Re: Level 100 Farmer
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Re: Level 100 Farmer


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Read Re: Level 100 Farmer novel written by the author John_Doever on Webnovel, This serial novel genre is Fantasy stories, covering action, reincarnation, overpowered, isekai, videogame. ✓ Newest updated ✓ All rights reserved


When Li's level 100 game character is transported to a fantasy world, he realizes he is unstoppable. But...all he wants to do is be a farmer? Watch as Li tries to maintain his peaceful daily life in a chaotic world full of magic and knights. ===Foreword=== Slow Pace: This novel does have a slow pace with things building up piece by piece over time. However, this also means that the further you read, the more connections will begin linking up and the more the story will start building up. OP MC: The MC in this novel is extremely powerful from the very beginning. If this appeals to you, then check this novel out. Crafting/Farming Warning: This is a warning to say that if you are looking for a novel that focuses entirely on a crafting system or farming, then I have to say that this novel does eventually move on from the whole farming premise, getting much larger in scope overall. ===Doever Writing Quality Guarantee=== I can give a solid guarantee that the writing quality of this novel is of the highest tier on this website. Even though I would like to go through many of the initial chapters for a proofread, I still believe the writing quality is top notch for this website. There will be very few mistakes, and the few that do slip by me will not affect readability at all. Now, you may not agree with how the novel develops, but I can at the least guarantee that you will have no trouble actually reading what happens Of course, I am not perfect, so please feel free to point out mistakes and problems and I will be more than happy to fix them! But most importantly, whether you have criticisms or enjoy the book, thanks for reading! ____ If you feel like supporting my work further, then please feel free to donate! https://ko-fi.com/johndoever And if you want to ask any questions, I am always available on my discord at - https://discord.gg/mKvkT36pSQ


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Author here with a shameless review. If you enjoy isekai, especially stories like Overlord that have game story elements, then you're in the right place! Just a warning, the story is rather slow and has a lot of details in it, but I hope you all still give it a chance! As always, I am always open to criticisms and suggestions and, of course, encouragement :D


Okay, I finally had the courage to review the Re: Level 100 Farmer. Grammar: I am Brazilian, so English is not my native language. To tell you the truth, my English is terrible. However, the grammar of the work is almost impeccable. The author generally makes minor edits to chapters, correcting errors that rarely occur here or there. Grammar alone increases the quality of the work much more than most originals here at WN and, if I'm not wrong, is also superior to that of many translators. 5/5 Update: the author performs 1 chapter a day, keeping the frequency stable. One point to note is that the word count per chapter is quite large, equivalent to 2 chapters from other works. 5/5 Character Development: The strongest point of the job, in fact. The protagonist's development, as he adapts more and more to the character of the game, is incredibly detailed and too good to follow. The development of the other characters is also great, with an emphasis on the old one. World Development: The work has few chapters (~ 40), so I can't judge much. However, in the last published chapters, a deposit of very interesting information was made about the world in which the MC is. I will give 4/5. I hope this is a point that will be developed gradually in the way that it is being done. What I can say is: the work is impeccable. The narrative and descriptive parts are extremely good, which contributes to the consequent immersion in the work. I really hope that the author does not get lost in the idea of ​​putting a harem in the work, as this will directly influence the quality, deteriorating it. A romance is great because it will spice things up like any job.


Very refreshing isekai. No world to save (yet, I feel it's going to happen eventually), no cooking for a change, no harem or kids to orbit the MC, just an overpowered dude who wants to do something simple he enjoys, with a bit of buttkicking every once in a while. This is probably the first time I give a novel a 5.0. Solid worldbuilding, solid plot, solid characters, solid writing. Keep it up!


