Heavenly Jewel Change


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In a world where power means everything, and the strong trample the weak; there was a boy born from a Heavenly Jewel Master. Born in a small country which had to struggle to survive, the boy was expected to do great things. Alas, he turned out to have blocked meridians and was unable to cultivate, ending up the trash of society. His father’s tarnished pride… his fianceé’s ultimate dishonor…

Being almost accidentally killed and left for the dead, heaven finally smiles upon him as a miracle descends, awakening his potential as a Heavenly Jewel Master. Or… is it truly a gift?

Join our dear rascally and shameless MC Zhou Weiqing in his exploits to reach the peak of the cultivation world, form an army, protect those he loves, and improve his country!

Heavenly Jewel Change average rating 4.2/5 - 1100 user ratings
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Tian Zhu Bian
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New Mekronid rated it
December 11, 2017
Status: c197
Heavenly Jewel Change is a fun novel. But I want to start by addressing a point of contention in these reviews; there are some ethically confusing parts. Other people have complained that these constitute rape, but I personally believe if both parties are consenting, then it's not rape.

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The first time with Bing'er was the most questionable. She decided it was not rape, because neither of them were given a choice in the matter, and she was the one who put herself in a questionable situation. He did not seek her out and in fact tried to separate himself from her and everyone else.

The protagonist's teacher, on the other hand, is a total a**hole for setting up the protagonist with a woman, initially against her will. The teacher truly had no good reason to do that. However, she loved the protagonist before she was taken, and was excited when she found out the teacher brought her to the protagonist. She wanted to have s*x with him several times prior but he refused. She was HAPPY to finally get the chance to bang him. The protagonist halfheartedly considered whether she had in fact raped him... But in the end decided the two of them got off on the wrong foot. So because of this I see the teacher as being a douche.

If you consider either of those "rape" then this story is not for you because these questionable situations happen several more times. Fair warning.


Anyway, the protagonist is brash and rude but heartrendingly caring any time his female compatriots are harmed. He doesn't go all "rage-mode" like some protagonists, but rather actually pays attention to what the woman needs. If the woman needs to beat him to a pulp, then he lets them beat him to a pulp. After that he goes off to reclaim his woman's dignity by roflstomping whoever hurt her.

And roflstomp he does. I think protagonists of these stories are typically overpowered, but Heavenly Jewel Change does manage to keep things refreshing and unique. With the exception of his first Jewel, his ridiculous powers are not bestowed by the heavens or given by some godly tool. Nearly everything he does is his own accomplishment, and the powers he's given are almost always excruciatingly difficult to unlock and use.

Most importantly for this kind of novel, the overarching storyline imposes some ridiculous challenges. Challenges that don't even seem possible to solve when first presented. That keeps things in perspective when you try to understand the actions he takes. He's not doing things because "haha I'm the OP protagonist" or because "that guy didn't give me face, " everything he does has a serious motive whether it's his family, friends, or country.

Again unlike many other novels, the "level jumping" is sometimes far beyond what our protagonist can actually handle. Other characters sometimes play a pivotal role in these moments, but even then it never feels like a deus ex machina. The protagonist himself has solved some of these "impossible" situations on his own, with bravery and trickery in equal parts.

Finally, the writing is clear and concise and the world itself is very well designed. I'm not sure what people are saying about "useless information" because I've read other stories with lots of pointless exposition. This isn't one of them. Heavenly Jewel Change provides just the information you need and then a little detail to get your imagination going. It doesn't deviate from this formula, either, and that consistency helps the story as a whole. All in all, it's well worth the read. <<less
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New Roc Divinity rated it
December 3, 2017
Status: --

Things to like about the novel:

  • Not the usual go hide and train kind of MC.
  • Lots of details and lore of the setting.
  • Harem, if you're into that despite the absurd amount of girls in the mc's harem.

Things not to like about the novel:

  • Random ass rape outta nowhere, courtesy by MC.

    Apparently after former trash MC who cant cultivate trains in a cultivation method that allows him to awaken his potential, he loses control of his body while being muddle headed and in a "lustful" state. The kind and caring squad leader being a girl with peerless beauty recognizes the immense energy from far away, and attempts to support mc's awakening only to realize the mc's awakening was actually akin to that of an evil cultivator's. (For some reason people who awaken these evil attributes cannot control themselves and will either rape, kill or do some other horrible thing to people close to them without them knowing until the act is done... For some reason huh.)

