I haven't even been reading this story for even a quarter of a day but I've already been completely captured by the humorous tones and serious moments which I won't reveal for the sake of not spoiling anything. The story can easily turn from a mischievous and playful tone to a dark and somber one instead while blending in so well with the storyline. The storytelling is simply remarkable to me. i love it with all my heart. It leads you by the nose from gentle and soothing, to rambunctious and mischievous, to unsettling and heartbreaking and joyful bursts of gay.
I can't say much about the stability of updates as I've literally been here less than a day but I have seen absolutely no complaints about this whatsoever. I managed to binge and enjoy the chapters that are present. I'll come back to this part in a month or so, I guess.
The world building is a process that's being set at it's own pace, but it is a cultivation novel at its base with emperors, sects, trials, disciples, and masters. You get a vague idea of how things are run in the world but considering the main point of view from both MCs, the finer details don't really matter until much later when they're actually needed. Through YLR (I think) we learn more about everything outside and inside of the sect and the relations they have with outside forces and some other important details. I can't say much here either since we're less than 100 chapters in and considering most novels on Webnovel, we're just barely getting started and the author is just starting to layout the foundation. Everything looks really good so far and I'm not worried at all about this.
Now, for story dev and writing quality, I can only say that this is indeed the heart moving GL novel you're looking for. We've got a wonderfully innocent and naive yet mischievous and lazy trouble-seeking Junior Sister on one side, and on the other we have a cold yet very caring tsundere Senior Sister who hasn't quite yet realized her feelings for said Junior sister and vice versa. !shenanigans ensue and relationships are forged. !plotline begins and strings you along with intriguing and mysterious elements. I'm still waiting on the angst, though I know it won't take too long. The writing style just flows and is very easy to read and understand with footnotes in case there were words or phrases which you didn't know or understand when you read them. It's easy to follow, it keeps you thinking, even when the author is just messing around with you and leading you by the nose exactly where they want you. The writing style is playful and humorous while also having serious and somber undertones without delving too far into the more mature categories, I suppose. It's more suggestive than explicit and I just love everything about it.
This is probably my least well put together review, and I apologize for that but I couldn't help but want to leave one.