The Principality of Adaar lies devastated in the wake of the Dhala Empire's overwhelming invasion. Princess Sakura, a surviving member of the nobility, flees to an abandoned temple and enacts a ritual to summon a "rare human."
Alright, first thing first - it is an extremely ecchi title, adults only. That's the cue for those under 18 to excuse themselves.
Alright. This work is done by the author of Seikon no Qwaser. And it has the same feitsh. That's the cue for people who didn't like seikon no qwaser to excuse themselves. Same fetish means breasts and breast sucking. I'm not sure why the hell the author is into this, but that's how it is. It'll happen. A lot.
The interesting thing is that the manga has interesting thing going in its art (it has a nice style with heavy use of
black), and in the world (there's lore, and it is interesting), but "boob powerup" gets into your way, all the time. Interestingly there isn't actual sex in it, as far as I remember.
Story: 5/10: It looks like there are some interesting details about the world, like magic history, races, there are conspiracies, plots and so on, but the "boob powerup" gets in the way and detracts from both the story and art.
Art: 6/10: Surprisingly well done, and the style is heavy on use of black ink, which gives it more dynamic look. One work that is somewhat simialr was.... "Tensei shitara Dragon no Tamago datta". Except "dragon no tamago" took the style even further to the point where it was just ink with little outlines.
Character: 3/10 - eh, character? Half of heroes and heroiens are there to fill in some stereotype, and while they can be nice to look at, they are very predictable and stereotypical.
Enjoyment: 5/10 - It was a "Meh". Art was nice, story was messy, ecchi concentrated on a very specific fetish. I got bored and dropped it.
Overall: 4/10 - Proceed at your own risk. I liked the visuals, but the work would've been better if someone steered the artist and script writer away from the fetish they were so fascinated with. If you watched or read Qwaser, however, you'll have rough idea of what you're getting into.
An isekai manga which the main character takes power from breast milk that IS also enjoyable to read? Hell yeah!
- The story is pretty much about Kai, our main character saving the world and in the process, hooking up with girls with special boobies along the way. Eh? Is it instead the opposite? Anyways, the story part of this manga is pretty ordinary with some notable points in the world-building part.
- World-building: The world SnN takes place is heavily inspired by our world's state in early 19th century, with big industrial Empires making colonies all over the world, the twist here, is
that the human race is a rare sight, and the world is populated by magical races, such as elves, dwarves or oni. The overall of world-building is done quite well with some level of research from the author.
- The art is really nice! Thanks to the fact that the manga is monthly, the art is really polished, especially Da bodey and Da booties ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), background art is well-done but nothing that commendable.
- Characterization in this manga, while having nothing notable, is done quite well. The main character development is satisfactory with him being scared and wimpy at the start but gradually he gain confidence and become much more admirable. Other characters, while not having any in-depth development, are all very likable, or in the antagonists case, pretty believable.
- The enjoyment is real in this one. The satisfactory development of the main character, the appropriate amount of struggle, the both relaxing and enticing intervals , the authors have done very well welding all those elements to create a very enjoyable experience for the readers.
- This manga is written for the sake of bringing satisfaction for the readers and the authors understand that, at least up until this moment, the authors have stayed true to that purpose and not straying to any other path that would make the readers feel uncomfortable while reading (rape, ntr, too gory, etc).
- Since the manga is still on-going, this review is susceptible to later changes.