I'm just a random guy, but I have a desire to write and I hope that doing it here will help me improve as a writer, and maybe I can get into writing professionally.
It is magic. Don't overthink it.
The guy is in the fourth realm of magic cultivation, but he is rank 5 on the system's power scale. If it's a little confusing, I know, but it's better explained in the next chapter.
just a fancy way to say fire manipulation
I apologize, I hadn't noticed. I have already corrected it. Thank you very much for your comments.
one of the many planets in that universe
Ufff, you'll have to read another 36 chapters for that.
Thanks again for your suggestions and for marking my spelling mistakes (I hope you are enjoying the story despite them). I really appreciate it.
grown man's fist.
Okay, I don't know who you are, but I want to thank you for all the comments you've made pointing out the grammatical errors in the chapters. I've fixed them.
Lately, I have received some comments (too many, in fact) about Mc's behavior; about him being too stupid, incompetent, Simp or just being beaten up too much. Don't worry, this will change as the story progresses. However, there is a reason for this. The Mc is a normal person, who died one ordinary day and who (apart from his immortal body, a deficient system, and a skill he still doesn't understand) does not possess any special qualities. He is not a super genius either, so it is quite obvious that he will make stupid mistakes at the beginning. Just don't expect such a person to become super OP and invincible overnight (otherwise the title of the story wouldn't make sense). Thanks for reading.
No offense, but... Please explain to me, how does asking someone respectfully for something makes you a Simp?
Okay, first of all, I want to thank you for your review even if it wasn't very positive. Even so, as a novice writer,I appreciate any kind of criticism, good or bad, that can help me improve my writing in the future. Second, regarding the numerous grammatical errors and the poor amount of vocabulary, (I know it's not an excuse) but English is not my native language and I'm far from being able to master it. I am still practicing. However, I try to maintain a certain quality of writing, so I always proofread and correct all the chapters before publishing them. I don't know how many chapters you read before abandoning the story, but if you got past thirty chapters you will surely have noticed that where it says "Author's Thoughts" I almost always ask to be informed of possible errors so I can correct them as soon as possible. I am aware that we are not all the same and that we all have different tastes. Still, I'm very sorry you didn't like the story. Thank you very much and I hope you have a nice day (or afternoon or night. I don't know what time it is in your country, Hahaha). PS: I liked the Five Hargreeves gif, it made the review much lighter.
Honestly, I don't know how to feel about this.
The Mc is supposed to be American. So he should be used to the Anglo-Saxon system of units and not to use the metric decimal system.
Okay. But you also have the option of thinking that maybe the monsters in this story are not exactly the same as the fantasy stories of our world. (This way we can pretend that I made a mistake).
Really? I thought it wasn't necessary since Idetailed it in previous chapters. In any case: Enid is the Alument. Thalia is a 1.7 meters (5.5 ft) tall Asrakian. Cassius is the Draun. Runan is the Rassling. Zarich (brown hair and gray eyes) and Lieon (dark blue eyes and blond hair) are human.
The Austra continent is west of the central continent. So.... technically yes.