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    Soulless

    Sci-fi

    Undesirables, once slated for pain and torture through experimentation, are now the final hope of the universe. What they do once they obtain power is indicative of human nature.

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When does he get to use his shield? View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C516
17 hours ago
diff plot elements here View More

RekiChan: Unless your relative is in the higher ups of the communist government.

"how dare you faceslap me!? Do you know who am I? The Father of my wive cousin is the president! “

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C516
17 hours ago
ok pace View More
World's Best Martial Artist · C132
2 days ago
true. But their training might be enough to bridge the gap View More

rg4g: A rank-2 criminal has various life and death experiences and these people want to hunt a rank 2 with their strength

World's Best Martial Artist · C132
2 days ago
that sounds off somehow View More

Konnect: I can’t believe I’m Most excited to see what happens if he injects spirituality into a tree XD

The Mech Touch · C1250
3 days ago
The Mech Touch · C1250
3 days ago
I went back over chapter 376 and I note that it was Arran that took the dozen blows rather than the Knight. The way the scene is written suggests that the Knight was more interested in understanding Arran's skill level that outright defeating him.
You could say that if he could manage a dozen blows before an openning was created for a punch in the face, maybe he can last 2 dozen blows or more?
Arran may have gained greater insight into Knight combat, but, by his own admission, his techniques are not capable of matching a true knight yet. It is like back when he had just met up with the Captain and sparred with the older man. Once the opponent moved past brute force and instilled skill and technique Arran would find himself in trouble. View More

Red_beard: Lady Raina's husband took a dozen blows to create an opening for a win when it was time to stop holding back and finish, if Arran can now beat the former him in half of that then it's reasonable that he can match a Knight.
Several people told him that he's not far from that level, I'll be very surprised if even after he hunts for enemies and solidifies his gains he'll be unable to fight Knights at least equally.

Paragon of Destruction · C392
4 days ago

Red_beard: Lady Raina's husband took a dozen blows to create an opening for a win when it was time to stop holding back and finish, if Arran can now beat the former him in half of that then it's reasonable that he can match a Knight.
Several people told him that he's not far from that level, I'll be very surprised if even after he hunts for enemies and solidifies his gains he'll be unable to fight Knights at least equally.

Paragon of Destruction · C392
4 days ago
Paragon of Destruction · C392
4 days ago
who said anything about his being capable of matching knights right now? He could do that with his magic already, right? View More

Red_beard: Great chapter, well justified progress and in good measure.

I would still focus slightly more on swordsmanship in his shoes, shadow magic can't exactly be used now regardless of whether there are Knights/Lords around - another suspicious incident where Arran plays too big of a role is dangerous. He will have to hide everything completely next time.

Glad that he should be able to match a Knight now, at least if we compare his current strength's description and his loss in the duel with Lady Raina's husband.

First Ranger we saw could display an "aspect of shadow" in his movements; wonder of Arran could figure that one out, it's perfect for the current him in every way.

Paragon of Destruction · C392
4 days ago
wth? View More
Elixir Supplier · C708
4 days ago

OverlordXanth: I don't care if it's late but please up the translation quality please. Some of these sentences are barely able to be understood.
The black snake spat the serpent.
What does that mean!

Elixir Supplier · C708
4 days ago
We have been abused by authors that force-feed us via info-dumps and monologues where the MC tells us about matters they could not possibly know. The problem with a story told from a single perspective is that we are limited to their experiences. I think we should appreciate the author for limiting the reader's knowledge to that of characters we explore. Recall that back home there is a entire empire we know very little about. We know of Arran's powers and abilities because that is where we are focused on.
I rather appreciate this writing because of the care taken not to expose us to information we should not know at the moment.

...of course, releasing more chapters in a week/day/hour will go a long way towards eliminating the fan-base's disatisfaction... View More

JPNovelFan: Like Arran, I too am equally frustrated that we are not a single step closer to understanding the Darian’s techniques or bloodlines or whatever the hell it is that allows such a drastic difference in power between regular knights and the top tier imperial knights/Lords. We continue to see excuses in Arran’s personal abilities as not having trained enough but clearly he needs some sort of method or training technique that will actually let him advance. We, as readers, are just as in the dark as the MC and there has been zero exposition on explaining things to the audience for our own benefit; much less Arran’s. He’s now several centuries old (looks 30ish) and he is repeatedly shown that he is inferior. I’m fine with a weak Mc that needs training, but when will you allow that training to happen? Now, I accepted that the whole point of this desolate training arc against the blight is for him to get stronger. However, You’ve now kept creating such terrifying enemies that his only option is to practice the sword forms that babies and children in the Imperium learn. STOP CREATING STRONGER AND STRONGER ENEMIES WITHOUT GIVING THE MC A PATH FORWARD PLEASE. It’s annoying as fk dude. Can’t he just go to town and trade some of those medals he’s already captured and trade them for either blood or a technique or two at knights watch? I mean how many hundreds of medals in addition to the silver medal from the reaver did he obtain: that’s gotta be worth something? How is the sword forms, something babies learn in the Imperium, going to drastically improve his situation that the previous several months of instruction from the previous knight hasn’t already accomplished? For the sake of the audience/readers, I truly hope some sort of epiphany takes place during these two months for Arran that allows some sort of exposition for the audience to allow Arran’s power to begin to soar.

