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boomstick3000
I like it. Read the free raws. Not groundbreaking, but story kept my interest. The description is correct, but kind of has a different mood from the novel. The MC is a transmigrating genius mage who wants to live a life of luxury. He inadvertently enslaves the Demon Queen which throws a wrench into his plans, as it draws attention. Thankfully, the MC is a gifted liar and is able to get out of most situations that would put him in the limelight. MC is not a dense protagonist like... more>> a typical Japanese harem MC (it's a Chinese novel).

The main downside for me is that the worldbuilding is somewhat lacking. No geography, no politics, no detailed description of how spells work. Could be flushed out more. <<less
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I’m Not Going to Be Bullied By a Girl
June 9, 2018
Status: c20
The main character, who is an unreliable narrator, makes everyone fear him because he thinks being a lone wolf delinquent is cool. When cornered to actually do anything, MC is actually a pretty nice guy. The other characters have interesting personalities to match his own quirks. So far, it's been amusing.
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I've noticed a lot of "doctors" that transmigrate tend to use their abilities to make poison or alchemy pills, and very rarely actually want to help the sick. The MC in this story in this story in the exact opposite in that she just oozes compassion and seems like she has doctor skills because she genuinely wants to help people. I found that refreshing.
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Is it Tough Being a Friend?
July 25, 2018
Status: c1
Only first chapter so far, but it feels like a breath of fresh air. MC's passion is to bring up the talents of others, but there are hints that he's pretty talented himself. For now it's pretty amusing.
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Godly Stay-Home Dad
May 21, 2018
Status: c386
One of my favorite Chinese novels, it has a nice balance of character development and action. It takes a while to really get going in my opinion, but it's worth putting the time in (20-30 chapters). The author seems to be better at foreshadowing than his peers (something webnovelists are particularly lacking), as things casually mentioned a few hundred chapters back suddenly become important. Worth the read.
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I wondered at all the 1 reviews, so I read out of curiosity. I don't review often, but I felt compelled to share this time.

It is Bad. Really bad.

I felt like I was reading one long plot synopsis. The characters might as well be robots they're so mechanical and unfeeling. I actually kept reading for a while, because it was like watching a large fire or a train wreck -- you just want to see what happens in the next 10 seconds. But that only lasts for so long.
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The S-Classes That I Raised
June 8, 2019
Status: c24
I like it so far. The first few chapters were rough. The MC initially was unlikable, being a giant ball of jealousy and incompetence. However, I like how the reader can see his attempts to change into a better person. By around chapter 15 this has become one of the series I look forward to most when I see it updated.
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boomstick3000
It's really bad. Due to his System, the MC becomes a martial arts expert in a paragraph or two. He becomes a doctor in the same amount of time. Etcetera. The "story" is a whirlwind of face-slapping and action-hero sequences. Despite that, I find myself inexplicably enjoying it so far.
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