Free Life Fantasy Online


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Free Life Fantasy Online… a.k.a. FLFO.

Tsukishiro Kotone receives this game as gift from her little sister and starts playing.

The character’s race she has selected was… one of “Inhuman” races for enthusiasts.

A race said to be bad even among Inhuman races that are known to be difficult – a Zombie.

Associated Names
One entry per line
Free Life Fantasy Online: I’ve Started Immortal Princess
Free Life Fantasy Online ~Beginning of the Inhuman Princess~
Free Life Fantasy Online ~Immortal Princess Hajimemashita~
Free Life Fantasy Online ~Jingai Hime Sama, Hajimemashita~
Free Life Fantasy Online ~人外姫様、始めました~
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Recommendation Lists
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  2. Female Protagonist (No CP)
  3. Game/system like elements
  4. JP FMC Novels
  5. My Favorite Novel

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frungy rated it
August 10, 2020
Status: c20
I was interested in this story after hearing that it fixes so many problems that were present in OSO, however after reading ~20 chapters of FLFO the sad reality is that it trades some problem for other (more obnoxious) problems.

The main problem I had with OSO was the MC himself and the story, FLFO seems to "fix" this by making the MC even more bland and forgettable. I mean I've read the first 20 chapters and the MC never actually expresses a personality or an original thought the entire time.

The... more>> World of OSO in general made sense as a game world, the world of FLFO on the other hand, makes no sense at all.

Things such as:

  1. Spoiler
    • Why in the world does the MC randomly get so dead set on su*cide exploring past her level? (Aside from the story really forcing the first evolution to be EX)
    • How in the world does the MC suddenly get top tier cooking skill levels in only a couple days? Despite the fact that non-player cooked food is apparently horrendous? (e.g. The demand should be high, and no, the "lack of ingredients" thing makes no sense either)
    • How does the MC with no apparent gaming skills or history with games, suddenly have top tier server wide power level? (And no, the "zombies give lots of exp, but players don't like them" is laughably terrible as an excuse, and her ability to 100% always parry everything for free with automatic counter damage is beyond dumb)
    • Or how does a basic parry skill allow you to straight up take no damage from world event raid bosses? When the same attack one-hit-KO's entire squads of players only seconds earlier?
    • How does the mob players comments make any sense? They're randomly jacking off just from seeing her walk past them in town... Just... What? From all the illustrations the exposure level of her dress is quite low. Is every other female in that world a washboard?
    • The player population is also non-nonsensical, apparently there are only 3 total non-human race players in the entire game, the story only mentions the existence of less than 10 crafters in the game, the players are also shown as being unable to clear the surrounding field bosses, but somehow, at the same time, the world event suddenly has over 10, 000 players participating?! Where the f$#@ are all these people normally?!
    • The NPC sentience level is more disturbing than "realistic". If they had as much awareness as necessary to have the conversations shown the novel, the world would be in utter chaos, permanently.
    • The story seems bent on making the MC both the cute ignorant happy-go-lucky chill type, when also trying to make her a top-tier power level character that many world events will revolve around (e.g. Making her the only "royal" type). These points conflict a lot.
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lin4t rated it
September 26, 2020
Status: c45
Starts off interesting but it's starting to really get dull especially in the most recent chapters, so I'm struggling to keep motivation on reading it further. Part of it I think is due to the author or translator switching between present and past tense every other paragraph which really screws with me.

In any case, let me talk about some of my complaints.

The main problem I have with the series is that the more I read about Anastasia, the more I think she's a Mary Sue or close to it. She's... more>> described as really pretty, everyone likes her, she's extremely strong in combat, she has a unique race that only she can have, a super amazing cook and more.

Most of it is really me not liking how she focuses most of her time with cooking and now also crafting and somehow still being considered one of the most powerful players in combat. It really spits on the efforts of these players whom focus all their time grinding fighting related skills and yet being inferior to this literal casual player.

