Don't keep tabs on Twitter drama, but I'd say this is common practice, I dunno the extent of Genshin's community, but I know that is pretty big right now and that's a recipe for disaster, when you have such large community you'll have to thread lightly because as ludicrous as it sounds the homophobia out there is pretty big and the bigger the community the easier it is to spot people like that, some people just can't stand any type of gay pairings and that's the reason why she's being attacked, I'd imagine. It is sad, but it's the cold, hard truth, guess the only thing we can do is support the artist (encouraging her) or reporting any homophobia on sight, that's an actual feature at our disposal.
This is going to be a great read, I feel positive about it, but I'll rather stop here because encapsulates drama to the brim, this chapter alone was too much for me, and I'm at stage in my life I would rather stick with sweetness since I've already have my fill on my own.
Alright, this has reached a point that is not laughable or funny, got into the territory of blunt weirdness, and extremely poor executed. The characters are completely awful, dumb to a point. And I mean, we are still ignoring the fact that MC does not even belong to this timeline, and whatever she pulls here might have an consequence on her own timeline, are we? Okay, bring on the ecchi then ... if that's the best author could do ...
FYI The manga was indeed axed but not because of bad sellings but because of Flowerchild's health.
That's really unfortunate, it goes to show how difficult it is to be a manga creator in Japan, one has to write, come up with storyboards, and put in the work even if you're not okay because you have a deadline to meet, yes there are assistants, but they can only do so much, it is mostly on you.
This is the ending everyone waited in My Unrequited Love but tMnR not only failed to deliver but raised so many questions it had to go out of its way to put it out an epilogue chapter to dot the i's and cross the t's. Really like how broken the characters are and how they come out of their shell little by little, Aya rocks. Haruki and the Closeted Brat (they totally deserve each other) not so much but if you ask me, they fit this world just perfectly, pretty solid development overall. Flowerchild is on my list of MUST-READ for good.
^^^^^Well, if you ask me, Magilou and Velvet is some SERIOUS yuri gymnastics, there's nothing there, Magilou is just ambiguously flirtatious by default, but you might be on something if were talking about Velvet and Eleanor, still though you'll have to put up a lot I mean A LOT of crap this game throw at you my god, I do not have the fondest memories of this game to the point I don’t to want play ever again, but if you’re feeling the jitters, by all means, try it yourself, my experience is own, you might love it.
While I appreciate all the innovations this story has (in the yuri realm, that is), it's hard to get too invested because of excessive ecchi and lack of depth of the characters, laughable to a comical point, then again at least it's not another yuri school theme, just extreme poorly excuted.
Ahh I like the dynamic between Maria and Dorothy so much, feels sweet yet sour at times, feel like this story is flying under the radar for a lot of people, very much underappreciated, may not like the hyper-convoluted fight scenes or how Helen and Miranda were treated/disposed, but overall I'm enjoying all the aspects of this story. Unfortunatelly it feels like is heading to a rushed conclusion.
I decided to buy volume 3 just to read ahead. There's only 3 volumes in total, so it ends at chapter 19.
For anyone wondering about the ending, there's no yuri in it and the story ends after a time skip. They separate after graduation and Aya accidentally breaks her phone by dropping it in the water. She didn't back anything up, so she lost Tsukiko's contact information, but they reunite at the end. Just a nice story between two people with a vague distance between them.
Well, don't let the admins of this site know then, for whatever reason this is tagged as yuri when it shouldn't it, and thank god I've decided to click on your spoiler, this absurdly-slow paced story, does not deserve my time, thank you very much
So to avoid things like this happening in the future, how about an moderator approval before a topic being accepted? I don't know how often this had happened in the past, if ever, but I guess this is good precautionary action.
This helped shed some light on what's going on, apparently the series is not heading to its conclusion, which is GOOD, last chapter was just an hyper-convoluted show-off of Noel's, her turnaround, and power scaling, can't help but to feel bad for Helen and Miranda, forever unbeknownst to us, the power duo that was never meant to be #JUSTICEFORHELENANDMIRANDA