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

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Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!
Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! light novel volume 1 cover.jpg
The cover of the first light novel featuring the character Adele von Ascham
私、能力は平均値でって言ったよね!
(Watashi, Nōryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne!)
GenreComedy, fantasy, isekai[1]
Novel series
Written byFUNA
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
Original runJanuary 14, 2016 – present
Light novel
Written byFUNA
Illustrated byItsuki Akata
Published byTaibundo
Earth Star Entertainment
English publisher
ImprintEarth Star Novel
DemographicMale[2]
Original runMay 14, 2016 – present
Volumes13 (List of volumes)
Manga
Illustrated byNeko Mint
Published byEarth Star Entertainment
English publisher
Seven Seas Entertainment
MagazineComic Earth Star
DemographicShōnen
Original runAugust 5, 2016 – present
Volumes3 (List of volumes)
Manga
Watashi, Nichijō wa Heikinchi Dette Itta yo ne!
Illustrated byYuuki Moritaka
Published byEarth Star Entertainment
MagazineComic Earth Star
DemographicShōnen
Original runJuly 11, 2019 – present
Volumes1
Anime television series
Directed byMasahiko Ohta
Written byTakashi Aoshima
Music byYasuhiro Misawa
StudioProject No.9
Licensed by
Original networkAT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11, TVA, ABC
Original run October 7, 2019 December 23, 2019
Episodes12 (List of episodes)
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! (Japanese: 私、能力は平均値でって言ったよね!, Hepburn: Watashi, Nōryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne!) is a Japanese light novel series written by FUNA and illustrated by Itsuki Akata. A manga adaptation by Neko Mint began serialization in 2016. Both the light novel and manga have been licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime television series adaptation by Project No.9 aired from October 7 to December 23, 2019.

Plot[edit]

Misato Kurihara, a genius girl who couldn't make any friends due to her exceptional abilities, is killed after being run over while protecting a young girl. Offered the chance to be reborn into a fantasy world, Misato asks that she simply be reincarnated with average abilities. Reborn as the noble Adele von Ascham, she soon discovers that "average" in this new world takes into account the power of the absolute strongest and the absolute weakest magical creatures, resulting in her physical and magical abilities being 6,800 times stronger than that of a typical human, which is half of that of the strongest ancient dragon (the strongest of all the magical creatures). Attending Hunter's Prep School alongside her classmates Mavis, Reina, and Pauline, Adele tries her best to live her life as normally as possible, which does not prove to be an easy feat.

Characters[edit]

