economies comprising of millions of people. Sure it might help a little, but it does not suddenly make you ruler material. The MC is aware of this, and his improvement is done within the scope of his capabilities in a pretty realistic manner.

Another thing that is nice is that the side characters are actually useful. Since the MC is weak, many of the times they need to cover for what he is lacking.

Overall, while I wouldn't say its a masterpiece or anything, it exceeded the expectations I had going in. The first volume is pretty generic, however from volume two onward it really starts picking up. For how absurd the premise sounds its a lot more thought out than a lot of the novels currently being translated.

TLDR: Came for the PLOT, stayed for the plot. <<less
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Aug 09, 2017
Status: v2c31

Well, what to say? Like the one before me said, I too came here for the s*xual stuff with the mothers, but it simply doesn't happen (at least not for now)... And that MC, for gods sake, what an annoying piece of garbage, and the justifications that are given like "he is from our world, he is an ordinary person, he is kind etc" just worsens it all. Really? Who the hell thinks that people in a "medieval setting" (to make it easier for you to understand) will not kill? Should not kill? Resources are scarce, especially in a medieval setting, and that summed with the fact that humans are naturally partially "evil", who for a moment would thought that wars and killing would not exist? That a ruler should not kill? Even nowadays you have to be just too sheltered to don't understand this, lol. If it had the s*xual stuff then I could forgive all of it, but that's basically non-existent, not satisfying at all~

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Aug 23, 2017
Status: --
What happens when you mix the bloody domineering/overbearing elements of a chinese novel and a flimsy ass, (as much as I hate saying this) beta with no backbone japanese type mc?

This godawful excuse of a novel.

MC is a scaredy cat right when you need him to be brave and a merciless tyrant right when he doesnt need to do anything

... more>> the inconsistencies are off the charts that you might wonder if the author was high on something righting this sh*t.

and yet.. You just cant stop reading this train wreck. I must admit though that the world building was at the very least. Average.

not release the witch type world building but at least the author did a little bit of research. <<less
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Sep 19, 2018
Status: v5c18
Be warned!

Do not read it in one sitting!

Protect your brain cells! You are looking for story full of ecchi moments with two beautiful moms!? You will be dissapointed! Why? Becouse those moments were not main points of the story, consored or simply ommited and simply wroten as guess what happened. R-15 rating. in*est? Yes, but not by MC.. r*pe? Yes. Not MC. Cruel characters? Damn yes. Many die poitlessly. He is simply a s*upid guy with below average iq. For most of the story I wanted to kill him.. He... more>> is an extreme case of wimp, naive and s*upid protogonist. In world of magic, he is the least interested in magic. Hi kills his friend becouse she was threatened into killing him.. with the rest of her whole Race!? Yet that prick killed her... So he is on crusade in search for someone to put blame on.. some of his enemies are as s*upid as he is. His human mother is strongest and most cruel monarch. Yet he does not want to use her strenght and change how people live. Most of them live at the bottom without anything to eat. After war there are many orphans yet he does not care. Hero king my ass! Till vol 5 he did nothing heroic.. but many s*upid and pointless things. Ero theme? Close to zero. s*upid MC, close to 100% of the story..

Protect brain cells! <<less
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Oct 03, 2017
Status: v3c21
I honestly don't know why this is rated so highly. I don't see what's right with banging your Mom. I don't understand why a in*est Novel is valued so highly. Maybe I'm the weird here but...

The MC is a huge hypocrite. One of the biggest ones I've ever seen. Might sound like a spoiler but just a heads up to what your getting into.

Being a soldier from a heavy military family I was expecting a soldier-like mentality and some level of intelligence... But all the "soldier" role does is for... more>> convenient sake, to fork out some advanced military blueprints and half baked knowledge.

I could not blame him for his ignorance at first. But ever since the MC had gotten into this world he had never tried to gain any information about the world and still remains ignorant as ever in the story.
I cannot help but to get angry over MC actions...

If you tell the MC "Humanity is greedy" he will take time to ponder over it. That's how s*upid he is.


I wish he'd at least hold some resentment towards Humanity, who abandoned him and treated Elves like scraps.

