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Master Of Martial Arts Has An Advanced Optical Brain

Master Of Martial Arts Has An Advanced Optical Brain

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Author: Eight O'clock At NightTranslator: Atlas StudiosEditor: Atlas Studios

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Chu Nan was just an ordinary student, but because of an accident, he obtained the data collection, analysis and processing ability equivalent to the most advanced optical brain.
In his eyes, everything in the world could be analyzed with the most accurate data. Any attack by the enemy was only a combination of countless data points. Even the flow of Internal Breath in his meridians could be accurately quantified with data.
With the help of such extremely accurate data, he could use his physical strength optimally and also create the most suitable internal cultivation method for himself. Following this, his strength naturally advanced by leaps and bounds.
After such a sudden event, his life was completely changed.

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    Tousifp
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    Hav u heard of Nano machine? ...............................................................................................................

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    Montuixote

    I like the concept, but it feels poorly executed. My biggest issue with this is just how dumb the MC is. Despite having a super computer computer for a brain he still makes obvious my stakes and doesn't think ahead at all. (They also don't seem to explain his powers well. like, does he think at the speed of a computer or not? if not, he couldn't interpret the immense amount of data in every interaction. if yes, he would live incredibly slowly compared to how fast he can think, which creates a dozen more problems for his character.) His stupidity shows early on and it is breathtaking. he gets attacked by strange assailants and can't imagine who he offended to deserve this, despite having, the other day, crushed the balls of an influential young master-type bully. their conflicts were clearly stated and there's no way he shouldn't have immediately thought this was related to him, but he ignores the obvious and is clueless for a while. later, he publicly earns a big reward that others cover and takes no precautions to ensure his safety concerning it. then he gets attacked upon returning home and his sister kidnapped by people after his prize,barely surviving it. when he learned that they were here for his prize and realizes that others would likely come after it as well, my immediate thought was 'oh, I guess he'll just upload this online to solve the issue. ge doesn't need the technique anyways, as he said so, and not doing so risks more people coming. he loses nothing and ensures his safety.' I expect that was the conclusion many reached, but this idiot has no idea what to do. he has to call his friend and have him sort out his problems. it takes him ages to figure out that exact solution, but he wastes time and resources, and risks his and his sisters safety yet again before stumbling on that conclusion. I'm sure I could go back and find more examples, but I don't want to bother with this novel any longer. I'd just roll my eyes at a normal dumb MC, but this guy's superpower is to analyse things like a computer, so it's especially distracting to have him actually he a total idiot.

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    LazyCorpz

    I feel like the author tried to "install" the cheat creatively, but failed. .

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    Eddicted

    Author tried to imitate Warlock of the magus world but he ended up creating a novel that has same negative qualities, cliches, idiocies of other low class martial art novels. In simple words "a low class novel painted with the features of a good A.I novel"

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    Holla_signore

    ah yes, he has advanced optical brain, too bad his brain is inherently rotten, it can't be saved by any cheat and thus requiring literal divine intervention (called author's stupid plots) to save him.

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    VenerableShalltear

    very interesting....a good read after working for hours and just want to relax..............................................................

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    DillonCS

    I know that the setting is like Nano Machine but he doesn't actually have a system, its just that he got the abilities from an A.I and has super perception type stuff, its not as overpowered as it seems and its actually really entertaining. The world building and martial arts are extremely similar to Super Gene, besides the other world part of it, the technology and the way humanity is across the galaxy is similar, and the martial arts of super gene are easily some of my favorite in the way its portrayed and explained out of most of any of the novels I've read, this definitely has the potential to be one of the greatest novels on this site I highly recommend. There are a few typos or confusion of if something "is" or "is not" but it happens like once every third or fourth chapter and is very ignorable, no nationalism or anything, I really hope this one gets picked up.

