Reign of the Hunters


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The happiest thing in the world is to be able to amend what you have done wrong. She who acted willfully because of a game, was reincarnated into a time when she still had her parents’ love.

For the sake of her family, she began her life as a pro gamer.

But this time, she was no longer the Human Sorceress that she was familiar with. She was an Elven Huntress. Could she still acquire the power to be the Right Hand of God?

Associated Names
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Liè zhě tiān xià
Related Series
Rebirth of the Thief Who Roamed The World (9)
Emperor of Solo Play (7)
The Legendary Moonlight Sculptor (6)
The King’s Avatar (5)
Taming Master (4)
Godly Hunter (3)
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100 Reviews

New AquasVeritem
Jun 30, 2024
Status: c466
Pretty solid VRMMORPG story. Feels grounded and has a lot of good going for it. The last eighty or so chapters did kinda fall off a tad in the pacing, but that was only because the story was starting to wind down towards the ending. Overall this is a very good story. I feel a bit of post-novel depression over it almost, as if it's over and I won't be able to enjoy it like I did this first time reading it. But then again, you can only read a... more>> novel for the first time once, and you can't ever recapture that experience no matter how much you wish you could. Admittedly I'm not a big fan of VRMMORPG stories, but every once in a while I get the bug to read one, and this was more than just satisfying. <<less
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Apr 08, 2017
Status: c51
This is basically like a worse version of Rebirth of the Thief who Roamed the World, but with a female main character.

Besides that their genders are different the major difference between the two (in terms of setting) would be the goals.

Honestly the MC of this novel is just pathetic if you ask me, she spent 10 years of isolating herself and not caring about anyone else, and the reason why she ends up regretting it is because she didn't have any party willing to let her join for the 5v5... more>> pvp competition.

Now after returning to 10 years back into the past she can finally play the game and make friends for the competition 10 years later...

rdawv already goes into more detail of how ironic (and s*upid) the premise is: http://www. novelupdates. com/fdrev/?comid=31432&sid=9734

Also there's the classic cliche's like "unlucky hands", whenever the MC loots the monsters for booty, the item drops become terrible. It's such a lame and pointless gimmick that only detracts from the novel.

Also one thing which just annoyed me, the MC wants to play casually this time, but the first thing she does is tell her friend to delete their character and change class instead of helping her to play said class better and telling her pitfalls to avoid and not brick the character.

Oh yeah, which reminds me, it said earlier in the novel that the MC was annoyed that in Fate you can't allocate your own stat points when you level up so unfortunately she couldn't distribute more stat points into strength for attack damage, but later it's mentioned how one of the best Cleric players from her past life (which our MC "coincidentally" meet and randomly give a resurrect skill book by the way) distributed her stats incorrectly and so her character was slightly less powerful than it should have been.

There's a couple of other times when the Author either forgot what random crap they came up with earlier, or they simply realised it was s*upid to begin with and retconned it pretending like it never happened. (Though this does happen in basically all the novels around here, so this is just something you have to live with.)

All in all I would recommend this novel for anyone who has time to kill, I don't think it's bad. But all it really has to add to the table is a Female MC.

I'd recommend reading like "Godly Hunter" or "Rebirth of the Thief who Roamed the World", and if you want to read something more relaxing where the MC isn't so serious about the game then "A Certain Middle-Aged Man’s VRMMO Activity Log" and Only Sense Online both does that better as well.

