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Leonardo Jilani spends 50 years of his life as a member of the Fazio crime family only to be betrayed by the second son of the family in a power struggle for control over the family. He is killed and resurrected into another world and into the body of the only heir of the declining Fanucci crime family. He soon accepts his fate and decides to use his knowledge and experience to revive and strengthen the family and to protect does closest to him in the new world, which seems to bear some similarities to modern day earth. He soon discovers the presence of superpowers and also manages to awaken one himself. This is a story of how Leonardo Fanucci rises to become one of the biggest underworld bosses in a world riddled with crime, violence and the law.
Rise of Humanity · C1031
Crazyashellndslice: Santa all I want for Christmas are more chapters of kingdom's bloodline so I can avoid evil cliffhangers that make me tear up every mondayKingdom's Bloodline · C529
1) I do not really remember talking to you and I am quite sure that I have never recommended any novels. I may have typed that the Strongest System was fun personally for me thou. If I was to recommend a novel it would be something like: The Ward No. 6, The Brothers Karamazov, The Tempest, The Snows of Kilimanjaro etc. And not one of simple novels that I read after hard day.
2) I know about MMO quite a lot. I have played WOW for over 6 years and I was in top 46 world PVE guild in Legion, 1st on realm for HFC in Draenor. So I am quite far from average player, I was a h a r d c o r e player. I still play casually and I have insane amount of time in /played. And even I do not know most in game stuff, and events chronology. (After all, it is only a game)
3) If you see logic in his actions... Well I can not really comment on that. I have no right to judge you. Maybe you did not analyze deeply?
4) I do believe that you did not get main point of my review thou. The main point was his attitude, psychology, etc. In my humble opinion he is a lunatic, insane, or something like that.
P.S. Just a tip, if you write a letter to somebody, do it properly.
Best regards, Denis.The Legendary Mechanic
ZekiI: The whole writing is a mess. Logic is non-existent and there's no consistency. Main character loses past life's memories but still remembers a lot of things when it's convenient for the author, while at other times he murders without blinking cause he doesn't remember. Just no.The Legendary Mechanic
ArchDenis: Story was quite good until 80+ chapters. After that, MC started to develop complex of god and author started to cover loopholes in story.
In this novel was stated that this world is real and MC was believing in it, but, at some point, he started to treat NPC just as XP and after some analyzes, I believe he has quite serious mental issues.
Some readers believe that officers are "arrogant idiot", orders and regulations were incorrect and stuff that MC did is fine. But such readers are looking at situations only from POV of MC, and does not look beyond what author shows them.
If we analyze this novel from POV of real life army and other characters, we can see that MC is very stupid, immature and a psycho.
I love smart MC, and I am fine with him being a psycho, but when you show that some random gamer with average talent is smarter than all officers, government, etc... It is a completely different story...
Basically, in my opinion, author does not understand real life.The Legendary Mechanic
Nightdrift: Somewhat Disappointing, it has a fantastic beginning and really kick ass MC... for the first few chapters, after that the characters become increasingly 2d, and disposable, a great deal of face slapping and MC pride mongering ensues, there are some funny moments and a couple slightly thought provoking ones...but it leaves you with the feeling of bait and switch, which is really frustrating and makes you feel robbed. Don't get me wrong, its not a bad story, but it feels like a scifi with all the tropes of a wuxia novel, So much potential in this story feels like it has been wasted, and a lot of it feels like it is first sucked out of the authors thumb, and then given shallow justifications as to why and how it is happening.The Legendary Mechanic
The Mech Touch
eval: That story starts really good then became great then turn into a bore with 150+ chap arc that no one really cares about. Focus on the mech system! Great story with an awful pacing. The author is good at world building and details but sucks at knowing when to put an end to an arc.The Mech Touch
gimem: I had to have a dig around, but don't bother reading past c416
It's an endless filler arc that would make the Naruto anime producers cringe in horror. If you do get to this point, just treat it as the end of the story and make up your own comfortable tale of adventure because no matter what you imagine, it won't be as filler-tier as the endless military arc.
