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REMOK: Here we go again, spilling all his secrets easily and then helping the entire village who tortured him for 12 years straight. Do you seriously believe that the 3rf hokage is someone to trust. This old dude sacrificed the legacy of his successor. Your a hokage for god's sake, renown for being the god of shinobi and you can't protect naruto?Demon Dragon Uzumaki · C1
Kris_Watson: Swords are easier to walk around with and we're traditionally chosen as ceremonial weapons. Also there are hundreds of sword varieties. I would have chosen a naginata myself but it's hard to carry. Spears were often seen as poor farmer weapons.Abuse of Magic · C13
Kris_Watson: Sorry I meant it was pretty obvious the weapon was chosen more for a status symbol than because he thought it was the strongest weapon.Abuse of Magic · C13
NorthernWind: Yep. She wasn't born or raised a slave. Maybe if he was a noble submission would have been ingrained by the culture but merchants.Abuse of Magic · C13
TigerBlooImmortal: Still it's aggravating in how people always complain about a character not being unique enough but when it's their turn to write they follow the trends unlike the story painting the mists where his weapon is a paint brush, though I'm not talking about this author just in general (no offense author)Abuse of Magic · C13
vkg313: I like the sword. Stick with it. Also, I feel like he shouldnt have problems with etiquette lessons because he has a photographic memoryAbuse of Magic · C13
NorthernWind: Those are less convenient. Swords also denote nobility and status even to this day so a sword suits a king the best. Otherwise ots just inconvenient to bring a spear to a conference or carry it around all.that time.Abuse of Magic · C13
PommyJosh: Interesting, I like how the memories are fragmented so the MC has to work for stuff. The system looks promising.Abuse of Magic · C7
Ulvr_Laoch: I worked as a chef for 10 years and had to give it up because of developing an allergic reaction to soaps. I have found that the Polish soap called White Deer is a good substitute.Abuse of Magic · C7
Anone: If he's going to be developing his kingdom out of sight, then he needs to first have a city in a well protected or hidden location. So either a hidden valley, or a city built at the foot of a mountain. Or right in the middle of a forest of rocks, a natural maze.Abuse of Magic · C7
Kris_Watson: Interested to see what things he can bring up. Mage tech is always fun to see in a novel.Abuse of Magic · C7
Kris_Watson: A dwarven rifleman Calvary on trained bears. 😏Abuse of Magic · C7
Sdrawkcab: I have a lot planned for this story, so any input is appreciated, though I don't promise anything lolAbuse of Magic · C7
Octaeon: Nice system lore right there. I once tried to write a story with a system where you could choose your own goal, but it never went anywhere... It just didn't work out lol
It has promise, but I'll have to read more to be sure :PAbuse of Magic · C4
Lorelynf: 5years time skip! PowerLevel: 10k-20k. Don't try to nerf him author sama. Coz too many of us might jump off the boat.Asgardian Sword God · C24
Draconax: THIS IS AN ACTUAL REVIEW WITH DETAILS AND SUMMARY. READ IT. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WAS WRITTEN FOR THE NEW RELEASE NOVEL AND THEREFORE IS ONLY UP TO DATE ON THE MOST RECENT CHAPTER (14).
Tags: Male Lead; Magic; ?
Age Rating: 12+ - No strong language thus far in the first 14 chapters, but violence is likely to occur and there has been some slight horror themes.
Summary: A man calling himself Jon is transported to a different world, carrying with him only a plant and the object used to transport himself there- the Alien Eye. The noble Padt Family saves him from his near-death state and takes him in, offering him a job as a fruit grower. This is not his story. Twenty years later, Viscount Noah Padt, the man who originally took in Jon is dead, and his eldest son Leon Padt stands to inherit. Angor Padt, the younger son, has been mentored by Jon, and learned of a strange place called "Earth." However, Jon, at a mere fifty-some years of age, is withering away. He tells Angor that "Gaia's Will," or the will of this world, is rejecting him for not being originally from there. When Count Eton comes through, seeking the "Morning Dew," or a tea made from the plant Jon had brought with him, a wizard is accompanying him. Wizards are the stuff of myths and legends, but this one reveals himself for the Morning Dew. After it helps him achieve a breakthrough, he offers the Padts one favor. Though Angor first tries to save Jon, the wizard fails. Instead, Angor asks for the oppurtunity to become a wizard. During his testing, it is revealed that Angor does indeed have the necessary talent.
Translation Quality: 5/5: There are no obvious grammar or spelling errors, and everything seems fine.
Stability of Updates: 4/5: Hard to judge. I'm giving it a 4/5 since we can't tell this early on in the translation.
Story Development: 5/5: Already interesting and unique. Instead of centering around the transmigrator (Jon), it instead follows someone else who is trying to save him. A refreshing change from the multitude of reincarnation/transmigration/time travel stories on Webnovel. Additionally, the story seems to be avoiding most the extremely obvious cliches, such as a family drama over the line of succession (that we see in almost EVERY female lead novel and quite a few of the male lead novels here). In fact, this line is stated by two servants talking about the line of succession since Leon will inherit everything: "Those family conflicts you read about in the drama novels won't happen here."
Character Design: 5/5: Characters are unique and have their own personalities. Also, people can CHANGE THEIR MINDS. Wow. Mindblowing! The wizard, who originally planned to burn down Padt Manor in search of the Morning Dew, changes his mind and later offers them a favor when they give it to him out of their own goodwill.
World Background: 2/5: As soon as the wizard comes, we discover there's a whole other larger world out there. ...this is honestly so overused. Main character coming from a tiny backwater? Discovers powers? It's extremely cliche, and I expected better.
