NPC Town-building Game

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An unknown parcel arrives to Yoshio, a 30-years old NEET. The content is a game disk titled “The Village of Fate.” A beautiful CG game with real-life images gets started.

All of the villagers in the game are high-performing AIs, who strangely behaved like human beings. In that game, Yoshio is the god of destiny and will be in a position to guide the villagers. But what can be done in the game is only to give a message, a prophecy, once every day. The villagers will execute the instruction, and their gratitude becomes the power of miracles, that the god of destiny can use.

Yoshio is worshiped as God but in reality he lives like a shut-in. Thanks to villagers he will again learn the joy of life and thanks to him the villagers will be saved.

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I can't Help But to Think the NPCs in This Town-building Game are Human Beings
NTBG
村づくりゲームのNPCが生身の人間としか思えない
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04/03/20 Asada Translations c49 part1
04/03/20 Asada Translations c48 part2
03/31/20 Asada Translations c48 part1
03/31/20 Asada Translations c47 part2
03/28/20 Asada Translations c47 part1
03/26/20 Asada Translations c46 part2
03/23/20 Asada Translations c46 part1
03/22/20 Asada Translations c45 part2
03/21/20 Asada Translations c45 part1
03/20/20 Asada Translations c44 part2
03/20/20 Asada Translations c44 part1
03/17/20 Asada Translations c43 part2
03/17/20 Asada Translations c43 part1
03/09/20 Asada Translations c42 part2
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Casual Novel Enthusiast
New Casual Novel Enthusiast rated it
April 5, 2020
Status: c21
Rating: 3.3 (rounded to 3.0)

Brief Summary:

    • The main plot of this novel revolves around the MC's internal conflicts from his self-destructive lifestyle as a NEET. The story is about his struggle towards recovery and self-acceptance, which is propelled by the town-building 'game', "Town of Fate." With the help of the game, he will try to find the motivation to return to society and the courage to rekindle his damaged familial relationships.
        • Keep in mind that as a Slice-of-Life novel, you should not expect an overly ambitious plotline from it.
            • The slower pace of the slice-of-life genre is definitely a plus for this novel. It allows for a more realistic, gradual change.
Remarks:

    • As far as I am aware, this is a fairly novel approach to the town-building/gaming trope.
    • Editing of this novel is sub-par and lazy.
        • It is rare to find a chapter (within the first 20 chapters I've read) that isn't riddled with errors. The editor/translator seems to rely too heavily on auto-correct. The word "spear" in one sentence will become "speak" in the next. This can't be written off as simply 'broken English', just pure laziness. Sentence syntax is frequently jumbled, leading to choppy, confusing sentences that take a second read to understand, as well.
    • The writing style overall is average.
        • The author heavily relies on unnecessary exposition.
            • Meaning that they constantly tell you how the MC feels, rather than show it through his actions. This can often be annoying as the author breaks the flow of a fight sequence to tell you that MC is "worried" by the events of said fight. Sadly, this may occur more than once in a single battle.
                • The author can be a bit redundant at other times as well
            • Also prevents a reader from getting truly immersed in the story.
        • Overall descriptions of characters, environments, and enemies are also quite lackluster.
            • Besides hair color, eye color, height, age, and apparel; characters rarely have any more detail in appearance.
                • It would also be nice to know the intensity/prevailing emotion in their eyes during a dramatic moment or how rugged someone looks after a hard day's work. Are they completely physically and mentally exhausted, or can you still see the hint of a smile of satisfaction despite their weary eyes?
                    • I am a bit harsher here because the graphics of the 'game' are supposedly extremely realistic, which is paramount to the story's plot.
            • Monsters are given generic names and have little to no physical descriptions beside them.
                • Examples: "green demon", "black dog", and "red demon".
                    • Granted, these names may be a result of a bad translation job, but we still know almost nothing about a "black dog's" appearance despite the significant role they play early on.
Conclusion:

    • Interesting concept for a town-building game for a novel that is otherwise simply lackluster. However, as a casual read, it will suffice to pass the time. A decent way to stave off boredom without getting too invested.
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midnight reader
midnight reader rated it
June 26, 2019
Status: c69
After reading the first two translates chapter, I decided to pass to the raw because I couldn't wait.
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Spoiler

