The Good for Nothing Seventh Young Lady


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She was the godly thief of the 24th century, yet she was reincarnated as a good-for-nothing idiot with no parents. Not only that, she had to bend her will according to her relatives’ mood. Idiot? Tr*sh? Very well, sooner or later, she will show these group of silly earthlings what it means to be too late for regrets!

Battle-qi? Magic? Her talent in both magic and martial arts will mortify every genius in existence. The position of the clan chief? The mythological Vermilion Bird? Want them? So sorry~ She already took them!

But who will tell her, that the cute boy who gets carsick easily was really the mythological Vermilion Bird? Then, what about the elder that’s residing in her body, just which deity does that mysterious soul belong to? Furthermore……

Why was it that other people’s companions were those kinds of domineering, and incomparably mighty type? Why was it the ones around her were either an evil merchant or a sly fox, a useless nerd or a playboy, the worst is this sick pretty boy! What happened to rule the world, and standing above all else? Please don’t joke with me!

Associated Names
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The Good-for-Nothing Seventh Miss
Tuyệt Thế Thần Trộm: Phế Vật Thất Tiểu Thư
Related Series
Genius Doctor: Black Belly Miss (Sequel)
Genius Doctor: Black Belly Miss (12)
Unprecedented Pill Refiner: Entitled Ninth Young Lady (8)
Major General Spoils his Soul-guiding Wife (7)
Unscrupulous Enchantress: The Eldest Young Miss has Arrived! (7)
Evil Emperor’s Wild Consort (6)
The Demonic King Chases His Wife: The Rebellious Good-for-Nothing Miss (6)
Recommendation Lists
  1. God of Transmigration/Reincarnation
  2. Transmigration: Weak to stronger characters
  3. Magical Space
  4. Cultivation with a Female MC
  5. Dynasty Stories

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MondoX rated it
March 29, 2017
Status: c79
After reading 70 chapters, I realized not much happened. The story does not progress by much, and the MC develops only a little, and no others characters are developed.

The mc's previous owner's body was a 14 year-old girl that had a mental disability, which had a mind of a 4 year-old. The grandfather and rest of the clans neglects her, some harshly bully her, and a couple of them send the previous owner's body towards her death. So, most of the clan was technically abusing a 4 year-old girl. I... more>> was waiting for revenge, but after 70 chapters nothing happened. I somehow tried to continue, but I dropped it after the grandfather and mc's relationship development after she "miraculously" stopped being an idiot. I am sure some are able to guess, but I will mention it:

The grandfather neglected his granddaughter because he was protecting her from potential enemies withing the clan. It makes no sense! His real granddaughter suffered abuse for 14 years, and then was sent to her death. The poor girl suffered a faith worse than death for 14 years, and he was protecting her? Now that his "granddaughter" is no longer an idiot, he has no problems protecting her publicly. What a joke.

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solyndia rated it
June 19, 2016
Status: c16
Reviewed at ch.16 (translated) and ch.1870 (raws).

The story follows a pretty standard xianxia formula with the MC working toward becoming OP, while facing incrementally stronger opponents. Although that might make it sound boring, I personally find it pretty well-executed (even with the gaps in understanding from reading the raws with google translate). It can be slow and there are parts where it feels like it drags, but the story always picks up again and rewards me for sticking with it. The author does a good job of dropping hints and... more>> pieces of plot here and there, then tying them together later. The MC is strong, likable, and clever, and watching her steal stuff is always hilarious. She can be hot-blooded, but she knows when to bide her time if necessary. She can also be ruthless, but that's only because people mess with her (or her friends) first, as is usual in these kinds of stories. Overall, it's a pretty fun read if you like these kinds of novels.

I also wanted to note that there is romance in this. It just takes a very, very long time to really show up.