Overall: A nice change of pace from most of the cultivation novels here. I will note that it does seem to have some cultivation aspects, with breakthroughs and ranks for the wizards. I will continue reading this!
Please like this if you want to see more actual review and not just "Guuuuuuuddd" or "Ugh terrible" in the review sections! Also note that this is an early review supposed to give people an IDEA of what the story is like, and that there are only 14 chapters out!Warlock Apprentice
Birth of the Demonic Sword · C18
Kotagi: This is the first time I have ever did a review for novel. In my opinion this novel is really refreshing. It doesn’t have those side characters where you bump into them and they automatically want to kill you and your whole family. There is really isn’t any plot armor where the main character finds some stupidly overpowered item at the start of the game. Unlike most other main characters that get transported from another world he actually uses his knowledge from his old world.
He is not afraid of others and doesn’t hide his powers like every other main character from almost any novel. Too top it all off, he is never afraid of a challenge.
Now there are a few cliche moments made by the side characters but, it’s never a constantly reacuring thing in the novel. The author keeps improving the unrealistic moments in the novel and does so at a very rapid pace.
Plus the author is willing to listen to the readers and improve on his work so the story only gets better as time goes by.
I recommend reading the novel up too chapter 30 before deciding whether to drop it or not. I am pretty sure that once you read it too there you will be hooked.
I have also noticed a lot of the other reviews about this novel and have got to say that you can tell they have not read a whole lot of the novel. So take it from someone that has read the novel up to the latest chapter and, has read way too many other novels, make sure that the people you listen too has at the very least read half of it. After all that’s what the reviews are for. So that the people that have read most of it can give their opinions on the novel so that new people can develope a basic idea on what the novel is going to be like.Realm of Myths and Legends
LockYourHeartTight: Let me start by saying that every other review on this novel is skewed and pathetic. None of them are impactful or meaningful in any way. Most of them are people saying "good novel" "I love it" "it's so good!", no one ever bothers to go into depth about why it's good, and there is a reason for that. It's not good.
When we first start reading the novel, we're introduced to some Immortal/God type character, he's cold-hearted, ruthless and calculating. The type of character you'd expect to find in an action movie flick, kind of like if Jason Bourne met with Bruce Willis. He really had that kind of badass attitude. It saddens me to tell you that we do not get to keep him. The author kills him off in the very stereotypical way with these cultivation trope novels. There is always some form of conflict happening otherwise the plot wouldn't move forward in the beginning. The main character we end up with is a whiny, sniveling, perverted, NTR-magnet with no actual "character". The entire time during our first introduction with this character all we see them do is whine and complain about how crapy their life is. The character moves forward and happens to stumble upon his "plot armor" which is all so very stereotypical of these cultivation novels. I'm not gonna complain about it at this point because, since when did originality matter in writing? The MC then proceeds to basically pat himself on the back by saying how amazingly awesome he is and how this was all preordained or some other nonsense. Words cannot describe my emotions as I'm reading these first 5 chapters. The character is absolute trash. Whines about how bad his life is, finds plot armor he didn't work for, calls it destiny and then proceeds to take credit for said destiny by saying he deserved it all along. Calling it self-delusion isn't enough at this point. This shows lack of effort, lack of creativity, lack of planning or even forethought on the Authors part. However, at this point, I still give the Author the benefit of the doubt, he might be able to pull this utter garbage out somehow if he's a talented enough writer and, the fact that he has over 200 chapters published on an original novel would support that idea. I was utterly wrong. I skipped ahead to the most previous updated chapter which was 255 at the time. What I found was the exact same whiny, perverted, arrogant, antagonistic, trash main character that was at chapter 5. What this tells me is that there was absolutely zero emotional or mental growth from the main character in 250 entire chapters. I think to myself that maybe I missed something, so I decide to look at the comments for the first few chapters and low and behold, I find an entire community uprising in the comment section. Scores of readers are begging the author to rewrite his novel and get rid of the horrible and trash main character that he has. This still isn't enough for me though. So I go back and pick a random chapter out of his novel and read it. What I find is not only the same horrendous main character, but I also find that every single side character in the story acts in the same exact manner as the main character. They all lack a moral compass even for a cultivation genre which is known for its ruthless storylines.
What this all sums up into are a few very obvious facts. The Author does not listen to his readers. The Author does not understand or care enough to learn how to write a character with morals. And this entire novel is basically a 12-year-olds wish-fulfillment fantasy. I am under the assumption that this entire novel is a joke and the author wrote it for the specific reason of seeing exactly how far he could push the envelope.Consuming Earths, Devouring Skies
NieLie1Sage: Why not cause a mutation in his fruit leading to yin yang fruit - - choas fruit or something..
For divinity names. God of chaos, God of beginning, or somethingAsgardian Sword God · C15
Chuel: You see, the reason thor needs his weapon is just to control his powers. It said that thor has a great power but hard to control. It is said that in ragnarok movie that thor can still use thunder without it because he was born with that ability like that of hela's swords thing.Asgardian Sword God · C15
Nyaannii: Great Idea, You really didn’t shame the name Nie Lie😂Asgardian Sword God · C15
jesusguero25: Mjolnir is a hammer and MC uses swords.... So no.Asgardian Sword God · C15
Eveofchaos: Hello, author here.
First, I want to thank all of you for the support and the good feedbacks that you are giving me.
I plan to write a long story and to review it bit by bit to correct any grammatical mistakes that I find.
For now, you have my gratitude for sticking to my novel and I hope to keep seeing you all in the future.
Have a nice day.Birth of the Demonic Sword
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