History’s Strongest Senior Brother

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The first time Yan Zhaoge crossed worlds, he landed in a martial warrior civilization that was at the peak of prosperity. He ended up in the book storage building of the the Divine Palace, which collected and preserved the classics of the entire world from all fields of knowledge. However, a world class calamity struck soon after and even the Divine Palace was destroyed.

Yan Zhaoge’s soul once again crossed over, but this time he arrived in the same world, except countless years have passed.

With his brain full of rare books and classics from the era of peak prosperity, Yan Zhaoge’s second crossing over to the present era was like a gamer who was used to playing hell mode suddenly finding himself playing the game on easy.

That was just way too awesome.

But before that, he needs to fix a certain problem.

“I’m not a main character? In fact, I’m actually the main character’s love rival and the antagonistic Mr. Perfect senior martial brother? This script is wrong!”

Associated Names
One entry per line
History's Strongest Martial Brother
HSSB
Shi Shang Zui Qiang Shi Xiong
Sử Thượng Tối Cường Sư Huynh
史上最强师兄
Related Series
History’s Number 1 Founder (Same Franchise)
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My Disciple Died Yet Again (5)
Return of The 8th Class Mage (2)
I Shall Seal the Heavens (2)
The Trembling World (2)

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Nino Sasou
nomadgigio rated it
November 8, 2017
Status: c578
one of the best CN novel here. The premise of MC which originally an arrogant young master and the trait of antagonist MC character (reincarnation, return to past, heaven defying luck) were played well. Later, the story included clan and world politics. Also everyone's favourite, OP MC
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Seregosa
Seregosa rated it
January 13, 2017
Status: c39
Great novel, no doubt, sadly there's only 39 chapters thus far and it's just getting started with the MC barely powering up even a little bit. It's quite funny to read, the MC is using his knowledge to bash down the "pre-written" script of the main character template guy (ye jing) and replacing it with his own. The MC template guy is following the regular script of some mc's, he starts out weak, the "evil wealthy boy" stole his girlfriend and now he's butthurt and wants to get back at... more>> him, and he received some "OP" items and all. The only thing is that there's a huge difference between a real main character and this template guy, he's actually unbelievably stupid, his head must've been dunked in water, because he makes weird assumptions and his reasoning is extremely twisted, he's basically just trying to find someone to blame for his own inadequacies. Even before the protagonist took control of this new body in that world, the previous master of that body did not actually do anything worthy of such resentment. He basically went in, saw a pretty girl, made a pass on her and she abandoned her "childhood sweetheart" for power, wealth and stability, she made a choice by herself after weighing the choices and threw away the template MC. But the MC template guy is acting like the protagonist went and bashed her head with a stone club whereafter he dragged her by the hair to his cave or something... She wasn't even threatened. But somehow this protagonist is the evil of all evils now and he made up a lot of grudges. Later on he becomes more like an antagonist template than a main character template and goes all crazy and stuff.

Anyway, it's quite amusing to read this novel, it's somewhat different from other novels and I recommend just reading it for the comedy, don't think too much about the MC template guy and other people, it will just piss you off, just think of them as comedic relief characters or something and you will surely enjoy this. There's no doubt that the protagonist will ALWAYS be one or two or three steps ahead of this retarded MC template guy and everyone else for that matter, so I think you will be disappointed if you expect some heavy rivalry and "real" challenges. In the first place, this author is and has always been (if you read his other work, history's number 1 founder), really bad at writing fighting scenes, it's just not immersive, so go for the comedy and don't pay too much attention to the fights. As of chapter 39, this is undoubtedly a 4 of 5 stars in my mind, not perfect but undoubtedly amusing enough to read. <<less
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slay_mithos
slay_mithos rated it
November 19, 2016
Status: c15
I can see where everyone is going with their "it's so different", and "it mocks the usual tropes", but so far I don't agree with it one bit.
Fair warning, the whole review could constitute a vague spoiler.

Yes, the main character is placed in a different position than usual, in the place of the one that usually bullies the main and tries to get his parent's influence to help in that task. Yes, there is a character that sounds like your standard main character (weak and bullied at first, grew... more>> stronger at an unnatural pace, possibly in possession of some hidden goods).

