1) Time Skips nearly every chapter. If that was going to be the case then why start the story at such a young age? Or why not just have all the time skips in one go? What is the point of checking up on the progress of the character if there is ZERO world building, ZERO character building, and the importance of the chapter can be summed up in a character sheet of before and after?
2) WORD COUNT! Each chapter (up to ch. 8 at this point) is between 300 and 800 words. Too little to do anything of real significance. I thought it might be the translator breaking up the chapters, but its not even parts of a single chapter.
3) Character gave up his personality way too soon. Start off with thoughts of escape and in 2 seconds flat is devoted to the woman who bought him? Would like the author to at least say that his near death experience because he might have not been sold was staged. Make some rage for his long years of devotion or something, PLEASE!
4) Eragon Training Method or ETt as I call it. Teach the MC basically nothing and immediately have a master magician start beating him? 2 Thumbs down for this training method.
There is more, but these are the 4 main problems that have caused me to pound my head into a wall wondering why I'm still reading it.
Premise is that the MC was previously summoned along with others to a very dangerous world. He grew to become extremely OP, but gained a lot of enemies. As he's trying to destroy the Demon Lords one of them becomes a ghost or etheral and his max strength stat is useless so he must go through the summoning process again in order to gain skills that would allow him to kill the demon lords when they turn into ghosts. But he can't just blast through the beginning area otherwise he'd call the wrath of all his enemies down on him and even he wouldn't be able to survive.
So OP, but only when no one's looking. Cool.
"I won't kill a single thing." two paragraphs later he wipes out an entire human army. He could have sent his own armies, lord knows they wanted to go fight, but instead he just uses one of his world destroying moves and kills everything. What happened to not killing stuff?
After that the story starts to drag and the MC becomes a sort of ambassador of a big nation moving into a smaller nation telling it what to do and how to improve.
Very quickly the author gets over all the old issues that plagued the original group of characters and I don't mean they found solutions to the problem I mean they just forgot about it with mind control powers. Anyone who goes into his space instantly becomes the best ally and that's just the start of the BS. Eventually, the MC gets 1-hit KO powers that work on a % chance system, but are negated when he can just spam it repetitively. And all of the unique ideas that would have taken full advantage of the farm space are forgotten about pretty much instantly. The farming sim quickly goes autopilot and is used for little more than storage space of items, slaves and harem wives.
The entire beastman kingdom arc and F right off.
Changes into your standard meh Xanxia story pretty quick and ruins the whole concept of the story that brought readers to it in the first place.
He seems to have a plan for something, but is now realizing that something has gone awry and he might actually have to do some work. I love the way that people try to convince him to work and he's like the immovable object because he's so powerful. I get the feeling that he'll fight all of China's upper ranked hunters and still win. I hope its an epic battle filled with desperation for China's forces.
This Spoiler is meant to be informative about my personal views of the story and giving insight to any author that wrote/read this story.
Volume 1 - All about the overpowered main character coming to terms with the new world and allowing himself to get roped into a beautiful elf-woman's quest that points him towards the path of becoming a virtuous hero. Loved this volume, ended well.
Volume 2 - All About the overpowered main character moving around in the new world and allowing himself to get roped into a beautiful cat-woman's quest that points him towards the path of becoming a villainous hero. Not anywhere near as good as volume 1. Seemed like a darker copy of volume 1.
*Also, an interesting bit where he revives a bunch of dead people. As of volume 4 nothing really done with this.
Volume 3 - Everyone reveals that they are a racist, even the MC (a little bit). Then all of a sudden they come across a town that doesn't appear to have that racism and discrimination (seemed perfect for a plot twist, but nothing happened). For all I care this volume could be destroyed.
Volume 4 - MC finds a hint that he can reverse the skeleton avatar appearance, but its only temporary. Loved the near coma that happened due to him losing his skeleton avatar appearance and thought process. First sign of a relationship as the elf he has been with since volume 1 finally sees him as a man. Something about previous other worlder and beastman clans... I don't know. I really started losing all interest in the story during this volume.
where the main character (MC) kills a god, and then travels to another world and starts killing people of lesser and lesser rank. The poetic image of the MC killing lesser and lesser ranked beings is quite strong and repeated throughout the series
MC is turning into a chaotic evil villain forcing monsters to power up with experimental equipment while at the same time he goes off alone to the beastman kingdom, slaughters a bunch of animals hapazardly and then finds a kingdom of "knights". Slightly interested in the bear beastman going insane, but the story is starting to go overlord or RR Martin on me. Killing off characters and making the reader feel bad for the enemy is not really a good story move.