Swordmaster Healer

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The world centers around completing Dungeons. Sung Joon, nicknamed the Legend, for his pathetic healing abilities, is a C-Rank Healer with combat abilities worse than an E-Rank Hunter. One day, while traversing through a dungeon with his party, he finds a sword stuck in an altar. No one is able to pull out the sword but as soon as he approaches it, a cruel test begins. His only hope is the sword. However when he pulls out the sword, he learns of a life that isn’t his, swordsmanship that isn’t his, and his life changes forever. How will the weakest Healer become the strongest Swordmaster?

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소드마스터 힐러
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Recommendations
Seoul Station’s Necromancer (2)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
07/20/18 Myoniyoni Translations c56
07/19/18 Myoniyoni Translations c55
07/18/18 Myoniyoni Translations c54
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07/16/18 Myoniyoni Translations c52
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07/12/18 Myoniyoni Translations c50
07/11/18 Myoniyoni Translations c49
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07/06/18 Myoniyoni Translations c47
07/05/18 Myoniyoni Translations c46
07/04/18 Myoniyoni Translations c45
07/03/18 Myoniyoni Translations c44
07/02/18 Myoniyoni Translations c43
06/29/18 Myoniyoni Translations c42
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TheJudge
TheJudge rated it
May 24, 2018
Status: c17
This is a 2.5 for me so far.

What we have here is a MC that is shunned by everyone because he's practically garbage when it comes to his class (healer), no one wants him in their party because well.. His healing sucks and he's a pathetic person overall and very spiteful one at that. He hits the jackpot after discovering something that unlocks his past life potential and skills. Right away his personality takes a 360 turn. He turns into a psychopath. Peoples lives mean nothing to him unless he... more>> can benefit from them, as in making $$ for him and his father who's in the hospital. He'll watch people die, torture pkers/people for information. Some pkers tried to kill him in a dungeon raid, he killed all of them and then made it his life mission to kill all pkers, his reason? Because pkers tried to kill him. He becomes so arrogant, greedy that its off putting and make me want to just hope someone stronger appears and just kill him off, and I'm only 17 chapters in. As stated from one of the previous reviewers, the MC is a antihero. I don't mind antiheroes but the way this one acts is just pathetic and selfish. I'll probably drop this somewhere along the way. <<less
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keklel
keklel rated it
June 6, 2018
Status: c25
Sorry, but the story is neither engaging nor well written. Other than "synchronizing" with his past memories (whatever that means - does his body get taken over by some dead dude?) there isn't any plot at all. There's a subplot about the MC trying to get money to pay for his father's hospital bills (can't he just use healing magic or whatever?) that does not progress beyond:

MC: Hey dad, I paid your hospital bills.

Dad: Thanks!

... more>> MC:...

Dad:...

MC: I'll be off now.

That's pretty much all the character interaction in the novel so far (25 chapters).

There are no interesting characters whatsoever (we got a few asshole dudes who died in one of the earlier dungeon runs). The ones so far introduced in the story are so bland that they are not worth mentioning - random recruiter dude tries to recruit the MC, MC says no, recruiter says ok. Uhh, where's the story?

Look at chapter 25 (a typical chapter). It took an entire chapter to describe a typical solo run through a typical dungeon: MC goes into a dungeon, monsters in the dungeon attack him, he kills them easily, the end. It took an entire chapter to describe a typical dungeon run that I just described in one sentence. Why? Either the author is extremely verbose and wants to describe everything in detail, or just has nothing interesting to tell (which is the impression I get after reading 25 chapters). I'll bet on the latter. <<less
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Shitai
Shitai rated it
June 23, 2018
Status: c28
Now I usually don’t mind reading short chapter novels, nor do I mind simple writing; however, when coupled with bad writing, poor plot, and various other negative elements, it exemplifies my distaste. The pacing from how fast and quick the MC becomes OP, adjusts to his new strength, and the way everyone reacts to it is terrible. It is like a badly written soap but without the tension, character development, or twist. There is no real explanation for his gain in power, delving into his past of previous personality, or... more>> worthwhile world building. I am sure some people might be able tolerate it, but I can’t enjoy this novel. <<less
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Taniniver
Taniniver rated it
May 15, 2018
Status: c9
So far, it's a Dungeons in modern-ish setting with a looked-down-upon weakling who has a miraculous stroke of luck and instantly gains fantastic power causing everyone to be in awe of his greatness.
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TamaSaga
TamaSaga
May 4, 2018
Status: c4
The translation is great, but you can tell right off the bat that the MC is an antihero.