I wasn't even sure who the male lead was or if the author even intended to go there for the longest time. Someone who's more astute than me (or not using google translate) might catch it sooner. There was a small hint in the school arc, but I wasn't sure, since some authors like to ship tease. It wasn't until the late 800s, during the forced training trip, that the male lead became in-your-face obvious/established to me, but there were definitely some hints before this. It isn't as if there was any other likely male lead (except maaybe one, but they're too good as friends, I guess)... After this, there are some small developments now and then. Of course, it isn't for another few hundred chapters that he really starts making moves on her, but when he does, the romance speeds way up (relatively). It's pretty hilarious to read, since the MC has no immunity to romance related things. Once they get together, their lovey-dovey moments are so sweet, they give me cavities.

Keep in mind that the MC was physically 13 years old at the beginning of the story, and where I am now, she's like 15-16 years old, so it's not like the romance could/should have moved that quickly at the beginning anyways. She may already be an adult inside, but it's not as if anyone else knows that little fact.

As a side note, even though this story is relatively light-hearted, there is definitely a sinister vibe, too, since there are mad-scientist type body-experimenters running around scheming in the background who want to get their hands on the MC. Also, if anyone is worried she'll be stuck at school forever, she won't be, though she will be there quite a while; besides, she needed the leveling up and friend-making. It's interesting to note that even though she ends up gathering a bunch of strong, pretty boys around her, for some reason, it doesn't feel like a harem to me; maybe because it's obvious that they're all just good friends/family?

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Leilaila rated it
August 18, 2016
Status: c80
Chapters are short, but it is not a big disadvantage. The story is captivating, MC is clever and sly, and, for once, MC is a female in a xianxia world!

PS. Face slapping is ALWAYS great!
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kisa-chan rated it
October 26, 2017
Status: c1145
I really LOVE this novel....

I'm into slow romance

... more>>

if at around chapter 1000 and MC just still finds ML to be so handsome she'd be a poet and start praising him isn't slow enough for you... WELL


and city/kingdom-building.. She builds up her power and her city but she's not really perfect and sometimes something goes wrong.

I also love that


she has true friends. Male friends at that. Let's face it, I'm a girl and even I don't like girl friends much, they're too... fussy?? (I think just a few are enough for me)

Anyway, it's great to read that they're not after her and just truly looks out for her. AND NO GIRLS ARE AFTER ML bc duh, his soul is inside MC. How can they ever go after him.


The chapters are short more like cut up into parts by author but oh well it doesn't rly matter, and there would be cliffhangers and the build-up is just slow but when you get to the main part BAM, YOU FEEL IT PUMPING THE BLOOD OUT OF YOU and I think it's a nice pacing. The translator also releases 2-3 chapters daily so you could read it immediately or stack it up a few days so you don't experience the cliffhanger too much

or else you'd be like me, braving the raws with MTL with force LOL

She's a smart girl so, SCHEMING AT IT'S FINEST if I would say so. But she also realizes that she's s*upid from time to time. It's funny, it's like a one-man show for her. Well, they're all funny except for master ML.

My favorites here are the 5 animals tho and their whole interaction with MC as friends in their group. And also how her people worship and cherish her and try to repay her, only to be given more things by MC. Well basically all the bonds she'd forged with the others.

I'm still enjoying MTLing the raws at 1145+.... I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS NOVEL TOO <<less
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hawlol rated it
August 3, 2018
Status: c100
It's very hard to keep your interest in this novel. Mainly because how it's structured. Kinda like this:

    • 60% internal monologues from the characters in the scene
    • 30% meaningless exposition
    • 10% story
The pacing is too damn slow, the scenes get cut all the time with the random content, chapters are really short. Fillers and more fillers for word count purposes.

A simple meeting in the begining took about 11 chapters, for example.

In comparison, things that would be interesting, like the stealing, are done in one paragraph with just a quote "The little thief went into house X, and stole things Y, Z, W." and that's it.

But if the little annoying cousin got angry and jealous for the thousandth time, we'll read it in a rant of 3 or more paragraphs in between a dialog... yet again.

MC did something amazing? Why don't we spend 3 chapters with only the internal thoughs of side characters calling her an idiot and being in awe of the situation? (this actually happened)

I like the MC, though. She's not keen on killing everyone and she's smart to bid her time and lay low. That's why I lasted for so long, but damn, it's so hard to keep reading. I caught myself just skipping several paragraphs all the time and finishing a chapter in less than a few minutes, but then I missed some important info amidst all the garbage, got lost and had to go back.

