My Doomsday Territory


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On doomsday, Tang Yu unexpectedly got the Lord of the End System, he remained very calm.

Lack of experts? I will construct a pub so I can make ten draws in a row;   

Lack of food? I can’t be too cheap with the large pack full of food supplies sent from the market;

Lack of safety? Arrow Tower, Mage Tower Artillery and all kinds of automatic defence buildings. Having many isn’t too many;

Lack of equipment? Workshop production must produce high-quality items. Sir, would you like one? We are having a 20% discount special at nine!


In short, this is a story of Great Lord Tang building up his territory, attacking some monsters, and ripping off…… Cough, making some money at the same time.

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My Apocalypse Domain
Related Series
Doomsday Lord (2)
Doomsday is Online (2)
Apocalypse Meltdown (1)
Apocalypse Lord (1)
Recommendation Lists
  1. Kingdom Building novels I have read
  2. KR & CN Novel (No Harem)
  3. No romance
  4. no romance allowed here
  5. Apocalypse

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deathcoy rated it
August 31, 2020
Status: --
Interesting concept but horrible execution and narrative.

Post-apocalyptic setting. Modern world invaded by rifts spewing monsters and mutating the world. People who awaken are able to develop special abilities and rank up in strength/power via absorbing the spirit power from defeating these monsters. Moreover exotic materials from these monsters and rifts further help steer the world's technology towards fantasy. This novel really lacks world building. No doubt the setting is cliche but at least spend effort crafting the world, convey to readers more about the world and tell readers what makes... more>> it different from other novels. A sign of amateur writing.

Secondary characters and antagonists for now feel more like throwaway characters. They lack proper background, character development as well as interactions between the cast. They feel more like puppets rather than a real character.

Protagonist isn't unlikeable but hes not a well written character either. At best its a pretty shallow character. Nothing interesting about his personality and attitude, if fact I think he is boring. Like all chinese fiction novels, main characters always have unbalanced overpowered abilities. The key here is unbalanced, something I feel that is rampant in chinese novels. I don't mind OP powers but unbalanced OP, might as well make protagonists God right? Anyways our MC gets a kind of base building & empire management ability. The novel's synopsis says it all.

Now the premise of this novel is more of the colony building and management in a post-apocalyptic setting. I feel that its poorly done. In a sense, its too simplified. It lacks technical concepts, details on the geopolitical climate, the survival and social intricacies, basically the ins & outs as well as issues of colony building & management, you get where I'm coming from right? Again, it just all lacks depth. Also doesn't help that theres too much reliance on the MC's building ability which also introduces contradictory concepts into the plot. I'd say its the poor story planning on author's side.

All in all this is a pretty bad novel. I like the premise but poor execution, shallow narrative, poorly written throwaway characters and skin-deep colony building & management plot. <<less
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AsianessPride rated it
February 6, 2020
Status: c22
Quite enjoyable, haven’t really seen much of Mc’s skills. But having the survivors that he saved work as laborers so he can construct is really similar to mmorpg games. Luckily, people with special abilities aren’t unusual (although rare) so MC making city stone walls appear out of no where isn’t too bad. I mean, the survivors thinks MC has divine abilities

Things that make me drop novels are the main character’s personality and attitude. This MC isn’t a genius, super athletic, or anything. He was suddenly given a system and rolled... more>> with it. Isn’t pe*verted or arrogant. He gains fame through his subordinates like the people his summons or the robots that was a bonus after building a castle.

Maybe that’s what the ‘misunderstanding’ tag means. Survivors thinks MC is this buff, strong, burly looking dude since he’s the master of all these strong subordinates, but his only ability to build. <<less
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coldpyr0 rated it
February 16, 2021
Status: c1
Right off the bat I can tell this is going to be a slog to read. First chapter and we have mentions of some tech that helps people awaken super powers, how was humanity able to do enough research and testing in the short time since the apocalypse started to figure out the super power situation AND start helping people unlock them WHILE fighting off the invading demons that are supposedly beating the military... Clearly this novel has minimal or no plot progression actually planned out and the author is... more>> just winging it. So be warned. <<less
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baalthegreat rated it
June 24, 2021
Status: --
Its not that bad actualy aside from conflicting argument here and there

Standard chinese novel

But just like any chinese novel write in modern world it has some well quite illogical argument

Like when MC thinking about who possibly want to stal his technology and he said " the military wont do such a thing "

Well surprise surprise yes they will its common ocurence when military force company to open their trade secreet for military purpose not to mention chinese military were famous for stealing tech
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September 17, 2020
Status: --
From the premise, it reminds me a lot of the RTS game: They are Billions. The game was literally about building a well-defended city against zombies and contains a lot of features of the MC's ability.

This includes building towers, market system and inns to invite experts. Overall, I find it quite interesting.

