“Why are these Young Masters so arrogant?”
“Why are my family and sect bullying me?”
“Why are you all offended?”
“Where is my luck! F**k, it’s time to go for broke!”
“Wait, who is that person behind you…?”
“Mommy! This lowly Tong Zhi failed to see Mount Tai!”
“Please stop chasing me! How can I get married, now!?”
Such is the struggle of being too outstanding as an extra...
This novel is inspired by the novels A Will Eternal, Sage Monarch, The Monk That Wanted to Renounce Asceticism, Journey to the West and the comics Gentleman Devil, Ghost-Queller, and Master Drifting Away Again.
It is meant to be a parody of Chinese cultivation novels and using their tropes.
The translator Deathblade asked the question, “What Chinese fantasy novel cliches do you dislike the most?” and this is my answer.
You can answer his survey here, I think.
I used this website for names. I think they’re planting trees, so that’s nice.
The other names I used Wikipedia and Google Translate for English to Chinese.
I wanted to write a ongoing fiction for the longest time, but kept getting stuck. This year, my resolution is to write at least 100 chapters of 2000 words. I began with the “Human Slayer” concept, but kept depressing myself with the sad and crazy backgrounds I gave characters.
This novel will be much simpler.
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