Otome Corner! ♡ “The Niflheim+” Skeletiano Ch. 8

Written By: Lauren

Guess who’s finally back with some otome game reviews?

I’m back again with my review of “The Niflheim+,” and I have a few things to say about Skeletiano’s Chapter 8. Although this wasn’t my favorite chapter, there were a few scenes that left an impression on me and taught us more about the characters.

Our lovely Princess and Skeletiano have found the Great Wizard who’s rumored to have the elixir that’s changing skeletons back into humans. The Great Wizard tells Skeletiano to bring him his most valuable treasure and Skeletiano brings back a photo of himself.

The Great Wizard gets offended that Skeletiano thought that would be good enough for a magical transaction. He carries Skeletiano away with a really strong gust of wind, and the MC runs after his flying body.

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Otome Corner! ♡ “The Niflheim+” Skeletiano Ch. 7

Written By: Lauren

I’m back for yet another round of reviews! Skeletiano is really growing on me as a character, and I’m growing to appreciate the writers’ craft more and more as the story progresses. However, this chapter was not one of my favorites. There was nothing really wrong about it, just that it was lackluster compared to other chapters.

Let’s get reviewin’!

As Skeletiano spots a burning building, he is reminded of how he died: in a fire. He goes to help the zombie brigade save people and put out the fire, telling the Princess to stay behind while he does so.

While standing there, the Pale Ghost comes to her and gives her directions to the Great Wizard, who apparently possesses the elixir that will restore Skeletiano back to his human (well, non-skeleton) form.

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Kweens Cuisine :: Course 2

Written By: Weslee

Hi everyone, guess who’s back with another serving of delicious cuisine? I’m Wes, back from Vegas once again, this time we found ourselves at the mercy of mouth-watering Asian fare. This time around, I decided we take a look at more modern Chinese-American restaurants, these dishes infused with traditional recipes with a modern twist.

I am an absolute fan of Asian cuisine, and since I’m Cantonese-American, my favorite dishes come from Hong Kong inspired recipes. So, this time around our food stop was P.F. Chang’s, located in the casino of Planet Hollywood!

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