Series Information
Albert Ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo go Shomou desu (アルバート家の令嬢は没落をご所望です), fan translated as The Daughter of the Albert House Wishes for Ruin, is a Japanese web novel series that became a light novel series, and it has recently been adapted into a manga series. The novels are written by Saki, with character designs and illustrations by Futaba Hazuki. The manga adaptation is by Tsukasa Satsuki. Albert Ke no Reijou is part of the isekai (different world) genre.

Mary Albert, the eccentric 18-year-old daughter of a duke, suddenly remembers that she has been reincarnated into the world of an otome game (a video game geared towards girls, where the "heroine," or player character, romances multiple male characters). The video game version of Mary is a villainess, who cruelly harasses the heroine and is ultimately exiled at the end of the game. Although in most otome game isekai series, the reincarnated "villainess" strives to avoid death or exile, Mary - reluctantly accompanied by her personal butler Adi (Addie) - instead decides to embrace her role and obtain game-Mary's "ruin" end.

The light novel series currently has 6 volumes, and the manga, which began serialization in late 2018, currently has 2 volumes. Neither the light novels nor the manga have been licensed in English. English fan translations of the web novel can be found at NovelUpdates.com, and translations of the manga are at Mangadex.org.

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Albert Ke no Reijou wa Botsuraku wo go Shomou desu and Mary are © Saki.
Character designs and novel illustrations are © Futaba Hazuki.
The manga adaptation is © Tsukasa Satsuki.
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