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Rayis: Amazing as always. First thing i do on a tuesday is to read this. Love it so much.Farming For Gold · C48
gamly33: not quite she is god of agriculture, walls/shields and civilization. fire has been a part of may civilization's and even the spark as it were to move forward as a people.Farming For Gold · C48
Ethan132: But arguably civilisation was built on many wars so shouldn’t he be better at fighting... in the same way that the author is very obviously not trying to make long fighting sequences isn’t the spark reference equally as obscure as the war reference... :) but on the other hand it is a very good point that you make :)Farming For Gold · C48
Ethan132: Cleansing flames :) remember that the god he follows is a god of agriculture and walls/shields so maybe he should have summoned a divine wall or something similar:) thanks for the chapter:)Farming For Gold · C48
Mimbdy: MC needs to experiment more. Everyone in OtherWorld needs to be constantly experimenting to find new moves or combinations. In the middle of combat? Dumb. Could work, do nothing or backfire. Perhaps chalk it up to inspiration... Granted.
Love the story, love the world concept, can't wait for more chapters!Farming For Gold · C48
Mimbdy: I can't figure out why he didn't do that on the first place. It's a logical next step, not a leap. Also, monetizing a general train app would be so much easier. Especially, since according to the story, there isn't such an app yet.Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C83
Mimbdy2: Thank you for the chapter! I can hardly wait for more next week!Farming For Gold · C47
Mimbdy2: Thank you for the chapter! I can hardly wait for more next week!Farming For Gold · C47
Farming For Gold · C47
attack_the_turnip: Now will he find a way for others to gain Spiritual Sense?The Pleasure Lord · C35
Kupkake: I feel like since he has the book, why not just learn all of the profession or at least the ones he is able to on this island. Then he can learn the others later because I am sure the book has the knowledge needed. Really I just have always enjoyed when the MC is not reliant on someone else to forge his weapons,make his potions,enchant his weapons and armor,or tan his armor.The Pleasure Lord · C35
Axel_wheel: thanks for the chapter anyway.
A fathers love for his daughter is eternal. very good chap.The Pleasure Lord · C29
Naruto world reincarnation
Sinfish: Night Ranger is a reasonably competent tranmigration into a game world that is actually real. The best part of the story is easily the vivid combat scenes, which relies on a MMORPG sensibility to drive the action. The fast pacing and excellent translation make at times, this novel can be enjoyable, but unfortunately, the world is inescapably shallow, which even at the best of times prevents the novel from ever being truly great, and at the worst of times, drives the novel into frustrating places.
The world is just like the game he played, except when it's not. The main character remembers everything about the game down to the fiddliest bit, except when it's convenient for him not to. The system seems in-depth, but ultimately is obviously contrived around the main character like his subclass which would make no sense as a main class. Skills that would be obviously stupid in a game are purported to have existed in the game, such as a near-instakill skill that makes the user weak for months. There are niggling details when the author tries to bring in plots into a video game world. The MC's father was murdered by a slow poisoning. Here's the problem: In this world, you can fairly trivially cast "Cure Poison" and "Divination". Over the months he was slowly getting sicker, why didn't his father visit a cleric? And after discovering he was being poisoned, it would have been trivial to find the culprit.
I'm a hundred chapters in, and every single character introduced so far feels like a sock puppet for the MC to interact with. Nobody feels real, they're all just NPCs waiting around for the MC to show up. The villains, in particular, have all these contrived plans that involve trying to kill the MC, but they often seem pointless. For example, one mastermind spends an enormous amount of money plotting to kill the MC because he has a treasure map onto his land. I can't help but wonder why he simply didn't take a small adventuring party there and simply take it.
