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As Shin Youngwoo had an unfortunate life and is now stuck carrying bricks on construction sites. He even had to do labor in the most popular VR game, Satisfy!

However, luck would soon enter his hopeless life. His character, ‘Grid’, would discover the Northern End Cave for a quest, and in that place, he would find ‘Pagma’s Rare Book’ and will become a legend…

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jacobpaige rated it
January 22, 2018
Status: c295
It's a poorly written Gary Stu story. I know several people have said that the MC gets better with time, and that's true. But it's the kind of "gets better" that takes him from -10 billion to -10 thousand. Sure, it's a dramatic improvement, but he's still subhuman.

If you care about the protagonist that everyone worships like a god not being an a**hole, then you will definitely hate this series.

If you hate strong, independent, world-shatteringly beautiful women abandoning their ability to think or act rationally simply because they've had brief... more>> contact with the MC, then you'll also hate this series.

If you love poorly written power fantasies about people with no redeeming qualities getting rich, powerful and popular with minimal effort, then you'll absolutely love this series.

Personally, I regret ever having read any of it. <<less
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Alexander Valdimir
October 19, 2017
Status: --
I've followed Rainbowturtle for a good two years now, so I generally know what she prefers for translation. Not too surprising that the novel would be more towards teens and young adults.

That being said, the novel is indeed more towards younger audiences. Its a pretty straightforward story, you got a someone who was forced to enter the labor force after graduating from highschool. However his obsession to achieve greatness in the game lead him to get into debt. He doesn't achieve any achievement for a long period making the financial... more>> situation worst until he finally succeeded in completing a difficult quest. Succeeding in doing so, only to be forced back into level 1 than negative for failing the quest. Nothing overly complex, nor amazing detail thus far beside the fact that he went into the negatives level.

Also we got a lot of imbeciles who when seeing that its a korean novel along with that the MC is a labor and setting is VR. Instantly related this novel to LMS which is idiotic, since a novel should be review as its own. Unless the novel is shocking so similar that even your damn an*s could come from another guys mouth. The stats in MMORPG is used in about everywhere so you really can't say anyone is copying from anyone.

Overall, currently the novel is fine but not great. But personally I would still read it for its a great way too kill time and been reading her translation for a long time now.

Rant a small one

Cause in theFFL, I have too much damn times these day, no task besides hurricane relief. Beside marching, marching and more marching, and other random training, also besides hanging with other mates, my go too is Rainbowturtle translation. Saying this cause people don't appreciated how Rainbowturtle has spent her time translating. The woman has translated over two-three thousand chapters alone and half of them were big size chapters that were around 8000-10000 words each. (Both ark series, 30 volume of LMS and others) She didn't received much monetary support from translating only till recently. So even if the novels aren't the best one in the genre, you better at least show your respect to such a person for dedication. <<less
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Dragon Devourer rated it
January 23, 2018
Status: --
TL;DR: This series is almost as garbage as its protagonist.

I wanted to like this, I'm all about crafting systems and progression, but the protagonist started as subhuman garbage and then evolved into human garbage. A selfish, terrible person whos 'redeeming quality' from the author's eyes is his jingoistic nationalism to the exclusion of all else.

Effectively, the protagonist gets everything thrown into his lap and every setback he seems to suffer actually turns out to be a benefit. He's lazy, selfish, s*upid and narcissistic on top of having no real skills... more>> and no redeeming qualities, but the virtual universe yawns its gaping as*hole over him and shits rewards into his life for being scum beyond scum somehow. Maybe the AI wants to bed him or something.

And despite his abrasive, asinine personality and complete lack of cooperation (as well as literally contributing nothing to his guild as an actual member since he charges them full price for his gear) everyone around him worships the ground he walks on as though he were actually a personable human being with some positive qualities. Super thick Mary Sue/Gary Stu levels of 'character'.

As if to top it all off, the writing wasn't all that good to begin with and steadily became lazier, just repetitions of skill names and how special random NPC #10293283203 is so that it can be 'impressive' when the protagonist one shots them with some random artefact he found or made or pulled out of his ass like Felix the Cat's magic bag. <<less
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Friedsquido rated it
October 23, 2017
Status: c28
2 stars is my current score- MC would have to grow a brain for me to rate this any higher.

