Series Ranking
Series Finder
Random Series
Latest Series
Scribble HubCreateForum
/ Series / Jester
183.8k Views 7299 Favorites 214 Chapters 0 Chapters/Week 721 Readers
4.6 (62 ratings)
Read Add to Library

Worm/Tokyo Ghoul Crossover.
Lusia Able was a normal(slightly insane) girl living a normal life, until she went through the worst day of her life and became something more, something dangerous.
Now she sets out to live her life and have fun doing it, no matter how many people have to die along the way.
Shitty summary but what can you do? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I have a discord if you're interested,

There is also a Patreon if you want advance chapters or to just support me, I'd appreciate it greatly, but you don't have to, nothing will be exclusive to those who donate, just advanced by a few chapters. The links are below.

Tokyo Ghoul worm
Aggressive Characters Apathetic Protagonist Beautiful Female Lead Calm Protagonist Cannibalism Carefree Protagonist Crime Dark Death Dishonest Protagonist Female Protagonist Gangs Gore Half-human Protagonist Murders Playful Protagonist Ruthless Protagonist Secret Identity Tentacles Twisted Personality Weak to Strong
Table of Contents 214
    Reviews 7
    Table of Contents
    Write a Review
    • 5 stars 60% (3)
    • 4 stars 0% (0)
    • 3 stars 20% (1)
    • 2 stars 20% (1)
    • 1 stars 0% (0)
    Reset Filters
    Write a Review
    You must be logged in to rate and post a review. Register an account to get started.
      Status: c10

      I really like the story so far. The main character's ghoul powers match her slightly crazy personality, which I think is well done. The grammar is good, and the flow of the chapters is smooth. I appreciate the povs because they allow readers to experience the perspective of her victims, and help  understand that even though her  personality seems alittle goofy in first person, others perceive her as very dangerous.

      I can't say much about the world, as it appears to be a fairly generic superpower world at this point. However, since this is only the beginning of the story (hopefully), the author's skill in storytelling makes it interesting regardless. The story has not felt boring at any point so far, and the chapter length is appropriate.

      Overall, I've enjoyed the story up until now, and I'm looking forward to reading more in the future. Who doesn't like the friendly neighborhood clown cannibal?

      Read More

      7 Likes · Like
      Status: 131 interlude: joker

      I like this story a lot the writer has this chaotic energy about them that connects well with the main character pair that with their great writing and their interactions with their readers I’d say this is one the best stories I’ve read

      Read More

      4 Likes · Like
      Status: 122 polite conversation 2 electric boogaloo
      This is one of the best fanfics I've read, and thus one of the best stories on this site. You do not need to read The Worm to know everything that's going on. This is NOT an isekai/transmigration/rewind/gods chosen one/invincible/Mary Sue story.
      Fanfic: This series stays away from most of The Worm's primary cast which is a boon. We don't have to reread the original story via mary sue self-insert story plot. This is a seperate trashfire within the worlds setting. There are a decent number of OC's that steadily flow through without altering the world setting. 
      Humor & smut: This is a pretty fun story. I found myself reading with a smile on my face for decently long parts of the story. The humor is a decent blend of different types so one of the jokes will eventually land for most readers. The smut is extremely rare but good. It's mostly dirty humor stuff that pops up occasionally for certain characters. 
      Love & Relationships:She eats people and you are what you eat. There's virtually no romance besides the two/three chapters that have smut. Though the friendships are nicely done and well paced. The story has even made a decent way of including past characters into the story well after their plots have drifted away from the main character. The main character is a master at talk-no-jutsu and has turned multiple people towards the darkside without them becoming dumb puppies sitting in the background.
      Powerlevels & action:The story still includes the power ranking system and acknowledges that it's bullsh*t anyways. People are vulnerable and can be out manuvered, it just takes one slip-up. Fight sequence haven't disappointed but sometimes their avoided all together for the sake of moving the plot forward. And finally...
      The MC:Tokyo Ghoul just has one of the best power systems I've ever seen. Getting to read the power set used by madwoman in this world setting has been great. Watching her progress from a confused sociopath into a full psycopath was great. She is irredeemable, she is not a waifu, she can only ruin your lifefu... Maybe I'll finally take the time to start reading The Worm (probably not).

      Read More

      4 Likes · Like
      Status: 210 epilogue 10: the end

      the structure reminds me a lot of a stereotypical korean novel. Where the initial idea and build-up is generally interesting then it slowly comes to stagnation and stale in the middle before it gets a rushed/unfinished ending. It was such a shame really because there are still a lot of plots either abandoned or coming to a hasty conclusion. Anyway here is what I think of the novel till the very end.

      1. The world building

      Well, given it is fan fiction then it come as no surprise that it will be a whole lot easier to understand what's happening if people know the original story beforehand especially given this novel take a lot of the world-building directly from the original (mostly the worm, not so much of the tokyo ghoul). Because of that, for worm fans, it would be a familiar and enjoyable read because it is like returning to the old village during a vacation. There are some references for tokyo ghoul fans that are not so subtle, but tokyo ghoul part is taking a back seat in terms of world-building and frankly, that is fine by me because tokyo ghoul's world-building is not necessarily interesting in my opinion.

