ATG: Both MCs start off with crippled profound veins. Or, in this case, martial veins,
SR: Both MCs have a past as a fool.
TM: This one is the closest that I could find in the form of having something teach you martial techniques. Yes, there WDQK and probably MW (I haven't read enough to know.) but they don't seem to fit right. Also, I'm not even sure if the MC even has this. Basically, it's allowing you to comprehend the strength and weaknesses in the martial art or spirit art.
ST: Seems to have the same cultivation rankings.
So what makes this novel different? Well, aside from starting you off thinking that you're MC is going to be black for about half a chapter, this:
ATG: Uses blood to fix profound veins. MGR: Uses a profound art to heal martial veins. (Terminology may be wrong.)
SR: MC was unconsciously being a fool? MGR: MC welcomed being a fool, and was fully conscious during the period.
TM: Similar to WDQK with the sparring partner, but he can (?) find out that there are flaws by seeing a skill. MGR: Sees weakness without relying on an amulet, fortuitous event, etc. And instead uses his profound art.
ST: No difference, they just have the same ranking system. Well, at least they do so far.
Over all, the novel seems to be fairly good so far and keeps me wanting more. Yes, I said "me" and not "you." Why? Well, maybe it's not going to be like that to you.
Anyway, that's all of the facts that I can give right now, so I'll just say what I hope to not see in this novel:
-s*xual cultivation technique (I see the ecchi and mature tag, and I don't care if there is s*x, I just don't want the novel to only be about that if it does involve it.)
-Rape (Again, I won't mind the s*x, just make sure that it's consensual!)
-ATG Harem Syndrome (No, I don't hate harems. I just don't want to go fifty or more chapters while only hearing about one female lead!)
I probably won't edit this for newer chapter releases unless my view of the novel has changed from good to bad. My reasoning is so that new readers can have the barest of information needed to want to read the novel. So, if this stays here, then I still like it.
And that's all that I have to say!
Namely his emotions and humanity.