Killing Grounds of Gods and Devils

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Su Yu was in a third rate university when the “Sky Holes” appeared, his school fell through the “Sky Hole” and appeared in the middle of a forest that was teeming with terrifying creatures.

Witness a fearsome transformation that originates from his hand…

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KGGD
神魔养殖场
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Recommendations
God and Devil World (5)
Terror Infinity (4)
Everyone Else is a Returnee (3)
Gate of Revelation (3)
Arena (2)
The Ultimate Evolution (2)

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03/16/17 faktranslations c179
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miles118
miles118 rated it
June 15, 2016
Status: c90
It's a very good novel. I love survival game and apocalypse world. This is one of them. The MC is not some kinds of unrealistic jack of all trade, and it makes it pretty realistic and more believable. He doesn't stumble upon treasure because he is lucky, but because he is willing to risk his life. He is not a leader yet and he doesn't have the ambition to be one but it is getting there I think. I love survival game and apocalypse world. This is one of them.... more>> Because of that it's bound to have some major character development. <<less
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sleib
sleib rated it
June 12, 2016
Status: c122
Story is awesome! Though some say that it's a copy of god and devil world, it is not true. First of all this story came out before god and devil world. Second of all while they both have gaming elements, they also have many differences in that regard too. Third of all story is not even happening on earth. In fact as story progresses you will see more and more differences between two novels. I read GDW too but I enjoyed reading this. Also while I still like GDW (because... more>> of awesome battle scenes), it has many shortcomings (mostly after they left first city). But this story is new and I do not see same shortcomings yet. So there is a chance that this will be much better than GDW. I personally really enjoy reading this and read all translated chapters in one go. It has interesting world, power system, cool action fights, abilities and characters here show more of their personality than in GDW. Also for now I like this MC more than Yue Zhong. He is still badass and tough, but has more likable personality and is more relatable than Yue Zhong. <<less
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LeeEzekiel
LeeEzekiel rated it
June 5, 2016
Status: c62
Promising at first, but jumps the shark at around Chapter 60. Major first arc spoilers ahead:

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Spoiler

The author built up to this moral dilemma of what to do with the many people left behind in the school, and completely messes up the resolution. It's hard to summarize how bad it is, but here are a few points that were extremely jarring:

1. Four people (including the MC and the fairly moral second-in-command of their group) have no qualms killing their fellow students and teachers to protect their food when the plan fails. They have never killed humans before. Policewoman doesn't protest, and this slaughter happens in front of a child (whose reaction is also nonexistent).
2. Jade has absolutely no problem with how Su Yun unhesitatingly kills people, despite being much more innocent to the cruelties of this world. She even has it in her to smile just a few minutes later. It's obvious that the author doesn't really give a damn about the nameless mooks in his story, and it carries over into the attitudes of the main cast, even when it makes no sense.

3. Su Yu then gives Lin Shi a few inspiring words, telling him not to give up hope and try to lead this abandoned group to survival. The latter tears up, moved; it seems like all is forgiven as they go separate ways, hoping to meet again one day.
The entire thing is completely unrealistic, and feels like the author squandered opportunities with this overly simple turn of events. He really just wanted to get this arc over with and move on to the adventures of the main group.

