The Experimental Log of the Crazy Lich


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This is the story of a crazy lich who possesses an internal game system and brings catastrophe to the entire world.

“Let’s look at the daily quests today… it’s the damned choose one-of-two-options-type again. Destroy a town with a population of 30,000 people or above; reward: 10,000 evil points. Steal lollipops from 3 children; reward: 1 evil point. If neither of the quests is completed, then 2 points will be deducted.”

“Tsk! You think I’m s*upid? If I really destroyed a town, a crusade of Epic-ranked Holy Knights would definitely come hunting me down. Even if I earned the points, there wouldn’t be any life left in me to spend them. I better just go be a kindly lollipop bandit.”

I’ve already had enough of being a notorious lich. Who says that a lich can’t be a good person? I’m definitely going to beat this damned system and be an upright and dignified good man.

Associated Names
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Feng wu yao de shi yan ri zhi
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Date Group Release
10/10/15 Sylver Translations c1
93 Reviews

Feb 02, 2017
Status: Completed
I've read the entire series in Chinese. The following review will give you a global picture of what's ahead, without spoiling specific occurrences.


There's a lot to say, so I'll just focus on what really makes this stand out:

1. A solid and diversified world that resists easy, 'one-size-fits-all' solutions:
- The world is full of characters more powerful than the MC, not to mention in the grand scheme of things, numbers do matter. In fact, many of the MC’s companions surpass him in their domain of competence. The MC can't just beat up one person after the other.
- The world is quite advanced. In his first life, the MC tried to use his modern-day knowledge, only to realize that a. anything worth inventing had already been invented and b. the rest has better alternatives in this world.
- Complex and diversified societies. There are over a dozen socio-political models across races, with further fractioning into different factions/individuals with their own agendas as well as open or hidden alliances across factions. Also, it makes -sense- for things to be the way they are. This means MC can't just replace everything with a modern-day social model and be done with it.
- A ruthless, profit-based underlying backbone. In a war for survival, anything goes if there's profit involved, be it land, resources, power, belief or even souls. Allies will betray you if it’s in their interest to do so. Petty internal interests will block your allies' actions. Open lies will be propped up as the 'truth' as long as it's convenient. It's not that 'good people' don't exist here, but profit moves the world.

However, the MC's 'system' has already revealed to him where all this is heading though: several waves of upcoming conflicts, each larger than the last, then boom, game over for everyone. With no easy solutions at hand, the MC is an ant trying to prevent a series of car crashes. This leads to...

2. The diversified plot writing

At first glance, the MC appears to be a silly, goofy, happy-go-lucky guy (skeleton). He even views his past revenge streak (where he nearly destroyed the world) as an ‘embarrassing chuuni phase’ (not often you see That sort of attitude).

But the story increasingly reveals that he is, in fact, a ruthless manipulator. Faced with a world where the strong oppress the weak and where his own country was destroyed by war, betrayal, and lies propped up as truth, the MC decided to become more ruthless, more cunning, more underhanded than his opponents, and does not hesitate to resort to experimentation/dissections, scams, stealing, threats, betrayal, blackmail, negative propaganda, assassinations and conspiracies.
- Lack power? Okay, he's slowly building up his power the normal way. His ‘creations’ are far from normal however.
- Lack people for your new system? Shamelessly poach the followers of other religions.
- Lack technology? Steal it. And steal the researchers. Then sell the resulting technology back to the country you stole it from.
- A group of internal decision-makers are giving you a hard time? What, just find a reason to kill them.
- The decision-makers of allies X are taking their time? lol, drag the trouble straight to their doors, see whether they'll drag-out their decision-making process then.
- Want to stop the successive waves of conflicts which will end in the destruction of the world? Change some of the opposing factions from within from the grounds-up. Form alliances (willing or forced) where you can. Beat up immediate threats, then forcefully integrate them. Identify sub-factions within opposing factions, make deals, then let them handle the rest of their side. Ignore factions that either don't need help or don't benefit the cause. Having thus preserved Eich's forces as much as possible, force them all to face the real threats.
- Reputation in the drains? Apparently being notorious is convenient too!