Description (taken form the raw and edited) (no spoiler)

Spoiler

Yoshio, a self-secluded 30-years old man, received an unknown package. The content is a game disk titled "the village of fate". A beautiful CG game with real-life images gets started.
All of the villagers in the game are high-performance AI, who strangely behave like human beings. In that game, Yoshio is the god of destiny and will be in a position to guide the villagers. But what can be done in the game is only to give a message, an oracle, once every day. The villagers will execute the instruction and their gratitude becomes the power of miracles, that the god of destinity can use.
Yoshio is worshiped as God but in reality he lives like an emarginated. Thanks to villagers he will learn again the joy of life, and thanks to him the villagers will be saved.

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The truth about the game:

Spoiler

The village of fortune is not a simple game, because it was created by the god of that world. While the God has the humans working as her underling gods, the evil god use other humans to govern the monster and attack the villages. The monsters will attack in waves once every month.

So there are two games. One for the villagers and another for the monsters.

The humans can use part of their powers in reality when they get to level 2. The Gods have different powers both in game and in reality. At level 2 they can also create thread in forums and speaks with other gods.

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Yoshio starts the game casually, and gets engrossed in it. After seeing the villagers work, he decide to also start working again and to use the money to help the villagers, by converting it in power of miracles.
He feels that the villagers are important and wish to help them.

The cause of his depression and how he heals, with spoiler about his future:

Spoiler

Yoshio is a normal man who lives with his family. The family consist of: his father, his mother, and his sister. All three of them work, but Yoshio doesn't. When he was younger, after just finishing university he tried to look for a job. He followed the advice of his father, but the times had changed and finding a good paying job wasn't so easy anymore. Yoshio slowly fell in depression and stopped looking for a job. He closed himself in his room feeling guilty of his uselessness. After getting the village of fate he starts to wish to work again. And slowly his relation with the rest of the family improved, he got a job and met an old friend (love interest).

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The novel has actually 3 volume (69 chapters) and a 4th that should come out.

There is no spoiler thread so I'll just leave some spoilers here.

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hawlol
hawlol rated it
December 16, 2019
Status: c13
NEET shamming, the novel.

As usual I see a bunch of five star reviews, get into the novel thinking it's great only to come out of it a few chapters later thinking what were these ppl smoking. Let's sumarize it.

MC who was defeated at life after not finding a job for years, became a NEET and suffers from it. He got a 'game' that lets him act as a god to a fantasy world and help the survival of runaways, while using the lessons from that to... improve himself? Don't know... more>> if he needed self improvement or just help in the first place, but I think that's what the author was going for.

This is more drama than fantasy, so anyone expecting a large scale world building novel with wars and such, be warned, it's about the MC overcoming the 'utter shame' of being a NEET while connecting with the villagers. I got Hallmark christmas specials vibes from this.

Anyways, his effect as god is limited to one message per day and or miracles performed by a faith points he gets from villagers. And while the premise sounded fun, the execution was lacking. First, he got too into the 'game' too fast, going as far as selling all his belonguings at day 2 because the 'game' has a pay to win feature while not even being sure the ppl inside the game were real. And second, his realization that he's human trash and must and wants to change came as soon as chapter 5-7 where nothing meaningful had happened yet with the villagers. It's like meeting a stranger at the street and overcoming all your previous 25+ years beliefs/doubts/insecurities after just seeing said person.

And this was the main problem of the novel. Not focusing on fantasy was fine, drama is okay too, but being overdramatic and unrealistic about it was bad, specially when the MC's backstory told us he was defeated by not finding jobs for years of looking, and not just going into the basement to watch anime and jerk off all day.

There's a whole gamma of angles to deal with his 'recovery', but the author chose to act like it's all his fault and he should only WANT to change to be able to do so. Wanna find a job? Just go outside!It's not like companies want 3-6 years experience for entrance level jobs. Wanna find a girlfriend? Just ask a girl to go out with you! Ugly people don't exist! It's that kind of bullsh*t advice we would expect from a boomer in a first world country about jobs, or a professional model giving advice about dating.

So, if you you think you'll like a melodramatic story about a 'recovering' NEET while being patronized that all you have to do to change is to try, and only married workers deserve respect in society, this is for you. The fantasy part is just the vehicle for his 'evolution' into a 'model' citizen. (And his family doesn't even need money.)

