Tales Of The World Devouring Serpent

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Fang Yun has become a snake and got a system, the system requires him to brush up to 10 million reputation values, or face eternal death. So Fang Yun began to crazily upgrade!

A beautiful outdoor streamer in the mountains, facing the camera and the live friends sending gifts but was caught by a one-meter-long python.

3,000 meters above the sea surface, Lake Logar is suspected of the appearance of water monsters, causing a large number of tourists to explore.

On the calm sea, a luxurious cruise ship is slowly moving forward. Visitors stood on the deck as the sea breeze blow. Suddenly, someone found that under the water behind their cruise ship, a black shadow hundred of meters long is following closely.

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The Hamster Overlord
The Hamster Overlord rated it
July 6, 2020
Status: c280
The novel is very good for people who love level-grinding, action with no romance or any character interaction.

The author did something really cool, that being making the whole grinding process seem interesting for so long.

There's a plot too, so I guess that's nice.

... more>> The problems I have with the novel though, we're enough for me to take down a star off of this rating.

The author somehow fit politics into the story. Huxia or the Panda country, which is basically China always is the cool nation that suffers the least and developers faster than most countries. Its not blatant but the author obviously favors it, never making it look like an antagonist or having it suffer a lot.

It's not very important to the plot but it's still annoying af.

Then we get a lot of chapters where the pov changes to random humans. I'm fine with a chapter or two from their pov but sometimes it drags out and it's really annoying too, though it isn't done too badly.

None are fatal flaws so I recommend this novel <<less
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Jkcdeo
Jkcdeo rated it
July 2, 2020
Status: c278
A Great Novel of a Monster MC that doesnt get domesticated like in other s*upid novels. If u want to read Monster MC novel, then THIS IS THE BEST!

NICE NICE NICE NICE NICE NICE!
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tiffanyaf
tiffanyaf rated it
June 29, 2020
Status: c276
This novel is focused on strength building. MC got reborn into a snake, where he had to quickly eat other animals/ beasts to increase in size. It gets repetitive— HOWEVER, I still can’t stop reading it. There’s a lot of time skips, and the author knew when to make it interesting to keep the story going, which is why I like this novel a lot!!! This is my first time writing a review, and I had to go make one because I saw that there’s barely any review for this underrated novel.
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novaes
novaes rated it
July 3, 2020
Status: --
I expected a fantasy world with fantasy beasts, but so far it's just the MC in the real world. Like, that's it. The MC is a giant snake that eats animals and grows big, and people go speculate about him.

No big bad evil guy, no secret magic world beneath the surface or anything else so far. Just a guy who eats and grows bigger for no purpose.
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Deathlord
Deathlord rated it
July 31, 2020
Status: c304
5 stars is what this one deserves.

Reincarnated as a monster in a semi scientific fantasy world with evolution of species involved in. A slice of life of a monster is what I can put it in.

Highly Recommended
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Zeusomega
Zeusomega rated it
December 24, 2020
Status: Completed
Read the mtl ver till end.

A usual story about MC evolving into a bigger snake, being in different to humans but inextricably get tied to them.

One thumbs up for maintaining the third person relation with the humans without any over drama.

... more>> Good plot, the world building is sound, though not too spectacular.

No romance, no revenge no hero drama, one of the rares out here.

But It does see a steep fall in quality and progression from mid way, the author seems hurried and sums things up, some plots are just skipped and glossed over, and you can see mc's growth starts jumping instead of the steady accumulation.

There are bits here and there that are note worthy and memorable, but taking everything into account its best a c+ novel... Giving it a B would be unfair.

Read it till the blue world arc or the first arc, then on its just author wrapping up his discarded plot. <<less
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Giedrius
Giedrius rated it
September 16, 2020
Status: c137
Well, I liked the novel at the beginning, but I dropped after 100+ chapters.

The beginning of the novel is something you have probably read a hundred times, but it quickly captivates you in its own world. The setting of the world is almost identical to modern Earth, but it is still another world. There is no magic, cultivation or something similar here (with the exception of the MC having the system).