But far from being able to mock the usual tropes, it goes right into them. I mean, there are multiple factions that try to bully the main character (despite his status), he possesses some godly knowledge that lets him improve faster and beat those that are supposed to be his equals, and the most important point is that annoying tendency of always having a crowd so that people can be shocked at every single action.

That said, while it doesn't seem that different from your usual cultivation novels, it also doesn't seem to be a bad one so far, and the protagonist doesn't seem to be like those murdering machines we see in most of those novels.

Translation-wise, let's just say that none of the translators so far made it unreadable, and nothing particularly sticks out in term of bad quality.
That said, even the most recent translator basically disappeared right after telling he would do 2 chapters a week + sponsored (without saying an amount or putting a progress bar/amount donated, so not playing it clear with us), and nothing after a bit more than a month. It's a bit early to say that it's abandoned again, but it's safe to assume that we will not be seeing a regular pace for this novel in the near future (I'd love to be proven wrong though).

All in all, 15 chapters of a correct length should be enough for you to decide if you want to stick it into a reading list to watch for future updates or not. I personally think that while it's not as ground breaking as most of the reviews seem to indicate, it's sufficiently intriguing for me to recommend giving it a try. <<less
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keklel
keklel rated it
July 31, 2016
Status: c27
Well the beginning is funny but as it goes on the amount of unexplained terms just increases without end. For example 罡气 was never explained. I think the author just assumes the audience is familiar with standard xianxia terms but I don't think that's a good idea. Genre savviness is one thing but if you have read a lot of xianxia works you'd know that they are actually different in how the powers work. So far none of the powers are explained, just the names are given without any further... more>> details. This makes it frustrating to read. Furthermore, the MC of the story (I mean the actual MC, not the one with the ring) continually finds himself in lucky situations whereas he thought the other "MC" is supposed to have godly luck and obtain all the items and girls and beat everyone. There's nothing more annoying than a guy saying "Oh woe is me, look at how pitiful I am! I don't have the other MC's godly luck and items" and then repeatedly gets lucky and obtains the stuff he wants. I'm only at chapter 27 so I don't know if he gets bad luck later on but this already basically contradicts the premise of the story. If the MC is actually the "lucky MC" then the story just falls prey to the very same tropes that it's criticizing. I was actually looking forward to the MC overcoming the "other MC"'s ridiculous items and luck with superior intellect and scheming but it seems that idea has just gone out of the window. Dropped. <<less
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Callista Soo
Callista Soo rated it
June 7, 2016
Status: c6
I have to say I wasn't expecting a novel of this kind. The antagonist becoming the MC? Overturning the norm of the MC being weak than becomes OP and trashes and dominates everyone? The same u disrespect me I kill u sh*t? This novel is wickedly awesome! It's so different from the norm and that's what makes it so unique. It's not even trying to but it's breaking all the rules (in a good way). The author is very creative and a freaking genius and the translator is doing a... more>> great job for translating the novel. At the moment update is slow, but I hope it picks up and I can't waitto read more. For those tired of the usual MC first is trash than becomes OP and built a harem and is looking for something VERY different, this novel will knock ur socks off! I guarantee😉😉😉 Try the novel, it might surprise u. <<less
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Keriirou
Keriirou rated it
June 4, 2016
Status: c5
Pretty well done, an unorthodox plotline!

I would like to see this kind of semi antagonist pop up in other xianxia novel.
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Gsichtselfmeter
Gsichtselfmeter rated it
August 6, 2018
Status: c831
The idea is unique, but it gets old fast and then its just another know-it-all MC doing stuff that never goes wrong. Still the MC can be really badass at times, so this is another solid 4 - just remember to skip the fights.
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EloquentRequieM
TBH my only big complaint about this novel is actually shocking for once, I felt that this stroy would have actually been more entertaining for me with a harem tag, like sya what you want but it just felt empty and seems like a waste because the MC is this personification of perfection, martial genius, handsome looks, monstrous background, big wig father etc. he goes around acheiving all the magnificent feats but I feel like it was a bit bland without much romanic interaction until like 600 chapters in, and... more>> even then, it wasnt handled properly, like, its almost as if they both just woke up one day and were like, wow what are these feeling, oh, I see, I love him/her, well... cool, moving on. Like that was literally it. We get such a badass heavens chosen male MC but I still wanted to see the arrogant mistress getting roflstomped by MC, or the cold and aloof, detached from worldly matters senior sister getting soft for the MC after he shows his prowess or SOMETHING, I jus feel like he was doing all that work all over the 3 worlds without any "reward" you feel me. <<less
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BillionJellyfish
BillionJellyfish rated it
November 27, 2017
Status: c613
The summary of this novel only applies to the first ~100-150 chapters, so let me attempt to summarize the rest of the chapters of what I've read so far.

