MMORPG: Martial Gamer

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Catching arrows, running up walls, crushing boulders and bending metal, these are but petty parlour tricks in the eyes of martial artists. But where can a genuine martial artist stand in an era where martial artists are nothing more than a myth?

Wang Yu, the most peerless martial prodigy the world has ever seen, elopes with his wife to escape an arranged marriage that was set for him as a child. Now aimless and living off his wife, Wang Yu explores the world of “Rebirth,” to seek a living. Rebirth is a world where dragons, demons and immortals are more than just legends, and Wang Yu is set to make a legend of his own.

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网游之我是武学家
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Sotenisaze
Sotenisaze
November 7, 2018
Status: c431
Okay first, upon reading this just consider the MC as a side character because him alone makes the story suk, what makes this novel a good read is the comedy and antics of their whole guild when the MC joins the fray. It is good as a comedy adventure novel, guild mermbers are shameless in a humorous way, I recommend to read it until chapter 50 if you do not find it to be funny well cant be help.
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Sonivitus
Sonivitus
March 10, 2018
Status: --
It's really great.

Well, I am one of those who read many, many novels and manga over the years.

And this is fresh in:

  1. MC got a wife and their interaction is similar to real life interactions.
    Elsewhere it's usually just "Girl X having this thirst to see or touch MC again",
    "Girl Y admiring MC endlessly", "Girls X being jealous of girl Y".
  2. The MC has normal interactions with other players. Not just speaking to NPCs.
  3. The MC is not mentally broken or twisted or just hungry for power due to feeling insecure,
    like it's the usual norm in most other novels.
It is really a fresh breeze after reading so many other novels. The downside here is for the time being that author is not that capable at portraying the MC as... more>> "powerful but dumb" (to make him not too OP).
It would be more believable if the MC had more goals in the game (like, you don't care about MC being dumb if he has many social goals and would say it's rather "slice of life type novel")

I really look forward to reading more. <<less
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samspd71
samspd71 rated it
July 24, 2019
Status: c277
2/5 - D Tier - A Joyride

The entire premise of the novel is, although not unique, good enough to hook readers.

The MC actually has a reason for his initial overpowered nature, having been a martial practitioner since a young age. However, as the novel continues, one would realize just how badly broken his class (and many other classes) are. From a gaming perspective, the designers failed.

One of the things I loved about the novel was the guild the MC joins. Imagine Fairy Tail but everyone there is batsh*t crazy or just plain there for the lols. The members of the guild are all a tight-nit band of experts with quirks and gimmicks of their own, some have actual personalities, but they all give little care for anyone standing in their way. They fight and scheme against regular players, guilds, each other, and even the in-game NPCs themselves. [The ‘guild fights’, which can’t really be called wars, do get old and repetitive, however.] I’m glad the guild isn’t large, starting off with only 9 characters with an ‘acting leader’ that even gets picked on just like the rest of them do to each other as none of them really listen to authorities, their a band of freedom lovers.

There's some small amount of mysteries within the novel accompanying a larger one. Which is, who exactly is Wang Yu?

Wang Yu isn’t exactly like most Chinese protagonists. He tries to be forgiven and tries to talk things out, but most conflicts are resolved through fists in the end whether he wants it or not. He is a kind and giving person, the story doesn’t just tell us that, it actually shows it.

Although he has a wife, romance is not one of the important aspects of the novel. Although there are many females within the book, they don’t fawn over him, in fact, some fawn over other side characters.

One thing the novel lacks: Tension. Not once did I feel tense while reading it. Not once did I believe he wouldn’t win or find a way out of a tough situation. The novel is there for a joyride, not an intrinsic plotline.

Aside from the main character and his immediate friends or guild, none of the characters have personalities beyond ‘this girl is nice’ or ‘this guy is arrogant’.

The writing isn’t the best nor is it the worst. Descriptions are short and brief. Action scenes are subpar but they are not terrible either, at least they don’t come down to a beam of light but they certainly aren’t masterful either.

If you want a joyride, by all means, read.

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samspd71
samspd71 rated it
July 24, 2019
Status: c277
2/5 - D Tier - A Joyride

The entire premise of the novel is, although not unique, good enough to hook readers.

The MC actually has a reason for his initial overpowered nature, having been a martial practitioner since a young age. However, as the novel continues, one would realize just how badly broken his class (and many other classes) are. From a gaming perspective, the designers failed.

One of the things I loved about the novel was the guild the MC joins. Imagine Fairy Tail but everyone there is batsh*t crazy or just plain there for the lols. The members of the guild are all a tight-nit band of experts with quirks and gimmicks of their own, some have actual personalities, but they all give little care for anyone standing in their way. They fight and scheme against regular players, guilds, each other, and even the in-game NPCs themselves. [The ‘guild fights’, which can’t really be called wars, do get old and repetitive, however.] I’m glad the guild isn’t large, starting off with only 9 characters with an ‘acting leader’ that even gets picked on just like the rest of them do to each other as none of them really listen to authorities, their a band of freedom lovers.

