Beware Of Chicken
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Jin Rou wanted to be a cultivator who defied the heavens, and surpassed all limits.
Unfortunately for him, he died, and now I’m stuck here. Arrogant young masters? Heavenly tribulations? Cultivating for days on end, then getting into life or death battles?
Yeah, no thanks. I'm getting out of here.
In which a transmigrator decides that the only winning move is not to play.
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I really enjoyed reading this, and can't wait for more!
The pacing of the story is well done. Slow enough to build the world, but fast enough you're not reading a chapter dedicated to bowel movements like some "founder of lit rpg" *cough* Kong *cough* might write. It is clear the writer is having fun while telling an interesting story. The characters are realistic for the setting and the break from the Young Master trope is good enough to pull and keep my interest. The grammar is easy to read with few if any mistakes. It reads like its been edited at least a few times. Already you can see future plot threads planted throughout these early chapters. The story does jump between characters, but the author does it smoothly, and I do not find myself losing track of what is going on moment to moment like stories. Really what I am trying to say with all this is take a moment of your day and give this story a shot.
It is my hope the author takes the time to publish because between the grammar and story it is better than some of the stuff i've seen on Amazon!
Beware of chicken is an interesting combination of parody, actual Xianxia, and I think, in parts, a work that somewhat deconstructs the Xianxia genre.
The foremost element of the work is a parody, and quite honestly its parody elements are some of the funniest content I've seen on the site. The main character's isekai nature is used to justify him as a sort of rational audience insert, noting and making fun of the natural absurdity of the machismo which permeates the Xianxia world. His reaction to reincarnating as a low-level disciple basically being "I'm noping the fuck out of here" lays a rich bed of comedy that the intro effectively taps into.
The fights, when they do happen, are written well enough. Qi channeling, leveling up, and the prose of pseudo-spirituality are all good enough to not detract from the experience.
The best element which I think truly differentiates the work is the running theme of critiquing the Xianxia world. While the point is often made humorously, Beware of chicken makes a running critique of the rather vacuous and all-consuming desire for power for its own sake which permeates the culture of Xianxia worlds. This theme at once informs much of the work's comedy, but also much of its pathos.
The main character, in a real sense, demonstrates a sense of true spirituality in a metaphorical sense where he finds power and happiness by transcending the desire for power which consumes other cultivators and is content simply helping the earth grow and thrive in his own small section of the world. It is in many ways like one punch man, wherein the protagonist's unflappable ambivalence lends itself easily to both deadpan parody comedy and real statements about other people's preoccupation with status and things that don't actually matter.
The one problem I can see is where it will go next. Unlike traditional Xianxia this story can't really just default to facing bigger and badder enemies to continue its current quality so it will require some continual creativity to keep the story at its current quality. With daily updates, I can only hope that the author has the time to spend that kind of thought. As of now, it is one of the few 5's I've come across on the website.
My only disapointment was catching up to the releases and not having more to read.
I love the characters, the pacing is good. tension happens even with the slice of life feel it has, and that chicken..... A farm mascot has a better character ark in under 160 pages than what some finished books give their main protaganists.
Normally I don't like these Xianxia style novels as i think they are pretty nonsensical and don't understand the appeal. However this seems to be a cultivation story for people who don't like cultivation stories.
The main character immediatle after being Isekaied decides to nope out on the sect his host body had joined and decided to start a farm.
So far there have been no young masters or legendary phoenix's or spirit tiger or any such nonsense.
The main character has used what little he learned to be a super powered farmer, and so far its been a fairly chill slice of life style story.
Not much so far in the way of an overarching plot or many side characters, but its been a fun read so far. I hope the author will continue to develop the world so that things do not get stale. Now that things are fairly established the story needs to get a bit more meat on its bones.
The chapters are fairly short so I can recomed you give it a try to see if you like it, I feel like its a pretty comfortable story so far with plenty of room to grow.
I will begin by saying I hate the whole young master B's and all the power difference between heaven and earth crap. This is the story of a man who feels the same. 🤣 I love this story the closest thing we have to a young master are the farm animals and their trials and tribulations. Guy gets thrown into a cultivating world of BS and goes nope none of that toxic shit for me I'll just farm and live a good life. Who'd have thunk that simple sentiment would give him the best story.my favorite character is probably his rooster I'm not gonna throw names around because just the names bring me joy. I feel like the rooster is a better mc that 99.99% of protagonists in must wuxias. He's noble, trying to learn, caring, and strong seriously the rooster is the full deal. Our actual mc isn't bad himself but his story so far is more sweet slice of life and I love him too 🤣 just a carefree guy doing what he wants that feels right to him. A guy like that not being stabbed in the back just for being a decent human being is a breath of fresh air. Anyway thanks author I'm gonna stop gushing now hope you keep writing.
I approached the Blue Box. Lost in my cultivation, continuing to the next level of power greedily, I was struck by the Gray Box. I was stuck, and couldn't move forward.
Bi Di stood perched on the fence, blocking my path ahead. The Next Chapter button out of reach.
I cried softly.
This was a breath of fresh air, and I love it to bits despite just having found it. The humor is grand and the interactions between characters feels natural and while reading it, there were few times I did Not have a goofy smile on my face. So many Xianxia stories have face slapping and constant pushing to be stronger, while few look at the other side of cultivation, that of comprehension and simply being at peace/one with the world. I highly recommend anyone to try it out!
I usually despise cultivation stories; finding them dull, boring, and highly repetitive.
This Author has certainly knocked his summary out of the park; something that would often turn me away did its job, drew me in, and fed my curiosity.
I adore the take on cultivation in this Novel and highly recommend it to everyone to give it a shot.
Well Done Author!!! Well Done!!!
Honestly I'm not sure that we are really deep enough to call this a parody of the cultivation genre but it is a great laugh. The farm is just an awesome alternative sect of his own and the disciple characters are just the best. Some of the more intelligent side characters could use some more fleshing out but it is early in the story. I have to say so far I am hooked and can't wait for the next chapter to come..
An extremly entartaining story, very light-hearted and fun. I love Big D/ Bi de, and the relationship between Jin and
is just so cute! This is a very nice breath of fresh air, and for sure, i'll continue reading this.
Thanks for writing such a nice little book, Casualfarmer!