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Stop, Friendly Fire!
October 18, 2018
Status: c5
Sorry to be the guy that shits on the new novel but, for these 25 chapters (each 'part' is as long as a normal chapter) I've felt like I was reading a videogame log.

To be more specific, a MMORPG log.

The MC transmigrates as a skeleton hero to purge the undead and so far he just kills monsters, gains skills and stats. The skill list gets longer until you're just bored to read everything once the status screen shows up.

Stats are also just numbers that mean very little to the story,... more>> serving only to compare the MC strength with that of the next monsters. There is no story so far and also no characters. His only interactions are with some other heroes in a chat ability he gets, but even that is quite mild. Just a bunch of random people talking in a chat about levels, quests and itens. The only difference with a common MMO chat is the lack of spammers selling and buying game currency.

The translation is great as most novels in wuxiaworld are, but unfortunately I can't recommend this, unless you enjoy reading about a skeleton mindless killing mindless monster mobs and getting their skills with endless repetition.

But hey, a lot of people love "Kumu Desu ga, Nani Ka" while I find it boring and repetitive, so maybe you'll like this too, which is, in my opinion, very similar. <<less
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Trash of the Count’s Family
October 29, 2018
Status: c54
Got really disapointed with this novel and it really doesn't deserve the current 4+ stars. My one star is for balance.

To sum in a few words this novel has too much foreshadowing and too much tell but don't show.

MC knows what will happen and who the important characters are, so EVERYTIME he is going somewhere or doing something, you'll read about what a certain place is and how it's important to the PREVIOUS story, then when he meets any characters the same will happen, a long exposition about that characters... more>> part in the previous story.

This will leave very little room for any actual story where the current MC actually does something. The information about places and people also gets repeated every few chapters, which makes it even worse.

Added to SHORT CHAPTERS and several useless conversations (like the MC trading pleasantries with nobles one too many times, or talking rubish with his butlers or even having descriptions of one too many meals) this novel becomes quite annoying to anyone following it daily.

So, although I really liked it at first, after 54 chapters I realized this pattern and how the story doesn't flow and is always locked in this tell but don't show routine about the previous story instead of focusing on the current one.

In all these chapters we already met several characters and places (in the dozens really) but very little happens in these places and with these characters. So little that you could sum it up in a paragraph. The remaining written content are the examples that I gave above, talks about what that character or place meant to the previous story.

If you are bored I can advise you to read it, but for fcks sake, don't do it one chapter at a time like I did and be warned that it will be a slow burn kind of story.

If you have a lot of chapters you can at least speed though them while ignoring all the foreshadowing, but if you read one chapter a day, only a few lines of actual story will remain.

Reading this one chapter a day was a really disapointing experience for me so I wanted to share. <<less
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To Be a Power in the Shadows!
June 16, 2018
Status: c86
Supreme Chuunibyou should be the name of this novel. Overpowered but boring MC that keeps doing things just because he thinks it's cool like a kid.
He dreams to be some kind of ruler in the darkness but does everything in a flashy hero-like way delivering cliche punch lines.

He's obtuse and dumb but does everything right by accident (throwing knife at map and discovering kidnappers hideout, always doing something random that saves the day), except when he's fighting, because then he is god incarnated and no one can hold a... more>> candle to him with no explanation but 'because he's strong'.

Was a little funny at first time but got boring quick. Really overrated series.

Edit: I just wanted to add that my biggest problem with this novel is the fact that midst everything I've said above, there is a serious plot. If this was a pure slapstick comedy it would be fine, but the fact that the author joined the absurd with a serious plot (expecting us to care about it) broke everything apart. <<less
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Transmigration with QQ Farm
January 2, 2019
Status: c16 part1
The story is not that bad but there are too many red flags to keep following this.

Edit: They started releasing one chapter per day, so point 1 doesn't matter anymore. Yay!
First: Chapter lenght and release date. Chapters are short but are divided in parts, making them really really short. If it was divided only for the extra ads to help the translator website it would be fine, I have no problem clicking a little links to help them host their site, but it's actually released at 1 part per 2 days. You'll read 1/3 or 1/2 of a chapter every odd day. That's bad.