Over the course of the novel, the author slowly expands the world, shows us how the MC's actions make impact... more>> on the larger world, and how the world looks at a being that, seemingly, exists while detached from the laws of science. I quite like these parts as the novel doesn't feel restricted and it gives a feeling like there is life happening outside of the MC's immediate sphere.

However, I found that this novel quickly turns bland once the novelty wears out. The protagonist doesn't really encounter any threats to his life throughout his journey (Maybe a close call or two in a 100+ chapters), and its mostly a 'I did this and that, and this is how many points I earned today' type of deal. He is also overly cautious, despite modern weaponry having no effect on him (Aside from the top-grade stuff like nukes and missiles). At a certain point, he becomes an apex predator, even while taking the whole world into consideration, but we still find him hunting schools of small fish, and dicking around in the ocean.

There are very few reoccurring characters in this novel, and they are mostly used for their reactions, padding the word count, or something similar. In a 100+ chapters, the only character that we have seen more than once, and had any sort of impact, was a scientist, and his only purpose was to show the protagonist's existence to the world. Aside from that, he has done nothing so far, and I don't think he will.

Overall, I think this novel is alright if you have nothing better to do and want to kill some time; However, you shouldn't expect much from this. 137 chapters and I found myself skipping paragraphs without missing anything, and I found myself bored because I know that the protagonist will never be in any kind of danger. On the other hand, the writing is alright, maybe a typo here and there, but it doesn't get in the way if you aren't nitpicking.

I give this a solid 3/5. <<less
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Jarronseven
Jarronseven rated it
July 16, 2020
Status: c290
If you are expecting the MC to reincarnate into a magical world and have epic battles with ferocius monsters from the very beginning, then that's not what happens. MC reincarnates as a snake, just a normal snake of a few centimeters long, if there where any kind of monster, MC would die right away.

However, after sometime MC will finally find the so awaited monsters, so don't worry.

The only thing that I didn't like was that the animals are quite dumb, their survival instincts sometimes are inexistent, and other time seem... more>> to act like humans.

In summary: A good story to read in your freetime. <<less
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TKing1517
TKing1517 rated it
June 29, 2020
Status: --
I'm a little confused by whats going... there used to be a translation of this novel on Royal Road and the last chapter I read was around 210~~.

But the story from that site is deleted and the latest chapter here is only 95??

It's a great story tho.

Edit: nevermind the story on the actual website is on the latest chapter.

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Alymirra
Alymirra rated it
July 14, 2020
Status: c201
The level up story progression is rather fun to read and gets your blood boiling.

However, the MC almost never seems to encounter any difficulties and levels up over and over again within a matter of chapters. This quickly becomes rather redundant especially since there is no character growth.

However, the reason I stopped reading was because I could not stand the ludicrosity of the MC's views on environmental sustainability and animal behavior. According to the MC's logic (or perhaps better said, the author's logic), every single predator is his personal enemy... more>> and is out to maliciously kill him without the slightest self-preservation instincts.

Additionally, the MC finds it personally acceptable to consume an entire region of animals and I mean EVERY. SINGLE. LIVING. ANIMAL within a matter of weeks or months and then move on to repeat this behavior somewhere else. Like, is he just unaware that his "point accumulation" will realistically be impossible to complete at the ratio of point increase needed to reach higher levels/animal deaths or does he just not care if he resets evolution to insects if it gets him another skill?

Needless to say, this astounding logic is what killed the novel for me in the end. <<less
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SkyGaming224
SkyGaming224 rated it
July 3, 2020
Status: c404
  1. The Chapters are relatively Short but the nearly daily releases make up for that. The Story is one of the best Reincarnated as a Monster Novels out there.
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Kevin06x
Kevin06x rated it
February 26, 2021
Status: c419
Honestly. Read this if you're tired of s*upid MC with a slow-paced story. MC literally just gets stronger every chapter and I love it. He's also got decent humor and a good motive. He goes from a tiny snake into a literal god that can wipe planets for breakfast. If you just shut your mind and read, then I assure you, you will have a good ass time.

