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From NOIR:

Lena Ha is a beautiful and a tough girl who is the captain of the kendo team. She meets Hye-Min Kang, the son of the president of a big company in Korea, and the two seem to fall in love at first sight.

But when Lena learns that she and Hye-Min are half-siblings, she runs away and falls into a strange body of water. When Lena wakes up, she finds herself in a strange kingdom...and learns that she may be its only hope. Now Lena, disguised as Ley, is ready for many adventures.


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Associated Names
Vị Cứu Tinh

Groups Scanlating
Cat Chan Scans
Evil Flowers
Mint Scans

Latest Release(s)
v.17 c.55b (end) by NOIR & Evil Flowers over 7 years ago
v.17 c.55a by NOIR & Evil Flowers over 7 years ago
v.17 c.54b by NOIR & Evil Flowers over 7 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
17 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

Anime Start/End Chapter

User Reviews

5 topics, 39 posts
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User Rating
Average: 8.5 / 10.0 (749 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.42 / 10.0
 38% (288 votes)
 22% (164 votes)
 17% (127 votes)
 11% (80 votes)
 5% (34 votes)
 2% (14 votes)
 1% (9 votes)
 1% (8 votes)
 0% (3 votes)
 3% (22 votes)

Last Updated
September 2nd 2017, 6:25pm PST



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English Publisher
TokyoPop (6 Volumes - Defunct)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #311 increased(+8)
Monthly Pos #312 decreased(-26)
3 Month Pos #305 increased(+1)
6 Month Pos #292 decreased(-5)
Year Pos #267 decreased(-32)

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On 1154 reading lists
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Forum Posts
where to buy the volumes about 1 year ago
Lena/Ley should end up with... over 2 years ago
Needs a sequel over 4 years ago
Saver? yay or nay? over 5 years ago
Tragedy over 7 years ago

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SO disappointed by the ending   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by galacticon
July 4th, 2011, 1:11am
This would've gotten a 10 if the author just added one more volume to end it.
I seriously loved this manhwa as I was reading it, despite its many flaws. The plot was really interesting and I loved loved loved Ley and Lucien (and, you know, all the other hot guys). But the ENDING. what. Rushed is a gross understatement. I thought Ley was actually dreaming during the whole ending and that she would wake up to the real world so things could finish up but then it just ended. I actually said, "whoa, WHAT" after I realized that was it.
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
I mean, Michael was even supposed to save her and I thought they'd have at least a couple pages showing him breaking into the castle and whatnot, but it just skipped all that, and all of a sudden the queen's mother comes and whisks everything away and all is good and dandy.

Also, so COMPLETELY disappointed by the lack of action between Ley and Lucien. I thought they had a lot of chemistry but they didn't do anything more than kiss once or twice (and not even consensual kisses, mostly surprise kisses from Lucien). I also love the idea of two people destined for each other dreaming of each other before they actually meet, and this was one of the few love stories I've read/watched that incorporated that, and then...they're barely in love. :/

I'm actually so disappointed by this ending that I don't recommend this manhwa at all, even though it was one of my favorites as I was reading it (and I am REALLY picky about my manhwas/mangas). Stay away sad
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Beautiful art   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by thebikernun
June 2nd, 2011, 11:05pm
What I really enjoyed about this manga was the art. It was all done very well. The story had some pretty interesting twists that kept you coming back for more. I did feel as if the ending was rushed.
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Ningnomaningnong
March 21st, 2011, 9:58pm
Loved this manga....but maaaan did they rush the ending.
SO many mangas do this. Great story but they hardly ever seem to know how to end it right?

This ending was fine and tied everything up....but it's like they had a volume's worth left but crammed it into one chapter. 100% worth the read tho
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The Ending.   
Rating: N/A
by AmoreKiku22
March 20th, 2011, 11:28pm
I enjoyed this story very much. I thought the ending would have been better but that's just me. I believe it was too rushed, plus there was no story development for any of the characters. I really hope something more is coming out.

I agree that the story is confusing a couple of times but still a really good read. It was really good for a long story but again too rushed at the ending sad
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Rating: 6.8 / 10.0
by Oriolidae
March 18th, 2011, 1:48pm
I see that I am not the only one, when I say that I sometimes had absolutely no idea of what was going on. When starting on a long manga/manhwa series, I am quite careful about writing down the names of all characters, so that I don't get confused. But with this one...That just didn't work. bigrazz Hahahahaha! There are so damn many good looking guys with long hair, it's amazing. Problem is, for a very long time you just can't tell one from another.

I really was hooked for the first two volumes, then suddenly there was this crazy introduction of too many kingdoms and too many characters at once. You really have to write down EVERY side character's name down, or else it will kick you right in the nuts later on (which is quite the wrong use of words, since it will mostly be females that read Saver). For some time, in the middle of the series, I considered dropping it because it was so confusing, but I just stubbornly kept on reading. Luckily I began enjoying the manhwa again for the last five volumes (still, that equals that I didn't particularly enjoy 10 out of the 17 volumes). Then things began making sense, just a bit.