Second: Pacing. In these short 16 chaps nothing much happens. Apparently there are cultivation, magical beasts and fantasy in the world, but so far the story... more>> is about her feeding the family of five with things from the farm cheat. There are hints about her family being fallen from grace but most of it was going into the mountain to harvest herbs.

Third: Bad Cheat Development. The QQ farm was supposed to be the hook of the novel but it boringly easy to do anything with it. She can harvest 3 times a day, the farming/harvesting is automatic, animals grow in one day. The progression is ridiculously easy: Every extra thing she adds to the farm gains her 1 or more levels and more fields. She can capture hostile animals automaticaly without even fighting or subduing them. And the shop gives her anything she wants without any hassle.

Overall, this doesn't seem like a novel you should follow daily but maybe read in one sitting if it ever finishes. <<less
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The Simple Job of Only Perishing to the Hero
August 21, 2018
Status: c40
Too many expositions, too little story.

Be prepared for several paragraphs of random explanations between a single line of dialogue and full chapters of explanations of random things that don't really add to the story.

The pace is weird, being really fast and choppy at some points like the initial development of the dark continent, and really slow in others where the MC takes several chapters walking down a street buying things or having a simple conversation that means little to the plot.

His powers aren't really explained. He's a SSS ranked and... more>> kick ass at magic, but can also create fully intelligent races in a few minutes like a god? It's kind of weird and we don't know what are the limits of his strength. So far there's also no challenge and he and his maids just kill everything because 'they're strong' and that's it.

The premise was nice, but the execution and writing was really poor. <<less
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Jujutsushi Wa Yuusha Ni Narenai
June 24, 2018
Status: --
Why this is bad:

  • MC is beta JP male that gets beaten and bullied without even trying to run/hit the opponent back.
  • Long exposure/ramblings/useless info dump/internal dialogues that takes most of the written content. Plot is painfully slow because of it.
  • Several POV of characters that we don't care about slowing the plot even further. Btw everyone is stronger than the MC in every way, skill and self-worth wise.
  • There's no tactical thinking or smart MC as in some reviews. He's just some wimpy kid that figures some way to use things at hand that are perfect for the situation because 'plot'.
    • Spoiler

      putting poison mushroom he found a few chapters ago in food of bear monster is not award winning feat

  • For the most part you're cheering for the monsters because all characters are unlikeable.
  • Love interest is a big, fat and shy girl with a battle oriented vocation. Every interaction of the MC with women is the usual horny with anything cliche. There's even sexual tension when he's looking at the panties of the fully dismenbered body of a classmate that's getting eaten by monsters. WTF.
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Running Away From The Hero! (Remake)
July 19, 2018
Status: c20
I really wanted to like this, but it's boring.

  • POVs are all over the place, going forward and back on the time line, making it confusing and unfocused.
  • MC has 40 year time skip from being a farmer to a 'drill sergeant' for an evil corporation in a few paragraphs.
  • Things that would be a nice plot twist are instead explained in a dumb POV internal monologue.
  • Several POVs of the same scene, including from side and unimportant characters.
  • For more than 20 chapters he's training a new class and nothing really happens.
So much wrong... more>> in so few chapters. Could be forgiven if the story was nice, but it's not. <<less
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Show Me the Money
August 10, 2018
Status: c52
This is a 3.5/5. I gave it a 5 since there are one too many trolls giving it a 1 or 2, which the novel doesn't deserve.

As far as chap 52 the novel is about a naughty Fatty that plays a VRMMO and solo boss monsters in interesting ways. Traps mostly, but interesting still.

The novel is not good in character development. Everyone is an asshole, the MC included, and specially the first female lead, Liu Lan: she's just a bully and unliakable bitch. Character interactions are just disputes for bosses... more>> between guilds or ways to level up and get loot.

Also there's a little to much grind and not enough story. Fatty is playing just for money, and so far there's just no reason / drama / suspense aside from whether he'll die and lose a level and the boss (that'll just respawn later).

Nevertheless it's still a good novel to waste time so far, not worth of the several poor ratings, specially in a website like NU with so many shitty copy&paste xianxias with high ratings.

