Is that how you express a sigh of disappointment in written form? Because I am feeling quite dissapointed right now.
So, to start off this quite long rant, by reading the title "Ball of nothingness", I instantly assume that this story will correlate to an ancient being full of wisdom, or at least something like a mindless monster assimilating everything in its path. However that hope quickly crumbled to dust and mercilessly crushed by a 50 ton hydraulic press, by the time I finished reading the first few chapter.
To give a somewhat brief summary, the protagonist is an average annoying as f child with too much power and authority over some incompetent false gods who are defeated by their own creation or in other words, gods who are BEATEN by MORTALS. Now, I understand why the author gives a childish personality to the protagonist, seeing that to give it an alien personality is a very hard and tricky thing to do. However, what rubbed me in the wrong way is the fact that it doesn't seem to be aware of its own capabilities, meaning, it starts off as a weak insignificant existence. Weak enough to be swallowed by what I assume to be either a pelican or a crane. Either way, it's a different story between spectating an abomination learning and an ignorant child learning. The former being a greater entertainment than the latter, but of course that's no more than an opinion of mine
On another topic, the gods. At this rate, I might say that I respect the humans more than I respect the gods. Aside from how utterly weak they are, the gods have bland paper thin character. Most of them are all about protecting creation, balance, human, etc. I mean, aren't the gods here are supposed to be similar to human? And what's up with Zeus being a stereotypical big buffoon? Also, have I mentioned they are weak? I mean, a sage god is barely an immortal, Buddha here is almost no different than a mortal, except mortals are greater than him, seeing they succeed in creating a God and apparently loves to wage war, in fact, that's what all mortal species should strive to be, an unbeatable war machine bent on devouring everything. And yet... As I read on and on, I realize that the mortals are not what they're hyped up to be, they're just your usual mortals, insignificant and utterly meaningless almost like how this entire story is meaningless, seeing that the whole story seems to be a power fantasy dream of a discount Azathoth full of interaction with cardboards of stereotypes characters.
But then again, this story is not composed fully out of flaw. For one, I don't have any problem with the grammar. True, there is some typo here and there, but that's negligible. An okay grammar means that at least the author still cares about their own work. So that's a positive I guess.
There's also the fact that the author doesn't have a horrible naming sense which is a plus.
And I would say that the world building is actually decent. The same couldn't be said for most fantasy stories on this site since they only copy stereotypes medieval or xianxia world, with slight variation. In other words most of them are boring and uninspired.
So... There's that. The point I'm trying to make is that I am quite dissapointed with how the story goes, but seeing that most seems to like this story the way it is, i do not expect any changes at all.
This marks the end of my extremely long rambling. Before that however, I'd like to apologize if this rambling of mine is too badly written for your taste or seems to be too uninformative and useless.
Finally, i wish you all a nice day.