The protagonist gets a huge change in personality for some reason and becomes all childish, immature and keeps acting like a stereotypical villain (not that he was cool or mature before though)
There's one part where Bulma (who inexplicably falls in love with him) asks that he stops fighting because of her concern for him and he f**king EXPLODES with rage and waltz off like a f**king angst teenager (instead of explaining why he must do so) it's just so cringy.
There's also one part when he's in the martial arts tournament and his opponent does something slightly displeasing and he becomes all like "HUH?!HOW DARE YOU?!GOOD, YOU'VE SUCCESFULLY ANGERED ME, NOW I WILL TEACH YOU WHAT IT MEANS TO FEEL DESPAIR!11!!11!!!"
And that's after he became like the biggest strongest guy in the world in his past universe so you'd expect he'd have been able to keep calm and not have his emotions affected but no.
It's just super lame, basically.
He also got Altera as a summon recently and I got goosebumps when he fought Solomon, it was really awesome.
There's also the fight agaisnt the fourth ancestor in the strike the blood world, that was also pretty interesting.
Hmm, where to start.
Basically, the MC is a machine.
The guy has almost no feelings except negative ones.
He has no cool power or strenght or something like that, he's just a somewhat cold guy with a cool inheritance that isn't really that powerful to be honest.
I also do not like the reincarnation paradise and the way it works.
I would prefer if the MC worked alone in every world.
Having a bunch of nobodies that no one knows or cares about to go with him to a world just to serve as cannon fodder, mysterious people, or annoying enemies to make things harder for the MC just makes me feel irritated.
It feels like it would be better if the MC did everything alone, like the loner he already is.
Of course, that wouldn't make sense with the plot so that's just my personal preference.
Also there's also the fact that the MC has basically no friends, and no connections at all.
Well, he may have connections but mostly it's just a relationship where they use each other.
Basically, there's not much emotion around the MC.
It's just getting stronger and stronger with the occasional enemy here and there.
Not very interesting.
Also the MC isn't even cool, he just has lame moves like swordsmanship and alchemy bombs.
It's super lame stuff.
This is a novel about a protagonist trying to achieve his own goal and dream, but was forced to give up due to the harsh reality of the world.
After countless massacres and efforts, all his efforts turn out to be meaningless in the end.
He could not change the past.
And as such, he was forced to grow up, accept the past, learn to appreciate the present, and look forward to the future.
This is about the growth of a man who only chased the past to a man who has overcome the past and now lives happily with his family looking forward to the future.
It is really realistic, because that was his limit.
He wasn't able to do anything about it and his only choice was to accept it all and just apreciate what he has now.
I don't really like it to be honest.
Maybe it's because I'm still young but I like idealistic endings, where everything works out ok, and everyone gets happy and all.
Although I don't mind characters dying here and there, some suffering here and there, but to have his whole life of efforts be meaningless in the end is just...I don't know, it's just kind of pathetic.
The realistic nature of it all just makes me kind of tired...
(think it was something along the lines of the mc's ridiculous luck and misunderstandings actually being an artificial occurrence made by some past life of his or something that really turned me off although I think it was just a theory?I don't really remember so whatever)
Although he has had a disappointing relationship with some random woman I don't even care about, but it doesn't seem like it will really end like that seeing how she came to his kingdom after abandoning him and even saw him in his bed
That was pretty much the only meh thing in the novel for me because I feel like what she did wasn't fair to the MC but it still has a chance for them to get together again.
Though it's not like it would matter that much if the MC forgot her or just got together with her again, it's just minor stuff that basically doesn't matter at all so yeah don't really bother about it
By this point the MC is exploring his unique characteristic as king, his "talent" in the panlong world
It's pretty cool stuff.