  • Harem, if you dislike such things for obvious reasons.
  • Some loopholes here and there in which if you're very sensitive to these kinds of stuff then theres quite a bunch of them, even at the very few chapters.
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easygoing rated it
May 2, 2016
Status: --
This is one of my favorite novels around at the moment, I've read the entire thing and like more of Tang three's works the moment I started I was enjoying myself, the main character is shameless, funny and strong. I really think this author does polygamy fictions better than monogamous because in just about every one of his works I've read he introduces at least 2 or 3 possible love interests and just decides to kind of give them the cold shoulder the entire novel
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Parth37955 rated it
December 12, 2015
Status: --
Tang Jia San Shao does not disappoint. Unlike his previous works like Douluo Dalu, this novel is more comedic... where else can you find a novel where the mc’s penis is slapped only to have it slap the MC’s love interest right back? The MC is initially portrayed as a shameless scoundrel but shows a more mature attitude every so often. The MC has plenty of lucky breaks, but he takes risks to achieve them. Anyway, it’s a good read. I recommend it.
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Konoe rated it
July 3, 2016
Status: v11c87 part1
Honestly. Just read it. If you like a good plot actually good characters that aren't entirely one dimensional and predictable and all that other jazz just read it. Reading these reviews is basically pointless because it's either extremely biased towards the bad or the good. Read it and make your own judgement, That being said I personally recommend this book, I like it way more then MGA or ATG or any of them. TJSS is great.
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Suoh95 rated it
May 25, 2016
Status: v6c44
Honestly, Nothing new here, just another in a long line of others. It could've been great but so many cringe-worthy and idiot and ridiculous elements.

I could go in full detail but I really don't want to waste any more of my time here.
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UncleOddball rated it
December 20, 2016
Status: --
I honestly can't remember when I did drop out of this obe, it was neither early nor late point tho.

There's a barrage of reviews praising this novel to the heavens.

I disagree.

... more>> It is true that it has an interesting "cultivation" system, and it's good that MC is not another transmigrated underdog.

But the tale is mediocre, the pace is hasty, and what spoiled me this the most is the dumb, illogical, filthy idea that the rape-victims (using the second word based on other reviews, during the point I've reached it was one girl of such setting) would just fall for the guy, because.

It was the joy-kill for me, and I won't read it regardless how bored I'll get with my current handfull of up-to-dates.

The only reason it's not 1 star is that the background world was truly interesting. <<less
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TheJudge rated it
January 18, 2016
Status: --
Nothing new here, MC is a snarky, cocky and arrogant fellow who justify his screw ups as being "possessed or just young and innocent (lol yeah right). I stopped a few chapters in after the rape arc when he kept a "souvenir" to remember what hes done. The excuses he gives for doing what he does is pitiful.

This author always seem to make good introductions in whatever he writes, but they fall off to oblivion when it comes to everything else. His stories just doesn't hold my attention, and... more>> when it does I always facepalm at how stupid MC is. <<less
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Felix3D rated it
June 4, 2016
Status: c283
I don't know what you think about HJC. I don't know what you think about the related works SYWZ and DD.

But it gets better.

A lot better.

... more>> And it has much of the good parts of this author's other works without showing too much of the bad, thanks to the more heavy comedy/irony focus.

Furthermore, the various conflicts, while somewhat derivative/repetitive, actually changes over time. Which is nice. There is a bunch of "And then my boss's boss!" or "The faction above this level of faction!" going on, which is very stupid and plot-holey at times, but at the same time it's kind of acceptable the way he goes about it.

The worst thing about HJC (So far) is how everything seems to be "happily ever after" and tied up with a nice bow. There really isn't much organic villany.

But hey, we like marvel movies, no?

Basically, the most palatable Tang Jia San Shao novel. <<less
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Premonition rated it
May 26, 2016
Status: c302 part3
Among the many TJSS novels I've seen, this is my favourite. I find that TJSS spends way too much time on adolescent years and it hurts the reading experience.

HJC has many elements, there's the initial army arc, school arc, tournament arc, army arc again, and so on. But they never feel out of place and instead feel well planned. Motives of the MC are very clearly shown and the comedic elements make this a blast to read.

The translation quality is great, but I think the name should be Heavenly Pearl... more>> Transformation instead.

I could barely believe this is the same author who wrote Child of Light. <<less
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phenom007 rated it
April 26, 2016
Status: --
I think its one of TJSS well balanced work as MC can be ruthless to his enemies while kind to his friends and he perverted in nature which makes some of best comic scene throughout the story. This has romance, action, comedy.

