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Just as the title says, I'm quite interested to know if there is a Visual Novel where the MC is the Love Rival or Antagonist of the 'Supposed' MC of the game?
I just read a light novel where a girl transmigrated (or was transported) to a game, and much to her surprise, she was placed in a body of the original Antagonist of said Otome Game. Now, she's doing everything she can to avoid the 'Destruction' End.
I'm very interested in these kinds of plot because majority of the Otome games, or let's just say, Visual games, usually have a Mary Sue MC that has wonderful stuff happening, and boys are falling over her left and right. Don't get me wrong, I also like those games, but yeah, it's really fun to read or play a game where it's ALL BACKWARDS. Like, the MC is the Love Rival of the Template MC.
Again, if this is not the right category for this kind of thread, then I'll take this down then post this in the right place.
I've planned to make a BL version, where a guy is transported into the love rival/antagonist's brother's body. He got to interact with the rest of the cast, and.. well, yeah, you got the gist. Dunno when I'll be starting to make it though.
The complicated part is how you have to make 2 completely different stories. As if writing one isn't hard enough, you have to make the completely different variation of the original. Especially if the people MC's interacting with is different cast than the original. XD
I'm happy to be able to discuss this with someone else, nice to see you! Welcome to the forum!
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