Another Review from the Author. This time this is not as shameless as the first one since I will address complaints the readers pointed out. I know everyone wouldn't be pleased by this work of mine, however before going in, please read this first.
This novel is written in First Person Perspective and with only one perspective which is the MC's.
So everything you will be reading here were all taken from the MC's own eyes. His thoughts, what he experienced, everything. He's the source.
I also took it upon myself to write while keeping in mind not to self-project myself in the novel. His thinking will all stem from the 16-year old mind who because of a sudden increase in clarity or intelligence or anything you could call it, tends to overthink most of the time. And well, there's also his adaptability so he won't react as you expected on something where one should start asking questions or be surprised instead he will fall into his overthinking habit.
This is where the first complaint will be addressed.
'I am weak.' You will be seeing him thinking like this at the earlier parts of the story. He's an overthinker and whenever something happened that's out of his grasp, he will immediately lean on that thought.
Of course along the way he will outgrew that thought but yeah, some dropped this before that happened. He started from the bottom and I wanted to show what's going on inside his mind so his mindset at the earlier chapters will stay like that.
For the second and third complaints, the Harem and the Side-characters . This is clearly tagged as a harem novel so expect the harem members will be introduced.
'They were introduced but there's no substance in them. What are they thinking? Why did they do that? Why did they fall for him? etc.'
As this is a FPP novel, of course, you wouldn't be privy to what the other characters in the novel are thinking most of the time. That's unless they pointed it out or explained it themselves. Though they're introduced, the times they interact with the MC were all situational and most of the time their real thoughts were still not showing on the surface.
They're all moving and thinking by themselves in the background even without the MC looking at them, so the next time they will show up in his perspective, bits of pieces of what they're thinking and their personality will be exposed.
I used this kind of writing on my first novel as well, slowly unraveling the personalities of the characters introduced. But since some of the characters will be left behind on their worlds and it's still unsure when they will show up again, they will feel flat.
I understand that point but that's just how it is. Characters will not immediately open up to him but as their interaction with each other increased, you'll see the sides of them that's not shown during the first time they were introduced.
'Not detailed enough. The description is too bland.'
As this is something even I am not confident at. You will feel that his environment were not described properly. I suck at describing things and people but I'm trying to improve it through continuous writing and reading.
I think this is everything. For the typo and grammatical errors, I can only ask you readers to point it out for me to fix. I only use Grammarly and Docs to correct the mistakes and surely they're not perfect.
If I still missed a point that you feel like its a blunder of the novel, feel free to comment it below and I will answer them to the best of my understanding of my own work.
Thanks for reading. :)
OK then this review is done around the chapter 70s. There are plus points and there are minus points. The writing quality is good not the best but good enough, in fact better than some. The updating of chapters is good and consistent. The problem for me comes from character design. For me the direction in which this story is going needs pretty robust characters and character development. The character design here is not bad. But for the type author is going I believe characters should be more ... complex or well better fleshed out. Same with the world background. It's feeling slow development in some parts and too quick paced in others. I hope this review helps.
good world background and story development as well as the stability of updates but the one im kinda didn't like is the part of a romantic relationship because for they are just too young but overall its good. I hope more chapters to come
I only knocked 1 star off because of grammar errors! I havent caught up to the end yet so I don't know if that issue gets resolved.. However! I've been enjoying this story a ton! its a different vibe then what I normally experience this novel definitely is a breath of fresh air! your are doing great author! im looking forward to more!
I like your other book because the mc is strong and face things head-on and keep progressing in a good phase, also because It skipped a potential ton of irritating moments to read telling how pathetically weak our mc can be in the early stage.
I already read a humongous of amount of novel with mc being so weak that irritates me so I'm gonna do my self a favor and and avoid those for now.
the basic idea is really fun- What if a school is being proactive to send their student in another world?. Thats the gist of it after i read the first chapter. reading this bovel reminding me of the most used writing style in japanese web-novel: a first perspective from a mumbling protagonist. it's really bland, but you can enjoy the novel if the plot is interesting enough. After all, even the web-novel version of tate no yuusha managed to succeed as the one of the most popular web-novel, even if the description in it is feels rather bland. The question is: is the plot in this novel interesting enough to make the readers ignore its bland description?
Love the book! The concept is great and really got my attention since the intro, can't wait to read how everything plays out! Love the story telling and the romance, of course not everything is perfect but still a great quality read!
Hah! Its funny i love / tend to play almost every game as support role. They're maybe not the greatest in term of damage, but with either their buff or CC skills they can be the winning factor through the games.
And when i saw the title of the book, i'll just go fo it, & it's awesome!
Great work author! You've pictured the character Support Hero really well😁
I really recommend this book for anyone!
P.S. my suggestion for you author:
When Daisuke become too OP for supporting Heroes, the Dark side / Ego of his become more dominant... making him sometimes become too meddling when supporting Heroes. Resulting some Heroes become too spoiled / even low confident that ends up halt their own progress.
In the end, the Heroes need to be reminded again of their own potentials & learn to "support" themselves.
As for Daisuke... although his Clarity n Adaptability skills help him to become more rational, He still need to control /cope with his Ego so he can become the ultimate "support" again. Then both parties grow more mature n wiser. (i mean.. they're all still teenagers right?)
ah.. its just a suggestion though.. haha😜😝