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I'm halfway through and honestly, it has been quite a pleasurable read so far. However, as a trained horticulturist and agronomist, I was slightly disappointed with the lack of research and inaccuracies in some areas. These areas can definitely be improved on, considering its a novel closely linked to agriculture. 1) 'Deep soil,' rarely smells like rain. Petrichor is caused by various factors such as the release of oils from certain plants, generation of geosmin chemical by actinomycetes (a type of soil-dwelling bacteria), and ozone. 2) 'Deep soil, ' is never dark and rich. It does not absorb water well too. They are usually clayey. What gives 'topsoil, ' it's unique water-holding properties and the black and rich look is basically organic materials in various stages of decomposition (dead leaves, branches, wastes from animals etc). There's a complex process where different microbes work in harmony to break down the organic materials; producing a substance called humus which is carbon-rich, and it is what gives topsoil its signature look. 3) Soil that is barren and dry means there's a lack of microorganisms on the top surface of the soil. This may also be due to the overuse of synthetic fertilisers/lime etc that causes a buildup of minerals. 4) The weather and elements impart certain types of nutrients to the soil; weathered and exposed soil contains more nutrients. For example, Phosphorus. The main source of Phosphorus is from the weathering of rocks. I guess in general, I was disappointed that there was no mention of micro-organisms (even though they are essential to agriculture). The dynamics and growing mechanics of lab-grown crops are very different from the field-grown ones, and it's a little sad that the mc does not understand this (despite being a specialist.) I hope the author sees this and considers it for his edits or future novels. Cheers, Chewy


The author puts a lot of effort in detailing an MC and his experience in a game world isekai like Yggdrasil. Although it’s not as novelly grandiose, it is instead contrarily modest. The experience is casual and refreshing. Like the contest it was written for, it is about “secretly overpowered daily life.” Though, how long it will be a secret, time will tell. Writing quality 5/5 Leagues above the average novel here. Stability of Updating 5/5 The author said a chapter a day and his post history says he did, and maybe more. Story Development 5/5 The MC had a goal, jumped on it, and then protected it. There’s no aimless wandering or pointless baggage added. The world interacts based on some cause and effect principles. I don’t see gaping plot holes, just reluctance on the MC’s side to interfere too much so he can live peacefully farming. Character Design 5/5 The MC is not Edgelord McGee nor Mr. All-knowing. He’s fallible, shown by his need to adjust to how his game character adjusts to the new world. The other people also aren’t all cardboard cutouts. They have goals themselves and affect others. World Background 5/5 The setup designed a background for the MC to explain himself and a world for the game to integrate. You will get a layout of the environment in chapters. It’s better than “Place A of greatness and beauty” and “Place B of blandness and ugliness.”