And of course if you want some epic mmorpg adventure novel then what you'd be looking for would be Legendary Moonlight Sculptor. <<less
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Mar 01, 2017
Status: c32
So it's early days yet, but this seems like a good one. First, we have a female protagonist; a rarity in the genre. This means that we avoid the rampant sexism that seems endemic to Chinese action novels. The author also eschews the seemingly standard 'betrayed by friends and reborn to take revenge' story-line that is so commonly seen in litRPGs and xuanhuan. Basically, our MC was the villain in her previous life. She betrayed and destroyed all her relationships to get ahead. But in her rebirth she's trying to... more>> fix that. She's living and striving for the sake of being a better person, which makes for an interesting and unusual character in an action novel. Second, the game actually feels like a game. This is much more unusual than it should be. Almost every other novel with a VRMMORPG (1/2 Prince, TLMS, Shura's Wrath, Rebirth of the Thief, etc.) just read like a generic fantasy novels with a leveling system. Players in the game don't all have epic sounding gamertags. Think about any multiplayer game you've played; everyone is called something like 'noobkiller3007' or 'antsinmyfancypants' or something else ridiculous. So the players we meet in the novel feel a little bit more real, silly names and all. Here, the NPCs act like NPCs. Sophisticated and complex, but still scripted and non-sentient. Our character does what any person who's played a game before does: she skips their dialogue. So we don't have to read through meaningless filler text for every random minor quest that the character gets. Finally: Romance. So far, there's been only a couple hints that romance will happen down the line. Instead of making the first person the MC meets be her fated true love or whatever, the author has chosen to establish the protagonist's character and the world she lives in. We've met her family and friends, but that's it. Later I assume we'll meet the hearthrob and there will be angst, but at the moment she's just beating up monsters, making friends, and threatening game-devs.

TL;DR - 'Reign of the Hunters' avoids a lot of the annoying tropes of the genre, while still scratching the litRPG itch. <<less
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Jan 25, 2017
Status: c44
Story is going in a downward slope... I'll try to stay as reasonable and unbiased as I can.

I'll start with the big problems I can think of at the moment. (WALLS OF TEXT INCOMING, PREPARE FOR IMPACT!!) /equips safety helmet

- The author is introducing too many characters; at this point we have very little understanding of MC's 3 close and oh-so-important childhood friends and I've literally lost count of all the characters. The guild, these random encounters/dungeon parties, her school, the game npcs, it's too much. I know not to... more>> expect much character development from the vrmmorpg genre. The problems with this particular case would be the Reincarnation/Second Chance tags added on (if author didnt have many plans for character development then these tags are counter-productive; better off without them when it just serves as a convenient form of plot armor). And, leading off of previous statement, there is basically no development whatsoever for any "important" characters besides the MC herself (even that is lacking).

- The game itself. It is no longer a game for the MC. It's suddenly too convenient to be called that. The game of this world seems to have been developed intentionally for people to shoot ahead of the general masses and become elites (those secret equipments/skills). That's cool. Makes things interesting in it's own way. However, this, it's executed way too poorly. It starts deteriorating so quickly at around ch15 that it's actually slightly funny. Just pay close attention and you'll see it too. I suppose this isn't 'too' bad. Just eliminates all sense of suspense and makes me, and probably other readers as well, lose interest in world building. Leaning this way, has it's own appeal I guess.....

- Forced situations. It seems our MC always had to have something to exploit... okay, that's fine. Lots of in-game bugs, I suppose. Weird but I'm okay with that. It's understandable. What I'm not okay with is the bs this author decided to pull out of nowhere on numerous occasions. Here are some examples:
1) MC is farming a dungeon for experience and equipment. Out of nowhere, with absolutely no prior mention or foreshadowing, we readers find out that some 1/10, 000 or so chance boss shows up. Or maybe this was that random spawn "wild boss" she encounters on the way to the dungeon? Or were those separate occasions (might have mixed them up) ? Anyways, let's not focus on how she soloed then TAMED the boss monster in the beginning stages of the game in what was quite possibly the most rushed fight scene of any translation I've read up to this point, adding yet another character (one whom is actually negligible 10+ chapters later with royalty or w/e maxed, but don't worry. Author makes sure to remind us of his useless existence!) and just look at other aspects.
- Lacking use of plot devices (after ch10, every advancement is brought upon by author exploiting the MC, not MC interacting with her world (forced situations galore)
- The world isn't explored through the MC nor any other characters, not even by a narrator; it's delivered to us readers on the spot; very poorly executed
- So. Many. Useless. Characters.....
2) Another forced situation would be 'all' these hidden quest (and even non-hidden quest taken by too many users for the author to count) suddenly getting hidden quest chains. Because plot armor in the form of Time-Travel wasn't good enough?

And at the end of every situation, it's just everyone relying on our idiotic MC. Because literally every other player is lacking. Unless the author decides to use another player to forcefully advance the plot or glorify our MC. Also, expect character 'flaws' (actual flaws of character, not being "good" or "bad") and contradictions. Yay?

