After being born with x-ray vision, constantly abusing it to see through clothes, it becomes even stronger. Now, he see's through skin, with no way to control it (As of c4)... Gross. lol
The Goddess of the world the 70+ of them are being summoned to, gives them knowledge of the world, a body that can adapt to the world, and a sword. In each sword, part of their soul is imbued within. The Janitor's sword gets stolen from him. So. Some random kid now has part of his soul. What's more, the sword could only be stolen while in the place between worlds where the Goddess talks to them. F**king derp.
The 'lazy author shortcut' I'm referring to in this case, is when an author, unnecessarily and arbitrarily, kills off one of the cast. There was no thinking involved in this. There was a hint that 'something' was going to happen, but nothing like this.
We meet Lelia. Introduced in such a way that it leads us to think she's a possible love interest. Using his skill, our MC is able to see her abilities. We see, Calamity (Only on the days of Crescent Moon), Maniac and Mad Dog of Sorrow. She becomes his tutor in taijutsu. Five years or so pass. (Insert random time skip) Then BAM. It's day of the Crescent Moon. MC isn't home, Leila turns up completely nuts, and somehow manages to eat the father in an instant. Then rips the mother's arms off before our MC just happens to arrive. So, he once again uses his ability to examine her. Then again, specifically on Calamity (or was it Maniac...). Which then describes how on the day of the Crescent Moon, she attacks/kills the people closest to her.
So. Awesome. Because titles/skills like Calamity, Mad Dog of Sorrow and Maniac aren't ominous at all, he never bothers to examine the titles/skills in detail. Even though he had FIVE YEARS to do so. This could make sense if he truly was a four/five year old child, but he was reincarnated with memories, and at the time he starts training, he even comments about how, 'inside he is twenty years old'.
If this wasn't ridiculous enough. Apparently he is possessed by some dragon who takes over his body and saves the day. Then heals his mother, restoring her arms. Then, before the dragon can explain anything, has to sleep for two years because he's used too much of his awesome dragon power.
I just don't see the reason behind any of this. The whole situation is unreasonable and poorly thought through. The father was a great character for amusing hijinks.
an armed and armored, luxurious camper van. Complete with bed, bath, kitchen and air cannon.
The points that could/should have caused drama were solved far too easily, even abruptly. The uncle's situation was fine. It seemed to fit his personality. I just don't understand why the father suddenly changed his attitude. It also seemed like the story was setting the Xu family elder's to be a potentially strong obstacle, but that came to nothing.
I was more glad that the woman he loved didn't die than I was that her shortened life (due to helping others with her power) was extended. Probably needed to see her suffering more. She has a sharp pain, faints and just wakes up some days later. Sure, she's going to die when she's nineteen years old, but it's everyone around her who loves her that we see truly suffering and heartbroken over it.
After all, there was a brief masturbation scene.