First of all, these damn Chinese novels and their f**king proportions off the charts.... men who are f**king giants.... and to be able to travels miles in a single step... we are not even half way through the story and this is already happening lol
Well besides that, I saw some people on the comments of Qidian complaining about how strong Man Man is but well she was nurtured before birth with treasures who are probably higher or equal to the treasure Ji Shu used to win Against Ji Xia.... but of course there is something here that bothers me.... Man Man is suppose to be super important, and some of the bodyguards on the mansion are suppose to be stronger than Ji Xia and even Ji Zhuo.... also Ying Yan was suppose to be or almost a Magus King yet he was killed so easily... yes I can also said that it was easy because of the Blood Moon formation but then why the f**k didn't Du Luo used that against the Fire Crow Tribe?
and for f**k sake thanks god that bitch Jiang Yao is dead, she was as annoying as team rocket coming back every f**king time in Pokemon, just f**king stop. also she claimed she loved his son but if I don't remembered correctly, she tried to use him as a shield when Ji Hao tried to kill her for the first time and also at that moment she could have used the life-saving treasure.... something here doesn't add up...... and Di Luo isn't anything better, he should learn from his brother to not stick his d*ck on a crazy bitch.
btw I like Man Man, the scenes with her and the MC reminded me a lot of when Rudeus was "reforming" Eris from her violent personality (Mushoku Tensei)
A complain I do have about this novel is that it takes too much time to build up both the story and this "world". We are already on volume 4 but what we know about Water Dragon city (or well, city of confinement) and more sole, this world, is very limited. Only at this volume is when the MC went outside the city and that was only once. I hope we get to see more of the world in the next volume.
Besides that, to be honest I'm more interested on the events of the second half of the 8-years war... the author has been teasing it through the 4 volumes and had showed us glimpses of the first half of the 8-years war in the beginning of each chapter, but we still have yet to see how Yujin got rid of his cowardice and became "twisted"
At the beginning the MC was supposed to be an "extra", a mob character, someone to support the "protagonist" Ryuuga. But now he is becoming the "protagonist" of the story, and although I have not problem with that, for me it seems too quick and boring how he became OP