Doomsday Lord


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The world had started doomsday, and I struggled for a year, before I died under an enchanted beast’s claw. Heaven has given me another chance, back a day before the end happen. Will I be able to change my fate, and that of my loved ones? Now, I will start my journey on becoming the strongest on the planet that the Gods have changed into a game world.

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Doom Lord
Tận Thế Lãnh Chúa
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New bthnccklr rated it
July 15, 2020
Status: c176
There are great reviews about "how bad this novel" for an example tyes77 and Grim_Dawn's review. I want to add something alongside theirs. After all the bad things, there is another for level system lovers. In this novel, level system s*upid and meaningless. You have to medidate 4 hours everyday and its determined how much you'll get and how much you'll be strong and this makes it meaningless. Its like; suppose A character and B character at same level then they are almost same person, same skills, same stats. There... more>> are unique items and skills or some crap about talent level but they are all about numbers, noting more.

Lets compare level systems; an another litrpg novel, there are more specific stats with skill and skill levels and its about how hardworker you are. Your int stat makes difference, another person's charisma stat again makes difference in another point of view and so skills. Some gets better at blacksmithing, some gets better at archery and in archery itself; some gets better at sniping, some at aoe, some at dps, some at attackspeed etc etc but in this novel, its make no difference. At some point, author says "hey, this guy A talent with sniping so accept that" and then make that character sniper suddenly. This isnt how variation works. This novel couldnt make it and it feels like every character copy paste each other with some random talent levels which works worse than some crap cn wuxia novel's talent degrees. <<less
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Slimikyi rated it
May 24, 2016
Status: c856
So somebody finally decided to try to translate this. I rounded up to a 3 for 'I like it'. I am feeling generous today.

It has the typical reincarnation into the past in an apocalyptic scenario. But the twist is that it is 99% integrated as a mmorpg/city building game. My favourite aspect is the city building and upgrade part. There is a main class for killing stuff and a secondary class for crafts. There are also unique classes and unlockable classes for the public too. It is fun.
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But there are issues. The author is plain TERRIBLE with romance and endings. I read his previous work and it is just initimacy with a single potential lover. There are some signs of crush or favourness but that is all. The endings, this and the previous novel, ended very abruptly. It felt like he lost interest in continuing but did so only to finish it.

His previous work:
He wrote another novel that was also game-like but with the three kingdom theme. It had the SAME style, half ass romance with excuses and rushed poorly written ending.

He literally had like no romantic scenes with the girl. The girl just waited for him and waited for him and waited till the last chapters. And then, their supposedly mutual feelings are known and accepted. So when the novel was ending, the author crammed their "romance" in like two lines. They got married and lived happily ever after.


In short, it had a:
1. Fun start.
2. Decent and enjoyable progress.
3. Declining or deteriorating climax.
4. Shitty end.

Lastly, whoever named this as 'Doom Lord' should just take a shotgun and just start shooting his/her feet then legs then between the legs then the stomach then the chest and finally, the head. This 'translator', aka butcherer, turned a world saviour into a demonic lord. <<less
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Grim_Dawn rated it
May 21, 2017
Status: c300
It was interesting a bit in the beginning but then it becomes way too boring and idiotic. MC is just s*upid and the author is an idiot praising MC for being ahead of everyone and let everyone catch upto him in 1 month, contradicting himself. The author contradicts himself a lot. The author also throws around numbers and stats really doesn't matter very much.

