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UMO

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2022-09-08 JoinedGlobal
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  • UMO
    UMO9mth
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    I didn't even reach the ntr part, decided to drop and write this before reading the reviews/spoilers.Having system luck/destiny plundering harem as a combo is an easy recipe for contrived plot and incoherent characters. I think there might be some novels that could make that combo work but this novel isn't one of them.

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    Villainous Young Master's Otherworldly Harem
    Fantasystarry8sword
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  • UMO
    UMO9mth
    Posted

    Seemed interesting at the start but strength and plot progression are really wack.

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    I Planted Crops Alone After Awakening The Weakest Farmer Job Class
    GamesCrossover
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  • UMO
    UMO10mth
    Posted

    Forced developments. Shallow, one-dimensional characters. Shoddy world building. Wow, nothing really stands out.

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    Sacrifice's Rise: I Became Invincible After Entering Godslayer Temple
    FantasyWhite_Ink
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  • UMO
    UMO10mth
    Replied to VasiliosReid

    bro really said masterpiece 馃拃馃拃馃拃

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    Sword God in a World of Magic
    FantasyWarmaisach
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  • UMO
    UMO10mth
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    I don't usually write reviews but here goes. I actually think they the premise is great and allows for a very expansive story. The plot and direction is quite interesting to say the least. The first hundred or so chapters is easy to read through and leaves you wanting for more. That said, I have a lot of gripes with this story. The plot develops in a predictable and formulaic manner. It's almost always a strict rise and fall, something good then bad then good etc. I know it happens quite lot with cultivation novels but much more so on this one. The story is also frustrating all the way. It's all just set-up and nothing is ever resolved. The story progresses and characters get replaced but the status quo never changes. The pacing also feels atrocious because the author explains everything. Nothing is left unsaid. There are neither emotions nor subtleties left for the reader to decipher. Of course this is the case with a lot of other novels but the sheer number of relevant characters in this novel makes it more pronounced and all the more agonizing. The story is quite literally all explanation and exposition. With so much words spared for exploring the main character's psyche, you'd think he'd be a well developed character. He's not. He's still by and large pretty much the same as a generic MC. He's definitely a carbon copy of every other MC from the author's other novels. A part of me really wants to see where this goes because I actually really like the world building, and the interesting and complex storyline. But it's honestly a chore to slog through hundreds of chapters of a practically stagnant story.

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    Rebirth of the Nameless Immortal God
    ActionAwespec
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