In a world where magic is commonplace, the king is shocked to learn that his daughter cannot use it.
Over the years, Princess Anisphia begins to understand why she is different from the rest of her family. And it is because the memories of her past life begin to haunt her.
Even after a while, after realizing that she can’t use magic like other people, she approaches her father to tell him that she doesn’t want to inherit his throne, hoping that her brother Algard will do a better job than her.
Without much discussion, the king accepts that his beloved daughter dedicates herself to her strange passion, a strange science that has allowed her to invent all kinds of magical artifacts, but due to their rarity, they have remained locked up along with Anisphia.
Or at least that should happen, but Anisphia did not hesitate to become a very daring adventurer, and with the help of her tools she carries out all kinds of missions and faces dangerous creatures.
Meanwhile, if there’s anyone who doesn’t accept Anisphia’s kind of life, it’s Algard, who is envious of her freedom and they way she carries herself, while he must prepare hard to live up to the expectations of an heir to the throne.
For this reason, the king has decided that Algard should marry Euphylia, a talented young woman who throughout her life has been prepared to become queen, however, Algard does not intend to marry her.
And Algard does not hesitate to despise any attempt by Euphylia to get closer to him and know each other better and try to establish a relatively normal relationship.
Instead, Algard decides to disobey his father, and on his graduation day, instead of being accompanied by Euphylia, he does so with Leini, whom Algard clearly appreciates.
Even, in front of everyone, Algard suggests that Euphylia has threatened Leini to stay away from him, and no matter what Euphylia says, Algard humiliates her by calling off her engagement right there, at that moment.
Out of nowhere, Anisphia crashes down, she was testing one of her magical brooms and once she grasp the details, she does not hesitate to take Euphylia’s hand and flies her out of the place.
Finally, Anisphia takes Euphylia to her father, and tells her what Algard has done to her. They understand that Euhpylia’s reputation has been severely damaged, and that her future will be uncertain.
Anisphia is the happiest, since her childhood she has been fascinated with the way in which Euphylia uses her magical powers, so she asks her father to give the young woman to help her with her research and magical inventions.