Goddess Helps Me Simulate Cultivation


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Bai Yi transmigrated to a fantasy world and awakened the Immortal Cultivation Simulator. The longer he managed to survive in a simulation, the better the rewards he would obtain.

[You were born into a poor family… you died due to hunger.] [You were born into a rich family that runs a business… you were killed by kidnappers.] After failing more than 30 times in the Immortal Cultivation Simulator, Bai Yi wondered whether he was unfit for cultivation. Therefore, he had to rely on others to go through the simulation for him!

[Chen Qianxue, the Holy Maiden of the Soul Sword Clan, has entered into the Immortal Cultivation Simulator upon your invitation.] [Age 0, Chen Qianxue was born into a poor family.] [Age 5, Chen Qianxue picked up the manuscript of the Sword Cultivation Technique by chance.] [Age 8, Chen Qianxue was at the first level of the Qi Refinement stage.] [Age 164, Chen Qianxue failed while attempting to break through to the next stage. She died due to sudden, unbearable power pushing through her meridians.] [You acquired the following rewards…] […]
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nainaitou rated it
May 14, 2023
Status: Completed
a novel where the 'protagonist' doesn't really feel like the protagonist, and instead acts like a golden finger for the real protagonists.

there was quite a lot of wasted potential, which I think the author didn't get into due to chapter restraints. for example, ... more>>

after the first three candidates, he completely forgets to search for more?? and he basically never left the starter village (Qinghe County) despite his ability to nominate more human tool- I mean candidates. it felt like the author either didn't want to add more 'protagonists' or couldn't find a way to make them stand out against the first three. apart from like four places, the author never goes anywhere else in the world, which is a bit disappointing, and more detail should've gone into the 'real world'.


the ending was also extremely rushed, and didn't feel satisfying at all because of the aforementioned chapter restraints. it ends at a neat 500 pages, which shouldn't be a coincidence, and you can tell the author ramps up the pace when

they add a completely new 'level' which gives better 'rewards', but also takes away most of the fun that comes with the initial birth settings. most of the time is skipped during this period as well, as lifespans slowly edge into the ten thousands. its kind of annoying when Qin Jiao complains about her cultivation potential despite being immensely talented (though not compared to Chen QianXue) during this part, but I guess the intention is to make other cultivators want to punch her in the face if they heard that.


the 'love interest' (?) if I can even call her that, is

a woman that comes from the simulation. the 'protagonist' gets a living person from the simulation who thinks that everything that happened there is real, and that the 'protagonist' is her disciple. (also she sleeps with him within the first week of her arrival so...) she gets semi-jealous of the candidates, as she feels that they are constantly trying to seduce the 'protagonist' despite having no interest in him. she constantly gets surprised by the 'protagonist's' rising power from the candidates. ALSO, the 'protagonist' only simulates cultivation ONCE after he had selected his candidates. it's another wasted plot point where he could've interacted with the candidates in the simulation world. props on the author for not making it harem, but maybe they didn't want to add more romantic plot points which would extend the novel.


so there are


candidates in the story (excluding the 'protagonist') and to describe them in one word each (within the simulation reality) would be:


Chen QianXue: cautious

Qin Jiao: reckless

Fu ShuangNi: meticulous

and they are basically the most extreme versions of those traits ever. except for maybe FSN, as she's like a mix between CQX and QJ with an extra dose of responsibility.

QJ would betray the righteous path in an instant if given the chance, lol. she also thinks of CQX as her rival, but CQX doesn't reciprocate.

CQX accidentally betrays her sect due to a marriage proposal she doesn't want, ends up killing one elder and another supreme elder.


the ending is predictable but also brings more questions than answers, as it just ends with

all four of them ascending to immortality, and a message by his future self, who apparently created the simulator? they could've made a few extras to answer most of the missing plot points, like 'is the simulation world real?' or maybe 'how did he manage to die so badly within the first 30 times?' all three candidates managed to survive past 5 years first try, but the 'protagonist' can't even after 30? all innate abilities are refreshed every time he starts over, so what are the chances that he doesn't get a good roll even once? it's probably to add to his desperation and to further stoke his desire to get a human tool.


TLDR: could've been better, is an ok brainless read with a disappointing ending. <<less
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God-Slayer rated it
July 28, 2023
Status: Completed
Till 400 Chapter It Was Good. Intresting Story, But After It.

It Was Just Born, Cultivate, Died. Born, Cultivate, Died. No story, just author want to complete the novel, and fill with rubbish. Even author want to complete, then instead of 100 of 1 chapter is okay, he just say, everyone become immortal, end story, why write rubbish for 100 chapters.
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Ryoto.Ryuji.630 rated it
July 7, 2023
Status: Completed
Awesome novel!

The novel itself follows a more realistic character setting. There generally aren't any brain dead villains, and the reason why the villains behave how they do is for valid and believable reasons.

The MC and supporting characters aren't the type who become arrogant after gaining strength. They remain low key and they continue to work hard.

Honestly, I'm a bit upset that the novel suddenly received the axe. The novel itself could have carried forward more and the foreshadow of what the author originally wanted to do was completely cutoff.
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