I cannot understand these high ratings at all. Be warned.
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Narutolvr rated it
December 22, 2016
Status: c100
Hmm... It's awful? Rather, the first 30-40 chapters were absolutely painful to read. The writing was bad (story details would be set up in repetitive chunks through the several chapters), and the translation was bad. But it gets better as you continue. The writing becomes a bit more fluid and you come across fewer of the TL's made up words like 'prudentness' and 'criticizings'. And the story seems to be getting more interesting now that she's in school and all so I'm curious to see where things go.

So if the... more>> first several dozen chapters annoy you, feel free to push through. Just be warned that, even after improvement, it's a barely mediocre story. Probably a better use of your time to read Genius Doctor, poisoning the world, or some other xianxia novel with a female MC. If you're rather bored and just want something of the genre to occupy your time, then pick this. <<less
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ludagad rated it
July 11, 2016
Status: c380
This review is based on my reading a bit further in the raws.

The chapters are short, I'd rather call them parts rather than chapters. The action also takes a while to build up. However, it's worth reading on. The story gets progressively more interesting, especially when the MC starts going to school. It's non-stop adventure, competitions and power ups. And also making powerful allies.

300+ chapters in, and there's no romance or crushing on the boys, which I can appreciate. I have no doubt there will be mushy stuff at some... more>> point, but I like that it takes its time. The story is really more adventure oriented. <<less
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eryafii rated it
February 3, 2017
Status: c109
If you are looking for stories with interesting characters, you have to read this. It's always entertaining to read about characters who is always up for mischief.

At first, I didn't like the story. I thought it's a story where every blessing in the world just drop from the sky. But it's not. I'm really glad that it's not a story about a frustratingly lucky bastard.

For me, the story gets increasingly exciting. I hope it will update more often.
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alexfilia rated it
August 10, 2017
Status: c123
I like this novel more than genious doctor of the same author

the MC is funny, capable and wants to be an observer but she always get pulled into action

her team of friends are even ore op and ridicoulus

Its super funny and deffinetly worth the read!
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XiaoAn rated it
February 21, 2018
Status: Completed
This is totally worth it to read all the way through. It might seems kind of worldly, but keep in mind that this story has been hinting on an epic god level battle since the beginning.

She was cultivating for only three years before the Demon Lord announced that he's coming the attack the world again in three years and there won't be a God Race to fight him this time around. So the MC has only that amount of time to gather all the race to fight against him and his army while cultivating still and unlocking the 8 bloodlines of the 8 races. Also each race has their own in politics and culture and cultivating techniques. So of course it's weirdly but the characters and plot are all well written.

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08phamann rated it
November 18, 2019
Status: c2030
In the beginning, this story was still passable. It was slightly above the typical godly-whatever-transmigrates-into-a-waste-and-becomes-mega-OP story. But as with these typical stories, MC levels up at an ungodly rate, and despite this seemingly impossible cultivation rate, other people are only mildly surprised when the find out. And when they have beaten up all the badies at their level, soon they have to leave school to look for higher level bad guys to beat up. And soon they leave the city and then then leave for another continent and then eventually... more>> leave the world, all the way looking for people to fight/recruit/face slap. Also, it annoys me that the levels of beasts are changing all the time. Like in the beginning, thousands of mercenaries couldn't even put up any sort of fight against the phoenix. But then chapters later, we have 2 phoenixes + 6 other same level beasts, and a regular army is enough to fight them head on? My math's isn't that good, but that just doesn't make sense.

