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A world where all of the greatest in all dimensions have gathered.

Three out of five were the strongest in their world, and one of them was considered the strongest in history.

A crazy world where a wandering goblin would be above level 90.

Asgard, otherwise known as “Heaven above the heavens.”

In a world where all of the monsters of the worlds meet, Vulcan’s new adventure begins.

Max Level Newbie average rating 4.2/5 - 190 user ratings
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New introparadox rated it
November 1, 2017
Status: c104
If there is something that I would complain about, it would be that this novel is not hyper good, and that it's a women-less novel up to now, it's truly dry in this aspect. So I think it deserve more than 5 in the rating standard of this website.


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the MC starts to overly relay on the help of summons (he spent 100 years grinding only trying to gather orbs needed for summoning, he didn't try to improve himself during this time at all), and he start to be overpowered by enemies his level or lower considering that the MC is higher than his numerical level and with his top notch equipment. The MC personality also started to feel unstable, he started as a calculating man only to discover that his true personality is the inverse hotblooded, then now he is neither, he start to seems a like a stupid coward, though all of that is not extreme, and justifiable so the story is still good, but it started to get annoying.

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New Chourou
October 27, 2017
Status: --
Readers! Think of titel and synopsis like this: Max level in the old world -> newbie in the new continent.

Max level in old world -> became newbie in the new world. Therefor, "Max level newbie" because there is a higher level limit in next realm/world. But honestly, the writer of this novel knows how to write, but fails at titel. This is how I have interpreted it.

Now for this novel. I will make it short, I actually enjoyed it. Its the usual main character transferred to another world... more>> with gaming system. There is a goal, there is a story, novel is not milked and filled with bunch of fillers. It is not too much of a ultra-nationalistic novel.

A recommended read.

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October 18, 2016
Status: c3
Yeah, I feel the synopsis is kinda confusing. Basically the MC was a guy who got transported into another world, got game system, completed quests, and reaching level 99, which is the highest in that world. That is just the background that's covered for 1 chapter, it's not important. But what's interesting is we'll see the story when the MC enters Asgard, where levels of 3, 4, 5... digits exist. So this guy with level 99 up against lets say level 800? yeah, he weak af, but I like how... more>> the author is taking the previously strong, to weak, to growing strong again idea into an unique type of premise! <<less
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Overclock rated it
September 29, 2016
Status: c2
Just beginning, but very good. Also don't be misled by title. Not about some new player with a cheat that maxed out his level, OP nonsense.

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knifeandko rated it
December 9, 2016
Status: c9
This novel is not exactly bad, however it's just not my piece of cake. The MC is positioned at first as an extremely powerful guy, who capped his level at 99, with skill at S lvl. But then he is transported into a world where he is on the bottom of the power chart. And here the things start to get kind of "meh" - ... more>>

a relatively powerful street vendor directs him to a really powerful inn owner, who then starts training the MC and another guy. All the while the protagonist whines at himself. Then this "master" orders them to attack trees (which, for some reason, have levels)

and here I stopped reading. The translation is OK, the setting is interesting too, however the characters just irritate me. I'd not recommend this story, but you are free to see for yourself if it's your kind of novel.

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scribbledoutname rated it
February 24, 2017
Status: c33
Vulcan is a great MC, but even though I love RPG stories I find it hard to enjoy this one...

I really enjoyed the first few chapters and some of Vulcan's later dungeon grinding, and maybe a few moments here and there, but man. Maybe it'll get more exciting further down the line but so far MLN is taking a lot of energy to keep going.

Like another reviewer said, it's not BAD but... I can't put my finger on it. It might be a mix of the events (which... more>> IMO are kinda meh so far) and the characters' personalities, which I don't find very interesting either... I can't think of any characters I look forward to seeing. It doesn't help that Asgard is, to me, a really unappealing place to explore, so I'm not excited about that either. Somehow Asgard -- or at least the city the start takes place in -- feels less like a living, breathing world and more like a vaguely sketched out outline with some random factions / nuisances who aren't very interesting.