I find it funny how the sole reason people are leaving 4-5 star reviews is because someone said that it would get "better" in the later chapters. I'm going to rate the novel based on the chapters i've read so far and not based on someones opinion. Could the better turn from being a whiny 5 year old to a mature adult, possibility (?), but until then im giving this a... more>> two, and I'm being generous here as the current MC is UNBEARABLE, this kid is, by far the worst MC i've ever read from reading countless k-novels and c-novels, and I truly despise some of the MC from cn novels.

So far, what we have is a MC with downs syndrome, is a compulsive liar, cheater, idiot, thief, and a idiot. This guy has no friends and he's thinking in his head how he should befriend others and cheat them off their money, steal xp and so on. Who the hell wants a friend like that, seriously? Why should an idiot like him get hit with all the luck, but no brains to take advantage of it. I'm sure some of these things will change in the future, but not his character. I'll probably stay away from this novel and maybe binge read it way later in the future.

Rainbowturtles novels have really been a hit or miss for me. Seems like her main target audience nowadays is for teens or adolescent kids. I love the translation speed and hopes she can translate some of the dropped k-novels instead of tling new ones. <<less
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CreamPuffDelights rated it
March 28, 2018
Status: 600
As much as I like some parts of this novel it really bears mentioning that the first 100 or so chapters are a complete and utter f*ck up. In fact, I'm 200 over chapters in and I still consider it a massive pain in the ass despite our MCs improvement.

The sheer s*upidity, the utter lack of anything resembling wisdom or even street smarts.... In short, the a good chunk of the novel you will spend wishing you can clobber the MC for being a ball-less, short sighted, idiotic piece of... more>> human scum.

It is to the point where the translator herself has to step out and post a VERY lengthy essay begging people not to abandon the story outright because the MC is that shitty. The level of idiocy and short sightedness of the MC here does not give me a good feeling like LMS' weed where his god level scroogeism and selfishness hides a hurt and desperate young man. There, I feel like its understandable, weed is a product of his circumstance, but still he refuses to let it affect his core characteristics. Here, grid is basically a piece of sh*t whose s*upidity, arrogance and self centredness makes me just want to shank him because of the way he completely wastes the potential of his legendary class, usually because he did not bother to get enough information or cowardliness. Some will defend him saying that Grid's a unique MC in that he's not perfect like all those others MCs, some will point out that Weed is exactly one of those "other MCs that are perfect from the get- go and never develop. I say both of ya'll can stuff it, imperfect MCs are one thing, perfect MCs are another, but Grid, for the first 150 chapters is a cancerous ass tumor, plain and simple.

One very blatant example in the first 60 or so chapters, he focuses on shitting out tons and tons of rare and epic level stuff, yet he continuously curses the system and operators for not gifting him with legendaries and so on. The problem?

1. Normal blacksmiths have to pray to god and sacrifice their first born son for an epic which he craps out on a regular basis.

2. Simply asking around or checking the forums will reveal that a characters level can influence crafting success rate, as explicitly said by one of the operators. Grid however, does not bother to do any checking or information gathering, the instant he realizes he can make alot of money from crafting, he immediately forsakes his levelling and spends more than a month crafting, during which his level stagnates at 40 plus, and he curses everything and everybody like a whiny, ignorant child.

3. Even the goddamned part time blacksmith duplicator girl knows how important a hammer is to crafting. Due to greed and his desire tonsave money, he refuses to get a better hammer, he sticks with the basic one. At the end of said crafting month, he finally finds out and curses everyone but his own short sightedness.

In summary, the novel.. can be good. Good action, reasonable plot, decent comedy. Almost as good as LMS, but that the first few hundred chapters is a massive slog of idiocy and ignorance that you will have to bear before you get to the good parts.

For the most part, romance.... I won't say non-existent....