  1. After the MC solves the "I’m not a main character? In fact, I’m actually the main character’s love rival and the antagonistic Mr. Perfect senior martial brother? This script is wrong!” problem, the MC goes on to traverse to different worlds!
  2. During the MC's travels, he has two very important goals which I will not spoil too much of, and naturally, through a bunch of fateful/fortuitous encounters becomes stronger than ever before!
  3. After getting stronger, the MC goes back to the Eight Extremities World and starts a passionate relationship with the female lead! But during this time period, there are also other sects secretly planning the downfall of the MC and his sect!
The exclamation marks was suppose to make my summary sound interesting in a sarcastic way, so I hope my point got across. Basically, the novel started out well, but then went down hill from there. At the beginning, the novel was pretty humorous and funny with snide remarks, but then every thing suddenly got serious and tragic. I'm a bit loss as to why some of the best supporting characters in my opinion got killed/disappeared to who-knows-where in the story's plot. It... more>> seemed like the author started out with a great idea then tried to find inspiration to continue the idea yet ended up referring to generic/cliché cultivation plot lines to continue the novel. The main issue I found is that all the parody/comedy that I was expecting based on the summary was gone after the first arc, so my interest in continue reading slowly diminished, but I still held on to some hope that may be the author would turn the story around to a comedy one again. But that never happened even after waiting for hundreds more chapters, so I am thoroughly disappointed by now.

To summarize my rant above: My interest in the novel is gone like the wind...

My suggestion after all my ranting though is: Please read the first arc to give the story a chance and then decide for yourself if it is worth continuing. <<less
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Zackarotto
Zackarotto rated it
October 9, 2017
Status: c100
This series is kind of misleading; it starts out with an extremely funny first couple chapters that poke fun at tropes. It's not entirely clear from the description, but there's basically a twisted sense of authorial "destiny" in play that the protagonist Yan Zhaoge is wary of getting in the way of, lest he and his whole family become a stepping stone in the stock-hero-character's rise to power.

So while Yan Zhaoge is hilariously mocking the stock-hero's "portable grandpa ring" (see: Coiling Dragon), it's also kind of a scary-seeming force to... more>> be caught on the wrong side of. And there's a lot of things you can do with that idea: I sort of thought it might continue with a comic tone, with Yan Zhaoge trying to resolve the misunderstandings between him and the stock-hero and trying to survive as a kind of cliche support-character next to the ticking bomb that is a xianxia hero (who, if he's like many of them, would be constantly slaughtering people for small crimes, and regularly endangering entire planets).

And maybe that was the original idea, before the author decided that the premise didn't really have legs. For example, if the powerful legacies Yan Zhaoge wanted kept ending up in the stock-hero's hands, it would be like a form of artifact-cuckholdry, and people don't read power-fantasy genres to see that. As a comedy though it might have been quite good if it toed that line well and creatively kept our real hero quietly in a position of advantage.

Instead, though, we see a complete shift in the story into more of a traditional power fantasy. And I'm not necessarily against that in theory; it's a genre I love, tropes included, as long as it's written well and creative. Unfortunately, I just don't think this author is great at it: I found it to be a bit clumsy with massive dumps of exposition all at once and battle after boring battle. Why am I being asked to care if someone trains in the Chaotic Elements Uniting Blade or the Eight Sceneries Spirit Blade? What bearing does it have on the story?

