Gamei Hitsuji

The Magician Who Rose From Failure: Volume 1

The Raythefts are an old, minor noble house defined by magical talent and martial service. When six-year-old Arcus Raytheft, firstborn son to the family, proves disappointingly inept at magic, he is stripped of his inheritance and written off by his parents. His adoptive sister Lecia still adores him, but as the new heir, she is forbidden to interact with anyone who might drag her down.
But when one inheritance is lost, fate arranges another: Arcus remembers another life, in a world where science prevails and magic belongs to the realm of fiction. Suddenly endowed with the life experience of a grown man and pressed to find a purpose as his family turns against him, Arcus resolves to find a way to break the laws of magic and Raytheft tradition over his knee!
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  • TG Kirkmanhat einen Ersteindruck geteiltvor 4 Monaten
    🔮Unerwarteter Tiefgang

    It’s nice to experience a different type of reincarnation isekai. Oh, and physics training in a light novel… what’s not to love?!

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  • TG Kirkmanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
    Holding yourself back like that and limiting your potential would only lead to regret.
  • TG Kirkmanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
    No one can see the future. I don’t think it’s very noble to let fear hold you back from doing the right thing, just ’cause it might go wrong, do you?”
  • TG Kirkmanhat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Monaten
    “No one fully understands how gravity works. That’s why there are so many theories framed around the question. There’s Aristotle’s theory, which Noah already explained, Galileo’s laws of dynamics, Newton’s law of universal gravitation, Buridan’s theory of impetus, Einstein’s general theory of relativity... There are even some theories that gravity doesn’t exist at all.”
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