What more do you need from a story. So go give it a read.
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clowred rated it
March 11, 2016
Status: --
One of the most stable works from this awesome author. This guy here, which acts foolishly almost all the time, was the base for his most iconic character from Douluo Dalu, Tang. While we can complain a lot because this character acts very foolish, we forget that the most impressive main characters from other novels are either reborn after they made a lot of mistakes and died, or they are old enough to understand how important is to make the right decision at the right time.

Read this novel, and... more>> later you will find out how he slowly matures. I only have, sadly, two complains addressed to this author, my first would be the pace which slows down quite a lot from the eight book, and the unbalance created by a character that was replaced with a more mature version of his instead of following a certain formula. Still, these are, in the end, acceptable flaws for any novel. We are readers in the end. I will give 5 stars towards this beautiful novel which is ranked between the 10 and 20 places in my top. <<less
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Ryuuto-san rated it
October 6, 2017
Status: c175
I love this novel but I hate the inconsistency of the translation. Hopefully they can speed it up or at least make it regular. Otherwise, I don't understand why they don't let Qidian get this novel. Don't get me wrong, I'm not supporting anyone on this war betweens translators, but I want to read what I am into.
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Densus rated it
January 28, 2016
Status: --
Another TJSS novel that is worth to take note of. As in the case of other TJSS’s works world-building is interesting enough to get a reader an enjoyable experience of immersion. One of the most appealing points of the novel is that of character building of MC: he is a very enjoyable eccentric (and shameless to the LLS’s Yue Yang level), but is very realistic 13-year old MC. Although, some of reviews mentioned him to be spoiled, and MGA’s Chu Feng-ish, but in my understanding he seems to get much... more>> better character development, both in variety of his traits as well as their gradual changes along the story.

Another point that is worth to mention that is toning down of overly powerful abilities and powers. Like the mention and evidence of that many factors aside from sheer level of cultivation do matter. Lastly, I would like to point out that despite having MC be “typical” self-centered xianxia character, at least at this point in the story it seems that development of his home country is of the important matter for him, unlike many other egoistic OP MCs out there.

Add in substantial amount of humor, as well as solid, but not over the board romance and this novel is definitely a material that is worth of attention.

time of review:v6ch48 <<less
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J-Mitch rated it
February 4, 2017
Status: v16c132 part3
This novel deserves precisely a 3. And I say this as someone who enjoys a majority of this novel.

The only reason it's rated lower than it could be is because of 2 things, (1) it's harem and (2) the power structure.

First, let's talk of the harem. From the start I could bear through it, being someone who doesn't particularly favor novels that include harem, but as time went, it just got worse for me. And the moment...
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the MC took in the sister of his fiance,

I had enough. The way the characters tend to fall in love with each other is simply not realistic. The interactions female characters and male characters have are not realistic. It bodes the question of where the author get's his ideas on what relationships are truly like. While it's true some of the characters are young and it may just be physical attraction that edges them on, some of their actions are a complete violation to their character.

In addition, the MC's harem seems to be all from the main powerful sects; and the inheritors of those main powers are always female.

In the end, if you think about it, women are treated as a joke in the novel. So many of them have 'unbelievable' bodies (and I quote) and the ones that don't clearly are thrown to the arms of those that are not the MC. Either that, or are made as terrible enemies of our character.

Second, is the power structure. The MC get's stronger way too fast. He has so many powers compared to everyone else, and before his other powers are even developed, he gets more. It's like, cheat after cheat comes his way. Just how big of a plot armor can a character have? And besides the physical pain he goes through, the character doesn't suffer many obstacles. You might say, he has suffered a lot in the novel. But if you really think about it, his action are the actions of what anyone who had desire would do in his position when it comes to gaining strength. Even the loss of the country he comes from, it seems he has the option of 'saving them all'. And saving them all, I mean, saving all that matter to him.

The primary things that save this story are the comedy, not the harem related comedy, but the rogue mentality it shows; the underdog situations, and the action! There is lot's of action, but not so much that it makes you feel as it's only action, and bores you to death like some other novels.

Seeing as how it all balances out, I rate this a 3. <<less
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Katra1212 rated it
October 23, 2016
Status: v12c102 part3
The most charismatic and clever MC. Don't doubt his plain innocent face. Therein hides a tiger (of course) *with a perverted look on its face* and a dragon strength (again) *with a perverted look on its face* that will bare its fangs only when our Zhou Little Fatty deems you a threat to his little beloveds.

