Ex Rank Supporting Role’s Replay in a Prestigious School

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The EX rank cleared the final chapter of the national failed game and became an unnamed supporting character inside the game. Substandard and unmeasurable, the EX rank plays a supporting role with an unknown rank.

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명문고 EX급 조연의 리플레이
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05/09/21 NovelMultiverse c100
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Ed Elric
New Ed Elric rated it
May 7, 2021
Status: c99
the story is quite interesting. I would have given 4 stars for it but the translation is terrible. So it's hard to follow the story. The mtl version is messed up too. It takes a high level of concentration and infinite patience to enjoy this story. So I gave up
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cardialgia
cardialgia rated it
October 27, 2020
Status: c37
The story itself is pretty interesting. The translation quality is undoubtedly, 100% shit. Sincerely advising to revise all currently translated chapters to be coherent and readable without forcing the readers to guess at untranslated terms and switching translations halfway through. As is, don't read unless you plan to critically reason your way through several names and terms. It's really a shame, because I think the story has potential. It's just that you have to dig through the dogsh*t translation to read it, and plenty of readers don't have the patience... more>> to put up with sh*t for that. <<less
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spectrearc
spectrearc rated it
October 26, 2020
Status: c6
I'll be honest - this is almost unreadable, it looks like straight mtl with minimal editing.

I can't really understand what's going on, it's that bad. Until the translation improves, I'd give it a hard pass.
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Pendragon05
Pendragon05
September 3, 2020
Status: c286
The story is fun but it was difficult to keep up in the beginning. As the story progressed, the more it became interesting but there's so many useless talks or conversation written in the story. The MC knew everything literally, he's the only one who knows the world. You might feel like there's not enough explanation in the middle of the development that's happening but the author always solved it eventually. The MC is like the apostle of happiness who always intervenes to solve the problem, he's a man who's... more>> trying to bring happiness to his friends and beloved ones. I agree with the Korean readers that the title does not match with the story. It's the most uninteresting title for a novel who's main theme is close to gag comedy.

The advantage is the proper harmony or balance of cliche and cliche plot twist, and the carefully designed worldview. Although the story itself is full of cliche plot, it matched the genre comedy. The sentence is concise. And the world building and the way author explained the story is really good. <<less
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Kii
Kii rated it
March 17, 2021
Status: c70
Honestly this is a prime example of a good novel being ruined by horrendous translations. You could even argue that just finding the raws yourself and doing a google translation could be better, because at least they won't change the terminology 3 times.

Ignoring the translation quality itself, you can tell that the story itself is good, even while trying to sift through and understand what sense you can make out from the jigsaw puzzle of a translation. Long story short, the protagonist got into the game he played as random... more>> student A (with some isekai cheats because thats how it always goes) and his main goal at the point of I'm reading is to prevent the bad endings that the characters go through. There is also
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some alliance of people protecting Korea in the story that has an obvious zodiac reference which feels really interesting.

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All in all, while the story looks to be really good with potential to be great, I sincerely hope that another translation group picks this up or they improve the translation quality, because holy moly its really terrible. (rating is 4 only for the story itself, would give translation quality 0/5) <<less
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KA2094
KA2094
August 31, 2020
Status: c58
Ok. Novel is good. Wow is the translation bad.

Given that you arent meant to rate the translators 4 stars it is.

But given the translator you might just want to not read it.
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LiuWhite
LiuWhite rated it
March 20, 2021
Status: c78
First, the translation sucks. Like, reallyyyy sucks. But that got better after around ch70. Hey, the name changed so many times I thought they got some new clone or something.

Okay, anyway. In the first five chapters, it's kinda confusing if you're not really into this modern-isekai-type. But if you focus on the story (or the MC minds/theories he blabbered as narations) rather than the battle actions, you can guess what the stories before those first five chapters. The translation got more f*cked around ch 40 because they keep changing the... more>> characters alias/name/ability in one chapter.... ya, that much.

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it's hilarious to see Jaegal-Jaegol name changed to so many names like Zegal Zherrgul or something lol sorry. And the alias they have as a player not translanted properly, they're just changing those long +3 words alias to the romaji.