We keep being told how smart the MC's actions are, but it's clear that without plot armor, he'd die pretty much every other day. He consistently, repeatedly putting himself in mortal danger time and time again, by choice. Yet there's never any sense of danger at all because the MC is a cocky perfect hero because he's played a lot of video games. He's never afraid of death even when he's inches from it, and even though we're told he feels pain, it doesn't seem that way. There is an incredible amount of telling instead of showing. Worse, people know things they shouldn't. The MC concludes that other people don't gain experience for getting kills, but he literally just assumes that without any testing whatsoever. Some mook knows instantly the incredibly rare class of the MC (literally only 18 other people in the world with the class), but then a far more powerful, older, guy with far more access to knowledge has no idea what he is like two chapters later. For some bizzarre reason, despite seers with future sight knowing a world-shaking calamity is coming, they forget to tell anyone.
The MC has a cross between xianxia and video game morals. One second he's thoughtlessly murdering mooks, the next he's sparing somebody who's betrayed him. Why? Because they're plot-centric. The MC keeps saying he doesn't kill pointlessly, but he does. All the time. Then the author tries to show him as ruthless, but it mostly just makes him evil and possibly insane. The MC looks at somebody and senses that they have strange eyes, so he kills them. Then he kills some peasant for giving him lip. Well, maybe they weren't a peasant, maybe he was a spy. Who knows? Not like the MC is going to bother to check when he mysteriously just knows. When it comes down to it, the MC sees people as bags of experience and loot. When his class trainer says "Okay, for the next step in your training, I need you to murder these five thieves that are pretty annoying because uh, they'll show off your night murdering skills" he doesn't stop and think "wait, is pick-pocketing really a capital crime?" Nope, he's got a quest to kill 5 people, so he kills 5 people. Amusing, since he later gets ragingly mad at someone else who is killing people to fulfill their advancement.
I'm often frustrated by MCs that try to bring in modern world morality into brutish and violent worlds, but in this case, the MC shows less regard for human life than serial killers. His kill counts exceed that of most of the villains in the story, and include innocents, guards, and children. Bizzarrely, every day citizens expect him to be punished because in civilization there's clearly rule of law, but he routinely gets away with murder. You might say, "Might Makes Right", but he's really not that strong in the grand scheme of things compared to the ruling powers trying to keep order. Somehow, every possible authority figure that in all reasonableness would see him hang, coincidentally befriends him or has something they want from him and they don't even admonish him for his killing sprees. This is partially explained by the reliance on law enforcement on divination spells which are failing, but it simply isn't enough. The author wants us to believe he's decisive and bad-ass by going from zero to murder in less than a second, but this just makes him a short-tempered, idiotic murderer who only gets away with it because of plot armor.
Let's talk about plot armor. MC shows up at what is essentially Hogwarts, where the story has tried very hard to establish that virtually any wizard with a brain could kill him at whim. Unsurprisingly, there are rules against murdering wizards in Hogwarts. So, some nub wizard, let's call him Draco, slanders him, so the MC murders Draco and his guards, in full view of, well, everybody. Keep in mind, Draco's probably like 10. Now, dead 10-year old wizard is part of an incredibly important family, lets call them the Malfoys, so understandably they're peeved, not to mention it's definitely a capital offense to casually murder the receptionist at Hogwarts.
But not to fear, the MC isn't a bad guy, after all, Draco started it. Yeah, that's pretty much his excuse. Let's recall that virtually any Hogwarts student can kill him, much less their parents. So well, fat lotta good "he started it" it is going to do him, you can't get away with murdering 10-year old Draco Malfoy at Hogwarts. Fortunately, the MC's great-grand father was a wizard, and he has a fancy wizard medal, which means the MC can't be summarily avada kevadra'd, but instead he has to be arbitrated. The Malfoys roll their eyes, and give him a sham trial, fully intending to lock him away in wizard prison and arrange for an "accident" to occur.
