How To Die As Heavy As Mount Tai

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When a person dies, they either die light as a feather (aka unimportant) or heavy as Mt. Tai (aka very important).

Their nature is certainly not ordinary. So when these kind of people do not die as extraordinary people, their hearts will have some lingering wishes.

Souls with lingerings wishes in their hearts, just one bowl of soup from Meng Po isn’t enough to let them forget past events. Souls that aren’t pure enough can’t go through reincarnation.

Therefore, they need –

Hello, this the underworld’s department of purifying souls, serial number 666 Lu Heng (MC) is at your disposal. Our service objective is: fulfilling your wish to die importantly without being OoC!

Lu Heng: Left the name in the annals, this evaluation grade will for sure be S+!

Section Chief: Lu Heng, why did you break apart the CP again!! I am deducting your salary! Deducting, deducting, deducting!!!!

Lu Heng: Leader, this is really not my fault!!! QAQ

Mysterious Person: *rubs Lu Heng’s head*

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如何死得重于泰山
如何死得重於泰山
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erikvio
erikvio rated it
March 1, 2019
Status: c44 part2
Avid readers of quick transmigration novels will find this story rather fresh.

From what I've read so far, the author has taken the familiar tropes of the genre and began experimenting with them. The three translated arcs all vary quite a bit in story structure and delivery, with the first being the most straightforward/familiar given the quick trans genre. The story follows Lu Heng, a talented new recruit in an afterlife office that specializes in resolving the regrets of strong souls to purify them and prepare them for the reincarnation cycle. It really does feel like he's part of a bureaucracy, but not really a cold/strict one, which is nice.

I'm a fan of the the MC. He's not quite as blatantly a Gary Stu as in other works, though make no mistake - he still is one. He doesn't suffer from the neuroses and hangups other system-bound MC's often do for the sake of drama or "humor". He's hard working, easy going, and once he's made a decision, he goes forth with quiet determination and passion; yet refreshingly, it's never played up by the author in long passages that extol his good and pure virtues. Such a well adjusted character can come off as a bit dull in a dramatic work, however, which I've seen criticisms for in other reviews. What it boils down to is that he isn't very dramatic, even though the situations he finds himself in are. He's like a steady boat that I find myself rooting for along his voyage across the turbulent waves.

It's worth noting that the arcs contain a number of side characters that are distinct and memorable, though they aren't necessarily crucial to the events of the story. It gives these worlds a more organic quality. The first arc's epilogue highlighted this, but it's more noticeable in the second arc onwards. This is quite rare in these types of novels which usually only develop the two leads as sympathetic characters. It's even rarer that these characters don't serve to directly fawn over the leads or act as foils.
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Like f†ck if I remember what the antagonist's name was in the first arc even though I read it a few hours ago because he was so generic, but I still remember the name of the brother who showed up 3 times and contributed nothing to the storyline, and I still remember the personality tics of the random person who featured in the first epilogue.

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It's also worth noting that the 'system' is not a major presence/character, which I find to be a major relief.

Thus far, neither the MC nor ML have found themselves in the same character archetypes and situations time and time again. Consequently, the relationship dynamic between the two leads has been different in each world. This makes it slightly harder to get a read on their core personalities and identifying habits compared to other world hopping stories. It's clear that they respect each other as equals, though. Their relationship is bittersweet, tinged with events that bring to mind works such as Heroic Death System. Their love isn't so much "We are the alpha couple that can topple kingdoms and are the object of envy by everyone else" but more "You mean the world to me, and it's really no one's business but ours." I'm also celebrating the fact that they're both manly men and there's no real focus given to who's a top/bottom or sore waists. (The faster we get rid of that trope the happier I'll be)

Potential readers might want to know that action sequences and "face slapping" schemes and scenes are often reduced to a footnote or two by the author. They exist, but it's not necessarily given focus. Instead, we are treated to extended redemption arcs and tragic love epics. I for one am not complaining.
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Victuuri Road
Victuuri Road rated it
July 19, 2018
Status: c10
It doesn't have one of those annoying chatty/whiny Systems. Plus points for that.