Finally, good work by the translators with several releases and good translation. Chapters are not short and without too many useless expositions. <<less
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Common Sense of a Duke’s Daughter
July 20, 2018
Status: c150
Started well, became boring and stale at later chapters.

It seems like the author is milking the plot as much as he can with fillers. He set up all these nice scenarios about politics, wars and intrigue, but doesn't seem inclined to follow through with any.

Prepare yourself for dozens of chapters with lots of talks about how the character is feeling, inner monologues or random POVs that adds nothing to the plot.

About Translators: AsianHobbyist divided each chapter into 3 parts and had slow releases. Djurasico made a lot of releases but... more>> it's bad MTL. Meaning, both are far from good and make things worse for a novel that was already going sour with its plot.

Tried to give this a second chance, got even more frustrated.

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Another World’s Versatile Crafting Master
February 27, 2019
Status: c23
Cliche wish fulfillment Xuanhuan poorly disguised as western fantasy.

Although MC came from a game, there are no LITRPG elements. Most reasonings that came from the game also make no sense. He got a legendary smurf character though luck on char creation. His level 1 smurf that has all crafting skills is equipped with legendary equipment used for battle. He didn't have an inventory but an ilimited space ring inside the game. That's not how MMO games work...

There's no mana, MP, levels or anything like that. He has something called mental... more>> strength to cast spells and it comes from cultivation. Higher mental strength = more or higher level spells. Upon arrival he's conveniently at the house of an old master who teaches him spells and cultivation techniques.

He's also extremely talented in mental strength, has super intelligence and comprehension skills because... he's the MC? The smurf avatar was super duper overpowered though luck? Who knows...

The crafting part is useless and his power doesn't come from any of it. It's just an excuse for the author to give him fame and money fast. It's usually like "He crafted potion X and sold it for Y during Z time" and done.

He kills strong monsters like manticores, wyverns and other in the firsts chapters with only level 1 spells in a boring way. There's no element hierarchy or interesting spell casting. Kinda like reading the log of a turn based rpg where the MC has 100% dodge rate and plot armor.

But the actual first villain which the story delves into is a sh*t for brains Young Master that wants to kill the MC, because some random girl have the hots for him. He's also will use the entire might of his family to crush the MC for such a petty reason.

Pretty sure that this will keep following the standard formula but I don't intend to find out if it'll get better, since it has been terrible so far. Don't recommend. <<less
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Hyaku Ma No Aruji
October 1, 2018
Status: c46
Having read some nice reviews I decided to take a shot at this novel. Unfortunately I cannot recommend it.

The pacing is too slow, and a interesting premise is thrown out of the window devolving the story into a boring and tiresome cliche isekai.

Every single action is stretched down with a lot of meaningless exposition and useless chatter during improper times. Too many characters and plots are thrown at us too many times, without any of them going forward.

... more>>

In all these chapters, the MC gets reborn, trained by more than 90 spirits, they pass on, he met another 21 demon lords, goes down the mountain while escaping an army, runs towards a city with these demon lords, then towards another country. That's all that happens in 40+ chapters

We also get some POVs about a prince trying to coup his father/king and some Povs about the villain Sirius that's chasing them. Also a POV of 3 kings that had nothing to do with the story so far.


There were 90+ spirits but we barely learned about 5 of them. The rest are just extras. Same for the 21 demon lords. 7-8 are characters and the rest are extras.


I though it would be a story about the MC solving the regrets of the heroic spirits, but the deux ex machina was too stronk and they all solved their regrets just by raising the MC and passing their techniques because 'reasons'. (But if any person climbed the mountains they would be killed instead of gaining their techniques?)

In the end of the first arc he gets a free pass like any common isekai to live freely like he wants with all these amazing superpowers.


I mean, the premise built on the whole first arc is thrown away, and then the story just drags on too much and you get irritated by it.

Nothing important happens for several chapters and we're just reading about the same characters arguing about mundane things among themselves, even right in the middle of a battle.

Or the same things about how demon lords are persecuted being repeated for the 100th time.

In the end the "trained by 99 heroic spirits" is just an excuse for the MC to have any 'deux ex machina power' he'll need for any situation. And the "save the demon lords" trope is just an excuse for a bunch of people to travel together and interact. And most of these people are cute girls as in any japanese novel.

