First of all, we start with a fresh beginning with the dungeon system that we all know and love with some minor differences. Nothing new but a working formula, it was alright but nothing amazing. Then the novel becomes a rinse & repeat.
We have the MC discovering that fully farming a boss gets you a special price. It is interesting at few occurrences but then you discover it is the same thing since dungeon 5. Right now he just finished dungeon 50 I think, same formula for the dungeon as dungeon 5, so the author has repeated that around 10 times now.
That's minus points but it doesn't fail the novel. After all it can still be good with a repeated formula, only 1 problem which is the fact that the author decides not to create a sense of danger/urgency/.... (feeling that gets the reader running some adrenaline), basically from reading chapter 5 I knew what would happen in chapter 50 since he doesn't change anything. He adds new components to the story but never decides to have someone die/MC lose/ MC in any proper danger.
And the worst problem of the story, the ladies. Their function is to fall in love with yer boi MC. I think its like 5/6 people who have fallen for him already in a bit more than 100 chapters. There isn't even any plot or reasons for it, just the author tells us how the "Hero" of a world has much higher charm than other people to hide his plothole which is the fact that all the girls, no matter their age, are all pure and never been in a relationship/or off a relationship for 1000's of years like that Lorretta bitch but the second the MC appears and says hi, they want to climb into his bed. Forget your personality/ feelings, this guy has high charm so you will fall for him in 1 chapter of meeting him.
one of MC's troops die. This isn't that surprising since it is war and usually authors use this as a plot device to further the MC's personality, to make the MC more mature. Two problems with that in this novel, first of all the guy who dies is one basically introduced to the readers just 1 chapter prior (ish) and not even in that much detail. And yet when he dies, despite being someone who was clearly not close to the MC, he gets emotionally depressed and starts crying and sht. And yet, even after that, his personality hasn't changed at all so why the f*** did the author include that. It served no purpose and entertained nobody.
Basically the man girl wanted to kill the MC. In the end, despite all her attempts, the MC forgives her. So many people whining about how that is unmanlylike and "What the hell man. He even apologized first? About to drop this harder than the trumpet in Freaks".
Jeez, I think most readers are so used to the eyecandy super cool arrogant MC that they forget the good part of human nature. First of all, he is the one who attacked the main girl for no reason and further furled it, even if it be accidents. And I respect the MC for not slapping her face of and making her desperate as he was the one who started the fight and its nice that he admitted his faults, which I mind blowing that others dislike such scenario.