Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne!

Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!

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Alternative Titles

English: Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!
Synonyms: Noukin
Japanese: 私、能力は平均値でって言ったよね!


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 7, 2019 to Dec 23, 2019
Premiered: Fall 2019
Broadcast: Mondays at 23:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Project No.9
Source: Light novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.871 (scored by 5114151,141 users)
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Ranked: #41622
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Popularity: #1324
Members: 104,932
Favorites: 292


Both feature cute, overpowered girls in fantasy RPG-like settings. BOFURI takes place inside a video game and Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne is all in reality (reality for the show anyway, it's in a fantasy setting), but they have similar vibes. If you like one, you'll likely enjoy the other! 
report Recommended by elzbach
Slice of life animes about a group of girls on their fantasy adventure with some of the best comedy ever with wholesomeness splattered all over it. Both are great, if you liked one you'll love the other.  
report Recommended by DarknessReality
Both have overpowered female mains that get isekai’ed to another world and goes on adventures. 
report Recommended by ukiAY
Both are funny slice-of-life stories with elements of fantasy & action and extremely similar premises: An otaku of sorts dies after getting hit by a car, and gets isekai'd in a medieval-esque world of magic. Because they possess knowledge of their former lives, they almost immediately become OP geniuses and revolutionize the way magic is used; however, they also possess little in the way of common sense, which often results in shocked responses from those around them. Early on, they make new friends whilst attending school, and eventually band together in order to defend people from various monsters. The main differences are: 1) WMG has more of  read more 
report Recommended by simplydru
Both of these shows are super hilarious isekai shows however Watashi, Nouryoku (WNH) has less sexual humour and the entire cast is female. I found WNH to be quite funny and I hope more people watch the show 
report Recommended by Maki_3nzie
Both main characters have super powers and are very strong, yet want to live a normal, average, life. 
report Recommended by dadnaya
They are both very underrated comedy shows and have way too many references to pop culture. The difference is that Jashin-chan Dropkick has a darker comedy style while Abilities Average is more light-hearted. If you like to laugh a lot, try both animes :) 
report Recommended by Normandy_Youtube
Both shows revolve around a character who was Isekai’d into a fantasy world with strong magical powers. Both have some small dose of comedy. Both characters have some title of nobility. Both MCs want to be adventurers. In 8th son this quickly becomes a side objective, while its front and center of Noukin. Both MCs get more attention than they wanted. 
report Recommended by Zemerax
The protagonists of both series play the straight man to the tropes the series uses. 
report Recommended by Tenderizer17
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. That famous quote by Arthur C. Clarke describes those two anime pretty well. In "Didn't I Say?" it is revealed in the first episode that "magic" is just the work of a very advanced nanotechnology. In "Scrapped Princess" it is heavily implied that "magic" is some kind of lost technology. 
report Recommended by mozgow
Both anime start out as the same with the heroine being teleported and reincarnated as anime game characters. There's romance, and comedy in both series.  
report Recommended by -Rosia
The general plot: An overachieving otaku who was run over by a car is reincarnated in a world governed by magic. Thanks to the possession of amazing talents and advanced knowledge of science & technology, the MC quickly becomes an OP badass prodigy who is considered more than a little eccentric. The main differences: 1) K&M's MC was a 20-something male in his previous life; the MC in Noukin was an 18 year-old girl 2) In Noukin, the MC just wants an average life; in K&M, the MC is obsessed with building cool robots 3) K&M follows the MC & his knightly order; Noukin is about a party  read more 
report Recommended by simplydru
Both parody the Isekai genre by making their protagonist even more OP then usual. Both aired during the same season. 
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