Fortress City has Super Villains, who have evil lairs, and in them they make super weapons. But when a bioweapon is granted super powers of its own, will Fortress City be able to handle the Super Minion?
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The epitome of a character driven masterpiece. So many well made characters, I actually care about what happens to most of the side characters! Best portrayal of such an inhuman protagonist I've ever read.
All around excellent fiction. Extremely creative. Detailed without being verbose. Believable character interactions. Extremely imaginative depiction of what a several week old lab grown bioweapon, who isn't innately evil, but has little to no context about the world would act like when presented with various situations and scenarios. A very well-done fish out of water story with a likeable and sympathetic character, despite the character being thoroughly non-human.
The world building is also quite inventive -- taking inspiration from superhero tropes, but with enouhg innovation and twists to make the work very original overall. Even with the narrow slice of the world we've seen so far, the world building seems vast and thoughtful. Excellent work on the authors part.
If you usually don't like superhero stories, I'm willing to bet it's because of the genre's tendancy toward 2d characters and the cartoony motivations held by heroes and villains alike. Or maybe their tendancy towards implausable behavior and contrived scenarios that require serious suspension of disbelief. If that's the case, I bet you'll still like this fiction just fine.
Give this story a shot. You won't be disappointed.
This is, hands down, my favorite work on this site.
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Definitely a must read on Royal Road. Even if you aren't a fan of sci-fi or some other tag on the story at least give it a shot I'm sure it'll enthrall you with it's minute yet valuable details, amazing world building and interesting cast of characters.
It is very well written, the only gripe I have is that there aren't enough chapters to feed my addiction. Then again, I can't really blame the author because the chapters are quite long and (I know I've said this already but...) incredibly well written.
Superminion is such a unique and fun story. Genuinely hilarious, but also not cracky. It pulls you in, makes you care about the characters, and makes you smile.
There is a reason this story is one of the top ones on RR. Everything from the characters to the story are writen to be unique and rememerable. Not because they are over the top, but because what they do makes sense and is relatable. Something which can be lacking in some stories.
If you haven't started reading this yet get on with it! You're missing something special while you wait.
Your story is the best I've seen yet :DD
It's creative, it makes you want to read on, it makes me want to read on, of course -w-
I don't know how these kind of legend in made but all I want to say is your story is awesome!
Your ideas are one of a kind!
Good job on that ^ v ^
I encourage you on continuing this story!
Hope you have a good day and please, continue spreading the happiness and awesomeness. ^~^
This is just one of those novels you can't drop once you pick it up. Author-san uses a fantastic blend of humor and severity. The pacing is fantastic, reading this is akin to taking comfortable soaks in a pool, and letting yourself sink... then coming up for satisfying mouthfuls of air.
I'd really recommend this to everyone and anyone. If I could add another star, I wont even hesitate!
The beginning is very confusing, because the protagonist isn't human and has a limited understanding of the world arround him. To lessen frustration, you'll definitely need to know that the "drones" are just humans. Thankfully this language is quickly discarded, and once the protagonist is set loose on the world, well... boy is he hilarious. There's no comedy tag on this, but there should be.
I love it.