Violet Reborn (Isekai)

Violet Reborn (Isekai)

by EmmaLeia

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She was an Archaeology and Linguistics major that had just graduated from university when the plane for her family reunion crashed in a freak weather incident.  

Follow the newly christened Violet as she is born again into a world with an odd fascination with the colors of the rainbow.  

Watch as she navigates this new world filled with blue screens and skills.  What happens when she unlocks forbidden magic?

This is an isekai story where the main character was reborn into the world.  Information about the world will be slowly revealed as the main character learns about it.

Posting Schedule: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.  I will also post bonus chapters randomly as I write them.

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luda305
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A Rainbow-Colored Breath of Fresh Air--Reincarnate

Reviewed at: Chapter 10 - Magic

A young woman with interests in archaeology and linguistics gets reincarnated as a baby to parents who are archaeological linguists! 

The story is a fun little bit.  Pretty standard reincarnated as a baby, and working out the LitRPG system as a baby, and hiding as a baby. 

The worldbuilding is a trip.  There's the hinted at fascination with color and it gets pretty deep.  But on top of that, the social structure is so odd.  Like... centralized economic planning, with little to no market (let alone free market).  It's a bundle of fresh air.

The grammar and style were a little rough in the first few chapters, but cleaned up later. 

The plot is... I don't know if there's a plot yet.  It's pretty slice of lifey right now.  The characters are serviceable.

Glaistig_Uaine
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Quite interesting. The society definitely seems like a dystopia of some kind. Reminds me quite a bit of stories like Divergent. I can only imagine that children born with inherent traits are culled, like the child at the beginning with the green mark, or they are taken away and society is even more of a caste system then it appears.

Worldbuilding is pretty decent for the main characters age but some more detail could be examined through overheard conversations by her parents. At the moment, the audience really doesn't know anything about the mother and father and no other character is really notable either beside Sky.

Grammer looks good, nothing that stands out or pulled me out of the story.

Like the system, but I wonder how the main character is going to compare level and trait wise to everyone else. Does gaining a system early on mean that she has a head start or does everyone start earning levels at birth?

All in all, fascinating concept and well executed so far. I look forward to reading more!

Potassium
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An Well-Made Reincarnation LitRPG

Reviewed at: Chapter 15 - Secret Expedition

This is an well-made reincarnation LitRPG, with a promising magical system, a somewhat different main character, not a lobar with poor social skills and an obsession with videogames but a young woman studying languages and archeology in college, a wellcome variant. Of criticisms, the main one is a inconstancy between first person and third Persian narration in the earlier chapters, this can be a bit disconcerting, but it improves as os chapter 13 

Autobot
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An excellent beginning to what appears to be an great story.  Characters are engaging and believable.  Skills and magic system is logical and well thought out.  I'm looking forward to reading more.  It is a slow burn from the birth of the main character, but I prefer that to skipping large sections of their lives.