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Kashikomarimashita, Destiny  
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Kashikomarimashita, Destiny - Answer
Yes, My Destiny
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c.Extra Papers by sennoakatsuki over 2 years ago
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4 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.8 / 10.0 (264 votes)
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Omegaverse Project (Fusion Product)

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by violetlily
September 19th, 2021, 3:04am
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
Kashikomarimashita, Destiny is a fascinating and touching story revolved around two main couples and their struggle to find their own destiny and happiness. i don't usually read omegaverse but reading this manga i understand why it was voted as the top 10 best comics on the 2017 Chil Chil BL Awards. The art work is marvelous and beautifully drawn. All the characters are very well-written.

In the first story arc there is Aoi, the young master of Toujo house. While i was reading the 1st volume it almost feels like he's just naturally gaining his own personal harem lol ( Miyauchi + Jirou + Kudou ) but after finishing all 4 volume i'm satisfied with how everyone gets their happy ending with their loved ones.

The second arc -arguably the best part of the manga- will be focusing on Kudou x Miyauchi and their roller coaster ride of love.

... Last updated on September 19th, 2021, 3:10am
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Enjoyable ABO  
by Lucassio
June 17th, 2021, 11:31am
Rating: N/A
The biggest draw to this is the second couple being an Alpha x Beta pairing. Everyone in this manga is pretty good at their jobs and all the characters (including the side characters) have charm to them. Regarding the first couple (Alpha x Omega), I appreciate Aoi being such a hard worker considering the hardships he's had to face his entire life, but he doesn't let that break him down.
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In fact, he's such a hard worker that when him and Jirou fuck, he's like "We're not done yet, continue to cum", which is hot btw, and he ends up birthing twins later on.
Kudou and Miyauchi get their developments with Kudou showing how much of a softy he is and Miyauchi being a sad boy.
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I really felt something when Miyauchi was like "I need to make sure that I get pregnant!" You could really feel his desperation and desire in that moment. Really cute when Kudou mentions that Miyauchi has been "eating for two" and we get to see the child at the end.

There's also some fairy tale motifs going on in places which really brings gravity to certain situations and complements the story's tone at those moments.
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by kunia343
April 10th, 2021, 5:43am
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
I would definitely come to read this again. I especially like the Alpha x Beta pairing. I think their story was very mature. But I probably also like this extra because it was something new to me since this was the first Alpha x Beta pairing I've ever read.
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Better than Disney stories (best happily ever after ending)  
by WhiteIsBlack
October 17th, 2019, 5:27pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
The butlers’ story is far more interesting than the masters. I relate their relationship to a song Rewrite the Stars sung by Zac Efron and Zendaya. It’s pretty frustrating for me because it took a long time for them to officially become a couple. I’m happy they finally are and live happily ever after.
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I am speechless  
by haruny
January 30th, 2019, 9:18pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Wow, I think luck is on my side today for being able to stumble across this beautiful masterpiece. I am not really a fan of ABO/Omegaverses because, most of the time, it's just used as an excuse to draw plotless smut (with a lot of non-con to be exact), so I was very apprehensive on starting reading this one. But I am so glad I gave it a try, because it's such a page-turner!
Firstly, the art is just so captivating and enchanting! It's what caught my interest in the first place. The character's expressions, the backgrounds, the details, everything was drawn so beautifully I just can't get over how perfect it is!
Now the story is definitely something worthy of a lot of praise because of the pace in the later volumes. I admit I firstly thought and hoped that
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Aoi would end up with Miyauchi, after reading the synopsis
so I was a little disappointed when it didn't turn out the way I had expected. I was also a bit confused at certain parts in the beginning because she introduced lots of characters in a fast span of time. But the author managed to keep a good pace afterwards and made an even better turn of events so I was relieved and glad.
The first couple felt a bit cliched to my liking and their storyline felt a bit too rushed for me. But that was all forgiven (and a little bit forgotten tbh) when the author introduced the second couple, which ended up being the actual highlight of the manga.
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Miyauchi and Kudou's relationship was so heart-wrenching and painful to watch (in a good way). The mutual pining and their insecurities were so well portrayed that it makes you root for them so much that you get totally hooked on the plot. I love how their relationship began after Kudou watched Miyauchi being in so much sadness over his unrequited love for Aoi and wanted to make him happy himself (can you blame him? Miyauchi being sad should be prohibited, he suffered enough already!) Also, I totally cried when Kudou told Miyauchi he would carry the child instead if he weren't able to conceive a child. That was just so beautiful and emotional!