MC is super serious about his tasks... it's cute. He hasn't noticed that the ML is starting to like him more than the original love interest.

The translation for this novel is pretty good. (´▽`)
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Shadowdrop
Shadowdrop rated it
June 10, 2019
Status: c55
What sets this novel apart from the sea of similar novels is the ML and his relationship with the MC.

Male Lead is powerful in each world, but he is never overpowered. He does not have the power to help MC with his missions or change the fate of the world. In every world, he lives by the world's rules.

Even though his love for MC is burned into his soul, it does not mean that he wants to sleep MC as soon as he sees him. His process of falling in... more>> love is different every time, but so far every time felt very natural. For example, in one arc he had a crush at first sight, but was so straight and dense that he did not realize two men can be in love with each other until about the middle of the arc.

Their relationship is very natural, the 'overbearing gong chasing a somewhat unwilling shou' trope is thrown out of the window. Instead, MC often takes initiative to do the intimate stuff (which is barely present so far) and ML's pride doesn't suffer from having submissive titles like MC's 'Queen' or 'junior disciple'. He does not feel the need to be constantly dominant in a relationship and treats MC as his beloved equal, not as a 'cute little wife'.

For me, male lead can make or break a romance novel, no matter if it's BL or BG. Main protagonist is the person who is supposed to act the most in a story. However, a lot of authors ignore that, and let the male lead do all the protagonist-y acts, while having MC swooning and blushing on the side (unless they are too busy being tsun). This novel is like a breath of fresh air with a male lead who is a devoted love interest and not an omnipotent plot device. <<less
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emiliers
emiliers
March 3, 2020
Status: c56 part2
Well, this is... something.

How to Die as Heavy as Mount Tai is one of those novels I really wanted to like since it had some interesting world ideas and an actually sweet male lead who isn't an overbearing a**hole, but unfortunately it crosses the line for me as a face-slapping novel. By that I mean, its revenge always feels way, way too excessive. Literally every single world I've read so far has had me going, "Man, this guy did not deserve this." It's also notable because everyone who has been... more>> face-slapped has been, lo and behold, someone who has hit on/been in love with/had a crush on the male lead! To the point that it feels like they're not so much being punished for whatever deed they did before, but rather for daring to hit on the protagonist's man.

And, yes, I know in most of them, the protagonist himself doesn't actually do much face-slapping. The face-slapping happens as per narrative convention. I'm taking a Doylist, not a Watsonian, perspective here, OK? And saying that the punishment these "villains" get from the narrative is excessive.

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Like, OK, first world dude jeopardized the mission by being super ignorant and reckless (which inadvertently sends our protagonist on a fatal mission) but, wow, forgive me, I guess I'm a bleeding heart for believing that ignorance doesn't justify being human trafficked essentially and r*ped for the rest of his life.

Third world, I can kind of understand why the guy had to die since he (again, out of ignorance) almost caused the apocalypse, but I definitely did not think his boyfriend deserved to die for, basically, being a bad communicator and not properly talking things out with his significant other. The guy was a good guy! And to just have the protagonist (and the narrative) essentially say, "He asked for it, " when he died nameless on a mountain because he was trying to find medicine for his boyfriend... Honestly, I felt like this novel was super malicious at that point and I couldn't continue.

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OK, I actually see a pattern now that I'm typing these things out. It's that these antagonistic figures are never deliberate in whatever they do. They always end up f*cking things up on accident. And while I'm a huge believer in impact superseding intent, I feel the scale of their punishments are way over the top for their (oftentimes, kind of understandable) mistakes. The narrative never even gives them a chance to try and fix it, for pete's sake!

In all honesty, the novel just sometimes feel way too apathetic to human life and suffering and lowkey vicious for me to enjoy. It's not the worst QT novel I've read, but it's certainly the one that has stuck with me the most negatively. (Probably because it had some good points that it's bad points stick out even more.) <<less
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Arihel Tempest
Arihel Tempest rated it
July 9, 2018
Status: c3
This story is a similar style and format to many of its Web Novel Counterparts.

