To Enter Five Peaks Magical Academy you must have a familiar. Abigail hoped for a bird, maybe an owl like her best friend's, or a cuddly cat or loyal hound. She would have been happy with a particularly smart toad, even.
Instead she got you.
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There's tentacles. There's loli. There's moe. There's cuteness and innocence on something that should not be innocent.
I couldn't describe a summon that went wronger than this one. It is wrong in all ways and probably overflowed on the negative to become something awesome.
Did I say it has tentacles? Fthang anyone? Yaya, R'leh Fthang? No, not that creature with a C. As the title says, it is a story about Love. And probably some Crafting somewhere.
The tentacles will show the way. The tentacles are truth. Stop reading this review and read the novel. You will be liberated, if only of your mortal coil. You dream. You sleep. Now you are cute and spread your tentacles. Read it.
Do you know about things humans should not know? You would if you read this. Everything is made better with tentacles.
I'm loving this story. Light hearted tentacular slice of life, consistenly funny for my taste, got a chuckle almost every chapter. The second person narrative certainly gives it a distinctive feel, but it's really well executed in my opinion. I'm excited to see where the story develops now that the plot has enter it's magic academy phase. I certainly want to learn more about the world and the way magic works in this world. Still, our lovable tentacular OP loli familiar and her lack of common sense and hilarious misunderstandings it's what I find the most enjoyable in this story. I just wish the chapters were longer because I want more of Dreamer, and that's not a bad thing at all to want more of, I suposse. Give it a read if you are looking for a lovecraftian comedy slice of life told in an interesting way, with lovable characters and a world that you want to learn more about.
I'd like seeing some interludes told from the prespective of side characters though, I feel it'd be a nice break from the second person and potentially hilarious. Still, loving the story, good job author, I want moar!!
It is only proper etiquette when a creature wraps you in its tentacles to wrap them back!
Give him your layers and layers of tentacular glory.
My teeth ache from all the cuteness. I didn´t even know that I needed a little azathoth Familiar-Sister in my life until now.
So I´m gonna go and get some of that food you get when finished with food. You mortals are genius!
It's pretty decent read, with some nice humor. Stands well on it's own and does the whole "Blue and Orange Morality" thing pretty well.
I didn't realise this was a quest untill the last few chapters when I noticed the votes section. (I usually only find those on sufficient velocity, spacebattles and more rarely, /tg/ )
Good slice of life novel. How can such Eldritch Abomination act even with its infinite lifespan is a mystery, but certainly cute and cuddly.
Though I like the adorableness, I'm not fan of Yuri and I see that the novel is not focus on magic. So, I wish for the Author's continued dedication but I'm only up till here.
As far as I've read, which is not all that far to be honest, Love Crafted seems alright.
The grammar is great, didn't see any issues.
I can't really comment on the story or the characters all that well, but from what I saw, the characters were alright.
Now the style... I cannot in any way advocate the use of 2nd person writing. It is, in my opinion, the gravest mistake an author can make.
Keep in mind that this is my opinion and everyone can read what appeals to them. I am in no way hating on the Author or the Story. The choice of 2nd person writing though? I am hating on that 100%
The beginning was cute, and I liked the accidental horror elements of the first dozen or so chapters. I laughed a few times. But then came a multi-chapter shopping spree where nothing was accomplished that left me wondering just how long the story is. I was on chapter 17 and nothing at all had actually happened. And there are only 80 chapters. So 20% into the story it hadn't even really started, and I realized that this is kinda a one-joke superficial slice-of-life story. Since I already read the joke... four or five times, actually, I jumped forward to close to the end... and it still felt the same. Same joke. So I was done.
The start could've led to a fun, longer story that explored humanity through the lens of an Eldritch Horror. Or to a look into magic from multiple perspectives. Or to a discussion about how there's always something larger or nastier out there. Or a lot of other options. But it seems to have continued on with "Eldritch Horror bumbles around doing accidental damage due to being kinda dumb", and that stops being funny after the first ten to fifteen times.
So yeah, read it until the same joke gets boring, then move on. The author did.
Normally female main characters annoy me, but this is a quite feminine story that I have no problems reading. I still think the main character is too naive and could use some depth but the main story line is great and keeps me wanting more. 4/5