There are some good parts past this, but nevertheless, this story had a HUGE plot shift and pretty much spat right in the face of most of what had been built up in the previous 400 chapters. It LITERALLY packed up and left it all behind. You will know what this means when you get here. Anyway, I can't say I hate it, but this has stopped being the story I enjoyed for many, many chapters.The Mech Touch
Cestarian: Yeah, the vandal arc is ridiculously long, we get 400 chapters of more or less what the story promises to be, a guy designing mechs and running a mech company, followed by 500 chapters (AND STILL COUNTING) of the guy going for years and years through some war, where 80% of all those years are spent doing philosophical debates and mental gymnastics to make his bad decisions seem less bad, while floating through space.
I can not count how many chapters the author spends on the guy just ranting, a fictional character ranting, to himself, about fictional ****, mostly the same fictional ****, in an infinite loop. His 1 man philosophical debates never end, they just increase in volume as the story progresses, it does nothing to progress the story, it's not really character development anymore (I mean at the start they kinda were, where he had some major epiphanies and ****, but now he just rants and rants and doesn't reach any sorts of conclusions...) it's just like a bunch of filler text.
Personally I think the story is somewhat bearable if you just skip over most of these mental gymnastics, and if you read 700 chapters of it you can't deny it's interesting right? The worldbuilding is pretty great... It doesn't happen until finally in like chapters 860-870 where we get to the part that this entire war arc has been building up towards... The climax is in sight, finally after all this time. But the end of his military career isn't, he's been promised a position in some super secret mech design team after his time with the vandals ends, god knows where that leads (another 400 chapters of philosophical debates maybe?)
This whole military career thing is like a huge detour from the main story, the main plot. A detour so huge that it's got more chapters dedicated to it than the entire main storyline has had up till this point.
Honestly, the problem isn't that the plot or story or anything is particularly bad, it's just bad writing, the author doesn't know how to pace his story at all.The Mech Touch
SorcererCat: I use to support this Author a lot, but now I don't. This author has turned what could have been an interesting story into a joke of random crap. At about chapter 350 the author had the MC stop using the system by leaving it at home to join the military draft. The military draft is called the Vandel arc that never ends.
The Vandel arc has gone on for over 600 chapters, It is now chapter 900+. Which also means he hasn't gone home to get his system. WoW, how can this be a story about a MC with a system if the MC only had a system for 350 chapters and the next 600+ chapters he has no system? What a joke.
This arc has gone on for over 600+ chapters without returning to the main story line. The side adventure has become the main story line. The character has been stuck at the same level of mech design for over 600+ chapters. He has gotten better by about 10%. He hasn't moved up to Journeyman Mech designer from Apprentice mech designer even after 600+ chapters. Durring these last 600+ chapters the MC has only dabbled with mech repair and a couple quick 4-6 chapters of 2 challenges of mech design. Every thing else has been an "Adventure of random crap" that has nothing to do with Mechs out side of people fighting in them and them needing to be repaired where the MC tells some lackeys to go fix them.
Over Two thirds of this LN have nothing to do with mech design and have nothing to do with a system. On top of that the author has writen the store where the MC has had his whole company taken away or even given away. The MC has no control over his company and the usurpers have done everything they can to take advantage of him. That includes his family that force him to sell them 25% of his company for a small amount of money. He already had 50 times that amount of money in assets (if he sold his ship or sold off some of his credits with the Clifford Society) yet sold it to them anyway. The usurpers have ignored everything the MC told the company to do and how to run the mech production to keep his X-Factor in tact. All I can assume is that the author will have him go back and keep working at his company that he no longer owns and keep making all these usurpers tons of money while he gets peanuts.The Mech Touch
GregLuck: The writing is decent, but the content is just pure redundant.
You could skip a few chapters, read it again, and you would still be fine.
Too much useless information, filler. It's like the author don't have any idea what to write next so he just go round and round on one topic for a long time.The Mech Touch
The Sage Who Transcended Samsara
Heretoc: Another cultuvation novel which screams "Baby! I am cliched. " Maybe in sheldon style, when he says bazzinga. It will be weird.
Anyway, Samsara. Sounds cool.
Fingers crossed and hoping for some proper samsara action. Like sending people to become animals, ghosts, and deities. It will be hilarious.
