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    Sense (Read Synopsis)

    Magical Realism School Romance Mystery Male Action Abilities

    I copied this novel into another on but it will be in the contest #78 https://www.webnovel.com/book/14340953805031705/Sense Taking place in the twentieth century, small percentages of people manifest abstract abilities commonly referred to as "Senses". Throughout history, many great people were holders of such abilities, but just as many were infamous for it. Over time, a term developed for such people. Deviants. High school student Kaine Animo lives a troubling life. From a young age, Kaine was identified as a Deviant. His status and the intrinsic nature of his Sense caused others to steer clear from him. And among those that did interact with him, they subconsciously kept him away at arms length. The only people willing to stay with Kaine were his parents and best friends. But good things never last. Everything changed when another Deviant invaded his home and murdered his parents. Overcome with pain and grief, he plans to avenge his parents and find the murderer. Can Kaine find revenge while simultaneously juggling his school and personal life?

  • Sense

    Sense

    Magical Realism School Superpowers Romance Revenge Mystery Action

    Small percentages of people manifest abstract abilities commonly referred to as "Senses". Throughout history, many great people were holders of such abilities, but just as many were infamous for it. Over time, a term developed for such people. Deviants. High school student Kaine Animo lives a troubling life. From a young age, Kaine was identified as a Deviant. His status and the intrinsic nature of his Sense caused others to steer clear from him. And among those that did interact with him, they subconsciously kept him away at arms length. The only people willing to stay with Kaine were his parents and best friends. But good things never last. Everything changed when another Deviant invaded his home and murdered his parents. Overcome with pain and grief, he plans to avenge his parents and find the murderer. Unknowingly, Kaine's efforts leads him to waters deeper than what they seem.

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Shishi is her alias while Aina is her real name. View More
Tempest of the Stellar War · C70
11 hours ago
I’m sure with interstellar travel and colonization of the galaxy, they could adjust the gravity indoors. And if they cannot then they could at least build a specialized training area with local gravitational manipulation. View More
Tempest of the Stellar War · C22
16 hours ago
This gon be a good face-smacking. I can already feel it. View More
I’m Really a Superstar · C1628
2 days ago
Yeah, Han Xiao has to increase his prestige among those not on Planet Aquamarine. How else could he accomplish his plan of creating a mercenary group for the players and save Herlous’s planet. View More
The Legendary Mechanic · C427
6 days ago
Looks like the relationship they share is of full trust. They watch each other’s backs, work as a team, and share their secrets. View More
National School Prince Is A Girl · C749
6 days ago
Hopefully not another tournament arc. We don’t even know much about our players from Black Star Merc Group let alone others. View More
The Legendary Mechanic · C422
1 week ago
Another Zhang... coincidence? Probably. View More
I’m Really a Superstar · C1621
1 week ago
They’re all badass in their own right but overall, here are my rankings.
1. Wang Lin
2. Xiao Yan
3. Yang Qing
4. Shi Tianhao
5. Yue Hongyue
6. Luo Qingwu
Think that’s their names. Shi Tianhao was okay, dont really like his character sometimes. Yang Qing is on the rise. He might overtake Xiao Yan if he continues on his badass streak. Xiao Yan is pretty fierce but Wang Lin is the epitome. Yue Hongyue is okay, but maybe she can overtake Shi Tianhao. And Luo Qingwu is still in her early years. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C819
1 week ago
Lin Feng is gone and his MC disciples will finally get the MC treatment and encounter a dangerous situation but get out of it stronger. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C809
1 week ago
So they know about the blade? View More
Reborn: Super God of War · C182
1 week ago
Someone already tried to explain the plot holes but I don’t really like some of their explanations so I’ll do it again.

Plot hole #1. There isn’t a conversion from money to gold, it’s achievement points to gold. Achievement points determine your level of authority and even if the aristocratic families do this, they can only convert a portion of it. Plus the MC manages to get a large lead in gold with his knowledge.

