I tried reading but it was too hard. Author uses the … to end almost every single sentence/paragraph. It drove me crazy.
I still have no idea what black rock shooter is but this story is amazing anyways, one of my new favorites
I’m on chapter 129
Really horrible translation, instead of being called “One Piece”, the world is called “The Pirate”. It’s just a bad mtl.
One who trains swordsmanship: Swordsman One who trains fightsmanship: Fightsman
Its pretty good, I just noticed that you’re missing question marks and exclamation points in the places they belong. Without them you cant really tell the MCs tone of voice. I dont know if you fixed this because I haven’t read too far yet
“Oh my goodness, its really him, he is destined to be one of the greatest experts of all time”. “tssss~” he sucked in a breath of air at this discovery. Lol it becomes easier and easier to guess the author’s train of thought in these types of novels.
It seems fine on the surface, but many sentences make no sense, breaking any sense of immersion you have. It’s one of those things that can make you drop on chapter one.
Your writing style is confusing. I dont understand why you dont use quotation marks. It makes it kind of difficult to read. It’s like the characters are speaking to eachother through their thoughts.
Does anybody mind commenting a better synopsis on this review? I can’t read without knowing what I’m getting myself into.
[Extreme Writing Tip] I just noticed that you don’t fully capitalize the names of places. What I mean is Soaring cloud city—>Soaring Cloud City. It’s the same for chapter titles as well. :-)
I can understand the writing of a 2 year old better than I will ever understand the author’s writing. I cannot comprehend how the grammar got so bad. I would be suprised if the author is using google translate, because google translate seems pretty good after reading this.
Ｉ ａｃｃｉｄｅｎｔａｌｌｙ ｄｏｗｎｌｏａｄｅｄ ａ ｖｉｒｕｓ ａｎｄ ｎｏｗ Ｉ ｃａｎ ｏｎｌｙ ｗｒｉｔｅ ｉｎ ＷＩＤＥ ＬＡＴＩＮ ａｎｄ ａｌｓｏ ｗｈｅｎｅｖｅｒ Ｉ ｔｙｐｅ ＷＩＤＥ ＬＡＴＩＮ ｉｔ ａｕｔｏｍａｔｉｃａｌｌｙ ｇｅｔｓ ｃａｐｉｔａｌｉｚｅｄ ｈｅｌｐ
This is a fairly early review but so far its a pretty good read. The one major problem I see is the author is writing from a 3rd person point of view but then accidentally uses a 1st person point of view. It’s incredibly jarring and the only gripe I have. When the narrator is summarizing whats happening it shouldn’t seem like the MC is speaking.