This author started out strong but all strong points have been thrown out of the window by this point. Disappointed. Still worth reading if bored. Better than majority of other novels listed on this site. Would rate at about 3.4. I can't imagine it qualitatively improving at this point. If anything, it might get worse.

Expect an incongruent story where you read about the MC being awesome. The author doesn't know how to write about people and their interactions. Makes all the group parties and dungeon raids so much fun...
(warning: sarcasm detected)

Reccommend giving this a try only if you have spare time as it isn't complete tr*sh.

Proper-ish reviews are hard...

P.S. - Nice work translator (s) and Editor (s) ! Translation quality is great and despite some big disappointments I've still enjoyed it a little. <<less
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Jul 23, 2017
Status: c103
There's a lot to like about this novel to be honest but one aspect just ruins the whole thing. This is a VRMMO novel so obviously there's a game that's being played and is unbelievably popular. The problem is that game is terrible. The bits and pieces we get of it make me as a gamer wonder how this game got a 1000 players let alone the millions it's supposed to have. It has dungeons with "puzzles" whose solution can only be determined by dying repeatedly over and over and... more>> hoping to stumble into the right path. No skill, no reasoning, blind luck. Skills are not acquired easily but again by largely blind luck.

There's another issue in that in MC's first life she plays as a spellcaster type character and now plays obviously as a hunter. These are not identical playstyles. All of her skills seem to transfer over somehow. Wat?

The author also seems to have a hard time making up their mind on how good of VR there is. NPCs have as much of a personality as actual characters yet somehow spells and other things seem rather stiff, like there's no customizing them.

The character interactions are actually fairly decent although the most recent chapter is likely to have me drop this. The MC tells a child several days after his entire family's death and him becoming an orphan that he should essentially just suck it up because no one cares. I can understand taking this tact when it's been weeks or months but it's mentioned the funeral hasn't even been held yet. Seriously, WTF. This child then develops respect for the MC. Maybe there's something cultural here about how people deal with the death of a loved one, but the MC currently comes across as a callous b*tch. This is after much character development in her getting along with people.

For a second chance story where the MC is attempting to gain allies as she realizes she can't do everything herself, the MC is way too unlikable and doesn't really try very hard to make friends with people. She's one of the top players in the whole game playing a DPS role yet spends almost all of her time with no party all by herself. Right, what was the moral of the story?

Right. I should actually mention some positives. Translation is fantastic, no complaints at all. Writing is actually pretty good save all the griping above. The pacing is also ok. There seems to be some big plot going on with her class that's slowly developing. <<less
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Mar 30, 2017
Status: --
The whole "reincarnated gamer MC who's back to change things from their last life by exploiting their knowledge of the game with OP skills/bugs/equip/whatever" isn't new, but most of them don't have a female main character (actually, there seems to be a lack of translated novels with strong female protagonists in general). This one was good enough for me to finish reading the raws for the novel after catching up with the translations. There were definitely flaws in the story, and it can sometimes be confusing keeping track of all... more>> the different characters, but for me the good outweighed the bad and made this novel one of my favorites in the virtual reality genre.

The author spent time on developing the story (game) setting, and the well crafted questlines and NPC dialogues reflect on that, although the MC chooses to skip through most of them.

Romance in the beginning of the novel is non-existent. By the time I was through a good chunk of the novel and the male lead still hadn't appeared, the most "romantic" moments were between the MC and her cousin - and I honestly wondered about the direction this was going or if I was just reading too much into it... By the time the male lead appears in the game, we only meet him for a few chapters before our two leads separate again. Honestly, the author doesn't focus on romance until the latter part of the story, but by the time we finally get there, it's worth it. The interactions and conversations between the two leads as they slowly progress from kill-on-first-sight to lovers is super cute, and was one of the reasons why I enjoyed this story so much. <<less
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Feb 20, 2017
Status: c26
I found this to be an interesting twist on the Peggy Sue/VRMMO sub-genre. (And, yes, I'm a bit bemused that this is actually a sub-genre.)

Rather than the usual "MC failed/was killed and is Back For Revenge (in a game) " kind of plot, we have a MC who was pretty much a success in the game... but considered herself a shitty person who ruined her relationships with her family and friends.