And I already know y’all are going to reply to this and sh!t talk me for having an opinion that voices a frustration of mine. Literally don’t care what y’all say. I get it every time I comment something anyways. Y’all think I hate this story or something but honestly I really enjoy it. I just get so frustrated with certain story telling styles that leave the audience in such a frustrating position. I don’t want everything freaking handed to the MC. I just want it to be more hopeful and fulfilling for the Mc to have a path forward. Currently we’ve spent hundreds of chapters trying to aimlessly pursue a path forward but it has been all for naught as we keep encountering such terrifying enemies without giving the MC anything in return. The last true benefit he received was when the blood magic and the dragon’s ruin merged several hundred chapters ago. Several. Hundred. Chapters. Ago. Food for thought. Like I said, bash me all y’all want. I just want something thar gives me, as a reader, hope for the Mc to have found a real solid direction. I thought the desolate was that but the enemies just keep getting greater and it seems impossible.

Paragon of Destruction · C390
4 days ago

JPNovelFan: Like Arran, I too am equally frustrated that we are not a single step closer to understanding the Darian’s techniques or bloodlines or whatever the hell it is that allows such a drastic difference in power between regular knights and the top tier imperial knights/Lords. We continue to see excuses in Arran’s personal abilities as not having trained enough but clearly he needs some sort of method or training technique that will actually let him advance. We, as readers, are just as in the dark as the MC and there has been zero exposition on explaining things to the audience for our own benefit; much less Arran’s. He’s now several centuries old (looks 30ish) and he is repeatedly shown that he is inferior. I’m fine with a weak Mc that needs training, but when will you allow that training to happen? Now, I accepted that the whole point of this desolate training arc against the blight is for him to get stronger. However, You’ve now kept creating such terrifying enemies that his only option is to practice the sword forms that babies and children in the Imperium learn. STOP CREATING STRONGER AND STRONGER ENEMIES WITHOUT GIVING THE MC A PATH FORWARD PLEASE. It’s annoying as fk dude. Can’t he just go to town and trade some of those medals he’s already captured and trade them for either blood or a technique or two at knights watch? I mean how many hundreds of medals in addition to the silver medal from the reaver did he obtain: that’s gotta be worth something? How is the sword forms, something babies learn in the Imperium, going to drastically improve his situation that the previous several months of instruction from the previous knight hasn’t already accomplished? For the sake of the audience/readers, I truly hope some sort of epiphany takes place during these two months for Arran that allows some sort of exposition for the audience to allow Arran’s power to begin to soar.

And I already know y’all are going to reply to this and sh!t talk me for having an opinion that voices a frustration of mine. Literally don’t care what y’all say. I get it every time I comment something anyways. Y’all think I hate this story or something but honestly I really enjoy it. I just get so frustrated with certain story telling styles that leave the audience in such a frustrating position. I don’t want everything freaking handed to the MC. I just want it to be more hopeful and fulfilling for the Mc to have a path forward. Currently we’ve spent hundreds of chapters trying to aimlessly pursue a path forward but it has been all for naught as we keep encountering such terrifying enemies without giving the MC anything in return. The last true benefit he received was when the blood magic and the dragon’s ruin merged several hundred chapters ago. Several. Hundred. Chapters. Ago. Food for thought. Like I said, bash me all y’all want. I just want something thar gives me, as a reader, hope for the Mc to have found a real solid direction. I thought the desolate was that but the enemies just keep getting greater and it seems impossible.

