Maybe, but that is not what's written. Don't always try to fill such gaping plot holes. It's fine when there are a few in a huge novel, but when there are multiple crippling plot holes just 10 webnovel chapters into a novel, it just shows the lacking skill of the author. In such cases, it's better to just drop the book to save yourself from future pain.
No offense, but you really need help. You saw someone post a very negative review about a book, and decided to tell them to reread it. When they ask why, you literally have no reason. I am just wondering how you function in the real world. To answer your question, no, there was nothing obvious about what you said. There was not even a hint of logic at all.
The moment you start having to fill gaping plot holes every chapter, it is no longer just reading. It is now a fan fiction.
Oof. I overestimated the writing quality. It's chapter 8. Perfect.
No, this single class of spells makes the entire mage class irrelevant. The way it is written, you will beat any mage regardless of level as long as you cast the absolute zone first and the enemy does not use the same element as you. A literal god of wind, for example, would be powerless against any random chum on the street. Considering how early this appeared, and how weak and useless the one who has it is, this spell is likely as common as a simple fireball once you are over lvl 5. Either that or this is just pure plot convenience and plot armor, which is 100% possible. We will learn that this skill is exclusive to only max-level, god-level beings who rule over universes with their complete control over specific elements. The MC just so happened to chance on the only being in the entire history (and future) of this multiverse to actually have this skill at duch a low level. And now the MC will have this god-exclusive skill when she is still just a weak bug in the corner of some tiny neighborhood patch of trees at chapter 15 (forgpot the actual chapter, but it was really early. 30 max) Sure. Quality writing.[img=recommend]
Writing quality: The writing quality might be passable, but it's boring. Story development: The MC's skill allows for exponential growth and level up. He should be the strongest in the sory by chapter 100 at the absolute slowest. Instead, he us tied down by useless baggage that is just there for plot convenience and harem material. Character: MC is boring and everyone in that universe is dumb and arrogant for no reason, and just die off the sentence after being introduced. World Baclground: "The highest talent in history was A grade". "The highest score is 200,000 and the avereage score for the top spot in histpry was 130,000." In MC's batch alone, there are S, and A level talents, but they scored less than 80,000. TLDR: The characters are boring, story is forced, and the world design is inconsistent. Terrible.
That is only true because meditation brings no tangible benefit and pleasure in the real world. This novel mentions that there is pleasure from the power-up the MC gets from cultivation due to his cultivation speed from his insane talent. Add to that the fact that you don't get uncomfortable from sitting, there is no need to eat or sleep, I think people can do something for an extended period. There are people who play game all day every day for years. If you also include that time seems to pass really quickly in cultivation, a common trope in cultivation novels, I think a hard-working and focused person from Earth could cultivate for 40 years.
First, if it was about greed, I would not even complain. If his body was like an elixer that healed you (Like Aurora in Legendary Mechanic), and the researchers were just extracting his blood and organs, that would make sense. Greed over morals is such a human characteristic. But no, MC is powerless and has 0 use. He is no different than a normal person. But they torture him for the sake of torturing him. This is why I called this the worst setup in the entire Webnovel catalogue. I wasn't talking about the powerless guards, but the officers and people in power who have knowledge about this. And yeah, there is a book Death Mage Doesn't want a Fourth Time (or something similar). But his case was different. He was a son of a prostitut* and was sold as a research subject. This actually makes sense, and is backed by real-life precedents. This is an actual example about human greed and desperation. Not this trash here. So yeah, worst setup.
The Cake of Damocles.
And we FINALLY found out the dao she took to reach Godhood.
Half a serving of demon fox.
They might be Genin, but they are Genin with the skill set and power of a top Jonin(as they beat or almost beat Kakashi not to mention their growth). Average C rank missions are easier and safer to them than D rank are to normal genin. Having more detail and focus on it would be like spending chapters to explain, in excruciating detail, the techniques and tools used to weed a yard while trying to sell us on the risks of spraining their back. I think a timeskip here makes sense.
Just remember, to Anko, Yuna is just 12. So.... FBI!!
Some "cultured" books, like this fanfic, spends time to introduce the plot before you get to the "plot". If you know what I mean.
Nothing screams "Murica" quite like a good-old school shooting.
I love this. These small details are what separates a good storyteller and a mediocre one. It shows that the author has a world in their head they want to show us. Thses little details are what separates "just another fantasy story" and a different world. I hope it keeps up. Great start.
That was for safety reasons AKA the wolves he killed. He can hold on to it then drop it and run if he needs to. Unlike putting it in his bag, dropping it is easy then. Ad don't say that the smell of blood will attract beasts. He is already covered in blood after that fight. It's ok. It will be plot convenienced so that he gets tons of money anyway so the extra meat wouldn't matter.
When you try to fact-check someone, you should fact-check yourself first. And no, these types of health-related information is not enough to quickly "look up". You actually have to go in and see what the articles and studies are saying. You cannot just look at the highlight shown in Google. They will highlight the word you looked up. So if you looked up "rainwater bacteria", they will give you a list of bacteria without telling you some of the most important information like where the sample was collected. You need to go in and at least skim through the article itself.