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When I started reading I just could not get my bearings. How could such a good story pawsibly be so bearied in the rankings when so many teddy-ous stories make their way to the top?
I think prospective readers should paws, maybe bearicade their doors, and get comfy. I could go on but I don't want to embearass myself.
Never really knew I wanted to read about a teddy bear until this. Seriously, you've got goblins, sneks, doggos and all sorts running around in litRPG nowadays, but you wouldn't think the adventures of a teddy bear that isn't some reincarnated human would be so readable.
I absolutely love this story. It's charming, it flows, and I absolutely have to know what happens next. It is the one and only story that I've added to my favorites.
Style - It's a well thought LitRPG, that integrates the LitRPG elements well with the story.
Story - I'm writing this at the end of the firat arc, so I haven't seen where it's going. However, I'm rarely so heartbroken to catch up to as I have been with this one.
Grammar - Pretty much perfect. The occasional typo, but otherwise consistant.
Character - It has several major characters that are all wonderfully complete, and also very distinct. The minor characters are not as easy to remember or sympathize with, but they work well with the main ones.
A fun, well-written story with excellent world building. The system and the resulting world just make sense and you can see how things would work that way. If you're looking for an OP protagonist or amazingly rapid scaling this isn't the story for you. Our protagonist is a golem made from a Teddy Bear and the enemies faced are of an equally low standard. But if you ever wanted to read a story with a dungeon based entirely on Cat puns or cheer for a housecat and a sentient Teddy Bear as they overcome their differences to face a common foe (rats) as fellow warriors, then this is the fic for you.
This a great addition to the LitRPG genre. It's funny, lighthearted (but there are suggestions of things much darker in the stories future) and the game mechanics don't seem to be weighing down the story - yet. The story so far has been great.
The story is about a teddy bear that has been given life by an Animator unknowingly. I never really knew that I wanted an MC that's cute and adorable until now. The teddy bears antics so far has been nothing short of extraordinary and fun. It is a lighthearted read which has incidents that escalate it to a full blown adventure story and none of it seems forced which is a plus. The information dumps aren't there. Character growth is amazing and the puns. By the Lord the puns just make this story even better. Give it a read. I'm sure any story with a cuddly bear with modeling class is pretty damn amazing. Like this one is.
From the description I thought it might be similar to 'When a plush comes to shove'(A light-heated teddy RRL novel). This is anything but light-hearted, it is full of intrigue and suspence. The novel is 100xmore awesome and 20xmore gruesome. With well paced character and skill growth, this is in the top 10 litrpg's I've read.
it's no wounder that the rewiews keep swinging between winie the puh, padington bear and chucky.it's just that good.
the characters are all intricate, with their own dreams and motivations, and their interactions flow naturaly. The autor knows how to do show, not tell about it all, and forshadowing is done masterfully.
The storry manages to mix existential dread, death, lost inocence with sugary overdoses of fluffy adorableness and teaparties in a complatly natural way. Becouse OFCOURSE that is what you do when the necromantic midboss threathens to evicerate your special someone. it's just polite.
a much veirder but atleast as thought out system as any. some of the weirdest baseclasses i have ever come across (i mean, the Model class as a base adventure class? come on), but they work. it's even a huge part of the story, the secrecy and worth of the knowlage about high level jobs, and their unlocks.
Normaly, you would think that when an autor that is this big on puns and references, it would get straind really fast. but no. The puns work. extreamly well, even. even when the instorry characters point them out. Gramar is fine, with the occasional small mistake. way, way better than most on the site, on par with Iron teeth.
This is awesome. I hope the author know how great it is to come across something so amazing. I think this is one of the best stories I have read on this site.
Surprisely a damn good story here. Not some disgusting cop out copy paste reincarnated person bullshit with half of every chapter being dumb stupid boring numbers and retarded skill nonsense. The primary character best of all stays within its means and character of what and who it is. This is among the EXTREME FEW non human protagonist stories out there and most important is not complete shit. Author is doing good so far and seems to have good direction and pacing aside from the later changes could have been brought out a bit later.
Synopis is actually good to btw