Chi-Do Lee gets sucked into a weird whirlpool in a river, and somehow ends up on an island in another world. The island is inhabited by elves who wear leaf clothes, have the intelligence of a newborn and breed like rabbits...and they have bodies weak as butter.
Have you ever fantasized about what life would be like if you went back in time - what kinds of things could you teach the primitive people, and how well off could you become with your advanced knowledge? This is an exploration of that fantasy, but set on a utopian island filled with Big Tiddy Elves. The story is quite dark and grim - a brutally honest look at the greed of a man who arrives in paradise, and somehow wants more. It has a clearly driven plot with meanigful progression and development. My only complaint really is that the very end seems rushed a bit. The art is gorgeous. Full color, and high detail in both character design as well as the environment. The characters are the weakest part of this work, but by no means are they Bad. The Main Character has a clear motive and backstory that drive his actions. The natives don't have much characterization, though. That's more or less part of the story, but even the natives that he interacts with and develops a deeper relationship with don't really gain any more of a personality, at least not that would differentiate them from the other natives. There were a handful of times that it felt like you could interchange any random native with the character on-panel and it wouldn't change anything. Overall, this is pretty high-grade for what's essentially a murder-porn comic. There is definitely room for improvement, but you'll find a lot more here than you would in most edgy/tiddy Comics/Manga.
Now this is some smut, but it's some real high quality smut. I'll try my best to explain it without spoiling anything, because I do believe this is something you should give a quick read (when you're sure you're alone, of course). It's only 40 chapters, so you can finish it in an hour or so. A dude ends up on a utopian island full of elves that have all their needs provided to them, and there's no violence of any sort. All they do is eat and fuck. The dude, being a human, does what humans do and fucks shit up. The story is very meaningful, the character developement is spectacular, the art is great too. I highly recommend you read it. Only warning I have, is that if you're planning to fap, make sure you finish up in the first 20 chapters or so.
Chi-Do has always been kinda obsessed with hierarchies and lording power over others. In high school, he was able to be the "apex predator," but after high school he fell much lower in the social ladder. Then he fell into a whirlpool and was transported to a world of innocence, where people lived peacefully without any worries. Obviously, after getting used to the place, one of the first things he did was try to rule over these pure-minded elves. He introduces the ideas of restrictions and limited resources, which creates tension and disputes, which then provides him with the opportunity of creating a hierarchy and allowing himself greater control. During all of this, sex is the primary social interaction used to show how things develop. Of course, we have to suspend our disbelief somewhat to accept this progression of events. Mainly, why do the two elves fight over the ball when people have never fought over women? Is it because there's only one ball and they had the mindset that all women are equally doable? Did they not find certain women more attractive than others? Were there not some elves with personalities which others didn't enjoy being around as much, which would then lead to them having fewer sexual partners? And why couldn't they have learned how to make a ball on their own? We already know they were able to make rudimentary clothes. Making a simplistic ball shouldn't have been that much harder. And honestly, the idea that they were willing to give up their rights and freedoms for meat--for meat--seems ridiculous, especially since the fruit is said to give a sense of euphoria when eaten. But whatever, the story needed to provide some way for him to create supply and demand without just using violence.
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