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Confusing. The MC is already level 34 at the start of the book and talks about all the different types of equipment without explaining anything. He also talks about the money system, but we have no idea how much value anything is worth. I get that 1000 gold coins is a lot. Do when you end up with 8,400 coins a chapter later and dont make a big deal about it, how am I supposed to feel?
Mc is greedy, which is to be expect for someone who treat the game as his part time job. He is skilled enough to jump across level. (I means he kill player level 43 while he is still 35). The game is extremely realistic, for example I though Mc really hunting real wolf in the real fantasy rain forest even though it just in the game. I like the boot in elemental in each environment (rain forest that covered in fog can boost water element, etc) but it too real for me, It doesn’t give the game feeling. It’s simple not my cup of tea, so I’m off.
All in all it’s pretty great though.
Novel starts out slow, then gets alright though the middle when it's his "training arc" but then the last 10 or so chapters just completely slow down and everything feels crammed into the story to "tie off loose ends" and then the novel just ends. Sloppy ending at that! Lots of stuff left unfinished in my opinion, they never even fight the Big Bad going by DnD terms