Herscherik (Reincarnated Prince Series)


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The day prior to female otaku Hayakawa Ryouko’s 35th birthday, she departed the world in a traffic accident. As she opened her eyes again, she was reincarnated into a beautiful blonde-haired prince of a great kingdom in a fantasy world.

In that great kingdom… In Greisis kingdom, there’s a king despised by his retainers, tyrant nobles, corrupt officials, and so on… It’s in a precarious situation.

For the sake of protecting his father and family, as well as helping the citizens, the reincarnated Prince Herscherik is determined to fight.

Making use of his skill as an office clerk in the past, being full of initiative in his nature along with his (otaku-ish) intellect, the reincarnated prince faces many kinds of incidents.

Books in this series:

I. Reincarnated Prince and the Kingdom of Sorrow

II. Reincarnated Prince and the Knight of Twilight

III. Reincarnated Prince and the Magus of White Rainbow

IV. Reincarnated Prince and the Hero of Light

V. Reincarnated Prince and the Pride of Warring Kingdom

VI. Reincarnated Prince Series: Short Story Collection

Associated Names
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Reincarnated Prince and the Hero of Light
Reincarnated Prince and the Kingdom of Sorrow
Reincarnated Prince and the Knight of Twilight
Reincarnated Prince and the Magus of White Rainbow
Reincarnated Prince and the Pride of Warring Kingdom
Reincarnated Prince Series: Short Story Collection
転生王子シリーズ 短編集
転生王子シリーズ 設定集
Related Series
The Elf Is a Freeloader (2)
How to Live as the Enemy Prince (2)
Akuyaku Reijo Ni Koi Wo Shite (1)
By A Slight Mistake (1)
Gomen ne, Onii-sama (1)
Isekai de “Kuro no Iyashi Te” tte Yobarete Imasu (LN) (1)
Recommendation Lists
  1. Worthwhile Reads
  2. Roshizer recommendation
  3. Second Chance Management with Male MC

Latest Release

Date Group Release
08/18/19 Blob Translations v2c5 part2
07/26/19 Blob Translations v2c5 part1
06/29/19 Blob Translations v2c4 part2
06/15/19 Blob Translations v2c4 part1
06/01/19 Blob Translations v2c3 part2
05/18/19 Blob Translations v2c3 part1
05/04/19 Blob Translations v2c2 part3
04/20/19 Blob Translations v2c2 part2
04/06/19 Blob Translations v2c2 part1
03/22/19 Blob Translations v2c1 part2
01/19/19 Blob Translations v2c1 part1
12/10/18 Blob Translations v2 prologue
10/15/18 Blob Translations v1c10
10/02/18 Blob Translations v1c9 part2
09/17/18 Blob Translations v1c9 part1
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admira rated it
April 4, 2017
Status: v5
This is an amazing series. I binge-read all 5 web-volumes of the Herscherik series (http://ncode. Syosetu. Com/s6899b/) in Japanese after discovering this. It's somewhat unusual, being a female->male reincarnation story. Despite being born as a prince (and therefore with many advantages), he is quite conscious about his own disadvantageous position within his family.

If you're looking for a story where the MC powers up with plenty of cheats and defeats enemy armies single-handedly, look elsewhere. This series is fairly down-to-earth for a reincarnation story.
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AngelKnighz2lips rated it
November 8, 2017
Status: c1 part1
Okay so, I just started reading this story and to me, it is AWESOME. I love stories related to MC's transported to another world. The way how this story is being told, felt very "flow-y" to me. I love how this story is plotted out and how the story has series! I just love it! I am a big fanatic on stories related to characters being transported to another world!

Can't wait for more updated chapters!
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Haruko rated it
September 3, 2017
Status: v2
very good novel.

After reading these first few translations and seeing the illustrations, I got interested and skimmed trough raw chapters with google translate. Allthough google translated raws are not well translated and a lot is lost like that, but I got the main gist of the story and it is honestly interesting.

Protagonist and suporting characters are likeable and well thought, plot is deep and interesting and most of all I like how MC is not allpowerful superman and thus feels more realistic.
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Ann_Risha rated it
July 9, 2018
Status: v1c7 part1
I am very happy to have stumbled upon this story. And to you who skimmed on the reviews, here's a few words from me: this novel reminds me of Common Sense of a Duke's Daughter and many more other like it. However, the story is still far too short to compare with the deep depth of Common Sense of a Duke's Daughter, but Herscherick just reminds me of that novel so much.