It has a premise of watching one character jump from world to world, except rather than being run by a ‘system’ – the entity in charge of whichever human is assigned to go through numerous worlds with web novel premises – the main character works a ‘9 - 5’ job for a specific type of rebirth storyline.

This novel assumes that you’re already familiar with this type of story – what a system is and how it... more>> works, plus common tropes of the genres typical for web novels – because it speeds through a lot of exposition in the beginning. If you are familiar, its not hard to comprehend the idea of there being a bureaucratic system dedicate to a specific type of trope, someone who has grievances about they way they die.

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It a world hopping story with a unique base.

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It flies through a lot (finishing all the basic exposition, introduction to the first arc, and then drops you into the action by the end of the first chapter) in order to get to the stuff that most people would essentially read this kind of story for.

I would have enjoyed seeing a more unique way in which the main character could fill out these requests, but it’s not meant to dive deep into the meta of the genre, it’s meant to be a fun read. And it is so far.

Here’s a probably helpful note for the first chapter because it took me a bit before I understood what was happening? It’s a guess, so read at your discretion:

Spoiler

When the main character (Lu Heng) first wakes up in his client’s (Reiner Hart) world, the face he sees is not his client’s but his own made to look similar to his client. I’m assuming that Lu Heng was suppose to wake up in Reiner’s body it was suppose to look exactly like Reiner, and the fact that Lu Heng didn’t was a major issue — hence why both the main character and his system are worried and confused.

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Bourbon
Bourbon rated it
July 31, 2018
Status: c17
I like the writing style of the author. Its engaging and very easy to read. You dont tire of it easily too, She says the events beforehand and as you read you connect it bit by bit with how loosely she writes her sentences, giving you more room to imagine the plot.

Arc 1 is really good, I feel like im already satisfied with the events of it therefore I have a high bar for the next arc. Even if I have read lots of novels with systems or 2nd chances... more>> or transmigrations, this was one of those fics I hold dearly in my "best novels list", I could see myself rereading this novel for many years to come. In fact, just this week ive reread it all thrice.

Please do read this novel, its really lovely ^^ ill give it a 100%. <<less
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ByleeM
ByleeM rated it
October 3, 2020
Status: c58
I like to hate my villians OK? I like to see them faceslapped so hard I pity them then remember what they did to the MC and MLoveInterest and be like "do it again!!" But I can't do that in this novel. The people who get punished are s*upid yes but not bad people so I really cant advocate for their horrible punishment.

This novel got the ML right which I cant say for most novels with this trope but it failed to transition the MC and his roles. I felt... more>> like he lacked empathy for those people he played, like they were just a job him which makes it hard to like. Especially in the first arc, I had no idea how he or the original host felt about anyone! And the ending was sh*t! They tried to make it touching but the plot holes😱. How did ML fall for Carlo in one world then allow him to be............ in this one? And if he loved MC all along how did he end up with Carlo in the first universe?

Its not horrible but Ive truly read better and worse.

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I am a Plebeian
I am a Plebeian rated it
July 9, 2018
Status: c3
It may be too soon to give a proper review but I kinda like this kind of stories.

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this is isn't really much of a spoiler since the tags already said it has omegaverse in it, though the first arc is OMEGAVERSE!!! the MC is beta btw, so it is kinda interesting how this arc will go... ?

majority of my rating is due to this ?

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mrews
mrews rated it
October 6, 2018
Status: Completed
typical of this world-hopping genre, this novel feature a few different settings and plunges its main character into these settings. What separates this novel from others within this genre however, is that the protagonist do this as a job, so there's at least an explanation on why there's a world hopping in the first place. The other thing is that the 'system' that usually a staple in this genre and doubles as a cheat for the protagonist take a back seat in this novel.

Of the eight arcs/setting/worlds presented in this... more>> book, some are more interesting than others. The authors actually putting some effort in building these worlds and except for the first one, the others are not just conventional setting like zombie apocalypse, but conventional setting with some twist (ex: zombies but with demon, cultivation but also an otome game).