Adele von Ascham (アデル・フォン・アスカム, Aderu fon Asukamu) / Mile (マイル, Mairu)
Voiced by: Hikaru Koide (CM),[3] Azumi Waki (anime)[4] (Japanese); Sarah Anne Williams[5] (English)
The central character, Adele is a twelve-year-old girl with long silver hair. She was originally an intelligent Japanese girl named Misato Kurihara (栗原 海里, Kurihara Misato), who was unable to make friends due to the expectations placed upon her. After losing her life while saving a girl from an oncoming truck, she was offered the chance to be reincarnated into a fantasy world, asking only that she would be given "average" abilities so she can live a normal life. After regaining her memories at the age of ten, Adele discovered that her abilities, which are the average of all magical creatures in the world, are 6,800 times more powerful than an average human, giving her excessive physical strength and powerful magic. After failing to hide her abilities at Eckland Academy, she left her home country and took on the alias of "Mile" to attend Hunter's Prep School, where she forms a party named The Crimson Vow (赤き誓い, Akaki Chikai). She loves anime, manga, and video games, the knowledge of which she uses in her new life in very interesting ways. She has a boob complex, which provokes her anger when someone points it out.
Reina (レーナ, Rēna)
Voiced by: Yuki Nakashima (CM),[6] Sora Tokui (anime)[4] (Japanese); Colleen O'Shaughnessey[5] (English)
Also known as Crimson Reina, she is a mage specializing in fire magic. She was born to a traveling merchant, and became a Hunter at an early age, giving her the most practical knowledge and experience amongst the Crimson Vow party members. She has a signature fire spell called Crimson Hellfire, and has a particular hatred for bandits after both her father and a Hunter group who had taken her in were killed by such brigands. Despite being fifteen years old at the start of the series, she is assumed to be a similar age to Mile, the youngest member of their group, due to her height and appearance which is a source of annoyance for her.
Mavis von Austien (メーヴィス・フォン・オースティン, Mēvisu fon Ōsutin)
Voiced by: Fumiko Uchimura (anime)[4] (Japanese); Claire Corrlet[5] (English)
The official leader of the Crimson Vow (although it is always Reina that does the actual "leading"), Mavis is a 17-year-old swordswoman of noble birth. After running away from home in the hopes of becoming a knight, she met the other members of the Crimson Vow at the Hunters' Prep School and helped to form the party. She is tall and has an androgynous appearance, making her popular with other girls. She is a softie for sappy and sad stories, especially the backstories behind each of her friends.
Pauline (ポーリン, Pōrin)
Voiced by: Masumi Tazawa (anime)[4] (Japanese); Veronica Taylor[5] (English)
A 14-year-old mage specializing in healing and water magic, she is the daughter of a merchant and the resident bookkeeper of the Crimson Vow. Despite her miserly manner, she typically has a gentle appearance and demeanor but is known to show fits of ruthlessness when called for. Her family's company is called the Beckett Company, although whether Pauline's surname is the same has not been confirmed.
Nano (ナノ, Nano)
Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (anime)[7] (Japanese); Steve Staley (English)
A mysterious creature that only shows itself to Adele. It watches over the nanomachines that make up people's magic in the other world, the remnants of a vastly advanced, now lost civilization. In the manga, it appears as a tiny, sphere-bodied robot, while in the anime it looks like a young cat.
Lenny (レニー, Renī)
Voiced by: Hiyori Kono (anime)[7] (Japanese); Cristina Vee (English)
The daughter of a family managing the inn where Mile and later the whole of Crimson Vow take up residence
Marcela (マルセラ, Marusera)
Voiced by: Maki Kawase (anime)[8]
The third daughter of a baron and a friend of Adele's. At first highly jealous of the attention Adele received for her abilities, she and her friends softened up on her after learning of her tragic family past and sincere personality.
Monika (モニカ, Monika)
Voiced by: Kiyono Yasuno (anime)[8]
The daughter of a merchant and a friend of Adele's.
Aureana (オリアーナ, Oriāna)
Voiced by: Hisako Tōjō (anime)[8]
A commoner attending Eckland Academy on scholarship and a friend of Adele's.
The Creator (創造主, Sōzōnushi)
A young man who Misato met after her death, who claims to have a role similar to "God". As thanks to Misato for saving a girl he had chosen to be mankind's future savior, he grants her a reincarnation into a fantasy world with average abilities, as requested. However, since he measured the term "average" using the new world's most powerful creature - an ancient dragon - as a template, Misato's reincarnation has been granted powers far beyond what she actually wanted.
Keiko Kurihara (栗原 経緯子, Kurihara Keiko)
Voiced by: Saima Takano
Misato's younger sister. Although she loves her family, she is not a hardcore otaku like the rest of them.

Media[edit]

Web novel[edit]

FUNA began serializing the story as a web novel on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō on January 14, 2016.[9][10] As of November 3, 2020, 492 chapters of the web novel have been published.[10]

Light novels[edit]

