The MC is a complete Mary Sue. She may be ugly in game but she's extremely hot in real life, a brilliant martial artist and comes from a well off family.
Everything is also given to her. I understand it's an integral part of the 'comedy' but seriously. From gear to pets to guys, everything falls into her lap just cause. Hell she's barely played the game for two weeks and now she's already a lower upper class player? Also coupled with her amazing martial arts skills, she can piss off the rank 2 player when she herself is still a noob. I think that's pretty telling for how all future conflicts will go.
Next. The game itself sucks. Actually I can't judge since they glossed over most of it in favor of the siblings visit to grandpapas, and other real life things. I understand she has to be relevant to the #1 guild, but the worldbuilding is suffering because of it.
The humor is also falling flat, and though there is some character development. It's by the side characters. Q&S remains the enigmatic dude who's every girls fantasy and the MC the teenage girl who enjoys such fantasies. Like there was a part where they each exchanged a server wide downpour of roses for 10 minutes. Was it trying to be funny? Well it may have attracted a giggle or two, but there is a severe lack of comedy aside from people reacting to the Mc' S face or the rngesus events which feel forced as fuggles
There was a great amount of potential in the story, but it's execution was poor as well as its plot progression events.
First reaction upon meeting a hot girl in a new world: let's kiss her! Like really? And she's all down for it. Since when do people do that?
1. The side characters aren't pieces of cardboard! Ok, maybe cannon fodder #1 is, and maybe his mother (a little). Everyone has little secrets, flaws, and plans which really add to the story. The crown prince comes off as a dumb dog, but ends up growing on you as he goes through his own "mini" character development, becoming more confident and less arrogant. You actually wonder how the side characters will further contribute to the story, and (hopefully) aren't just chucked away after making an appearance in one part of the story.
2. The story revolves around the main character... Wait, shouldn't stories normally do that? Well yeah, but rather than being given an OP plot device that pushes the MC along on a set path, instead the MC is guiding the story, and the events happening are heavily influenced by his prior actions. Not gonna name any names, but this MC actually has a goal in mind (even though its a rather basic one).
3. Familial Love! It seems to be a recurring theme here. You can tell the MC loves his mom, and it shows. (Unlike other stories...*cough* Coiling Dragon *cough* Alchemy dude loves his kid, Emperor dude loves his first son. I really found it heartwarming, and you can see how it plays into the decision making in the story.
4. There's no harem! At least not yet. No girls having fallen for the MC (yet). No useless pandering to the readers to try to make the MC seem more masculine and alpha, not that I would mind that all too much. But I'm ok with not having a "best girl" immediately shoved into my face with every story.
5. We're still in the beginning stages of the story! There's still so much to happen, and I'm already enjoying it immensely. There's already a setup for a war arc, and those are always fun... unless the writer gets sloppy and just has him nuking everything to oblivion. Ragnar is already being set up as a smart, capable individual, and he's the enemy! I'll put my money on this story being more than just a fight-> train -> fight some more type novel.
6. Oliver. No real explanation. He just seems cool, and it feels like he's gonna have some badass moments in the story to come. Again, redirect back to point 1.
Is it a masterpiece? No. But it's very good considering the overall quality of the novels here.