Dec 2, 2022
Manhua in general is hard to get into because of their shier size, but I guarantee you that once you are hooked, there is no going back.
In this specific manhua,
It took about 80–100 chapters for me to get heavily invested in the series. When that happened, I went back and read the first few chapters again, this time with a lot more thought, and I even watched the Donghua (Chinese anime).
It's one of the only good xianxia type story that take place in the modern earth, even though it's technically isekai(You'll find it very soon when you start reading.)
If you like the concept of leveling
up in games or other stories like solo leveling or Shield Hero, that take place in a modern world this is a good series to pick up.
As with most martial arts type manhua this one also has a bunch of plot holes(it's not unbearable but they are there),
Translation errors like crazy, you think a 12 year old could fix them,
But you are not reading this for the plot but to see the MC beat the crap out of his enemies and go around the world on adventures.
Also, it has a bunch of tournament arcs.
It's also coloured and new chapters come quite often.
I have seen reviews here go on for way too long, so,
Try reading a few chapters and see if it is up your alley; if not, drop it.
As far as I know, there is no legal or illegal way to read it in English, but good luck.
Story I'll give it a 7/10.
character designs 9/10
This is my first review, so I'm not sure how to do it properly.
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