Unlike their other classmates. From the two mentions and meetings of the other groups of students, they seemed to have fallen into dystopian or delusional setting.
Chances are these guys are also pretty extreme, but MC is kinda oblivious, so it's fine.
Side story goes into the guys' POV. Surprisingly heavy and realistic, in how they regard their normality and common sense slipping away.
Like how the mentality of a typical teenager from the city is clashing with the idea of hunting and killing for your food.
There's also a bit of body horror at how much stronger, or game like, their bodies have become too.
This is why when faced with the seductive school beauty, he starts to internally scream and run away. Why? Simple!
Because his newfound ability to see the main trait of somebody, their "title" in this game of life, has deduced her's to be "Corpse Loving Homicidal Maniac"!
Yup. This is that kind of story.
CH 88 and his finger. I admit it, it was kinda stupid, but it was the fastest way to motivate that chick into saving/fighting her love rival. He also gets bonus points for sheer guts.
Just now I've merely glanced around at the classroom's entrance, it's fine even if there's no normal people around already, but now observing carefully, there actually really weren't any normal people at all!
Not even a f***king single one!
What in the hell kind of class was this!
What in the hell kind of school was this!
What in the hell was all of this!
There's a palace and royalty. But there's also a car? Probably modern fantasy?
Just indulge in the fluffy date extra 1
The Heroine (s) are way too obsessed with the game and thinking it will follow canon no matter what.
Unfortunately for them, real life patches over the plot holes, so their narrow-mindedness is kinda ridiculous.
The author also likes to throw in plot twists here and there without any buildup so it's pretty confusing at times.
The ending is also a sh*tty attempt at drama and will leave you confused and frustrated.
This plays off later when the heroine tries to show off her harem and is smacked down by the MC's high spec older fiance.
The person from our world is called the Beneficiary and the 'host' of that world is someone who has called for one, albeit sometimes unknowingly. The 'host' soul/personality doesn't disappear either, but rather they merged together. (From Rosalia + Rin = Rosarin)
I especially like this since it wasn't a dead person from our world typically taking over a child's life, but rather a wish granted by both parties.
The family also realised that their kid has changed, becoming a Beneficiary, right from the very beginning. So no "gotta keep this a secret" schtick. They are very observant and supportive too, compared to the typical cast in the kinda stories.
The also-reincarnated bf is an idiot, who doesn't even realise he's an idiot for proposing to a modern woman that she should be his 2nd wife.
The first "friend" character we see is selfish, petty, and extremely 2D. Techniques of any kind back then were usually kept secret as they are the key to success. So you don't lightly ask for one.