The main problem is that it is an OP system based novel. The problem with system based novels is that the system does the heavy lifting. In the vast majority of times, the system gives way more than what... more>> has been done. The cause and effect relationship of these type of OP system is warped and disrupts the power balance and calls for massive power inflation as the story progresses. This novel is one of them. <<less
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February 28, 2021
Status: c10
Kinda disappointed and not much good outlook considering the info dump from the beginning and in the second chapter he shot a pistol five times when in the first chapter he only had two bullets.

If there's such an inconsistency off the bat, I highly doubt the author's writing and story skills.
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MeAndMeOnly rated it
July 18, 2020
Status: --
Well, I do admit that MC not you're godly genius when it comes to a certain things and you can't blame him for that.

He's not born genius so he asked for other opinions which is not bad. Their is a part of chapter that he need to other place not only for personal reason but also to learn from them. For example business and the like. In this way if can be more 'real' than 'fake'.
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jwsorensen14 rated it
May 9, 2022
Status: c40
i don't remember where I left off, around 40+ chaps min. but I must say the author is severely lacking in "brains".

why do I think the author lacks brains? ... more>>

why does the author think that these s*upid 3% increase in stats is actually a lot? since 3% of 33 = 1 it means that for every 33 stats you have you get +1 stat....33 turns to 34? does this author think that such an amount is any different from margin of error? if you have +10% in stats then MAYBE it is worth enough to count but 3%? then it takes so much time to upgrade the buildings to boost the stats by yet another 3%.

in the end after the 3% stat boost piles up like 33 times I guess you will be as strong as merely 2 players/cultivators? since the defence is subtracted from attack I guess it might be an attack worth 3 players/cultivators? can someone be able to beat a monster that takes 6 people to beat if they only have the strength of 2 people? I think not. how is it that the author makes the main character be strong solo at times? does "experience" really make him able to match 6 players/cultivators when his stats are basicly only within the margin of error compared to others? even if he could "match" them why can he defeat the monsters any faster than others when the attack is within margin of error?

if the author had any "reason" within his brain then he would've made each lvl building upgrade increase stats by 10%-30% and each level/tier cultivation upgrade increase 10-30%. also the skills themselves are s*upid for only increasing basic damage by like 3-6%. is there a point in using a skill then? maybe it might help a little but still within the margin of error.


although this review is after it's been a long time since I read it so there might be a few tiny differences, but I couldn't bother to read it again to refresh my memory since the author's lack of reason gives me a headache...i don't know if it was cultivation level or tier and I don't remember if they were called players or cultivators.

if you want a story with consistency and reasonable world layout and story setup this is NOT for you.

if you are looking for a story without consistency and reason and can actually IGNORE ALL NONSENSICAL STATEMENTS without batting an eye.... this story IS for you

I like reasonable and logical stories with consistency.... Thus this is a story that is NOT for me <<less
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Faulted Cell rated it
February 5, 2022
Status: c265
The Novel is quite decent and it doesn't deserve a one star, the narration from 1-30 is bad but the narration get better as the time passes,

It also had an interesting story, and the world building is quite good, it's good for spending your time while you're bored,

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I dropped this however because there's so many texts and so many fighting scenes at 230-265, I thought the MC was just going to manage and build a territory...


A good read and is recommended, I'm now addicted to this type of novel <<less
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Draghnof rated it
March 31, 2021
Status: c13
The novel has good ideas (already tested) but it does it really poorly (the author wants to be overly original and it does more harm than good)...

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The system is really weird since it answered BS to the mc's questions about it's abilities and then it didn't speak anymore (from a sentient system who tell lies in half of it's sentences it became a non-sentient system the very next chapter it appeared)



He can summon followers but unlike other followers in all the other novels with the same "army creating system" concept who are created by the system (given common knowledge and a personnality by the system), here they are taken from other worlds (given common knowledge) and bind to the MC by a contract, making them obedient.... But their stories are just f*cking annoying and unnecessary, the authors wants to add some background to these summons while there was no need to since their summons, you just have to develop their characters and that's all.... PS : Ordinary soldiers are just puppets without conscience, personnaly I don't care if they're puppets or IA (but I know that some won't like that they're just simple puppet)


the MC has a normal IQ which should be a good thing but he doesn't use his intelligence at all T-T he doesn't act like the gamer he's supposed to be.


With the help of the system he can do anything, normal people would just fasten his ressources gathering but the MC hope to use ordinary people as his main army rather than puppet soldiers and his summoned followers.... It's super s*upid since he increases other people power while slowing his and his followers strengthening, why divide your power when you can keep it all, given that the shelter he lived in was destroyed because of a treason from a higher up he shouldn't be so confident about letting normal people strengthening their power



The MC use the system like some ultra novice player and not like the experienced player he should be. He doesn't know which building he should build in priority. He build only special buildings while ignoring the common ones. I admits that some of them are essential but some are just.... MEH :-/ should be way better to develop his economy rather than these remaing not so useful special buildings


I like the concept but it was so poorly done (and the translation doesn't help) that I can only give a 2/5 <<less
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