This is based heavily off The Legendary Mechanic and it's original enough to enjoy if you want something similar to TLM, because the only things taken from TLM are the system and MC is NPC part and some other smaller things. Honestly I would just recommend this overall, because it's The Legendary Mechanic but its The Legendary Mage.
The writing style is different and the author did a good job. The world background, character development and plot has been designed well. I hope to see many more chapters in the future. Good luck author! Cheers!
THank you for this amazing story so far you should start adding dungeons to the story will help it progress. Love how the character is going to solo route and is not inhibited by disadvatages and ideologys keep up the great work
The Novel so far is good. It takes a similar approach to writing as The Legendary Mechanic. The writing is good on the way it is conveyed, but it needs something like Grammarly to help spell check the words without taking too much time. The world background is kind of bland and I would like to see more daily life of people in the world. Overall this so far is a good read and has a lot of potential.
Hey, I have always loved this genre of MC reborn as NPC in a game he played! I hope you continue this amazing novel! You are also very talented in writing and don't believe anyone who says otherwise.
It's pretty easy to read and easier to get lost into. The Supreme Sage is a fantastic book that everyone should ought to enjoy.
I've done my fair share of reading here in Webnovel but I think by far this book has jived well with me. It's easy to consume and I find myself already reading the first 4 chapters of it and having a good laugh from the references ShadowMagus have put into some parts of the book.
Yare yare daze, I'm seriously in love with how you wrote this. It's simple to understand, but you're caring enough for readers who don't have English as their first language to put meanings into the deep words you use at the end of a chapter. Now that's an author who cares for his readers.
Now, worldbuilding, not to much say other than it's really great and I instantly got invested into the virtual world of Ultimatum. The concept I really love is how Luke got sent back a few months before the initial game's release, and what- 10 decades back to where the game is now? That's seriously a good use of a troupe that I haven't seen in awhile.
As for characters, god I love 'em. I love Chapter 1's banter, and I love Luke/Lucas for a variety of things. One of them is that he retains his 40 year old mind-set while he's in that young 17 year old body. I like how he fit into his new life as a slave when he got sent back.
This book looks to have taken some inspiration from the legendary mechanic, which is good because there is not enough books like this. While it may be similar the setting looks completely different so i’m exited to read it.