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Instead of struggling harder, he leaves the party to die. He then loots their corpses. Leaves the bodies behind for others to clean up. And in the end, just writes them off as mere stepping stones without an afterthought.

Of course, the MC isn't wrong in his reactions, but he's not the kind of guy I would look up to as a role model. In a sense, you would say that he's realistic. In another sense, you would point him out to a bunch of kids and say, "don't imitate him."

On a slightly different vein, instead of creating destiny, MC is following it as the author uses handwaving to stack up coincidences leading up to obtaining his power as well as a safe escape route that leaves zero consequences and a ton of gain.

But yeah, take my words with a grain of salt since I only got up to chapter 4, which is only enough to explain how he gets his power. We haven't been given a chance to figure out where the story is going to go from here and, who knows, maybe he redeems himself in the future...

... Maybe. This story seems to possess a passing resemblance to certain other stories and the general idea behind them was always, "no regrets".

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Fluffums
Fluffums rated it
June 18, 2018
Status: c5
I gave up on chapter 5, even though I have nothing better to do right now.

Trash protagonist.

Gains power.

Immediately starts picking fights.

While a crowd explains what "self-defense" means.

...

I double-checked but it is a Korean web novel and not a Chinese web novel. Cliche stories can be enjoyable but Swordmaster Healer doesn't do the cliches particularly enjoyably. There are better OP protagonists with a chip on their shoulder and a hole in their head. And when you've read all of those... this one will still be too bad to pick up.
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storybookknight
storybookknight rated it
May 12, 2018
Status: c10
Boring start. Uses the 'Dungeons exist on Earth' trope without bothering to explore how that affects society at any level beyond the superficial. Main character is a typical 'loser who suddenly gets granted power' like in a million other stories, and as soon as he gets any power he immediately begins exploring dungeons solo, thus preventing him from interacting with other characters in meaningful ways. There's some possibility for this to get better but mostly it just feels like a much more poorly-executed version of Seoul Station's Necromancer.
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oblueknighto
oblueknighto rated it
June 18, 2018
Status: c33
It's a pretty typical weak to strong Korean story where their power instantly skyrockets when a power awakens. His swordmaster life turns him brutal and messes with his personality too. This novel is focusing a lot more on his swordmaster life than on his current situation. It's not even 50 chapters into the novel yet so I say for sure where this is heading but there is enough foreshadowing of enemies from his past life that I can probably guess he's going to have to fight them eventually.
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Ascension
Ascension rated it
May 7, 2018
Status: c2
It's only been 5 chapters so far, but it looks to be interesting so far. I enjoy dungeon hunting novels so that's the reason for my 4-star rating otherwise it would probably be 3 stars (as in It's good/i like it).

Story so far, the MC is a loser-healer, who can't heal at all and due to plot armor he gets swordmaster skills. So far it's the generic dungeon/slasher novel.

This novel is recommended for those that enjoy dungeon novels such as "Dungeon Hunter", "Dimensional Sovereign" or "Seoul Station's Necromancer". This is... more>> similar to those at the moment.

We'll see how it goes once more chapters are out. <<less
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drollawake
drollawake rated it
June 18, 2018
Status: c39
Edit (c39) : See if you can hold out till chapter 39, which is when the actual plot begins. Until then, it aimlessly follows the predictable pattern mentioned in my original review.

This extended prologue would have been better shortened, shifting to greater use of exposition to set the scene quickly. As it is, what I got was how overpowered and edgy the plot-armored MC is and how dumb, arrogant, and weak the rest of the world is, which is not a good look for a novel that wants to stand... more>> out.

Original: There isn't much plot or worldbuilding. And what little there is makes me yawn. I don't care for the mystery of his past life because the author hasn't given us any hint of why it matters other than powering up. The novel is just cycles of people underestimating and offending him, and then him subverting their expectations and taking revenge. If he's ever in a pinch, plot armor ensures that his new skill saves him. Despite being a Korean novel, it follows the same structure as lazily-written Xianxias except there's less filler so things move faster. That also means the cycles repeat so fast that those mini-arcs get repetitive. It reminds me a lot of Talisman Emperor in how little I care for the plot with how predictable things play out. <<less
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