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When a man finds himself in the presence of absolute power, what will he do? Dying has already happened, but he wasn't given permission and the creature responsible finds his tragedy amusing. Forcing him to continue his life in a new world, he is given an unknown task that must be completed if he ever wishes to rest.
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It's a military and conflict ridden MC who is transported to another universe with semi god like powers.
He then acts like a five year old (not that he is five just that he acts like it) for the next 30 chapters while other characters are almost sometimes every once in awhile semi believable. That being said it is intertaining until your mind gives out.
Rather interesting story though at the same time extremely contradictory. For a sci-fi to fantasy style adjustment, it doesn't hold much to the challenges faced between a change in scenarios and it appears that the sci-fi setting is used mainly as some toss out prologue.
The style of the story... It feels like the MC is selectively murder hobo. Kills ghouls on site because they attacked him yet spares everyone else? Really?
Baring that, the story has a very decent flow to it and the plot itself works given that the MC is overpowered yet isn't portrayed as existentially overpowered... Yet. The story in essence however, is common isekai trope.
Grammer as I rate it is once it is readable, it's good.
Character takes a hit mainly in that it appears that the characters have limited capacity for learning and logic. This generally paints a narrow creativity perspective for the author and may lead to redundant situations later on as the author tends to constantly recreate scenarios to continuously feed a characteristic archetype rather than evolve it.
Currently, the overpowered nature of the character feeds into a shallow in world mystery which is basically what you will be reading this novel for.
Overall, if the author finishes this novel, a second look over would massively improve upon the characteristic flaws.
Honestly the dislikes on this story are super unfair especially considering most didnt get past chapter 30 and stating the mc acts like a 5 year old which he does but that is honestly what makes him such an insufferable ass or an endearing badass, I can say without a doubt the humor this story has the perfect balance of funny yet clever use of voice lines I mean the dude literally made princesses gobble, Arthur doesn't act his age but literally is what makes him such a likable character, there is not a stupid amount of side chapters, characters get just the right amount of progression to actually care what happens to them, this is the first story that has actually made me laugh till I started crying, so far my favorite story on this site so far, honestly the story itself isn't what kept me reading but the amount of fun I had just seeing what happened next, I never thought this would hook me in so bad but boy was I wrong , I was so surprised that I actually read the whole thing in two days, great work author keep up the good work, I look forward to future chapters .......Gobble gobble.
I think this is gonna be a damn good story. You've made me laugh, you've made me emotional, you've left me trapped in suspense.
Nine damn chapters and I need more.
Our MC is obviously powerful but there's tricks to his new condition. He's smart, or crafty might be a better word because he doesn't seem particularly intelligent. Willing to be benevolent but clearly has no aversion to violence, we've got a nice well rounded protag this time around. I truly look forward to seeing where this story will take me as I'm expecting a lot from this.
28 chapters in and all I can say is good things about this novel. I like how the MC didn't just start out OP and knowing all his abilties, he has to slow learn how to use his abilities and in the end figure out exactly what he really is. Overall I have enjoyed what i've read so far and can't wait for more!
the number of belivable interaction between characters can be counted in one hand, the mc is immediatly op but go along the plotlines even if he dont really have to, hate everyting but allweys help, the hig priestess are pitable and the reasons for behaving as they do are nonexistent, as the mc has all the reasons to kill the high priest but doesnt because plot say, by that logic he should have spared the first group of gouls as well. Overall nothing stands well togheter, non of the premises given hold true, especially the mc behavior, and tehere is too much virtue signaling