  • "I shouldn't ask too much or they'll question my identity" Dude just keeps ignoring the problem... Your running away from the inevitable and the identity as an emperor...
  • When he invited the Human envoy to his room and pretended to be angry at him, I thought "Ohh he's pretending to be angry and invited him in the middle of night, what is he plotting?!" But then he's told that Human Princes don't hold power. Why is he the one being shocked? Isn't that obvious logic? Then the envoy left... I'm like that.. That was it? Seriously? *Crickets sounding* What was the point of this then...
  • He says the Ballistas are primitive weapons and what the Human Kingdom has but apperantly chapters later, no they actually have guns and more advanced! The script keeps changing in this Novel. This has truly great potential but the story is everywhere. Didn't he say he was a soldier who lost comrades in battle? Chapters later. No he was actually a trainee who never hurt anyone before. He cowards and fears too easily despite saying he was a soldier. What the hell was the point of being a soldier? As for his hybrid identity and caused for a war. I was expecting a deep background story. Maybe he has a secret body that's why the Kingdoms fighted for this child... But no. I was expecting the Mother to be cold to MC and the MC would slowly gain her warmth from her through his achievements and unique personality. But she easily gave in the first chapter...
  • Didnt he say he won't pursue any other woman? But the first time he enters the Kingdom. "We might have children someday" to another girl...
  • Sigh, what a hypocrite really... He should had known the situation about the Elves along time ago. "Its wrong so I'll save her" Dude it's still happening. What about the rest? He's only saving the Elf because she's a girl! MC even takes her as his woman... You do realize she was a s*x s*ave whose probably been banged many times already right?
  • Even though a lot has happened... We still don't even understand why he has two mothers.... Author will probably make something up again... Then he gets mad and goes to his mom... what happens? He's scared shitless and goes away. Why am I expecting something from him?
  • Then he invites the Merchant to speak with him when he realizes the truth of a coming war. I was expecting MC to be planning something bold.. What happen? He left. What was the point of it again?

I have noticed but this happens repetitively. He encounters someone only to be left unsolved. I keep thinking this guy would do something cool every time he stands up. What makes me more angry is people really over praising it like "MC naiveness is so cute" or "MC was badass". I understand if your reading it if your new to CNs, I'd think the MC would be cool too. I understand if your reading it for 'scientific purposes' but please don't try to justify it... I only did a quick summary of some events to point some stuff out.


Btwn, I really like the effort the translator putted into this. Rarely do we see translators give feed back to the readers. Don't get me wrong I had good laughs. And Nier is like Naberal from Overlord. Literally same personality. If there's one reason, read for that. This is why Nier is excellent. The only thing that has development in the story! (Asides from Elizabeth who gets a little) <<less
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Dec 09, 2018
Status: v11c26
This was a series I came across mainly for the hilarious title and the bizarre-yet-interesting premise. A man reincarnated in another world surrounded by two son-obsessed, big-breasted mothers. After reading up to eleven volumes of it, I can definitely say I don't regret it. The series is very entertaining, but also a bit of a bumpy ride, and not without its share of flaws.

The biggest positive that this series has are the two mothers. As one would expect, they are the main focus of the series, and the author does... more>> not disappoint. Elizabeth, the human empress, and Vyvyan, the elf queen, are hands down the best part of the series. They live up to the "son-con" title and more. They're fun to watch, hilarious, badass to see in action, and their twisted morality makes for both fun scenes and great drama. The fact that they're both rulers of their respective races adds a lot of intrigue to the world, and seeing how they both flagrantly abuse their power to fight over their son makes the story very interesting to watch unfold. This is made even better by how the series doesn't hide how neither mother is a "good" person. Elizabeth is a brutal tyrant who happily indulges in genocide, torture, and rules with an iron fist, while Vyvyan is a psychopathic yandere whose actions in keeping her son to herself reach some horrific lengths (which I won't spoil here). Yet despite all this, both mothers stay endearing because their love for their son is genuine, and their attempts to bond with him range from funny to heartwarming to sexy. And yes, things do get increasingly sexual, so those looking for in*est action will find it here, though it takes a while to build up.

Perhaps the main theme of the story is the MC, named Troy, coming to grips with the harsh reality of the world. The world of Son-con is medieval fantasy, and it carries all the dark aspects that the old ages are known for. This is not a happy-go-lucky fantasy world. It's brutal, dark, and violent. And not only is the typical shounen protagonist optimism and kindness ineffective, it's also outright counterproductive. To survive, the MC learns that he MUST be able to resort to immoral actions, and get his hands dirty. This leads to the central conflict that the MC goes through: trying to hold on to his modern moral sensitivities while also trying to survive and grow in a harsh world. Unfortunately that also leads to the series' main problem.