For all the faults of Only Sense Online, it's made really clear there that Yun can't really compare to players that focus all their time into fighting... in fighting. This is not the case here and I really hope that as time passes in the story, Anastasia will find her bullsh*t 'parrying' that somehow negates ALL DAMAGE not working anymore. But I doubt that'll be the case since there were several cases where said BS parrying got upgraded.

However, there ARE interesting points in the story, especially early on which drew me in.

It's just that such interesting things like 'Immortal' players have to overcome dying in sunlight by grinding their regeneration skills or the threat of the starter town losing supplies by being cut off from other towns seemed to disappear after a certain point.

There's really no real goal that Anastasia has aside from grinding for skills and their levels at the moment which really shows in a bad way. <<less
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Alysse rated it
May 24, 2020
Status: c6
A very pleasant surprise.

This will be my first review that I'll be writing on this site, I stumbled across this novel when the translator did a mass release alongside another novel that I've been following from them.

At the time I didn't have anything else to read so I thought I might as well check this out expecting it be just another wholesome VRMMO-theme similar to OSO (Only Sense Online) And the alike.

But after reading the available chapters I was caught off guard, I'm enjoying the setting and atmosphere that this... more>> series has going for it and I found myself chuckling at the small gags and dialogues between the characters.

Currently there's not many chapters translated but I will be following this series onwards, and I encourage you to do the same. <<less
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Drunk2nLink rated it
November 17, 2020
Status: c104
I'm going to start by saying I've never written a review on NU before. I think the novel is great, and is definitely a very fun, lighthearted, and comedic novel.

I'm just going to do this by listing off pros, cons, and stuff that is kinda neutral. I have also read part of the RAWs (up to the listed chapter 104).


Novel has a very good Mythological and story background, the details are not some I've seen a lot of elsewhere. The Mythology is very creative, and the story premise starts differently... more>> for a FDVRMMO novel.

Novel has pretty good comedy interactions, be it interactions between players, players and npcs, or just between the npcs. Comedic actions are good too, funny stuff happens to people and there's a lot of funny accidents.

Novel is not afraid to be suggestive of bad topics (R-18) but it NEVER uses them in a bad context (like suggesting that it has happened), it only suggests it could happen (with consent) and offers ways to stop it from being forced in the story.


Novel spends WAY too much time describing crafting. The novel is a FDVRMMO novel, it is not a purely crafting based novel, so too much detail is not fun, especially for people who don't like crafting novels.

Novel MC is too emotionless, almost like she has no interest in anything other than her crafting, beauty, or family.

Novel MC is pulled around by her environment most of the time, she hardly makes her own decisions and she is mostly reacting to what happens.

Novel MC is almost like a real life superhuman, her reflexes and responses aren't realistic, they make the reader painfully aware she's fictional.

Novel gives everything to the MC easily, other than the beginning of the novel, she doesn't seem to need to work too much for anything. I know this IS supposed to be a light and fluffy novel, but it gets boring just watching everything happen like she is being delivered pie from the sky.

Novel does not give enough content with actions or scenarios involving the privileges she has gained, the authority that is given, and we don't see any action with it, other than a few short times, and a single long instance (and if I remember right it happens in a single chapter).

Novel is too quick to discard or change things, almost like the author is not thinking of the reader when writing, and that the author is writing without a plan, things can just disappear permanently without notice, and makes it hard if you liked certain things.

Neutral aspects:

Novel MMO info can be VERY detailed, some people like this, and others are not happy with this, having info about a MMO thats not playable, deeming all these mechanics unnecessary.

Novel MMO has a lot of mechanics that aren't realistic, some people will think this is ok, as its not a real MMO to begin with, and as such doesn't matter, and others think it has to be realistic as it doesn't make sense otherwise, and is a flaw in a story.

All in all, I enjoyed the novel VERY much (and am still waiting for more chapters), but the novel still has its flaws to fix in order for it to be rated 5 stars. <<less
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KaruTL rated it
May 30, 2022
Status: c115
First things first, I enjoyed FLFO enough to pick up and finish the translation.

Now then, there are a lot of reviews from folk who only read the first 20 or so chapters complaining about too much focus on cooking, which is reasonable to a point. A focus on crafting will appeal to some more than others, and there is a lot of it early on. It would be a shame to give up on it even if you are not fond of the crafting though.