I tried; I wrote down names to tell Elder Xu from Elder Qin from Elder Kong from Elder He, and to know the difference between the East Elder and the East Disciplinary Elder, and who's subordinate to whom, but few of these characters show any personality and it just wasn't paying off. Series like True Martial World, Against the Gods, Tales of Demons and Gods and so on are pretty straightforward and occasionally maligned, but they're far, far better about these things.

I did like the protagonist, as well as the schemes and gambits in the less common parts of the story where that was the focus instead of the battles between various elders. And the story does have a few good ideas and seedlings for future development, but getting to chapter 100 has at least resolved a few plot points, and I think I'm at a good spot to set this one aside and look for something more interesting. Thanks as always to the translators who have given me the opportunity to try something new. <<less
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hipployta
hipployta rated it
May 8, 2018
Status: c875
Simply put one of my favorite stories for the adventures of Yan Zhaoge (and appearances by his awesome Dad Yan Di). I appreciate how the plot builds up and grows.
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I enjoy the xianxia stallion novel subversions from our double transmigrating time skipping flag destroying cunning protagonist MC.

Most importantly the best back up is a Dad who reigns over all others no matter at what cultivation level

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Tresdin
Tresdin rated it
April 28, 2018
Status: c135
For all the focus there is on Ye Jing (first antagonist) being a generic Xianxia protagonist, you would think that our author would put some effort into the characterization of the main character. However, this never really happens. Other novels that are slightly more well written will dedicate the first arc to give the MC some kind of defining experience that uncovers or changes his personality greatly (see: ATG, ISSTH, RMJI, Desolate Era). If I read ATG I know very quickly that the MC is stubborn, has poor morals but... more>> a powerful familial love and commitment. If I'm reading Reverend Insanity I know there's no method to power that's too low for our MC. If I'm reading RMJI I know our MC is suspicious of everyone, calm and calculating, and a loner. Who is Yan Zhaoge? Why is he the main character of the story? What are his strengths, weaknesses, fighting style, and personality traits? There's no answer to any of these questions. I might as well go out onto the street and go root for the next jogger I see, I'll know about as much about them as I do about Yan Zhaoge.

The fact that the author is aware that the genre is filled with a bunch of poorly fleshed out, generic garbage, even alludes to it in his writing, and then decides to make a main character who is a very clear self-insert with no defining traits as a character honestly baffles me.

Three stars since the fight scenes, dialogue, and translation quality are are OK. <<less
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Random_Pain
Random_Pain rated it
November 1, 2017
Status: c565
This review is a little long, but theres so much to say about this story that it cant be summed in a mare few lines :)

Before I start my review I would like to address one thing that keeps coming up and thats the trope of this novel, its gimmik, if youd like.

People keep complaining they were mislead by the novels title / synopsis, claiming this wouldve been a novel thats all about our MC vs the "novels MC", the one with all the luck that pulls stuff out... more>> of his arse when things get dangerous, but they are wrong.

If they, the complainers, wouldve bothered reading the synopsis they wouldve realised that the MC vs MC arc will obviously be the first arc as mentioned in the synopsis:

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But before that, he needs to fix a certain problem.

"I'm not a main character? In fact, I'm actually the main character's love rival and the antagonistic Mr. Perfect senior martial brother? This script is wrong!"

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As for the senior brother, thats just what everyone calls him through out the novel So anyone reading this dont expect our MC to fight it out with an MC look alike for the entire novel.

Anyways, to my review.

Writing style - 4/5

The writing style is good, he doesnt dawdle too much on each arc and keeps the stories flow... flowing.

The translators start a bit iffy but as time goes on the quality goes up, kudos to volare novels for a good job translating.

Only problem that knocks a point down is the info dumps, which are, in some cases, important information that will pop up in the latter parts of the stories, its just too hard to read it some times and youll be tempted to skip.

Story - 5/5

A very original idea, a breath of fresh air compared to the usual xanxia trope.

There is no lack of humorous moments, sad moments, epic moments and most of the time, even knowing the MC will find a solution eventually you will be kept on edge hoping non of your favorite side characters die.