As you've probably seen from the other reviews this series has gotten, the MC is the most controversial part of Son-con. Sadly, these complaints are not without merit. Troy is definitely the main sore spot of the story, and it's for a variety of different reasons. A lot of it can be summed up in that Troy operates in extremes. For the first few volumes, he is frustratingly naive and a complete doormat. He takes way too long to develop, and makes a lot of silly mistakes that can annoy the reader. Obviously these are intentional by the author so Troy can learn and grow, but unfortunately, even the moments where Troy shows development don't make up for it, because he has a tendency to overshoot and go to the other extreme. As a result you end up with a lot of moments where Troy is way too passive, and other moments where he goes full tyrant and acts excessively violent for no real reason. If I can describe the MC's primary character trait, it's "insecure". Troy has an ego as fragile as wet paper, and so much of his actions are motivated by trying to score revenge against individuals who've made him feel small and weak. At least with his human mother, Elizabeth, she is also brutal tyrant, but backs it up with genuine intelligence and extreme skill with the sword. Troy has neither his mother's wits or strength, thus even his better moments are held back by his insecurity.

This is made worse by the fact that the series tries its damndest to play up Troy's "kindness", but even that is hollow, because Troy isn't really that nice. He's actually bit of an as*hole who constantly cheats on his lovers, and is motivated by a selfish need to satisfy his own ego rather than work to make a better life for other people. Though to be fair, he does have his good moments, namely with his lovers and his mothers. So it's certainly not all bad, and Troy can be a decent guy when he tries. But readers will definitely notice that he is not nearly as kind as the author tries to insist he is. Also he REALLY needs to start training more.

I've mostly talked about Troy, but the side characters have their merits as well. Lucia is an elven, devoted, and good-hearted childhood friend. Nier is a stoic, yet fierce tsundere. You might be put off by Nier tsun-ness at first, but trust when I say that it's worth sticking around for once the dere comes out. Freya is a great little sister character who avoids the annoying traits that her archetype often has while keeping the endearing cuteness, and also being one of the most intelligent characters in the series. There are few other side characters who get introduced as the series goes along, but those are the main ones, and all of them are enjoyable to read in their own ways.

Overall I've enjoyed reading this series, and I plan to continue reading it all the way up to its conclusion. The series is not perfect by any means, and it's not for everyone, but there is plenty of merit to it, and I think people who enjoy isekai novels will enjoy giving this one a try, even if just for the wild premise. Special thanks for the translator for putting so much effort into taking on this sizable LN series. The chapters are well-translated, have few errors, and the translator is very responsive and reliable. <<less
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Aug 04, 2017
Status: --
I've read the raws all the way to the end of volume 3 and I liked it. It's a very slow burn and the story is not for everyone but if you want to read a story about 2 crazy mothers who want to do s*xual stuff with their son then keep reading. That's the main draw even if there's some world building and character development and there's a lot of pe*verted moments. As for everyone's criticisms about dropping the novel because the MC is a wimp, I think people... more>> have this mentality when they read these Chinese web novels and expect someone who can do everything. That's not going to happen in 3 volumes but we do learn the MC eventually becomes a hero king and during the journey he learns the meaning of being a wise and kind king who knows the value of killing people and ruling with strength. I think the journey will be worth it in the end. Also, the mothers do s*xual stuff with their son, that's the real reason you clicked on chapter 1 in the first place right? There's a lot of that. <<less
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Sep 12, 2017
Status: v3c29
This is a strong contender for the "Title that made me spit out my drink" award, facing off against classics like "I reincarnated into a vending machine" and "How to Skilfully Make a Beautiful Girl into a Meat Toilet".

What can I say, it's an incredibly niche category for people who want yandere mother figures, yet it also tries to craft a serious story with intrigue and action despite the ridiculous premise. So far it's been pretty decent. If nothing else, it's worth a read for curiosity's sake.

UPDATE: This story is... more>> fun but goes full ret*rd very often. Characters will act like idiots because the author can't write half-realistic plots. Be prepared to just say "alright" and accept the s*upidity if you continue to read it. <<less
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May 04, 2018
Status: v5c3
  • Great idea for book but MC have no ambition, brainless and good for nothing.
  • Son of 2 most powerful elf and human is not even trying to get strong in world where strength is everything.
  • It's just illogical everywhere. Scarrd of his mother's who would do everything for him. How is it possible?
  • Grow some balls MC because this good boy image without any power depending on miracles all the time is terrible.
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Aug 02, 2017
Status: v2c26
The first volume was interesting prelude and I thought his knowledge from his previous life would carry the plot forward which it did. But from the second volume, everything falls apart. Nier's one dimensional attitude, his (new) mother's relationship, and the lack of progression make it rather terrible. Dropping this...
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Jul 21, 2017
Status: v2c17
Volume 1 was pretty good. However flaws in characters were already starting to show and volume 2 is just bad imo.