The story opens up a lot... more>> as the protagonist decides to try more things and start exploring. There's no great, world shaking plot. Not much in the way of characters changing due to life altering experiences. But that's fine too, sometimes. It's a story about a bunch of gamers enjoying an interesting game.

It has its slow moments, but for the most part, it's fun, relaxing, occasionally a bit weird and generally enjoyable. <<less
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silla rated it
May 24, 2020
Status: c1
Finally someone translate this series!

The story was very enjoyable, stress-free, no conflict no conspiracy (for the players, for NPCs maybe yes), the characters were all interesting, and unique game world setting.

Just give a read!

... more>>

The unique game setting here was Cthulhu myth almost everywhere plus another common fantasy elements. The vice chief god here was goddess Stella (Yog-Sothoth) who rule over all outer gods/beings (?) in the abyss. And the protagonist (Princess-sama) for now was the only one among the players who meet goddess Stella in person (?) because the protagonist evolved from zombie > ~> immortal princess > ~> low rank outer beings (and now in the newest raw chapter she is preparing for evolve again) waiting new raw chapter.

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Lilaven rated it
February 17, 2022
Status: c21
Alright listen I'm all down for a chill down to earth novel with some cooking and chatting but this is s*upid.

World building is slow which I don't mind, Actual game mechanics are tr*sh and nonsensical. The author gives us almost no details about skills unless it's convenient. Actually speaking of convenient of course the racial spawn has a secret area that's easily found by a casual playing school girl and of course she su*cide rushes it for days searching for stuff and of course she succeeded and gets a god... more>> tier evolution path and of course she comes back after evolving and gets a god tier weapon and armour set that never breaks and will always be relevant. As an MMO 'game' that kind of game breaking bullsh*t is unacceptable but the author explains it away as "the management just felt like it lol".

The entire premise of leveling is to get stronger, specialise and upgrade wherein our protagonist gets top tier equipment in THE STARTING LOCATION. Also a quick rant on the character creation, so let's see, alright gotta scan your measurements and you can only modify it by 5cm K, but you can also play as inhuman characters like a slime (lol) or a horse (lol). No, why can you not completely change your character but you can play as a sexy radish (I'm not joking) it's s*upid and makes no sense. In fact everything wrong about the game world is thrown at management "management got too into it so there's a lot of inhuman races" is lazy writing and terrible design

I suppose I should write some positives too, the character interactions are lighthearted and somewhat enjoyable (not you 'peak AI technology') the translation is pretty decent and the idea behind this novel is great but poorly designed.

All together the novel is bad, the whole system has huge plotholes, though the story is chill there is too much cooking and fights are very predictable.

I would not recommend this novel to anyone that actually plays games or likes to understand what they're reading. If you Must read this turn your brain off and turn your eyes from things you don't understand <<less
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losernoodle rated it
June 22, 2020
Status: c15
If you're an Only Sense Online fan, chances are you're gonna like this. Since the two series are very similar I'm going to be making a lot of comparisons between the two. Krytyk's got it pretty much spot on in one of their posts in that it's like OSO but without the flaws.

The series strikes a good balance between the crafting parts of the game, the battles, the events, and the real life aspects. FLFO is mainly slife-of-life in that the characters are just a bunch of people having fun... more>> playing games, unlike other gaming stories with a serious take on the genre. Even when large events are taking place the dialogue feels much like if you were in a guild or playing an MMORPG. Our female lead, Anastasia (a.k.a. Princess), is pretty overpowered in every aspect. She has a race exclusive to herself, she's smart, she's a high level cook, she's strong, and she's a graceful beauty with F cup breasts. While Anastasia is strong, I'd say her strength is more within top 10 or 20 strongest players rather than Overgeared Grid's level of OPness. So yeah she is basically a Mary Sue but it's not to a ridiculous level.

