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Ok. I want to make some premises: 1) I'm not here to offend the author. While I know my review will be upsetting, I apologize in advance. The problem is that the situation is frustrating for me. 2) I'm at chapter 15 and will keep reading, but I don't know for how long. Now, into the review. The first thing that caught my eye about this book was the extremely huge number of power stones. Given this, I told myself to give it a try, thinking I would find something good to read. Unfortunately, I was wrong. 1) Writing quality: It is a mess. The tenses are all messed up. The author frequently broke the fourth wall to explain things (for example, he did it while trying to explain how big the planet the story takes place in is. He talked about Russia, real-life earth, and addressing earth as OUR, referred to the readers', earth.) 2) Stability of the update: It is good—nothing to say about it. 3) Story development: The story is simple; the MC goes back in time (Clichè, I can accept to start with, but I hoped that he would put something new onto the table); he was a villain (I don't understand why someone should define himself as a villain like it is some kind of role. Everyone has their reason to do things, be it money, sex, status, family, love, etc. No, here the MC defines himself as a Villain like it is some RPG role.) and after going back in time, the first thing he does is get a system (while the system is a clichè, it is still ok. The author also put a good reason why he has the system, albeit clichè too.) Ofc, the MC, knowing the future and having been extremely powerful in the past, uses his knowledge to immediately do something that would make the others refer to him as a genius (another clichè, poorly executed, to be honest). I stopped here reading. Now, if the clichè itself is ok, it really makes me mad when so many cliches are used in 15 chapters. This book is like any other of the many books you can read here, the difference being the name of the MC, a little bit of the world-building, and the power he got from the system. I can't really understand how other readers can still read this kind of thing after reading 15-20 books with the same premises and starting the same clichès and MC. 4) Character design: Even here, there is nothing new. The MC is the usual cold and cool character who, thanks to his reincarnation, knows anything about the opponent, knows any fighting technique, etc. The MC's mother, as usual, the one who loves the son at crazy levels, the one that has double behaviors since she sometimes is aggressive against the others but sometimes is totally normal. We have the usual father that does everything for the son, the OP grandpa that the MC must save to avoid the family going into ruins. Everything is so damn clichè. There isn't a single thing good. 5) He does belong to the wealthiest and most powerful city of nation X( as usual), there are adventures (as usual), and the rank goes from G to SSS (as usual). There is not even an attempt to make proper rankings,

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