What’s interesting in all this is that the MC is actually an idealist, who wants to save the world and make it a better place. He just refuses to do it alone. He knows that the means he’s chosen are despicable, and he fully expects to be punished for it, this last point being something he's completely serious about.

In parallel, he 'sows seeds' for a better future:
- He releases the information he has about the future in steps.
- He sets up new systems of beliefs or new mechanisms that will either protect the weak, gradually erode the problematic Church of Light, or simply coerce third parties into fighting the just fight thanks to pure incentives.
- He accelerates technology/magic advances. Sometimes, this is by sharing the fruits of his own research. At other times, it's by setting up new bases of development: he uses the system to identify key researchers, points them in the right direction, gives additional ideas based on real-world technology trends, provides them unconditional resources (often knocked from ally countries), then lets them do their thing.
- He sets up all sorts of nations and alliances. The world is full of old foxes, some of whom oppose his plans, but also some who, once they are convinced that their interests are aligned, make even bigger contributions to the MC's plans than the MC himself.

The MC never copy/pastes knowledge from our world, instead everything is custom-made for Eich. The result is the foundations of a veritable series of social, technological and political revolutions, except once he’s painstakingly set up the foundations... he lets go.

The MC doesn’t want to become a hegemon himself, he wants his creations to grow on their own (only giving advice from time to time), even if he isn't sure whether the ‘seeds’ will grow, or how exactly they’d develop. However, this enables his systems to truly become independent forces, and for his subordinates/allies to truly mature as leaders, some even walking further than the MC on the paths the MC had set up. This is his answer to changing the flow of ‘history.’

Even with all this, there’s still more to the plot: the MC also goes on quests to further his own power, or has to participate personally in wars. His opponents are often quite cunning too: the MC’s many back-up plans often prove to be necessary when a whole string of troubles and opportunities pile in at the first signs of war. The story also often goes in-depth into the worldbuilding or the situation of individual characters. All this makes for a very diversified story that never becomes repetitive.

3. Daring, weird characters designs

That all sounds quite dark so far, right? It is, but the story is also quite hilarious. The author cheerfully deconstructs and reconstruct your usual fantasy stereotypes, leaving you laughing at the worldbuilding (holy knights are poor blokes who can't get a girlfriend because they're broke, magicians in their tower are basically geeky shut-ins, that powerful ancient undead dragon is still alive because he's an expert at shamelessly sucking up to whoever is most powerful at the moment), not to mention the characters themselves are so boldly weird themselves that you'll soon find your standards for what's acceptable falling lower and lower (when there's a 'Beifeng' standard, everything else seems so tame!) The MC laments at the fact that there are no normal people around him, blatantly ignoring the fact that he’s quite abnormal himself.

The story is cheerfully narrated through the POV of the MC, who is in constant comedic skits with the 'System' and later with his 'pet' Harloys. And there’s always something to whine about, since the MC happens to be a walking magnet for bad luck (broke/virg*n/huge bounty on his head) and weird people. The MC himself is full of antics, whether he’s laughing gleefully at the misery of others, conducting experiments with the enthusiasm of a mad scientist, shamelessly running away from opponents stronger than him (‘Shame? What’s that? Can you eat it?’) or diligently avoiding paperwork. His companions, in turn, feel a mix of respect and ‘want to beat him up’ towards him, and although he can’t lie, he’ll frequently mislead allies and opponents alike with half-truths.

But don’t get me wrong, even though the MC scams his companions, he is also extremely generous, and his allies always do end up profiting much more than they lose thanks to the enormous amount of work he puts in. Told through his POV, the story alternates between a mix of humor and epic, with you occasionally realizing what the heck it is you’re reading and mourning for your falling morale standards. After all, according to the MC, people who are insane don’t realize that they are insane, and the MC has very much become insane.