Another example is the author says
  • MC will be cold blooded
  • He says he will not care about anyone much and then ends up saving people who he doesn't
    even know, in thousands.
  • Says it's a dog eat dog world and you can trust no one here. Then he makes a guy head of his station (his second village) who he has known only for few hours. Makes another woman village head of a different station just after knowing her for 10 minutes (I think it was even less then that).
  • Refuses to save people who live in different cities who are just 10-15km away coz they might not be alive just after couple of days after apocalypse, then to save the female lead parents, just 2 people, he travels about 200 km 2 months after apocalypse.
  • MC is a s*upid sh*t lord, simple as that.
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clementtng rated it
May 17, 2016
Status: c40
40 chapters in the raws. The story is ok with nothing mind blowing nor anything different. It's your typical time travelling with old memories changing future plot. Would not recommend reading the "translated" English version as it is a mtl with 0 editing and quite a bit of information is either misrepresented or missing entirely.
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tyes77 rated it
January 10, 2017
Status: c250
Apparently this novel seemed to give evidence of a rational MC and his town building. Despite this it quickly grows boring as you'll see the repetition of the MC doing the same actions to grind his city higher. Even with over 250 chapters, somehow the other cities stand close to MC's power despite the MC constantly trying to stunt their growth. Explanations keep going on how it'll matter "later" yet it seems more like someone saving for a retirement plan and continuing to read said story. No sense of urgency... more>> in the novel despite it being an apocalypse that I fell asleep multiple times reading this. The novel is written in a manner of someone writing up his homework 5 minutes before class starts. Wouldn't recommend wasting your time despite its initial premise. <<less
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SunsetChaos rated it
August 25, 2016
Status: c40
Better story and more realistic than God and Devil World at least. I actually like this more than that, even though they're similar stories. This MC doesn't make retarded decisions/actions. And most importantly, less tr*sh characters than in GDW. In fact, I don't think there's any so far.

I was actually surprised on how readable the translation was, given how so many people kept mentioning it, it made me expect it to be as bad as so many of those poorly edited MTL. However, I do agree that the translator butchered... more>> some of the words and sentences.

For example, "Each lifting a small order, enhance magic attack by 3%"

WTF? How did you even translate to something like this? It's obviously supposed to mean something like each increase in order (aka level/rank up). These errors happen a lot. <<less
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Erobos rated it
May 15, 2016
Status: c1
The plot is good, that's what attracted me, sadly its like xxw prior editors came by. The 4 stars is solely plot wise.
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amelya85 rated it
September 11, 2016
Status: c48
It's game world mixed with apocalypse and second chance. I really like this types of genre so I'm giving it 5 star. The story is moving quite quickly and interesting. The MC is using his previous life experience to get territory and I can't wait till the territory get bigger. It's too bad he doesn't have any family as it will be more interesting if he does.
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Guymaioh rated it
September 3, 2016
Status: c40
This is a very good survival novel with the typical character who manages to go back in time, the catch is, it's not by 30, 20 or 10 years, but just 1 - which in fairness is really not that long, however it allows the protagonist to have one hell of a head start.

The MC is astute and understands that he's only going to have an advantage initially so he does everything in order to get as many thanks to prior knowledge! I think, hope and believe this novel will... more>> get better after the 1st year is up - then we'll see what's up ^^ <<less
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craBebe rated it
August 27, 2016
Status: c41
This is your typical "survival apocalypse with rpg elements" novel with the added twist that there's a solid city building element tacked on. I get the feeling that the majority of the bad reviews are coming from the poor translation, and that's warranted. The first 20 or so chapters are really rough, and even at my current point there are still quite a few errors popping up, but grammatical errors aside I'm still really enjoying the read. What saves this novel is the city management aspect, I absolutely love base... more>> builders and this novel manages to scratch that itch better than most other novels out there. It pretty much reads as a city building mmo and that's basically it. If you're looking for basically any of the elements they talk about in a writing class (plot, character development, world building, etc) you're not going to find it here. You will however, find a pretty entertaining city builder read. So if you like upgrades, building construction, recruitment, city defense, territory expansion, and a whole myriad of RPG elements, you'll probably enjoy this read. <<less
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sal rated it
July 10, 2016
Status: c25
Doom lord feel like an interesting story. I like the skills and I will really like to see how the story unfolds. The character of having a second chance is interesting. If you are looking for a kingdom building novel this one shows a lot of promise.
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EvilGenesis666 rated it
October 17, 2017
Status: Completed
The novel was pretty decent. There weren't too much exciting moments, but neither were there disappointing. Recommended if you like slow plot progression.