There's some small amount of mysteries within the novel accompanying a larger one. Which is, who exactly is Wang Yu?

Wang Yu isn’t exactly like most Chinese protagonists. He tries to be forgiven and tries to talk things out, but most conflicts are resolved through fists in the end whether he wants it or not. He is a kind and giving person, the story doesn’t just tell us that, it actually shows it.

Although he has a wife, romance is not one of the important aspects of the novel. Although there are many females within the book, they don’t fawn over him, in fact, some fawn over other side characters.

One thing the novel lacks: Tension. Not once did I feel tense while reading it. Not once did I believe he wouldn’t win or find a way out of a tough situation. The novel is there for a joyride, not an intrinsic plotline.

Aside from the main character and his immediate friends or guild, none of the characters have personalities beyond ‘this girl is nice’ or ‘this guy is arrogant’.

The writing isn’t the best nor is it the worst. Descriptions are short and brief. Action scenes are subpar but they are not terrible either, at least they don’t come down to a beam of light but they certainly aren’t masterful either.

If you want a joyride, by all means, read.

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Sceer
Sceer rated it
April 4, 2018
Status: c110
It's like mini-Superman tried VRMMORPG for the first time and wooow. Eh.

This isn't a serious level-up-through-hardships type of vrnovel, but it isn't comedic either - at least for me. Idk where it stands.

Feel free to read and judge it for yourself.
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NotaRuby
NotaRuby rated it
September 4, 2018
Status: c333
This novel is not those types of VRMMORPG novels which the MC revives in an earlier time after an accident and getting betrayed, etc in the game.

  1. The MC has not played a single game in his entire life. The VRMMORPG which he plays in the novel is his first. The only thing he has going for him is his skill of martial arts in real life, and his loving wife.
  2. He plays to earn money for a living, but he's not the type to be stingy about returning favors. Also, due to the fact that he's a total newbie at gaming, he does not know much about the market prices of the items he gives out, or buys in.
  3. The VRMMORPG is unique, considering the face that
    Spoiler

    Bosses are split into two different types. Regular AI bosses, and Independent. Regular AI bosses are normal, the easier type. They're the traditional ones which react with the same pattern.

    The second type, the independent bosses, are harder, as they are programmed to think and react to the situation at hand, similar to how an actual human would do. These bosses do not follow aggro levels, instead they attack whoever they want, which mostly are the lower hp players. They could even re-adjust their skill set and think up of numerous patterns to fool the player.

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  4. The novel in my opinion is heading towards a comedy side of gaming, while showing the seriousness when things go down. The MC's friends are there to enjoy the game, while doing whatever the hell they want.
It is a rather interesting read, compared to the type of getting stronger to get revenge/ vengeance.
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BrotherofHavok
BrotherofHavok rated it
June 25, 2018
Status: c208
Competently written, which is a huge plus in my mind. Too many light novels out there that I have to wonder about the authors ability to remember/re-read what they previously wrote. And unlike other game stories, this author doesn't forget that there is a world outside of the game. Though to be honest, like most game stories the author needs more non-game related parts of the story. I find myself more interested in the real world then the game, because the MC is so OP in the game and he... more>> considers it a job almost.

A very similar story to One-Punch Man but set in a VR MMORPG game. So don't look at this story for a real-world type adventure where the character has his tribulations, defeats and triumphs in equal measures. A quick and enjoyable read. <<less
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rhianirory
rhianirory
March 10, 2018
Status: c30
OP MC who is brand new to games and yet is ridiculously competent. He hasn't died once in 30 chapters which is a typical OP MC template but most of the others who never die have been experts in other games or were reborn and start playing again. For a complete newbie not to die once is unbelievable, especially when they're totally clueless when it comes to game mechanics. His wife has inside information, even though she said she's basically just customer service or receptionist or something similar at the... more>> gaming company; no idea how someone like that would know the exact coordinates and spawning method for a boss.

MC ran away from his martial arts family/clan/ sect to marry a normal woman so I'm guessing that will come into play later in the story. I'm really liking that he's already married before the novel starts; their interactions are great. Normally Chinese web novels focused or games or cultivation are terrible at romance and its nice to skip all the awkward introduction, misunderstandings, 'accidental' r*pe and the like.

hopefully the story stays this way and doesn't devolve into the MC screwing everything with boobs (like the housemates/farming group). Honestly, it will probably gain an extra star from me if it ends up not being a harem, just for novelties sake. Right now I rate it between a 3-4. <<less
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