The time travel isn't about Crushing Her Enemies and Getting Revenge, but more about how she doesn't want... more>> to screw up her life again. (I mean, sure, she'll use her knowledge to be a top player in the game, of course, but then, she was one of the top players in the game through honest means, so that doesn't really feel like that much of a cheat.) <<less
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Dec 31, 2019
Status: c148
Really surprised this novel has so many 5 star reviews after reading it. But I guess a lot of people be like: 'oh female MC 5 stars!' So I had high expectations that were betrayed : (

This whole story feels disjointed and written without much thought.

Too many random time skips before everything that is of interest is completed.

For example: very early on she finds a special map. Only after about 100 chapter and 10 time skips later does the author remember it.


Boring jokes like MC is unlucky gets repeated over and over and over again. To add insult to injury a lot of the time it ends up like: 'Oh I guess even some one like me can get lucky sometimes' and proceeds to get a rare skill book or something similar.

You can see the author try things like not telling how the event transpired and only telling the aftermath. This is usually a fine method to keep your story fresh and readers in suspense. The problem however is when the event had next to no build up prior and that nobody actually cares about your writing tricks.

Sometimes the author sees a plot hole and decides to avoid it by being really vague about it.

For example: There is a damage meter in dungeons. MC tries to hide superior gear by changing his gear to 'poor looking gear' via an item. MC tops damage meters. Teammates can see her damage. Nobody asks like: 'hey your gear and damage don't match up'. This is just one of the many examples that bother me


To wrap it up:

The story is 'childishly' written, everything is really surface level and almost nothing is expanded upon which makes the 'big' events have no impact, the vrmmorpg design is poorly thought out, the only thing it has going for it is the somewhat unique premise of 'female MC' (which is not that interesting, because she is more of a tomboy and the unique female perspective is mostly thrown out of the window for generic things)
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Jul 17, 2017
Status: c500
a Very Good Book

and a Disappointment

Book1 and Book2 is very good and show story true potential.

... more>> the longer the story its start to meander and losing its purpose.

Author introducing many character and plot point (Guild Battle, PvP) only to later abandoned them.

the Story from Book3 on is eaten by many, many Solo Quest which boring, didn't develop the story and throw character development away.

in Book1 she already prove she can be leader in Dungeon and Guild, her goal is to develop team PvP failure in past life, but in last three book she spend most her time in Solo Quest instead.

she only fight in team PvP twice and Guild Wars once and that plot is abandoned. Dungeoning in group is abandoned. And interaction with teammate, other Guild and Rival is thrown away for Solo Quest.

which weird choice since author so much better at writing character and interaction instead of developing Solo Quest storyline.

Still, as LN a very good book with many brilliant chapter with interesting Female Protagonist. <<less
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Feb 08, 2017
Status: --
This is so good so far, It's really refreshing to read this kind of novel with a female MC. I was also worried they were going to butcher the romance in the later stages, but from what I'm seeing I think the romance is actually going to develop nice and slow like it should without being the focus of attention. Additionally I really love the female mc's personality.
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Oct 31, 2017
Status: c156
I started this with, frankly, low expectations. I don't generally hope for too much from light reading but entertainment.

Except it has recently dawned on me I'm just not enjoying the story anymore. Ye Ci, the main character, is just not very enjoyable to read about. She is arrogant and self-centered. Now, that's not a problem by itself; character flaws are what spices up a story. Small problem: as far as the narrative is concerned, Ye Ci has no flaws. It seems like every character either fawns over her or is... more>> portraied as evil and unreasonable. She also never really fails, has unbelievable luck... It's like she Ye Sue just arrived from Xianxia land.
In other news, I have yet to see any coherent plot emerge; the premise was that she wanted to live a different life, one where she's not lonely. Well, so far she's basically been am as*hole to almost everyone, rampaged across the game, while screaming "#noregrets". You know, metaphorically.

There is no tension to speak of. She has powers as the plot demands, no character who disagrees with her has any valid points, and her luck is unbelievable. Just in case her future knowledge wasn't enough. It honestly feels like the author is just licking their character.

Which brings me to the astounding amount of casual misogyny I see interspersed in the text. Seems like every time we see Ye Sue, we're reminded of how "she's not weak like a woman" or how she has "the courage of a man" or something like that. Full disclosure, I could tolerate that in a novel. I'm not looking for social critique from a Chinese webnovel. It just aggravates the problem.

