Invincible Canadian Hermaphrodite Goddess Cultivator

by l nimbus

Original HIATUS Action Comedy Satire Anti-Hero Lead Female Lead Magic Martial Arts Wuxia
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Profanity
  • Sexual Content
  • Traumatising content

There's always a limit to how much people can take. Bullshit. Pandering. Brutality. Death. Steff passed hers a long time ago. She's a foreigner in this world, an unwelcome guest. She doesn't really care. After two years of putting up with things that rub her in the wrong direction every single day, of seeing a civilization trying it's best to devour and destroy itself, she snaps.

Woe betide those who get in her way. With the Grand Demon's Duel -a premier tournament for arrogant young masters trying to prove themselves- she has a perfect outlet for all that pent-up violence.

Faces will be flattened, crotches smoten, ancestors insulted and All. Hell. Raised.




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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
1. The day before it all went to hell in a handbasket. ago
A note from L.Nimbus ago
2. The feast of the princess #1. ago
3. The feast of the princess #2. ago
4. Aftermath and ruminations. ago
5. The day of the tournament. ago
6. Grand Demon's Duel: Prelims. ago
7. Grand Demon's Duel: Round 1. ago
8. Grand Demon's Duel: VS Main Character. ago
9. Grand Demon's Duel: VS Main Character 2. ago
10. Grand Demon's Duel: Day 1 Aftermath. ago
10.5: Interlewd. Steff X Tara ago
Discord. With a twist. ago
11. Grand Demon's Duel: Day 2. ago
12. Grand Demon's Duel: A chat with an Emperor ago
13. Grand Demon's Duel Round 5. ago
14. Grand Demon's Duel Round 5, PT2. ago
15. Grand Demon's Duel: Black VS Grey. ago
16. Grand Demon's Duel: Perspective. ago
17. Grand Demon's Duel: Perspective 2. ago
18. Grand Demon's Duel: Treachery. ago
19. Grand Demon's Duel: Perspective 3. ago
20. Grand Demon's Duel: Brown VS Grey. ago
21. Grand Demon's Duel: White. ago
22. Grand Demon's Duel: Grey, White and Brown. ago
23. Aftermath: Healing away the pain. ago
24. Aftermath: That Girl Don't Play. ago
25. Aftermath: Earn your pay...or a prison stay. ago
26. Interlude: Expectations 1. ago
27. Interlude: Expectations 2. ago
28. Interlude: Expectations 3. ago
29. Interlude: Expectations 4. ago
30. Aftermath: Prizes. ago
31. Aftermath: prizes 2. ago
32. Aftermath: Heart to Heart. ago
33. Aftermath: The Chronic is back. ago
34. Prelude to Destruction. ago
35. The day before the day of reckoning. ago
36. A serious chat with an Emperor. ago
37. Going bump in the night. ago
38. Dawn of the day of reckoning. ago
39. The day of SHOPPING! ago
40. The day of SHOPPING! 2. ago
41. The day of Shopping! 3. ago
42. So comes the night. ago
43. The Night 1. ago
44. The Night 2. ago
45. The Night 3. ago
46. The Night 4. ago
An apology to Argus. ago
47. The Night 5. ago
48. The Night: Retribution. ago
49. The night: Questions. ago
50. The Night: Haunt. ago
51. The Night: Prey. ago
52. The Night: Meeting. ago
53. The Night: Silence. ago
54. A dangerous game. ago
55. The Night: Blood. ago
56. Teleporting bitchslaps and other assorted bullshit. ago
57. Stealth and buttcheeks. ago
58. Dark elves and spears. ago
59. Doctors are assholes. ago
60. Medical care and weaponizing comfort. ago
61. Ice, defying gravity and an (epic?) fight. ago
62. Gravity Beams and burning catwomen. ago
63. Sticking the pointy end in the other guy. ago
64. One final plunge. ago
65. The part they don't mention in the stories. ago
66. Of Chaos and men. ago
67. Unpleasant surprises and the like. ago
68. Falling out. ago
69. The simple things in life. [ End Book 1 ] ago

