The Transmigration Routine of Always Being Captured by ML


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One morning, after being bound to the system, MC started his routine of always being captured/ attacked by the ML.

It doesn’t matter if he transmigrated into the ML’s little brother (TN: Here I think brother disciple) or master or opponent, but in the end he is still forcibly taken by the ML.

After transmigrating to many worlds:

MC: Come out system!!! The heck?! Why do these MLs not love their female goddesses, but insist on doing it with me! Aaaaahh!!!

System: …. __(:3」∠)_ Don’t ask me, I also don’t know.

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Zǒng shì bèi nán zhǔ gōnglüè de chuānyuè rìcháng
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The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love (5)
Side Character Transmigrations: The Final Boss is No Joke (5)
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02/20/20 Isohungry Translations c118
02/16/20 Isohungry Translations c117
02/16/20 Isohungry Translations c116
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12/20/19 Isohungry Translations c108
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12/07/19 Isohungry Translations c106
11/30/19 Isohungry Translations c105
11/24/19 Isohungry Translations c104
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New Kumo723 rated it
January 27, 2020
Status: c35
Honestly the arcs are unnecessarily LONG! For a world hopping novel at my current status it should be at the 3rd arc by now. Not to mention much of the arc is pretty boring
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December 14, 2017
Status: --
Right now...I need some more detail, so I will refrain from rating this. Though admittedly, this seems to be of same premise as 'Quickly Wear the Face of the Devil' and ' Side Character Transmigration: The Final Boss Is No Joke'... and other similar novel that is currently my favorite... so I figure I'll like this just as much. Therefore, please churn out more chapter, dear translators! I'll even offer my help in editing things! Hehehehe
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Aria rated it
January 24, 2018
Status: c116
MC here didn't really work hard cause the ML (the novel world's MC) 's path is pretty much set for the mission's completion.

What MC do is provide support & *cough*support*cough* with lots of time[*] spent just waiting for an event or MC's progress to happen.

[*]in novel world time, the story itself is fast paced

Tl;dr : good and/but light plot with lots of *ah* satisfying moments.

One warning : contain non-con elements
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October 6, 2018
Status: Completed
I decided to leave a review since there are a lot of low rating comments that didn't fully read the novel. This is a system novel but all the worlds are related to the MC life. It was enjoyable and I really liked it. It kind of ended too soon for me. I wanted more time in the real world, but it was a satisfying conclusion.
EDIT: Also to people complaining about the first few translated chapters, it gets much better after that. ... more>>

The first world is the most problematic one due to consent issues. I don't like when characters says they dont want a relationship but are force and it turns out that they were just in denial. This type of premise is very problematic for me. But in this case, the overall conclusion made up for it since the ML's soul is the same throughout all the worlds and he learns his lesson of not forcing the MC to do anything.

I liked how they tied up the real world with the worlds that the MC visited. They sort of served as an experience for the MC to realize that the ML was in love with him and open himself up to the opportunity to love him back. The way the ML falls for the MC doesn't really have a reason. He just feels that he is special and he likes his mannerisms, so for those that don't like the insta love that could be a problem. Now MC takes a long time to fall for ML and to accept that he likes being with a guy. ML has been very devoted to MC for years, but MC is completely clueless and only sees him as a friend.

I have to say this novel had the best system that I have read so far. I really want this type of system. Just go off into all these fictional worlds and have adventures and then come back to your regular life. Sign me up please.

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Sceer rated it
August 21, 2018
Status: --
Without the MC, the ML can still achieve success (as stated since the worlds are the books the MC has already written).

The purpose of MC is just to turn the BG novel into BL, and let ML f*** him many times.

Romance-wise, not my cup of tea but many people vote 5 stars so perhaps they like it.

... more>>

In first arc, ML rapes MC since MC only treats ML as younger brother, it is bittersweet in the ending though. When the MC is about to leave the ML is free to go anywhere, and won't force him as long as MC doesn't leave him.

Second arc, the MC loves ML so it's kind of morally okay LOL.

Third arc, the ML hypnotizes MC and do the deed and when it is done the MC doesn't realize it. So kinda worse than first arc for me


Plot-wise, not that good. The existence of the system was not explained, it's not even a bunch of data, it just appeared to just connect things... see spoiler


The ML is MC's handsome roommate in real life like it's sweet but WTF?

