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Desmend Dylan is summoned to another filled with kings, queens, dragons, dwarves, horses, fortress, magic, and swords! And fucking hates it! From the modern world, Des has no interest in doing this. But Des is forced by the Goddess to be the king of a large Empire with extensive resources and people. In order to go home and cash in that lottery ticket, Des MUST get rid of the enemies of the with his knowledge of the modern world and countless hours of Tabletop, RTS, RPG, Base Building, and hours of political tv shows. He will face tedious shit.
This world contains both native humans and a number of fantastical races, including elves, dwarves, and hobbits. However, the world is at war, with the humans waging a losing conflict against another group of great warriors, the "Blight," who wish to bring the end of the world.
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It's working process but I can tell the Writer is trying thier best plus it's funny. I like how much of RTS this story is. He or she making more real time like how you can't just fix it over night. It's takes time.
The artwork is nice and simple as well as is the power system. I love how the mc is slowly turning into a troll with brain and despite the context there is not much romance. The main character is weak and knows and uses his knowledge from the order world to fix the finances first because money is needed to change a country.
it's not perfect. Sometimes the exposition feels a little stale and lot of kingdom building. The focus on kingdom building without showing combat is different from what I'm used to.
Style: No complaints. Direct and funny.
Grammer: It's fine
Story: Slow grind going on fast. After quick introduction we're thrown right into the thick of it. Desmend is immediately named and has to fix the many problems of a once great kingdom and how to find out a way to feed 10 million people and focus more on city-building mechanics that lean on resources and legation.