The story is exciting and a wonderful near origin to the whole "in a game world" trope. The mc is funny, willful, and perfectly imperfect. The world of the game has fun twists and comes alive and for the most part there's little pacing issues.
Art is nostalgic and quiet pretty, although I get why it might be a lil harsh for folks who stick to webtoons and recent releases
Characters are distinct although they are archetypes, mc is cool as heck
But listen, I gotta say it. While I loved this comic and I've read it over a 3 or 4 times I kinda am still uncomfortable with how it made the gay character straight in the end? The "I love you so your gender isn't an issue" is a total valid feeling but in writing it as a solution for the gay character it also kinda erases the whole purpose of his sexuality to begin with? Don't get me wrong I like the coupling for the most part and I think this does a pretty okay job for the time it was written. I just think stuff like that is good to know for anyone thinking of reading who hasn't picked it up yet. (Which is why I didn't put this in discussion) nothing necessarily wrong with it and I did ship the two so I'm a bit conflicted. Like why not just make him bi/pan/demi? It makes it so much easier. Instead now I have Moonbrain
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