That's what I got from this novel about halfway of the released chapters. Make sure to read a review with a higher chapter count to see if his 'recovery' ends and it gets better, but a drama talking specifically about NEETs in such a dumb way doesn't get the same pass as isekais just glossing around the subject and making a little fun of it. <<less
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cencourang
cencourang rated it
December 18, 2019
Status: 90
Sorry for my broken English. First time I know this novel, when I encounter the manga at raw site. So I search it, and finally found the novel. Premised of the story is pretty good. About the game itself, I can give you an example of Clash of Clans with The Sims feature. If you ever play those two game, you will understand why I make an example of that. For Clash of Clans aspect, its the story about building a village, make it strong, so if raid happen, we... more>> as a player can defend ourself. The miracle MC use are the gameplay that we use in Clash of Clans, where we build this and that, and harvest this and that, incase of this game, the gameplay are more supportive rather than direct interaction with the game. There are 2 kind of currency in this game, in game currency and real money currency (in Clash of clans it called gems), where you can choose to play with in game currency or using "Gem" as real money currency. The only different is, if you lose this story, it will game over. For The Sims aspect, its have the feature where we can manage the villager life, but not directly. The MC only can use miracle to guide them and help them, but MC can look at villager situation, daily life, needs, though, etc. The different from the sims, like I said, MC can't control them directly. The stories are good so far (until latest chapter that got TL), we even got a little twist. Regarding characters, all of them pretty likable. I just don't understand the people who give low rate for this novel

keep bitching to something that seems "Okay". No jokes here. I will try to explain what I mean.
    • They bitching about MC life who in the beginning is a NEET, change his life too fast to became normal man. I just don't understand, if they can really read or something like that, even I have mediocre English, can pretty understand MC situation by read the story. "MC isn't that type of Edgy, Emo, Attention who*e or anything like japanese high school NEET trope you usually find". He became NEET because he can't get a job for almost 10 years. Before he became NEET, he is a normies. He have lovely family, he have a good school life (no bullies shit), he active and tryhard collage student. But when he graduate, he try to look for job, and "KEEP" failing. He tried hard and "KEEP" failing. Until one day, he got argument with his father, and his father said a word that hurt him so much, even later the father acknowledge that and even compare himself to MC when they still a collage student (yes, his father literally that kind of laid back collage student, meanwhile MC is hardworking collage student and more active). You still said that not believable background stories for MC? Sure. Whoever said this is not believable, have you ever tried to apply a job? Applying a job not only need to graduated and gave a good GPA, but also you need "LUCK". Even myself as a mediocre student and have mediocre GPA, got a job after 2 month. Meanwhile my friend who have high GPA almost struggle a year for looking a Job. His relationship with his mother and sister also good to begin with. Back to MC relationship with his family, With his mother, MC just feeling ashamed to her, for his sister he feel inferior. Thats why he distant himself to his family. Later on we got introduced to MC love interest, and almost the same as how he feel to his sister, he feel inferior to her.
    • For people who keep bitching about game mechanics, I already tried to explain above, the close example of the game that exist in RL
    • At least for me, MC emotional connection with the NPC in the game quite relatable. Lets see what kind of NPC exist in the game. A parents that have daughter, siblings (brother and sister), and the guy who didn't believe with god and later on his village gone. If you see that, didn't feel familiar to you? If you compare with MC family situation and this NPC? Seeing that, MC slowly feel he want to became better, just like this NPC, "work hard". And when MC tried to became better, he got supported by the item that being send by the NPC, that made him interact more with his family. Not only that, because the game need Real Money to get more access to the game, he tried to get a job.
Because the Translator release per day with part, I can't wait anymore and tried to read the MTL, this is where the struggle begin, especially the 2nd arc. What you read below is contain heavy spoiler.
Spoiler