Amazing fight scenes, very descriptive with unique system of power and cultivation.

Title holder: The best scoundrel peeper.
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wargreymon rated it
January 25, 2016
Status: --
Absolutely my favorite right now.

Funny MC, good secondary characters, good storyline.

The fights involves tactic and coordination too.

Awesome novel.
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Sairony rated it
December 18, 2016
Status: v15c124 part3
This is one of my favorites. A lot of people will probably be ticked off by the Rape tag however, small spoiler ahead:

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Can it be called rape if he himself isn't even conscious?


You've probably read the basic formula before, trash MC awakens ultimate potential through deus ex machina. If you've read ISSTH, ATG, TDG, ED etc and have a kind of guilty pleasure associated with them you'll probably like this one. I even think this one is done a lot better for a few reasons.

First of all I like the MCs personality, he isn't arrogant for one, which I like. He loves to tease & flirt, and the writing in that department is actually pretty decent. In my opinion the romance side of the story therefor works comparatively well. It also makes for some funny situations when it backfires.

The characters overall are better than usual, you can usually guess who is saying what even without being told who has spoken.

Another good point is the fact that the characters do grow, this is especially true for the MC which matures a lot throughout the story so far.

The power system is a bit hard to grasp in the beginning, perhaps mostly due to poor explanation, but once you get a bit in it becomes clear and isn't that hard to understand. <<less
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marchex rated it
November 9, 2016
Status: v14c116 part1
This was a very good read, very different from loner MC who cultivate in silence and drinks pill in order to get stronger. This guy has some good to great EQ. Making him have great relationship with other people and make the harem seem believable. Although, the harem is the only major complaint I have as I'm not a fan of girls leaving him just because new girls need their time to shine.

What makes this novel quite good is the battle scenes. The author knows how to write fight scenes,... more>> not just the flashy super powered, light shows that most xianxia author does. There is motion, action, tactics, thinking, weight, that the author does so well.
The power progression too is not boring.

I wish the translation can be faster tho, as it's really a very enjoyable read. <<less
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Nana (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧
this series is deserve more than 4 star it currently has. Some update you see on your reading list you can ignore, because its better for that particular series to be read after accumulating more than 5 chapter. But this series is something you can enjoy for every part of it.

The MC is shameless to the roof top. That's what make this series so unique and funny >.<
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May 17, 2016
Status: --
I gave this series a try as its author is well known and the series is fairly popular as well.

I confess that I haven't read all the translated chapters. I dropped the series few chapters after the rape scene. (Not a spoiler as this happens fairly early in the series). So new readers shouldn't really care for my review as I dropped it early. For this reason I won't rate the series as well.

Now I'm sure the fans of this series would defend the rape scene by saying that... more>> the MC was under the control of dark energy, and that the girl understood it so she kind of forgived him... Well, nope. My criticism isn't about the fact that MC raped a girl.

My criticism is about the dumb habit of chinese authors who use "rape" to establish a relationship between the main characters. When Chinese authors can't think of interesting way to make the main characters fall in love or establish a relationship between them they use "rape" to forcefully create a relationship. The girl would find that MC was her first so she would starting to fall in love with him... I just don't understand how could rape give rise to a potential romantic link? <<less
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Maleandar rated it
May 13, 2016
Status: --

Based on some reviews I almost skipped this. Let me clarify a few negative points

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To the rape: Bing’er the female lead, aware that he was awakening his jewel, let her guard down and knew it was possible that in some cases the person who awakens needs a sacrifice to bring their jewel out. She let her guard down and rushed into his tent during his awakening. He was already out of his mind, controlled by the black gem. He grabbed her and her mind too went blank. They were surrounded by a cocoon and both went at it, mutual s*x. However when it was over and she became aware of what happened she broke down, as she did not want it to happen but it did. The MC too, became aware of it after and swore to make it up to her no matter how and has devoted himself to win her over. The love story is awesome. Watch as they progress step by step. Very well done.

Is the MC a pervert. YES!!! But in a good way. Kinda like Saito from Familiar of Zero. He does not sleep around. His harem is growing unbeknownst to him. He is not shy to express his feelings or lust. Bu does not go all the way with them for he does not want to betray Bing’er. He is more afraid of losing her than death itself. Hell even his teachers father offered her as a concubine to him to join his sect and he refused!

The joke are good, the fights decent and the story flows smoothly. Do not let the negative reviews stop you from reading this.... it is GOOOOOOOOD!!! Action romance fantasy comedy..... what more do you want? 5/5 <<less
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