Plot hole #2. Ok here’s a small spoiler but the rules of teleporting change across the entirety of the novel until it’s almost nonexistent. And I don’t know if you’ve read that far but they exploited teleporting a whole ton. Like teleporting lets you teleport from a teleportation formation, a gate-like thing, to another one. And you can set who can use it or go to it. And so schemes were just attacking from a unexpected place, attacking an unexpected place, or stopping teleportation with special means. And for the allies thing, who would be dumb enough to let their teleportation formation be set to allies on at all times? And if betrayals do happen, destroying 1 place doesn’t destroy an entire kingdom. This requires breaking into the palace and destroying the steele but who would put their formation right next to the castle without expecting all this. Oh and it’s not like every place has a teleportation formation. And another minor spoiler, the shop was a way to incorporate all these modern people into a realistic gams of war. But it gets removed.

Plot hole #3. The AI is sentient and has human level intelligence at least. It’s not gonna give an extremely unfair advantage or any disadvantages. I don’t really know why this is a plot hole. Spoiler, the AI starts to act on its own and take control over things while still adhering to its original intentions/orders.

Plot hole #4. This is gonna be full of some spoilers that are shown near the end of the story so maybe skip this explanation. Resources are limited. Pretty obvious on giant spaceships going to some planet for 10 years + maybe more. So they can’t provide these cultivation materials for every single person. Probably a valuable substance as well. And guns don’t work. The latest in military technology is useless against the monsters on the planet. So their solution is to make super soldiers I guess. Kinda dumb but it fills the plot hole. The monsters also have some kind of energy around them that does that. Oh and the ships don’t all land on the planet. A team chosen from the kings are sent to the planet with some of his people to attempt to create a base. The previous base got deaded by those energy covered monsters.

Plot hole #5. These are ancient people but have modern people even fought with cold weapons or have experience around them? That’s why there are generals. And for organization, AI is best. Ok here are more spoiler that you should skip. The government is disbanded and so achievement points decide your authority. The king that gets sent out to make a base also has more say in things since he’s risking his life. All the others are still on the spaceship. And I think their plan is just to get a livable area for time being.

Plot hole #6. Ok. This is dumb. Most of the killing force are soldiers until near the end when, minor spoiler, they start to incorporate players even though they lose everything even cultivation upon death. So what to kill? Generals and commanders have an army behind them and you’re talking like killing them is as easy as picking cherries. As for player kings, killing them is even harder unless you have assassins which means the enemy king has to create an organization and train people for that and they have an elite guard force too and probably some assassins protecting them. And locking up the respawn room isn’t that easy. And the king would be in the castle where the steele is as well. And the steele is the most important thing. More than the king. So why go for the respawn room when you View More

BookGuardian: I really loved the concept of the story, and at first I was power reading this for hours, always checking for the latest chapter, super excited for news about it, etc etc, but...at some point I wasn't reading it because I enjoyed the story anymore so much as...I felt obligated too? I invested so much time into it that I didn't want to drop it without reaching the end, but I couldn't do it. The story was too illogical, plot holes the size of Texas was everywhere, and I couldn't even get into the hype at the epic moments since I didn't really comprehend it and it's greatness. I'm thankful for the editors and translators who worked on this, but there are a lot about this story that's..iffy?

For example, and this isn't necessarily the author's fault since I'm not part of his target audience I suppose as I'm not Chinese, but part of the appeal of this is supposed to be the awesome fights that spans time and space, how famous emperors and generals of different time periods clash wits and might! YOUTH! BLOD BOILING BATTLES! THE SPIRIT OF CONQUEST! but it's honestly pretty lack luster when you haven't a clue who the hell these people are lol "General blah blah blah" did this! King ___ did that! Honestly, so many names I can't even tell who is who anymore and at this point I'm like "Cool bro, good for you..?"
Also I was hoping to see more battle of wit, but honestly the plans and schemes aren't that complicated and the enemies aren't logical
I've read like 500+ chapters on my phone not logged in, so many it's addressed later..but....I'm used to turning off my blame when reading on this site but these plot holes are so...annoying?

