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  1. Isekai

    Isekai (Japanese: 異世界, transl. "different world") is a subgenre of Japanese fantasy light novels, manga, anime, and video games revolving around a normal person from Earth being transported to, reborn, or trapped in a parallel universe. Often, this universe already exists in the protagonist's world as a fictional universe, but it may also be unknown to them, as is the case with Sonic X. The new universe can be an entirely different world where only the protagonist has any memory of their former life, as in Saga of Tanya the Evil, or one that they reincarnate in. It may also be one where a formerly virtual world turns into a real one, such as in Log Horizon and Overlord.

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  1. isekai

    Isekai is a Japanese term that refers to a subgenre of fantasy where a protagonist is transported or reincarnated into a parallel universe, typically a fantasy world, different from their own. In these stories, the main character often possesses unique abilities or knowledge from their previous life, allowing them to navigate and impact the new world. Isekai narratives commonly focus on the adventures and journeys of the protagonist in their new environment.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of isekai in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of isekai in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9


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