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Despite what everyone is saying about this, I found this novel to be quite enjoyable. His way of inspiring mental fear against his enemies is quite enjoyable, and is a way better take on it then just having an OP MC plow through everyone like me at a bacon buffet. His power is slowly developed, making you root for him naturally. His weakness throught most of the first chapters, (50ish), shows that it's not gonna be a one-sided slaughter fest like most things. He inspires fear by using his... more>> mental fortitude which leaves long lasting trauma, and that's an interesting concept that I haven't seen explored before. The only, ONLY complaint that I have about this.... is the fact that I've caught up to the TL, and the when the days go by slow, the wait becomes killer.

All in all, I think this is a great novel for those who give it a chance to read until up to my current point at the time of writing this review. (63) I recommend you atleast give it a chance until then. Anyways, this has been my first review, so hope it wasn't too wonky.


We are getting a training arc soon as well. :D (It's atleast hinted at a lot)

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ThyUnsuspicious rated it
Emperor of Solo Play
March 21, 2018
Status: c191
This is a decent read. The politics and his slow but steady growth is quite nice to read, but he definitely isn't a people-person. I definitely would have given this a 5/5, but there was no real conclusion. The final battle was skipped, and we are only given hints as to what happened rather than the actual explanation. It was definitely a rushed ending, if you can even call it an ending, but it is still a really good read if you take the time to read all of it.
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