The series was acquired for print publication by Taibundo and Earth Star Entertainment, who published the first light novel, with illustrations by Itsuki Akata, in May 2016 under their Earth Star Novel imprint.[11] Seven Seas Entertainment announced on September 11, 2017 that they had licensed the series.[9]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 May 14, 2016[12]978-4803009224June 12, 2018[13]978-1-626928-69-5
2 August 15, 2016[14]978-4803009491August 07, 2018[15]978-1-626928-71-8
3 November 15, 2016[16]978-4803009668September 11, 2018[17]978-1-626929-61-6
4 March 15, 2017[18]978-4803010251November 20, 2018[19]978-1-626929-37-1
5 June 15, 2017[20]978-4803010657March 19, 2019[21]978-1-64275-003-4
6 October 17, 2017[22]978-4803011210June 25, 2019[23]978-1-64275-086-7
7 March 15, 2018[24]978-4803011609November 05, 2019[25]978-1-642757-22-4
8 July 14, 2018[26]978-4803012101March 24, 2020[27]978-1-645052-11-1
9 November 15, 2018[28]978-4803012521July 07, 2020[29]978-1-64505-487-0
10 March 15, 2019[30]978-4803012811September 29, 2020[31]978-1-64505-721-5
11 July 16, 2019[32]978-4803013146December 22, 2020[33]978-1-64505-792-5
12 October 12, 2019[34]978-4803013498March 16, 2021[35]978-1-64505-818-2
13 March 14, 2020[36]978-4803014006June 29, 2021[37]978-1-64827-201-1
14 January 07, 2021[38]978-4757570245

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation with art by Neko Mint began serialization online on Earth Star Entertainment's Comic Earth Star website on August 5, 2016.[39][9] Seven Seas announced on September 11, 2017 that they had licensed the manga.[9]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 March 15, 2017[40]978-4803010091July 24, 2018[41]978-1-626928-72-5
2 October 17, 2017[42]978-4803011173December 24, 2018[43]978-1-626929-53-1
3 June 12, 2018[44]978-4803012002May 21, 2019[45]978-1-642750-84-3
4 October 12, 2019[46]978-4803013436October 20, 2020[47]978-1-642757-50-7

Anime[edit]

An anime adaptation was announced via Twitter on February 26, 2018.[11] The anime, later confirmed to be a television series, is directed by Masahiko Ohta, written by Takashi Aoshima, and animated by Project No.9, with Sō Watanabe as character designer and Yasuhiro Misawa as music composer.[4] The series aired from October 7 to December 23, 2019 on AT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11, TVA, and ABC.[48][49] Azumi Waki, Sora Tokui, and Masumi Tazawa performed the series' opening theme song "Smile Skill=Sukisukiskill", while Waki performed the series' ending theme song "Genzai ↑ Banzai ↑".[50] The series is streamed by Crunchyroll worldwide outside of Asia.[51]