I don't recommend reading this. <<less
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Jan 24, 2017
Status: c4
It's pretty much a fantasy for those of you maybe like me haha whos been on several mmo rankings for quite awhile (maybe not top) but imagine yourself in the future if you kept doing it and reaching top 1 legacy for such a long time and escaping from the real world and having a dim future but time travelling back with all the game info before launch. This is pretty much it.

The premise is pretty well made too and so far it's doing itself quite well. I'm definitely following... more>> this simply because it's somehow unique because the author seems to know much about games unlike your typical fantasy mmo troupes that just adds a user interface and less about the games details. <<less
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Dec 21, 2018
Status: c142
If you pay attention game mechanics like me, you might find this novel unsatisfactory. But if you read it for drama, its good. Some spoilers about what I didnt like,

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I shouldve dropped this novel when they were defending the guild base. Normally, defenders should be always in advantageous position as theyr on higher ground. But author has a mind blowing logic here that made me lose half of my brain cells:

Attackers can hit the wall but defenders on the wall CANT hit the attackers. WHY? Because attackers can hit the wall from a straight line, while defenders are hitting from above the wall to the ground. Distance is longer so skills cant reach them! They could only hit them with Aoe magic. GENIUS!!! Apparently the author doesnt know what high ground advantage is.

This is the tr*shest idea you would ever encounter in a MMORPG game. First time ive seen defenders are in a disadvantegaus position in a guild war. Ridiculous.. Someone should give some prize to the author for this mind blowing logic.

Other thing that made me drop this novel is; when MC and ML were dueling, ML could fling MC away because the difference in strenght between male and female character IN THE GAME, where everything should work according to stat numbers. Not if a character is male or female. Author destroys the game mechanics just for the sake of drama.

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Mar 03, 2017
Status: c34
It's pretty good. It's nice to have a female main character because there's no threat of a harem forming. She's also a total badass which is great. I do get annoyed with how much crap she takes without retaliating. I get she's trying to be different after reincarnating, but I still think she shouldn't be so passive in response to some things. Aside from that, the game itself is about what you expect from a VRMMORPG novel; it's not fully fleshed out, and doesn't give off a game feeling. There's... more>> a heavy emphasis on her knowledge from the future which gets repetitive, but it's not unbearable (not yet at least). Overall, I think it's a fun novel. More than anything it's nice to have a novel with a female main character where romance really isn't an aspect of the MC's life. Very hard to find on NU. Recommend this for those who like VRMMORPG novels. To make a comparison, this is kind of like Emperor of Solo Play except the inverse. Former solo player reincarnates and values friendships as opposed to former guild leader reincarnates and cuts off friendships. <<less
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Jan 30, 2017
Status: c14
What I find unique about this particular novel is the fact that the MC is female. Most of these VRMMORPG/reincarnation/revenge type novels all have male MCs, so the fact that this is coming from the POV of a female makes it different. Because of this, I'm anticipating how the author will use this aspect of the character to make their novel different (if at all) from other similar novels.

I like how the MC realizes that her personality and thought process is wrong, and from that reflection, she tries to fix herself with this second chance

Which differs from other novels in which the MC might be trying to use their past knowledge of the game to gain an edge on their "enemies". Of course, this isn't saying she doesn't use that knowledge as well, cause then we wouldn't have an OP MC.
Currently, there isn't really much difference in story progression between this novel and other novels of this type. If you enjoy the VRMMORPG/second chance type novels, this is very similar, and I definitely will be following this to see how this story progresses!
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Aug 28, 2017
Status: c126
At a glance, this seems to be a generic reincarnation story with OP female MC, but in actuality the only part of her reincarnation that she used to cheat were regarding which people to befriend (in theme with her effort to actually keep some positive social relations, despite the utterly selfish reasons she scouted them), some dungeon glitches (as expected), and in-game real estate developments (I'm just???? dude).

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She's not even the strongest hunter in the game


Because she does a lot of new things it ends up very fresh; quests she hasn't even heard about, treasures she didn't get the first time around, feuds and friendships with a lot of people.

The dynamics with other players, as well as exploring the game world, are the main attractions in this novel for me. The conflict of interests are engaging, and her impulsive bravado and ruthlessness makes for a lot of interesting situations.

