Another World’s Versatile Crafting Master


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Lin Li accidentally enters another world while playing with his smurf mage account just after he maxes out all kinds of crafting skills, bringing with him various top-grade materials. Although his character is practically powerless, what he gains in return is unprecedented magical talent! Can he survive by himself after being thrown into another world?

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hawlol rated it
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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Blisfulloblivion rated it
February 24, 2019
Status: --
This story is a prime example of Gary Stu wish fulfillment. Its the male version of Mary Sue. Almost no actual world building, character development, or proper lead up occurs. The the author just runs from event-to-event showcasing how irrationally awesome our protagonist is.

Story: Self proclaimed otaku who never goes outside suddenly transmigrates as his OP smurf mage mmo character into a unknown fantasy world. Before transmigrating he conveniently transfers a whole acounts worth of rare items to his smurf worth millions of gold, uses it to OP max... more>> all crafting professions to a never before seen godlike level using the never before seen technique of... intentionally failing crafting with high end materials. This is somehow a secret and our MC only has the materials for this from his 2 personal mines and killing a black dragon that gave server-breaking amount of loot. After using his secret technique to level all skill professions in a single sitting he is then immediately sucked into another world. His smurf also has am~a~zing stats~♡. This is already a bit silly but gets worse once the actual story starts.

After waking up to a grumpy old man tries to kick him out only to be wowed by his godlike alchemy knowledge. He takes him as a temp pupil in exchange for alchemy help (since our MC is godlike in all professions). 3 months blaze by with no show just lots of the author stating how amaze-ballz the MC is with his awesome stats. Suddenly the old man gives our MC the boot since after 3 months he has no magic left to teach (even though he stated he only taught him the basics?). Off he goes into the wilderness where after spending months with the old man collecting ingredients and killing monsters he suddenly has no sense of directional awareness? Immediately after his new loss of direction is introduced he happens upon a party of 3 consisting of a hot blonde, her dad, and a mage lusting after the blonde. The blonde is then only refered to by name 2-3 times and is primarily referenced by her physical traits. Our MC then proceeds to self proclaim himself an otaku who has never talked to a pretty girl let alone met one is suddenly a 'lady-killer' and has the following interaction.

"A mage who was powerful yet mysterious, humorous and witty, yet possessed extensive knowledge was a total lady-killer.

The blonde beauty walked with her head down along the forest path, listening to the interesting stories and feeling the manly aura coming from the young mage."

Lol, and on the side the other mage is getting jelly since he saw the 'blonde lady with the slim legs' first. Have to agree with another reviewer on Quidans app "Its like a pair of socielly inept incels trying to out Chad each other".

Translation quality is fine but the story is just bad. <<less
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novaes rated it
April 25, 2019
Status: c86
Legitimately one of the worst novels I've ever read, and it perfectly displays the QUALITY we've come to know and love.

I tried to give it a go, but all it seems to be is another unoriginal, wish-fulfillment, self-insert, indulgent, face-slapping (not) western fantasy where everything exists as a platform to prop up the author's pet gary stu in all his hypocritical glory. Cliche, predictable plot that looks like someone took the worst parts of other bad stories and shoved them together in a crockpot to make this foul crime against... more>> humanity, this mediocre, tastless lump of burned sewage. The whole smurf character plotline just exists as an excuse to make the character pointlessly OP, that's it. That's the entire story. The character is OP. This is the sort of fantasy a 12yo might come up with as he lies in bed, unable to sleep after drinking energy drinks and playing video games all night. Any overlap with western magical tropes and elements is a convenience whose consistency will be outright ignored to, you guessed it, let the character be more OP.

+1 star because at least he's not a p*nisbrained s*xual predator yet. <<less
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