      2. The story

      As I already briefly mentioned, the story's initial development was pretty fun to read (except with quite a blatant copy-paste of the tokyo ghoul part) which unfortunately doesn't last until the start of the so-called "arc two" where things come to stagnation which mean it is all a rinse and repeat endless violence and gore for the sake of chaos. This mindless violence and gore finally come to a stretching halt by a hastily put ending which leaves a lot of plots hanging, abandoned, or unfinished and cause quite an unsatisfactory conclusion to the tale of a very entertaining main character.

      3. The characters

      The original characters that were introduced early in the story are generally quite well-written and have their traits and personalities while the characters from the original novels blend quite well with the new characters. Because of that in terms of the characters' interaction, I consider it to be very smooth and enjoyable. Unfortunately, as I already mentioned above about how the story degrades over time, the same can be applied to the later characters being introduced either due to being one-dimensional or lacking enough time to develop meaningful interaction. There is an exception to this situation which is the main character who remain pretty consistent and entertaining throughout the story even though she was dealt with a pretty bad pair of cards by the end of the story.

      4. Language

      There are a lot of typos, spelling errors, and other typical mistakes in hastily written stories which can admittedly be pretty jarring for people who are looking for a proper read instead of an average amateurish written story. This issue doesn't bother me on a personal level because my understanding of english language is merely passable enough to read and hold daily conversations thus I don't have enough knowledge to be nitpicky about it and merely mention it for readers of this review.

      Overall, it was an enjoyable read and one of the rare few stories on this site that have an actual ending despite being unfinished, and because of that, I enjoy my time reading this nonetheless. I'm looking forward to what the author can do with the sequel (unfortunately on hiatus by the time this review was written).

      Read More

      2 Likes · Like
      Status: 178 first steps overseas

      It ultimately gets really samey. I enjoyed as far as I read, but it's felt really.... Static. Which is really funny, because at one point the protagonist accuses Jack Slash of being mildly amusing at first, but ultimately boring, because it's just violence violence violence all the time. This fic has that problem, just in general. Also, the slaughterhouse 9 arc is way too long.

      Read More

      2 Likes · Like
      Status: c210

      The story story started off well then fell into the typical copy paste kankei/Jason chapter. The story felt really stagnant after that. The S9 arc was somewhat interesting but it went on for far too long. Over all it just got boring for me. 

      Read More

      1 Likes · Like
      Status: 210 epilogue 10: the end

      So, let me start, if you don't like gore, manipulation and killing innocents, then you probably won't like this story, you are free to go read something boring or whatever you are usually reading[kidding, every one has its own preferences].

      Be ready for black humour~

      But for real, you won't like this if you hate these things, oh and cannibalism, I forgot to mention it :P 

      But coming back to my review... I started reading this story when it had like 60+ chapters (I think, I don't remember precisely it could be earlier or a little later)  

      and from the first chapter I was bough,

      through the story Lusia (mc) grows from sh*tless chick to boogeyman (boogeywomen?) that is feared by most of the people

      Other characters are also well written, with time they grew on me, so when


      Jinx died I was sadder than when the familly gang lord was killed by Lusia


      The "family" relationship between


      Lusia and her "children"

      was funny, and it was sweet.

      Ok, so the worst part was the reference to Tokyo Ghoul (not the power, it is good, I mean


      the torture part

      ), why? Because it was way too similar, but I must admit IT WAS very important event for Lusia development as a character.

      The thing that I am the most disappointed is


      that there was a little fluffy moments with Clara, I mean smut with her was good and all, but for me there was a little too little.


      Summarizing in numbers: Mc:10/10; Other characters:9/10; Plot:9/10; Gramma:8/10 (there are mistakes, but not severe enough to be a problem for reading).

      How much I was enjoying this story:100/10!

      Read More

      1 Likes · Like
      Follow Tip
      User Stats
      • 532 reading
      • 105 plan to read
      • 39 completed
      • 9 paused
      • 36 dropped
      Similar Series
      HP: Magic of the End
      By Simple_Russian_Boi
      Danil met an early end. Death at fourteen from heatstroke is not the best thing that could happen to him, but someone intervened. Someone powerfull, someone dark. The Wanderer found a huge potential for magic in his soul, and like an interested ch
      Lucifer Quirk
      By prognastat
      Reincarnated in the world of My Hero Academia with the quirk “Lucifer”. ———————————————————————— A heads up since despite the concept people are still asking a lot. The main character has a quirk turning him into t
      Infernal comedy: A Rias Gremory self-insert (Highschool dxd/Sandman Au)
      By Allen1996
      Someone reincarnates into Rias Gremory in the rating game against Riser. Everything changes for the best and the worst. The first smut scene is in the thirteenth chapter.
      Tear it Down
      By IKilledBored_MC
      In a world of Heroes and Villains, the Great Game enters a period of relative stability after the disappearance of The Strongest Villain. Now, in a city known as Brockton Bay, a new Game begins. The question is, who will win? Hero? Villain?
      MHA: Entoma
      By Apandora
      Just a fanfic about Entoma. Nothing more nothing less. Disclaimer: I don’t own this Anime or any characters in it.
      Action Required
      You must be logged in to perform this action.