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Hidden Gem Review, Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!

What is the Premise?

I sometimes seen it called “Abilites Average” being an Isekai the story may sound somewhat common. A geeky girl with no friends dies and get reborn in a fantasy world. What set this one apart is that while she was a geek she was really smart, standing out in her class. This is the reason she felt she had trouble making friends so she wanted to be average in her new life. I suppose the gods are quite lazy here, They take the strongest thing alive, and the weakest thing alive and took the average of the two, making her much stronger then your average foe. Soon at the start our main characters she goes by Mile and meet the other main characters
Reina, Pauline, and Mavis.

What type of show is it?

This show know what it is, but unlike many of it’s kind the main goal of our lead is to make friends. Once she and her friends make a group it almost feel more like a fantasy slice of life with adventuring. The story follows the four characters who make the ‘Crimson Vow’ group with most of the focus being on them. With Miles being the only person who know of her home world or of otaku culture she infect her friends with some habits of such, making for fun when they give a reaction or later when they are helping cause the reaction.

Mile, Reina, Pauline, and Mavis, but only one knows of the power rangers!

Is it a Hidden Gem?

In the end, I don’t think this one really stands out, I think this is best comparable to Konosuba that try to mix in the genre of “cute girls do cute things” This isn’t a bad thing ether, although I just feel it was an weak attempt. Regardless of this it hits all the common tropes along with silly boob jokes.

Rating : A Rough Gem!
A fun anime to watch that shouldn’t seriously, but get outshine by better of the same type of shows.

How much of it is there?

One Season is out for this show.
You can watch Sub and Dub

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