could use a good rewrite.
In some places, it's written from an implicitly Japan-centric viewpoint, but there are a bunch of other problems too:
- "When it's used in a Western series, the greater religious aspects are often ignored." But the description doesn't actually say what the greater religious aspects are - no reference to the Eastern religion reincarnation concepts, etc.
- "Usually, just like an Identical Grandson, a reincarnated person looks exactly like their previous self...." Really? Is that true either in the religious/mystical interpretations, or in stories?
- The description doesn't even give a basic definition of "reincarnation," and indeed uses the term in the first sentence with the assumption that the reader knows what it means.
Tangential unrelated(?) question: Did we used to have a trope called Karmic Resurrection
? If so, what happened to it? Was it renamed to Reincarnation
? That might explain some of the oddities of the description.