Also the MC is a vegetarian beta male that doesn't kill even in war scenarios. He is overpowered and naive, even after being reincanated, lived for more than 15 years and taught by so many betrayed heroes.

Overall, didn't have fun reading this. Didn't like the MC or the characters that just pop out of nowhere all at the same time and glued to the MC for no reason and spend most of the written content arguing about silly things. <<less
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Argh... I guess I'm too progressive for this novel.

The MC is a female transmigrator in a medieval europe settings. You think she would be against arranged marriages, or use her knowledge to be independent, take over the Fief or even find her own path.

Not this MC, she immediately accepts her role as an unimportant woman in a medieval society that is a tool for the family and must get thinner to find a husband and therefore be 'successful' in life.

She has no problem with her cousin taking over the earldom... more>> that belonged to her father and threatens to send her away unless she finds a fiance by 15. Meaning, GTFO or be my political tool. The MC: Okay, I'll marry any person that wants fatty me!

He also uses her 'inventions' to make a profit and she asks for nothing in return. Being fat also equals to being human scum in this novel. Because she's fat she's entitled to nothing and unless women are pretty they are useless and will be shunned by all.

The only value discussed for female characters is if they're pretty or not. Frankly, this is a disturbing view from the author and I couldn't get past it, even if the story is lighthearted. Would expect this from Harems but not from Shoujo novels.

That being said, the pacing is slow. Chap 50 she's 14 and the story from the game hasn't even started. Translation is also slow. Can't recommend this.

Edit: Someone picked this up and translations became quite faster. <<less
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Like reading a manga... without any pictures.

Chapters are short, descriptions are minimal to non existant. There is pratically no worldbuilding. Battles are lackluster and done in one or two sentences, and most of the written content are meaningless generic dialogues between the characters.

Aside from the dialogue almost everything else is 'tell but don't show'.

This feels void, empty and lackluster. A summary of an idea that could be good if developed properly, but useless as it is right now.
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The Defeated Dragon
September 19, 2018
Status: c58
A kingdom building story that became dull quite fast with a boring MC that is like a robot in auto preservation mode.

MC transmigrated as a baron and, despised by his father, was given a shitty run down place to govern. It's middle ages with magic but we seldom see any magical things and everything is pretty mundane.

MC is coward and just wants to enjoy the life of an aristocrat. Those are his only reasons to develop his territory.

He doesn't give a sh*t about anyone but himself and can't even love... more>> the dog he's raising from a puppy, saying that it can die at any moment and he'll just eat it.

Author also nitpicks too much with small unimportant details like 2-3 chapters of new servants selection that will never be used again in the story. The story is slow paced because of these kind of things.

Read only if you're bored and have already read Release that Witch. <<less
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Mechanical God Emperor
December 26, 2018
Status: c87
This is not a mecha novel. This is a Warlock of the Magus World Clone.

MC transmigrate with a free super AI that can construct battle robots like skynet.

The firsts dozen chapters are really fast paced, and it's about the MC using his cheat, building robots and conquering land. The battles are lackluster and too one sided. Soon he's already a landlord capable of facing entire countries.

Eventually he goes into a school to become a Warlock, and most of the written content becomes him talking about spells and cultivation and dealing... more>> with stronger warlocks, etc. The WMW clone part.

Nevertheless, when it's battle time, his robots will still show up to kill everything making all things related to Warlocks kind of meaningless and a waste of time until the point where I was reading. He doesn't use mechas btw, the robots are automated and work in swarm tactics. By chap 80 he already had something close to 500k robots which is just absurd.

MC is a psycopath, killing all and any without remorse for the simplest insult or challenge to his authority, except if it's a pretty girl, then even if she tried and almost killed him, she'll get a pass to join his harem. By torture or threat of death, of course. It's a f**k or die kind of thing, which is, you know... rape.

This is a terrible novel in all regards, wether it's the MC's disgusting behaviour, or the lack of consistency in it's theme. I suggest you don't waste your time with this as there's no redeeming quality whatsoever. <<less
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Master of Untold Daos
August 14, 2019
Status: c33
Too random and fast paced. The Author doesn't know if this is a comedy/parody or a standard action xuanhuan.