So, like what we got in couple chapter ago, we got information that its look like this game not only MC that play it. We got information that MC coworker had played the game. So, it became interesting right? But, it actually no.
Why you ask? Because at this moment, the author "VERY VERY HARD" to try to made MC dumb. I'm not joking here. Later, MC coworker will talk more about the game that he play, he even told MC that this game can't be explain more because its against the rule. For f*ck sake, if you have normal brain, you literally know that you play the same game. Later on, there is a feature where you can connect to the game from the phone. So player can check and use miracle from the phone. What did MC do? He literally play the game near his coworker. And then maybe some electricity in his brain suddenly spark, and finally he guess that his coworker is the evil god. In one night, where the event evil god attacking begin, his coworker came to his home, threatening MC to stop defending the village. Because his coworker already fail so many time to raid and if he fail this time, it will be game over. MC got help by the Lizard, the coworker game over, and if it game over it will wipe the player memory regarding the game. And MC villager are all dead. Because MC AFK (encounter with his coworker).
This is the story became more and more hard to read. I just don't understand why almost every author (not only japan, chinese and korean) that have a good premised story, ruined their own story. In this novel, author "try hard to make the game look complicated and make MC more dumb". Thanks to make story complicated, the story have hole here and there.
So when MC check the PC (before the screen turn black), MC saw all the NPC dead. But one person is missing. The girl Carol. Its turn out, when evil god attack, her mother drugged her, and put her in the altar. So the girl came to MC house. So we got a little cute stories about Carol life in Japan, and the context that I said "Complicated story" and "Dumb MC" start here. When MC, his love interest and Carol went to new year celebration, MC met with other player. That have power to charm people. It turn out, its him that make his coworker attacked him. How did they met to begin with? Oh, when Carol came to Japan, she bring the bible, so MC hold the bible. And with the "dumb brain", MC open up the bible in the public (yes, literally in public, remember, they went to new year festival). So this person want MC bible. MC got a little information about the game (more complicated), MC being saved again thanks to the lizard that Carol bought. And MC abandon the man game from his phone (quite game).
Thanks for that MC finally can access the game forum. So he can gather info and ask admin about Carol situation. And we got a more rule regarding the game (it turn out, there is level in this game, MC lv 1, so it still tutorial), and thanks to this rule, it added more hole to the stories, made it more irrelevant, and more hard to read. And what make it worse, again author make MC more dumb. He literally post his situation in open forum, not directly contact the admin. He even told everyone he have the bible. Oh man, I really try hard to read this novel at this point.
MC finally contacted the admin, and MC went to the hokkaido, the place where the sender of his packaging item from. Yes, he met again with other god, and they fight in the ship (MC using ship to hokkaido). Remember the rule I talk about? One of the rule said, God can't harm each other. But, it looks like they can. LUL.
MC will met again with that person, but god save by the high level god (level 5), god of luck according to MTL. Again more rule and information that made all the story more irrelevant. We got info too, (MC have a dream), the villager are not dead.
MC passed out (I forgot the situation), and he suddenly in different world. Yes, he is in the village. He live in the village until evil god event ended. When he in that village, he got contacted by the main god, and got explanation about the true story about the game, and the god ask MC if he want to back to his world or stay in that world. MC choose to back to his world, but not until the event end. Remember Carol stay with MC? Its almost a month they are together, and they are so close. Its kinda weird when MC disappear (back to his world), no interaction or sad interaction between these two. Even after the arc ended, its just like nothing happen.

My main disappointment for this novel, Author just try hard to make the game and story too complicated. Like I said there is a level in here. In 1st and 2nd (the beginning till mid 2nd arc) arc, MC still level 1. Level one its just like tutorial, many restriction. It would be good if the author just focus more about the feature and characters that already exist, make it more understandable and relatable to the story. Rather than rush everything, adding more complicated thing that made more irrelevant to the story, and plot hole everywhere. Especially the Rule part.

Just like I said at the end of the spoiler of 2nd arc, where MC transfer again to his world (from the game world), since the beginning of the story, it look like MC got attach to his NPCs, later on when Carol came to Japan, his relationship with her became better, and when he got transfer to the village, his relationship with the villager are pretty good too. But guess what, no interaction or emotional moment between MC and the NPC. The funny part and more you read, the more ret*rd it looks, the one who got emotional where MC back to his world is the Lizard. Yes, he bring the Lizard to the village, but when transfer back, he only back alone. The lizard cried, MC feels sad. And suddenly, next story it turn out the Lizard can be transfer again to MC world via Altar. No joke here. So, whats the point they cried and sad? Meanwhile MC and the NPC didn't give a f*ck about MC back to his world. Even tho after all this time, they have deep connection (especially with Carol). LUL. And funny part, Even after God said, they can't send living thing again via village to MC world, but turn out, it can.