Now for the negative points:
- There are a few plot points which... developed differently from what I expected. In particular, it feels like Karwenz just pops up every several hundred chapters just to make things more difficult for the MC, which is frustrating to read (I’m quite satisfied with the conclusion though). There are a few other plot points like that: the conclusion is a rare non-rushed conclusion (for a Chinese novel) that ties up all the elements that need to be tied up, but there are a few points you wished you could see more of. Maybe they’ll get addressed in the sequel.
- There are a few points where I lacked confidence in the direction of the story. It did always pick back up however. Some readers have also noted the huge amount of info dump. There were a few moments where they did feel annoying to me, but that’s usually when they occur at particularly tense moments. Overall, I’ve found them entertaining, not to mention crucial to understanding the plot of the story. I like this a lot more than when authors gloss over something and expect us to accept it ‘just because.’
- The romance feels like it’s incomplete. Again, perhaps this will be addressed in the sequel, but if feels like there’s a lack of closure on the MC’s side.
- The story is not particularly ‘politically correct’ and makes fun of just about everything, which may make some readers uncomfortable. To such readers, I recommend taking a step back and noting that just about all the characters in the series are weirdoes, but that specifically in this story, such weirdness doesn’t matter (unless you’re at Beifeng level) : no matter what your personal preferences are, you can still be a high-ranking, respected and contributing member of society, not to mention kick ass.


Despite the weaknesses, the sheer scale of the characters, worldbuilding and plot that the story offers makes it one of the most incredible things I’ve read so far. Even though I had marathoned through 800+ chapters while setting aside most of the other stories I was reading, I, for one, jumped into the sequel right after.
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Aug 28, 2016
Status: c124
This story Is very fun. Starts off really silly and reads almost as a parody of many popular fantasy games and media, much of it western. After a few chapters though some serious plot gets introduced and now I'm hooked. Surprisingly, the world itself is heavily based on Dungeons & Dragons with some Planetscape, WoW, gamer, and other media thrown in. Some of the terminology is translated odd but you quickly realize that most of it is supposed to be D&D classes, gods, and such. (Edit: TL in recent chapter... more>> acknowledged mistranslated names/terms and will fix at a later date). I think this adds a fresh feel. The fantasy system in most WN/LN tend to all be variations of the same generic fantasy tropes. Another refreshing change is the MC himself. Rather than start from the beginning, a young boy starts a journey, we start with a veteran who had already accomplished much and experienced love, betrayal, revenge, and sacrifice. He is an old man with a youthful energy and a rich history. He has lost and given up much but is still driven and spirited. He is an experienced soul playing on a much grander scale than just heroics, he is playing to change the world. And all through this are silly jokes, media references (Tom Riddle among them), and funny banter. I think the potential for the story is high. It is really unique.

Main character starts off ridiculous and silly but then slowly bits of history and other darker traits are revealed. As the story progresses the MC cleverness becomes increasingly apparent. The author never info dumps character tidbits but shows it through dialogue and action making things more believable and enjoyable to read. It helps that there are no filler chapters or blatant word padding to detract from the story. The translation quality is good but in need of an editor. No engrish, or awful sentence structure but fair amount of grammatical errors, overly literal translations, and some unclear structure. Nothing bad and easily fixed with a good proof read. Overall, it's very readable and not that distracting.

EDIT: New chapters have been edited and the quality has really improved. I find myself liking this story more and more. The scale and epicness of the plot just keeps increasing. The author does a wonderful job making it feel appropriately daunting and providing motivation for the MC to keep going. It feels like a high fantasy novel rather than a shallow (but fun) xianxthia. <<less
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Jul 16, 2018
Status: c249

This is a very deceptive and weird novel, but let me try to sum up the premise: The protagonist, Roland, is a lich in an underground city-state. He was a reincarnator from modern earth with a system that issued him heroic quests for great rewards, but because of betrayals he lost his country, which led him into a nihilistic spiral that had him end up where he is at the beginning of the story: a weakened undead caster surrounded by crazy characters and even his system became a snarky ass that revels in his suffering. However, once the plot kicks in, it turns out this is but a small setback on his grand plan to reincarnate once again and fix the world before it starts its descent towards destruction via an apocalyptic war between the forces of Order and Chaos.

Now, what I wrote there is mildly spoilerous, but I had to say it because the actual story has an absolutely horrible pacing, and so I have to reassure you that yes, there is an actual plot here. Hell, it is actually one of the best written, most detailed and well-thought-out plots I have read outside of some western doorstopper fantasy classics. The characters are all interesting, the protagonist's plans are truly ingenious and make sense in context, the action is nail-biting and the world-building is positively suberb. So, why am I only giving it 3 stars?