Also, I don't understand why a modern woman who was supposedly in some secret organisation, is such a... hm how do I say this?... why is she such a virgin? She blushed when thinking about holding hands with ML? And she becomes super flustered and embarrassed when ML catches her and accidentally touches her b**bs? And she cries inside when she learns that ML used the same chopsticks that she used. It was, as MC calls it, the "legendary indirect kiss." Girl calm the fck down, everyone at one stage has indirectly kissed someone else, especially as a baby cause they put whatever they can hold in their mouths. If you blush and get hot and bothered by an indirect kiss, you'll probably die when you actually do a real kiss. Lame. MC's level of cool and badass dropped dramatically as the story continued, especially when the abrupt start of her relationship with ML. No seriously that relationship came out of nowhere. I saw it coming a mile away, but still one day ML was like, I have feelings for her she will be my wife. ??? WHat? <<less
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Aria rated it
December 7, 2017
Status: c253
MC's rather naive&not too bright in areas other than culivation, good thing she is playing in super easy mode where everything she needs is delivered on silver plater

If you ignore the above, it's decent

I would give it 3.5 but can't so... 4 that is

Even with turning off my brain, I can still feel this story killing my IQ
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dysry rated it
April 18, 2016
Status: --
Reviewed at ch13 (translated) and ch300 (raws) : This story pretty much starts out as what DKC would’ve been without an overbearing male lead but soon switches to wuxia, with elements from BTTH. A skilled female lead reincarnates in the body of a mentally ret*rded child, and continues to pretend in order to accumulate power, before forming alliances and branching out into the new world. Unlike DKC there isn’t a strong male lead to hold her hand throughout the series, while the atmosphere is less suffocating as she gains more... more>> advantages (becomes OP at everything). Her thief skills also allows her more flexibility, while her mute personal initially lets her avoid direct confrontations (though she is reckless) until she can fight back. Overall it’s a fairly decent story, and rather than a female-revenge story, it's more of a female remake of standard wuxia series coupled with a more calculating and restrained female lead. It’s a little slow but not a bad read if you like these types of series, or if you’re just starting out and want to try something lighter, as DKC, CWF etc, end up quite gruesome, while BTTH, ATG etc end up being male ego trips.

If you do continue it though, once she goes to school, there's very little action and just a lot of leveling up and various people in awe of her OPness

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Konwalia rated it
November 30, 2019
Status: c1581
I don't want to re-paste all the stuff that hawlol wrote in his review but they are on point.

EDIT: to sum everything up: this story seems to be aimed at really young girls so judging it from another standpoint is a bit unfair (still, I won't delete my grading and impressions stated below)

But let's go back to my personal impressions.

    • the MC is likeable, which is a plus
    • pets and companions have a potential to be funny (but the author fails to skillfully exploit this potential)
    • this story isn't about cultivation, levels supposedly change but they don't seem to have any practical meaning for the greater part of the novel (except that you need to be a summoner to summon/unsummon stuff), e.g. there is a lot about warlocks being amazing as starting from some level it becomes crazy difficult to detect them - stuff like this gets forgotten unless the author specifically needs something for the plot
    • chapters are crazy short and it's painful to keep switching them; sometimes the same stuff gets re-stated for the half of the next chapter; many chapters (at Foxteller, at least) are followed by a spammy banter with gifs and/or some supposedly funny dialogues - they are sometimes longer than the chapter itself.
    • combat, thievery, whatever interesting stuff you might come up with - it usually gets shortened to a sentence or two...
    • ... and at the same time, reactions and internal thoughts of everyone around can take up to a few chapters
    • in early chapter MC needs a help of someone capable to deal with guarding formations in order to steal something; and so far that's the only thing that ever stopped her from stealing stuff
    • and while we are talking about combat, let's just say it's not thought over and often doesn't make much sense
    • in the early chapters we can see a huge crowd of guys frozen by a single spell of not-much-stronger guy; later we can see really strong characters either sweeping crowds or struggling to kill weak monsters one by one, depending on a whim of the author
    • some (even strong) opponents decide to suddenly follow and fully trust the MC and it can happen in really unreasonable ways
    • most of the 'intelligent' tricks MC came up with work only because the author decided they are going to work; noone is capable of using their brains apart from the MC
    • story is about a thief yet looting is suspiciously absent from the novel; picking storage rings? not with this MC
    • MC keeps crucial information to herself (it delays some simple things by up to a few hundreds chapters)
    • MC was supposedly a long-time member of a thief guild but her way of handling males is at the level of primary school girl...
    • ... which leads us to the crucial point... this story seems to be aimed at young female readers - so expect stuff catering to young girls
    • and it causes a lot of 'boyish' stuff to be omitted.
    • plot lacks coherence and consequence: [a little bit spoilerish here] 1. MC struggled to get a material for her bow for quite some many chapters. I was expecting there is something amazing about the upgrade, or that there is going to be a great description, or a story afterwards.... but nah; 2. elven domain was supposedly speeding up a growth of MC's pets (in the end, nothing really happens in this department)
    • at the same time the author decides to remind from time to time (at relatively random moments) how ruthless MC can be (ripping arms or plowing through her opponents)
    • every strong being in the universe seems to be somehow related to the MC, the plot is really build around just this one single character (to the point it becomes really boring)
In the end, while the setting is ok and MC is likeable, everything seems shallow, lacks tension, filled with filler dialogues and internal monologues, and is covered in plot armor.
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arashi-chan12 rated it
November 25, 2017
Status: c325
While I don't hate the story, the writing is kinda... Well, there's a lot of superfluous word cramming in there to up the count. The chapters are also really short, and the pacing is really long (not in a good way), and the villains leave a lot to be desired right now...

