Buddha’s Palm


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Su Qin crosses into a world where martial artists run rampant, where Buddhist monks from the Yuan Dynasty dominate the world. Jiuyang’s successor’s fist conquered the mountains and rivers, and Xiao Li’s flying knife smashed through the void.

Because Su Qin had no martial arts qualifications, he could only become a sweeping monk in the Shaolin Temple. At this time, the ‘Sign In System’ was activated.

Sign In in front of Buddha’s Golden Body, get [Buddha’s Palm].

Sign In in front of the Arhat Hall, get [Invincible Vajra Divine Art].

Sign in at the back mountain of Shaolin Temple, get [Golden Demon Body].

The Shaolin Temple was riddled with treasures, and you can sign in everywhere.

Su Qin decided that he would never leave the mountain without Signing In to everything in the Shaolin Temple. And so, he Signed In the Shaolin Temple for twenty whole years!

Twenty years later, the Shaolin Temple got mixed in the battle between the Righteous and Evil.

The Demons were fierce and powerful, they blatantly invaded the Shaolin Temple and were pushing forth with great force, but that is until they met Su Qin who was sweeping the floor…

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New WanderingReader rated it
March 6, 2021
Status: c265
Such an amazing novel! This is a story about MC journey to become someone invincible. He aims to be more powerful than everyone and stands at the top.

For someone who is ambitious as MC, he's surprisingly passive and patient. He also never do random things that doesn't benefit him at all, mostly he acts when someone are attacking him or people he care about.

We see his journey from a mere sweeping monk to someone who is revered and bring prosperity to people around him.

I'd say if MC has no one... more>> around him I'll probably drop this fast, but he does have people he care, even when they're only in the background it still give us a glimpse of MC heart.

I like reading this because MC is truly OP but it's also because he knows his limit, he's patient in building up his strength and that's why he got that much power, the story is simple and easy to read, not heavy at all.

If you want a light read I heavily recommend this, especially if you like cultivation, martial arts and such.

So far no romance and I truly hope it'll stays like that until the end, I can't wait until MC will reach more powerful stage because at this point his journey to become truly invincible is still long. <<less
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New FabAsianZung rated it
March 2, 2021
Status: c40
Woah, all the other reviews seem to be way ahead in the raws. But I'm gonna write my review based on what I've read so far. This is basically a CN isekai with an OP protagonist.

This novel would be good when you've run out of things to read. Basically an isekai tr*sh.

... more>>

Don't really have to summarise anything for this novel, the synopsis is self-explanatory. Or you can read the other reviews, they do a pretty good job explaining what's going on. Ok, onto my review.

The plot is... there's no plot in the first place.

The pacing of the story is pretty good, keeps me interested.

The combat itself is pretty bland since the MC would always obliterate his enemies.

There's not much world-building happening, the novel does give a rough general outline of what the world is like.

Don't expect much from this novel, no romance or mystery of the sort here.

But if you're like me, an isekai tr*sh enthusiast, then this is perfect for you as well!

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Imadethisaccount rated it
January 21, 2021
Status: c178
This is one of the few system novels done right. I like that the protagonist does not have heavy desires other than to seek immortality. It is refreshing to see that Su Qin can gain strength without having to chase after treasures. In many Xin Xia/Xuanhuan novels, the method for the main character to increase strength revolves around materialism.

"Oh I obtained this exquisite 9 Yin Yang cocaine that I found in some ancient Cave dug by the great immortal Pablo Escobar after killing all the people in this cave... it... more>> is all mine haha..." this novel has none of that. The quote in the previous sentence mentions chasing after treasures, in this novel Su Qin gets the treasure in his hand. You might say that this is a forced way of writing, but I think that this is not the case... especially in this context.

Without the golden finger (the system) Su would have to chase after treasures in order to increase his strength, but this would deviate from Buddhist ideologies. Of course if one is a true Buddhist they wouldn't even chase after immortality, this is a shortcoming in this novel that I would not critique. <<less
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rhianirory rated it
February 3, 2021
Status: c203
I found this story to be very relaxing, odd when you consider that it's a xuanhuan story. The MC is very level-headed and the cultivation system so far is easy to understand.

for once the MC is not constantly belittled or abused because he's just a sweeping monk, at most the disciples barely notice him at all before the reveal. There's no continual parade of arrogant young masters, no constant face slapping, and the MC doesn't run around showing off and forcing others to wallow in his awesomeness. He just cultivates... more>> and uses his system and most of the time he doesn't bother anyone and they don't bother him. Yes there's more action and bloodshed when he goes out into the world, but all in all he just wants to be left alone to cultivate and check in every day.