MC is an absolute whimp and tries to push his worldview of girls and other things onto other characters. His second (the human) mom is just a bad, a tsundere sadist. As of v2c17 I can't stand these two characters anymore and am dropping it. I really hope that it gets better in the future.
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Jan 10, 2018
Status: v2c3
WAIT! if you want to save your neurons please do yourself a favor and dont read this novel.

Gosh were do I start... the MC as everybody else comments doesnt have much backbone, personally thats completely FINE by me, not every story has to have the "oh I can do everything" kind of MC, actually a scarey one sounds like a premise of a FRESH history, so no, thats not the problem, and neither is the fact that the MC is hella dumb, that could also be a interesting plot point,... more>> NO, the problem here is that every single one of the characters have something wrong in their heads, every action realized by them are consequence of whims and frivolity, in this novel you wont find a single reasoning, argumentation or connection between thoughts in the acts of the MC and company, which isnt a plot point obviously, but a sign that the author isnt... well, a man of "world" to say it in some way, of course I didnt expect the whole story to be plot-hole free and everyone to be smartasses, I am fine with the reasoning being crooked, but the level of what I read was between that of a wild animal and a rock. <<less
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Gunner Xros
Oct 04, 2017
Status: v2
I honestly tried to read past volume 2, but I just can't. Everything about this WN bothers me and brings out the ranting, cynic lunatic in me. I can understand why people like it, but I can't trudge through and past volume 2 just to see if it gets better.

The MC is the most inconsistent and cowardly guy I've read in a while, which is a shame because he actually seems quite likable in the first volume until he travels.

... more>>

They mention that he's a soldier, or more specifically an engineer, but he acts like he hasn't even stepped a single foot into a military base in his life. Maybe I'm wrong, but it doesn't matter what branch of the military you go for, you should at least have mandatory training that prepares you for basic stuff... Like not being a damn coward. It feels more like it's for plot convenience when he tries to invent something or introduce new technology. That's it.

And you know what? I can look past that when it comes to the first volume, because it feels like there's actual character progression and he actually gets on the battlefield and shows that he's willing to fight with the Elves. He wants to become strong. He wants to actually fight by the first love interest's side.

Unfortunately, this all completely shatters as soon as Volume 2 kicks off and he goes to his other mother's Empire. Immediately, he reverts back into a spineless coward that needs someone to hold his hand to go from one scenario to the next. Any sort of character progression that you saw in the first volume is completely wiped clean so that they can draw more attention to how much stronger and better every girl in the castle is compared to him. Another annoyance is that he seems to completely forget all about how much time he spent with the first love interest, with a mention here or there despite the actual romantic atmosphere they left on at the end of the first volume.


Alright, so we got my rant about the MC out of the way, for now. The next problem that I have is with the love interests, or rather the polarizing differences between them to an absurd degree. You go from one being likable to another being the most aggravating, frigid person you can possibly think of and the MC goes full herp derp when it comes to her.


This is just a personal opinion, but I can't stand the second love interest at all. This once again revolves around the MC's suddenly submissive personality, but he essentially becomes nothing more than a masochist and it drives me insane. They introduce Nier as nothing short of a blood-thirsty psychopath that is more than happy to slice everyone apart in the name of the Empress. The annoying part is that the author tries to give her 'redeeming' qualities after establishing that she's supposed to be a cold-hearted mu*derer. From the start of Volume 2 it has been nothing short of, "I hate you, Prince." "Please die, Prince." "Please kill yourself, Prince." etc. But, then we're suppose to suddenly feel something for her because she likes children. Really?

Honestly, maybe if her character was spread out a bit more then it wouldn't be so bad.. Unfortunately, one of the things that makes it even harder to even remotely enjoy anything about her is the fact that the MC is so obsessed with her to a frightening, annoying degree! There is absolutely no context to it either. He literally looks at her, gets abused by her, mistreated by her, and nearly killed by her then just goes, "I HAVE TO SAVE THIS GIRL!" For no reason. No reason at all. He's constantly saying how much he wants to go back to the Elves and that he doesn't belong, but then out of nowhere is just obsessed with keeping this abusive girl near him 24/7 to stop her from killing. WHY?! She clearly states that she hates being around him, that she wants him to kill himself, that she's happy with her current lifestyle. And he has even stated that he doesn't want to be around her, yet for some magical reason can't just go, "Hey, can I get a different guard?" I really don't see the humor in it because there's just no lightheartedness to any of it.

The forced romance just completely kills it for me. Again, maybe things get better, but I can't force myself to trudge through it anymore.


