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Frustrated after her exams, the main character is walking at a park and gets mad at an inanimate object (we've all been there) when suddenly, there's a voice and a bright light. She passes out and wakes up in a forest only to meet a badly wounded dragon- that she tries her best to patch up but all she has are band-aids and it really doesn't... work. Very well. Then (suddenly) the dragon is a man! What a shocker, could've guessed that from the cover image. I'm more concerned over how the bandaids stayed sort-of in place while going from like 7 to 2 while the wounds shrunk. Magic I guess. Whack. Then some other dragon-people appear, say that the dragon she saved needs to go through three trials to ascend or they'll kill him... but it's honestly so much more boring that it sounds. Like, it has potential, but the execution falls awfully short. The art is pretty lowgrade, low-effort, barely-above-MS-paint in most panels, the story isn't very interesting and feels both rushed and confusing, and I feel 0 attachment to any of the characters.