Plot hole # 1. With the rate of conversion of money to in game gold, there is literally no way that the 6 families or the top 1% aren't insanely richer than Ouyang, The rich gets richer and the poor gets poorer, poverty charges interest you know. They have such a insanely huge gap. Not to mention other bull**** resources they have.

Plot hole # 2. The actual game mechanics are idiotic, and the only reason why everything hasn't collapsed is because nobody is exploiting these loopholes/obvious game mechanics. You can fucking teleport. I don't think people understand how insane that is in a war fare simulation game. YOU CAN TELEPORT YOUR FUCKING ARMY. siege warfare would literally be impossible? Armies can pop up anywhere and in any direction along with supplies, which you can buy from a magical teleporting store. Seriously? If they don't specifically block you, you can teleport your army into your allies base then over run them from the inside, how has this not happened yet?

Plot hole # 3, the A.I obviously isn't a perfectly neutral entity. -minor spoiler alert, cue scenes with his sister-

Plot hole # 4, they are in cabins which can allow their cultivation in game to transfer to their unconscious body because in case there are hostile aliens on the planet they are going to...Why not have everyone's body be conditioned of the highest cultivation they can have if it's for everyone's survival? It's not like they'll learn it since they are unconscious of it, they'll just have a stronger body...Also Guns and other weapons are a thing, none of what we've seen from the cultivations surpasses hot weaponry.

Plot hole # 5 The behavior patterns of the A.I is also illogical? You're taking people from Bronze Age and then telling them to form tactics and plans against modern men? Also why is everyone sticking to the old and traditional old school china government and talking? How do you even know about it besides old dramas?! And when they land on the planet, supposedly you get to keep the AI which you got in game in a robot body and then...sent out into groups randomly to carve out your own piece of lands...? Why? What? They have a united government in that world, but that's their plan?

Plot hole #6 Why not just kill your enemies? They get reverted to level 1...I mean that doesn't mean jack **** for those who are just commanders or the rich families, but its not like they'd die for real (Not that morals really ever stopped any MC from killing his enemies), but it would be a big hit, or locking them up so they can't respawn! like god, come on, why kill them then let them respawn and come back for vengeance?!

Also why is there magic and other crap in this when the idea is to train people for survival in the new world? When it's supposed to be a test of leadership and skills. Why ancient setting? How the hell do you know what those people would've been like? On what premise is the super AI making these lesser AI?

The World Online
1 week ago
Someone already tried to explain the plot holes but I don’t really like some of their explanations so I’ll do it again.

Plot hole #1. There isn’t a conversion from money to gold, it’s achievement points to gold. Achievement points determine your level of authority and even if the aristocratic families do this, they can only convert a portion of it. Plus the MC manages to get a large lead in gold with his knowledge.

Plot hole #2. Ok here’s a small spoiler but the rules of teleporting change across the entirety of the novel until it’s almost nonexistent. And I don’t know if you’ve read that far but they exploited teleporting a whole ton. Like teleporting lets you teleport from a teleportation formation, a gate-like thing, to another one. And you can set who can use it or go to it. And so schemes were just attacking from a unexpected place, attacking an unexpected place, or stopping teleportation with special means. And for the allies thing, who would be dumb enough to let their teleportation formation be set to allies on at all times? And if betrayals do happen, destroying 1 place doesn’t destroy an entire kingdom. This requires breaking into the palace and destroying the steele but who would put their formation right next to the castle without expecting all this. Oh and it’s not like every place has a teleportation formation. And another minor spoiler, the shop was a way to incorporate all these modern people into a realistic gams of war. But it gets removed.

Plot hole #3. The AI is sentient and has human level intelligence at least. It’s not gonna give an extremely unfair advantage or any disadvantages. I don’t really know why this is a plot hole. Spoiler, the AI starts to act on its own and take control over things while still adhering to its original intentions/orders.

