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I really loved the concept of this story--the world-building is so creative, and the randomness of the plot is hilarious. For the first chapter of this project, I really enjoyed reading this. I got a lot of fascinating information about the world this story's set in, and met a few unique characters. The character designs were insanely creative, and their descriptions detailed and vivid. I also loved all the names you came up with for characters, places, and magical elements in this world.
Honestly, there isn't much to comment on here. You've provided a ton of super interesting information in this first chapter, but just enough to get readers excited to read the next. However, I did notice some minor typos and grammatical errors (usually run-on sentences, incorrect punctuation use, wrongly-capitalized letters) throughout the piece. While writing your first draft, I suggest that you totally ignore grammar - just get your awesome ideas out and have fun. Then, once you've finished, re-read your piece. Reading it aloud is even better, as not only can you find those teeny-tiny errors you've missed, but you can find any awkward-sounding sentences and make them more interesting and melodic. I loved your character descriptions, but I feel that this piece would be even more amazing if you expanded your descriptions to the scenery surrounding the characters. For instance, when Blixier wakes up in the forest, consider describing the scenery in greater detail. How does the woodland's flora look like? Any interesting, weird-looking plants and flowers? Any wacky bird-animals? Totally up to you to explore.
Keep up the great writing! I'd love to read more from you, and I can't wait to read the next chapter of "Void Apocalypse"!