Warning: ... more>>
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There is a lot of time skips, like a lot. Especially in the latter part of the story. Decades passed by like nothing.

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rhianirory
rhianirory rated it
September 9, 2021
Status: Completed
I really liked the first part of this series when the MC was just minding his business (eating), being neutral, and hanging out with the turtle. But once he magically gets the ability to use the internet and gets in contact with humans it changes from the slice of life I was enjoying into something more standard with lots of politics, battles, face-slapping, etc, and the multitude of povs are all focused on humans and not the MC. Once it hits the 400s I started to lose interest. The story... more>> took a severe nosedive once he dropped his neutrality and started interacting with humans. So the first part I would give a solid 4 to but the second part wavered between 2.5-3. <<less
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Valixiant
Valixiant rated it
August 14, 2021
Status: c432
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This novel is excruciatingly simple. Not only simple, but the plot constantly repeats. Some "small" party will nearly die, but is saved by the main character. The main character will then proceed to decimate the enemy, rarely losing and having to retreat. This has happened roughly 20 times by chapter 432, likely more.

However, that isn't the main gripe I have with this novel. The main character has basically no end goal except to get stronger, along with the fact that he can escape from any fight at any time renders any "tension" pointless. Furthermore, it took over 300 chapters for the main character to actually communicate to a intelligent species.

Aside from these, the plot is simple. Decade-long timeskips, main character evolves several times, fights something, wins, scale of what he fights increases. Repeat. This never stops repeating. At chapter 432 there is no overarching plot. There is no enemy that can scare him, if anything injures him too much he can easily get away, nothing can match him in terms of speed.

Furthermore, the power scaling in this novel is atrocious. The main character never actually reveals his power in the terms of intelligent-species classifications, so all you have to rely on is other POV's. However, when I say "intelligent-species" I'm using that very lightly. Every single creature has an IQ of a toddler, regardless of how much the author elaborates on everyone being natural-born geniuses. They completely underestimate the main character, send some small tr*sh mobs to fight him, continue to underestimate him, send something slightly stronger, etc. This repeats to the point where the main character is already stronger than everything around him, so the author has to time-skip decades in order to find something that can fight him.

Overall, this novel was a disappointment. It seemed interesting at first, but it quickly stagnated under the usual "MC is a genius and everyone else has the IQ of a walnut" cliche.

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NogardterceS
NogardterceS rated it
May 11, 2021
Status: c250
Its good. Finally, a story about an actual monster! It's amazing how rare these kinds of stories are. They either gain a human form early to mid in the story and forget about it or have a "beast form" they never use. Its premise is clear. "World-devouring" means that he is constantly eating and constantly strengthening himself. The reactions of those around him and the climate and worldbuilding are a really great addition to the story, but in the end its monster evolution. The growth of the MC feels natural... more>> and balanced at all times. He doesn't suddenly gain massive powerboosts and constantly struggles until he becomes OP. His evolution in combination with the change in the world is really great.

There's a bit of chinese propaganda but its only like 3-4 chapters in total and I understand the author's feelings. If he didn't add such a thing his novel would probably be banned like RI because its about one person that doesnt care about his country, doesnt care about anything except for himself. This includes Panda country (China), so the author boosts panda country a little bit (really small) through faster tech advancements and gives them face. There is no racism.

The argument of "it stays the same, grow, repeat" is a bit shallow since most fantasy novels are like that. It just feels less like that because it is muddled in various "tournament arcs, training arcs, friendship arcs, enemy of the state arcs" etc. It's also inaccurate since relationships keep coming back, the tension changes from prey to predator and multiple amazing abilities and fight scenes are used. The world expands and we learn so much more. There is worldbuilding. Reading a fight scene in chapter 10 gives a completely different feel than a fight scene in chapter 200. All in all, this is the story I've been waiting for. Thanks to the translator for the effort in such frequent updates. <<less
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White Dragon
White Dragon rated it
February 4, 2021
Status: Completed
I like the ending, I like the beginning arcs but I don't like the later arcs. Rushed and without much creativity. This could have been much better. Anyway, if u are tired of bad romance and arrogant young masters then this novel will heal you a bit.
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nft13
nft13 rated it
September 4, 2021
Status: c594 part2
First time writing a review but I love this series. Gets repetitive yet that just can't stop my interest. Translations aren't perfect but they're still pretty good. As for the plot.

