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Fed up with a world where science has made every fantasy a reality and people just don’t care about stories anymore, a young video game developer named Kai uses ancient black magic to transport himself into one of his games, titled: Choices.

Disturbed by his powerlessness on Earth, Kai makes sure to give himself the ability to change this new world as he sees fit, literally.

If you were ridiculously powerful, would you throw away all your morals and do whatever you wanted?
Would you find happiness? Would you find love? Or would you end up realizing that…

Absolute power is pretty depressing.

Note: The format for chapter titles is: “Overall_chapter_number POV_chapter_number: Chapter_title." Look at the POV chapter number to see who is narrating.

Thanks to Ia-shub niggurath and peacefulcatastrophe for editing. Also thanks peacefulcatastrophe for the idea for the new cover image: John Martin, 1789–1854. The Deluge. 1834. (Public Domain)

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Chapter Name Release Date
0.0 Re:Write Prologue: Waves ago
1.0 Zero_Chapter 1: Cracks on the ceiling ago
2.0 Zero_Chapter 2: Sunlight ago
3.0 Zero_Chapter 3: Campfire Stories ago
4.0 Zero_Chapter 4: Smile ago
5.0 Zero_Chapter 5: Ugliness ago
6.0 Zero_Chapter 6: Starry Skies ago
7.0 Ignis_Chapter 1: Haze ago
8.0 Ignis_Chapter 2: To Protect ago
9.0 Ignis_Chapter 3: Anger ago
10.0 Candela_Chapter 1: In my head ago
11.0 Candela_Chapter 2: Queen's Gambit ago
12.0 Candela_Chapter 3: Zugzwang ago
13.0 Grayscale_Chapter 1: Snow ago
14.0 Grayscale_Chapter 2: Clouds ago
15.0 Grayscale_Chapter 3: Shade ago
16.0 Candela_Chapter 4: Zwischenzug ago
17.0 Ignis_Chapter 4: Sadness ago
18.0 Zero_Chapter 7: Warmth ago
19.0 Zero_Chapter 8: On a Hill ago
20.0 Grayscale_Chapter 4: Silver ago
21.0 Ignis_Chapter 5: Care ago
22.0 Candela_Chapter 5: Sicilian ago
23.0 Grayscale_Chapter 5: Coin ago
24.0 Zero_Chapter 9: Headache ago
25.0 Candela_Chapter 6: Smothered ago
26.0 Grayscale_Chapter 6: Ash ago
27.0 Ignis_Chapter 6: Pity ago
28.0 Candela_Chapter 7: Lasker ago
29.0 Grayscale_Chapter 7: Graphite ago
30.0 Ignis_Chapter 7: Frustration ago
31.0 Zero_Chapter 10: Raft ago
32.0 Zero_Chapter 11: Box ago
33.0 Grayscale_Chapter 8: Flint ago
34.0 Grayscale_Chapter 9: Pewter ago
35.0 Grayscale_Chapter 10: Dove ago
36.0 Grayscale_Chapter 11: Porpoise ago
37.0 Grayscale_Chapter 12: Slate ago
38.0 Grayscale_Chapter 13: Lead ago
39.0 Grayscale_Chapter 14: Fog ago
40.0 Grayscale_Chapter 15: Fossil ago
41.0 Grayscale_Chapter 16: Smoke ago
42.0 Zero_Chapter 12: Intentions ago
43.0 Candela_Chapter 8: Castle ago
44.0 Candela_Chapter 9: Fork ago
45.0 Candela_Chapter 10: Tempo ago
46.0 Candela_Chapter 11: Intermezzo ago
47.0 Candela_Chapter 12: Transposition ago
48.0 Ignis_Chapter 7: Amusement ago
49.0 Candela_Chapter 13: Triangulation ago
50.0 Ignis Chapter 8: Fond Memories ago
51.0 Candela_Chapter 14: Topple ago
52.0 Grayscale_Chapter 17: Shadow ago
53.0 Candela_Chapter 15: Check ago
54.0 Ignis_Chapter 9: Free ago
55.0 Zero_Chapter 13: Memories ago
56.0 Ignis_Chapter 10: Determination ago
57.0 Candela_Chapter 16: Captured ago
58.0 Grayscale_Chapter 18: Mud ago
59.0 Grayscale_Chapter 19: Charcoal ago
60.0 Candela_Chapter 17: Blitz ago
61.0 Ignis_Chapter 11: Confusion ago
62.0 Grayscale_Chapter 20: Off-white ago
63.0 Ignis_Chapter 12: Sick ago
64.0 Candela_Chapter 18: Flipping the board ago
65.0 Candela_Chapter 19: Fate’s Immortal ago
66.0 Zero_Chapter 14: Full circle ago
67.0 Zero_Chapter 15: Nothing to say ago
68.0 Grayscale_Chapter 21: Monochrome ago
69.0 Candela_Chapter 20: Solved Game ago
70.0 Ignis_Chapter 13: Mixed Feelings ago
71.0 Zero_Chapter 16: Undulating Hills ago
72.0 Zero_Chapter 17: Flicker ago
The End ago
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Best thing i have read in a long while!