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Thats my Opinion regarding this novel. I think maybe I will read more review later, but I think, all I write, already told you guys, what kind of novel this is. :D

Why I give 3 stars even tho I bitching and ranting in the spoilers? The reason is, there is a chance author fix it in the light novel. Because when I read the Manga raw, there is the different (the pace) between manga and WN. And you know right? Manga are made base on LN. So there is a chance author fix the pace in the LN, so the story not all over the place. <<less
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Asada24
Asada24 rated it
November 5, 2019
Status: c50
As the translator my reviews might be biased. So be careful.

I decided to translate this novel because I really like its unique story. There arent many new ideas around here, most of the stuff is just getting repeated over and over again but this novel is one of its kind.

Its about a 30-year old main who received a game called Village of Fate from some mysterious gaming company. The game is a type of village building game and the player is God of Destiny in it. The player cannot directly... more>> interact but he can send an oracle once a day stating his wishes. The AIs in this game are really smart which makes the game look like reality.

He gets addicted to this game and helps the villagers and in turn he is motivated by the game to improve his relations with his family and abandon his neet nature as well as look for a job.

Some scenes are really emotional and they force you to support the MC. It also depicts the family love as well as a determined romantic love later in the story.

I would say its worth a try. <<less
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Inway
Inway rated it
February 1, 2020
Status: c35
The novel is really different than most that I have read. The MC is helping a village while learning or getting inspiration from it. The villagers' actions helped the MC to have more courage in the real world. It is very relaxing to read. Please update soon. Thank you to all the translators..
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BronzeCat6265
BronzeCat6265 rated it
January 1, 2020
Status: c32 part1
A great new slice of life jp novel. Finally after what feels like a long time for me. The charm of this story is in its heartwarming moments. It has its gritty undertone but it has the subtle yet firm light hearted moments that has so far mellowed down what could be a dark novel if done wrong. So kudos to the author for this balanced story.
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enkiros
enkiros rated it
December 28, 2019
Status: c15
Get this. This novel has actual characters that feel like real people. We've had only a handful of characters introduced so far, but the way the author explores little by little the background and personalities of both, the protagonist and his family, and the villagers.

Usually, most fantasy/isekai novels only use the power-fantasy and cheap ecchi scenes tropes to make them interesting, so the characters are almost always unidimensional and reduced to a single stereotype to make them easier to understand. On the other hand, I feel like at least these... more>> characters are more complex and full of life.

Interesting read that makes you invested really fast. <<less
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odrain
odrain rated it
December 12, 2019
Status: c25 part 2
A different kind of Novel, the main premise is interesting enough and the history development is completely unexpected, so anything can happen.

But the best aspect its definitely the MC grow over the time as result of its interaction whit the Game NPCs, it feels really heartfelt and uplifting.

I´m very interested in what this work has to offer. I fully recommended to those looking for something different to read
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noobslayer69
noobslayer69 rated it
December 1, 2019
Status: c19 part2
MC is a God on a computer trying to keep the NPCs of a fantasy game alive.

High on drama, and character development.

Spoiler

MC starts out as a deadbeat and with the help of the game to gain back his confidence and respect after seeing the NPCs work hard.

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Both perspectives of his real life and of the NPCs are entertaining and pacing is nicely balanced.

Writing and translation are good, updates are 3chaps/week
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HyuninAfrica
HyuninAfrica rated it
November 13, 2019
Status: c15p2
Really interesting read.

Not isekai but isekai.

Obtaining items in real life given as tributes by his people within a game.

Through witnessing hardworking NPCs in his game, almost life like, he decides to change his life to be more useful instead of being a NEET.

Story about his family is heartwarming as well.

Really looking forward to reading more!
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Ichigoeater
Ichigoeater rated it
November 10, 2019
Status: c15
The other reviews are pretty explanatory, but just to enforce the point, I really quite like this novel. The plot is unique for once. Though another world is involved, this is neither transmigration nor isekai. It's about a NEET shut-in who, due to an event in his past that led him to believe his work and value as a person was low, has isolated himself from his parents and sister by his own cowardice and paranoia. He constantly feels like everyone's judging him for his incompetence and given up on... more>> him, and does nothing to improve the situation since a part of him thinks they're correct.