No. Title [52][a] Original air date
1"You Said I'd Get a Do-Over in a New World!"
Transcription: "Shintenchi de Yarinaoshi tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 新天地でやり直しって言ったよね!)
October 7, 2019 (2019-10-07)
After being run over by a truck and being offered the chance to be reincarnated in a parallel world, Misato Akihara, who felt unhappy in life due to her high intellect, asks that she be reincarnated with average abilities. Reborn as a noble named Adele von Ascham, the girl, going under the alias "Mile", travels to the capital of Tis to start an average life. Learning that several children have gone missing, Mile goes to search for them, encountering Mavis von Austien the knight, and Reina the mage, on the way. Finding the missing children along with a merchant named Pauline, the girls confront the kidnappers and their leader, Arledy. When her small stature is insulted, Mile, whose abilities are actually the average of all magical creatures in the world, inadvertently uses her overly powerful magic to defeat the kidnappers with ease. The next day, Mile begins attending Hunter's Prep School, discovering that Mavis, Reina, and Pauline are all her roommates.
2"Didn't I Say the Four of Us Would Be a Party?!"
Transcription: "Yonin de Pātī tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 四人でパーティーって言ったよね!)
October 14, 2019 (2019-10-14)
As lessons begin, Mile tries to hold back her abilities to appear average, only to make her roommates even more suspicious of her. Later, as the girls form a party and go on a quest to hunt some horned rabbits, Mile decides to train the others to become stronger in the hopes that she'll stand out less. Just as they complete their assignment, the girls are ambushed by a group of rock golems but manage to defeat them with what they've newly learned.
3"Didn't I Say to Make My Graduation Plain and Simple?!"
Transcription: "Sotsugyō wa Jimi ni tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 卒業は地味にって言ったよね!)
October 21, 2019 (2019-10-21)
After six months have passed, the girls make plans to form an official party following graduation. With the school faced with closure, the principal asks the girls to take part in the graduation's mock battle against B-rank hunters and win against them. On the day of the battle, Mile is approached by Arledy, the one behind the closure, who offers to revoke the closure on the condition that she become hers if her party can't win without any losses. To both of their surprise, however, Mavis, Pauline, and Reina all manage to win their battles with the skills they learned in the past six months. For the final battle, Arledy steps in to fight Mile herself but quickly surrenders after witnessing Mile's power first hand.
4"Didn't I Say This Was the Crimson Vow's First Step?!"
Transcription: "Akaki chikai no Daīppo tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 赤き誓いの第一歩って言ったよね!)
October 28, 2019 (2019-10-28)
After their graduation, Crimson Vow begins to undertake Hunter quests in order to cover their living expenses. After a few gathering quests, they accept an assignment as guards for a caravan, where they befriend an old merchant. After an embarrassing incident with their garments, the Crimson Vow prove their worth by handily defeating an attacking robber band, their wizard ally, and his upgraded rock golem. During the fight, however, Reina reveals an overly intense hatred for bandits.
5"Didn't I Say That We're Doing Everyone's Backstories?!"
Transcription: "Minna no Mukashibanashi tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: みんなの昔話って言ったよね!)
November 4, 2019 (2019-11-04)
One night, during a camp break, Mile, Reina, Mavis, and Pauline tell each other their background stories. Reina, a peddler's daughter, has come to hate bandits since such people first killed her father and then the Crimson Lightning, an adventuring Hunter band who had taken her in, leading to the revelation of her magical abilities. Mavis ran away from her noble home when her father and brothers denied her desire to follow in their footsteps as a knight. Pauline is the daughter of a well-to-do merchant who was murdered and his business annexed by his treacherous head clerk, driving her into becoming a Hunter in order to avenge her father. On her part, Mile tells of her story as Adele von Ascham, how her mother was murdered and she was driven from her home by her new stepmother, and how she made her first friends at Eckland Academy until an incident with her magical powers caught the king's attention, forcing her to run away and adopt her new identity as Mile.
6"Didn't I Say I'm Not Going Into the Forest Anymore?!"
Transcription: "Mō mori e nante ikanai tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: もう森へなんて行かないって言ったよね!)
November 11, 2019 (2019-11-11)
The merchants escorted by Crimson Vow make it safely to their destination, where they meet the old merchant's granddaughter, Anne. Right afterward, the merchants must deliver another shipment, but on their way, they are beset and murdered by bandits. Determined to avenge them, Reina makes off into the woods on her own, followed by Mile, Mavis, and Pauline. The girls discover that the bandits are actually soldiers from the neighboring Albarn Empire assigned to disrupt Amroth's trade revenues, and defeat them all, at the same time stopping Reina from killing their leader. The old merchant also turns out to be alive, having by sheer chance evaded the attack, and is happily reunited with his granddaughter.
