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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If Boxxy were created in not a fantasy game world, but futuristic world.... it’s like reading Everyone Loves Large Chests (except the puns)
I love this novel, and I hope it will get higher in the rankings! Go Tofu!
Found my old account I didn't log in to ages just to say I like this.
The style is pretty cool. I'm used to lots of novels on this site having only one theme for any powers they obtain, but this novel gives itself more opportunities by involving robotics, mutations and super powers. I really enjoy the diversity and competition they could all have.
For grammar, I only spotted one tiny error out of the 19 chapters currently released. It's great.
The story itself is basic as can be at the beginning, but that's because the main character is obviously a robot just fighting things. After that (no spoilers, don't worry), it becomes much more enjoyable and has many branching storylines that actually get involved in the main character's life, whether good or bad, it feels natural and enjoyable. Nothing feels truly robotic, just like the super minion.
The protagonist starts off very mechanical and basic in thought processes and functions, but it doesn't last very long. He builds himself with each encounter he has with a person, monster, super hero, facility and even with a piece of food. It's very wholesome and satisfying.
Him alone would be better than average for this website, but the story has many memorable characters that actually feel like people and all have their own quirks that make you actually visualize and notice them each time you read their name. I have nothing to complain about any of the characters, it's very well blended and none of them feel artificial.
Overall, I love the story and I look forward to the future of its world and the protagonist. I hope this becomes more than trending and reach the best rated of this site.
I'll check each monday for this story and appreciate whatever it pops out, since I know the author will always think of something good.
Thank you Gogglesbear.
I'm picky. It's a thing. My coworkers know of it, my mother dispaired of it. I prefer the good stuff.
This? Isn't the good stuff. It's some of the best stuff.
I'm going to avoid giving spoilers, but here's a brief summary of my feelings.
A realistic, believeable main character who is decidedly NOT HUMAN who is realistic and relatable while being very not-human? Awesome. A MC who is all of that, who interacts with non-MCs who are believable, likeable, and realatable; no matter which side they're on? In a realistic Super-Hero world with lots of world building; which world building makes you long to know more, and desperately hope the MC will find out the answers to the questions that arise? And when you usually find the answer relatively soon instead of 200 chapters later? Holy Langhorn!
If that doesn't sway you. Then consider this, this is my opinion of the Quality, but not the Tone. Because those two are different things.
It's better than Wildblow's Worm. And I'm a fan of the Author's works. And this brilliant story that I wish I could spend money on? It's better, and is at at-least as good as the best Worm fanfics.
Goggelsbear is a genius, and I really hope they get published. And I very much pray they get an audiobook. I would love to spend an entire week or two listening to the story in the multiple books the publishers would probably insist on.
All that needs to change right now is the chapter count. One chapter a month is not enough
This story is refreshing, entertaining, and enthralling. The characters are well fleshed out, the story is consistent and most plot holes are swiftly amended, the author has impeccable grammar, and the story has yet to disappoint me in any way. As of now the story has been placed on hiatus but I do hope that the author will continue it and eventually give it a proper ending. I would hate to see this one become like so many other amazing stories on here, abandoned without a proper ending.
Definitely deserving of its position in the top ratings section. Holy cow, this story is a beast that has successfully nabbed my heart.
It has very interesting backstory that is obscured by the forestory. Mysteries galore. MC's stilited humanity is certainly a breath of fresh air. Although it follows prevalent contemporary elements, it's not just a shallow reskin of some of the popular web fiction.
MC's inhuman streak is certainly a gold mine of humor and potential. So far, all the new elements only reinforce previously introduced elements which form an interesting story. The light bulb of narrative continually warms up, revealing more and more of the construction site that is reading this story.
I love it! Wish there was more.
Someone please start this author a patreon so we can throw money at him until he agrees to update more often.
The first few chapters were hard to get through but after few chapters the story takes off and is super addictive.
Always had a fascination with non human protagonist, and it being a shifter to booth. My type of flavour.
The perspective of the MC was strange at first but truly is an amazing character. Looking at human customs from a perspective with out human knowledge is so interesting. The moment when you understand what the mc was describing is so satisfying.
Also dessert is best.