Plot hole #4. This is gonna be full of some spoilers that are shown near the end of the story so maybe skip this explanation. Resources are limited. Pretty obvious on giant spaceships going to some planet for 10 years + maybe more. So they can’t provide these cultivation materials for every single person. Probably a valuable substance as well. And guns don’t work. The latest in military technology is useless against the monsters on the planet. So their solution is to make super soldiers I guess. Kinda dumb but it fills the plot hole. The monsters also have some kind of energy around them that does that. Oh and the ships don’t all land on the planet. A team chosen from the kings are sent to the planet with some of his people to attempt to create a base. The previous base got deaded by those energy covered monsters.

Plot hole #5. These are ancient people but have modern people even fought with cold weapons or have experience around them? That’s why there are generals. And for organization, AI is best. Ok here are more spoiler that you should skip. The government is disbanded and so achievement points decide your authority. The king that gets sent out to make a base also has more say in things since he’s risking his life. All the others are still on the spaceship. And I think their plan is just to get a livable area for time being.

Plot hole #6. Ok. This is dumb. Most of the killing force are soldiers until near the end when, minor spoiler, they start to incorporate players even though they lose everything even cultivation upon death. So what to kill? Generals and commanders have an army behind them and you’re talking like killing them is as easy as picking cherries. As for player kings, killing them is even harder unless you have assassins which means the enemy king has to create an organization and train people for that and they have an elite guard force too and probably some assassins protecting them. And locking up the respawn room isn’t that easy. And the king would be in the castle where the steele is as well. And the steele is the most important thing. More than the king. So why go for the respawn room when you View More

BookGuardian: I really loved the concept of the story, and at first I was power reading this for hours, always checking for the latest chapter, super excited for news about it, etc etc, but...at some point I wasn't reading it because I enjoyed the story anymore so much as...I felt obligated too? I invested so much time into it that I didn't want to drop it without reaching the end, but I couldn't do it. The story was too illogical, plot holes the size of Texas was everywhere, and I couldn't even get into the hype at the epic moments since I didn't really comprehend it and it's greatness. I'm thankful for the editors and translators who worked on this, but there are a lot about this story that's..iffy?

For example, and this isn't necessarily the author's fault since I'm not part of his target audience I suppose as I'm not Chinese, but part of the appeal of this is supposed to be the awesome fights that spans time and space, how famous emperors and generals of different time periods clash wits and might! YOUTH! BLOD BOILING BATTLES! THE SPIRIT OF CONQUEST! but it's honestly pretty lack luster when you haven't a clue who the hell these people are lol "General blah blah blah" did this! King ___ did that! Honestly, so many names I can't even tell who is who anymore and at this point I'm like "Cool bro, good for you..?"
Also I was hoping to see more battle of wit, but honestly the plans and schemes aren't that complicated and the enemies aren't logical
I've read like 500+ chapters on my phone not logged in, so many it's addressed later..but....I'm used to turning off my blame when reading on this site but these plot holes are so...annoying?

Plot hole # 1. With the rate of conversion of money to in game gold, there is literally no way that the 6 families or the top 1% aren't insanely richer than Ouyang, The rich gets richer and the poor gets poorer, poverty charges interest you know. They have such a insanely huge gap. Not to mention other bull**** resources they have.

Plot hole # 2. The actual game mechanics are idiotic, and the only reason why everything hasn't collapsed is because nobody is exploiting these loopholes/obvious game mechanics. You can fucking teleport. I don't think people understand how insane that is in a war fare simulation game. YOU CAN TELEPORT YOUR FUCKING ARMY. siege warfare would literally be impossible? Armies can pop up anywhere and in any direction along with supplies, which you can buy from a magical teleporting store. Seriously? If they don't specifically block you, you can teleport your army into your allies base then over run them from the inside, how has this not happened yet?

Plot hole # 3, the A.I obviously isn't a perfectly neutral entity. -minor spoiler alert, cue scenes with his sister-

Plot hole # 4, they are in cabins which can allow their cultivation in game to transfer to their unconscious body because in case there are hostile aliens on the planet they are going to...Why not have everyone's body be conditioned of the highest cultivation they can have if it's for everyone's survival? It's not like they'll learn it since they are unconscious of it, they'll just have a stronger body...Also Guns and other weapons are a thing, none of what we've seen from the cultivations surpasses hot weaponry.

