Serra Recquir, a boy born in the world of Sierra, was born with weak and with mediocre talent. Despite the odds, he pursued the path of cultivation. He faced numerous trials, deadly foes and great friends. Eventually, he stepped into the world of the Divine Realm. Breaking past the limits of the world and traveling to higher planes. After millions of years, he finally reached the summit. Becoming a Sovereign Paragon. Longing for the world he left countless years ago, he finally returns to his own world.
Author's Note: This story is different from other wuxia novels. If those novels focus on characters that struggle from the bottom and reach the top, this story is one where someone already reached the top. I figured it would be interesting to start a novel from this concept so I started it. Well, however this plays through, just like how I finished my previous novel, Doll's Smile, I'll finish this novel too. Of course, I'm writing this novel just for fun. I like to write lighthearted novels like this. Novels that I would read while listening to music and eating snacks on a pleasant and relaxing afternoon. Do forgive me if I'm slow in writing.
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I wanted to like this story but it is just too bad. I only held out reading until chapter 7.
Characters are your usual cliché bunch and i think you didn't really see them as 'persons' with emotions, desires and personalities but just as puppets the mc can impress with his amazing powers. Your mc is just as bland as your other characters tough. Just a strong guy walking around.
The power system is stupid as well. Just 5 seconds after reading it i forgot everything mentioned. Not because i have memory problems. But because i knew it was pointless. You mentioned really early on that the only thing that could stand against the mc was someone of similair power. The only thing the system is really going to do is be a timer for how fast our mc can fuck up his enemies.
The only thing that is ok in this story is the grammar...
The problem in this story is the Op mc. It is possible to make something really good while having an op mc (Easy examples are Overlord and One punch man.) But you failed at doing that. There is no goal or problem in your story wich makes it so that there is no tension or something to root for. Even that could be solved by having good romance or character interaction but as said earlier. You do not have good characters.
Please don't see me as a 'hater' and take a good look at what you have written up until now.
I will come back to your story in the future and see how it is going. Until then you have to accept this 3 star review.
Where to begin.
A Quick Story Summary: This story is about a man who made it to the apex of cultivation. One of the four strongest beings in existence. He wants to take a break from managing his sect and everything that entails.
The Good: There is a cast of interesting characters and the idea behind the basic plot could lead to quite a good slice-of-life type of story. The actual writing (what little there is) is not bad (grammatically).
The Mediocre: The story is a pretty basic concept but could have been quite interesting, could have. This story suffers from a few glaring flaws. The MC has no real personality. He feels almost like a camera floating through the story that occasionally interjects some information/thoughts. Even when he has some level of stronger emotion/thought he almost never acts on it, instead he plays the casual observer. This wouldn't be a big problem if the rest of the story could carry itself...
The Bad: Chapters are almost always shorter than 700 words, quite often dipping below 400-500. Combined with the author (generally) only posting 2 chapters a week this makes it feel like you are getting roughly 1/3rd of an actual chapter a week.
The Terrible: You know those tournaments everyone hates but every single xianxia/wuxia/xuanhua/shounen novel has anyway? Well, this story has one, and it's a doozy. At this point over 1/3rd of the total chapters have been spent on preparing for the tests to register for the tournament, doing the tournament registration, and preparing for the tournament (IT HASN'T EVEN STARTED YET!). Approximately 25 out of the 67 chapters HAVE BEEN SPENT ON A TOURNAMENT FOR CHILDREN that the MC has decided to enter for some reason. I won't even be going into the chapters that proceeded this 'arc' but trust me, they weren't stellar either.
Overall: Honestly it feels like at this point the author is writing because they made a promise to themselves to keep doing so. The story has no direction. This could be acceptable in a slice-of-life however we aren't getting that either. I wanted to like this so much and I spent 67 chapters hoping for that to happen. It didn't.