After a great deal of preparation, Danika begins her new digital dragon's life in a very small way.
They say the "Living Jade Empire" creates individualized quests. They say it can read your mind. They say you can find your heart's desire. They say that there's never been a game like it, and they're right but… they're also wrong.
The game is a data mine, built to retell the old tales that humans have been telling each other since language was invented. It doesn't read your mind, but it reads your search history, your favorites, and your blogs. The "Living Jade Empire" is literally crafted from fables, legends, fantasies, and maybe just a bit of stardust.
But in the end, will the game be able to figure out what Danika wants most? Will the desires of other players take priority? Or, will playing it change her, until she desires what it can give her?
A journey is always made up of many small steps, and this game has still only just begun.
This is VRMMO story with a fresh twist to the usual trope. The small size of the MC makes things so much different, it really shows what a tiny character in a VRMMO can do, and how they interact wi...
This is VRMMO story with a fresh twist to the usual trope. The small size of the MC makes things so much different, it really shows what a tiny character in a VRMMO can do, and how they interact with being far smaller than everyone else. The focus of this story is on the MC just having her adventures in the game. The way of how the VR game is built, is just unique, its a living world of legends, yet it also behaves like a actual game more than even most of the VRMMO stories i have read on this site. Good writing, its easy to read, noticed only some small mistakes which usually get noticed and fixed. Im interested in just how the story will develop, there are just so many possiblities there. Try to read the small details, they hint at stuff that will happen later on in the story. (By the way, there are some sidestories posted on the patreon of the author and on webnovel, they are as enjoyable to read as the rest of the novel.) My advice is, go read it, its a relaxing read and pretty unique.