Plot hole # 5 The behavior patterns of the A.I is also illogical? You're taking people from Bronze Age and then telling them to form tactics and plans against modern men? Also why is everyone sticking to the old and traditional old school china government and talking? How do you even know about it besides old dramas?! And when they land on the planet, supposedly you get to keep the AI which you got in game in a robot body and then...sent out into groups randomly to carve out your own piece of lands...? Why? What? They have a united government in that world, but that's their plan?

Plot hole #6 Why not just kill your enemies? They get reverted to level 1...I mean that doesn't mean jack **** for those who are just commanders or the rich families, but its not like they'd die for real (Not that morals really ever stopped any MC from killing his enemies), but it would be a big hit, or locking them up so they can't respawn! like god, come on, why kill them then let them respawn and come back for vengeance?!

Also why is there magic and other crap in this when the idea is to train people for survival in the new world? When it's supposed to be a test of leadership and skills. Why ancient setting? How the hell do you know what those people would've been like? On what premise is the super AI making these lesser AI?

The World Online
1 week ago
Although this story has many problems, the many names, many regions, many changes, many army movements. A lot of the story is like a play by play of a war. But there are also many great parts like the development of a village into a global hegemony and Ouyang Shuo, a kid, into an emperor. We got to experience all that. View More
The World Online · C1356
1 week ago
The unholy marionette has to involve water from the river of Styx and most likely even the pearl that is in Wang Lin’s possession View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C756
1 week ago
Lin Feng’s Mantra is literally everything. The heavens, Earth, time, space, fire, water, earth again, wind, and more. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C702
1 week ago
Ying Luozha can’t be a spy because the spy supposedly thinks the mission came from his parents. The culprits did this to hide their identities if the spy was ever found. But Ying Luozha clearly thinks his parents are dead meaning he can’t be the spy. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C688
1 week ago
Lin Feng didn’t really cultivate to immortal soul in 10 years, that’s only the amount of time that has passed in the greater world. I would say he cultivated in under 100 years max. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C620
1 week ago
Oh man, new MC, more schemes, and also planet Hope too. View More
The World Online · C1351
1 week ago
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History's Number 1 Founder · C561
1 week ago
There are two people who could destroy everyone watching (Not Lin Feng of course) and they just stand there sympathizing without worry for themselves. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C546
1 week ago
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History's Number 1 Founder · C538
1 week ago
I wonder how many episodes of Detective Conan are released in the cultivating world. View More
Black Tech Internet Cafe System · C492
2 weeks ago
Ling Lan gonna be suppressing her aura for the entire escort mission? That’s a win in my book.

Wasn’t fond of the escort mission when it was introduced but now I’m so onboard. View More
It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future · C616
2 weeks ago
Title says unleashing everything. I expect triple flame combination and only got two :( View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C514
2 weeks ago
Oh yeah, and not just the Flaming Dragon Armor. He also has to fix all the false immortals he’s made. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C477
2 weeks ago
Should have known everyone in the royal family was calculative and scheming. View More
NoGift · C78
2 weeks ago
Every other alternate story, I’ve been tricked and heart-broken...

But this time was different! I read the title and knew that this was an alternate version!

Anyways, I feel like the other alternate versions did a better job of tugging at the heart strings. Either too many things happened or it happened to fast since the other versions usually only involved a single scene. View More
Adopted Soldier · C350
2 weeks ago
The kid will wake up, realize he’s somewhere unfamiliar, and remember his master died.
Then Lin Feng comes in and says I will take you in in spirit of your dead master. And the kid will be forever grateful. View More
History's Number 1 Founder · C433
2 weeks ago
I bet Wang Tie is staying as far as he can from Fang Zhao’s house right now while being cursed to death by the netizens. View More
Superstars of Tomorrow · C421
2 weeks ago
Imagine Eye starts calling Lu Zhou God. View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C75
2 weeks ago
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