His AI wife is barely developed at all, her entire function is to be there for him to save > marry > wait at home pitifully and get one or two sentences every 100 chapters > f*ck > give birth. The real life harem candidates have it even worse, because while they at least appear in the story more often, their role usually tends to be VERY, VERY minor. And they also give up EVERYTHING, the life they have built up until now, the money they made, their pride and self respect, they give it all up to do whatever Grid wants them to do.

the Korean girl even lampshades this, bitterly mocking herself and saying that despite spending all her time managing Grid's money, buying land for him, developing it while playing catch up with him in game, Grid being the EQ-less jackass he is, acts like he deserves it anyway and proceeds to ignore said girl. I pretty much quit reading then and there.

Before the white knights come out and flame me, I simply want to point out one last thing.

Is there a reason why he is such a failure? Yes there is.

s*upid reasons, entirely brought about by himself due to his short sighted, uselessly self confident and ignorant personality, but still reasons nonetheless. <<less
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chencking rated it
November 4, 2017
Status: c65
It'a a great story. The MC breaks the game's balance by obtaining a Legendary class 2 years earlier than the developer's planned, and the other players are floundering to get Epic classes, which are two tiers lower.

The MC is a bit of a NEET because all he does is game, but he perseveres in-game, and he puts incredible labor in order to succeed, and by now he is establishing himself as a pro-gamer. The interesting thing about this is that unlike many other MCs, Grid (his in game name) is... more>> incredibly unlucky, and no matter what he does something goes wrong. For example, often times, he receives a really rare quest, but this triggers a counter-quest among other players, and on the verge of victory, something will go wrong and he'll fail. The failure will blindside you, but it's never unwarranted.

TGrid's family is likable - they don't respect him as a NEET, but they won't abandon him either - and there is some great humor. I'm rating this 5/5 off of its current merits, and we haven't even gotten to the development. The TLer says the novel doesn't get really good until chapter 100 or so. The MC is also maturing nicely; he got out of debt and stopped dreaming of showing up at a reunion in a fancy sports car. Hopefully his new dream isn't quite so silly. I know he won't stop persevering.

PS: One thing I really like is he doesn't pull any of that being Korean makes him a super-grinder and combat expert BS. He labors, but there has yet to be much combat, and he isn't that good at it anyway. He'll probably get better, but I'm happy he's bad for now. Much more realistic than certain other novels. <<less
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Darkanlan rated it
September 9, 2018
Status: c774
Too much nationalistic bs and too little actual story. It went from a story to read to pass the time to a pro korea piece.

I feel the story is more wish fulfillment by the author as the MC starts with his family looking at him like tr*sh then one day can be proud of their loser son who wastes his life playing games and doing nothing else.

Somehow the ugly loser starts to look attractive to all women as he goes for a run every morning. Wait he was originally doing... more>> day labor work and should have been in decent shape. Not sure how running a little instead of manual labor 8 hours a day everyday suddenly changed things, but now all women want to be with him and he looks a million times better. In game items sell for millions and he's now rich. Yeah this is 100% wish fulfillment.

Add onto all of these things the never ending talk about how korea is the best in the world at everything but others look down on them and yeah, you've got a great piece of pro korea tr*sh to read.

If you want to give it a read, stop at around 400-500 chapters in. After that it's just too much pro korea crap. <<less
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Elawn rated it
January 31, 2018
Status: c318
TL;DR Give it a shot. It's a worthwhile read.

Pfew. Where to begin? First of all, I'm flipping off all those who didn't even go past 100 chapters and made a review. I like this novel. I really, really like this novel.

I might've been exasperated with Grid at the begining but... Okay that's a lie. I hated him. Like, how can anyone be so scummy? It felt like his personality had gone through a level drop into the minuses.

However, it's obvious that's what the author wanted because after... more>> a while, he changes. He really does – although he still has a few questionable moments, he has, at least, become better.

And now I read because I want to know more. I want to know how much he'll keep growing.

I won't lie, I binge read the 318 chapters available in 3 days. If you can get past/through the first 100 chapters, you probably won't regret it.

PS: Although it says Harem, he is only in a relationship with a single person right now. I don't know how it's gonna be after that though. <<less
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Lunitan rated it
October 18, 2017
Status: c110
Lms but worse. Same old sob story about a loser that does hard work to survive then does gaming to make money and hits it rich and then has it snatched away, kind of.