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Bib rated it
December 26, 2017
Status: c6
Kind of reminds me of FOD but this has more comedy in it. The MC's internal monologue is hilarious. He pretty much believes himself to be a lonely single straight dog and doesn't doubt the ML's motives and actions toward him. Still at the first story arc but this novel looks promising although the translations could use some more solid proofreading and editing.
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owlzeyes rated it
May 6, 2018
Status: Completed
It's a really good BL novel to read. It's a pretty simple and straightforward BL transmigration novel. I love the fact that we can see how the MC develops feelings for ML in each arc. And I'm always a fan of novels where the MC is like a pillar of support for ML. This novel doesn't really have any angst because MC isn't really a antagonist cannon fodder like most BL transmigration novels. It's a sweet BL novel. The only thing I'm dissatisfied with is the lack of details of... more>> how MC and ML got together after they reunite in the real world. I really wanted chapters full of their fluffy moments when they confessed in real life and their fluffy moments together in real life instead of just snippets of it. <<less
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Anikarp rated it
July 21, 2019
Status: --
There's always more r*pe in yaoi novels, it kind of turns me off. Just imagine MC was a girl instead? I feel like a lot more would be outraged. The ML is too manipulative and creepy for me. I didn't really feel the chemistry between them, either, more like MC is slowly getting brainwashed and ML thinks that MC is his possession. Main character might be dumb, but he deserves a lot better than this guy.

Giving it a 3 star since I might be biased against romanticizing r*pe and abuse.... more>> If you don't mind these things, then who knows? You might like it. <<less
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nixaria rated it
January 22, 2018
Status: Completed
As it was already said this story has some similar points with FOD. There are only few world: 3 except real one. But it is ok. Story line is completed and happy end. That is what I like. Another plus or minus it depends on your opinion is slow developing of feeling. It is sad but believable.... more>>

First world is historical setting and ML is a litlle bit yandere, so here are tragic monents. Second one is fairy tale - mostly positive. And the third one is cultivation world which I like the most because of unpredictable setting with time travel and death and than another transmigration to the same world into the body of his

I google translated novel till the end and I think it was not waste of time. <<less
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Rin.Rin rated it
February 20, 2019
Status: v3
yaoi novels tend to have more rape- total turn off

The first arc was.... very rapey. I don't know about others if they found the 1st arc adorable, but I don't dig when the MC is forced countlessly under the ML extreme sexually desire. Adding to the fact that the MC was basically under house arrest.

The third arc was kind of creepy... It was basically the MC being hypnotized to forget the ML sexual actions.

I disagree with creepy possessive love without consent. Low key it's like r*pe and... more>> that's not okay. I don't understand why no one points out the fact the first arc was totally messed up. I hate where the MC has to worry about his body from too much s*x.

If others like that type of love feel free to read! Not my cup of tea. <<less
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Liu rated it
March 14, 2018
Status: c17
From what I have read so far, this novel feels more like an overview of events at very fast pace. That's not to say that the storyline is poor, it's well narrated and there is no glaring flaw. However, character development feels lacking. Time skips are thrown in and regular intervals with no POV to describe why a few words from the MC did the Gong fall in love. The interaction between the two is quit stale, with no depth of the characters personality.

The descriptions just mention things in passing,... more>> like 'we helped relieve eachovers frustation' 'I had a sword fight' heated gazes thrown in every once in a while. Not really going into details but a frustarating narration of events.

The MC + system interaction also disappeared after the first 5 chapters, which I expected to be more predominate from the description. The MC just seems like a dense protag-kun who thinks 'hickeys = mosquito bites' and the gong is watching from the distance with a 'heated gaze' (。-∀-) with light side molestation.

The novel clearly has more chapters and room for development, however this is my opinion from what has been translated so far. So when more chapters come out and the story is more developed, I will update my review. Overall, I feel this novel is quite bland, if doesn't stand out particularly however it's not horrendously written, it's a good read for boredom. <<less
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iceflecks rated it
July 18, 2018
Status: Completed
It's a nice BL novel. I love the happy ending, along with how the ML is devoted to the MC and vice versa. A great read, but a little short since it's only 3 world arcs (super long arcs though) with real world bits in between. ^^ Still, the real world parts are super sweet~
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holachica rated it
December 6, 2019
Status: c42
What in the nine floors of f*cking hell is it with BL authors (or really, just a large part of Chinese romance novel authors in general) and their tendency to include r*pe as a plot device? Honest to god, = state your f*cking point please. Because at this stage, I really don't see any.

r*pe isn't a damn problem to 'resolve' with a li'l angst, because that sh*t shouldn't be happening in the first place.
... more>>

Using this damned sort of thing as a plot device? It's getting real old... I mean, yanderes are fun and all, but imagine a man going about, who has no qualms about raping you and shoving his d*ck inside without permission, just because 'he loves you'.


Also, as the novel states, for some inexplicable reason, 'you're okay with it because you watched him grow up.' Sounds like a load of justifying crap that the author just threw in to make everything A-OK.