IMO, it's not a novel you can enjoy while waiting for a new tidbit a day. You have to REEEEEEEEAAAALLYYYYYY stock up and read in one go to get the best reading experience.

It's not a bad time waster, just... more>> that once you catch up, it'll get a little torturous. Especially since the author likes to end each chapter with mini-cliffhangers, so yeah, stock up. <<less
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joellyanne rated it
May 17, 2016
Status: c28
I find this fun to read. I like the MC a lot on how she uses her past life to adapt to her new living environment and how she's having fun with her life right now. It has all the ingredients I like in a story: comedy, action, fantasy etc. I wished that one day it will be have the same translation speed as DKC - two to three chapters released every day then I am sure it will become as popular or even more.
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VeraH rated it
November 13, 2018
Status: Completed
I've read this book two years ago, and I still keep rereading it.

This book is a great read for anyone who enjoys a bit of everything: OP-ish characters, comedic friends, fluff romance, serious fighting, ... more>>

broken shoulders,

and some of that heroic save-the-world stuff--but don't get the MC wrong, she's not saving the world because it's heroic. For more spoilers, read the book yourself.

6/5 recommended!

P.S. For those people who said that the story is slow, please, the chapters are not even remotely long. Don't judge a 2.7K+ chapters book just after you've read 60 chapters. <<less
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FattyTabby rated it
January 13, 2018
Status: c334
What about this story that made my eye roll?


The recycle plot.

... more>> Although the chapter itself is short but the pattern is... repeating.

Misfortune and disaster came to the MC over and over again. Its as if she could never catch a break but... in the most ridiculous unexpected way she would prevail and win in the end. Wohoo~~ isn't that fun? You can just read a novel where the MC flick her fingers and made the antagonist cripple?




After a few cycles, the suspense is gone, the thrill vanished and the desire to continue reading this plummet as I know, "Oh, what kind of leeway is she getting this time?'

Its nonsense. I hate MC for her OP-ness and her I-am-the-best-and-got-all-the-good-stuff-although-I-did-nothing-to-earn-them. <<less
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TwoWhiteShirts rated it
July 24, 2016
Status: c62
The author is amazing.

The MC is little girl who is robbed of her family, her real powers, her everything and shoved to the side like a piece of tr*sh. But the mind that enters this body of hers doesn't give up on her, she's decisive, cunning, and unwilling to allow anyone to treat her badly even if she has to do everything while pretending to be s*upid. It's so exciting to watch her grow, trample all her enemies without them knowing, and impressing all those who have the fortune of... more>> meeting her. I love it! <<less
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sleepingjay rated it
April 1, 2018
Status: c603
Review up to ch95:

Honestly, I actually like the characters so far, and the story's not too bad. Cliche, but entertaining enough to pass the time. MC has the slightly apathetic and mischievous perspective of an unscrupulous thief, which is fun too. But I'm downgrading it to 3 stars, because... the author writes too many brainless things. Author uses different cliches and/or interesting ideas, but mashes them together without actually pausing and thinking, "Does this make sense?"