As for filler chapters, such as the MC making some speciffic item or going to some specific place, are, in my oppinion, well executed, they dont feel like the author is trying to add to his word / chapter count nor are they useless expeditions that will lead nowhere and will have an effect on future chapters.

Characters - 5/5

MC - yan zahoge is our MC, hes a bit aloof, arrogant, funny, loves being looked up to and just about pulls this story around on a leash.

Hes well thought out, cunning and is a coltivation maniac.

All in all, its all youd ask for in a main character, fun reading about his exploits and waitong to see what will his next expedition give him.

Side characters - the author did an amazing job with these guys, from the MCs future love interest to his senior uncles to his junior aprentices, they, the main side characters, are all well written, have their own defined personalities, and as time goes by, unlike in other novels, they grow and stay relevant.

Antagonists - 4/5

While I did mention that the MC vs MC trope will be mostly confined to the first arc, there is no lack of interesting antagonists with interesting perks, one has reincarnated, one has come back in time and so on. My only problem with these characters is that you would usually expect more from them, while their ends are usually satisfying they still feel a bit empty.

But worry not, because these are jist the tip of the iceberg.

There are constant schemes between the 6 main sects, out MC being in one of them, enemies scheme against each other, allies are weary of each other, ready to jump and assisst even their enemies, just so their allies dont become too powerful that they will completely eclips them.

In general, there is no lack of enemies, and most of them are not your usual " you stood on my shadow, now prepare to die by my... uncles hands" type of antagonists.

World building - 3/5

While the author has built an amazing world, defined each area well and explores a fair amount of it, the world, even up to chalter 500, still remains confusing, what sects border other sects, the location of their territories and if the world is bloody round or flat?!.

3 points for being extremely detailed, -2 for being confusing.

Romance 5/5

People will take the piss out of me giving 5/5 for the mostly non exiatant romance, but thats because they have no vision.

Reading my review up to here, youd have already realised that most characters here are intricate and "living" beings, so that should be right for their "feelings too.

Through out the story, rather than just having girls fly out of his ass and sticking to him like leeches, or a dumb bimbo of a love interest that will pout every time the MC flirts with her, the author slowly builds up the MC and his future lovers relationship in different aspects, be it friednship, mutual respect or something of that kind while slowly and subtly nudging them slowly towards each other. And actually by around chalter 560 does the author start taking big steps in the romance section.

I am giving this a 5/5 because im an optimist and have my fingers crossed hoping the author plays his cards right in making this a, very possible, rare romace success in xianxia.

In summary, I believe this novel is a must read, most of the people that will read it and stick with it will, in my oppinion, enjoy it a lot adding in the release speed you got nothing to worry about long lasting cliffs :)

Thanks for reading my review

Happy reading and enjoy your day :) <<less
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ninthlite
ninthlite rated it
July 11, 2017
Status: c90
A satire on generic xianxia rebirth novels becomes a generic cliche xianxia, unironically at that. The author lacks a serious amount of Self Awareness. I question his intelligence that he started out writing a novel that was supposed to provide an alternate viewpoint on the generic MC antagonist. However the true MC is an op god reincarnated that knows everything ever worth knowing and out mc's the MC antagonist and the story devolves into a generic cliche story.
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Liron
Liron rated it
May 29, 2017
Status: c282
This is quite a different story. Although the comedy may hook you at first, you will continue reading for it's wits. The first part of the first arc is all about the comedy and turning the genre on it's head, while the rest of the novel is less funny, but plot-wise proves to be way superior than many, many other novels of the genre. Few can claim to be as well written or planned as this one, at least so far. The execution is great too. It does have a... more>> few pacing issues and some cliches, but they are all used in a refreshing or logical manner. So far, the main conflict, it's developments and conclusions are really satisfying, with space for foreshadowing and prep work for bigger plots behind the scenes. I'm seriously enthralled by this story. I recommend anyone to at least give it a try. <<less
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Blisfulloblivion
Blisfulloblivion rated it
May 23, 2017
Status: c272
I love this story. It starts off as a fun parody of wuxia tropes but later turns into something more serious. The parady bits are incredibly amusing and very satisfying. To witness the MC poke holes at all the illogocal bits of the would-be protagonist and overcome the massive amounts of plot armor protecting woud-be protagonists is so gratifying. Even after the story becomes more serious the parady never disapears. Its still there mocking ridiculouse pet mystic beasts, time travel protagonists, helpful old grandpas, etc.

