Kill people from your original world to survive without knowing they were people at first because they were in a golem that appeared to not be human.
1st chapter and The MC is explaining why his dad is garbage and how sh*tty his life is because of his dad. His dad is a bit of a pervy grandpa at worst. His son makes him out to be trash because he has a f**king harem and his mom treats him like crap because his dad doesn't give her enough attention or some crap. Doesn't that just make the mom trash? Anyway the dad ends up in jail because he groped some high school ass not knowing the ass was attached to a high schooler.. or even a woman. He's a pervy grandpa type. His son treats him like sh*t as his father is giving him life advice based on his own life short comings. His dad is actually a solid bro dad that loves his kids. He ends up dying in jail and his son the MC could care less. He recalls a time when his mom took out a knife to kill his dad and his dad stood behind him supposedly using him as a shield. He once again gives his mom a pass, but hates on his father. His dad was apparently rich as f**k and left him with a lot of money and a company, but he chose to pocket some money and live like a Neet for the rest of his life drinking beer and eating noodles. This is the guy who thinks his dad is trash btw. He is apparently okay with taking his dead fathers money, but not his advice or returning his love. What I'm trying to get at is the MC is an idealistic, naive, s*xist, child.. that is the furthest thing away from a cold and collected prtoag. His character is cool, but it's not him. He's trash imo.
The dragon MC is basically reincarnated fated to fight over and over again against someone who is also reincarnated. It just happens to be the person switched at birth with him. I feel like these sort of things should have been stated from the start. It's not my cup of tea, but I'm sure many people wouldnt mind it. That was my only problem with this story and it's just to big of a problem for me. Seems like a very juvenile "Plot twist".. if you want to call it that.
The MC tried to save a girl and died trying to save her. She still died though and all 101 people that died in this incident were brought before god and he gave them all skills and a new life on another world. The destiny and skills meant for the MC were given to some guy with a similar name to his own. Then when he was the last one there and asked god "What about me?" God pretty much just said "Oops, I made a boo boo so you are going to be sent to another world full of hardships. Good luck".
The MC is reborn to sh*tty parents that sold him for a little cash to researchers. Those researchers experimented on him and tortured him for many years until one day the girl he saved in his previous life and the guy that got his powers ended up killing him. The two had apparently become a couple in this second life and gave our MC a swift cuck death.
He is brought to god yet again and he is full of anger saying he's going to get revenge on god and the other 100. Which if you ask me... they deserve it. So god basically says "Ha, f**kin' try it brat." and then proceeds to put curses on him so he can't be a threat later to the hero's that will be reincarnated a little later in his next life. Needless to say god god is a huge d*ck.
After being reborn his third time he is born as a race that is hated by all making life hard on him and his mother so much that they have to hide in order to just survive. His mother is the only person that has ever showed the MC love and seems to really care for him even to the point of risking her life for him. She ends up getting tortured, raped, and burned at the stake till she died by the village close by. He finds out about this and vows to have his revenge on them as well. Up till this point the story is nothing short of fantastic to me.
Shortly after he starts to try and get stronger and you know what he basically says? "I should kill only bandits that nobody will miss so when the heroes come they don't hurt or kill me for being a bad person." I overlook this and kept reading hoping that I just misunderstood. It almost sounded like he didn't want to take revenge anymore and he was scared of the future heroes? Nah, that can't be it. Well not long later he finally gets his "revenge" for his mom. He doesn't torture or kill anyone. He simply turns the walls, houses, and some farming area into golems and has them walk off leaving the people to have to rebuild their lives. Can this be called revenge after what they did? The MC was treated so terribly in the past and it made me feel for him and feel angry for him as well. Now I am starting to think "Maybe the MC has such a sh*t beta personality that people just naturally walk on him?" Haha you sure showed those villagers! I'm sure they regret what they did now!... Oh... wait... they don't even know why this happened to them. It's been around a year since they burned the elf and the MC didn't even tell them the cause of their current misfortune. I know that if I plotted revenge id want the people to know why they are being punished.
So this is where I stopped reading. Maybe I was premature in stopping? But id like to assume I could see where this story was going. The MC was a "Good little boy" that vowed revenge and decided to later instead just turn the other cheek. I don't enjoy reading about spineless MC's. Apparently I made the right decision because I just read somewhere that he later wants to become a nobleman and builds a harem instead of getting good revenge.
He doesn't understand how the stock market works but he tries to write about it anyway.
He thinks he can create a school that is best at everything in the world easily. It's also laughable that he said he would find the best teachers and students for the school, but the first person he met that cooked just a little bit good when he visited his family's friends he was considering them for the culinary part of the school. He also talked about a culinary theme park... whatever that is. It's like a childish dream and an immature way of viewing how things work in the world if you ask me.
When he went to buy a house he arrived at a house and didn't even know anything about the house aside from seeing a picture of it. Not even knowing the houses dimensions. He liked the way it looked and that was enough for him. He didn't go looking at other houses at all on such a big investment. He also didn't even get the house inspected first before purchasing it. The owner of the house could have been selling it because it had many problems for all he knows. With the amount of money he had and the amount he spent on the house he could have just bought a plot of land and built his own house exactly how he wanted it and it would have been brand new.
There was also this cringey part where he gave away a lot of money to a poor family with a lot of kids. He handed each of the kids what he called an "Allowance". Didn't talk to their parents first or even really know the family. His mom introduced the family as her friends and this brat decides to just start handing out money because he felt sorry for them. He later would also give away crazy amounts of money for little to no reason at all. You would think that someone who grew up poor would understand the value of money more than others right? I know I would be saving and investing if I suddenly started to make lots of money.
The guy created his guild and the Characters in it while overlord did the same thing but with the help of his guild mates.
The guy goes and saves a crappy village shortly after being transported to the world... just like overlord.
The guy and a few of his created npc's go and register to become adventurers and are given a high rank fairly fast... just like overlord.
Most of his female npc's want to bed the beta MC and end up raping him constantly. In Overlord some of the Npcs want to bed him as well, but he doesn't have the correct bone for the job. If The MC from overlord said no to something the people under him would respect him and do exactly as he says.
So in short this is a version of overlord but the MC is a beta both mentally and physically.
Over powered from the start? What does it matter if most if not all the people under him are stronger and don't respect him?
One last thing. The title doesn't make sense. A week and possibly a month in the story has passed by since I started reading and the MC has yet to form his own nation or even start to think about forming one. I pretty much started reading for the kingdom building and this upset me the most.