Vivian is a Pacifist, but not by choice. After waking up in a strange abandoned temple, the young woman receives the Blessing of a long forgotten goddess. In exchange for these newfound healing powers, she has been stripped of the ability to willfully inflict violence upon anyone or anything.
Now she must survive in a world of magic and monsters, while unable to lift a finger to defend herself. To find her way back home Vivian needs to make new friends, forge alliances, and accept her new role as a designated healer.
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It is quite a pleasant story, with a likable main character, a vivid fantasy world and flawless grammar and language. The pacifist nature of the mc's class is an interesting twist, though I worry that it might limit creative choices down the line. What keeps the story from getting 5 stars is the aimlessness of the mc. Both the litrpg aspects and the story themself just sort of happens to the protagonist. Story wise this makes complete sense, but I would like her to have more agency regarding her class and abilities. To be able to "build her character". At the moment she just stumbles from one horror to the next and I like my MC's to be more decisive in one way or another.
Its a good story, but it isnt great. Vivian is a good character. She wakes up in a ruin temple. Gains a Healer class and uses it to gain some friends. While the story will entertain you. Its a little hard to get into. Not a lot of drama. But it is kinda early so maybe it picks up a bit.
This was a delightful story to find and binge.
Some might complain that the chapters are shorter or fly by.
The plot is good but doesn't waste time getting rolling. Good strong events don't linger past a chapter or two before resolution.
Characters and world building is great fun so far.
Any system elements are minor to non existant. DnD style limits on ability usage so far.
Looking forward to where this ends up :)
This is one of my favorite stories on Royal Road. The MC is likeable and so far is focusing on being a dedicated healer which is something I've been wanting to see for a while. The side characters we've seen feel real and fleshed out instead of a bunch of generic templates.
The writing is great and easy to read, I've not come across any errors that I can remember. The author is posting chapters at a rapid rate and I hope he doesn't burn out because I want to read a lot more of this.
TL:DR - Book is great and you should read it.