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English PublisherOne entry per line
Release FrequencyEvery 53.8 Day(s)
Activity Stats [Graph]Weekly Rank: #3934
Monthly Rank: #2312
All Time Rank: #650
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Monthly Rank: #319
All Time Rank: #272
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There are always four kinds of people in the traditional Mary Sue world. The Male Lead, the Mary Sue female lead, the woman who never wanted to see the female protagonist live a good life, and the infatuated man willing to destroy heaven and earth to get the female lead.
However, with the rapid expansion of the army of rotten women, there is also a growing type of character, and that is a man who is also infatuated with the male lead… This character is referred to as the gay guy. They share the same infatuation as the second man, also has a tragic end and works together in hindering the male and female protagonist’s love.
Fan Yuan has walked in every time and space playing as the gay man. He had always enjoyed it, until one day, with superb acting, he made the male lead bent… o (╯-╰) o
Fan Yuan (affectionate confession): “I do not want to be your brother, in fact, I have always loved you.”
Someone (fondly looking back): “Me too.”
Fan Yuan (⊙_⊙): “…”
You’ve got the wrong line, bro!
Associated NamesOne entry per line
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- Yandere for the soul (Bl)
- Completed - Part 1
- (BL) Yandere leads so possessive they make you wis...
- (BL) Cannon Fodder Mc x Possessive/Yandere ML
It's basically a man who keeps reincarnating as the the token gay guy doomed to fall for the male lead but never get his attention. As a straight man, the MC is quite alright with the fact that he only has to pretend to be in love with all the ML's...... until the ML actually falls for him.
RATE: 2. Doesn't age well.
- CHARACTERS: MC is a rag. I often get frustrated at him because of his actions. He should follow the plot and should not OOC, but MC often does the opposite and those ruined by ML plots counts as well, so what's the point? He tries to cross over as smart, but he's not. Not smart enough to fix the plot or adapt to it accordingly when ML changes it to his will. When he gets with ML his main thing is to find him asap, which obviously will lead to ruin of the plot he cares so much about... like where's the logic. ML is another overbearing beast. Another one who decided to stuck himself to MC, doesn't care if MC finishes the plot or not (well, he's great God, so who cares) or fixes the plot on a whim. Has weird tendencies for role plays when MC can't recognize him and he gets messed up emotionally (like read Arc 7, you'll know what I mean). All the other characters don't count, they're so forgettable it should be awarded.
- PLOTLINES: flat AF. They're so flat it's exhausting. They're boring, forgettable and really don't even move your heart a little bit. It only describes things, but doesn't incorporate many things in the plot to somehow express it. Also plotlines move only by interactions of few characters and mention of few events. There are little to no description about the world or what is happening, only simple actions and simple things. As for ending, I don't know atm, I'm actually considering dropping this and switch to something else.
- RELATIONSHIP: can it be called this? Well, author tries to make you think like this. I suppose they think overbearing ML who basically forces MC along should be called a love story? I call it 'cringe story' hun. Ironically, I doubt MC would "love" ML eventually if that one didn't tag along. Actually him tagging along cheapened the entire 'fated' thing. It's simply forcing and later MC just gave up, no matter how prettily author tries to portray it.