Good points of the novel:

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1. This is one of those rare novels where in apocalyptic setting humans actually battle monster and other alien species rather than other humans, as I say this, the depictions of human cruelty were realitevely small and nationalism was almost non-existent.

2. MC is pretty good too. One of the most moderate ones out there (in xianxia at least). He isn't a goody two shoes but neither is he going on massive slaughtering sprees. When he goes on to conquer other cities and countries he doesn't just kill off all the opposers, but if you don't join him, you are gonna be defending against alien species all by yourself in the future.

3. Side characters that are close to MC get a decent amount of spotlight, and it's shown how their abilities progressively develop.


Negative points of the novel:


1. The almost non-existent romance (seriously there is even less romance than in Er Gen's novels), though it might not feel so bad, because he didn't really have interaction with any other female character beside his future wife (and even that was in extremely low amounts).

2. There are several skills and artifacts that are valuable and could help him and his city in several situations but aren't even mentioned once more till the end.

3. All the other planets / worlds were left totally unexplored. (The entire story was on Earth, only time he was in other world was trough the instance dungeon and that was for ~15 chapters)

4. Ending was both rushed (many stuff were left unexplained and MC promoted more than 2 major realms in several paragraphs on the last chapter) and open (he just ascended to higher realm with his wife and left to us readers to imagine what kind of adventures he will have there), but again - it might not feel so bad since he basically finished everything he needed to (albeit it was in a few paragraphs of the last chapter)

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Senior Brother
Senior Brother
September 9, 2016
Status: --
A promising story at first, interesting background building, characters until the apocalypse that is. Suddenly the author abandon everything. Whether it's drama, or characters. It just full of killing monster, and the characters is just yes man, exist only to make up the numbers population of the city or town that MC build.

It's like the author fantasy in his own wonderland.
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Llamia rated it
June 5, 2016
Status: c15
The grammar and syntax has vastly improved since c3 I think? But it improves and it is worth reading. Okay, we all know he time travels and has a second chance. Based on that, it has town-building where the MC gathers his close friends and some strangers in order to ensure all of their survival by getting stronger and developing the town that will help strengthen them. He starts off well before anyone else, so we know he might be extra OP in the future, but I like it.
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8Psycho rated it
May 17, 2016
Status: c30
Heavenly Calamity plus settlement management. That's it really, nothing I can say about story, hero everyone know, no gore, no drama, no suspense, no adventure. 30 chapters is all I could take.
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ArgosYesu rated it
January 9, 2017
Status: Completed
Hrm, review had been too long and was more like a summary. I'll just give pros and cons.
Oh, and score is due to the 'TL' of this. Story itself is at least a 4.

MC is a mage.
MC makes very nice use of his future knowledge, though it doesn't last him forever since he only lived 6 months after doomsday.
MC and friends are all quite OP.
Lack of nationalism since it's Earth (or the remnants of it) versus the otherworldly invaders.
The game-like system and subsequent explanation... more>> for it was done nicely.

Romance of any kind, relationships of any kind, ships of any kind, all of them don't exist. It's a sausage fest of MC and monsters he kills.
TL calls this Doom Lord which makes him sound evil, but the actual name is Doomsday Lord as in he's the lord of this place after Doomsday arrives. Basically, wdf is with the name?
Lots of grinding. If MC isn't grinding levels, then he's grinding skills and alchemy.
MC and friends are a bit too OP... steamroll over all Earthlings, so their enemies are just the invaders.
Power growth too fast. It's like everyone is only like level 40, but MC's friends are in the hundreds and MC himself is about to hit max level...