The protagonist himself are bland but profesional (?). As world hopping is his job, he will typically follows the characterization of the body that he wears. The ML is the typical super-competent-and-possesive ML. The relationship between these two are while not exactly slow burn, it takes a few worlds to build, and the dynamic afterwards is quite good.

Overall, an okay read. 4/5 stars. <<less
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shelwyn
shelwyn rated it
July 8, 2018
Status: c1
The first chapter skips through thoughts like crazy. It's an incoherent info dump. You can basically skim through chapter one and get a feel for the the type of story it is. Either you'll be okay with the writing style enough to stay or you'll hate it and drop.

Now that I think about it the story is like the description. See how its perfectly normal then suddenly half way through it noticable becomes a garbaled mess of words and thoughts? The story is like that.
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Youkonos
Youkonos rated it
November 16, 2020
Status: Completed
A rather mellow read.

The protagonist is calm and collected. At most he'll throw a small fit when the male lead acts ridiculous or overly possessive, but in general his attitude is rather like a steady boat on a small stream. The male lead on the other hand is the standard, "I'm pretty much yandere for you but I will never hurt you", vinegar pot like most other stories. He gets props for considering mc's feelings and respecting his autonomy instead of trying to control him like some of the more... more>> disgusting male leads that pop up, but there really isn't much else to note about him. Overall, it comes off as a bit predictable and lacking in unique chemistry.

The author generally tries to be a bit more creative with their settings, but the overall premises are similar to other quick wears out there. Honestly, I liked the first arc the most because of the strength of emotion it goes through. The rest of the arcs are fine but it never hits the emotional highs of the first.

I do have a bit of a problem with the ending. What the heck is happening there lol?

Spoiler

It's revealed that the MC and ML are fundamental beings of the universe born from chaos itself. Despite how the last arc ended, this feels so out there, I can't help but go wtf. A lot of authors try to pull some sort of reasoning for the quick wears but this feels out of left field.

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Overall, it's an alright book. I would suggest it over a lot of the other questionable works floating around, but temper your expectations. <<less
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Winter lily
Winter lily
June 20, 2020
Status: --
An absolute nightmare to read whilst on mobile. The site has like 10 ads sprinkled throughout the text in every single chapter after the first dozen. The site alone made my battery life go down by 4% with how insane the consumption rate is. Story's fine, nothing too special, but it 100% isn't worth my phone heating up after just 5 minutes of reading. I'm dropping this novel purely for the sake of my electronics and for my peace of mind.

Edit: Just realized that I should also give a... more>> consensus on the overall book that isn't tainted by my hate for the site.

Plot wise, it's generic. It's not unique, it's not the first time that I see an MC who's like a sort of worker who sets off to complete people's dying wishes. The first arc remains the one that was the most appealing, even with the info dumps. Probably would've been better off making the first arc a novel, to be honest, but hey. I was intrigued at first, since unlike every other quick transmigration novel, MC doesn't fall in love in the first arc and I hoped that that would continue to happen, but I was wrong. The second arc followed the generic « falling in love with a child of destiny » route, but with major info dumps littered about.

As the novel goes on, you start to realize that it's literally just become one of those face-slapping novels, but without good villains. Like okay, I can get why some of them got what they did, but it's usually such a far stretch. Only actual reasonable one is in the first arc since the dude did put 90% of the army in danger, but hey, we can't have nice things now, can we?

The characters are very forgettable, even the MC and the ML. Their personalities have been dumbed down for plot convenience, and the original hard-working MC is later reduced to « face-slapping protagonist ». ML isn't a total nut job though, which is nice to see, I guess? He isn't a total as*hole and doesn't try to force anything on his lover, which is sadly rarely seen in qt novels. But then again, he's just like every other ML in every other aspect, he just so happens to have more respect for his lover.

All in all, not the best or worst of the genre, it's just a generic revenge qt book after a couple arcs (but with unwarranted extreme revenge plots). <<less
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Flying Jade
Flying Jade rated it
June 21, 2019
Status: c56
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. This book sets the precedence for what a world-hopping MC with a system should he like.

Most times, there books with the same background just "cheat" with their overpowered systems or by going out-of-character (when they claim they are not).