There's just so much love, mutual respect and consensus (thank god for some good consensual sex tbh!) between them that I was caught swooning every time they were together.
And lastly, for the characters, I would say the author highlighted Miyauchi and Kudou's individual stories so much that she kind of cast off her other characters. They all had a lot of potential but were unfortunately overshadowed by the two protagonists. It's a little detail that doesn't really affect the plot or anything, but I really wish I could see more of the side characters and their backstories (especially Hijiri and Hajime). But maybe that's just me being greedy for more content.
Anyway, I am really glad I came upon this. It certainly restored some of my faith in ABO/Omegaverses, as well as shot up my standards for such stories lol

... Last updated on January 30th, 2019, 9:25pm
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Omegaverse handled properly  
by arethusa
August 17th, 2018, 11:04pm
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
Volume 1 had terrible pacing and was a jumbled mess. I couldn't tell which panels were flashback and which were current. Good thing they had a good base of really interesting characters to push the story forward (not the ones on the summary--but Miyauchi and Kudou; two butlers that work for the young masters).

Miyauchi and Kudou's beautiful and heart-wrenching story was something I've always wanted to see tackled in Omegaverse. Aoi and Jirou had that typical fairy tale-esque storyline--fated lovers, soulmates and whatnot between an omega and alpha. The other couple is the very antithesis of that (beta and alpha--no indicators to tell you that your other partner is "the one"?. Exploring that uncertainty in a world that had preconceived notions on classes makes this a must-read. Didn't expect to stumble upon it in a Japanese manga!

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Oh man, Sachimo draws those children so adorably. I can't get over Ren, Sakura, and Yuuchi's cuteness.

Edit: The BLCD fixes most of the glaring pacing and transition issues; especially makes it clear who's actually speaking/narrating at certain points of the story, so listen to it if you can.

... Last updated on August 20th, 2018, 8:05pm
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by hirukayuki01
February 7th, 2018, 8:15am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
I love this so much. To be honest i ws expecting another cliche omegaverse manga but this one really surprised me. The first one was cute but the second was full of emotions. Both story had a likeable character develepoment that wpuld leave you all satisfied after reading this. I hust hope author makes a manga about Kudo's cousin and the omega with him. Im absolutely curious on how itll turn out because
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the omega looks like he'll be topping 😂

... Last updated on February 7th, 2018, 8:15am
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Second half of series is worth it  
by 801crazed
December 11th, 2017, 6:16am
Rating: 8.8 / 10.0
The first two volumes with the first couple were full of cliches, but it was worth to read them to get to the such better second 2 volumes. This butler couple was mature and more well developed than the first.

The last full colour picture in this series made my heart feel so full of joy!
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A Well-done ABO Story  
by ever42
November 6th, 2017, 10:01pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
The story started off definitely slow and laying on the cliches, but after the first couple gets together, the story takes off, the drama deepens, and we're treated to a nice aesop about what destiny means. The art was also very nice. It had everything that's expected of an ABO story: the drama, the breakdown of the caste system, and male pregnancy. However, the drama was handled well and I ended up enjoying it.
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Perhaps one of the most developed ABO manga  
by haisukeu
September 9th, 2017, 7:05am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Love the characters and their backgrounds. Really intriguing and gets darker when you know more but they are definitely heading towards the happiness they deserve. One of the pairing (two actually) overcame the fated-mates destiny and it's good. I love their characters too. Just so cute. The way you get to know them more and stuff. Sachimo is good, and this is definitely one of her best. [Finished reading]

... Last updated on September 9th, 2017, 7:41pm
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