Tribulation of Myriad Races

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Su Yu grew up in a single-parent family with his father. He lived a relatively simple life and was not someone with grand ambitions. He only aspired to join a research academy and get a job as a researcher, staying far away from the dangerous battlefield. His peaceful life was shattered one day when his father, a retired veteran, decided to return to the battlefield.

Worried about his father, Su Yu embarked on a journey to gain enough strength to join his father on the battlefield. What was the fastest way to gain strength? Joining a war academy. Or was that really the case? Su Yu soon learned that the path of a researcher was not as it seemed. Unlike the war academies that focused on physical cultivation, the research academies walked a different path: mental cultivation. Which path would Su Yu choose?

Join Su Yu in his adventures as he walks a unique path of cultivation and rises to the apex of cultivation.

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TMR
Tribulation of Myriad Clans
万族之劫
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Review
3 Reviews


New slappaballs
Jan 28, 2024
Status: c964
Your review for "Tribulation of Myriad Races" at chapter 964 is helpful and insightful. Here's a refined version with some grammar improvements:

I have completed the Machine Translation (MTL) for "Tribulation of Myriad Races" up to chapter 964. I highly recommend the novel as it offers a solid reading experience. The story starts slowly but gains momentum, becoming extremely fast-paced during action sequences. The main character's personality can be best described as petty, as he holds onto grudges, shameless when the situation demands it, and mostly ruthless. This demeanor is deeply... more>> rooted in his upbringing and persists as he becomes a powerhouse. If I were to draw a comparison, I'd say he resembles Meng Hao from "I Shall Seal The Heavens."

One noteworthy aspect is that the MC has no love interest, and this is explained early on in the story. I mention this because, in many Chinese novels I've read, the handling of romance is often poor, as seen in novels like "Star Odyssey, " potentially turning away readers.

The interactions between the MC and the people he encounters, be they friends or foes, are well-executed. My only complaint is that the ending could be improved, but overall, I would rate it 4/5. <<less
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orochi1025
orochi1025
Sep 10, 2023
Status: c964
One of the greatest novels I have ever read.

I will give my review without spoiling as much as possible. (No spoiler)

In the beginning, it may seem slow for some people based on what they're looking for, maybe some people might view the writing as not as action paced as they believed it would be. I understand, and I respect that.

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel from the start. Since chapter 1, it truly immerses you into the world that the author wrote, and it always left me looking for... more>> more.

The pacing into his introduction to newer places, new social interactions, and the transition of new events never felt forced. In addition, all the characters that were introduced felt like they had their own personalities. Rather than the standard one sided personality templates in usual novels of this type.

The interactions were actually funny and were well placed in the novel. You will get many laughs from reading and thoroughly immerse yourself as if you were journeying with the MC. You will feel his struggle, his pain, his belief, and his naivety as a teen who has yet to grow up and venture into the real world.

The world building slowly sets up a rising action that bursts into the greatest conflict that the MC will ever face, and he slowly grows as a person from his choices that began from the beginning of the novel, to the response of his external environment, and realizing his maturity.

Despite being kind of a cultivation novel, it is similar to a bildungsroman (a specific genre of literature about the growth and education that a character undergoes from lost child to mature adult) as he undertakes his growth as a person to become (i cannot say) yes yes in the world.

I very much recommend this novel if you enjoy a well-paced, and well written novel with absolutely no cliches that you would normally get commonly.

However, if you prefer super past faced novels and feel like world building lore as a chore, this might not be a good choice for you. To each their own. <<less
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TurdFerguson777
TurdFerguson
Oct 03, 2023
Status: c609
It has a whiff of chinese propaganda, but so far that stuff is not too intolerable.

In spite of this, however, this novel is really well written, has a detailed characters and character interactions. There is no 'young master' types, and even the small villains are thoughtful and intelligent. There are some tropes but you don't really notice it, and the pacing though quite slow, never feels like filler. One thing is that even though the world is filled up pretty well and there is a lot of explanation about setting,... more>> specifically the daily interactions, the whole scope of the world is not really well explored.

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We don't really know much about other realms, the allHeaven Battlefield, about devils and divines or even the history of the world. I think the author probably hasn't outlined this and so is leaving it blank incase they step on themselves later. Also even though there is info about their culitvation, the actual cultivation system is not necessarily that well explored or explained. There is not much breath to the world building

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Still, while the world building could be better, the characters are really the highlights of this novel
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Even though the MC has some of that chinese nationalism element, "human realm" is symbolism for china, and is hot headed on this one topic, overall he's very smart, funny, but also naive and can be tricked as well. So he's quite complex. Bai Feng, his master, and some of the other characters and their interactions are all pretty funny.

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Overall, while I wish the pacing was a bit better, and the world building more concrete, this novel is really funny, well written, and generally a worthwhile read. The only that could tarnish this is the chinese propaganda/imperliasim/nationalism thats interwoven in this novel. If you catch some elements of that don't immediately stop because the author actually deals with it with some nuance, so it's not completly brain dead takes (like some other novels on here). Hopefully, this small flaw doesn't grow bigger as I read more. But overall this is in the upper echelon of novels on this site.

also the chapters are long which is a plus for me

Edit: As the character gets stronger and we leave alot of the original setting behind, this novel loses alot of it's strengths, and the weaknesses grow stronger. The main strength of this novel is not the world building, or the setting, or really even the plot. It's the characters. I feel all the intersting characters that were made kind of get left behind, and the new ones are not explored to the same degree. It also feels pretty repetitive in terms of plot, and the main character I guess you could is complex, but honestly he seems kind of s*upid or stubborn, but this is not really that bad, as the author makes it more like character traits and you can kind of accept it as he's growing and changing.

If I were to rate it again I would give it a 4/5, and most of that score is resting on the older chapters.

Also the chinese propoganda aspect is kind of annoying but the author is smart enough to toe the line where it's not too annoying, though it still is pretty annoying. <<less
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