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The pursuit of knowledge and the pursuit of happiness. That’s all Dream ever wanted. As he grew up though, his naivety vanished and he found that the world was nothing more than a prison that would allow neither of those things. However, after giving himself up to the endless abyss expecting to disappear, he found himself awoken in a new world!
Magic, skills, science, technology, and the secrets of the universe within his reach.
Dream found everything he ever needed and wanted, and alongside a twin pair of magical fox princesses, he would go on to unintentionally dominate the lands with his unprecedented ability to fuse the world of the arcane with the world of science.
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This story is amateurism at its peak. Written as if by a twelve year old who plays too much call of duty and has a fetish for cliche isekai stories. The character interaction is bland and basic. Which match nicely with the bland and basic characters I guess.
The bland character interactions and lack of any sort of driving force in the story makes it too boring for me to continue reading. Maybe there is plot later, but considering how cliche and bad the writing is it probably isn't good, and I seriously doubt the characters will improve.
So it's a somewhat unusual reincarnator story. No truck-kun hero, this guy offs himself. Gets rewarded in an odd way - possibly by becoming an agent for one side in a struggle between forces. Lucks out by linking up with some nice demihumans - so there is a nice bit of interaction there. MC has weaknesses but is OP for offensive combat pretty much from the start and becomes OP for defence/ intel a few chapters in. That's just OP for level though, not globally OP (yet). He has talents that are "out of this world" literally. So far it's basically good.
The story deserves its red flag for gore and then some more red flags for "unclean kill" stuff. There is a fairly bad sequence not too far in where the MC commits torture/ dismemberment/ disembowelment on two idiots and leaves them to die. Personally I prefer my heroes to kill clean and fast. Partly because that's the smart way to do it if you must. If only because taking your time with that stuff is as stupid as having a chat before doing it.
I haven't let that "snuff chapter" affect my rating but this might give sensitive types nightmares (or insert whatever warning tab you prefer blah blah).
The story is a little bit rough in the beginning, but as it goes on it biulds momentum starting around the 40th Chapter.
Grammer is good (not much more than a typo or two a chapter).
The only real complaint I have is that the author made guns a central point of the story, and obviously did some research, there is also a decent amount of misconceptions and false information about guns and ammunition.
For example, instead of using better mundane ammo (ei something better than FMJ) the character basically gives up on improving firearm performance (ei using tungesten penetrators or depleted uranium rounds). Additionally, guns that don't exist like "automatic AR-15 pistols," or inaccurate information is used (if its automatic, it definitely is not an AR-15). If you are not a gun nut it will not matter, but it broke immersion for me multiple times.
I am going to skip the technical review and go straight to the fact that I enjoyed this power fantasy. Maybe comparable to the arcane emperor with strong techno magic fusion. Not as dark as many cultivation stories. Mostly light and fun. This really deserved a review so I left this one.
The story has a nice OP feel to it, but not to much to make him invincible. He works for his abilities, it isn't just insta op. The interactions are actually not that bad if you read past chapter "7" ("cough...cough"). Overall i enjoy this story, and i cant wait for more.
A good novel for those who ike portal fantasy books with a decent guy as an mc. It just helps that the writing is good and the plot moves forward at a decent pace but doesn't feel forced. I could go on about the stuff I like in this book. I must say after the first few chapters the quality greatly improved and I just wish you good luck and keep going.