Yukiyo Shinohara lived in the age where VRMMORPG was everywhere right after chatting with her best friend, she went to catch a snack in the kitchen but saw a thief who then stabbed her and turned on her VR device. After waking up seeing her body was not as it was supposed to be she thought of her status and there it was, her race was a slime!!How was she to do stuff now she was the weakest
oof this is very good and also the MC is a trillion times better than rimuru (if you disagree fight me)
This novel is super good, while somethings might look rushed it's still really fun to read, keep up the good work
Honestly I wanted to give this story 3 stars as in the beginning there were in my opinion many plotholes, unexplained powerups and abilities If you ignore that and focus on the characters instead and their actions the story becomes pretty great even if the concepts are nothing new.
In recent chapters the author's writing style became incredibly great and everything felt epic to me. There is lots of tension and many important impactful scenes.
I like it a lot. Therefore 5 stars. (Tbh I think the system might actually be kinda obsolete and it could have also been just a story based on natural evolution and powerups)
The only other thing that I could criticise are some grammatical errors, but honestly most of them are just missing spacebars. The other issue is that quite often the reader can't make out who is speaking because it isnt mentioned. Later on this does become less of a problem, but early on asked, spoke, "" character did something, reassured, excitedly told.. Etc. Etc. Could have been very useful.
It's honestly not bad. The MC is gradually OP AF but the interactions with other people are continuously pretty natural all throughout. It's a charming story in part because of the momentary cuteness of the characters. It can be felt a bit rushed at times but that doesn't destroy the experience:
When the MC is angry about her daughter being shot at by nobles of the Empire, she gets angry AF and kills them and their families in the empire but not the branching ones. We could get detailed description of their lives before and who all of those people are and their reaction to all the killer flies created by MC killing them, but we don't. They are nothing important to the story, or at least for now. It's an exemple of those of moments when you feel it's rushed because we don't get too much into the world building. But it doesn't really affect the experience of reader because you always want to know what happens next..
So yeh, pretty good story, the world building is good, could be better but perfectly fine as it is.
It's charming, but not anything special. It's a well written story about an OP MC, her friends, and then the destruction of the enemies of her, friends, children, students, basically any she consider family.
Like I said not anything special but that is fine, MC is great. Character interactions are well done, and actions is good. Currently it's not too long so plenty of time to get it a try.