When he gets the 'game', he grows attached to the 'characters' who are working so hard and relying on him as 'god of fate'. He begins to feel ashamed of himself. With the game's influence, he begins to pick himself up. I'm not placing a spoil tag because this much is obvious from the synopsis, but I am wondering where it's going to go from here. I'm only on chapter 15, and he already has a part time job (which his family is thrilled by) and the understanding of his parents. His sister's also already warming up to him again. I see that there's at least 69 (lol, nice) chapters out with it still ongoing, so I'm quite curious what the next focal point in his life will be. I doubt it'll be the isekai or transmigration route, since the primary point of the story is for the MC to regain control of his life. Regardless, I'm looking forward to it. <<less
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Rantala
Rantala rated it
December 3, 2019
Status: c21
Quite fun actually. Well done translating so far. This novel has a peculiar charm to it. Idea of controlling otherworlders via belief of their world being a game is hilarious. MC personality ain’t bad either. He’s still fragile though. I’d like to see him suddenly seeing some kind of calamity in the village that ll break him again, but, alas, it’s a different genre I suppose. After all it’s purpose is to be motivating and stuff, right? He’ll build a huge town that can be described with one word -... more>> ‘prosperity’. After some time it’ll become rather generic and at some point I’ll just drop it by then. But for now it’s wholesome. I do recommend to give it a try <<less
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[email protected] rated it
January 27, 2020
Status: c36
A very interesting take on a story. The MC is a neet. After he gets this game he discovers he is a God in the game to another world. His interactions will determine the fate of the people in the other world and in doing so will also make him grow as a person
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LukeLukeru
LukeLukeru rated it
January 8, 2020
Status: c20 part3
There are too many annoying moments when you want to scream at the MC, he often starts thinking about something VERY important, and then he simply drops it off by saying "I'll think about this later" and he NEVER thinks about it ever. A lot of things that could have been avoided end up happening because of this lame and reckless thought process, it seems the MC simply doesn't have the ability to plan things out. He doesn't even explore the game mechanics and it is mostly vague when not... more>> simply ignored.

Another thing that bothers me a lot about this story is the laziness of the author, there is a kind of "currency" in the game and it is really important but the author doesn't specify the amount the MC has in his wallet, the most that is done is things like "few" and "a lot" the readers have to keep guessing how much the MC has, often times the MC spends a lot when he should have only a little left. <<less
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Nitpicking Reader
Nitpicking Reader rated it
November 27, 2019
Status: c30
An awesome novel! The concept is really cool never read one like this before.

The plot is really enthralling and the MC change for the better makes you wish for his success, and it's done with the right pace.

Also the author is trying to help Neets and Shut-ins by writing this story <3
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Cesar111
Cesar111 rated it
January 24, 2020
Status: --
I enjoy this novel, its diferent to the isekai genre that rules nowdays but maintain its misterys and gamelike elements, so I think its a pretey good nivel, thanks for the trnaslation and keep the hard work
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ByzFan
ByzFan rated it
December 11, 2019
Status: c25
I've been genuinely surprised at how good this story is. Through the "game, " he is not only able to save the villagers but also save himself. If there is any room for improvement it would spending more time "in" the game. Very interested to see where the story goes from here.
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nightstick24
nightstick24 rated it
November 25, 2019
Status: c18
Fantastic novel so far. It's quite different from anything else I've read but borrows the best parts of many different genres. The MC feels incredibly dynamic and is constantly changing and improving through his experiences, both in the game and out. I'm incredibly interested in seeing where this one goes, absolutely worth a read right now.

And the translation is quite good, too, so you can enjoy it without having to struggle.
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shuiko
shuiko rated it
November 24, 2019
Status: --
Solid Slice of Life story, with some heart warming moments after the build up. Looking forward to more (hopefully constant releases).
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ampersand
ampersand rated it
November 23, 2019
Status: c8 part1
It starts a bit slow but it gets really interesting after a few chapters.

It's a great story where the MC slowly grow up after tragedy struck him, that caused him to become a NEET.

He develops himself gradually through the story as the people he helps grows along with him.
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