I became the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga.

I became the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga: Do you ever read a manga or light novel and wonder what it would be like to be the villainess? I don’t have to wonder anymore because it happened to me! But let me tell you, being the antagonist in an anticlimactic story is not all it’s cracked up to be. In this blog post, I’ll share my journey as a villainess and how I learned some unexpected lessons. So buckle up, grab your popcorn, and get ready for a wild ride through the world of fictional antagonists!

What led me to become the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga?

I had always been strange, doing things my way and never following the crowd. I was content with myself and didn’t care what others thought. That is, until one day, I met someone who changed everything for me.

He was charming and persuasive, drawing me in with his words and making me believe in what he said. I fell for him instantly, completely forgetful that he was only using me.

It felt like the world had ended when we finally “came out” as a couple. My friends abandoned me, telling me that I was making a mistake and that we had no future together. But despite all the criticism and rejection, I stayed with him.

Eventually, we got married and had a child together. It seemed like everything was perfect until one day, he slipped up and exposed everything happening behind closed doors. He lied to me about who he WAS- someone who didn’t believe in love or happiness but only in power and control. And because of that, I lost everything- my family, home, and self-respect.

Since then, vengeance has been my sole focus…and I will never stop until I have brought him down.

My experience as the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga

I was scrolling through my social media feed when I saw the announcement for the contest. It would be a manga-ka writing an original novel with a villain as the main character. I’ve never won anything before, so this was a perfect chance to try my hand at something new!

A well-known online bookstore hosted the contest, and they were looking for an original manuscript with a female villain as the central character. The only catch was that I had to submit my work within 3 months of being announced as the winner.

I started planning immediately how to turn this into an amazing opportunity. Since this would be my first foray into manga-ka publishing, I would make sure it was amazing! So, in the end, all of my hard work paid off; not only did I win, but my manuscript was chosen as one of the finalists!

But even though I won, things didn’t go according to plan…

The publisher rejected all three of my manuscripts (yes, really). They just weren’t “manga-ka enough.” They wanted something more normal, which is frustrating because that’s not what my book is about! And even if it were, who says manga-ka can’t also write great novels?

The pros and cons of being the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga

There are pros and cons to being the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga. On the one hand, the protagonist can gain a level of power they would never have as the good guy. They can save people, change the course of events, and win the love of a beautiful girl. In some cases, this may be more satisfying than being the hero.

However, becoming a villain can also be difficult. They have to develop a dark side, be ruthless and cunning, and be able to make quick decisions on what to do next. This can sometimes lead to frustration for readers expecting someone who is just like them- someone who makes mistakes and has feelings. As the villainess, you may also find yourself at odds with other characters in your story, something that can make for interesting drama.

What I learned from my experience?

I learned a few things as the villainess in an anticlimactic novel manga:

  1. I had to make sure my costume was perfect.
  2. I had to be careful not to let anyone see me before the big fight.
  3. I had to be sure that my plan worked perfectly.

Despite all of these precautions, things didn’t go as planned. Ultimately, everyone realized who I was, and my plan failed miserably. As a result, I lost not only the battle but also the respect of my allies.

Overall, this experience could have been more enjoyable and taught me some important lessons about being a villain in a manga series.

Conclusion

I was so excited to start reading my new manga, but when I got to the part where I became the villainess, it all quickly went downhill. The anticlimactic ending left me frustrated and disappointed, and I can’t wait to read another manga that meets my expectations.

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