I mentioned it on Patreon and my Discord server, but TDH and TTT are paused for a bit so that I can focus on other projects because both of those effectively flopped while I'm in a position where I need to make more money to help with expenses due to my grandma having rapidly declining Alzheimer's. I'm not happy about it, but I have to be smart and try to put my effort into writing series that I love and that will make money instead of only the former.
Unironically asking for a friend because I'm more popular than them and can get more answers (uwu), when it comes to LitRPGs, do you readers prefer stories where the protagonist is the only one with a "system," or do you prefer when everybody in the setting has a system (whether it's the same one or all unique)?
Like other people here have been saying it depends on the universe the the mc is in. Right now I'm reading multiple different stories that are litRPG some have where only the MC has a system where others have where everyone have it, there there are a couple where every one has a system BUT the MC's is OP compared to everyone else (this make a more interesting read to me though).
It depends a lot on the story concept. If your setting is a VRMMO, it makes more sense for everyone to have a system. If it's an Isekai, it can go either way. Transmigration makes it easy for the MC to be the only one with a system. That said, I often prefer it if the MC has a leg up on others (OP MC stories).
hmm, imo everyone should have access to the system somewhat, if the MC is trasported / transmigrated / reincarnated he should have something special with his system. or maybe unlocks some sort of extra functions for acheiving certain things? like meeting / helping some kind of beings etc. maybe something not game breaking but useful to the MC who should be able to take a bit of an advantage of instead of a literal cheat.
Can you please add [R-18] or * / ** to chapter titles ? (* for ecchi / ** full ero) Some of authors do that in scribblehub and it's ultra useful for people that me that stopped reading a lot of novels.