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  • Cultivating as a tree is complicated

    Cultivating as a tree is complicated

    Eastern Fantasy

    A soldier dies in a cultivation world, what a common occurrence. But what will happen when he reincarnates as a tree? Using his wits, his goal is to become the strongest... well tree, in all of existence! He even decided to dominate the world! Wait, can a tree even do that? Delusional tree... /// So yeah, I'm not going to do some plot hole, as I hate them, and the protagonist is not some genius favored by the heavens but he's a witty and determined guy with his own beliefs. Also, secondary characters are gonna be realistic. Villain or not, I'll do my very best to maintain this point, I want my story to be as good as possible. Just go try the first chapter, you can see for yourself if you like it. Consider leaving a review, thanks!

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It's been a long time, but still, how are you? Do you plan on continuing? Are your eyes ok? View More
Mr.Bee Violinist · C5
1 month ago
I am extremely late, sorry, I kind of had a big drop in motivation and then I rarely went to webnovel. If I continue this story I will rewrite and repost it I think, like you did. It was going to have a very basic storyline but I want to try something more interesting. Thanks for the review anyways. Hope you continue writing. View More

KoejiSllycc: I've read the first chapter already, and honestly, I also think this novel has quite a potential. Sure it needs a bit work done, but other than that, I don't see a reason why anyone would want to read a Tree Cultivator.

I like the idea. It's quite well prepared too. I'll continue to read it for sure :3

By the by, I really appreciate your support for my novel. It's made me quite hardworking to finish my chapters within a single day xP. I know I like looking at my readers accounts but I just can't help it.

If you need anything, just pass by. I'll be glad to help.

Cultivating as a tree is complicated
1 month ago

KoejiSllycc: I've read the first chapter already, and honestly, I also think this novel has quite a potential. Sure it needs a bit work done, but other than that, I don't see a reason why anyone would want to read a Tree Cultivator.

I like the idea. It's quite well prepared too. I'll continue to read it for sure :3

By the by, I really appreciate your support for my novel. It's made me quite hardworking to finish my chapters within a single day xP. I know I like looking at my readers accounts but I just can't help it.

If you need anything, just pass by. I'll be glad to help.

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1 month ago
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Re: Level 100 Farmer · C23
1 month ago

Daoist_Rubeno: I do not. Protector forced his beliefs how he thinks MC will behave.
Imagine this. "if only I was more powerful I could easily protect my close ones." and here blame himself for inability in magic, for being weak.
Or maybe even death of Protector could force MC behave as other Awakened ones who are hiding around to avoid pain.

Self righteous attidute of Protector was annoying to me as if he was right since he is father of 50 pups etc
I can imagine in this situation hatred of MMC at himself can become even bigger. First he couldn't protect his brother from parents then etc etc. Always too weak.. And renewed mad desire for power at al cost regardless of life's, innocents etc

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago

JPNovelFan: Gotta disagree a bit. Messed up to lie to him.

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago

BeingAnOwl: This novel may not be worst then before but the emotions I get are not really making me want to read more. I'm not saying Lith need to stay paranoiac, character development is great. What is not are when the choices from characters i'm invested in makes no sense. Unless I got it wrong, protector is against Lith sacrificing himself, yet protector is the one who sacrificed himself for students he has nothing to do with. But he got a wife and a son! If he didn't, then maybe dying would make more sense. But he say Lith is wrong while clearly not being any better. The next thing is that there is no way protector can predict what event will change Lith's mentality for the best. Lith is not really stable and a big dose of negative toughts seems like the best way for him to become insane. I'm no expert in psychology, but what I know is that trying to forcibly changing the mindset of somebody will rarely get positive result. It's a slow process and the loss of a loved one is not something I'd recommand as treatment. So yeah, I don't agree with protector at all. He was like a wise parental figure who showed Lith other paths then total control (Also it's debatable if playing god is not the best way to go in Lith's case since he will clearly get the power for it in the future) and could have help Lith to change his way of doing things in the future. But now it's like he takes a gamble for lith's sanity with nothing to back his choice. He's trying to solve a issue he know nothing about (human psychology is not a part of protector's knoweldge I think) and logically Lith will not change his way because he lose him. If his dad gets his core cracked in the future, Lith clearly won't just stand there letting him die thinking "I might suffer, but it's not the end of the world" (Protector words are "I know he will suffer from my loss, but it's not the end of the world"). Nope, he will still sacrifice himself, unless he becomes a psycopath or a coward (I mean Lith know death is not really the end for him so...). Also Solus seems naive and I can imagine her believing protector's words but still come on! She should know the best how unstable Lith is. Anyways I think I'll stop my complaining here. The last thing I'll say is that my message was not written to say that you are a bad author. I truly find your work amazing. Basically, good job writing such a great story that I got that much invested into the charaters, and please consider this comment (and others) for the future, thanks. ;)