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stupid tropes exaggerated to a funny degree

So I was reccommended this novel through a writer friend of mine by the name of DocteurNS and when I started reading this it was bit strange. No real "backstory" is given to explain how or why the character/characters are in this world except in a recent off hand remark but I could just be missing something here. The battles are well choreographed and I can get a firm grasp of the battle in my mind as it flows very well. The dialouge is pretty good in the non-chalant behavior of the main character and the contrasting uppity prip and prim personalities of your standard arrogant young master. be warned... there are some real annoying young masters but they are not very big so far. Just sorta explaining how shit the world it. All in all its a good read and well worth giving it at least a dozen chapters to see if you like or not.

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This is trash and I'm a trash eater.

This is the very first time I've read Nimbus' work. Originally, I wasn't sure whether or not to read it because at the time, I wasn't in the mood to pick up any new books, and was close to unbookmarking others. A week after, I stopped, looked back at ICHGC, and pressed the 'Start Reading' button.

My eyes have opened.

The book, while being a parody of a whole genre of other books, still gives off a unique vibe as to how it's being told, with most, if not all the characters, being fleshed out in just the right way.

The grammar, while mediocre, is still able to draw the reader in, the magnetic pull of a book you know will either be a very good read, or a waste of your time.

ICHGC is one of many books that have once again pulled me into binge reading the chapters, and now, I face the punishment of having to wait for more. But it's worth the wait. At least, it is in my opinion.

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l Nimbus deftly and delicately crafts a... no, you know what? Incredible Maple Leaf Futa Deity Transmigrator is unapologetic crass smut with the thinnest of satirical veneers, and if the title itself wasn't raising red flags for ya, then you're in serious danger of accidentally the whole thing. This is the Tijuana Bible of Royal Road Wuxia fiction, but to our surprise and dismay also acts as a functional story where we can follow Steffany as she kicks names and samples ass in a city full of pretentious cultivator fops.

Common tropes are present front-and-center, ready to be bulldozed in a slow-motion trainwreck by our foul-mouthed protagonist and what appears to be a growing harem of supporting characters who are no doubt more prevalent in those sleazy chapters that were too much for this site.

Whoops, can't show that on Royal Road! I wouldn't say this is recommended entry-level material, but seasoned genre connoisseurs will be able to appreciate Invincible Canadian Hermaphrodite Goddess Cultivator for the horrific garbage that it is. Enjoy at your own discretion, and be sure to wash your hands afterwards.

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Bawdy yes. Irreverent, check. Tongue so far in cheek it might as well be fellating John Holmes. Poking massive fun at cultivating, this is to me the Wuxia equivalent of Bored of the Rings. You haven’t read Bored of the Rings?  Harvard Lampoon produced this I think back in the 70s. I found it in a tiny used book store. Laugh out loud hilarious parody of the Lord of the Rings. Read it before you die young Padawan. 

Anyways, as a bored person who appreciates humor and doesn’t mind a little lewd, I love this novel. Moar please. Cause Honey-Steff don’t give a [email protected]$& and that is awesome. 

Peace out Beeyotches. 

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Truly heaven defying wuxia

a beautiful satire on the stereotypical wuxia novel with an amazing mc that takes zero s**ts from anyone. The intricate and... descriptive interactions between the main characters and her(?) ...acquaintances is amazing and well deserves our praise

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I started reading this because TMP(his other story) was on hold And I've kept reading because I find that the is a funny story that seems well written. The plot makes sense and the authors style of writing seems good.  I recomend giving this story a chance.

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A good read that give a slap in the face to your usual wuxia stories.

Love the style and sure do love the character. If you like a story where the MC gives zero shit to other people bad attitude you probably will like this.