A guy transmigrates into a cultivation novel as a mob and it's trying to become the MC's master to protect his own ass. The beginning was funny and I loved it. He mocks the cliches while taking advantage of them to remove his death flags.

It would be an amazing novel it kept following this formula. A dumb but funny comedy about xuanhuan. Yet, the real MC suddenly turns into a General/God of... more>> War and kills a hundred thousand soldiers in a war. He's in the sect, suddenly assassins, suddenly again he has 30 thousands troops and boom, large scale war. It's a serious and gory war that doesn't has a drop of comedy and I got myself thinking I was reading another novel entirely. Then he comes back to the sect and there's a skit with a classical competition where there's a little comedy, but then, suddenly, AGAIN, beasts starts attacking the sect from nowhere and a serious saga where he pretends to be a transformed crow starts.

It's absolutely random, with no hook between these plot points, and this was only until chapter 25, so you can imagine how fast paced it is. Every power he has seems a little too convenient and smells like plot armor. He found a power to fake being a transformed beast right before this random attack began where he needed such a power to stop the attack and infiltrate the beasts. All attackers are exactly 1 level bellow or at his level of cultivation, etc. Okay for comedy, not okay for a serious plot. Wrap all this up with a System that gives him all the powers and missions he has, but nothing is said or explained of why this System exists in the first place, and now you know what this novel is all about.

If this was a pure comedy, it would be good. If it was a serious action novel without the absurdity and plot holes the comedy part brings, it might also have been good. But mixing both made things bad. It feels like eating ice cream with ketchup, or something like that.

Maybe if the comedy aspect was lighter and brought less absurdity, this could also be better, similar to Library of Heaven's Path. There's comedy there but it not to the point of absurdity or slapstick comedy.

Here the first disciple has a 'Falling from Cliffs' skill and the MC lets her fall from a cliff because characters always level up after falling from cliffs. That's funny in a dumb way, but if there's a serious plot where she uses the powers from falling from 100 cliffs in a dramatic and gory way, it becomes stupid, not in a funny way. <<less
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August 3, 2019
Status: c38
When you read about a transmigration into a mob character, you'd expect a subversion of the original theme and/or story. A clash with the original MC and all. There's none here.

It's just a replacement of the original MC with the new transmigrator MC. The stupid harem plot devices being mocked a few paragraphs before still happens to the new MC right after being mentioned: Girls coming to live with him for little to no reason, accidents where he fondles a girl's ass and boobs, several beautiful women gravitating around him... more>> by 'chance', excessive convenience and coincidence with every encounter he has, etc.

This is a typical japanese Harem with flat characters, unreasonable cliche plot devices and a dense MC with no agency that it's always at the right place at the right time. It's not a satire where a mob characters sees and/or subverts the absurdity of a harem plot devices.

I don't like this typical Japanese Harem Formula at all, but a lot of people do, and it's ultimately a problem of the 'transmigration into mob character' that can give a wrong expectation, hence why I chose not to rank it.

Edit: I lasted until chapter 40 before completely dropping, hoping the novel would get better or that the action/fantasy parts began. Well, they didn't.

There was 1 action scene at the start and everything else was the MC meeting and having slice of life moments with all kinds of women, where all the cliches I've said above kept happening.

I'd just add 'entering the bathroom to catch one of the women undressed' to the list, since it happened 2 times already. No plot whatsoever in 40 chapters except (.) (.) plot <<less
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The Good for Nothing Seventh Young Lady
August 3, 2018
Status: c100
It's very hard to keep your interest in this novel. Mainly because how it's structured. Kinda like this:

    • 60% internal monologues from the characters in the scene
    • 30% meaningless exposition
    • 10% story
The pacing is too damn slow, the scenes get cut all the time with the random content, chapters are really short. Fillers and more fillers for word count purposes.

A simple meeting in the begining took about 11 chapters, for example.

In comparison, things that would be interesting, like the stealing, are done in one paragraph with just a quote "The little thief went into house X, and stole things Y, Z, W." and that's it.

But if the little annoying cousin got angry and jealous for the thousandth time, we'll read it in a rant of 3 or more paragraphs in between a dialog... yet again.