Paragon of Destruction · C390
4 days ago
that rubber band can only stretch so far before it splits View More
Paragon of Destruction · C390
4 days ago
hehehe View More
Paragon of Destruction · C390
4 days ago
But then I am brought to mind the current situation in Wuhan right now and the world's reaction. Incidents of racism are so on the rise, with countries takinng advantage of the Chinese that my heart calls out to them.
The treatment as pariahs...it is one thing to have quarantine zones set up to prevent the spread of the infections. It is another to treat Asians as plague-carriers when the scientific process is so clear. At a time people should come together, there are those taking advantage of the situation.
Maybe the author is far wiser on the nature of the human soul. Maybe being expansive and inclusive is not the way to go. View More

Khavos_Rudd: My initial thinking when I read the chapter was that the procedure was unworkable. To have one country in control of the planet's future?
Unworkable!
The country would form a clique to prevent other countries from catching up. They would go to great extents, even waging unparalleled war, to maintain their status as the most advanced nation. On the surface, this would be good for the country and bad for the rest of the world left to languish in technological ignominy for the rest of time.
On the surface.
To maintain the advantage, the nation would unite on an unparalled level. The nation would look down on the rest of the world since its citizens would have the power to walk across the stars when others would barely be capable of leaving the inner ring of the Solar System.
But what of social and political dynamics within the country?
There would be a barrier to socio-political climbing for other members of the country. Power would be retained within the hands of the few families and clans that got onto the project from the outset. This is already clear since we already have these powerful families and clains the the country. Even in cases where they would have factional fighting amongst themselves, they would ever allow for the growth of a power-base outside their control.
Is this a good thing? Power calls to power, who cares so long as the power is retained within the nation?
The problem with this is that where you have a segment of a population capable of visiting the far reaches of the galaxy while the rest of the country or world is limited, mental attitudes change and develop. They begin to see themselves as superior; rightfully so.
However, it is one thing when this superiority is practiced against other nations, another when applied to your own people. Does the author/Tang believe a situation such as technological advancements so profound can be kept entirely secret? The mere fact that factional struggles within the power structures of the country are present means that sooner or later one side or faction will introduce outside elements into the mix.
Inferior elements?
Well, maybe my thinking is shallow.

Returning from the Immortal World · C1222
1 week ago
My initial thinking when I read the chapter was that the procedure was unworkable. To have one country in control of the planet's future?
Unworkable!
The country would form a clique to prevent other countries from catching up. They would go to great extents, even waging unparalleled war, to maintain their status as the most advanced nation. On the surface, this would be good for the country and bad for the rest of the world left to languish in technological ignominy for the rest of time.
On the surface.
To maintain the advantage, the nation would unite on an unparalled level. The nation would look down on the rest of the world since its citizens would have the power to walk across the stars when others would barely be capable of leaving the inner ring of the Solar System.
But what of social and political dynamics within the country?
There would be a barrier to socio-political climbing for other members of the country. Power would be retained within the hands of the few families and clans that got onto the project from the outset. This is already clear since we already have these powerful families and clains the the country. Even in cases where they would have factional fighting amongst themselves, they would ever allow for the growth of a power-base outside their control.
Is this a good thing? Power calls to power, who cares so long as the power is retained within the nation?
The problem with this is that where you have a segment of a population capable of visiting the far reaches of the galaxy while the rest of the country or world is limited, mental attitudes change and develop. They begin to see themselves as superior; rightfully so.
However, it is one thing when this superiority is practiced against other nations, another when applied to your own people. Does the author/Tang believe a situation such as technological advancements so profound can be kept entirely secret? The mere fact that factional struggles within the power structures of the country are present means that sooner or later one side or faction will introduce outside elements into the mix.
Inferior elements?
Well, maybe my thinking is shallow. View More
Returning from the Immortal World · C1222
1 week ago
Story started off well. Now, the added element of a dream world is unnecessary IMO. World-building is incomplete, a dream world whose rules are unclear when matched against the current post-apocalyptic world...really feeling let down over the story's development View More
Dark Moon Era · C168
1 week ago
true View More

OpinionatedPotato: seriously the story is ****ed in these last few chapters.

Dark Moon Era · C168
1 week ago

OpinionatedPotato: seriously the story is ****ed in these last few chapters.

Dark Moon Era · C168
1 week ago
ditto View More

Usman: Keep up the good work I wish you would mass release I would use all my token to keep up.

World's Best Martial Artist · C117
1 week ago
This author took care to cover the bases with the novel. I am really appreciating the story View More
World's Best Martial Artist · C117
1 week ago
slow is ok View More
World's Best Martial Artist · C106
1 week ago

mitre19281: Not worth unlocking this chapter, just typical word bloat.

World's Best Martial Artist · C106
1 week ago
Is he naked? View More
Legend of the Mythological Genes · C476
1 week ago

Darkload: the story is almost over kinda pointless to go privileged now of all times

Legend of the Mythological Genes · C476
1 week ago
colonel...colonel...colonel...colonel...colonel...colonel... View More
Legend of the Mythological Genes · C468
1 week ago
I think he grew too fast and could not keep up with the endless tables View More

SunMedic: Major. Didn't the author say he was a Colonel. Keep the details straight man.

Legend of the Mythological Genes · C468
1 week ago

SunMedic: Major. Didn't the author say he was a Colonel. Keep the details straight man.

Legend of the Mythological Genes · C468
1 week ago
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