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Let's get this out of the way: this story, as Nimbus says in the synopsis, is trash. However, this is delibrate and executed in a manner that lets you forget that, and simply enjoy the trainwreck. It's a rare story that can take the concept and story that would otherwise be something horrendous and unreadable, and turn it into a work of art. We've all seen stories that nobody can get past the first chapter or two, and we've also all seen the shining stars that would ordinarily be reserved for a publishing purgatory, but the precious gem that is a story based on trash and overcomes its limitations, is something that has been largely absent from this site in recent years. So, let's break down this beautiful abomination.

Style: I am a big fan of Nimbus' work. The style is a large reason for this. Nimbus is a master at engagement, and is able to infuse just enough detail to create the framework of the scene, while allowing the audience to fill in any blanks. I will say that there were a few tense shifts that seemed a little jarring, but they were usually chapter-wide, and after the first sentence or so the switch was easy enough to ignore.

Story: Steff's tale is one that is overplayed to the point of mockery, of someone snatched from their home without warning, given immense power, and thrust into another world at war with a demonic force, with the only hope of salvation being cultivating to a high enough power and solving all of the world's ills by herself. This is promptly flipped on its head, shoved into a pit, forced to take a humiliating selfie, and abandoned. We open not on Steff's first days, or even her first few months, but two whole years after she has arrived in a, frankly, disgusting planet, which she blatantly refuses to participate with. Steff does not outright attempt to be the savior of a world that she is unable to help, and does not embrace the cruelty and deviance of her new society, but rather works to improve herself just enough to leave her gilded cage and do... whatever she wants, really. Steff doesn't seem to have many goals beyond 'get me the fuck out of here', and I can appreciate that, along with her measured approach to interacting with an alien culture. Aside from Steff, Nimbus has planted a few hooks (the Emperor knowning English and seeming to be from modern society, and the mystery between Steff's entrance to this world and her altered psyiology, to name the obvious ones), but at 8 chapters currently, there's not much more to say. Overall, the story feels open enough to add almost anything to without ruining the plot, and could be easily summed up in another 10 chapters or so, if Nimbus ever felt like ending the story completely.

Grammar: This is the only section I have any real ocmplaints with. The grammar of a novel such as this is usually meant to be slightly off, to add authenticity to the terrible nature of the story, but in this case I feel it was more a matter of Nimbus rushing along with their train of thought. This is not a large problem, and there were only two or three glaring issues within the entire novel so far, but I would love if there was a quick spell-check run through to buff out the dents.

Characters: The main character, Steff, is a delight. She refuses to fall into the standard hero tropes, and is smart enough to see where she is weak and attempts to overcome her flaws. The supporting and surrounding cast that has been introduced seems to be a mixture of fleshed-out character and intentionally flat caricature, and the dissonance is more entertaining than jarring. The perspective changes to other characters show Nimbus' ability to fully integrate into a different point of view, and further enhance the painfully apparant lack that the world has created in its natives.

Overall, this novel is a treasure, one that I am content with receiving in susbtitute for Nimbus' other novels (that are also great, but aren't finished yet). My only complaints are that I stumbled upon this so early into its formation, so I can't devote a few hours to discovering the comedic prowess of  Nimbus, and that this site was just recently in jeopardy of removing one of its possible future stars, simply due to a disagreement over a relatively harmless and blatantly present aspect of this novel, one that is ubiquitious in some of the site's most lauded novels.

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Please fix what is pointed out to you.

I've enjoyed this story so far, though recent events in the story are incredibly cliche but we will see how it ends up. My main issue is the large number of miss types and spelling throughout the story that the author doesn't fix even though people list them out after the chapter. They hand you the fixes, just do it please.

Other then that though its a great story that breaks the mold and I hope it continues to do so.

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Truely the most unique piece of entertaining ,soul sucking,edge of my seat fapping,cliff-san having ,trash;that i have read here so far. An honest masterpiece of the study of how not to be weeb trash in another world.