Going to keep it short kuz im lazy teehee.

but yeah this was freaking amazing! Amazing plot, great characters and wow the mind fuck is strong in this one. Read it read it now lil buggers ;)

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Keep up the good work excellent style, story, grammar, and characters.

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Meh story, great style

Style 5/5: Author is amazing storyteller, even when a story is subpart.


Story 3.5/5: It seems like author tried to tell several different stories and failed to connect them together. It felt like world was static and events happened just so author could write a little bit more. Arcs had loose connections and honestly could be their own separate stories. Air kingdom island crashes; Dark kingdom academy. These two could be their own stories and honestly speaking could be written much better individually if they weren't connected. Instead I couldn't care less why characters did what they did. Too little time was spent on each individual arc to bring reader to care. Air kingdom was described as super advanced compare to other kingdoms, but you don't see it, as technological level of other kingdoms isn't connected to struggle of their citizens. Reach people in other kingdoms are still rich, slaves are the same in every kingdom. You would think that life of middle class is better in Air kingdom, but there's no comparation with others. All technology Air kingdom has feels meaningless, like all they have are toys. I can continue about other arcs and kingdoms, but it will take too long.


Grammar 5/5: Had no problem with it whatsoever.


Characters 3.5/5: I felt no connection with characters. There's no character development for Kai. There was a glimpse at it at the start and then when he was sealed, but that's it. I didn't care about him at all. And I can't understand Amy either. Author just throws her personality at us without showing us how it was built, she's one dimensional, while being main cast. Her falling in love with Kai was absolutely random. I was just confused about it. Didn't feel any joy for a couple. Runir and Lily are probably the most developed characters in the story and honestly speaking author should've just wrote about their story with no Kai bullshit that just killed all interest I had in this story. Other characters were even more of an afterthought and I don't have opinion about them, because of how bland they are.


Overall 4/5: I enjoyed this in the end. But not because of story or characters, but because of author's style. I would enjoy to read a story from this author if he would go with something simple and not complicated. Also I wouldn't recommend this story to anyone, as you will gain some expectations in early story only to have them betrayed in a bad way. Ending felt like I wasted my time and I didn't shrugged off this feeling until I decided to write review and realised that author's style was indeed enjoyable.

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Good story, good style, poor directing

It has a very interesting and strong start, interesting characters and world.

The power balancing is strange and I don't really understand the MC, Kai.

The short strories (storicepcion) is awesome, they are good enough to be published as a short story collection.

Donwside is that I don't really care about the world anymore, it's becomes unintertesting and the background fades away. The only thing that remains is the characters who do random things then go through complicated character develepment.

I like this story but the more I talk about it the more I think it's less and less good... What?

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Good Story but too many POV

I really like the story but like the others who doesn't like too many POV, I am one of them. So I just skip the other POV and just read Kai's chapters.

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May be off putting at first, but it's actually pretty good!

**This is for the review swapping**


Style 3.5  : I LOVE your writing. The descriptions, the diction, the syntax, everything was really well done, however the reason why I rated 3.5 was because of the constant POV changes. It was kind of off putting at first, however got gradually better and I found it quite interesting,, but when we have first person POV and then it switches to a side character’s POV. I found it to be quite distracting from the story, as we lose connection to the person that was talking in first person to see how a side character will react, although I did like the background stories of the side characters that you added.

Story 5: The story is told through multiple characters’ POV and they are done well. Some people may find it hard distinguishing between the characters but I found it quite easy as I thought that they each had their own distinct voices. The author also does a good job keeping the reader interested, and the more the plot progresses, the more I wanted to read. The pacing is a bit slow in my opinion because of the multiple POVs but it gives the reader time to connect with each character and learn more about each character.

Grammar 4.5: Some sentences were oddly structured, or some commas were placed in weird places but overall I did not find much fault with grammar.

Character 5: My favorite part of the story were the characters themselves. I liked how each person had their own backgrounds, their own morals, and their own thinking.