Like he kills someone and the enemy says " I am gonna haunt you as a ghost. "
And the MC replies, " Ain't no doing all that **** homie. You are gonna be a playtpus and ponder your own eexistence"
Btw samsara is a buddhist word. And he wants to kill Buddha. Isn't that like killing your own teacher.
These guys don't even do their homework before posting a summary. Lol.
Anyway. Outta here.The Sage Who Transcended Samsara
Domar: Boasting. Boasting! BOASTING!
Unrelated Statement. Epic Unrelated Statement. Ultimate Unrelated Statement!
I will do stuff and things! Real big stuff! Real cool things!The Sage Who Transcended Samsara
burntpotato: It's both a blessing and a curse though. On one side you are free from those kind of novels and on the other hand, it's now too hard to find another web novel to read since LOM set the bar too high (＞﹏＜)Lord of the Mysteries · C716
Rise of Humanity · C909
UnnoticedWatcher: They are talking about the deep secrets of this world and you say it's pointless? Excuse me?Reverend Insanity · C1180
adda: Looks like you either skipped chapters or skimmed a lot... he destroyed imperial court blessed land which was a blessed land that Giant Sun owned during his youth and then starting forming a contest around later. Longevity Heaven was his own personal grotto heaven and has not been seen until now, although mentioned multiple times. And there are three different luck path true inheritances which he left behind (of which self luck is in Lang Ya and the other two were mentioned here, more info in ch 1051).Reverend Insanity · C1180
NotASpy: No sh*t their I was going through the original novels looking for some good Military related novels. My hopes were crushed, to many terrible novels with bad grammar or terrible stories. Then I came upon the first chapter of this novel and was immediately hooked on the idea of an Arcane weapon field world. Great writing quality, no typos or grammatical mistakes, way better written then this review, the story progresses well, wish it would explain his family in greater detail but since it’s only been two chapters no hurry. I really can’t find anything wrong with this author or story just lowered some score because he just started the novel.Advent of the New Age
LolzNope: Are you still writing this or did you drop? And if you are will it be a constant time table or just when you are free. (I’d like to know how long it will take for 10ish chapters pls)The Son of Broken Things
: This novels main theme is kingdom building and world domination with a cheat and advanced technology. Everything else is irrelevant and just adds more flavor. For every person like you who doesn't like and doesn't care about the premise itself yhere will be at least 1 person with opposite tastes. That's why moralfag tyranny is inherently failure idea.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
Seronis: Not really. There were cartoons and books in the 1980s that had 'death claws'. Fallout shelters is a concept since nukes existed. Not everything 'post apoc' is fallout just because YOU are so ***** as to have little other experience with the subject matter.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
Seronis: It hasnt ripped one concept from Fallout that fallout itself didnt rip from prior works. Fallout didnt have a single original bone in its closets skeleton. It just used the concepts well after stealing them.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
TheDemonNazI: or saying THEY USED SPRITE IN THIS BOOK SUE THEMI have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
TheDemonNazI: this is saying that some fantasy novels rip off of skyrim just because it has dragonsI have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
FattyBai: Have you ever wondered what it would be like if someone made a Chinese parody of the Fallout series?
This is pretty much it. The author pretty much rips the world background of the Fallout series and pastes it in his novel. Some things are rewritten but 90% of the core lore of the Fallout series is there untouched. It's Fallout : China Edition
Points heavily deducted for the author not being able to create his own world. Putting a *very* light spin if at all (most of the lore is pretty much left untouched) is bad.
Character design is the standard stuff you'd see in about any generic novel. (Harem building, heroines swooning over MC without effort, magical plot device, etc)
It is still too early to judge the story as of 12 chapters but all the red flags are there telling anyone that this novel is just another drop on the bucket.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
KagamiZero: I think rather than ripping of from fallout series. The author develop the lore from fallout.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
FateXero: Guys I don't think the author is trying to hide the fact that he's copying ideas from Fallout. I don't see the big contradiction going on here. If he was trying to pass it off as some super original idea he wouldn't have made it so obvious.I have a Mansion in the Post-apocalyptic World
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