Arrogant Young Master Template A Variation 4

by LivingSpoon

Original ONGOING Adventure Comedy Fantasy LitRPG Male Lead Martial Arts Ruling Class Slice of Life Xianxia

What would a Xianxia MC do?

Seriously, what would they do? Asking for a friend.

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
1. Transmigration ago
2. Disciple Acceptance Ceremony ago
3. Calamity ago
4. Not a Dream, Sorry ago
5. Tragedy of the Heroine ago
6. Archives Must Be Incomplete ago
7. Prepared ago
8. Gather for the Feast ago
9. Wolves' Hunger ago
10. Low Profile ago
11. Heroine Goes to Work ago
12. Like Father, Like Son ago
13. Anti-MC Thug Force ago
14. She Just Kept Talking... ago
15. Blockade ago
16. I Have Finished Farming ago
17. No Fun Allowed ago
18. A Father's Love ago
19. Endless Suffering ago
20. Power of Friendship ago
21. Tragic Past ago
22. Doubt ago
23. Magnet ago
24. Mistakes Were Made ago
25. Convergence ago
26. Old Friends Die Hard ago
27. Crystalized Effort ago
28. Not Slow Enough ago
29. Overreaction? ago
30. Devil ago
31. No Matter the Cost ago
32. Hurricane Arrives ago
33. Why So Reasonable? ago
34. Just Deserts ago
35. Anomalies ago
36. Expectation ago
37. Interference ago
38. Family First ago
39. Death Omen ago
40. Loophole ago
41. Traditional Gift ago
42. Ice Fishing ago
43. Anger Management ago
44. Uncontested Farming ago
45. King of Vegetables ago
46. Top Dog ago
47. Pampered Princess ago
48. An Object in Motion ago

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veted
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dont be discouraged by the title

Reviewed at: 17. No Fun Allowed

While the novel title makes it sound lame, it's actually quite the cheeky comedy and the title makes sense in context. So dont be discouraged, it's well worth a read.

The story itself plays with genre tropes in a self-aware fashion that fits together comfortably. It's a strange thing, really. I don't want to go into detail and spoil it for anyone, so I suggest trying it out for yourself to see if it's something you might like, but if you hate cultivation novel tropes... you still might have fun with the way they are used.

It really is a different sort of cultivation story, and there aren't many like it. Sit back, relax and enjoy the "plot".

 

docsumac
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The main character is not the main character. He has been rebirthed into the body of an Arrogant Young Master, and knows that the Xainxia tropes will cause him to be slaughtered by chapter twelve. Meanwhile he is saddled with a quest system that is forcing him to act or die, leaving him in a state where he has to balance every move against the risk of death.

Let's be clear. I dont like Xainxia in general. This story, I fear, maybe be the gateway drug that may change my mind. Much like a pill made of powdered heavenly scorpion perineum, this story will cleanse your meridians and leave you pinching your glabella in delight.

zimbimbaroo
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If you read much chinese cultivation fantasy, you already know what this story is about. The thing is, the execution here is actually very good. I find myself prefering this to some of the chinese fictions that pioneered the merge of cultivation/system fiction. Give it a try. It's very fun to read. 

Sibilant Scribe
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Humour and Trope Exploitation for Profit

Reviewed at: 31. No Matter the Cost

LivingSpoon has managed to take on the oversaturated Xianxia market and create such a witty, self-aware story that sucks you in.

qal
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This is a xianxia reincarnation parody that takes itself seriously, and is absolutely excellent. The comedy isn't slapstick, and the novel really is a serious xianxia cultivation fiction, just with a twist.

 

The MC is reincarnated into a stumbling-block, Villain-A trope, and forced to survive. Because he has an abysmal fate/luck score, he can't just rely on his own cultivation development to pierce the heavens and cover the land. Instead, he has to raise disciples.

The MC is like many characters nowadays, meta-acknowledging and trope-savvy. The MC must scam his way through life with his knowledge of tropes, and his abuse of his sect's power and family's trust. It's pretty great.

DressedUpToParty
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Slakes the cultivation thirst

Reviewed at: 38. Family First

The best subversion of the xianxia/wuxia story type that I've ever read. So good, in fact, that it probably beats out the better straight xianxia stories just in terms of how enjoyable it is to read. My only real nitpicks are that the releases are slightly irregular, but honestly, that's not even a real downside.

Jangofet54
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An interesting direction to take in a Xianxia/Wuxia novel. Really refreshing and well made. From what I can tell the author regularly updates the novel and this has the potential to be a stable in my favorites collection. 

Give it a go.

Maulisius
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The novel follows cultivation tropes and uses light LitRPG elements. Hilarious, if you know this genre. If you don't know the genre, you will enjoy light misunderstanding comedy and a lot of plotting and facade usage.

Must read)

Kohrim
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If you read a few of the greater xianxia reincarnation stories you will love this.

I hope the author can keep the fun and ridiculous while not going for the absolutely dumb stuff. He is at the moment really good at discribing the typical outside views a cultivator has on our MCs actions.

AshBurner
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This is a top tier Xianxia parody. I think it's actually better than most of the published cultivation type stories I've read.