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    Vanaxity

    Master Of Martial Arts Has An Advanced Optical Brain is a story about Chu Nan, a completely mediocre student who decided to become below-average due to useless pride/stubbornness. Luckily, God (the author) decided to save him by giving him an "advanced optical brain". This allows him to have very high calculative skills and a the ability to process this information extremely fast. I think I am genuinely becoming sick of reading Chinese novels in general. It's very obvious that there is a very severe lack of talented authors that write xianxia/xuanhua. Translation quality is mediocre. Theres many mistakes especially at the end of chapters. (3/5 stars) Story development makes it very apparent that the author only wants word count, nothing else matters. This novel incorporates two of the most annoying writing "techniques" that you'll find in these novels. First, repeating the same information from a different point of view, often taking up an entire chapter. The second is how every time the main character does anything, we are forced to suffer and read some random reaction of some random irrelevant special-ed kid who exists solely to insult the main character. Aside from all that, this story is rather directionless. The only goal is for the main character to get to a higher-tier academy. What awful and cliche settings. We go from school arc to tournament arc to another school arc. Seriously? Character design is awful as well. I feel like it's a waste to write another long-paragraph. We have the same cliche annoying characters as every other martial arts novel. (2/5 stars) World background is also abysmal. In sixty chapters, I don't even think that the author has mentioned the main character's family aside from saying he comes from a family of farmers. Aside from that, barely anything has been properly described. We are suddenly in a school arc with the main character making many improvements, and then thrown into a drawn-out tournament arc. In sixty chapters, aside from introducing more useless and cliche characters, as well as providing a very superficial understanding of the world, we know next to nothing. Very poor attempt. (1/5 stars) Overall, it's yet another novel where the author solely cares for word count. The only positives in this novel are solely coincidences that I doubt the author meant to happen in the first place. I give this novel 2.4 stars out of 5.

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    hakddn

    Another CHINA number 1,china is supreme,chinese race is superior novel. japan/Europe and america are nothing but slave nation. for jesus Christ chinese people move on. what happen in wwII is part of the war don't blame japan to anything bad happen in your country is not their fault that you are weak in that time. i thought you are strong with exaggerated history like "romance of the 3 kingdom" like war lord lu bu kill 50million soldier. really? 50million?

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    Nostre38

    MC just castrated someone for being bullied and wonder why someone wants him crippled... But the plot armor is strong with him, like many others novels in this website. I wonder why the characters (MC included) are braindead ?

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    ShatteredMusic

    Giant cliche, cant really become more cliche. Example: he goes to the market and finds a really amazing martial arts book and the guy selling has no idea how valuable it is, so the mc gets it for the cheap and the martial art stance isnt even creative, the first thing the mc does to practice it is just a horse stance

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    emotional

    Main character is so naive, and doesn’t question anything. People take advtange of him and he willingly will help people that betray/go back on their word.

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    crimsontail_01

    A 100+ chapters and mc was still in 1st cultivation realm, most of the chapters was wasted because of unnecessary and repetitive information like how does body will achieve something like that, how can I control my internal breathing more freely yada yada, author focusing on word count literally destroyed this story haiist