Compared to OSO there's no gender misunderstandings, no cheap romantic subplot, and the biggest plus to me is that the MC's little sister doesn't steal the spotlight (I hated Myu in OSO and I know I'm not the only one). Add to that Krytyk's amazing translations and I'd say you got a story worth reading. <<less
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KatherineFtw rated it
August 23, 2020
Status: c35
Don't listen to that incorrigible stick in the mud over there. FLFO is a light hearted FDMMO novel with no added components. It reads something closer to Genocide Online or Small Village Tridente. Overall it's a fun, not too serious time.
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Retoran rated it
January 2, 2022
Status: c88
The author is probably having a good time writing this, as each chapter is pretty much an imagined day of playing a really good futuristic mmo.

As a reader, sometimes things are explained in too much detail. But I grew to like cooking/alchemy being explained in depth. There's a couple of early chapters where cooking takes up about 6 chapters in a row, which grew stale, but the author seemed to strike a good balance later on.

There isn't a whole lot of plot going on, just slow MMO progression, explanation of... more>> systems and revealing of world lore + changing combat styles slightly.

There aren't really any rivalries between the players, or anything that would bring more action in.

This truly is the daily quest of web novels. Binging up to chapter 88, the pacing was a little slow but deserved with the amount of detail fit in, but I have a feeling it might end up dragging and i'll end up dropping it if I read as the chapters are released.

If you're the target audience, you'll have a good time. The translation is very good, and the setting is interesting. <<less
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guih34 rated it
October 25, 2022
Status: c74
I like the concept of the novel and some of the battle chapters and beginning introduction isn't bad, yet as the series continued, too many flaws stopped my enjoyment.

The protagonist is a classic honor student with impeccable academics and sports, has a routine of exercise, stretch, exercise, skin care and what not since kindergarten, with a well developed body which she's proud. Now when you consider the whole effort in school, taking care of her body, plus cooking for her family, she doesn't seem the type to have time to... more>> play games for long, right?

So she plays like a few hours a day, which is nothing compared to try-hards mmo players in launch of new games, and despite acting like a ret*rd for a week and getting behind the whole player base, gets a special evolution which should happen only when players are lvl 60 in the start with a bonus set legendary equipment to boot, then she plays at her own pace and half ass combat and crafting, but gets to be the top level in both despite playing less than the majority. Then we get an event and she gets to be the commander because she is royalty due to her race.

At this point I'm already considering dropping the novel, but then she goes to the underworld, gets to become the king and decide how to tax every player dying on the server and pocket the money for her own palace. I couldn't handle anymore with these shenanigans. <<less
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RHExcelion rated it
April 12, 2022
Status: c25
The action and adventure tags don't even deserve to be there, 25 chapters in and 80% of the chapters have been about nothing but the author's unadulterated wet dream over cooking. Tournament that rewards rare skill points? No thanks, would rather spend a couple of chapters on making bread, followed by some more chapters on making sausage. On the day of the tournament, bam, time to sell hotdogs! Wow!!! How has nobody ever thought of such an exhilarating plot for an action/adventure/fantasy VRMMO novel before?!
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Captain ordinary rated it
January 16, 2022
Status: c1
It's a good read the MC is unique and op but not the op of kiritod type or maple types of op it's still within the realm of sense in the story.

The MC is an avid gamer because her sister is a top gamer, very unique story line where rather than the MC being top 1 rank in tournament and stuff like other VRMMO story it's her sister and acquaintance that got top 10 very interesting recommend to read

10/good story, recommend to check the manga too

... more>> For @frungy

As person who claims to read it for 20chp yet still ask in spoiler "How does the MC with no apparent gaming skills or history with games, suddenly have top tier server wide power level? (And no, the "zombies give lots of exp, but players don't like them" is laughably terrible as an excuse, and her ability to 100% always parry everything for free with automatic counter damage is beyond dumb) "


1. She's a gamer the same as her sisters seeing she even know an item in reference to dark Souls items (dark Souls a hard game for hardcore gamer in case you didn't know), everytime her sister buy game she also played it with her.

