He gets betrayed by his wife in Immortal World; she kills him at the weakest moment.
He reconciles with the wife that betrayed him because he finds out her Master threatened her with her family's life, so she had no choice. He forgives her and they have children.
The MC keeps saying he's hardworking, but he has the most cheats and hacks a MC can have. He also has 4 Godlike beings living inside him ready to save his life if he gets his ass kicked.
There's a clan called Hundred Flowers Clan or something and all the children of theirs are female and when they wanted a male heir, one of the members, the MC's "mother", brought a child from the Immortal World to make him an heir. The MC was originally a True Dragon, but since they fused their bloodlines with his, he became human. He was the original MC, not the one that he reincarnated into.
If Chu Feng wasn't abandoned by his parents and raised in his birth place until his current age at chapter 1747, he could destroy the earth with a single flick of a finger (Divine Lightning op)
f**king bitches, if Chu Feng was raised in his birth place, they would be wanting to eat his sh*t.
This book is a harem, so don't listen to the people that are on chapter 500 saying it's not. Even though the harem is forced, it's still one. Just two women overall. The novel is hilarious and everything except the ending was fine. The ending was so dumb I got frustrated. The MC, Lin Fan, finds out that he is the only being that exists. Even in the past, present, and future. Even in all of reality and parallel universe. The other characters were created by him. Meaning there was really no point of the story.
This novel's setting is in a post-apocalyptic where aliens called Glasians have released a virus and turned Earth into a such environment. It's not like a fallout where everything's dead and barren. Every animal has mutated and humans are at the bottom of the food chain.
The protagonist, Luo Yuan, is just an average guy, but he gets a game system installed in him by a mysterious civilization. He goes on a journey to safety with his friends and he makes lovers along the way. The system displays his strength, stamina, and all that, but it also displays something called willpower. Read if you want to find out about it. The protagonist doesn't level up his willpower from the xp he gets at the beginning, but this changes later. He increases his cell size to make himself powerful, then makes his body biologically perfect. He also clones the human race to make them perfect.
He starts leveling up his willpower then starts space traveling. As he increases it, he starts becoming a 4th dimensional being, breaking away from the 3rd dimension. There's no cultivation and his powers purely comes from quantum physics and theoretical physics. If you understand physics, this novel is a gem.
The negative from all this powering up is that he starts becoming less human and more of a logical lifeform. He strays from his lovers. Though, he starts regaining his humanity back from suppressing his desire to become strong.
This novel was good overall, but the negative thing was that the side characters are so weak, there's barely any interaction between the MC and them.
He never meets his love/maid/etc from the 9 worlds, 10th world, after entering the 3 Immortal Worlds. In the first Immortal World, he finds the Longevity Scripture that was left by the Immortal Demon Grotto Master because he was from the 3 Immortal Worlds. The first Immortal World is boring.
In the second Immortal World, he pretends to become one of those trash young masters, everyone thinks he's a mortal, inherits the biggest power sect/country in the second Immortal World, everyone mocks him, his 3 of 4 of his meant to be concubines mock him for being trash, he teaches the concubine that doesn't mock him skillz. For the other 3 he: shames one of them in front of their sect, f*cks another pretty much in front of her another guy that loves her and that she loves (he f*cks and mindf*cks her;literally conquers her very being), and makes another keep regretting for life.
In the third Immortal World, it's pretty much the same as any of the 9 worlds plot, i.e. Stone medicine world, mortal emperor world, etc. BUT AFTER THIS, he goes to a place called Impassable Sea where every First Ancestors goes to if they want to increase their cultivation (First Ancestors are basically above Immortal Emperors/Dao Emperors with 12 Heaven Will/ 12 fate palces). He kills every sea creature (millions and billions of them that are at First Ancestor level) to draw out a hidden boss (also called Supreme Giant). This boss serves another bigger boss that Li Qiye wants to kill. Li Qiye draws this boss out and kills him. Right after he kills the boss, OTHER subordinates of the BIG BOSS come. They f*ck up Li Qiye while the Big Boss watches. They eat his flesh and suck out his soul because in Emperor's Domination if you want to become IMMORTAL, there are two ways: one is to eat all the living beings of the era or to pursue the truth of cultivation. They are clearly the eating type so they want to eat Li Qiye because he has the greatest Daoheart is the history. Li Qiye smiles in amusement and uses the bright piller he took out of his treasure vault in the 9 worlds. He detonates it and it kills the Supre Giant Subordinates, the BIG BOSS, and it literally resets all of reality. The cultivation system changes, countless years pass, and Li Qiye "dies".
When he wakes up, he finds out he's in the 8 Desolates, a new area which was the result of the 9 Worlds and 10th World combining when the bright pillar was detonated. He also finds out he's literally a mortal in cultivation, BUT he can still kill False Immortals (False Immortals are above First Ancestors) with the Thought Scripture he got from the 10th World. He leads a group of kids to a Divine Profound Sect or something where everyone calls him trash because of his cultivation. He makes the hottest girl in the sect into his maid and the two other cucks get pissed because of that. There's a competition where everyone mocks him for not knowing the immensity of the heavens, so he gets the best results in all 3. He pisses off one of the lords of the sect because one of the cucks that was cucked was cucked. He also finds the turtle from Stone Medicine World was alive and he was the founder of the sect he's in. AND THAT'S WHERE THE MTL'S AT!!!!!!!!
There's not much character development. After he gets separated with his wife, reuniting with her isn't his goal. His goal is to survive and what a better way to survive than crush your enemies?He doesn't clench his fists and swear to reunite with his wife and that's what I like.
The best thing about the MC is his dao comprehension. As of chapter 1659, the MC Yi Yun, probably has the strongest foundation possible. He has perfect 9-leaf dao fruits for yin yang, space time, sword saber, and chaos destruction. A perfect dao palace. A Great World Creation Tree growing inside his body. A Purple Crystal that can absorb ANY type of energy and turn it to cultivation qi for him. A cultivation manual that makes his body as strong as a Dragon. After reaching Divine Lord, his first Royal Seal is condensed from a Heavenly Dao Fragment, which makes him the first person to do so, ever. His second Royal Seal is condensed from combining three of his bloodlines: Dragon Emperor, Celestial, Fey, and Human. With only being a first Royal Seal Divine Lord, he could severely injure and possibly kill lower-high ranked Godly Monarchs. With the first and second Royal Seal, he can probably fight higher-low ranked Godly Monarchs.
The annoying thing is even with all of this, the author keeps making his foundation stronger and it becomes so strong it takes him sh** ton of resources to rank up.
Some powers get forgotten, but might be brought back. He has a Nine Neontate and Golden Crow, but they are forgotten.
The enemies at the beginning suck, but Yi Yun almost loses his life many times later in the novel because of a few. This changes after he gets 10, 000 Demon Wheel of Existence. His best feat so far is fighting 3 Godly Monarchs simultaneously, severely injuring 2 and wasting the cultivation of the other.