I love this book because the background for the world-hopping is well thought out and not some random act of luck. The missions are set, the system doesn't give plotline-breaking advantages, the MC has to actually think his way out, while acting like his predecessor and at the same... more>> time, he must follow all the paths his predecessor took, mistakes and all, but change the ending.

Aiyo, even the faceslapping has to wait till the end, truly a professional world-hopper! <<less
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rhianirory
rhianirory rated it
February 7, 2019
Status: Completed
i almost didn't bother with this because the first story is ABO and I really don't like that genre. The rest of the stories, however, were good and I'm glad I stuck with it past that first story. The worlds were all interesting (some more than others) and always had something a little different from the normal quick wear genres, adding a twist to make it seem fresh. One or two were stuck in there just for fluffs sake but that's OK, not every story has to be all about... more>> heavy drama, tragedy and the base human condition. The fluff lets the readers brain take a break now and then and just enjoy the warm fuzzies. There were only about nine worlds but in most of them the story was fairly long in comparison to some other quick wear novels and each world was completed with a comprehensible story line and and plot arc that didn't just peter out at the end. <<less
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ResidentialPsycho
ResidentialPsycho rated it
October 8, 2018
Status: c19
Very good. The first arc made me bawl my eyes out--repeatedly.

The overarching setting is established early on, and the MC is fully aware of what his job entails and what his purpose is. He knows why he is going into these worlds, and he acts according to the role he is cast as. I really love having background established in these novels. The plots are interesting, and side-characters are also developed and given attention to. They all grow as the plot moves on. Great pacing. The writing is well-done and... more>> difficult to put down.

My only complaint thus far is that some of the action scenes are skimmed over. Although the intrigue and developments are good and exciting and I couldn't put this series down, it'd be nice to fill in some of the holes in the combat and action scenes.

It's like a mixture of Quickly Wear the Face of the Devil and Heroic Death System. Strongly recommended. <<less
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ike_00000
ike_00000 rated it
July 14, 2020
Status: v4
Mmm it's alright. Better than the tr*shy BL QTs, but definitely not all that remarkable either.

The main thing I liked about this story is how caring & non-yandere the ML is. I think that counts for a lot lol. But I personally didn't like the loopholes & lack of attention to detail on the part of the author in many of the arcs. The first arc was good; it seemed like based on the settings, MC had a proper sense of his client as well as his role. However, many... more>> subsequent arcs that disappeared. For the most part, it just became MC=client. For example, there are many things he shouldn't have wondered as the helper, but he did because the author was too immersed in writing him into client. Idk, author did it accidentally but I personally felt it disconcerting. He only regained his knowledge of the future & important plot points whenever it was important, but it seems he utterly forgot it afterwards.

Also, a lot of the developments it seems he predicted he really had no way of knowing it would happen. It's more like plot just happened to set him on the right path. Idk, based on the description, he should've been "scheming" to complete the tasks yet he hardly had to do anything and it would just work out for him. I'm not a fan of such plot convenience personally.

When he's in the client, rather than him not OOCing it feels more like he's not allowed to say things about his rebirth or get close to ML arbitrarily. The first arc it felt like he tried hard to stay in role, but subsequent arcs I felt like that's just his character and it doesn't really matter. Like arc2 he had amnesia for most of it so OOCing wasn't even a thing, and then arc3 had a similar character to arc2.

Although I say some lack of attention to detail, the arcs are quite in depth and the developments are quite original. It's still an okay read. I'm especially interested in the current arc 5 hahaha bending the stallion of fate! <<less
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holizshit
holizshit rated it
June 22, 2020
Status: c40
This was depressing.

I had no idea a novel could break my heart this much. Even the first arc made me break down. I still reread it from time to time just for the sake of going on a feels trip QAQ Of course, other arcs are heartbreaking as well, but the first arc especially sealed the deal for me.