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Oh, ya, thank you for fixing the translations to a better one ;D but you better edit the chapters when you have the time, translators. I hope more people can read this with a proper understanding because the plot is interesting and amazing, also here's some peek about the MC

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MC overpowered but he sincerely want to change his 'playable characters' original fate. And, the MC keep reminding me that he IS INSIDE of a game so I hope he can have a proper relationship with them as a person (proper human) rather than as his loved characters from game T.T

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Mr.Skink
Mr.Skink
February 24, 2021
Status: c63
Great book so far, I can't see any fatal flaws so far because the translation quality is so bad that I can't point out minor faults in the novel.

Also pls don't rate this novel bad because of the translation, the translation has nothing to do with the novel itself and so far this book is really good.
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aShinyVaporeon
aShinyVaporeon rated it
November 16, 2020
Status: c25
It just seems that the translator (NovelMultiverse) didn't do the best job TLing, although it is being TL'd at a very a quick speed. The translation is dry in tone and the TL didn't bother to do much beyond direct translation, so it reads similarly to a somewhat badly-edited MTL. It's certainly more readable than MTL though, it definitely could have been worse.

Premise Summary:

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The MC, a terminal lung cancer patient, dies and transmigrates into the urban fantasy, school life mobile game he'd been addicted to for 10 years, a game with a huge budget that still failed miserably in the market due to unbalanced gameplay and bugs, among other things.

He becomes a just-graduated middle school student (KR high school freshmen are 16-17 I think) taking his high school entrance exam to get to the main setting of said mobile game, a prestigious high school for professional superhuman ability users (which are called "players").

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Review for the actual novel: 3.5/5 rounded up

Our MC gets some pretty high-ranked skills and a game interface as a cheat, as well as some perks from his progress in the game before he died and transmigrated. He's a goody-two-shoes that eliminates crime and stuff in secret, so if you'd prefer a more edgy MC, this is not your novel. <<less
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Gigz
Gigz rated it
August 25, 2020
Status: c5
It is far too early to give a decent review but here are some of my thoughts.

The story has a strong start, which kept me invested and immersed. I could actually feel the emotion behind the MC, who was left struggling and hopelessly dedicated to a failing game. This particularly appeals to me as I’m always playing failing games like the MC did.

The transfer to the main plot was executed more beautifully than most other world transfer stories.
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His presumable death was slow, painful, and depressing. It felt amplified further with his neighbor attempting to save him. The use of dreams as a transition made me feel a little light headed, which somehow made the experience more wild? I can’t tell if I was just too immersed or I drank something awful earlier.

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I can’t describe it well, but it’s better to just read it firsthand.

However, when the main plot with (a lot of) game elements begins, my immersion was kinda broken because I was heavily confused with what was going on. The MC seems to know what’s up, since this is apparently just a rerun of the game’s plot, but I’m still confused with the setting, the surroundings, and the people. There is little description to imagine off of. The story tells that it’s a middle school or something, and there’s a test going on. But the only person we know at all is MC. I just nodded through the rest of the chapters thinking, “Yeah so MC is doing this and these other people want to survive and are doing stuff. I think.” This would probably work better as a manhwa so I can get a better sense of the surroundings and characters. Despite the current plot being confusing, it also feels a bit predictable right now, and a bit cliche. Honestly it kinda feels like the Novel’s Extra.
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Baldingere
Baldingere rated it
March 12, 2021
Status: c75
Summary: a nationnal korean game became a well-known failure, booed by the whole gamer community. MC is a hardcore fan of the game, played it again and again, played all the characters and tried every playroute, but it always ends tragically. MC did his best in life, but after finally getting a job, learns he has a terminal disease and holes himself up to play the game until his death. After ten years of playing the game, the final chapter is uploaded: everybody is dead. MC is very frustrated, dies... more>> then wakes up in the game, as a side-chara, one destined to die that day due to a monster. He will do his best to save all the characters of the game and change the ending, with his suspiscious cheat skills and narrow knowledge of the future tragedies.

The story is very cool: it totally owns up to it's tags, it's funny, there are fights and school life like studying and making friends, the science-fi elements don't really matter but the fantasy elements are interesting and complex, it makes for good world building. The side-characters have a personality.

MC is OP, which is necessary because he has to deal with many schemes right off the bat, but has room for growth and the info he has can only help him at the beginning. His personality is a good responsible smart guy. He loves the game and feels a responsability for all the characters, he loves them and wants to help them. <<less
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