Ariel Dalton Wants to Graduate


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A bright future was guaranteed to her.
But only if she could graduate.

Ariel is a mischievous kid from Fitzsimmons Academy, who enjoys a daily life full of pranks, magic, or both. With no intention of studying, her only goal is to graduate and inherit her parents’ merchant guild.

The graduation banquet finally arrived.

While looking at the mess caused by the prank of her childhood friend Kyle, who is a formidable troublemaker, Rosemary, the “Princess of the Student Council” who was taking control of the cool boys in the academy, suddenly appears and pours out inexplicable resentments.

“Is it a bug? The difficulty couldn’t be this high. Kyle Villard is just a sub-character!”

Bug? Sub character? What the hell are you talking about? Her vision went dark.

When she opened her eyes, she was back to her life nine months ago.

5th grade started again, but Ariel’s daily life, for someone who only wanted to graduate, began to change little by little.

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4 Reviews

Mar 15, 2023
Status: c9
Basically the MC is stuck in a groundhog's Day type situation. Just before graduating, she keeps restarting her 5th year at school. I like that the story doesn't go into the weeds. In the first half a dozen chapters, highlights what happens for the first 5th repeats. The story slows down in the 6th year, but not to the point where it's describing every single day's activities. I honestly find that a little bit refreshing.

The story centers around a strange transfer student by the name of Blossom and the men... more>> surrounding her. You will quickly realize that Blossom is interacting with the world as if it's a game and sees some kind of screen. It's also implied that she's using that ability to influence the men's feelings and actions towards her.

Overall it seems interesting. <<less
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Aug 22, 2023
Status: c36
This is a great story, if you like I Don't Want To Be A Wingwoman, you'll probably like this one! Very similar setting with great, nuanced characters of both genders. This is definitely in my top 10 favorite stories right now.
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Jun 12, 2024
Status: c52
This is soooooo so so good read it so intriguing all the characters you will love the main character is amazing and plot is SO GOOD The comedy is so good I love the mc’s antics and her funny relationships with everyone please read. It’s so worth it.
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Sep 02, 2023
Status: c22
Best K-Novel I've read so far. The MC is a realistic mix of resigned and brightly audacious, and has a distinct and charming lack of Mary Sue Syndrome. The characters experience nuanced emotions, including pettiness and denial and it doesn't even feel fake. The exploration of the Fourth Wall and self-awareness is so cleverly handled.

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When the Empress says "You are not the main character."


Usually, childhood humour is the first thing that yeets itself out the window in historical settings, followed closely by world-building, since the target audience is 'only here for the romance anyway'.

That's not the case at all here - little details are dropped every now and then to allow you to process the world in its entirety, geopolitics and all; no info-dumps anywhere (that I noticed anyway). The narrative is so immersive in its show-don't-tell approach (even through a round of translation) that we get to see these details crescendo into each plot point rather than have it jump out of nowhere. <<less
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