Magic Industry Empire


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A prestigious senior mechanical engineer in the industry, Xu Yi was sent to a world dominated by magic.

In a world with an almost non-existent industrial system, how can Xu Yi display his value?

When magic collides with modern technology, when magic merges with machinery, that is the beginning of this story.

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Dizzcity rated it
October 15, 2019
Status: v1c25
Actually pretty good. A young and bright mechanical engineer gets transmigrated into the body of an averagely-talented but poor magic student. Instead of pursuing magic in the form of ultimate power residing in his body, he decides to combine his average magic along with engineering know-how to focus on applications of magic embedded in common consumer products instead.

The MC's personality so far has been rational and thoughtful, neither arrogant nor excessively humble. No face-slapping here... if anything, he tries to avoid trouble and is sensitive to the nuances of interpersonal... more>> interaction and reputation (or is made aware pretty soon). And the engineering mindset seems pretty solidly-grounded, though the author doesn't make it overly-technical.

Right now, the sole missing element is that the MC is a bit too successful. It's okay for now since this is still the beginning of the story and some initial success is expected. Going forward, though, it's important to see if the author will make the MC fail at stuff, since we readers don't know whether this story will be just a Gary Stu story of continuous success, or whether there will be actual drama and challenges to keep it interesting. <<less
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Oddwaffle rated it
May 24, 2020
Status: v2c108
This novel had great potential but the author failed at working out a decent world building, working out proper finance and doing enough research.

At first one would think there is a plot but after a while people will notice that pretty much everything outside of a few characters exist to glorify the MC. The author would never explore more about the society and just write whatever to fit the MC path.

At some point, any reader will realize that the amount of money the MC earn is not comparable to what... more>> he spend and the author keeps inventing stuff to fudge over this point.

Lastly, the author just failed at economics but still trying to make up stuff. It really hard to explain but the author assume the economy is infinite and somehow just works like magic even when the MC is causing major chaos in it. At the least, the economy would experiencing liquidity shortage of the MC keeps making and throwing money randomly. <<less
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FleetingCloud rated it
May 16, 2020
Status: --
The translator site (Veratales) does a decent job at adapting it English, with some minor mistakes, but nothing that will cause your head to hurt.I highly recommend this novel to someone that looks for a smart protagonist that uses his modern knowledge to his advantage.
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bullistic rated it
May 10, 2020
Status: v2c113
I enjoy reading this novel.

It might offend you if you are an engineer but for common folk that don't think too deeply about how things work, the novel is a fun read.

The translator site (Veratales) does a decent job at adapting it English, with some minor mistakes, but nothing that will cause your head to hurt.

I highly recommend this novel to someone that looks for a smart protagonist that uses his modern knowledge to his advantage. Another good plus (so far) is that it doesn't have any of the bullsh*t... more>> "Chinese superior culture" that comes from many popular novels on this site. <<less
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johnjmr rated it
November 24, 2019
Status: v1c73
While the book has some wasted potential, I enjoy it well enough. It's an event-driven story rather than a character driven story, so sometimes it can feel a bit flat. You probably won't enjoy it if you're expecting something at the level of Release That Witch, but it's an interesting read. A lot of reviewers seem to dismiss stuff for being "unrealistic" when related to the industrial revolution. 1) There's literally magic. 2) The entire background is that the guy was one of the top geniuses of mechanical engineering. If... more>> you aren't the latter, then just sit back and suspend that disbelief. <<less
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ShadyShadow rated it
March 15, 2020
Status: v2c58
Another tech&magic mashup novel which is pretty entertaining IF you can ignore some technical mistakes and characters that cant think for themselves and are just bad writing filled up with tropes (The interpretation of Dwarves and Elves is just really horrible, and while there are characters of the respective races that stand out a bit from the masses, theres not much difference in the end.)
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