Basically:

    • Not for the weak-hearted (why are you even here...)
    • Not for those who dislike reading long chapters and long arcs
    • Not for those who want fluffy moments (quickly scram, you'll get your heart broken)
    • Perfect for you who like tragedy stories
    • Might make you even more depressed than before
Each arc provides a necessary background story that supports the world-building so we can understand it better. Sometimes, these details might seem excessive and too long, but it IS important. It makes the world complete, not just like a makeshift world. Thus, we can get absorbed more into the story. The pace is slow and each chapter has a lofty word count which can seem like a hassle but rest assured, each word contributes to the story.

A truly satisfying read, a solid 5 from me!
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hy-d-ra
hy-d-ra rated it
February 18, 2020
Status: c70
This is actually a pretty decent one. I personally don't agree with people who say that the story goes downhill.

Many may not like the fact that arcs are LONG. Except for the first one, all the next worlds occupy enough text space. The worlds are built on cliche settings but the care for the story fills with enough detal to dive into it. It has enough of description and twists to be interesting. I sometimes don't really like when the story looks like a draft and all the content are... more>> shared in two to three sentences. The introduction story is really short, while MC listens to all the wronged souls who have been wrongly accused, but later since he needs to change it everything goes into a totally different direction. I ended up liking this MC, since he cares and despite being OP and such he still feels righteous in his actions and quite cool. I may not have cried, but his dedication is really touching. For a change the development between MC and ML is different from other stories. MC at first doesn't know that he changed the fate of sons of fate, but later what comes first is their feelings and not always intimacy, for once he realizes that despite him knowing it's his man he doesn't jump him and ML doesn't fall head over heels at first glance and they do pa-pa-pa next chapter. Which for people who prefer this kind of development will be nice.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to how it'll go next. <<less
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Saikick
Saikick rated it
December 14, 2019
Status: c39
For once, an actually non-rapey love story between the ML and MC, and that alone (plus the very strong feelings between the two) is deserving of all the praise. Consent is life.
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Accellia
Accellia rated it
November 9, 2019
Status: c2
Long review and mashed up comment and guessing from me

This transmigration story is complex bcs some mix and match; MC is transmigrating bcs task from Underworld's Soul Purification Department (I'll abbreviated as USPD), it's doesn't sound like futuristic world, more like afterlife or heaven-hell theme. Also I'm in 3rd arc where, the apocalypse combined with some cultivation theme. Added with poetic wording of the author, it makes this novel more... complex.
For me this can be as complex as Game Loading. Let's see if the author will take the background... more>> story of USPD as intriguing as Game Loading or not. If not, that's okay too.

Arc 1 is lil bit confusing, vague, and more tragic when you imagining it on other view. Also get more complicated in my too imaginative mind..

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XYT is actually has a feeling for Reiner (the client whose body taken by our MC, LH) but XYT is a bit late realizing his feeling, and disappointed with Reiner (ori). When XYT confess, original Reiner didnt get it in original plot, the one he confess is not Reiner but LH, stranger from another world. And Reiner never have a chance to confess too. ?

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Unrelated-but-related-to-series opinion:
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I always think about the original owner in this kind of story. They never have a chance to be as happy as body-snatcher does. And the one around them too, if they have partner whose together for a long time, it's sad if the partner never knows that their partner already replaced, the one they love is someone else. Except some series, like DPUBFTB

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At some point, I started to thinking, what's the point of dying as important people, if the one who makes it is not you, the real you? What did these clients of USPD get, when they didn't even feel the fame or anything of their sacrifice bcs they are already dead? Just their soul purified? So they have no grievances? It's automatically gone after USPD correcting their path? If it's like that, the plot is too shallow... ok I'm thinking too much (-_-)

The confusing arc 1 makes it seems disconnected to arc 2...

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For me it's bcs ML (XYT) in Arc 1 specially belong to Reiner than LH, since there's already something between XYT-Reiner in original plot. it's different with ML (SK) in Arc 2 because there is no relationship between client (Zheng) with ML in the original plot, and it's clear that LH (who got thrown to 100 years ago) is the one whose SK together with, also SK is from LH world too. Except... XYT when LH goes in is someone from LH world too...

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So, for me it's 4.5/5, will change when this novel complete. <<less
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