But wait! Dumbledore was there all along! MC had literally no plan to get out of this predicament when he killed the guy for giggles, but after he finished killing him, he was like "oh hey, there's Dumbledore in his little girl form". So Dumbledore saves his ass. Have I mentioned the MC is stupid? Well, whatever, that happened. But it's not like the Malfoys are going to take little Draco being murdered lying down. They're an incredibly powerful wizard clan, and they can squish MC like a bug. But suddenly they decide they have to do so honorably, by uh, openly killing him dring the Tri-Wizard tournament by sneaking in an insane hermaphroditic killer into it instead of, I dunno, Draco's father teleporting to his house and melting his face off before dinner. Well, anyway, it doesn't work, but it's not like they still can't squish him like a bug.
Fortunately, a volcano blows up and wakes up a dragon that has been sleeping for millenia and kills their entire family. All according to keikaku.
Well, it's still a fairly enjoyable read despite its faults. I'd recommend to give it a try and see if you can get past it's shallowness and simply enjoy it as a decent system game transmigration with awesome fight scenes.Night Ranger
WillBrace: First off, I really appreciate the high quality translation done on this novel! I like being able to seemlessly read through the novel without wondering about grammar mistakes or seeing excessive translation notes that interrupt the flow of the novel.
The novel started off differently than I expected and has been progressing quite well. There is a lot to wonder about in the novel, and I’m always excited about each new chapter. I’m pulled into the world created by the author and the plot that revolves around the main character. I look forward to each update on this novel!Night Ranger
Sirocco: After reading up to chapter 220, I can say that this story is the uncrowned number one novel on this website.
The writing is very well done with a very satisfying flow and pace. There are no fillers and no repetition. Each chapter is a delight to read and the source of incrutiating pain (because we have to wait for the next chapter).
The world building unravels as the story progresses and it makes sense. There is some plot armor but it is very light armor as it is justified by the previous knowledge of MC.
The enemies don't talk for the sake of talking and there is no stupid evil person offending the MC with no concrete benefit unlike many other stories.
The translation quality is top notch and is stable. We wish there would be one or two more chapters per week but hey, we can't have everything we want in life I guess.
Overall, I can't wait to read more and wish to thank everyone involved in bringing this magnificent story to all of us. Much love from Algeria!Night Ranger
Zigon: So starting off, this is an amazing novel, one of the best I have read on here. The plot is great, I like the direction it is going and it has alot of potential and room for growth. The author listens to his readers but doesn't just accept everything we tell him to do or change, he first weights the pros & cons it will have on the story and then sees if it fesible to add in his story(also puts his own spin on the idea to make it unique). He is also growing(tremendously) as a new author and has made less and less grammar mistakes since he started writing. The MC is very likeable and has very deep character development (he's dumb at times, but he is still a kid). The background and setting of the story is very nice and in my opinion is a unique spin on novels with similar fantasy setting. If you like novels with: Weak to strong MC, Beast taming, System(Game elements), And Magic, this is the novel for you. Should be Top 10 in original works in my opinion, at least Top 20 just needs more chaptersDivine Beast Tamer
EverlastingDream: I'll thickened my face and rate my own novel. Just to be your frontliner... :)
First of all, thank you for all those who read this novel. And for this those who didn't, I hope you can give this novel a chance and took a peek.
Writing a novel is something that I really liked to do. I've written a lot of it, though those works are not posted on the web as I am always afraid of what others may say about my work.
Until one day, I started reading the comments and reviews from the readers of the book i was reading, and found out that writing a novel is not only about writing your imaginations and stuff but also knowing what your readers thought of what you've written.
So I encourage you guys to write a review for this novel...
This is for my own self-improvement, and for your own self-satisfaction... :)
I hope that you'll keep reading this book... Enjoy... ;) ;) ;)Divine Beast Tamer
DrDreams: I'm glad that the poster actually pointed out that the story isn't his. The orignal name is 'Marvel's Maelstrom' by 'Pibbinator' over on fanfiction.netNaruto In Marvel Universe
: This is the author of Marvel’s Maelstrom, the original poster of this story on FanFiction.Net. I’m not familiar with the site, so getting ahold of whoever posted this is beyond me at the moment. So, I figured I’d leave a review for them or anyone else interested, and hope it gets to where it needs to go.