I see comments going "omg r*pe is a NO for me!" and then going on to leave a shining 5-star review.

Honey... if you have this sort of sick fetish, there ain't no need to pretend--ain't nobody falling for that bullshit. <<less
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Pavetta rated it
November 9, 2019
Status: c4
I stopped reading the story after finishing chapter four. Here's why:

Firstly, the two first chapters have been translated by mionline, while chapters 3 and onwards have been translated by Isohungry Translations.

The quality of both translators is very different. For mionline, it's very apparent (s) he doesn't speak English as his/her native language. The text is full of grammar errors (though the spelling is fine) and tense switches. It's a chore to read those two first chapters. Frankly, it's a miracle the story has such a high average score, considering most... more>> readers probably give up reading after struggling to comprehend those first two chapters.

I forced myself to push past it, thinking that since the next chapters have been translated by another translator, it's highly possible everything after chapter two will be of a better quality.

I was right. Isohungry's translations don't have as much grammar errors and I have less trouble understanding what is going on. However, the text switches back and forth between past tense and present tense too often, and those tense errors kind of killed by interest in the story, which had been pretty weak after going through those first two chapters by mionline with their terrible grammar.

I appreciate the hard work of those translators and I don't wish to belittle them, but I'd advise mionline to get a beta-reader and Isohungry to pay attention to what verb tense they are using. I also think that Isohungry might want to think about re-translating chapters 1 and 2. That way the story wouldn't lose as many readers due to the current poorly written first two chapters.

I thought about leaving this story with a one-star the moment I saw the first chapter, however I feel that would be unfair as I haven't been able to read enough of the story to judge whether the plot is any good. I have only read four chapters before giving up, so my dislike is entirely based on the poor grammar, not on how good or bad the story itself might be.

If this gets a beta at some point then I might give the story another chance, but as of right now there are too many errors for me to enjoy it. <<less
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PotatoCakes rated it
June 8, 2018
Status: c38
Very stereotypical transmigration novel. Similar to other Transmigration novels, the MC goes through several worlds and slowly falls in love with ML, who is a different character but the same soul.

The writing is decent and the characters are cute. Nothing unexpected happens. A fluffy light read for when you're bored.
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ResidentialPsycho rated it
September 16, 2018
Status: c53
The first arc is boring and generic. The MC and ML have their own personalities, but they aren't interesting or entertaining enough to keep the story going on their own. The side-characters have hardly any personality or depth shown at all. The plot is weak, and hardly any information is given to develop the various worlds the MC goes into. Worse of all, the ML's affections come out of nowhere and give an unnatural "love at first sight" kind of feeling. The development into the relationships between the various characters,... more>> including the MC and ML, are either weak or absent altogether. Many important key details of the plot are just completely washed over.

I was planning to drop this series until the middle of the first arc when

the ML gets the MC drunk and then rapes him. Unlike many series where rape, which is nothing but an act of violence and disrespect, turns into love, the MC does not love his rapist. Instead, he very reasonably rejects the ML's feelings and escapes. Unfortunately, he is captured by the ML at the end of that arc and is forced into being his s*x slave. The ML is manipulative and emotionally abusive, preventing the MC from leaving their chamber and refusing to give him any clothes. When the female love interest arrives, the ML forces the MC to sit on his lap, and the MC lies and says they are in a mutual relationship because he's scared of being raped again later. Surprise... The ML rapes him afterward anyway. The ML, the person who was originally the hero, has completely become a villain by the end. It's a very tragic Bad Ending, and the MC has also started showing signs of Stockholm syndrome. He is tortured every day until he finally leaves that world.


So far, the writing in the second world is a bit better. The writing still skips the training details, side-characters, and world development, which makes the story come off as pretty barren.

The MC becomes a cat. He eventually gains a human form but can freely return to being a cat. This may be able to use to escape the ML or avoid him if he turns out to be as emotionally and sexually abusive as the ML from the first arc.


There isn't any romance thus far, just rape. It is interesting to see the "hero" turn into a very nasty bad guy. That said, I absolutely cannot support the relationship between the MC and the MLs at this point. It will be more interesting if the MC rises up against his abuser. <<less
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Wanderad rated it
July 25, 2018
Status: --
OH MY GOD this novel is make me cry, smile, laugh, annoy. So complete feeling. Make me can't stop for reading. If you want to enjoy a bl love story with not to hard dificult plot and.

most of it about the strugle of ML make MC falling in love, also some plot twist

You can enjoy this novel
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Arithra rated it
July 4, 2018
Status: c38
4 stars, could be five in the future, but so far more would be pushing it.