2. Zombies didn't give a lot of EXP if you actually read it she's on the late bloomer in the top players as even ske San (honehone the skeleton) out level her since she's more cook focused that combat at beginning, she barely hanging at being top players because of her race skills (leadership skills) she's not kiritod who's solo players but out level guild players which doesn't make f*cking Senses in MMO lol

3. She can't Parry and counter everything, she can only Parry one attack at times not simultaneously, which why skills [arrows rain] was her weakness, also she can't Parry explosion skills but only nullify and reduce the damage to minimum with Burst skills with opposite elements.

She's not kiritod she can be defeated and she's not top 1 in power rankings, yes she's op but not without weaknesses as immortal are unbalanced race unlike human (ske San for example is almost immune to stab damage but can be one shot with light element magic)

4. The game is only about 1 month from the moment the launch which why MC and her sister and acquaintance is 1st batch players (only about 200k people second batch add 400k more after 1 month release of the game) only 3 in human character appears at first because in human seem less popular but about 2000 race was confirmed for in human including their evolution by management (in human refer not just undead or immortal but all monsters species such as wolf, golem, horse, fairy, sexy mandrake etc)

5. From the beginning if you read "carefully" You will notice the amount of gaming references the MC made which indicates she's an avid gamer and this is confirmed because she often accompany her siscon lil sis with every game she played (MC lil sis is pro gamer and won at rank 2 in beta tournament which where the MC dive gear come from) in case you didn't know cuz seem you did because you judge her as " cute ignorant happy-go-lucky chill type, when also trying to make her a top-tier power level character that many world events will revolve around"

6. I don't even know where you got information about non human players cook is bad lol up to chapter 20 only a few town near starting town is unlocked and the food the players reference as bad is "field ration food" Which only to be said as "not that great" Not horrendous

7. The MC got top cooking skills on after few days in real time (which is longer in game time world) and it's only a month in game and MC level up her alchemy and cooking more than her base character level so ofc at first 20 chapter which only at time span of 1 month she's recognized as top cook or crafter and only few crafter appears in the first batch, in later chapter she will not be top cook anymore and more crafter character appear after second and third batch get in the game


There will be no end if I point out what's wrong with the information you point out but it's seem to me that rather than "reading" The novel you just skimmed it through and just said "yup doesn't make sense" Lol I didn't blame for skimming especially with its skills and stuff but don't got blaming that it's not make sense if you do so especially proudly saying things that literally make you seem like a s*upid clown because your information from skimming doesn't match with the real information from the novel lol <<less
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m.theanon rated it
January 5, 2022
Status: c89
Hello. This is my first writing a review in NU too. Not good at it but here it is.

The novel is actually really fun. If you really read and comprehend the flow, the author doesn't really focus on any just 1 skill/aspect of the MC and shows the MC's perseverance in grinding away for the skills she really wants. The author doesn't only focus on one aspect either making the MC capable of also being a great cook and crafter. Like in OSO's case, this novel is really light and... more>> fun; no need to worry about something too deep. I think this novel's for people who's looking for something light to read after reading through something deep.

It's very clear that the author also isn't only focusing on MC being the top. The author distributed well the top ranks to other players, making it clear that there are still people more powerful and greater than the MC. I saw some comments saying the MC's parrying skill is BS but for me, it's onpy a matter of course since the MC is grinding and giving much of her time for it to be better than the present since it is her style. Didn't this also apply to the other players though? Every player present have their own play style that they focuses on and get their places at the top ranks. Isn't that the case? Also, MC's being a unique race is accidental. However, since attaining that extra race, she did her best to further evolve. Being unique also doesn't pnly apply to the MC since ahe shared the info about it allowing the other players, mainly the immortals, to also evolve into an extra race themselves.