I like the story, I really do. It could be vastly improved, but it's well done for what it is. I wasn't bored when I finished it, and only a bit disappointed due to the romance part. Sighs... that romance... <<less
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Dream Seeker rated it
May 25, 2016
Status: c10
Though at first glace the premise is promising and should be a thrill, Ii's subpar work of an author of an lesson on bad writing along with translation that does not for it. Why minor inconveniences can be ignored such bland usage of English is most disappointing aspects of in this series It's at the level of "I walked the dog" and not "I walked the blue dog". As the reviews below say, this is most boring piece of work.

I do not recommend this series, for anyone.
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TincanTurtle rated it
May 5, 2017
Status: c54
Mmorpg with city building elements. That's pretty much it.

The characters have no depth.

It's like God and Devil World done wrong, no orignality, no substance, no suspense, this story is mediocre at best.
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SilverDawn rated it
May 7, 2017
Status: c200
Endured till chapter 200, it keeps getting boring and boring. Absolutly no logic.

He says how great he is, how fast he did things but on the other hand everyone else pretty easily caught up him and his friends.

Numbers keep floating on air and I doubt author remember what he wrote former chapters.

No personality. All of them are one sited characters. (Even mc)

Nothing exiting. He goes here and there
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Arcwindz rated it
February 19, 2020
Status: Completed
So the novel on the site I'm reading from calls this Doomsday Lord, that makes more sense than Doom Lord. (Be noted that the novel doesn't have the best translation)

This novel is a story about a reincarnated fodder-tier that used his advantages to survive and climb to the top in a modern day Earth where A "God" change the whole world and digitize it into a game like system to evolve humans. It involves a lot of kingdom building rather than leveling. Typical, but fun nonetheless.

The story has a... more>> good premise, but it fails to deliver a concise story. As you read, you'll find that the author really revolve the world around the MC. It's a typical problem with reincarnation novel where the "advantage" will need a break to control the OPness. The "break", unfortunately, result in a very f*ck up situation where it's simply impossible for anyone to survive unless the MC got involved. The whole premise of "evolving humans" doesn't make sense, it's more like a game of death where humans will never be the winner.

To be fair it was okay in the first third of the novel, but it deteriorates on the middle part after the level-jump concept got introduced and totally fall apart during the last third. The author wouldn't even bother showing stats window on the latter part since most of the time things will just go based on feeling like 'faster' or 'stronger'.

The characters are pretty standard, I got no special impression, the MC is calculating and leaning toward the good side. Side characters got some lime light since it's needed for the kingdom building. No harem here, but there is a bit of romance, by a bit, I mean a tiny bit.

The battle is short, this is mostly due to the few number of skills that the MC has. While it avoids a long-winded battle, it makes the battle pattern repetitive. Thankfully the story was fast paced, so I do enjoy the rapid advancement that the MC got rather than being served with chapters of battle scene that only throws a few skills around.

The ending was rushed, short, and left me unsatisfied. It does conclude the story, but it totally feels like the author was rushing to end the novel on turbo mode.


Story (2/5)

MC (2/5)

Side characters (3/5)

Battle (4/5)

Ending (2/5)

2.6 stars, I'll be kind and rate it 3 stars

It's not a good novel, thankfully the first third of the novel and the fast paced tempo help makes this an okay novel instead of a bad one. The main problem with this novel is the lackluster world building that instead of providing a place for the MC, becomes a world built for the MC and the MC only. If you're okay with that, this novel is readable, otherwise you can skip it. <<less
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ReadsWebNovels rated it
November 17, 2017
Status: c108
This is a typical example of good concepts and elements, but mediocre writing. He's an OP character in a novel that focuses on combat, battle, and growing more powerful. He's so OP, even his major followers are so powerful that, in the absence of the MC and his other followers, any one of them could rule unopposed. As a novel with an OP MC, it focuses on all the wrong elements and ignores the elements that would have been interesting, reducing stuff like village development and inter-character relationships to just... more>> an excuse for the MC to grow more powerful or make is followers more powerful. <<less
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