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    LostEra
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    this is one of those novels where a decent story is ruined by horrible writing quality, inconsistencies and toxic masculinity of the author. The story is about a guy who lives around a 1000 years into the future and humanity has expanded into space, discovered the cultivation of martial arts and expanded into space. The main character, Chu Nan, somehow gets a super analytical ability that allows him to get very precise real time information about his actions and that of his opponents. He uses this ability to become stronger despite being judged to be too old. It is clear that the author barely planned the novel and as a result there is very little preparation for the next step. Add to that that it is not uncommon for some chapters to reveal things about what the mc is doing in previous chapters. For instance Chu Nan gets beaten into a coma and his body is severely injured. The chapter describing how he woke up and how he recovered his body is described over several chapters. During these chapters Chu Nan's parents are never mentioned but several chapters later you discover that he has parents, that they went to visit him when he was in a coma and when he woke up and that he even has a sister. Not only did it take the novel around 150 chapters to even mention that he has parents that are still alive but that he also has a sister (almost as if the author finally realized that Chu Nan also has a family). And there are several similar situations where the author suddenly realized that what he wrote earlier doesn't make sense and than starts to backtrack to fill in the blanks, these are signs of a badly planned storyline and the low quality reparations done to cover this up. The world building is almost as bad as the writing quality. A lot of things that in real life we know how it works are explained in a way that doesn't make sense and are based on a very simplistic view of how the world works. And it's not like they suddenly became part of fantasy and therefor it's logical they don't make sense anymore. For instance the authors understanding of muscle growth is completely wrong but doctors and athletes do know how this works and it is completely different from the explanation in the novel. When you work out you go over the limit of what your muscles can handle and you slightly tear your muscles, this is also called muscle pain and most people know this feeling well bc they experience it the day after, sometimes a few hours, after an intensive workout. The muscle pain goes away because your muscles are repairing themselves and in the proces of repairing themselves they make the muscles stronger, bigger, longer, etc. In other words muscle growth comes when you rest after overusing them. The author is working under the assumption that muscles grow by overusing them and he ignores the influence of rest. There are several similar situations where the author assumes how something works and based the story on that. I also strongly suspect that the author originally planned to write a story with a more traditional Xianxia world building but somehow decided to change his plans. Too many times is a collection of planets referred to as a country and most planets only have one or two big cities. The total population of humans from Earth is around 20 billion but that seems to me far too little given how many planets are under the control of the Earth Federation. In multiple situations I have noticed that the scales at which things happen are in conflict with each other. For instance one of the strongest martial arts techniques in the real world can produce the same kind of power that a person in the novel with a 3rd level overlord body can achieve. I know the author didn't want the difference between normal humans and overlord bodies to be too big but because the author failed to do a proper research he failed in his objective because now the people in the novel that should be stronger than people in real life aren't stronger. The story itself is neither innovative or original but it has potential to be not bad (if the writing quality was better it would have been a good story to fill your time with)

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    bstasic

    Just average, went through mtl until the end, still thought stopping a few times. A few annoying moments such as repeating the same situation from point of view of MC and then other characters, just this alone could shorten the novel by 30% for sure and maybe even more. Another repetite moment is when optic brain solves everything, as opponent does something MC analysis through optic brain and just solves it, and its done. Moreover, another annoying thing is author forgetting parts of the story, not often but around 3-5 times, still impacts the experience. The ending was quite abrupt and anticlimactic, I am sure without all that repetite stuff the novel would have lasted much longer with better ending. I quite like the whole concept of assistance from a super brain in form of optic brain or some form of artificial intelligence, the best to date is Warlock of the Magus World where MC is already intelligent and the A.I. chip is just giving wings to the tiger, but in this case the writting is lacking. Still good effort

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    Seraphim28

    Petition to bring back "I Can See the Lines of Fortune"! A wonderful story to try, especially now that pocket hunting dimension is over. An all around interesting read! Please resume the translation of it! (Trying this as it worked for World of Deities)

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    Mardakom007

    Raw mtl : 光脑武尊 Auithor : 晚间八点档 Lv 5 Yo I am currently writing a Fan-fic about a Uchiha Itachi in the Naruto, if that interests you, please check it out. I strongly believe that if you read the first chapter, you will want to read the next chapter(s) too. I know, I’m shamelessly promoting myself using other novels, but a guys gotta get some exposure one way or another, am I right? Also, if you read this far and haven’t already checked out the novel you are now obligated to do so. Thanks to anyone who decides to check it out.

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    Quietly

    MC is an idiot, doesn't question why people will pay a ton of money to him just for him to play a VR game despite him wanting to hide his brain AI. Just giving away his secrets for free. Dropped at chapter 124 (right after this majorly stupid move).

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    shashumga

    Lack of imagination leads to shallow writing quality and the author only cares about word count. The only good thing about this work is how easily it makes you sleep.

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    Fraisier

    A lot of cliches and no history progression[img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins][img=coins]

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    Author Eight O'clock At Night

    Translator Atlas Studios

    Editor Atlas Studios