God Vessel Online
Erika is a tall, elegant honor student and a closet gamer who is secretly obsessed with cute little critters. Mina is a short, brash girl who flaunts herself as a gamer and pays no heed to others.
Normally, the two would have nothing to do with each other. But, when a virtual “Grim Reaper’s curse” afflicts Mina in the real world - everything goes to hell.
The two girls form an unlikely pair as they dive into the harsh virtual reality of God Vessel Online. There, the insane characters and notorious flowers are just the beginning of their fun virtual experience that will gradually bleed into their real lives.
Cover art by Fluffy Flower
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The two main girls make a cute odd couple and are reasonably fleshed out for the limited interactions together up to this point (26 chapters). Seems to be hints at future plot developments with ingame events and Vireco, but at this early point Erika's interactions, both in school and in VR, take center stage.
So far, its a cute and fluffy read, just the kind of thing I like.
As of chapter 65
Apparently dropped, so as always fairly incomplete.
Better-than-average. Yes, fairly web-novel-esque with brisk pacing (in terms of storytelling, not so much in terms of progress of the story) and few descriptions, but it's pretty solid nonetheless.
One character swears constantly, which I thought was a bit much. But within tolerances.
Some errors (weirdly mixed-up words), but nothing too bad. Pretty good job.
This I had the most trouble with: basically, tsundere-loli gets some kind of VR sickness, so class-president-who-likes-cute-things decides to help her out, mainly by forcing her not to play for a while. Instead, she plays the VRMMO, while the other one "spectates".
But instead of working towards the goal of "healing" the other one's ingame character she mostly just played around (with cute things).
It's fine and all, but it felt fairly unclear where this was supposed to go beyond "heal that ingame character" (and perhaps "come out as a gamer", a subplot I found ... odd). Would it have been done then? Who knows. Maybe.
It's basically the two heroines plus a bunch of (more or less) abusive NPCs. All of them are fairly fun, so I don't have any huge complaints here.
It's pretty good if you don't mind the slow-pace, but after a while I started to want a bit more of a plot. Then it apparently got dropped. Well. I can sort of understand the decision and I appreciate that the author actually put a notice there instead of just disappearing, but it's still a bit of a shame it ended ... nowhere.
The first chapter nearly put me off, I'm not overly sensible or something like that, but all that "senseless" swearing was really tiring and annoying. But the Erika character is really nice, I like her easygoing, 'mommy' approach, taking everything in strides and not getting fazed by a little bikkering.
Thou I must say the actual progress of the story in the first 30 chapters is minimal. I would not really recommend reading it yet, because I at least like to read stories in one go, especially new ones because it is otherwise hard to really get into it, or if you do it ends way to quickly again, especially with such short chapters.
nice pace. great character personality. the only downside is the funny abusive language though. if you can endure the language then this web novel is perfect for you.
Personally I'm doing something I hate, which is engaging myself to stories which I don't have much to go off of... but whatever!
I'm not too big a fan of Mina much as her character seems realistic, however so far I'm enjoying Erika and am curious to see how this develops
rating's 3.5 because its a story and I like stories, giving it a higher or lower rating would be a crime for me as there simply isn't enough to go off of... like eating bread before its cooked, doesn't work.