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago
This novel may not be worst then before but the emotions I get are not really making me want to read more. I'm not saying Lith need to stay paranoiac, character development is great. What is not are when the choices from characters i'm invested in makes no sense. Unless I got it wrong, protector is against Lith sacrificing himself, yet protector is the one who sacrificed himself for students he has nothing to do with. But he got a wife and a son! If he didn't, then maybe dying would make more sense. But he say Lith is wrong while clearly not being any better. The next thing is that there is no way protector can predict what event will change Lith's mentality for the best. Lith is not really stable and a big dose of negative toughts seems like the best way for him to become insane. I'm no expert in psychology, but what I know is that trying to forcibly changing the mindset of somebody will rarely get positive result. It's a slow process and the loss of a loved one is not something I'd recommand as treatment. So yeah, I don't agree with protector at all. He was like a wise parental figure who showed Lith other paths then total control (Also it's debatable if playing god is not the best way to go in Lith's case since he will clearly get the power for it in the future) and could have help Lith to change his way of doing things in the future. But now it's like he takes a gamble for lith's sanity with nothing to back his choice. He's trying to solve a issue he know nothing about (human psychology is not a part of protector's knoweldge I think) and logically Lith will not change his way because he lose him. If his dad gets his core cracked in the future, Lith clearly won't just stand there letting him die thinking "I might suffer, but it's not the end of the world" (Protector words are "I know he will suffer from my loss, but it's not the end of the world"). Nope, he will still sacrifice himself, unless he becomes a psycopath or a coward (I mean Lith know death is not really the end for him so...). Also Solus seems naive and I can imagine her believing protector's words but still come on! She should know the best how unstable Lith is. Anyways I think I'll stop my complaining here. The last thing I'll say is that my message was not written to say that you are a bad author. I truly find your work amazing. Basically, good job writing such a great story that I got that much invested into the charaters, and please consider this comment (and others) for the future, thanks. ;) View More
Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago

Texteel: I agree with Lith. Raaz feels responsible, being the parent, but was ultimately as powerless as Tista. Only Lith had the power to change anything. So yes, they should be thankful.

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago

Daoist689073: Honestly, liths family, while of course being rational with from their perspective in being afraid and concerned over a young child getting into life and death situations to take care of them, are being incredibly self centered, irrational, and ungrateful. "You didn't have to do all that" no, but maybe he wanted to. He was stuck in a ****ty life just like the rest of them, but he decided to drag them up out of squalor and gave them prestige, opportunity, and security. Maybe if this was the first time he had ever done that, like atthe beginning of the story, their concern would be warranted, but at this point, after hearing everything he's done, they have more than enough reason to trust in his capabilities, as he did, AND SHOULD. His track record is good enough to waive him of putting himself in serious risk in the past. And Remember, HE DID NOT FAIL WITH PROTECTOR. They all are trying to "humble" him and make him understand he's not god, BUT HE JUST PULLED OFF A GOD DAMN MIRACLE. Yes he paid a price, but THAT should have been the god damn focus, not trying to make him doubt himself. Everyone is trying to pull lith down and make sure he's INCAPABLE of doing anything, when what they need to be doing is helping him achieve a more solid emotional grounding and helping him understand his limitations. All they're doing right now are arranging artificial limitations without any worry about the consequences for lith himself. This is really ****ed up, especially from his family and close friends. They're tearing him down so that if he doesn't get the chance to fall, but conversely, its limiting his chances to soar.

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago

DarkDragonGoddess: What lith needed wasent being pulled down or humbled. What he needed was stability and support since he is emotionally crushed. Im certainly surprised lith didn’t give them a piece of his mind when they dared to say he had a choice. If he hadn’t done it for them , he would at last do it for himself. Cuz if I remember correctly lith was always living with perpetual feeling of starvation because of his magic.

Supreme Magus · C226
8 months ago
I know it was in the last chapter but honestly if Solus lie to Lith I don't know if I'll be able to continue reading since I would feel pain every time they talk. View More
Supreme Magus · C223
8 months ago

JPNovelFan: The problem is him losing trust in Solis when he finds out she lied to him about someone he really cares about.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Aiya_Yoko: Oh come on.. the guy literally gave decades of his life.. and the first thing you do/thought of is to lie to him? You've learned of his pain and yet you want to give him more.. IDK, I just hope it doesn't backfire (Lith losing faith in himself / blaming himself for not being strong enough to save his friend and eventually detaching more of himself than he is already doing).. and lastly I'm really hoping that solus wouldn't lie to him (maybe she could probably explain to Lith as to why protector chose to do so). Anyway thanks for the chapter.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

yashino: +1

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Wragged: So, everyone Lith trusts is going to lie to him. This is not going to end well for anyone.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Ouhbaba: Trying to manipulate Lith seems like an easy way to make sure he becomes like Balkor

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

JPNovelFan: Yea idk how they’ll make him normal. This is a bit too much of a stretch of the story for me to find it enjoyable.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Jolugo: I can't help but feel like lying to Lith about Protectors death will backfire in some spectacular way down the line.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

DrMonotone: Glad people like this dont actually exist, extremism is only fed by failure. The act of failing to revive his dear, dear friend will send Lith even further into his desperate struggles for power. He'll just want more, convince himself to try harder, blame those around him for being weak, and most of all realize the god that watches over them could've helped but didn't and eventually grow to hate it enough to end its pathetic life.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Morok: Actually, that’s true. It may not help him, but break him. Like “I can’t change anything anyway, I even couldn’t save my real friend”... also I’m curious how they want to restore his vitality- I think Phloria will want her boyfriend back and not in “like sixty-year old”

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

rohan97: I don't think solus lying to lith will help him or her. J think it would just make lith lose trust in solus if he ever found which he will. I think what protector says is his own opinion and that solus should tell lith the truth lest their relationship gets jeopardized.

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Amelgar: Lots of moral high ground wrestling... Rather than more loss Lith just needs stability. Instead they manipulate him to what they think is best for him...

Supreme Magus · C222
8 months ago

Ancient_Reader: Thanks for the chapter :)

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C13
1 year ago

Flamekirinwolf: Thanks for the chapter

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C12
1 year ago

kasimi: Thanks for the chapter! Take your time.

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C12
1 year ago

antpeek: 🧘‍♂️

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C11
1 year ago
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Flamekirinwolf: Thanks for the chapter, now it's something really interesting

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C10
1 year ago

Flamekirinwolf: Thanks for the chapter, now it's something really interesting

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C10
1 year ago

antpeek: 🌱🌿🐯

Cultivating as a tree is complicated · C10
1 year ago
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