Of course, there are also some negatives about this novel like the thing about it providing too much info/description on cooking or crafting. But that in itself is also fun for certain people who enjoys reading specifics details such as this. (I'm one of them)

Overall, the novel is great for people who enjoyed OSO even if there is no particular special plot twist in the story. (Though for me, the MC is very goal-oriented since she grinds several hours a week to achieve her goal)

Thank you. Idk if this made sense at all though. Please forgive me if it didn't. LOL <<less
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Soutenko rated it
June 7, 2020
Status: c11
Pretty decent so far. Not too heavy into crafting nor does it feel to much like the MC just has infinite luck. We'll see how it develops for the time being.
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shirochan07 rated it
November 29, 2023
Status: c96
I read this far!

the author did not know how to balance the various aspects of the story, the many details of crafting with several long chapters full of details and production sequences that were the most exhausting to read and there are MANY of them. It's an interesting story in the first 20-30 chapters then it got very tiring, since it's an MMO I understand but the author could make it lighter, from chapter 80 to 96 the story started to get more interesting with the advent of the chronicles... more>> that shape the world depending on the results of the missions, even in the last 5 chapters from 91 to 96 the goddess herself has more participation and interaction in addition to the MC trying to do more RP. In 96 chapters I didn't feel any attachment towards the MC, that is, I neither like nor dislike her, in short she is not charismatic enough.

The logic of the characters' thinking is more realistic and this includes the NPCs, but as the story is more about evolution and crafting, the characters have no depth, even the MC's relationship with her younger sister gives the impression of being superficial since little interaction with her and the majority is not significant on a personal level but more on a game level.

the few special chapters that are the log chapters or the game's chat/forum chapters were the only ones that made me laugh since the rest of the story has practically no comedy, they are chapters with the view of other players and that is independent of the work. Something I like.

I tried to read the manga which was said to have undergone many changes from the main story but it was unpalatable rubbish so I abandoned it <<less
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moguzi rated it
September 10, 2022
Status: c116
Honestly, my rating for this series falls more at 3.5 than 4.

I checked this out because I hoped for something similar to OSO once Krytyk stopped translating it, and while in some aspects it does fill that hole a bit, in others, I don't find it as charming as OSO at all. (Incidentally, I've given up and am just MTL'ing and editing OSO myself out of desperation lmao.) The author has a tendency to tell rather than show, resulting in a LOT of skimming on my end especially with game... more>> details every time Anastasia evolves or encounters an enemy or anything.

On one hand, you could say that this is just part of Anastasia's personality as a gamer. On the other, it really can make it very tedious to read. It also doesn't help that Anastasia's player progression is very much a solo thing; if you're hoping for a lot of interactions between Anastasia and the rest of the game community, you're... probably not going to get enough to be satisfied. Unsurprisingly, my favourite chapters are community-wise events, and the message board chapters.

I really do enjoy the whole game setting lore with the Outer Ones and such though; it's a very novel setting for the genre haha. Also the behind-the-scenes dev chapters we get??? Honestly, I think Anastasia might almost be the weakest part of the series for me.

Basically, this is a series that I like enough to continue following to see how it goes, but I wouldn't go out of my way to try reading it on my own if no one is translating it. <<less
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Spiritogre rated it
July 19, 2023
Status: v3
I really love this genre, where people play VRMMO's, a lot so I might be a bit biased. Nonetheless FLFO has lots of the usual problems, many novels of the genre face. The playerbase is just too small, everyone plays on the same server / instance. It's Impossible to cramp 20k player and later 60k into the same starter town instance, game worlds are absolutely not comparable to reality in scale. A server usually hosts around 5000 to 10k players spread over the whole map. Also the company would go... more>> bankrupt with not even 100k players especially for creating such a realistic game that would probably cost a billion dollars to create. Why can't author's of this genre not even get those basics right? I would in general love it when those novels have a better balance of real life and time spend inside the game. FLFO spends some time in reality but it's basically just the MC having dinner while talking with her sister about the game, doing some stretches and going to bed, nothing else happening in her private life. She is also a model student, loves cooking, is gentle, extremely pretty and so on, basically a male fantasy come to life.

The game offers all kinds of races, however most seem to be gag races and are not suitable for normal playing. The MC chooses such a race, Zombie, but soon discovers a secret room that turns her into a human looking undead royality and also provides her with endgame gear right from the start. In other words, she is absolutely overpowered.