Well, first off, the comedy is god awful. It is the worst kind of screeching, low-brow otaku humor you would see in some bottom-of-the-barrel isekai stories that fail to take themselves seriously in any way. However, what makes these parts truly inexcusable is just how much they wreck the pacing and the tone of the story. We have truly powerfully written moments, like Roland invoking The Infallible Diffindor for the first time, or him returning to his ruined country hundreds of years after his first death and the people cheering for the heroes that are his undead companions, or hell, even just a simple chapter that does nothing but quietly explains the tragic backstory of the batsh*t crazy witch Amelia and suddenly turns her from an annoying one-note extra to an actually interesting potential love interest... and then these amazing well-written chapters are often followed by the town security chasing down a bunch of naked druids, or Roland getting verbally and physically abused by his love interests, or a omnis*xual half-dragon f*cking a sand-worm from Dune, or a bunch of horndog characters trying to gather p*rno magazines, and so on and so forth. Most egregious are the chapters that are dedicated to the female characters casually abusing Roland to the point of cold-blooded torture, but more often than not it is entirely played off as funny, a double-standard in comedy that really needs to die.

So yeah, is this story good? Well, half of it is bloody genius, while the other half is some of the most grating low-brow crap I have read in a while. Add those together, and it kinda adds up to "okay". Overall I recommend reading it just for those truly breathtaking moments, and skimming all the bad comedy parts.

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Aug 13, 2016
Status: c50
Quite an interesting book which is quite humorous. It is a book with little plot holes and the content is well-developed. Also, while the MC may not be the strongest character from the start, but then he is quite a schemer which makes him often ahead of things and well-prepared.
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Oct 23, 2016
Status: c70
Warning upfront: if you're the type of reader who NEEDS to know about everything that's happening, to have the omniscient perspective of narration to know everything before any of the characters, you will not like this. This story is very much about an exploration of the backstory of the characters and world that the story takes place in. The plot is expansive and set at a slow brew; it will take a while for it to reveal itself to you. There is frequent, sporadic chunks of exposition because the story... more>> needs it for the plot to grow into its own the way it has.

Every chapter of this story is worth reading.

There's a twist or new idea in every chapter.

Great comedy, even if sometimes it's only slapstick.

Great characters and great world.

Good use of cliches and running gags (not overly milked).

Western fantasy setting with mixes of Japanese RPG.

I definitely recommend this story to both veteran and introductory readers of the types of stories found on NU. In fact, this story can really serve as an introduction to the type of novels found on NU if sold on Amazon or other online publishers. <<less
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Guradu Gilgida
Guradu Gilgi
Aug 25, 2016
Status: c32
The way how the MC put his everything to pranks is simply wonderful. The comedy is simply brilliant, in addition the quirky (read:crazy) characters are lovable. But behind all those happy stuff the MC also actually bears great burdens. This story tells us about a person in a very negative conditions facing his tribulations with very positive attitudes.

The system is a troll! The characters are crazy! The comedy is GOLD!
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Aug 01, 2017
Status: c452

... more>>

an explosives maniac, a lesbian vampire princess, a sociopathe/hysteric mad-scientist, two goblins who crated the "safest" brand of alchemical products, GUNDAM, an exhibitionist pope and druid cult, a furry loving dracon, a love triangle/square/pentagon..., a completely "serious" MC godhood, an emperor who married his uncle, epic battle of plants vs zombies, a clothes devouring slime calamity, a singing dragon literally killing her audience, a duo of gender bender elves who are the most beautiful woman the world as ever seen, pandemonium, craziness, and a touch of epicness ?

Then this novel is for you.


The first ~75 chapters are a bit chaotic in narration but it improves and when you're laughing your ass off it doesn't really matter does it ?

Don't judge the initial setting because the story is initially slow.

