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Mohammed_Kudo: I’ll be home soon

End of the Magic Era
5 months ago
Yep View More

Draconax: Oh, thank you! Yeah, that’s why I wrote this. I’m planning to write some more maybe. Would ppl be interested in that?

End of the Magic Era
5 months ago
Lol, "I'll try ED" out of context. Sorry i am childish. View More

Draconax: Yeah... I feel you there. The basic pattern can be summed up into: Shi Feng knows where treasure is. Claims treasure. Makes friend with big shot (i.e Aqua Rose, Gentle Snow, Phoenix Rain, Midnight Tea Party (I’ve never realized how ridiculous these names are until now)) while claiming treasure. About three filler chapters of what to do with the treasure. Gets into fight with a major power. Uses treasure against major power. Everybody is amazed. Forget about treasure or it was a onetime use treasure. Rinse and repeat. But yeah, it’s like fast food, 3/Chapters per Day, not good quality, bad for you, but you can’t stop eating it. Also, thanks, I’ll try out ED.

End of the Magic Era
5 months ago

Draconax: THIS IS AN ACTUAL REVIEW WITH DETAILS AND SUMMARY. READ IT.

IF YOU WANT TO GET TO THE REVIEW, SKIP THIS PARAGRAPH. First, I would like to say that this novel deserves a higher rating than it currently has. Why? Because several people have left one-star reviews, claiming that the other novel in the "What's Next" section had more reviews. This is not true! Also, the original novel is NOT DROPPED. These rumors have been propagated by one single user who has also been leaving hate comments and abuse. Now, onto business.

Overall Summary: I've only read to chapter 10, the latest chapter released, but it seems pretty good so far. The basic premise is that there is a character, named Lin Yun, living during the apocalypse. It's a magic world, but they used up all of the mana, and now there is none left, and their world is ravaged by disasters. The main character is originally from Earth. However, this seems unneeded as it is not relevant to the story in any way as far as I can tell. Lin Yun is struck by a mysterious phenomenon, causing them to transmigrate into the body of one Mafa Merlin, a 9th Rank Magic Apprentice. Mafa belongs to a trading company called the Flashing Gold Chamber of Commerce, and is very wealthy. However, his father was with their fleet of ships transporting several extremely valuable goods when a storm struck and sunk the fleet, killing his father and bankrupting the Flashing Gold Chamber of Commerce. Artemis Fowl, anyone? Now, creditors are coming to collect, but Mafa has no money to give them. Lin Yun, however, retains the knowledge of his two past lives, and is aware of several advanced techniques that would not exist for centuries, allowing him to advance into a 1st Rank Mage. And I can't reveal any more without spoilers! Yay!

Translation Quality: 5/5: Not much to say here. Good grammar, slightly odd sentence structure, but that could be more due to the original style than the translator's style. Thanks for translating this, Shiraishi!

Stability of Updates: 5/5: This one I can't really judge, since we haven't had any updates, but the original mass release (10 chapters) was enough to get a basic idea of the storyline, and apparently there will be 14/Chapters per Week, or 2/Chapters per Day. Thanks for translating, again, Shiraishi!

Story Development: 2/5: Unfortunately, I'm going to have to give this one a 2/5. Why? Because there's not really a plot. Yes, I am perfectly aware that I have only read 10 chapters and that there is probably an actual plot. Here's the problem. The MC is insanely OP. He's aware of advanced techniques, looks like an alchemy genius, and so forth. That's the problem with so much future knowledge. Additionally, there is so much FACE-SLAPPING! Like, so much of it. It's the equivalent of... let's imagine you're in a technology competition. There's a really rich kid competing with you who has gotten this far on money alone. But now, he has to compete based solely on his skill... and he produces the technology needed to go faster than lightspeed. This is through no fault of your own, the problem is that the kid is from the future and knows how to build stuff that comes in several centuries. Do you see the problem? Now, let's say the... government wants his stuff. Unfortunately, the kid can also build giant mechas, plasma cannons, interstellar ships, and even technology that can stop a nuke. That's what the equivalent of this is. There's not going to be much of a plot because the MC is just THAT OP.

