the MCs game like power allows him to acquire every skill that has been used on him. In the beginning this is fine as he's learning things like beginner sword techniques and healing magic. This very quickly transitions to acquiring SS Level techniques that are given to him. With as much reasoning as "he seems like a nice dude" keep in mind these are serious clan secrets that aren't suppose to be taught. These are given to him by people who were complete strangers to him just a few days ago. In actuality I was completly fine with this as just acquiring this skill didn't make him op since he still had to train in it. Its everything that happens after.
He acquires these conquest powers, Gauntlet that was made by a god like dragon an obviously OP item. Then he gets a piece of the heart of another godlike dragon which powers him up and gives him a whole bunch of levels (did I mention there were levels?). After that he goes into a battle that he get another power boost from. These latest chapters he meets someone who gives him a super awesome technique (again for "reasons") and he somehow combines this technique with another to create a technique even MORE powerful then the other two previous S rank techniques.
My one real gripe that bothered me about the story is the extreme nationalism the author creates despite the situation seeming like it should have the opposite effect. The MC in the beginning is constantly talking about his love for his country it gets kind of nauseating after a while. It's made even more annoying when the story is on the galactic scale but he's still f**king talking about china.
The princess tries to poison and then kill the MC (for the second time) so he won't be a threat to her family even though they're the reason for the whole beef. In the end, the poison is swapped and the effect it has on women is different from men. It makes women horny (I know corny) in the end she'll die if she doesn't have s*x and her servant begs the MC to save her (I know contrived). Still given the scenario and circumstance it's not rape.