Boy, that escalated quickly. I mean, that really got out of hand fast! <<less
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Sep 12, 2016
Status: c58
Translation flow: 4.8/5
Readable: 5/5
Story flow: 5/5 solid
Plot: 5/5 cunning plot

Simple word, "great".
You have cunning, twisted, clever, slippery, pranksters and good MC.
You got mad, unfair, pranksters and sore loser world systems which torturing MC almost all the time.
You got Plot inside Plot inside Plot as you read the story


MC is reincarnated and now is the 4th times. But even he tried the best in his past life, all ended with him being killed and the world destroyed while facing armageddon.
In this 4th life. He became realist and apathetic while inside he is still struggling against the world system that toying him all the way during his plan to save the world and avoiding his death future.

To put it simple "world system toying MC, MC toying others to avoid bad circumstances on MC lives and goals, the world system disagree and play it's card againts MC while MC desperately trying to slip off the system.


Read up to chapter 65. This is when romance story goes really wrong. It's bitter sweet story with a lot of laughter.

Up to chapter 65. MC really struggling. While putting his funniest faces, he is wreck inside. He is aiming to change the whole world system, but to change it lots and lots of thing he owned he must sacrificed (include the possibility of his future). If you are asking why he push himself to do it? Well the answer if he didn't do it, he must face repetitive despair in his circle of reincarnation (not to mention repetition of world destruction). It's a vicious cycle.


Confuse? Well its the most funniest and clever novel I ever read. Really recommend.
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Jun 01, 2017
Status: c26
Not my cup of tea.

It gets confusing as it randomly jumps from from different points of time, talking about something not related to the current events/backstories.. Especially at really random points in the story. Basically, it doesn't flow well.

It tries to be funny and smart but it just makes it seem desperate.

... more>> One scene/chapter will not necessarily connect and you feel the disjointedness of it.

Like its title, it comes off as more of some random ramblings of a personal log/diary which could go off tangent at any given point.

On the up side, it is unique and refreshing if you can plow through <<less
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Nov 29, 2016
Status: c170
If I had to describe the story in four words, it'd be "UNCLE BONES WILD RIDE".

Action: B
Character: C
Detail: B-
Humor: A
Story: B+ (surprising!)
Translation: C

This story is really like a roller coaster. Sure, its content is mostly cheap thrills, but they keep coming and flow into each other very naturally. In some places you're given a chance to glimpse the same scenery from a different angle, which changes how you view things. Then the track suddenly darts in a direction you didn't expect, and you discover an entirely new section laid out before you.

The MC really is his own worst enemy. But it's funny, because it always *looks* like the right thing to do at the time, and he never fails in the exact same way twice. The end result is a lot of absurd situations with 'perfectly reasonable' explanations, plus a sprinkling of schadenfreude.

Astonishingly, this series actually has a good amount of plot behind it. You can't even tell until you're several dozen chapters in. It's slowly filled in, just a little bit at a time, shaping into something that would be worthy of an epic, if it wasn't so rediculous!

The greatest weakness is the quality of translation, but thankfully it improves with time.

Edit: Unfortunately, after the original translator had to pass on the project to another, the translation quality has plummeted again.
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Aug 23, 2016
Status: c31
To be honest this series put a smile on my face, MC is OP, ruthless but you know he is also cunning, sly, and fair (well non-standard fair). He lies while telling truths, he tortures and commits inhumane acts and he is probably the most law abiding person you will encounter. Yet out of all these things destroying armies, managing an undead theme park, being a judge, jury and executioner, and even being a former last boss he is someone that makes me smile. That is all that matters though... more>> I think one or two chapters is hard to understand due to information overload. Still I prefer it to the standard cultivator wuxia or the like give this a go but also give it about 10 chapters before stopping if you think this isn't your cup of tea or you start and it isn't doing it for you, a complete picture forms around then.

The main issue with this series despite there being only 31 chapters out is that most of the other characters haven't been developed beyond giving a few a backstory and setting, the interactions between characters are entertaining but it hasn't reached a masterpiece level, but the world building, main character are on the right track. There are few series that do reach this level but I'm hoping in the later chapters it achieves this. <<less
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Feb 03, 2017
Status: c127
Introduction: The story starts off very well about how a transmigrator in a supposed evil Lich body trying his best to avoid the evil quest line because of rationale and logical thinking - You will incur an entire squad of Paladin chasing you down. It is done very well, and includes references from several other medias such as Chinese wuxia dramas, and Japanese Manga.

