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He fought his way to the top.

His birth was lowly. His life had been insignificant. But his will to survive was unwavering. One day, his soul merged with an unknown existence. From that point forward, he was destined for greatness. Each step of his path was marked with danger, but he did not stop.

From nothing, he rises with an era of legends.

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
Prologue ago
One: Contentedness ago
Two: During the Night ago
Three: First Blood ago
Four: Things Could Never Be The Same ago
Five: Moving Forward ago
Six: A Life of Servitude ago
Seven: Just Enduring ago
Eight: State of Existence ago
Nine: Their Differences ago
Ten: Where To Begin ago
Eleven: Esteemed Guest ago
Twelve: Unexpected Turn Of Events ago
Thirteen: The Night Sage ago
Fourteen: Changes Through Time ago
Fifteen: A Limitless Body ago
Sixteen: Hunting Intruders ago
Seventeen: Shocking Display of Power ago
Eighteen: Dangerous Battle ago
Nineteen: Desperate Victory ago
Twenty: To Grow Stronger ago
Twenty-One: The Voices Within ago
Twenty-Two: The Days Ahead ago
Twenty-Three: Arriving At Alma City ago
Twenty-four: A Friend Of Sorts ago
Twenty-five: A C-Ranked Mission ago
Twenty-six: Exploration Begins ago
Twenty-seven: Falling Into The Trap ago
Twenty-eight: The Basement ago
Twenty-Nine: Ira ago
Thirty: Unforeseen Circumstances ago
Thirty-One: A Gathering ago
Thirty-Two: Death Sentence ago
Thirty-Three: Take A Seat ago
Thirty-Four: The Primrose Musician's Requiem ago
Thirty-Five: Aftermath and Acceptance ago
Thirty-Six: Rockwell City's Monster ago
Author's Note ago
Thirty-Seven: Red Sun Desert ago
Thirty-Eight: Bad Timing ago
Thirty-Nine: Brief History Lesson ago
Chapter Forty: Emil's Decision ago
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TYE rannical
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This novel is the perfect example of impeccable story telling. The grammar is top notch, the sentences flows brilliantly, and actions as well as emotions are explained to the best of the authors capabilities. Yet, even with all of that i still don't like it.

While writing this review i just couldnt understand why i didn't like the story, again, there wasn't an issue of bad grammar, the characters that counted weren't annoying. Everything seemed to be okay, but, after thinking for a while i eventually reached my answer; Not enough character interactions.

While, yes none of the characters were frustrating to read about, none of them left an impression. In other novel's there's usually a character or a group of characters, that would stand out as the most liked or hated, but in this novel nobody stood out, everyone was Meh. Which is sad because i feel with your level of skills it wouldn't be hard to make a story that i would get enthralled in.

In the end i feel that the lack of character interactions was what the author desired in his story. I believe that me not liking the story is more of a "fault" (personal preference) of my own personality rather than the authors writing skills. I like stories with a rich amount of characters, that each have good dialogue and well written actions. This story from the beginning wasn't written  for someone like me, but even with all of that said, i appreciate the authors writing skills. This was a nice read and i hope you ,the author, writes more novels. Hopefully the next could be something that  i can actually  find joy in.

Artorias the Abysswalker
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Uralter, in every sense, is a good book. It has all the qualities a good story would have, such as impeccable grammar, and the story is fine. However, I found myself becoming increasingly bored as I read this story. This is just so...generic. Many fantasy readers can likely understand my feeling, even if they say that Uralter is a good book. Uralter is like a book in which the author gathered some of the most overused things from fantasy and cultivation books and crammed them together.

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I'm sure many can enjoy this book, but for me, I've read hundreds of books like this one, and this is just too boring for me. 3/5, but this is biased and does not speak for everyone.

DrAlt
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Found the main character to be too overpowered in the context of the story.  He solves the conflicts presented to him too easily, leading to a progressive story where I'm never worried he may lose.  Missing suspense elements made it a power trip and not a suprising/interesting journey.  Also, none of the supporting cast have that extra quirk which makes them stand out.

superkingoftacos
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 good start. lots of dark characters, but its coming along fairly well. i hope you continue writing.

Tranquilmoth
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Lot's of potential, and it's already great so far. Love this fiction and want the best for it.

BansheePanda
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Smash author-sama with likes!

F*ck! I want to smash Leezy to death with likes and five star ratings!

This is grim, gritty and dark. The characters have real depth to them, even the ones we only see for a few chapters.

A lot has happened so far, but I feel like there's hardly been anything read.

Author-sama! Please continue to write! This is great!

jackfrost13
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as generic as it can be

as the tittle state.overused in all things.like usual,mc is ruined by meeting a girl.as it always be.the weekness of all man.

 nevertheless,the author is good tho,the story is good for binge reading.

if u re looking for op mc.u got one right here,its still in the early phase,but u can see the mc will be special..

keep it up author.gonna boomark it

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