Some peasant who has a weakness for outdated memes
Experts predict this will negatively impact the 500 degree knife youtuber population
Me too, this stroke might be contagious
Gonna assume that's supposed to be " in the seven sects alliance"
I genuinely enjoyed this one in the beginning. I even ignored the first crumbs of nationalism to continue reading, but the further you read the worse it gets. Sad really.
Anyone that has learned magic should be stronger than you who has had it for like a day!
Oh, that's 7 years of bad luck right there!
Using zhang as a unit of length in a novel that's been translated into english... is an interesting choice
May Nintendo remain unaware or merciful, amen.
If the environment is that hot you want to keep that wet clothing on, because water that evaporates takes heat with it thus cooling your body.
Why is he considering it?
Ah, it's a pain. The main character is supposed to be smart but here we have a guy who activates a system, experiences it's benefits and STILL can't be bothered to check its functions. Until much later when he is in class and forgets you can think without talking out loud and making a fool out of himself... Also I don't care if this is a world that only respects the strong, there is no way in hell that everyone will collectively take time out of their day just to make his life hell. Some would probably sure... but most people will just not give a flying fuck about a person they disdain and see below them. "Trash" may just be the most used word of this novel and even when the main character proves his strength he is still trash. Now wonder I couldn't read this even at my second attempt
Then disproven as they asked themselves why there was supposed to be a fight in the first place and they did the basic minimum of their job, asked around and learned about the previous fight...
PRAISE THE FOOL!
The amount of people with strong opinions about how this world works although it was barely introduced to us is baffling to me. Just because things work a certain way in one novel doesn't mean it works the same in another. Chill and let the author show you his world.
We tend to put them too close to our eyes for too long. For us to accurately see close objects the lenses in our eyes have to increase their curvature which puts a strain on them if held for too long. To lessen that effect it can help to regularly look into the distance for some time (I think it was at least 20 seconds, but don't quote me on that)