Saver works best when the plot takes place at the same location for some time, for instance in the beginning at the school or at the queen's castle later on.

Ah, the characters are also mostly built up by what their occupation is, or what tribe they belong to or what tragedy they've been through, but really, you don't think too much about the flatness of the characters while reading it.

To sum it up, this manhwa confusing as hell, so you better carefully write down all the names (and the haircuts of the persons, since that is the only way for you to tell them apart), and it has it's ups and downs - but it's okay. If you're lacking on stuff on your to-read-list, just give it a shot.

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Quote from blaznazn22
WTFFFFFFFF!!!!!!!!!!!! what is seriously wrong with these fu&*&ing shitty authors?? Do they get boners off incest themes or something?? The story line is awesome but the whole incest thing between brother and sister is like a bitch slap. I just can't stomach it and I dont understand how alot of people can just ignore it.

Rating: 1 / 10.0


Spoiler (mouse over to view)
There is only a very mild incest theme for the two first volumes, and later on you find out that they aren't even siblings, which is quite the common twist in shoujo manhwas/mangas. Please read it completely before making a review from only that tiny bit of the plot.

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(note: the quality of the scans also vary a lot, so be prepared to stumble upon at least 5-7 volumes of LQ)

... Last updated on July 24th, 2012, 3:05am
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A bit rough but gets better   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by MangaGhost
November 25th, 2010, 11:25pm
Starts off rough. The art in the beginning is bad. All the characters look the same except for hair. Little to no facial expressions leaves characters looking stiff. The artist also can't draw a fight scene to save his life. Some panels you are left with wondering whats going on? Transitions are also very bad as it will switch from one person to a different person in another location without warning (also doesn't help that many characters look the same).

What saves this series for me is the story and main protagonist. Unlike some I don't mind that lena/ley has somehow moved from one world or time to another. The story was at first a bit incoherent, but has become clearer as the series moved on. The other thing I like is the main protagonist Lena/Ley. She's smart, talented, a bit cold and aloof. She's also realistic, seeing a slave beaten by her master she walks away saying she wont get involved and attract attention to herself. She's also not unbeatable as she gets captured a few times. This is a refreshing change from all those mangas with heros or heroines who want to save everyone and have a plucky or perky attitude.

Also around volume 5 there is a big upgrade in the artwork, the characters are more refined and more easily differentiated. There is more detail. The author also seems to have discovered their funny bone and some humor gets thrown in. My advice is that you need to stick with the series for at least 10-15 chapters and then it will start to pay off.

Its a decent series with a strong main character, but no way this is a 9 or 10 series.

... Last updated on November 25th, 2010, 11:31pm
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It's missing something...   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by MTHearts16
November 6th, 2010, 6:12pm
I would love to give this manga a 10/10 but the characters are very bland and somewhat emotionally unrealistic. Even the lesser characters were more engaging and alive. Overall the plot and art is just amazing and stunning!
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Confusing, but good   
Rating: N/A
by enaikelt
September 12th, 2010, 1:34pm
The only thing I have to complain about is the pacing, especially in the early part of the manhwa. Twenty or so chapters in, the story settles down and the plot starts to roll, but in the beginning it's confusing as anything and there were a whole ton of characters.

That said, however, it's a good read! It gets better and better as the story goes on, and now I'm actually quite hooked. Lena is tough; and I mean she's mentally tough. Most mangas endear the protagonist to the reader through the protagonists' sense of compassion, but Lena doesn't do that: she has good sense, she's ruthless, and she's good. It's an interesting thing to see.
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Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by blaznazn22
September 1st, 2010, 6:38pm
WTFFFFFFFF!!!!!!!!!!!! what is seriously wrong with these fu&*&ing shitty authors?? Do they get boners off incest themes or something?? The story line is awesome but the whole incest thing between brother and sister is like a bitch slap. I just can't stomach it and I dont understand how alot of people can just ignore it.
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Amazing :]   
Rating: N/A
by lolzmuffin
August 31st, 2010, 4:28pm
I absolutely love this series. I'm not a big fan of manwha but I loved this one from the beginning. I'm finding it a lot easier to follow than most manwhas. It has everything you could want in a good shoujo. an interesting plot, a strong heroine (rather than those annoying whiney, weak ones ones that tend to ruin the whole story), and amazing art... and of course, gender bending :] Unlike a lot of gender benders where the main character gets caught early in the series, Lena is doing rather well hiding her identity so far... Although I'm still fairly early in the series :/

I'm also liking it more because, so far, it isn't too squishy with overly dramatic characters proclaiming their undying love for each other every 15 pages :] (okay, that's a slight exaggeration...)

It's a longer series, but definitely worth the time spent reading.
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