Only the character is much less cunning and smart than weed, not to mention annoyingly childish. He mastered all his production skills in a second instead of forty plus volumes of epic adventures it took weed to master his skill, and his stat increases and skills are way more overpowered. Plus a sculptor is much more interesting... more>> than a blacksmith.

Other uninspired tropes include a unbelievably beautiful women that everyone s*upidly lusts after despite beauty being entirely a setting in a VR game, TV companies broadcasting ingame footage, and stats straight from LMS, among others.

Uninspired drivel that showcases the worst aspects of korean web novels. Please translate something better than this tr*sh.

Edit: Kind of gets better, still not great, and things are way too easy for him but it's okay as junk food. Takes until chapter 100-110 until it gets decent. 3 stars. <<less
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Robertp3001 rated it
October 19, 2017
Status: c24
At this point the MC is mentally handicapped person with little to no control over his emotions. Anytime something happens he has to make crazy sounds of laughter or crying in public and it is really annoying. I'm sticking around for the sake of hoping he has some character growth at all. Even just not laughing crazily in public setting, even I want to punch him in the face. Not to mention he is a compulsive liar and a coward.

The only reason I'm going to continue reading is because I... more>> like the premise however if the MC experiences no mental growth from a child to the adult that he is I will have to drop it. <<less
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campfire rated it
October 26, 2017
Status: c41
I like the mc's personality in the beginning, even though the character will be going through character growth based on the announcement in ch1.

MC has clear goals but doesn't seem to be obsessed about it in the game--even though he gambled his real life on it. I like how the MC is not perfect or in other words; a robot hunting for japtem. He still has persistence in his gaming, but it was focused on quest and reputation, which seem to normally be a bad move (?).

Based on his circumstances,... more>> he finds a legendary class book. The class does seem really OP but at the same time it's not in the beginning. So far in the story, that class seem to emphasis his new skills rather than levels--to improve his "production" in money making.

Just to reinforces my statement, I like the mc's personality very much; and he has similar personality as the characters in my fav top novels. I mean something random and trivial reason he became a keyboard warrior for a moment--was pretty funny (and there are more humor towards that end).

People seem to compare this with LMS, so to let my thoughts out; LMS is meh. The world building is fenomenal and the story is epic, but the characters seem to be lacking (MC included). There are many different humanoid races/species, but their individuality seem small and is the reason the MC affects them hard (even if the process of him doing it is clever). The MC in LMS too perfect for my taste, but if you could call his negligence toward his real life, a flaw; then it probably is. But that's not interesting. LMS is basically about a robotic workaholic with epic achievements in his dream job, and develops mostly one-sided social connections with real people--from their end. I'm glad that I didn't trust the reviews or this would have slipped through my hands. I already don't have many novels to follow, so this is good.

As of chapter 110, I know this will be more satisfying than LMS. Why? Because the MC interacted with his family and realized his filial piety. Now he is a member of a guild--a small one--which I suspect the MC will be exposed to camaraderie he never had. This MC will grow as he progress throughout the story.

LMS was exhausting to read, when I was waiting for Weed to do about something big; and every achievement brought change in his surroundings and more power, but NEVER made him grow. Hopefully, the MC in Overgeared will incur some losses along with his Guild; and do self-reflection and redetermination. <<less
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madstack rated it
September 4, 2018
Status: c767
This novel is a bit hard to rate, as it changes mid-way, as if another author took over. I'm giving it a 2/5 on account of how it used to be, like an average score, the recent arcs are a 0/5.

Details below.

