Monster Girl versus the Multiverse (Isekai)

Monster Girl versus the Multiverse (Isekai)

by Joe_Gold

Akumi Fuji is the world's greatest Dungeons & Drakes Online player—and she's in trouble!

She's been isekai'd into the Multiverse, a video game-like network of universes based on fiction genres, from High Fantasy to Cyberpunk to Space Opera. What's worse, it's in the middle of a civil war. The United Worlds, a federation of imperialistic demihumans, is fighting the League of Monsters, an alliance of xenophobic monsters.

Now, Akumi is going to have to use her newfound ability to turn into monster girls, from a sneaky goblin girl to a ferocious werewolf girl to an invincible dragon girl, if she wants to survive, make allies, and eventually rule in this strange new world.

Oh, and did I mention she has to eat a monster before she can turn into its monster girl type?

Talk about a bad roll!

This isn't your typical isekai, this isn't your typical litRPG, and this isn't your typical system web novel. This is as weird as it gets. This is Monster Girl versus the Multiverse!

Author's Note:

Chapters will be released on Sundays, GMT.

If you like anime, comic books, video games, and tabletop role-playing games—especially Dungeons & Dragons—you'll like this.

It's going to be one of those long web novels with 100+ chapters, deep lore, and a huge cast of colourful characters. The story will eventually turn into an epic quest across the Multiverse in the same vein as the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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For this story, the grammar is good. There are few spelling mistakes, though the author uses ' instead of " for quotaion marks.

The story itself is alright so far. Some plot holes, but ignorable. The worldbuilding is alright so far. You know where they are and what's going on. 

The style feels random and spontaneus. And lighthearted. It doesn't really feel like there is any major plot right now. Not much else to say.

The characters feel flat. Maybe it's because of the lack of enough chapters, but the characters all feel very easy going, and some characters break their characters by suddenly doing the exact opposite of what you would expect them to do. There are some minor inconsistancies in characters.

The story for now, though, feels like it's sort of just aimlessly drifting around.

Do give it a try if you like lighthearted stories.


Want a LitRPG/GameLIT/Isekai? Check!

Want an entertaining start, promising premise and an entertaining spectacle? Check!

Only the first few chapters posted and its already shaping up to be a HELL of a ride! With a wild main character who thinks nothing of exploiting the weak and can turn into other monsters by eating them? This is going to be a fun story to follow!

Can't wait to see where this tale goes!  

Chaos Jester

Monster Girl vs. the Multiverse

Reviewed at: Chapter 7 - Loot

An ingenious setting for a VMMORPG LitRPG mixed with a flurry of action, comedy, and solid plot points, Monster Girl versus the Multiverse starts off strong and doesn't drop pace.

The style of the story is clear. You've got a classic vmmorpg setup with all of the bright shininess of a new game. You add in some characters who are top tier at their specific genres. Then you get a good twist. The new vmmorpg is a mix of all the other games, which lends itself to some very creative options. The story builds on that premise, offering the classic "stuck" plot, while also managing to find clever references and top tier humor to keep the story paced well.

As far as grammar goes, I don't think I've ever seen anything remotely this clean on royal road.

The story itself in a unique take on some classic features of LitRPGs. I usually spend this section focused on worldbuilding, and Golden Boy has a very clear image of his World, giving us the glimpses we need to be excited for what is and what is to come. 

Akumi and Emma are great characters with big personalities who play off each other well. The chemistry written between them feels organic and allows for great humor and emotional moments. Paired with their skill sets, they will definitely be driving this story.

Overall, this story is a fun one. If you like quick paced action mixed with solid plot and amazing characters, take a seat. Give this one a shot.

Other Slater

Cool, Funny, an Interesting Start

Reviewed at: Chapter 7 - Isekai'd

As usual your personality shines through the characters. You do a great job of fleshing out the personalities of these people, making an engaging world to explore. While the game itself seems manic, it is interesting to say the least. Can't wait to see more of the characters and the world.