The lord of all that is unholy.
1) He did lose fights. 2) If you paid attention, you'd know that foreign gods (like the Overlord and the Warden) have limited influence in the lower realm. Them not being able to conquer the mortal worlds has nothing to do with strength. 3) This story isn't for everyone.
Oh yeah. That use of "pursue" to replace "follow" or "carry on" was a bad habit I picked up and dropped years ago for reasons I don't remember. It is not incorrect, per se, but bad writing for sure. As for "revolt" being archaic, that's correct. Today I'd argue that in a formal war context, it can still play a role and add gravity to the situation. That aside, yeah, it doesn't make for fluid writing. As for why WN authors prefer it, I don't know. Maybe they also speak French, in which case it makes perfect sense. But judging from my inkstone data, French isn't a common second language here.
I don't know man, I wrote this a long time ago and need some context to fully address what you're talking about but... 1) In the sense of "rising in rebellion," Revolt and Rebel are interchangeable verbs (unless you're going into political semantics—I want no part in that). 2) I often used "pursue" when talking about the Grand Dao, Supremacy, or related Xianxia terms. In that sense, it means "chase" and is also correct. Now, I'm sure there are words I've used incorrectly. Maybe even these two, depending on circumstances. But I'd need context to address that.
Thanks for the love mate.
Hi, I created a new account (Evil_Dao) and am writing a new story there (Reverend Ecstasy).
That's not the case. 579 is the final chap.
Either you skimmed through pages or you outright didn't read the story. If you did you'd know that by the end of the first volume, there are only three named females. One is the mc's lover, another is an enemy, and the last turns into a subordinate. So where exactly are the "thousands of goddesses?" In the very first chapter, it is written black on white, that the mc dallied with plenty of princesses in his homeworld, he just never considered them to be relationship material. What is wrong with that? Not being fazed by random beauties after nearly two centuries of existence is a natural occurance. How did that also become a problem? You seem to be specifically looking for smut-oriented cultivation novels; I've never advertised this as one. Not sure why you bring such complaints here.
There's a Shameless Mc tag not an Anti-Hero mc tag. I've warned people that the harem is small and will therefore be introduced slowly, with the second candidate coming soon (this is only the second volume). You don't like the romance or story, that's fine. But I didn't try to market this as what it isn't. Please don't put words in my mouth.
There's clearly something fishy going on.
Now, this is what I call idiocy. Among all the harebrained fools I've ever seen, you definitely deserve the royal crown. Let me get this straight. You checked an author's profile, saw that he has three stories with 4.8+ star ratings and concluded that he has to delete reviews...because his stories are harem based? That made sense to you? Let's not even mention why your words show a textbook blend of hubris and bigotry. Your time is so worthless to you that you wasted it by dumping a meaningless review on a story you're not even reading. What are you, a man in diapers? Grow up and go find some meaning to your life, because clearly, you haven't already. As for spamming, feel free to try. Webnovel has wisened up to trolls like you. It won't take me 24 hours to get your account suspended.
Hi, thank you for giving this comprehensive review. Though I do not agree with all you've said, you've raised several points where I could have done better. There's a lot of merit in your words and, if you're willing to, I'd like to engage with you and find out precisely some of the events that turned you off--so to speak (though I can guess some through your review). However, you've cited some points that are untrue. Even at the latest chapter, there is no Heavenly God capable of defeating, much less slaying Dao Emperors. Perhaps you were referring to Xerzan, who can only defeat Empyrean Monarchs, and for that is the number one talent of our current world. Another point is Dao Emperors being the highest level achievable, which is also untrue, that title belongs to Ancestors (as mentioned at the end of the Grand Cataclaclysm arc). I personally dislike stories where the mc is the only one (or one of the rare few across 2,000 chapters) able to fight above his cultivation level, so I like emphasize the value of the cultivator's Foundation, and show that it's more about the tools they possess. Regardless, I'm not sure what chapter you stopped at, but I'd enjoy hearing more on the topic.
The first (or second, depending on how you see it) harem member appears in V2. As for R-18, I don't really mind or care, but from what I'm seeing, nowadays it's really bad for business so...I don't wanna shoot myself in the foot.
Nah the peak of the fifth step is for something else.
Yes. For several reason, Refiners and Cultivators are distinct entities (mainly because Cultivatiors pursue the Dao while Refiners want to free their fleshly bodies and lives, in a larger sense--from all restrictions--to achieve true freedom. You can see them as the anarchs of the cultivation world).
I'm not sure I understand what you mean. Are you referring to the mental weed? Cuz that's just trolling. He's not running from anything, but also believes that he can't hold himself accountable for every person hit by a domino effect of his battles with Gods and co. The line about those he directly harmed referred to his past enemies, for whom the tribulation also makes him experience guilt.