Granted, the writer could expand some more on her friends' perspective... like literally her guildmates, but well...

A light read, with overarching plot clues scattered from the start, don't expect extreme complications (... uh, well, maybe except the last plot twist), but very enjoyable nonetheless.

Last but not least, one of the best light novel TL I've ever read; reads very smooth, props to TL team. <<less
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Feb 22, 2017
Status: v1c27
So far it reminds me of Rebirth of the Thief but with a female main character.

I quite like it because game setting and the fact that the MAIN character is female. Sadly not enough Chinese/Japanese LN's feature a female as the main character whose viewpoint we see the world through. The only other one I can think of off the top of my head is Stunning Edge. Also quite a good LN so you might want to check that out of your interested in seeing another female in the... more>> leading role. <<less
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Feb 08, 2017
Status: c19
First impressions.

It is obvious that the author is influenced by World of Warcraft's hunter class, even the talents and quirks are duplicated here.

Our MC is a professional gamer who had reached the peak by walling off all distractions: including alienating her family and friends and playing selfishly in the game. In the end, she was left alone. In a bitter twist of irony, she could not find friends to make up a party to join a group competition. Wallowing in her self-pity, she fell from a high spot to... more>> a sure death... only to awaken in her younger past self, at the point before she made the fateful life choices. She promised to make changes about her past self that had played the game which consumed her previous life... and then proceeded to play the game anyway, this time as a different class.

A little head-scratching to be sure, but I guess the author needed an excuse. Anyway, the story thus far is typical of a "I am playing this game using my previous experience and skill" tale. The main twist is the gender of the MC, though it doesn't seem relevant as yet (no romance hinted yet). There are some statistics in the text, and writing seems decent enough though after 19 chapters we don't get an idea as to what the MC wants to do except to use her in-game knowledge to level efficiently.

Have to wait chapters. <<less
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Jan 24, 2017
Status: c4
It seems to me like this is just like any other reincarnation story, except this time the character is in a VRMMO, which is a little original. Points for the refreshing concept!

What I like about this story is the novelty (which may wear off), as well as the okay pacing for a fast-paced story. It doesn't seem forced, and if you just want a moderate read without much depth, this could be what you're looking for.
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Apr 07, 2021
Status: --
I wanted to give this novel 5 stars, I really do, but there are some parts that are just extremely bad I couldnt even count how many times I rolled my eyes on those parts.

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I can ignore massive plotholes, the overly convenient items, quest and interactions, and the out of character interactions of certain key players, but the IRL romance is just too, how do I say this politely, "Old Scool" aka creepy, its not even borderline s*xual harassment, its a full-on creep-fest.

I like the MC, she's cool, calm, collected, the years of grueling experience made her calculating and sometimes a little bit psychopathic, but when it comes to romance she becomes a brain dead teenager, I mean she did have experiences from her past life but somehow after reincarnating those experience reset as well. She got mol*sted in public, assaulted and almost r*ped, and its somehow "ok" because its her most precious rival, disgusting.

The male lead, man, he's such a disappointment, he's not your typical silent, moody, "only redeemable quality is he's rich and handsome" ML, but after discovering his masochistic feeling for our MC he shows his overbearing, forceful and stalker-like behavior, its so creepy reading it in third person and the mc's reaction is to let him do it, she could've log out, or contacted customer support when she was getting mol*sted inside the prison but alas the MC has the iq of a wet towel when it comes to romance, thats why our creepy ML easily takes advantage of her.

Additionally, the chapters DRAG and I mean DRAAAAAG.... its fine when its about dungeon exploring, questing, or guild management but when the romance (which the author clearly has no experience writing) drags for 5-6 chapters it really spoils the read, I think my eyeballs nearly popped out my eye from too much eye-rolling.

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Sep 25, 2017
Status: c143
I'm very happy to have picked this up. Translators and editors are great. I'm not sure if it's the author or the translators or both but it is one of the best LN I've read. The story is generic in it's genre but it's the style and atmosphere that makes it a hit for me. Of the many I've read it's one of the best in terms of translation and story pacing. It's an easy read and very relatable. Informative without brain overload. Translation is clean.

Very satisfying read. Thanks to... more>> the authors and translators! <<less
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