  • Premise pretty good
    It's about a fellow whose life is pretty much a ruin. He starts off unlikeable, but over time changes and grows with new opportunities. Sadly, the author could only milk this aspect so much.
  • Too much nationalism
    Way too much. I suppose it riles up Korean readers, so the author uses it a lot to pad the word count. It quickly begins to interweave every part of the story. The only 'good guys' from non-Korean countries are all subservient to the MC. The game they all play was also naturally made by a Korean company.
  • Unbalanced game
    No one would play this kind of game, as unless you are one of the few lucky players who hit a jackpot, you will never be at a competitive level or anywhere near 'good'.
  • Pay to win
    I personally don't like this, but I suppose it's necessary as a plot device, as the MC earns money off of the game.
  • The items are ok
    The items produced by the MC are fine. I do think it's both wasted opportunity and lazy writing that this is not used to make the MC powerful, instead of giving his class a bunch of unrelated bonuses, so he can be OP. He does occasionally get/make an OP item, but those are only used to further his advantages.
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oblueknighto rated it
November 15, 2017
Status: c96
Grid has so many problems in the beginning of the story that he's almost more pitiful than Weed. He's also so incompetent that even his own family have given up hope on him. He works hard but in the least efficient way by always taking the longest way around his problems. He's gradually changing after meeting some people who see his skills whether in a good or bad light. There's a lot to look forward to as the novel progresses.

I think the novel is worth a try for anyone who... more>> enjoys the VR game genre even if he isn't the typical 'smart' character who solves problems by magically finding a super smart way. He's definitely no Weed let alone Ark even if they're all similarly greedy. He's going to get through his problems with his overpowered gear because he's probably the furthest thing from talented. He's just a foolish guy who has a lot of misunderstandings about the world, people and overall clutz. I hope to see our main character grow (especially since both the author and translator says he grows over time).

Finally I'd like to give props for the great translator because Rainbow Turtle keeps an amazing pace with quality translations. Even got a 20 chapter batch all at once this week. <<less
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renaneal rated it
November 6, 2017
Status: c69
The MC is unbereable at the beginning, childish and acts like an idiot. No redeeming qualities are seen initialy, but throughout story he starts to reddem himself and beggins to learn with his mistakes. Great plot overall.
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Gsichtselfmeter rated it
December 21, 2017
Status: c195
The novel starts like regular korean VR novels, with loser MC and bad luck and grudges. And suddenly everything changes, the MC gets OP, gets the girls (and even the 2 most beautiful girls on the planet), gets successful.. All for the sake of "character development". The novel was good in the beginning but just started to suck when the MC got his overhaul. I dont feel the author planned anything in this story.
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Mahiro9 rated it
November 17, 2017
Status: c139
Had I made this review a week ago, I'm sure I would have rated it low, but I'm glad I stopped and waited until it reached hundreds of chapters before binging it, and I have to say I'm very impressed. It is rare to find novels that focus on character growth nowadays.

The MC was really cancerous at the early chapters, but after reaching hundreds of chapters, he has shown growth in many aspects and the author always put emphasis in his growth.

The number of chapters needed for him to show... more>> his growth might discourage others from reading but those chapters are necessary to build the character and the story. Those hundreds of chapters doesn't even feel that long and entertaining things happen around the main character in almost every chapters. I could even consider the pacing of this novel to be fast despite taking so much chapters for the main character to grow.

Even though you might feel like pulling your hair at the early chapters, I'm sure that you'll also get a decent amount of laughs and giggles from the characters' antics.

The side characters aren't always just thrown away either, while some might get forgotten for a bit, they usually make a comeback after a few arcs.


So folks, stop giving a review without reading until you see how the story developed. I don't think the early chapters were written badly to warrant early bad reviews or any reviews at all.

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1234567890 rated it
October 25, 2017
Status: c34
Premises is good and has a quiet fascinating plot. But MC is one of the worst characters in any novel I have ever read. He has almost all of the negative characteristics and none of the positive except for his persistence. If his character improves 5 stars could be given to this novel.
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aelevo rated it
November 18, 2017
Status: c105
Its roller coaster. Really.

first 50 chapter might be bad for your brain because the MC is dumb-s*upid-selfcentered-hole. Always focus on making money money money. But its a necessary chapter so the story became solid and for more realistic (?). I mean come on, who else in this entire universe doesnt concern about money when your in late-20 and you have a huge debt, not everyone can be a saint.