The whole Son-con thing is fine, the mothers are light yandere. I can see why people like that aspect since it's different.


Granted, the whole MC being unable to use magic but somehow having a body that possesses so much mana that he goes berserk every full moon and will explode unless his Elven mother 'relieves' him is.. basically just an excuse for a little bit of ero. I'm disappointed that there's not even a teaser to him getting some fancy powers, it's basically there for plot convenience when he can get with his Elven mother.

Also, just like Nier, the Empress also goes to extremes that turn her personality into just generally unlikable. She tortures and kills people for the tiniest mistakes yet she becomes a schoolgirl when it comes to the MC. So, sometimes it just feels awkward and makes you wonder what kind of genre you're supposed to be reading.


Anyway, I think I touched on all the points I have with this WN. I wanted to like it at the beginning, but as soon as I got past the first volume my interest just completely started to plummet. <<less
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Apr 12, 2017
Status: v3ch11

Funny ecchi harem story, the MC is not op until now (v3ch11).

I like it that although he isn't overpowered, he isn't a total wimp like Japanese protagonists. He seems to have the s*upid hero syndrome like Kouki from Arifureta though... Curious to see if we'll get to see some win*est or just some pink teasing comedy.

... more>> Edit:

We do see some hot action with his moms in the uncensored version, although not to the limit of having s*x with each other (yet?). He does have s*x though. But sometimes the uncensored version just includes some small descriptions that are banned in China, so don't get your hopes up too high when you see that tag.

Translator-san please don't drop this novel, it looks pretty promising. <<less
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Aug 02, 2017
Status: v2c10
The first volume was slightly slow, but enjoyable, with good characters. However, the second volume with the human kingdom made me drop the novel. Some readers like some of the characters in the human kingdom, which I do not understand. Most of the characters in the human kingdom are ruthless and disrespectful to the prince (mc), going as far to threatened to kill him in his face. Knowing well that the human empress does not want anything to happen to her son, (she threatens her close guards to not... more>> touch him), they could also start a war if they kill him (idiots). The human mom is only a tsundere with the son, but she is sadistic and a tyrant to almost everyone else (she had a maid killed for viewing her face). I did not find it cute because the rest of her personally is crappy. According to the other mom, she abandoned and betrayed her son. I am surprised readers like the empress and her guards.

As for the MC, he was a Chinese soldier in his previous life, but sometimes acts like a Japanese high school MC. The MC grows a little in volume one, but then regresses in volume 2 and becomes a wimp. No matter how many times he is threatened or disrespected, he never tells his mom anything. <<less
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Venkat anude
Mar 24, 2019
Status: v12.1
One sentence about MC is low iq less than children, naive, s*upid, brainless, utterly weak even in their races ahhh I don't want say much about him. In short I only wish to kill him people around him treats him like sh*t insults him but he doesn't have self respect forget about retaliation. By the way the readers also treat him sh*t like existence and it's true. The only set back of this novel is him.

Story is somewhat good but the innermonologues are terrible too terrible like (my Luna I want to be with Luna forever eternally externaly internally, I love Neir I will give up anything for Neir I will give up my life for Neir I will even kill anybody, I deeply love Lucia forvever and I want to be with Lucia forever for that when I will kill mom I just wanted to kiss her I just wanted to hug her for entire life and I will not love anybody other than Lucia and the next thing you know he goes for another girl) see like this half of every f*cking chapter is of monologue and it feels really creepy
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Jul 29, 2017
Status: v2c22
Found the story on a recommended list and I have loved reading it.

The concept of being stuck between two civilizations and try to meet the expectations of both is interesting.

The difference between the sensibilities of the main character and the world he has been brought into creates good dialogue.
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Apr 18, 2017
Status: c9
Interesting. Another reincarnated-into-a-fantasy-world story with a ridiculous title... but wait, it's a Chinese novel? I admit, I saw the update being listed in the front page and immediately thought it was yet another Japanese isekai novel with a long name. The cover picture didn't change my mind until I noticed the Chinese wording and the author's name. Even after reading the current translated chapters, it still feel like a Japanese light novel: a lost MC, a fiancee, a bountiful mother, a fantasy setting and ecchiness due to convoluted plot device.

The... more>> MC was a young Chinese soldier who died heroically and found himself reincarnated into a fantasy world, where he was immediately assaulted by his elven mother's bouncy assets. While some readers might think it's going all pink from there on, there is an overarching plot about his heritage and his desire to achieve something in this new world.

It really does feel like a JP novel, yet because of its Chinese origins I am curious as to the future direction of the story. <<less
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