I don't know if the rest of the novel will maintain the same quality but I liked the first 200 chapters. Makes a nice change from the typical. And while I wasn't as happy with the court intrigue/ palace stuff after he leaves the sect, the rest is interesting enough. so far it's one of the better written xuanhuan that I've read lately. Rate the first 100 or so chapters a 4.5 and the out in the world chapters a 4, subject to change once more chapters are completed. <<less
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gelleali rated it
January 19, 2021
Status: c147
  • Roman is good but for me he is too indifferent to people close to him (how many pills and martial arts he has acquired and leaves everything to himself, although they will no longer bring any benefit to esu (why does he become invincible at all? Just like that. But I like how patiently he improves his strength in the initial zone, and not how some heroes learned that on another continent a bunch of strong immediately run headlong ️ Most of all in this novel I liked his patience
  • This is a decent novel, though it has very limited action. The main character is heavily OP and mostly is concerned with his own cultivation. The world around him as well as the other characters notably drive the plot, an the MC is very reactive most of the time. There is no arrogant young masters or pointless faceslapping, which is good. There are few chapters, but so far this is a fairly enjoyable but not top tier novel.
  • Spoiler

    Su Qin is pretty much a calm and patience guy. He works hard for 40 years to be the strongest in his continent. YES A CONTINENT

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novaes rated it
February 13, 2021
Status: c134
Hard to recommend this one. Super boring tale of an extreme loner who just gets stronger and barely does anything. I keep reading it excepting something to happen but barely anything does.

Guy transmigrates into young master body, has no aptitude and gets sent to Buddhist school <story starts here>. His golden finger gives him free stuff like pills and secret arts and he just sort of becomes a turbo loner and levels up with them. That's pretty much it. He thinks everyone is below him even though he only has... more>> power due to his cheat, never earning a single lick of power himself. Everything is just magically gifted to him without effort.

  • He cultivates his Buddhist arts, gets strong and... just gets stronger... and then even stronger ad infinitum
  • There's no romance, adventure, drama, life-or-death situations or even any real challenges at all.
  • There's almost zero action, mystery, excitement, or politics.
  • He barely recognizes his relatives exist and makes only one single friend, and even then it's more like a familiar acquaintance.
  • He barely even does anything to help anyone and considers it bothersome beyond slapping the occasional bad guy to death every 30 chapters.
  • He has a mountain of skills and pills but barely bothers to even help anyone else. Everything is just handed to him on a silver platter or download directed into his brain.
If you want to read the tale of a guy with a golden finger who leisurely gets stronger while dismissing the world, then this is for you. If you want literally anything else than this is not for you. <<less
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fatsaddragon rated it
February 16, 2021
Status: c30
If you enjoy novels like OVERLORD, where the MC is OP, this is the novel to enjoy.

So far the MC does not shows sign of wanting world domination. It seems more chill compared to the typical wuxia.

Definitely a new favourite of mine.
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OfficePony rated it
February 17, 2021
Status: c236
Lazy writing pretty much sums this up. While you might be able to get away with saying this is a parody of cultivation and system novels, it doesn't make up for the miles of exposition on random power ups and "well known" people/abilities/items that are constantly being introduced to the story. Almost nothing is set up for more than a few chapters before being rushed to an ending of some sort.

If you like slice-of-life style novels, this does scratch that itch as long as you ignore the lazy exposition.

Can't... more>> even say if you like slice-of-life stuff this is for you anymore xD After a while the novel tries to take itself more seriously as a cultivation novel and just falls into all of the old trappings minus the struggling MC. All the same problems it faced when it was more of a parody except now you can tell it's trying to be serious about it. <<less
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albreo rated it
January 28, 2021
Status: c238

Yep, this is pretty good. The story is about a guy who got a system that gives him items and instant cultivation techniques every day depends on the location. Since items and skills were pulled out of thin air, it has no impact on anybody else. Most of the time, the story focuses on his step by step improvement. The MC is in the OP category, so his cultivation speed is at least 100 times faster than normal but no one will ever know his rank. His personality is quiet,... more>> not arrogant or showing off his power. He rarely interacts with anyone and just minding his own sweeping business all day long. His life goal is to become Lv.99 before exiting the starting village.

There is rarely any conflict in the story. Combats are mild and often end in one fell swoop which will be unsuitable for any reader who looking for action or climatic scene. The plot just starts kicking in the later chapter as everyone is coming back to the mainland. The MC will likely be able to slap some more people soon but keep in mind that the strong point of this story isn't about combat but world-building. What I like the most is that the author keeps pacing in check with logical time skips. Not too fast nor slow and quite believable.

Edit: I'm disappointed to say that the story starts going mainstream after chapter 200. MC went on to break into other people's homes and kill the homeowner for no obvious reason but to satisfy his craving for sign-in. He also obtains supporters to be in awe of his every move which is totally unneeded in this novel.

MC is unbearably arrogant, so much that I'm going to drop it. Goodbye. <<less
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ObliviousGuy rated it
February 24, 2021
Status: c230
It's just so generic I guess. You can pretty much predict what he is going to do and he lacks personality. He constantly avoids doing anything and you can tell the author puts less and less thought into the things he acquires as the novel progresses. It's good to wait a little time on but there is nothing great about it
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