While the MC states that she is mainly a fighter with weapon and magic at the same boosted by her special race and equipment so there is no need to choose what kind of role one normally could do because of lack of skill points. The novel concentrates a lot on crafting. Mainly cooking and later also a bit alchemy mixed in. As a reader I was at least happy that it wasn't about Japanese cooking, yet again. She mainly makes western food (so far) like steaks and even hot dogs. The descriptions can become a bit exhausting, though.

But as I mentioned in the first sentence, I love the genre so I also enjoyed the first three volumes (so far) despite all the usual flaws that sadly almost every novel of that genre faces despite being totally unnecessary. I like the aspect of leveling up, making new friends and interacting with them, as some kind of slice of life story that still has action and fighting at the same. <<less
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Ryuuseiboy1 rated it
December 28, 2021
Status: c115
Yes. I read ahead. In japanese ofc. Here's my opinion :
The game world is (scary) realistic. Pretty much every npc have a fluid conversation to player but I have seen some of the VRMMO novel that gone in this direction as well so it isn't something new. The part where MC just always stumble onto the secret part of the game everytime might not ok for some reader but if you like bofuri then this isn't really a problem. There isn't really much of an expression coming out of... more>> MC thought but there is always a bit here and there about MC (Both inside and outside the game) I would say that this novel is a bit bending into crafting but didn't slack off on the battle side.


There's a mentioning on MC (by her sister) that pretty much everything about her body (Both look and strengh) came from her focusing her efford into it since kindergarten. Common point of VRMMO novel is player skill is the most important aspect of the game so MC which have stronk (Not look like it at all) would be good that VR stuff.

This might be a bit bias for me. The novel didn't really free of the flaw either like how time management of novel didn't add up or how bs MC became with evolution.
Next one is just me ranting so don't read it

That's aside, here is the real reason I write this review :
I just scroll through some review and frungy's review is kinda stick out so I kinda want to make a counter agruement on that
- If I remember correctly. He read only up to c20 which the only part of su*cide part is her getting into the room for evolution path WHICH IS A PUZZLE. Did you expect her to go out farming untile max level and come back to tank the trap damage until she got to the room?
- She cook in real life (If you tell me that you can cook 1 or 2 menu irl, it isn't. Because she do many type of dish like real cook. Not some "I can cook enough to feed myself" type). Also she got overtaken later on so it isn't like she is the top or anything which you won't get to know since you read to c20.
- I mention this abouve but pretty much every VRMMO novel emphasize on the PS part so she is good at using her body. And the skill mention that it give assistance as well.
- There isn't a mention about MC taking no damage. Parry is a mean to avert the impact. Not recieving it directly. But it isn't mean that MC take no damage. Are you type of assuming it yourself?
- The player who have real impure though getting a direct hit by GM so those just joke comment. Also you like big b**b??
- Inhuman player is about 10% of the population. Which again, you won't know since you cut it short. And there are also a bunch of top player which the story didn't mention since it wouldn't have any impact in the story but you assuming there aren't anymore crafter or top player in the 20000 bunch?
- What are you? You want realistic respond from the story but when it became realistic on the world setting you scare of it? You.......
- Yes. That's what MC of the story is.
All in all. I look into your other review on other novel too and I only see that you giving only 1-2 star on everything you review. What is that? Also the one that you really like, you didn't even give it a score? It's seem to me like your taste is g.....

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Valixiant rated it
November 24, 2021
Status: c20
Classic case of author focusing more on the end of a journey rather than on the journey itself. You can see quite a few times that the author doesn't really care what happens in the middle, they only focus on the end. For example, the main character at the start exploring areas way above her level for no reason. Then upon finding a secret area thats clearly not meant for low levels, she kept suiciding into it. Does any of it make any sense? It was clearly so the main... more>> character could finally get some plot armor, I suppose.

I've only read to chapter 20 and the main character is as bland as she could be. Conversations she has do feel "real" in any sense of the word. It genuinely feels like an AI created a conversation.

Based on what else I've heard, I don't recommend this novel. It's hard to enjoy it even when you turn your brain off. <<less
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