Zero: The first character we are introduced to. To be honest I didn’t really like him in the beginning due to him becoming OP super fast, but the more I read, the more I came to like him. He is very well done fleshed out character as he realizes that what comes with his OPness is the problems with his morals. He struggles to figure out what he should do with his power. What I like most about this character is his internal conflicts, as it makes me relates to him and makes me think what would I do with a power like his. To be honest I would just create food to eat, but yeah.

Ignis: This one is a very interesting character as she **SPOILER ALERT (in case you didn’t see it the first time)** is not from Earth like the rest of the character, but is a goddess on Erath.  She also has her own internal struggles despite being a goddess because of the after the “Haze” she become more “human” I would say. It’s nice seeing how she develops all these feelings for the human character that she meets. She kind of like a “mother figure” you could say.

Candela: He is definitely my most favorite out of the all of them because of his sarcastic, “I don’t care what you think”, and intelligent. I like his way of thinking because he can be ruthless, but also caring. Also, out of all the character I think he has the strongest voice as his voice is very distinct and different. I also like him the most because I feel like out of all the character he is the one who actually has a “goal”.

Grayscale: My least favorite character out of the four because… I just don’t really like her. She comes off as kind of annoying, and rude at times, but I could she is the second most fleshed out character of the four (first being Kai) due to her background and the decisions she makes. I also think her sense of insecurity actually helps flesh her out as a character. I like how she tough and how she says what’s on her mind. I also like how she doesn’t take shit from other people and her quarrels with Candela are pretty funny.

Anyways, all in all, it’s a pretty good story, with not much to criticise, that I would recommend to people who are looking for something to enjoy. It has good writing, good character development, and good grammar. The style at first may be “eeh” at first but just keep reading because it does get really good, and you will see the style is there for a reason. Good job and thanks to the author for creating such a good story. :)

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I like the general idea that you went with about what it means to be OP, even so i think the mc is kinda stupid for not realising immediately the potential of his power.


But the most annoying thing is chapter 0, why do you spoiler the story?! I just can recomment everybody who hates spoilers to not read chapter 0. I cant be the only one who hates this kind of stroy telling methode of  jumping ~50 chapters ahead of time and than ending it whith a cliffhanger why do you do that?

Ia Shub-Niggurath
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Surprise for those who thought " another cliche story"

Kairo Mezai ( MC) - former game-developer, travels into the world of one of his games - Erath(Magic and levels included).And there you think : "Another cliche story" but no, Kairo has one thing that no one of popular MCs have - power of a God.No , no, you didnt mishear, he can just think a script in his mind and its done! Then you think: " That wont be interesting , he is the strongest , what is the point in reading then?" . The point is, my friends , in his interactions with the " strongest",side characters development(they are not just background layouts) and the flow of the story( I seriously dont know what will be next, I cannot even unravel characters in the prologue). If you want a analogy to this story - Onepunchman.
Overall - 5/5 , just dont stop writing.


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The story itself, was good. Just not memorable. Every single time he tries to relax and gain some enlightenment on how stupid some of his actions are, he’s always interrupted by sudden arc/person/danger. Meaning he will always gain enlightenment amid battles and /despairing life threatening moments. 

This is an overly used trope that blinds us to the fact that they exist literally due to plot armor yet try to add some depressing moments for realism instead of drama. The thing I disliked the most were the unlikable characters that were privileged and entitled from the start.

Even from synopsis , you would think that someone with power to transport himself to a game world would try to use that power to end (world hunger/human trafficking/global warming), or even do it in the new world. Somehow it barely crosses his mind. Only crosses his mind when reminded.

Sure they have some interesting backstories, but they are pretty normal compared to the rest of the population, and that somehow grants them the right to be dicks and ear grating to others. Somehow this like a Japanese beta MC with obnoxious side characters who think their words are always smart and true.

I still would have enjoyed the novel regardless of this, but the unnecessary monologues during an serious moment come off a bit forced. Why does it every time they have an issue, they start to debate how the world is messed up and the gods are playing tricks on them( or something of that level). Maybe it’s because I like decisive characters, who live purely on interest rather than try to find meaning in every action.

i would rate this novel 4/5 , mostly because all my ranting takes up character development, and it was a small part of it

The rest though, was great.

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3/10 If you have nothing to do



Good idea, thats all this story has got. Its got a bunch of things that are annoying like not finding out whose POV it is until the end of the chapter, or staying on two people for like 10 chapter. The author sometimes tries to hint at things, but its excecuted pretty terribly. I think I just got so confused that once something big happened, like chapter 50-59, I was totally lost. Big things changed and it seemed like stuff came out of the blue, although the author claimed that he hinted at the events, the hints were lost to me. Again though, the idea was actually pretty good, but I think it was ruined by the multiple POVs. All in all, I’d read the 1st 50 chapters if I had nothing to do.