The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar is about how a high schooler (pretty sure) got transported to another world with the use of a mirror near a shrine. He took a picture of him besides the mirror and boom. Journey starts now.
Story 7/10: It might be too early to judge since I'm roughly 80% done with the first book, but the basic guideline of the story seems nothing out of the ordinary. Yuuto is crowned "Sovereign" (DA KING) of the Wolf Clan and he tries to bring it to prosperity. However, there's always obstacles from that dream such as other clans challenge others.
The story tries to balance itself between the conquering and the relationship building with the Einherjar's (the girls) and that's one thing that I compliment about it. However, *from what I've read so far*, it's a bit of a disappointment on how the story literally goes 2 years after he was summoned. Only parts we know of between those 2 years are from memories Yuuto reminisces in the current plot (I'm saying so far because the author could give us the background story).
Going back to the transportation part, he can still talk to his childhood friend near the mirror. If he stays somewhere near the mirror, he'll receive signal on his solar powered phone (Do we even have those in our generation?) and he can call her. Mitsuki (DA FRIEND) buys him ebooks so that he can read them to strategize during times of war (he believes it's cheating so he doesn't feel *too* good when winning despite all the praise he gets).
Art 9/10: I have a belief that art is up to a person's preference, so you judge.
Character 7/10: There are a bunch of characters introduced in Ragnarok but a lot of them have a personality that is somewhat generic. You have 'Run (the silver haired one) who's acts like an obedient dog (you'll get what i mean if you read it) around Yuuto but acts somewhat strict to the soldiers of the clan. Another example is you have Felicia (blond hair one) who acts like a mature older sister who loves to tease his younger brother and Linnea (pink) who is somewhat like the little sister (Somewhat hard to judge considering how from where I am I still don't know much about her). And one thing I noticed is how Felicia and Siegrun are both pretty darn overpowered.
To put it shortly, each character has a personality that fits a certain archetype. Hating them or liking them is up to your likings.
Enjoyment/Overall 7/10: I think as of what I've read so far it's not bad. I think how you enjoy it is mostly dependent on the characters and the choices of the main protagonist. Yuuto is one of those that reject erotic stuff (we all know you wanted the other way) but isn't a complete blockhead when it comes to war (it has no relation whatsoever but i wanted to point it out just cause). This novel leans towards strategy and development of the clan than fighting itself hence, Yuuto isn't physically gifted by the author.
Don't take my word for how good/bad this novel is, read it yourself and try it out!