Anyways, the protagonist reincarnates to another world, but to a body opposite of her gender. I don't know how... more>> this could possibly relate to the story, but it's something.

The kingdom is corrupt. There's a story--it was mentioned--and a reason to push the protagonist to what he is going to become: a civil servant. As far as I'm reviewing the story, Herscherick is still in the process of learning on becoming one, so hopefully the story will remain the same pace as it is and not info dump on some stupid reason and drag on the story.

There's more info about the protagonist's previous life as an office lady--an accountant, I believe. The previous life isn't just simply a reason for the OP powers of the protagonist--which by the way he doesn't have (magic nor talent for swordsmanship). All he has is his experience as a 35-year old office lady from his past life, and his determination to make things right. He hasn't invented things that an average office lady shouldn't know about nor know of how its constructed, but I think that's not the focus of the story.

There is a small bit of character development from the protagonist

Before he resolved to serve his kingdom, he had thoughts on living a comfortable life as an aristocrat and turning a blind eye to the corruption he was seeing. It was mentioned. The protagonist said so himself. But something happened and now he changed. I don't want to spoil too much so it's better if you actually read it.

and an in depth view on other characters, too. It molds them to life, in my opinion. They're not just there to glorify the protagonist like some god with unfathomable powers (which, again, he does not have).

Lastly, a personal comment that probably has nothing to do with the review: I've been looking for several novels like this for a while, but ever since I have not discovered something as good as Herscherick--Common Sense of a Duke's Daughter aside. Honestly, the recommendations aren't great and have almost nothing common but superficial things with both stories. I shouldn't involve another novel in this review, but their striking comparisons just speaks to me. Both novels are about building a greater and better society while improving oneself as a person, a leader, and their other respective roles. They are wonderful not because of amazing, magical, supernatural powers, but for their wit, knowledge, deductions, and desire for something greater. Herscherick still hasn't gone through true tribulations like Iris did, but his will and determination is there. I feel like if he went through trials, he would suffer and doubt himself, but the rewards will be so sweet. It will be even more so for me as a reader if I see such a development in a character. Hopefully this would happen. I would love to see the protagonist grow, both in a literal sense (as he's still a child) and figurative sense.

I see great potential in this novel, and I hope people will see that potential in it, too. I hope that it will not disappoint me. <<less
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vasiliassy rated it
December 6, 2017
Status: v7c1
I already give a spoiler in the forum! Please read it in https://forum. Novelupdates. Com/threads/prince-herscherik-and-the-kingdom-of-sorrow.27521/#post-3448742

How author tell the story is little boring but the political plot is realistic, very detail, have a long history, and the main problem is good enough to read.

Its like Pharmacy in another world plot novel if you read that novel till raw v6 lol.

Ehm, Its story that tell about shota who collect many of bishounen guy lol, nonono its full of politic ahahaha
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NinjaDemonAngel rated it
September 28, 2016
Status: c1 part 2
So far so good! It certainly seems interesting and proving to have a fun and energetic MC! Those illustrations also seem to promise awesome scenes and I am practically salivating in how the MC is going to make everything work out. Can't wait till there is more!
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Cilia rated it
March 6, 2019
Status: --
gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah only 2 chapters or so in and im already in tears what is this a combination of cuteness and tragedy ???? you lure me in with a cute looking MC and then SLASH AND SMASH AND DESTROY MA POOR HEART ಥ_ಥ (┳Д┳) dont mind me just ranting for my broken heart (T_T) if im like this from only 2-4 chapters I wonder if I can last the whole novel (;へ:)anyway to all da brave translators that are breaking their hearts so we could read this masterpiece thank... more>> you very much....... please don't abandon dis (;へ:) (◕︿◕✿) I wanna give it 10000/100000 if I can ╥﹏╥ (>﹏<) (☍﹏⁰) 。 (╥_╥) <<less
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NoobaLoob rated it
August 6, 2018
Status: v1c8
The king doesn’t do what he knows is right for the country because he’s a king and not a dictator.

The King is an absolute monarch in this story, he is described as being a very powerful knight and magician. While being an autocrat may not always be for the best, when you know a minister poisoned literally the entire royal family... behead him... you don’t need a written confession, forge charges against him. All the subjects in the kingdom hate the aristocracy.. no one would storm the capital.

If our MC... more>> truly cares about the kingdom or his father, he would channel his inner Machiavelli, and explain “the prince” to his dad (who’s a good guy who loves the MC, but is a terrible king). <<less
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