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mishafond rated it
Nurturing the Hero to Avoid Death
November 12, 2018
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On a positive, thanks to the translators for picking this up for others to read.

I liked how it was set in a fantasy world with fantasy elements. In that regard I quite liked the imaginary aspects of it such as the locations and how the world was set out.

What I didn't like about this mainly about how the Author thought up the MC :

  1. The MC lacked conviction:

    He was literally cannon fodder. Useless and boring. Not being the villain he should have been at all.

  2. I wanted an MC that did his role properly as the villain and instead

    he just ends up going the cliche route with these kind of novels. MC is good in real life > transmigrates into a villain role > does not act like a villain > Useless, unassertive and no clear role except being "Pure/Righteous" and doing an awful role at being despicable and stuttering all the time. (You get a sense that the MC is air headed, sheltered, and needs to have his hand held all the time. Not my cup of tea.

  3. The chapters are long (I like long chapters if a story is good) however, they are absolutely boring.
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