A Wizard’s Secret

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Anyone who could construct a stable Spell Model could become a Wizard — that was the Wizards’ ultimate secret! Having been given a new life as the son of an aristocrat and armed with a super quantum computer from his past life, Spell Models came as easily as breathing to Merlin. With this overwhelmingly huge advantage, would Merlin become the greatest Grand Wizard of all time?

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法师奥义
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Recommendations
Warlock of the Magus World (3)
The Wizard World (2)
Age of Adepts (2)
Way of the Devil (1)
A Sorcerer’s Journey (1)

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ResidentialPsycho
New ResidentialPsycho rated it
February 14, 2019
Status: c12
I have endured reading the first twelve chapters of this, hoping the story would improve or get a move on. Significant sections of the chapter describe women's breasts (including the MC's sister's and a young girl's who gets molested by the MC's friend) or legs, but faces and attire aren't described. Why is there a hot water tap in a castle? Do they even have running water? Isn't this a medieval setting?

The writing is incredibly redundant, reminding us about the MC's memory problems every couple of paragraphs. The explanations for... more>> the setting aren't clear, and the MC hasn't investigated his background or anything. His friends never wonder why he's acting so unlike himself.

The plot holes are so extensive that I can't bear to read anymore. Not recommended.

There are also missing words by the translator filled in with "..." <<less
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Sircus
New Sircus rated it
February 11, 2019
Status: Completed
I liked it in general, a decent 3 star. While it has a slightly rushed ending, it has one. I would personally have preferred it ending about 50 chapters earlier ... more>>
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when the MC met Orenba who had guided his path. It was hinted earlier that Orenba was the only latitude traveler and that he had been trying the uplift others to reach his strenght but had always failed. The last 50 chapters changes it to much compared to what was said/implied earlier. Would have been a better ending there.

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As for the central theme of the novel, the biochip, it totally doesn't get the spotlight it deserves, it´s mostly used as a glorified calculator.

What could have been better was a true reflection of the brutality occurring in pursuit of strength. Here it´s mostly glossed over with endless resources and knowledge everywhere. Due to this, I would dub this story the shounen version of WMW. It´s not a clone though even if they share many of the same elements, the story has its own unique storyline. <<less
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novaes
novaes rated it
February 8, 2019
Status: c21
Edit: As of ch50: There are way more plot holes and conveniences to come and the writing is a broken mess. But IF you can adapt to the terrible writing I guess I can see people reading this (since a lot of us NUbs consume trash novels religiously). It's still bad, though.

What started off as an interesting, if unoriginal story turned into total crap by what is quite possibly the biggest bullsh*t out-of-nowhere display of PLOT I've ever seen.

Story: A young man awakens to find himself transmigrated into a new... more>> world in a new body. He seeks to understand the world around him with his sketchy, unreliable memories only to realize this new world is one full of mysterious, supernatural powers, mystical knowledge, forgotten dynasties and even hints of great, unknown machinations at play! What does this new world hold for him? Perhaps he can find out as he carves out his own path- BRRRRRRRT ERROR!

AUTHOR LAZINESS DETECTED!

INITIATE PLAGIARISM MODE: QUANTUM COMPUTER INSTALLING... BRRRRT ERROR-

STORY CONTINUITY BROKEN... IGNORING... IGNORING... CONGRATULATIONS, YOUR BRAND NEW DEUS EX MACHINA HAS BEEN FULLY INSTALLED!

Either the translator is just outright skipping giant chunks of the story or this son of a biscuit author just reached right down and pulled out a giant load of crap from his trousers. It came completely out of nowhere!

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FrozenSoul
FrozenSoul rated it
February 9, 2019
Status: c170
Although it seems like this novel plagiarized from other biochip novels, it's actually not true. This novel came out before most (age of adept 2016, wmw 2015, advent of archeage 2016, mage revolt 2016). If it copied any novel it's probably wizard world 2012 (which I'm sure the others also took inspiration from).

On a serious note of you've read all the books that came after this novel then you would notice similarities. So far I'm reading raws and I'm in the 100s and I can tell that it's not as... more>> great as the others but it's ok, if you have nothing to read and looking for another biochip novel.

But be warned the author repeats himself so much that you'll be reading the same sentence as least 3 times per chapter (just in different wording). I'll update when I go any higher or decide to drop. <<less
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orario
orario
February 11, 2019
Status: --
It doesn't really matter which novel came first, the point is that there already are 2 other novels translated with identical premises...

Either way, so many Chinese authors seem to have no sense of shame nor any common sense whatsoever. To blatantly and repeatedly copy a plot like that.... despite all the bullsh*tting in CN about "face" and sh*t, they appear to not give a damn that they look like the biggest buffons in industry
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