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Interconnected: Spliced Souls
Interconnected: Spliced Souls
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[This is the rewritten version of The Story of a Girl and a Goddess Whose Souls Became Interconnected].
Plagued by amnesia, a girl awakens on the outskirts of a mysterious forest. Haunted by a constant voice and searing pain, she finds solace in the name given to her by the unseen speaker: Servi.

Driven by an unyielding urge to live, she cautiously infiltrates a bustling city, clinging beneath the undercarriage of a passing wagon to evade detection. Within the labyrinthine streets, she encounters a kaleidoscope of beings, their animalistic features both captivating and perplexing.

In the grim slums of the city, Servi becomes witness to the heart-wrenching cruelty of a desperate world. Seeking refuge in an abandoned shack, her respite is shattered by the anguished cries of tormented siblings. Unwilling to stand by in silence, Servi confronts their oppressors with nothing but a humble pipe, an act of courage that leads to her demise.

However, death proves elusive as Servi is confronted by Itarr, a goddess imprisoned and shackled by forgotten memories. Bound by a shared purpose, their souls are spliced together in a bid to transcend their confinements and return to the realm of the living.

As Servi and Itarr embark on an extraordinary journey, their intertwined destinies intertwine with a singular goal: to reclaim the goddess's lost memories. In a world steeped in mystery and pain, their quest for identity and purpose will challenge them, unraveling the secrets that lie dormant within their enigmatic existence.

Content Warning: This story contains graphic depictions of gore, explicit sexual content, and strong language. Reader discretion is advised. Please be aware of the mature themes and provocative scenes present throughout the narrative because it can get quite dark.

What to Expect - Overall: Interconnected: Spliced Souls is about Servi, a girl without any memories, navigating through this new life of hers as a goddess with Itarr's power over the soul. Some chapters will have images, and some of those images are R-18. All images will be within a spoiler box. The beginning of such chapters will have an Author's Note explaining if the images are R-18 or not.

What to Expect - Romance: Servi is a futanari. She becomes one fairly early on in the story, and she will have multiple love interests-- polygamy-- as the story develops.

What to Expect - Tags: More tags will be added as the story develops so as to not spoil anything I have planned.

ActionAdultAdventureFantasyGirls LoveHaremPsychologicalSmutTragedy
Ability Steal Adventurers Amnesia Death Demi-Humans Female Protagonist Friendship Futanari Goddesses Godly Powers Guilds Immortals Magic Necromancer Overpowered Protagonist Past Trauma Polygamy R-18 Sharing A Body Soul Power Souls Weak to Strong
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    Status: chapter seven: joining warden (illustrations)

    Rewrite is very rushed feels souless empty husk skiping every character development it can skiping world building skiping emotions. We are unable to really immers ourselfs in the story. We can't even feel like we can care about stuff that's happening. (Sometimes we can to enjoy everything but mostly rush and skip)

    So my conclusion is that this is basically a draft that needs rewrite. Fondation is great but it needs to break down the buildings and build it back up stronger and better. 

    I know for a fact Author is fully capable to deliver quality product but might have problems at how slowly it progresses for them when they try. 

    So ya I would say this is rough diamond that needs some work done and it will be great story. 


    try out the first version but well I would say you should skip prologue and read the story from there then I want you to comeback and read this story (though that book has bad stuff to like arc 3 but over all it so much better as story cause it draws you in. Though it is really slow progressio so a lot of people would not bother but still at least try out first arc.


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