Six Tubes Buddha
Not bad, but also not that good. The very bad thing about this is that MC would share the information regarding his cheats ie. his high luck and information regarding his talent to strangers. I mean he just met new people and he's already telling them what is supposed to be his secret. Also his high luck isn't really doing much right now. You would imagine that with such high luck he would have like a very high chance to trigger his skill, but nope. His luck right now is just kind of like a decoration. The final straw for me is that MC was all about being a loner professional player trying to earn money(you would think that there is something special about him like he's very good at gaming, but nope), then it turns out that he would need to join a guild in the end to actually earn a lot of money and progress more than being a loner. I might change my review if his luck and talent started working in the future.
Just one more virtual game story to throw in the pile. The guy reveals his talent to others without an issue, but it's not like it's OP. It relies on luck and the chances are 1 in a million. In fact, all his skills seem to rely on luck and even though he got a 9/10 luck stat, the chances are just too low for any of them. Final recommendation = SKIP! There are better ones in the platform
Not great but good enough to spend a few minutes of your day on, I wouldn't mind reading more of this. I don't really care that he tells others his stats and skills, I find the hiding of info from people trope a little annoying at times. Also it's not really detrimental to the story right now, it's not like others won't figure it out sooner or later. His luck might not be a super power i.e it's not dropping UBER AWESOME stuff for him but it's more than enough to give him a slight advantage. He's not wiping out his enemies with a wave of his hand, those types of novels are fun to read for a bit but it gets boring in my opinion. Overall a fun read.
The premise from the sinopse and early chapters is arrogant overpower no guild, in the chapter 10 he is dumb, useless, weak and naive, I can't understand how a Mc that left the a job to try to get a live in games, will be this clueless about the game, you left your income, the first thing is have a deep knowledge about the game, I was not expecting that. Is a good novel if you want to read a slow story with a naive mc, I don't want thought.
Story is pretty fun, sadly looks like it goes mtl at the paid chapters. But it’s a fun little read. Story is pretty fun, sadly looks like it goes mtl at the paid chapters. But it’s a fun little read. Story is pretty fun, sadly looks like it goes mtl at the paid chapters. But it’s a fun little read. Story is pretty fun, sadly looks like it goes mtl at the paid chapters. But it’s a fun little read. Story is pretty fun, sadly looks like it goes mtl at the paid chapters. But it’s a fun little read.
I read until 46. The translation quality dropped after 40. The final nail in the coffin for me was the “level 20 gear was less expensive than level 15 gear.” This made no sense. He is the ONLY character in the entire game world that is at level 20 and others are not only pulling level 20 gear from level 13-15 mobs, but people are just selling it for cheap. There are several issues with the novel that can be overlooked, but with a bad translation and bad logic, I cannot continue on. Good luck all readers.