MC did something amazing? Why don't we spend 3 chapters with only the internal thoughs of side characters calling her an idiot and being in awe of the situation? (this actually happened)

I like the MC, though. She's not keen on killing everyone and she's smart to bid her time and lay low. That's why I lasted for so long, but damn, it's so hard to keep reading. I caught myself just skipping several paragraphs all the time and finishing a chapter in less than a few minutes, but then I missed some important info amidst all the garbage, got lost and had to go back.

I cannot understand these high ratings at all. Be warned.
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Dragon Ball Z: Attack of Raditz
May 1, 2019
Status: c35
If you think this might be a series that corrects Dragon Ball Z faults, you'll be disappointed.

All the mistakes are repeated, except Raditz is in the party and the movies are suddenly canon now.

It's still all about the saiyans, everyone else is weak and pretty much useless. Side characters don't matter and it's all about Goku and Vegeta but also Raditz right now.

Yet suddenly:

... more>>

during the Vegeta fight, Turtles appeared from nowhere and the plot of tree of might started. No tension, no explanation or nothing. It was a "Here comes a new challenger" kind of moment. There were also a lot of fodder characters to the already silent Z fighters to deal with, since the fight against Vegeta was too one sided


At least the novel has been acurate so far in terms of abilities and power levels (even though I dislike the use of the latter), and there are a lot of battles, which should be good for the fans. That's why I gave it a 3. But it's still all about punches, kicks and Ki blasts. There are no interesting uses of techniques.

Know that it doesn't add anything new. The same, but with Raditz, slightly different battles and 'Here comes a new challenger' trope which was quite bad.

The worst in my opinion, though, is the transmigration. Why not just give us a alternate timeline where Raditz doesn't die and becomes one of the Z fighters? It's far better than a random soul taking over his body, which has no meaning to the plot except of knowing the future.

Which brings a lot of new plot holes like how the random guy aclimated so quickly to killing the inocent frog race at the begining, or how he not only turned into a martial artist so fast and also became stronger than previous Raditz. Or how he developed Ki sense by himself, how can he kill humans without blinking, and stuff like that. All poor plot choices, in my opinion. The MC also has no personality and his motivations are too simple 'To not die to Frieza'.

I would like a story where the 'real' Raditz lived and how this fact changed the story altogether, his motivations, his relationship with Goku, his shortcomings, strengths and personality, yet there's none of that.

This feels like the Xenoverse Game, where someone picked Raditz as a character and is doing Story Mode, but to keep things from being too boring, random enemies from the movies appear from nowhere to 'spice' the battles we already know the results of. <<less
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Mesmerizing Ghost Doctor
September 3, 2018
Status: c272
Edit: Misty Cloud Translations is dead. Webnovel took this over and the speed is now quite better, so everything bellow doesn't apply to the new translators. Story is still 'meh', but at least now you have a chance to finish it.

Don't be stupid like me. I've read 3 novels from this translators before realizing something crucial.

4814 chapters (ongoing) and one chapter per 2-3 days (lets round it for 2) equals 9084 days until it catches up or 24, 88 years. Even if they decide to release 1 per day, it's... more>> 12, 44 years we're talking about.

Keep in mind that this novel is being translated since 04/2017 and has less than 280 chapters released at 09/2018, more than 500 days have gone by.

They ask for about 18 bucks for extra releases, so don't wait for something like 2k sponsored chapters because it would cost 36k usd in donations.

This means that we'll never finish these stories, so think about that before you start reading.

To make things worse, each chapter is always really small. The guy must be charging a dolar for each line translated. All novels I've read from them follow the same procedure.

Also, instead of focusing on one novel, they keep adding new novels to their site and keep the release pace so they can hook more fools that didn't like the previous novels, while milking the current ones.

As for the story of this one, it's nothing special, not good and not too bad. There are several plot holes, childish romance and simplistic battles. The MC is some peerless and agile killer when facing enemies but clumsy kid when close to the ML for sake of constantly tripping and having excuses to have physical contact with him. Her medical abilities makes no sense and came from nowhere. There are also abundant cliches that you have seen so many times in other novels.

The story is just meh, but at least this opened my eyes to the scam-like atitude of this translators. My advice is to keep away from anything released from Misty Cloud Translations. <<less
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