but my point is many people just runaway from the series just because the MC is just have bad personalities, and... more>> of them all giving bad review just after reading about 10 to 30 chapter. I mean come on, there is these (Money Grubber, Poor Protagonist, Selfish Protagonist, Shameless Protagonist, Unlucky Protagonist) tags for a reason. But dont forget that Character Growth tags. Its mean the MC might be turn for the better (and he did in the latest chapter).

actually I might rate it 4. But i'll give 5 for balancing purpose with the runaway (s)


it's got really good at about c80, more crafting and hunting. And he get a friends too

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A name is useless rated it
April 4, 2018
Status: c41
My rating and review may change in the future because I heared it will become a good novel in later chapters but for now until chapter 41 it's a crap novel with the worst MC ever, the unluck on MC is freaking annoying, so much hate on MC, nobody like him, he is ugly, selfish, s*upid and have a rotten personality, in fact everybody hate him unless his sister who is a hidden brocon.

It's very hard to read to chapter 41 due to the MC who really destroy the novel,... more>> the novel isn't that bad but the MC is and ruin the story by his s*upidity. I heared that the MC has a lot of a character grothw in the future in strenght but also in personality but it's not too hard to do this since the MC is really tr*sh until now...

Sorry for my broken english. <<less
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Gorgeously Large Panda rated it
April 9, 2019
Status: c344
Honestly the only people who could like this novel are NEETs or kids. Why do I say so? This novel is basically the author's (wet) dream. The MC never loses, not even close. Everything he does is perfect. The MC is said to have very bad luck, but he gets everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. Everyone strangely submits to him willingly. All the girls want to sleep with him (his SISTER is also faintly implied in this harem). That would still not be so bad, but there are 3 glaring... more>> problems:


Time related inconsistencies:

Time is slower in game (how???) which leads to a lot of problem (you can probably imagine). However, none were shown in the novel. Also, people seem to have a lot of time to play this game, even famous actors and athletes.

He has a Tryndamere's ultimate like passive, but the supposedly 5 second invincibility always lasts long enough for him to hold a conversation with his enemy, then move around and say a few more things.

It is also said that a raid or campaign or whatever they call it lasts more than a month (game time) which means it should last more than a week in real time. The story keeps mentioning that the party cannot communicate with the guild and no one knows their status. Yet, it's hard to imagine that these members don't even think to contact them in real life when they log out. Clearly they can't stay in the capsules for more than a week.

2. Questionable ethics

The game Satisfy have quests that directly endanger the life of the users. Sure, the author gave the developers SOME measures to ensure those players' safety, but Satisfy is after all a game and such quests should not even be legal, especially when it's a global game. No government will give the company that developed this game control of their citizens' location, health and safety.

3. More questionable ethics


You can marry and HAVE KIDS in this game. Does the author even understand the gravity of that? This is after all not a game like The Sims. The realistic aspects of VR and the time required to even play this game mean that this could be the degradation and downfall of humankind. Now that Grid has an NPC wife and an NPC kid in this game (which are very realistic), should he even care about the real world? The author clearly shows that Grid is confused fantasy with reality. He's spending time with his 'wife' and 'kid' and loves them as if they're real. His real sister doesn't see anything wrong with this, and also treats this 'kid' as her nephew. The author needs to draw a line between real life and fantasy. It seems that he too is caught up in his fantasy world.


4. Ret*rded MC

It's one thing to have an arrogant, OP, aloof MC. It's another to have a s*upid MC. "OMG I just killed a legendary hidden boss! Aww he dropped some unknown item that even my legendary appraisal skill cannot identify. It must be shit! Tr*sh boss!". Despite being a long-time gamer, he sounds like a complete noob.

5. Fake geniuses

The head of the developers despite being a genius somehow never implemented a proper stat cap that allowed Grid to grow uncontrollably. They just can't blame Grid's bad luck for this. If someone can break the game just by being lucky (or unlucky), it's the fault of the system. And the attempts to balance this (i.e. Balance patch) were jokes. The devs also created a system where true crafters can't, and never, compete with a random warrior with a one-of-a-kind skillbook.

Overall, I enjoyed first 100 chapters. Then I can't deal with the MC's s*upidity anymore. <<less
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