1/2 Prince gives out an interesting plot about a girl named Feng Lan (16yr old) who plays Second Life (A Virtual Reality Game). She plays as a male elf (and keeps it a secret from everyone that she's a girl in reality), capturing female's hearts unwillingly *cough* ...Anyway, she creates a team called Odd Squad (Yes, that is also the name of the translator group who translated all of 1/2 Prince..Godspeed to them.) that consists of Lolidragon, a female hidden game moderator; Ugly Wolf, a beast race Priest character; Doll, a necromancer; Guilastes, a bard; and Yu Lian, a female mage. She then dominates the game with some...help other than her team. Then in-game, a guy falls in love with her, but he does not know that she is a girl in reality. Her help gets controlled and could no longer help. The story then reaches a climax where she has to make a decision: Save the creator, or kill him with her team. Later, Her feelings are then challenged as she is faced to choose: "Which one should I love?"
WARNING: 1/2 Prince Contains: Morbid and Bloody Scenes
Okay, I dropped easterhints but I tried not to spoil anything majorly. My summary could be a bit questionable but I'm going to leave it as it is. The characters developed exceptionally (and fanservice to those who like uhm hum). On another note, you shouldn't question the logic later (Chapter 70ish+) in 1/2 Prince... I have no real response to it as it is cray-cray-hilariously-bizarre. Example: Technology gets to the point where males can give birth... (but the story did go derpy from there-on and the atmosphere totally tilted.) The newer ark is from another perspective and isn't through the main characters. I love this manhua and so should you. (Or...atleast try.)
Well, the plot is practically absent (or episodic) until about last ten chapters (60-70, 70-80 chapters are just made-up after stories with questionable reverse gender stereotypes).
Her feelings are then challenged as she is faced to choose: "Which one should I love?" - Not really. Yes, at some point she isn't certain who to choose (or rather, who to dump) for a (short) while, but it doesn't seem to bother her that much, or have any meaningful impact, and is quickly(?) resolved (rather cheaply, there wasn't really any choosing at all).