A world where humans, beasts, demons, gods, dragons and pixies fight for supremacy; A war where great beast warriors of the Baemon troop, the dragon knights that soar in the sky, and the demon race that befell into the angel troops battle. A mixed blood child, who bears the blood of a human, demon and beast, went through hardships that no other people had, and has unmatched wild war potential. He is destined to restructure the chess pieces of this world, and also fated to have an exceptional heart-wrenching love life.
The story started off predictably with a cliché underdog who has great potential to move to higher heights. However, as the chapters goes by, the story pace became so rushed that at the end, I'm left with an abrupt ending with a bitter taste in my mouth. The first few chapters, the pacing was great, details on the character and their motive was told clearly. Then it all went downhill.... Motives of some characters were not explained. Actions of some characters was just... confusing. It's as though you found a box of ice cream in the fridge and it turns out to be filled
with frozen meat.
Your everyday pathetic underdog with a sad backstory. Was expecting more appearance from other characters and their progress but it seems like the author introduced them and just forgot about them, leaving them to rot in the wasteland of forgotten character. Like what happened to the horse?! What is the main purpose of introducing the horse when it'll all be forgotten after a few chapters?
After the Main Character went into berserk mode, it seems like everything is glossed over, making the character too OP.
It was drawn by the artist of Douluo Dalu. If you like art style like that, it's the manhua for you. Every page is fully coloured, adding to the viewing enjoyments.
Was interesting in the beginning but left dumbfounded in the end. The flow of the story takes a weird turn that I nearly gave up reading it.
Overall, I would recommend you to read the first few chapters and imagine the ending on your own. Create an ideal ending in your mind, Imagination is everything.....
I wouldn't say this was a bad manga I would just say it was short too short, the end scene Berry rush like the story was told at a faster Pace than it should have also there wasn't as much as there should could have been. It seemed like they were missing parts to the story like there could have been expanded on the universe of the actual manga area but they didn't expand on this at all they only did it to one single or in the one big battle was only single person in One Empire wasn't bad it just wasn't the best
or good I would definitely read it again if I had the chance or choice but I would be reserved on who I would tell to read it people who don't mind short stories that's good for you people who want more involved story line to get into the characters this is definitely not one for you because it's not going to be long enough and it's not going to be good enough overall I would say it's a one read story for most people but not all people.