In depth analysis. I tried my best to limit spoilers, and no specific events are mentioned, but I’m not perfect. I felt a little bit of trepidation before beginning this read, as I though “Who would be interested in reading about an OP farmer?” Turns out I am! For a little background, I am currently at about chapter 70 of around 90, (curse this lack of fast passes!) so I’ll update this review later. Secondly, I feel that the synopsis does not do this novel justice. It is about an OP farmer, but it is not just about farming. Without further adieu, on with the review! Writing quality: 5 stars Truly, the author shines the most in this regard. Errors are rare, in fact, I can think of only one or two errors in all of the chapters I have read. The dialogue is well written, descriptions feel smooth, and the writing is thoughtful. I have no complaints here. Stability of Updating: 5 stars Not really much to say here, delivers as advertised. Story Development: 4 stars Now we get to where I have some issues. My first issue is with characters. One thing that becomes prevalent in OP MC scenarios is reactive characters. The story progresses based off of external stimuli. Something happens to threaten the MC, and he responds accordingly. In this story, this is done quite well, with the author providing justification for why this is, which is my favorite thing in a book. Justification is important, and I feel that it is executed well here. With that being said, I’d enjoy the tiniest bit more proactiveness. The next thing, and the thing that is my main issue is that information is given via a need-to-know basis. In reincarnated-through-games novels, I like to think of the video game as a parallel to the old-mentor-who-knows-everything trope. They both teach and give the MC everything they need to know, and the power to use it, respectively. The issue is that the reincarnation version doesn’t give us a power-up montage where we and the MC learn about everything, thus setting the stage for the future. Information about things in the game is given as a justification for power used before the information is shared. If you’re familiar with Brandon Sanderson’s hard/soft magic systems, you’ve realized that this is a pretty big issue. This style bypasses this completely, and you end up with no rules at all. Anything can be justified, because it is always justified after the fact. There is no baseline of power or rules. In my own opinion, this might be the biggest issue with this story. With that wall of text out of the way, on to the positive! If you haven’t already guessed, there is nothing I love more than justification. Other than the aforementioned issues, the story progresses logically and smoothly. I know I just spent a ton of time talking about negatives, only to do a short section on the postives, but these issues are quite minor, and the positives really do outweigh them. The story development is strong, and you will only notice this if you nitpick like I do. Next! Character Design: 4 stars Same issue as with story development. Occasionally, characters act a certain way that doesn’t make sense to me, only to have it justified later. This usually happens with the MC, but it is mostly inconsequential. It is just annoying enough to warrant dropping a star. Other than this, the characters are strong, following their own ideals and goals. They have distinct personalities, and the internal dilemmas that the characters face, mostly the MC are probably some of my favorite scenes in the novel. Also, no harem (thank you). World Background: 5 stars Yeah, not much to say. Well fleshed out and interesting. The world is interesting and unique, and I think the author did a stellar job. Conclusion: Read it. It’s a very good novel, and I have no regrets about it. Other than the need-to-know information, which I think I’ve harped on about for enough time, there are pretty few criticisms I have for this novel.


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Very promising first chapters! The MC is interesting and feels like an actual person. The novel feels great to read. The focus of the novel has been of the MC's love for nature and farming so its great that he starts off ultra strong. He doesn't have to focus on getting stronger so the story doesn't get sidetracked by random cultivation chapters. Looking forward to more of this!


After working through the first 12 chapters I find this a very entertaining and well-written piece of work. The author does a great job fleshing out the setting and drawing you in and engaging his readers. Definitely one of the better novels around and well worth reading and looking forward to when the next chapter comes out.


Love it. Love seeing original authors make it big. Keep that same energy every chapter fam. Take my money please, take it. Give me the good stuff fam😁👌💵💴💰


Good book read all the chapters in one sitting... like that the mc isn’t just a let’s go kill the demon king guy. Hdhdhdyhwjsksjbdbeisygabsjskjebebduudbwbdjidudududehhrhrhdhdjfjufieieidhdhdjdiieueuehdjdjndndjd


I’ve only read a few chapters I. But I love it already. Great plot, characters and I love the idea of a powerful person just wanting to live a peaceful life. Great read so it’s a 5/5 from me.


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I'll probably change my review accordingly since it's still in the early chapters and the author said his story would be kinda slow-paced. For character design.....while it's not entirely unique......it's still unique because I've never encountered a novel with a race that different from a human that's not a dragon or something human-like. The development of the story is absolutely great, fast paced novels usually tend to focus more on how mc gets strong and forget about the MC's actual personality. Though the mc is already established and continuing character development is on occurrence, the information given about world background is too little at this point thus why my review(rating) will change accordingly. If I were to give my opinion on the story on what kind of vibe it gives; it reminds me of the tragic start of a lore of old, finally finding peace at 1 aspect of life.....well just my opinion. Good luck with the continuity of the novel hope to see regular chapters.


The real pros of this book are the details given and the writing in my opinion, while the world background is also full, the Mc doesn’t have any real goals and only reacts to external stimuli by ch 17, maybe make him want to create the best farm at least don’t make him only react to external simulation


This story is frickin' steak sauce! An absolute gold in a pile of heaping dung that is this website's collection of trash stories. Honestly, I grew tired of isekai novels long ago so I knew this wouldn't be my cup of tea, but just a few chapters in and dayummm... this author has got ze talent! Kudos to you, Author! Get stoned with my power stones~!


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