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Spoiler

It starts out with some level of realism (barely. Only includes the limit of his strength being normal) though this quickly fades. As he gets stronger he surpasses the limits of what is possible and when you get far enough in to when he reaches the ocean and hangs out for a bit,

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he starts to encounter mutants and monsterish versions of normal or even extinct sea creatures. These come from another world and wreck havoc. Making the world take a more sci-fi apocalypse approach. After them Kaijus. At the end of this arc

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He and humanity goes to the home world of the aliens. Here he makes proper contact with humans and starts working with them to face an eldritch horror like god creature. After finally chasing this creature off

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They go full sci-fi and enter space. Him being now a cosmic size serpent. Following this is a lot of fun. Though it continues for a while.

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After this he leaves behind the humans and goes deeper into the universe. Here he fights countless civilizations and I must admit while the early part of this arc is fun it's really just rinse and repeat higher numbers for a while.

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And finally the part I reached. Cultivation. While he is not a cultivator his strength is measured in cultivation terms. At this point he starts to fight a cultivation universe together with a civilization that ruled his home world.

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This is a long read. And may not be for everyone, but if you can get hooked. You won't be able to stop. It's a great book. As for his end goal? To find his home. This world is a parallel universe he has been reincarnated into, (not a spoiler just a fact from the start) he knows he can never return to his old life. But he is determined to take a look at his old hometown and how his family is doing. Because time is hundreds of time faster in this world it is possible. <<less
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Piknos
Piknos rated it
May 11, 2021
Status: c543
It's good for what it is, namely a grinding evolution novel. There's very little plot and the sidecharacters are mainly there to keep the MC sane. The MC just eats, evolves, fights and does it all over again. The author did a really good job at capturing that and making it entertaining but if you're in it for anything other than that the novel is going to be pretty boring. The first couple hundred chapters where he is struggling to survive were good but the after that point he's never... more>> in much danger so it becomes a lot less interesting. <<less
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naavi
naavi rated it
March 31, 2021
Status: c512
In novels we often have the following diagram:
- Our MC encounters a powerful enemy.
- The enemy greatly underestimates the MC.
- The enemy loses and helps the MC to strengthen.
- The MC finally wins.
- And here we go again, we start from the beginning.

Except that in most novels, we have approvals next to it. Secondary stories of the MC or his relatives, other stories that happen to the MC,... In short, there is a common thread, but also secondary threads.

Not here. Right from the start it... more>> is like that, but it is especially with the arc that began "the space age" that it is most obvious and, honestly, boring. We must be in the 300 chapters which ONLY make the diagram explained previously.
There was a vague attempt of secondary thread with a knowledge of our MC, but it is badly used and especially it speaks about it once every 60 chapters.

Honestly it's a pity, because the beginning is very interesting, despite, once again, its already rather abusive use of the diagram. But after... It's just a pain.

So yeah, if you wanna read this novel, stop it after the start of "Space era". <<less
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Halo-halo
Halo-halo rated it
November 24, 2020
Status: --
The author/translator is having a hard time covering the xenophobic nature of the novel and the author itself ex.

Sakura country is very devastated since the upheaval the bald eagle country loan them some high-tech weapons they test it within their waters panda country is very threatened and demand injustice, meanwhile the other country do not see it a threat becoz sakura country does not care neighbors with inferiority complex and bow.

Admit it this is earth itself certain topography such as unique names exist from this novel did not even... more>> bother to change it, and I once saw the name China in the story, just sharing.

The theme is great the plot nah. <<less
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