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After this, it goes back to the grinding, which is another problem. Battles are all well and good, but they quickly become repetitive. Powerful boss mob shows up, people die, Su Yun somehow manages to get the last hit, gains a level and new moves. For a very similar series that does things much better, check out "Boku wa Isekai de Fuyo Mahou to Shoukan Mahou wo Tenbin ni Kakeru". <<less
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asianMekai
asianMekai rated it
May 4, 2016
Status: --
This is basically a copy of God and Devil's World, except that it's not zombies this time around.
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ckurst
ckurst rated it
June 1, 2016
Status: c70
I read both God and Devil World and Killing Ground of God and Devils. Both novels have similarities like a dystopian theme with monsters, but each has their own unique touch to the genre. God and Devil World is much closer to a game like world where characters level up and use skill books while Killing Grounds of Gods and Devils feel like evolution rather than leveling. The characters appear to take on physical characteristics that seem inhumane like scales and claws. I feel like KGGD is heading towards an... more>> end goal where the human race evolves into something else entirely. This type of ending seems really unique. Plus the main characters have drastically different personalities. I love both novels. Each one has its pros and cons. But I have to say KGGD has a slight edge over GDW, because significant characters actually die. GDW gives all of its significant characters plot armor thick as f*ck, so no one important dies. I want death. This is supposed to be the apocalypse, so someone die! <<less
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Nedrey
Nedrey rated it
May 31, 2016
Status: c67
Not a copy of GDW, but very repetitive nonetheless. So far, it goes like this: MC and company struggle to fight against a group of monsters. They struggle, but manage to pull through. Bigger monster immediately comes into the scene. Death (s) in the company. MC manages to do something incredible and beat the big monster. MC levels up ahead of co and powers up. Incredibly, sometimes, an even bigger monster comes in and MC again performs miracle to pull through and level up. This repetitive process has taken up... more>> the majority of chapters. Harem route being established in chapters in between even though MC insists there's only one girl for him. 2/5 only because the translation is good <<less
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8Psycho
8Psycho rated it
May 7, 2016
Status: --
God and Devil’s World meets Heavenly Calamity.

Even more absurd and ridiculus than GDW.

Characters that supposed to be in twenties behaves like early teens.

Dropped it around 85 chap, because, well, its boring; author lack wits to think of something new, or at least use well existing concepts.
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Varno
Varno rated it
May 30, 2016
Status: c66
This novel draws you in with a well diversified cast that each brings something to the table, whether that be a voice of reason or someone that that'll propose an action that would seem selfish at first glance but when carefully thought of makes perfect sense (considering they've got hoards of monster trying to kill them).

The main character for this novel can be described in a few words brave, perceptive and considerate. Their team leader gu hai something (i can't remember these Chinese names so pardon me) does a great... more>> job of keeping the team calm and together in a predicament that really couldn't get much worse.

I give this story a 4.4 out of 5 for it's humanized characters and it potential... and maybe because of my biases toward well describe action sequences. I recommend this to anyone looking for a quality survival story. <<less
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ScotlandForsythe
ScotlandForsythe rated it
March 29, 2019
Status: c53
EDIT

I continued reading this and after a reminder from someone else I came to update this review.

This is actually a pretty decent novel which requires the characters to make decisions that may not be moral, but are required in this novel because of certain rules. It has a sort of thrill that novels of this genre have. I honestly just want to negate a few things that I said in my old review. ... more>>
Spoiler

Power in numbers would not have worked. Large groups of people would lead to a higher number of monsters that were more powerful coming after the characters.

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In the beginning I couldn't see the point I made in the spoiler because it hadn't been revealed when I dropped it. This novel isn't my cup of tea, but I admit the concepts are sound and the character actions make sense after a bit more reading.

PREVIOUS REVIEW:

I remember reading this and then dropping it because of how the main character and all the people who are sent out to scout (and don't die) are so unsympathetic and ugh.

Spoiler

they basically aren'tsent out come back stronger and say (roughly) that they are not going to help the hundreds of people in the school because it's killer be killed and we don't care about you guys. This ticks me off so much because the MC almostfid not become a scout. He was completely ordinary. What if he had been left behind the scouting team had come back and thought the same thing? It would be different right? And at some point later on he becomes strong enough to screw all the monsters around and instead of helping the other students out by easily farming and increasing the number of strong people he doesn't give crap. The change of mindset it huge. In fact, the only reason he came back to the school after being sent out as a scout was so he could get his 'girlfriend' (i don't remember they were dating or not).

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The premise and idea was good, but every goes down for me after. They don't consider anyone else's position and I get it is now a kill or be killed world, but have they ever heard of strength in numbers? It would have made sense to help them after they had become strong enough, but I guess basic human survival morals aren't there. :/ Overall, it just rubbed me the wrong way. <<less
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