... more>>

e.g, the MC has to and wants to maintain a low profile in the academy. Hence she passes herself as a commoner. Except... then the author states that this section of the academy is one only the rich can pay for. And then focuses on how the MC steals off of these rich kids, lololol!

Meanwhile, this reader just want to say... author, aren't you focusing on the wrong thing here. Exactly how is this "commoner" low profile among these rich kids?! Has this "godly thief" MC ever heard of casing the situation/venue?? Where are her analytical skills?? For that matter, where are the author's analytical skills??


There are several more instances where the author writes down cliche A and cliche B, without realising there's a big ass plothole in the middle of A and B. If you can grin through these facepalm moments, go on forth and read the story.

Besides that, the story's pretty entertaining. I like the MC so far, when she isn't being shoved into dumbassery by the cliches. None of the side characters has displayed much personality, but the supporting MLs show some potential. Slow story development though, but that's pretty typical of this trope. As of where I'm reading the story still hasn't branched off the typical trope, so potential readers you can skim at least up to ch95 without missing much.

Honestly, at this point I don't have much to say about the actual characters/story because... there's not much. It's the typical plot of this trope. Will update when I've read up to where the story actually shows uniqueness.

Update as of ch350:

The story does get more interesting when MC enters to the academy. The dynamic between MC and her friends is fun to read, and their friendship isn't instantaneous, so props for that. It took a while for them to gain actual trust for one another. Their camaraderie is cute.

Beyond that though, the author... continues to be disappointing. It's very clear by now that the MC is completely, brokenly OP. I do enjoy OP characters, but the MC progresses so fast and so ridiculously that it's boring.


e.g. MC despite never being interested in nor having experience in pharmacy and is only in the freshmen classes was able to defeat a Master Pharmacist. Granted it was in a task that she already has prior knowledge and practice of, but it's just... boring. also, if it was that easy to gain knowledge I as a college student really want to slap this broken MC. talent only goes so far, time is also a necessity. MC is "too talented" in basically everything and because of Plot Armour, no matter what she does, even if she makes mistakes they would turn out okay in the end! Comparing to Genius Doctor Black Belly Miss, Jun Wu Xie's progress and genius would be considered tame. In addition, the MC has never faced any serious setbacks or repercussions due to her actions. Even when she's found out as a thief/offends an authority, it turns out alright. Most of the time because of luck. AKA plot armour. That's how broken this MC is.


speaking of which, the author's "villains" are all copypaste face slap cannon fodder. their reactions are exactly the same every time, and the outcome also the same. I love face slapping, but when every time the points ridiculed by the cannon fodder are the same i.e. "he's too lowkey, too ugly, too plain to be anything but worthless!!!" then I just want to beg the author to find some creativity, please. at this point I think the author is just lazy.

good points about this story, uh... the non-fodder characters are cute/entertaining? and the world has a pretty good setup. especially the cultivation, it'ss rather cool with the classes and all. I dont usually see game/western fantasy mechanics transferred over to xianxia.

update as of ch495:

she's... so... dumb.... author.... can you please stop making your MC so dumb/ignorant/careless while passing her as a genius..... sobs sometimes you can see a hint of savviness in the MC, but then it gets buried under an avalanche of cliches....

author, you did okay with GD:BMM, why can't you put at least half the effort from that novel into this novel....


i just realised I forgot to comment on the romance. because, uh, what romance? we barely get glimpses of the ML lol. at least MC and ML has a good rapport and trust, though the depth of that trust requires some suspension of disbelief. seems like romance isn't going to come until around ch1000, from what others have said. but in the meantime, some other supporting MLs are cool/cute enough to satisfy.

update as of ch603:

....I can't believe I made it to the latest update.

So. Final judgement: MC is brokenly OP with lvl9999 Plot Armour, author tries to pass her off as a peerless genius but in reality due to cliches she's 50/50 s*upid/smart. it's a pity that the author is so lazy with the writing this time, because otherwise the world setup and characters have a lot of potential. a good enough read if one wants to pass the time and likes this trope, as long as you can glaze over the moments of s*upidity. <<less
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