The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior


This award-winning otome isekai series stars a final boss who decides to ditch the whole “villainess” schtick and use her powers to protect—not destroy—the people of her kingdom!

Pride Royal Ivy is only eight years old when she realizes that she’s been reincarnated, destined to become the future wicked queen and final boss of an otome game. She’s got it all in this new life: razor-sharp wit, boss-tier powers, and influence over the kingdom as crown princess. Determined to sow despair and destruction across the land, she… Wait, what kind of a rotten future is that?! Princess Pride decides to drop the maniacal villainess act and protect the male love interests instead, cheating her way to saving everyone she can! Will this final boss end up earning the adoration of her kingdom?

悲劇の元凶となる最強外道ラスボス女王は民の為に尽くします。Higeki no Genkyou to naru Saikyou Gedou Rasubosu Joou wa Min no tame ni Tsukushimasu.

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Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Josei, Romance
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Updated February 6, 2023
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  1. Ive heard this starts out decent but turns into garbage, seeing as the web novel has 1000+ chapters I can see why and anyone that reads Chinese stories can too I guess lol, so imma just stay away and id recommend others just don’t bother too.

    1. its not that bad but yes i agree it does get annoying how the MC refuses to think about the fact that they already avoided their doom the very second she got her memories back and resolved to not be the old Pride anymore…

      1. As a web novel reader, I’d like to point out that unlike some other stories with the same plotline, she actually has a good reason for doing so. I can’t say more without spoiling it though.

        Altair might not like it, but I certainly do. I highly recommend people read this one if they like the genre; it’s definitely one of the better written villainess stories. There’s actually a lot of foreshadowing, but we’re all too genre savvy about how these villainess stories go, so a lot of people just chalk up the foreshadowing as typical villainess story fluff.

      2. Ironically, I feel like it’s the ones where there is some kind of corrective force of ‘plot’ that have MCs that try harder to deny it. When there isn’t, the MCs tend to be passive, or idiots that constantly blame themselves for things they didn’t even do (like Pride).

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