SAI: Taker is a classic tale of missed opportunity. But with Im Dal Young as its writer there is little ells to be expected from it.
It started out very strong with an intrestring world and a very intrestring concept to work around in that world (personally the gender swap was great but that is a personal taste) and does keep that the first few chapter. But the sad thing is that it adds up to nothing.
It's a story that really ends before it gets to start because what is there, feels as the world building set up you do so your characters actions and abilities
are more explained. And honestly it's sad because if there was done something with this story it could have been great. But it just ends before actually doing ANYTHING.
But lets not gloss over the fact that I had fun reading it, it was fun to the end. But as a wise man once said: "The ending is paramount." And the ending of SAI: Taker sadly ruins it all by ending with just a buildup for nothing real.