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Let’s Not [Obliterate]
Let’s Not [Obliterate]
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Slaying the Ancient Evil? Theora would rather sleep.

The System is displeased with its strongest Heroine, because Theora keeps putting off completing her Main Quest. And when she finally arrives to meet the Ancient Evil, it introduces herself as a Dema — a cute demoness, who doesn’t wanna be killed. So, they do side quests instead.

But their clock is ticking. The System won't tolerate being denied forever.


What to expect:
— procrastinating on the Inevitable™
— very OP main characters
— Dema shenanigans, Theora sleepy
— sparks of hope when everything seems bleak
— girl’s love & general queerness
— some cute shit, maybe

Will update daily until my backlog runs out~
Check out my smoll discord server for more info and stuff:

See you!~ 💕

AdventureDramaFantasyGirls LoveLitRPGRomanceSlice of Life
Adventurers Appearance Different from Actual Age Bickering Couple Blood Manipulation Calm Protagonist Caring Protagonist Demons Depression Doting Love Interests Fantasy World Female Protagonist Gore Heartwarming Heroes Immortals Overpowered Protagonist Sleeping Time Skip
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    New Tajarim
    Status: chapter : yes

    MC is immortal and - most likely - unbeatable. This might lead to a boring story. In this case, it doesn't. This story is about a relationship between immortals and all the things that entails. At times there's a certain vagueness to events, which fits very well to the world weary outlook of the MC. Her companion /love interest might be evil, but it doesn't really matter, she is just that strong to not really have to fear anything. But she's a broken person in all things, so she has to struggle in that way. It's an interesting story and deserves more attention! 

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    Status: chapter 49: the most ingenious scheme

    Series is written in an extremely coherent, well-thought out and at times genuinely funny manner!

    The promise of the Girls Love tag certainly does not disappoint, and the chemistry between both characters in helping to rediscover that sense of wonder in the world is addicting enough on it's own to keep you craving that next chapter.

    However, add to this the author's excellent descriptive skills, the subtle plot implications and the already interesting host of secondary characters, and this story stands to be a wonderful read either now or once fully complete.

    Certainly can't recommend the series enough to any looking for a light-hearted romance that still isn't afraid to touch on some harsher topics, and explore the finer details of a rabbit's lonely girl's mentality!

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    Status: chapter 77: bundled-up

    Personally, I think this story is just the right amount of depressing. Most of the things I've read that try to do something vaguely similar just end up making me feel like sh*t. Highly recommended.

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    Status: chapter 19: something to do in...

    No errors in grammar or spelling that I’ve noticed, the characters are interesting and it’s premise is original. 5 stars. 

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    Status: chapter 14

    Great start! Very well written, no grammatical mistakes or anything of the sort. Great dialogue and chemistry between the 2 MCs, can’t wait to see where this goes!

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    Status: chapter 104: good night

    This is my favorite story to date that I've ever read on this site or others like it. Masterfully written! The story alternates well between being so incredibly cute and cozy to dealing with feelings of depression. LittleHelp touches on lots of philosophical and moral questions--albeit usually indirectly--, which I find to be incredibly interesting to read through and discuss with others on the discord (come and join us! We won't bite, promise. Well, maybe a nibble or two but that's it)

    The LitRPG aspect is worked into the story incredibly well, without all of the drawbacks that usually come of spamming blue boxes--the story takes place *after* all of the grinding is done and over with.

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    Status: chapter 100: rare sound

    While the main couple is cute together it's far overshadowed by flaws. The main character has no agency. She just does what she's told and that's it, even 100 chapters in. But above all, the most frustrating part of this book is no one ever asks the obvious questions.

    Dema is The Great Evil. What's that mean? ¯\_ (ツ) _/¯ never answer OR asked. 100 chapters we've been following this character and no one ever thinks to wonder "what makes her evil?" Because she certainly doesn't come off as evil. 

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    Status: chapter 142

    Loved the story writing is good, but reading a story beginning with Dema and Theora and after 200 000 words that not being the case is a punch to the gut. Though if you're fine with that, it's a great story. Spoilers ahead.

      (Polyamory without Theora's consent)

    IDK how to do spoilers so space between paragraphs will do.

    Would have been totally ok with it if there had been a Polyamory tag. Just thinking about the implications of someone else being introduced to the dynamic is heart-wrenching. Suprised it hasn't been addressed in the story or that no one cared in the comments but I guess theora's line of being able to love more then one person comes back in full circle (early fiction world arc) after dema gets jealous and asks that question. Idk to me another part is the fact that I think that Polyamory should start with the consent of all parties involved. 

    One more thing, I remember a scene where isobel comments that dema spent more time with theora than she did outside of the seal. I guess I find it sad if antankla spent more time with dema, or if dema had more first-time experiences without theora. I mean, she even left theora for a month when she got back. That never would have happened before she went to space, though it's nice that dema found a place to belong. 

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