The protagonist is fairly interesting and the system is cute. MC is an author, kind, but a but dense. At first I was really turned off by the r*pe tag, but after reading the reviews I decided to give it a try after all. I don't regret it, and I hope I won't in the future.

The first story:

... more>>

It actually starts out fairly sweet and the MC and the ML have a good relationship, In the beginning the ML was very much aware of the fact that he should not treat the protagonist like a possession, sadly the circumstances they experience push the poor guy and he goes a bit strange in the head.

The MC is not blameless for that breakdown in the relationship, because I think the two of them talking it out would have helped, however he is not to blame for getting raped and he is very much appalled and angry at it - rightfully so. The ML also knows what he did is wrong, he has his reasons, but they don't make it better. I sometimes feel that there are elements of Stockholm syndrome, but its not quite the case, since for all that the MC cares for the ML, he still sticks with the facts - what happened to him was wrong, but before everything else the two guys were friends and he cares about his friend and does not want him to be unhappy, which is part of the reasons I think this story is great despite its flaws.


As for the people who said there is no romance between the guys, I disagree, because I think part of the problem was that for all that the MC is probably bisexual if not gay, he is terribly repressed and probably doesn't even really it himself. Due to this and what happens in the story, a romantic relationship between the ML and MC doesn't happen in the first world, but some sprinkles of romance were there.

I hope that the authors keeps the character development believable and continues to acknowledge if something about a relationship is unhappy. The main story taking part in the real world that the MC returns to after every transmigration is a bit predictable, but that's not a bad thing. For one it shows that the author has a clear ending in mind. Since there seems to be an actual plot where this is going I hope the translators work hard! So far they did a great job! :-) So I would recommend it, for now

if the way it deals with non-con stays the same. Namely that the characters know that it is wrong

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CookieEel rated it
December 23, 2019
Status: --
I honestly liked the novel in the beginning but the middle and last part of the first arc absolutely ruined it for me I can't force myself to go through the entire story knowing what the ML did to the MC yet the MC still falls in love with ML.

... more>>

Im not gonna sit here and pretend I'm a saint, I usually don't care that much about the r*pe trope in bl I've gotten used to it which really isn't a good sign but the ML repeatedly raped the MC he knew it was wrong but did he stop? No. And the MC eventually developed some sort of Stockholm syndrome because the ML basically kidnapped him and wouldn't allow him to leave taking away his clothes so the MC couldn't leave, and again just kept raping the MC, I honestly just hated it.

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YellowNoodle rated it
May 17, 2019
Status: Completed
Although the first arc was an extreme big "yikes", we later learn that the MC did in fact hold the same feelings later on.

But to me it is a big plot hole because seriously, anyone kept against their will who is forced to have s*x is a big NO.

However, the novel gives the explanation that even if the ML did that, the MC didn't hate him because he basically watched the ML grow up and had certain emotions for him.

In my opinion, because they both learn from it and grow... more>> in the later arcs, this became something in limbo.

Overall I read this for enjoyment and it delivered.

Drama exists but it's solved extremely quickly and rationally (according to the storyline of the Mc's novel) thus leaving the MC and ML to cultivate their feelings, to which, is the main focus of this whole big.

The arcs are well written abeilt with some plot holes but in the end, the book was enjoyable.

I think my main frustration with the MC is his small level of cluelessness. He acknowledges that the storyline doesn't strictly follow his script and events that weren't in his book pop up out of nowhere BUT he's so fricken clueless about it. He doesn't take any counter measures and is oblivious to his surroundings at certain times.

Nonetheless, I realized that these characters weren't OP and was extremely human staying within their character setting despite being forced to adapt to the bloody circumstances of the new world.

Conclusion: 10/10

Its best to read this for fun and not think about the little unrationality of certain aspects too much. It's fluffy and sweet, personally, when the whole book gets translated to a certain extent, I like the part when the MC goes back in time.

Satisfying but I wouldn't read it again <<less
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Valarra rated it
February 19, 2019
Status: c29
I'm still in the first arc, MC is rational but the problem is he is innocent (since he's a shut-in otaku). Even when he knows it's wrong he will get stockholm syndrome due to his lack of relationship knowledge.

... more>>

He gets raped repeatedly by ML and even in the beginning he gets molested multiple times while sleeping. The ML is yandere for no reason (he's a small boy for one chapter and then the novel time skips quickly so that he's bigger already). It is revealed very early on that the ML was his roommate in college (although it was just a passing sentence that can easily be missed).


I give 3 stars because the translation is good, story is okay if you are fine with the lack of consent. I heard it will get better in the subsequent arcs but I'm not there yet. <<less
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