the Bo City disaster he didn't try to contact her to tell her he's ok or anything he didn't even try to get to the same university as her. As for the Teacher Tang Yue after taking care of his mess about the magical artifact, receiving lots of tomes worth millions, then he just kept on taking advantage of her even when she was in danger, then finally it just ends up him s*xually harassing her to make a forced relationship, and the MC still acts like a victim and still expect more advantages from her, now that is what I call a thick-skinned MC.
Also somehow it's really annoying how a lot of side characters keeps on dying. I know it makes it more realistic but at the same time it makes the MC a lot more stupid. The final thing that made me drop this was when the same thunder-guy from Bo City (forgot his name) just to make it more miserably for him his entire family was killed all except for him, and then he was captured by the MCs enemies and he was drugged/converted by the Black Church and him ending up killing his girlfriend wow the author must really hate this guy he didn't even standout or find trouble with the MC
Yandere disciple (probably/hopefully if I'm not mistaken)
1. Do you think MC in CSR will meet the Sage Emperor in TDG?
2. Do MCs need to deserve the power/knowledge they get accidentally/plotwise armor? I mean personally I'd skim this kind of chapter since it will just be another info dump and I'd be guessing cliche developments like working hard from previous lives to deserve their power/knowledge like Nie Lie (no offense I like TDG) or Yun Che from ATG.
Around the chapter the MC goes to the weapon shop and argues with the shopkeeper, there was an argument of how strong the countries army is and there is a low chance of bandits, demons, etc. (I kinda forgot the exact argument but let's just say enemies attacking) attacking them then boom chapter 11 (his parents got killed due to the stupidity of the MC), the bandit demi-humans probably only wants to steal the wheats (the writing shows that there were no other ulterior motive other than stealing & killing the resident, so why risk fighting to death? Just give them the wheats in exchange for leaving them alone) & and the MC's parents can probably escape not for the MC running to his parents and getting the situation out of control, and seriously where's the goddamn army? Did they even capture the demi-humans, and why so late? There's a friggin burning house so there's a lot of smoke & bright fire (its said it was late in the day so I'm assuming that its around evening or around sunset) to alert the guards or are you telling me the house just started to burn exactly the moment the MC came home? Where's the guards on horses running to his home? Why is a 10 year old brat faster & able to walk so far out of town (assuming that there house is really faraway due to the guards not noticing the fire)
Upto c639 the most memorable characters so far which might be the most important are Little Black, White, Yōu, & MC, any others would be forgotten, so I don't place too much importance to them, side charcters are good for what an arc or two, MC's main customer are there only until MC needs to move on to other place, others for MC taking them as his chef apprentice,
when MC met and raped (I consider it rape no matter what anyone tells me as I think it is pretty forced and maybe the author just wants a justifiable reason for it not to be called rape) the Fire Princess
his first slave was released and sent to a magician's school, they promised to contact each other from time to time yet the MC contacted her only once then forgot about her
As far as I can remember correctly & simplified as some pests are renamed because it's another world, so far he has exterminated rats, cockroaches, wyverns, snow foxes, grizzly bear, zombies, etc. (Demon beasts)
Well since I was reading a poorly mtl'd chapter the suddenness of the plot was shocking as I couldn't even grasp it properly as the pace was too fast. In a short summary, Get to a port city to repair their ship -> Go to inn -> Find job -> Go to a brothel -> Heal a prostitute -> Get Panties -> Go to church->Wear Panties on Head->Talk to God & Evil God->Get Main Quest from both
2nd group of Harem starting volume 7.5-17 - (4.5 overall score) the next group of harem with an addition of another magical & alien girl and the landlord.. though enemy at first except for the landlord obviously, each member has a likeable personality and good story to tell so even though they started out late they are as likeable as the first group or even better.
rant: unlike Team R*ck*t, the antagonist after losing also started to grow on their own way... I even like Maya & Elexis
It is mentioned that YLX is like a cold-beauty which hates men, well with MC being a hero-saves the day, though I can't blame it as her being too easy to fall in love (?) with MC, YLX's personality turned to be more like your regular uneasy wife character with all the mushy things they do.
there was a mention like pig-dragon, horse-dragon, insect-dragon, fish-dragon, snake-dragon, you can tell just from the name that you can just ignore the dragon part and based it entirely on what animal it is.
An eight year old kid, making profit ten times earning a hundred million, during the auction made from a 10K gold to a priceless treasure just by trading. With a lot of people seeing the transaction happen nobody even dares try to steal from an eight year old kid.
It took 10 chapters just to get out of the well while the manhua took like 1 or 2?, you can see how slow the story is.
school arc might have been too much for author since the MC started going to school the author keeps on finding excuses for MC to take leave of absence or find a way to make MC not attend school, yet at the beginning MC keeps telling how it is important to go to school. Also at the beginning the MC forbids using shortcuts in cultivation yet when they arrived at gold rank MC & co. Keeps using elixirs, etc. To increase their rank..
after the MC beat the 2nd year Chief it went further downhill, MC & co. Ultimately stopped going to school without much explanation just because they killed a diamond expert. Then during this arc MC found a way to revive people so fights are no longer as intense as even though anyone can die including MC they can always revive & hide at their base which could defend against 10000 diamond experts. Also MC finally began to exceed the 3 future Nine Masters in Cultivation which further made me lose interest as those 3 began to lose their personalities as they worship MC too much.
Dragon Words... I kinda thought ahh it kinda starts to feel similar to Zhan Long, OP defense skill, also the MC somehow learned a stealth skill, OP attack growth, then MC also has the life steal equipment + bounded OP weapon, OP pet (though different since humanoid) and don't forget the OP Female Profession Trainer
I mean in the early chapters he had an equipment with 6 seconds invincibility & he's not even using it to guard against the OP skills of the enemies.. he had learned a 5 min duration 100% critical (with 10min reduced stat afterward) & he only used it once and never used it again still not using it against boss monster when rushing to kill when boss has maybe 1-5% hp left, he also learned alchemy skill that makes items with good effect but he only used for one tournament then forgot about it, then later he remembered and suddenly gained a new recipe he made a new item with OP effect when used against high-HP boss, will probably forget about it again after awhile..
MC will really start to truly be like a protagonist after the National Competition
Damn you MC, what's so good about being a sword saint!? Being a legendary farmer is much better!! MC is so stupid why not look in a mirror your just a blacksmith if you like sword saint so much change your class to a warrior, , sometimes the author really likes making the MC so annoying (ch316 the point where a smart MC out of nowhere suddenly turned into an idiot! Also the story starts to degrade starting this chapter), MC also starts to underestimate an NPC just because MC is so stupid not to check his stats, yet the author shows that the NPC was feeling sorry because of the mistake of the MC, trying for a funny misunderstanding? More like annoyingly stupid