Some reviewers have complained about the... more>> more serious direction the story takes after the beginning. I love it since its still very different than most wuxia and the parody is still there, just immersed more naturally into the story. Its like a villainous reincarnation story. Our MCs body was originally some villainous playboy meant to instigate the hot blooded protagonist into advancing to OP-ness but do to being taken over by our fav MC, he is now dodging destruction flags (protagonists of all tropes) and steadily climbing to the top. Best part is he never truly acts like a classic wuxia hero who must overcome all with stubbornness and pride. Although, he is OP like one but how he goes about it is different. MC uses his much stronger servant to fight stronger opponents, faceless minions for small fry, shamelessly asks for help when over his head. And all the while making these normally 'cowardly' actions seem like the normal, intelligent actions they actualy are. MC is OP but he's realistic, and the story uses our very real MC to point out just how silly most wuxia standards really are. Love this story <<less
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CodeZero
CodeZero rated it
March 21, 2017
Status: c147
It was an interesting take to see the MC starting the story as someone who would fill the role of the antagonist in another novel. It was moreso very refreshing to read about characters who would typically be MC in other novels have their actions accounted for in a more neutral setting, and seeing the darker side of their personalities. Would recommend this novel to those who have read a lot of the typical cultivation novels and would like to read something a bit different.
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evvoiathssofias
evvoiathssofias rated it
August 10, 2018
Status: c733
not enuff comedy, that's all. When a writer sets out to poke fun at a genre, he needs to know when to stop. Now, at this point in my reading, it's already stopped with the 'being the antagonist' and he's a full blown protag without any junior martial siblings.
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LeeEzekiel
LeeEzekiel rated it
January 23, 2018
Status: c706
If you like having a protagonist who is always on top of the situation, like say Grandmaster Strategist or Dungeon Defense, then you may enjoy this one as well. The main difference is that he is also absurdly powerful on top of having plans upon plans for every possible challenge. There is never any doubt who will come out ahead - you are merely reading this for the satisfaction of watching big brother Yan drive his (increasingly powerful) opponents into despair after perhaps giving them a bit of hope.

I wouldn't... more>> recommend this to anyone new to Xianxias. It is at its heart a parody, so you can expect it to poke fun at common tropes. By the middle point of the story, however, it becomes a bit more of a straightforward Xianxia novel and the rival "fake MCs" more or less stop appearing.

Pros:

1. MC is the "likes to act cool" arrogant type, not the "murder everyone because they looked at me wrong" arrogant. He is the quintessiantial senior brother type.

2. MC has a strong attachment to his clan and is 100% loyal to friends and family.

3. Very enjoyable romance, one of the best in this genre (though a bit slow to start). The heroine is a three dimensional character with a good personality, and her interactions with the MC are natural, heartwarming, and funny.

4. Plot armor, while in HUGE abundance as expected, is well explained. The treasures our MC acquires often end up playing a larger role later in the story.

Cons:

1. The early arcs drag on for too long, IMO. I'll attribute this to the author still finding his rhythm.

2. "Downtime" is very rare. Troubles seem to be never ending, so you can't help but feel sorry for our exhausted Yan Zhaoge. This may be a pro for some readers though who don't like peaceful interludes.

Overall I'd say that this is a very fun read. It's not for everyone, but definitely worth checking out. <<less
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Ginko
Ginko rated it
November 21, 2017
Status: c150
I'm ashamed I even read till c150.

Because of the picture & title it's rated so high.

1. Starts off well, then quickly turns into very bad generic xianxia - (pulling out co*ks over nonsensical matters)
2. The fights are lame, using horrid over exemplifications to describe. You eventually have no real gauge.
3. The MC constantly finds an opponent just one step above his own every other chapter.... really?
4. The authors rambles on-and-on-and-on about the politics of this world. - Like we care, Move the plot!!

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If you read my review, you have been warned that this novel is a waste of time.

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