Summary: Has promise and some decent bits here and there, but isn't exciting enough (so far). Might change later though. I'll keep going for now and maybe change this review if the story gets more compelling. <<less
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Blisfulloblivion rated it
April 5, 2017
Status: c73
Starts slow as the story uses the first 10-15 chapters setting things up. Things pick up after the newbie training and gets really interesting. The world building is well done and very creative. The author has taken common gamer tropes and embelished them into something mature and well thought out. Instead of explaining obviouse gaming machanics the author instead focuses on the pros and cons of the gamer system and how the MC overcomes and exploits them. Its a combination of gamer levelups and wuxia enlightenment. Pure grinding won't help... more>> the MC get stronger and so he has to level his skills by properly learning magic, swordsmsnship, etc. This saves the story from being a boring grindfest that half the gamer stories fall into. It helps even more that the author focuses on character development and doesn't waste more time then necssary on the grinding bits. By not getting caught up in the repetitive monster hunting it allows the story to keep a good pace. Some more details on the world would be fun but unnecessary as the world is heavily based on classic MMOs. Its refreshing to read a gamer webnovel thats not smothering the reader in excessive and obviouse details (like basic rpg machanics and pages of level grinding).

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Chamber rated it
May 29, 2017
Status: completed
One of the few novels I actually enjoyed reading to the end. The ending feels slightly rushed (like the last two chapters though) and is pretty generic, but overall, it has some nice quality to it.

Recommended for those who like cultivation novels.

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grandplex rated it
February 16, 2017
Status: c38
Haven't seen a review beyond the intro phase basically, so I'll write one. This is actually pretty good. In the beginning it seems a little generic, and the personalities are a little flat for the first 10-15 chapters, but then it really takes off, the characters start having interesting personalities, and we get past the MC being really weak. The only small downside is it is actually going a bit too fast almost, I hope the MC does not reach the point where he is OP and... more>> then it spends a bunch of chapters with him stupidly messing around before he moves on to the next area like in some bad chinese novels. Not expecting it though since this is a korean novel where the author's aren't whoring their consciences to pad their chapter count into the 1000's.

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Ashra rated it
August 21, 2017
Status: c84
I am a massive fan of this series. I just love how different the setup is to most other novels i've read.

In this after everyone maxes out in their world they upgrade to Asgard where nearly everyone else has insane skills/levels/everyone else is a MC in their own right.

Fairly fun series with a lot of grinding/fighting/bosses/awesome side characters
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OrderedChaos rated it
June 16, 2017
Status: --
Okay soo the best thing about the novel is that its well written but everything else is basically meh. I feel as if im reading a journal aside from the character interactions/monologues. The author doesn't talk too much about his system which is great for people who dont want to get info dumped but at the same time I think hes just bad at explaining background settings and/or avoiding it too much. He only states the minimum possible parts of the setting and doesn't say much else.

In turn, the... more>> reader feels like the MC is just running around from place to place (oddly enough the before entering a hidden dungeon there seems to be much more details which leads me to believe that the author can get detailed but oddly doesn't seem to want to, another example is the act 1 boss and other character details). At first I thought it was smartly written but its just well written to the point where its as if you got on a leisurely train ride. Basically the only thing thats making me want to read this is just to know what happens next. Its not a horrible novel but its not a masterpiece either. The great thing is that its executed decently.

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Yung_lane rated it
September 27, 2017
Status: c92
*** Decided to delete previous review, as qualms I had became baseless after a certain number of chapters. Before I would have said I was being generous giving it a '4', however now, after getting up to date it has proven its worth in being much more.

The setup is new and interesting, the progression seems dry at first but gets exciting later on, and lastly the character development which the novel seems to be devoid of in the beginning, rears its head from around C. 40 onwards. It... more>> is not the "best" game based novel I've read, but it's still exceptional.

I can definitely see how this might not be to some people's tastes, but if you love the "game" or "level up" kind of genre, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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fanobody rated it
May 31, 2017
Status: prologue
Good but the story don't push to be one of the best. Litrpg that focus more on level than skill and mastery. Repetitive fight with many boom badaboum.

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Plot hole: Like the player that had raised their level to 99 without death didn't even raise their mastery.

Ps: Play any game to max level without a death and you are an hardcore and know the majority of the game.

At the start, it make sense that he is op because of his mastery but at the late game, he should not have that mutch of an advantage.

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