I've yet to finish the raws but I've read the ending (It's my hobby to check the ending before reading from the beginning). This story is mild at the earlier chapters but full of mystery, fights and fantasy starting from chapter 30. The school arcs are kinda boring but I can't forget how Morie jumped in front of a train but she didn't die because she already foresaw where and why the train would suddenly stop. She did that for her bullied classmate who planned to commit suicide. It's really not a romance novel so the genre is wrong.
About Morie, she's actually a pitiful girl, outcasts from her school and family. I don't know why her father is excluding her so he's someone I want to butcher. Love interest? This is not shoujo.
When it comes to the real plot, it started good and ended awesome. I'm in awe of Yu Wo's antics where she turned the greatest Sun Knight into a Demon King.
-it's a world-hopping series, quick transmigration in other terms, but MC is male, not female or female at heart
-there are more or less 20 chapters in an arc, so it's really a series of quick transmigrations
-MC knows how to act out his part, he never gets OOC, meaning you won't find him transmigrating into a writer's body who suddenly know how to play with guns
-His character is always a scum male and it's his job to turn those characters into prince charming which is really fun to read
-The system only appears every beginning and/or ending of an arc, and its job is only to ask him if he wants to take a break or go straight to the next mission world, that's it. It's rare for me because many authors of QT novels love to insert some host-system scenes as fillers in the chapters. But here, no. Sometimes you'll even forget that he also has a system. It's a plus for me because it gives me the impression that everything that happens in the arc is his hard work only
-No thighs to hug aside from his, lol
She's not allowed to change the fate of the main character. Scratch that, she's allowed to do that only twice, but once she exceeded that, she would get trapped in the cinema, ending up like the other faceless staffs working in that mysterious and eerie cinema. And oops, it's another unique feature of this story, the staffs there are probably souls or punished people and each of them has a ticket that they could give to people. In the future, MC would be in dire need of tickets because without a ticket she won't be able to enter. It's just that, the tickets of the staffs are traps, once she accepts them, she would end up also trap in the cinema, and arrgggg, this cinema truly has so many rules.
BTW, I feel betrayed... All this time, I was praying for her to end with up the midnight theater's door guard... only to learn later that he was actually her DAD when she transmigrated into an ugly pampered girl of the republic era. This dad of hers seemed to have traded his freedom and soul for revenge but I'm not sure yet how he's going to do it. Anyways, the point is he seems so gentle and caring and her conversation with him is really misleading that's why I feel betrayed. Arrgggh. Now, the one she's most likely to end up with is that rude guy who keeps on doubting and demeaning her as an actress. Hopely not. The one I'm seeing potential to end up with her next is actually a cinema staff, but this one is kinda unique because he's been with her in one of the movies she had been to. And this guy is dead over heels for her in that movie.