Story: The story is really well thought. You can clearly see the amount of effort put into the world building, and the settings of every character. It... more>> clearly describes how the MC tries to progress to his goal, while keeping repercussions and several others factors in mind. You won't really see the MC suddenly losing track of his original goal and start going into filler chapters. Each chapter is done with a clear motive.

Characters: Beifong, 10/10. The side characters are written very well and are not left out as your usual 1-dimensional NPCs. They all play a role and leave a lasting memory.

Pacing: Done pretty well. The length of each battle are kept within reasonable length. You can imagine the battle clearly.

Addiction: Yeah well I pretty much refresh this page like once every few minute to check for update. <<less
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Feb 19, 2017
Status: c50
I only read 50 chapters so my view may be biased. But in my opinion if the story (characters, world development) Is good but when you read it and it is boring then there is not much point to it. I've seen reviews saying stuff that doesn't really matter but never mentioning that the story is boring and at times the story switches to stuff that doesn't really matter.

I give it something between 2.5 and 3 because it is not mindless and there is something good in it but... more>> nothing more because it is so BORING that you really have to force yourself to continue... <<less
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Aug 28, 2016
Status: c37
Good story, poorly translated, goes off topic and turns into a standard action series after about five chapters.

First of all, I love the crazy lich idea. My favorite part is when he's experimenting on people. Given that, it was to my immense disappointment that he only really experiments on anyone once and the whole story starts changing gears into a more standard action series after a few chapters.

The translation is utterly terrible. There are points where a paragraph is repeated. There are a multitude of times where the... more>> translation makes no sense given the context.

I don't know if it's the translators fault or the original authors, but the POV changes are schizophrenic and disorienting. There is basically no real indication on when we change POVs. Sometimes there are, but it's far more common for them to go completely unlabeled.

I would still recommend the series, only because I believe most people can just ignore the flaws. And dumping the most interesting part of a series is unfortunately common in light novels.... <<less
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Sep 27, 2017
Status: c150
Not the typical combat novel you'd expect when you see Crazy Lich in the title. But then again he's not your typical MC. Sure he's brilliant and technically evil, but he's funny too and enjoys the small things in life. Add in a power system laced with sarcasm, some truly well developed characters, a thoroughly designed world, some political intrigue and you got the makings of a great story.

If you just want to see an evil lich throwing armies of undead minions at it's enemies, this is the wrong novel... more>> for you. This story is not a continuous reiteration of stereotypical fight scenes. No, there is actual development and sometimes you even have to think and reflect to make sense of it all. <<less
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Dec 10, 2016
Status: c99
In the story there's comedy the tragedy the battle and hype the scheming and others. It's a slow paced story with a lot of twist. There's A lot of crazy characters that will make you laugh. One of the best story I have ever read.
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Aug 26, 2016
Status: c33
The story is brilliant. The main character is a cunning and wise person who keeps his enemies and allies off kilter by being mad half the time. I eagerly read every chapter as he starts to challenge the world.
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Jul 15, 2016
Status: c1
At First when I started reading I thought It was gonna Be one of those annoying MC who is very reluctant to act because of some morals and shit. But man was I wrong Funny as Hell Worthy of 5 stars, Quite refreshing and Original, I would highly recommend this Novel, only downside is it's quite slow on translation, but nevertheless I love it.
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Mar 12, 2021
Status: c837
It’s pretty funny overall, the main problem is that the author seems to need to meet a word count and goes with fluff instead of content to reach it. Some repetitive phrasing and repeating info / obvious padding definitely starts to take away from the enjoyment by the end. If you can get past that though, it’s probably worth a read
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Oct 23, 2016
Status: c70
I normally avoid reviewing a series until I'm past the 100th chapter, as a lot of series that seems good goes tepid later on. I'm making an exception for this one because regardless of whatever else happens, up til the 70th chapter this series has been unique in how it mixes humour, fantasy / D&D elements and tragedy in its storyline. Even if it does go down south from here it would have still been a worthwhile read.
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