I did not approve my story getting posted on this site. He did not contact me, in fact the only reason I’m aware is because of a PM sent to me by a concerned reader. If I had agreed, I’d have requested that the title be the same as my own to avoid any confusion, and that a part of the description asks the readers to at least visit my story on FanFiction.Net. The reason for this is because if you want to leave a review or even private message me, the best way for me to see it is by doing it on the FanFiction.Net page. That way I see it immediately and I can respond to you if you’re messaging me. That, and I’d like as many people visiting the actual story as I can. I’m selfish like that lol.
The only reason I’m not upset over this is because the author had the courtesy to give me credit in the description. I’m not going to ask that this be taken down, or stopped. All I ask is for the poster of this to do as I requested above. I’m glad that this is spreading and people seem to be reacting amazingly to it, but I’d have preferred if you simply asked ahead of time. If the poster or anyone reading this would like to get ahold of me, private messaging me on FanFiction.Net is your best bet. I’m also on Reddit, under the same name, if for whatever reason the fanfic site isn’t an option. Thanks to anyone who’s enjoyed my story so far, and I hope to see your reviews soon!Naruto In Marvel Universe
JimmyBlah: Starts off as your usual 'naruto novel/reincarnation' blah blah blah, BUT it honestly turns into a really heartfelt and handmade piece of art. I can't stress how much I really fell for this novel. Thanks muffin man :) <3Naruto world reincarnation
GodofSin: Haha this is what you call extraordinary why? Because the Mc dies not only that he doesn't go and be op like others it like the first chapter haha my my this is what you call a good fan fiction you should finish this it would bring you benefits in your writing skills as an author muffin time and this is what all I could say as a 3-4 years of being a Daoist my self haha. Good luck.Naruto world reincarnation
Backish: Hi, I just got done reading your novel. I have to say I really like your story. It's very entertaining--keep on coming with the updates. Please don't stop halfway with the novel. I really want to see how your version of Naruto plays off. On behalf of me and all your fans, thank you for having the inspiration, patience, and courage to write this novel. Please keep the updates coming, thank you.Naruto world reincarnation
AbsoluteZero: While Heavenly Jewel Change offers a short period of entertainment, the shortcomings eventually cause this novel to fall short of greatness.
Let's start with the unique aspect of the novel, or what appears to be at first glance, the cultivation system. Jewels, an interesting representation of the usual power scheme and one that, early on, is novel enough to garner some excitement. However, they became far less important, actually becoming irrelevant, as the novel continues. What should be the unique foundation of each character and enemy eventually turns to bland repetition or outright unimportance.
Characters come next, most importantly the main character, and here's where the real disappointment comes. The MC can be outright infuriating. While the novel continually claims he is intelligent or charming it fails to be expressed in the actual writing. It feels as if he's saying the obvious thing or doing something downright ridiculous, and then being praised as some genius from the heavens. In actuality, his genius and talent throughout the entire novel come across as blind luck and easily given. There's never a point where he says something stupid or normal and isn't heralded as a genius of his time. He could say, "air, it keeps you alive" and everyone around him would be enlightened by his gigantic cock and unmatched brain. Okay, that was a little more fire than I originally intended but that's how it feels throughout HJC. It's not much different for his harem.
The world building. Not fantastic. There are different powers with their own unique aspects but they never shine as all that unique. Where there should be distinctive differences there is once again bland descriptions that end up feeling vague and almost irrelevant.
Now what I've written may seem harsh, and perhaps it is, but each novel needs a method of standing out. HJC has that at first, some unique aspects that make it exciting to read, but they are abandoned or turned into another bland trope eventually. Is it a decent novel? If you can stand the stomach-turning way he gets his harem, perhaps it is. To me, it's worth reading at first but not in its entirety.
The Ruffian Battalion is where the MC belongs and it's where he should have stayed.Heavenly Jewel Change
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