7"Didn't I Say We Should Take Breaks Sometimes?!"
Transcription: "Tama ni wa kyūka tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: たまには休暇って言ったよね!)
November 18, 2019 (2019-11-18)
After their successes on the road, Crimson Vow decides to take a break. At a loss at what to do, Mile decides to go to the beach, and tailors new bathing suits for herself and the other girls, although this causes a slight scandal when these turn out to be too revealing for this world's fashion sense. But as they return to their inn, Pauline backs off the group and disappears after spotting a soldier lurking in an alleyway.
8"No One Mentioned That Pauline's Getting Married, Did They?!"
Transcription: "Pōrin ga kekkon tte Itte nai yo ne?!" (Japanese: ポーリンが結婚って言ってないよね?!)
November 25, 2019 (2019-11-25)
Just as Mile, Reina, and Mavis are wondering where Pauline has gone, they receive a letter from Mavis' family, telling them that her third-eldest brother is marrying Pauline. However, this is just a ploy by her father's former head clerk and his friend, Viscount Boardman, to form bonds with a prestigious family line, and to ensure Pauline's cooperation, they hold her mother and younger brother hostage. In order to stop this insidious scheme, Mile, Reina and Mavis invade the Beckett estate, and Mavis' father, Count Austien, calls for a trial by combat, which Pauline easily wins. When Count Austin demands that Mavis returns home, she refuses, forcing Mile into a trial by combat against the Count. After being defeated, the Count finally gives in and approves of Mavis' career choice.
9"Didn't I Say Wyvern Hunting?!"
Transcription: "Waibān tōbatsu tte Itta yo ne?!" (Japanese: ワイバーン討伐って言ったよね?!)
December 2, 2019 (2019-12-02)
Tired out by the workload Lenny heaps upon them at their inn (in exchange for a reduction of their rent), Crimson Vow takes up a Wyvern hunting quest, despite Wyverns being exceedingly difficult hunting targets. They visit the village in whose vicinity the Wyvern in question has settled, and bring it down after Mile employs several airborne attacks using her teammates as living missiles. However, before they can kill it, they are stopped by Booneclift, a royal mage who befriended the Wyvern, whom he named Lobreth, in his youth. With those two old friends happily reunited, and with Booneclift generously recompensing all parties involved, Crimson Vow fulfills their long-desired dream of erecting a private bathouse on the inn's grounds.
10"Didn't I Say Surprises Should Be Kept Secret!?"
Transcription: "Sapuraizu wa naisho de tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: サプライズは内緒でって言ったよね!)
December 9, 2019 (2019-12-09)
While celebrating Lenny's 11th birthday, Mile wistfully thinks back to the first birthday she had ever spent with friends at Eckland Academy, prompting the rest of Crimson Vow to prepare their own surprise party for Mile. However, to do so, they have to gather funds on their own without telling her, making Mile become obsessed with the idea that the others are abandoning her. Still, even after the secret comes out, the party comes to pass - until a relieving Mile confesses to having committed some minor transgressions against her own teammates.
11"Didn't I Say Arrogance Leads to Trouble!?"
Transcription: "Manshin wa kinmotsu tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 慢心は禁物って言ったよね!)
December 16, 2019 (2019-12-16)
Wishing to prove to Mile that they are not too dependent on her for help, Reina, Pauline and Mavis decide to accept a particularly difficult quest: Finding an investigation team gone lost while exploring the peculiar fluctuations of a nearby forest's monster population. As they enter the forest, Crimson Vow discovers that some powerful creature has settled in the deepest part of the woods and subjugated the local beast people as its servants. After freeing most of the investigation team, they go after their leader, an elf scholar named Cu Leleia, still held captive in a set of ruins being excavated by the beast people. However, there they are forced to discover that their opponent is an elder dragon, one of the most powerful creatures in this world, and Mile ends up fatally wounded.
12"Didn't I Say The Crimson Vow Would Never Be Destroyed!?"
Transcription: "Akaki chikai wa fumetsu tte Itta yo ne!" (Japanese: 赤き誓いは不滅って言ったよね!)
December 23, 2019 (2019-12-23)
As she lies dying, mired in self-doubt, Mile recovers upon seeing her friends fighting for their lives, and with her newfound determination she manages to boost her magical power, easily defeating the elder dragon and two of its congeners. From the dragons, Crimson Vow learns that they were seeking to unearth the remnants of a prior, more advanced civilization that died out when it could not develop any further. Although they and Nano, a remnant of that lost culture, refuse to divulge their motives, Mile eventually deduces that they might be looking for that civilization's lost weapons to increase their power. Mile decides to leave on her own in order to discover their plans and perhaps save the world, only to find Reina, Pauline, and Mavis joining her willingly on her new quest.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.

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