Character Design: 4/5: This one's a bit hard to judge, since we've only seen about five different characters, including the MC. The MC himself is not that well-developed so far, but it's sort of funny to watch him drool over really common items since they don't exist far into the future. Going back to our earlier example, it's like the kid drooling over seeing a piece of wood. Maybe trees don't exist in the far future! Then, we have Raymond, the son of the old caretaker/housekeeper. He's a 5th Rank Mage who gets face-slapped by the MC. Then, Raymond is all, OMG, you're amazing, I'm gonna follow you around. He ends up getting amazing (to him) rewards from the MC, but the sad part is that the MC doesn't even notice... next comes the "uncle." Have you ever seen that trope where the family relative tries to take the MC's stuff after the parents die? Yeah. That's him, and he's the main reason that Character Design is losing a star.

World Background: 5/5: Again, not much so far, but it's pretty well developed. It's a world called Noscent, and personally, I think the whole, "running out of mana" thing is very interesting. The ranking system goes like this: Magic Apprentice --> Mage --> Great Mage --> High Mage --> Archmage. They have something similar for other jobs as well, like Alchemist. In the beginning, we also get some fun background info about what wrecked the world, and later in the book, about other cities and countries, and so forth.

Overall, this is pretty good, but there is likely to be a lot of face-slapping and MC being OP, so if you don't like this sort of thing, don't read it! I can't speak as to romance because we haven't even seen any female characters yet, so I don't know if there is romance. Also, Shiraishi is a very good translator! Thanks! I personally am going to keep reading this. Upvote this comment if you liked it so that more people can get ACTUAL reviews and not just random five-star or one-star reviews.

End of the Magic Era
5 months ago
It really does, because he was always busy and didnt have a chance to play. Ignoring the lack of a mission for the unlocking of both Act lV an V View More

Cybir: I feel like I skipped some chapters. I mean, I don't mind the author avoiding the constanmt grond of familiar VG, but I don't even remember Act 4 coming out, where was the mission for it?


How can I keep track of his suffering, if i don't even know what's making him suffer?!?

Black Tech Internet Cafe System · C198
7 months ago
More than one system? Possibility of conflict/competition/alliances between system users kind of development? View More

Gultc: He prob is spying for thé competition or is something of a reviewer

Number One Dungeon Supplier · C213
7 months ago
Won... through the pet tournament... better placement, better buff View More

agedbrandy: The pets shouldn't be able to fight for you but maybe provide one buff while with you. Buffs can only be won not purchased.

Number One Dungeon Supplier · C213
7 months ago
At first I thought Know-It-All was another dungeon supplier but as the chapter went it seems mire likely that he is a staff for a dungeon supplier. Just a hunch for the relation he has to a dungeon supplier though, it might be one of the Zodiac sects or one of the Tiger princesses brothers View More
Number One Dungeon Supplier · C213
7 months ago
Not homes, dungeons. Not people, immortal monsters. Not stealing all they have, harvesting a renewable resource. View More

PeakLevelTrash: Yes! Rather than luring people and and killing them, it's much better to invade others' homes, kill all those who dare defy you, steal all they have, wait for them to revive, then rinse and repeat!

Number One Dungeon Supplier · C111
7 months ago
Very *cough* exited *cough cough* *wink wink* View More
Number One Dungeon Supplier · C64
7 months ago
Takes nap, learns rocket science. "Aaaahhhhh man, i was so looking forward to spending 20 years studying this. Thats just too bad." View More
Number One Dungeon Supplier · C11
7 months ago
Monsters with the potential to become smarter actually. Not people View More

bukvyrm: So kidnap people from another world to be your gladiator slaves?... Actually that's typical of cultivator novel morality...

Number One Dungeon Supplier · C3
7 months ago
Actually the same world View More

Kalkune: Fu Jui was a girl in another world. Got transferred to this world into a body that's female but the body's old owner mother raised her like a male.

National School Prince Is A Girl · C1
7 months ago
Sounds good View More
National School Prince Is A Girl · C1
7 months ago
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