This story captures the readers' attention right away with an action-filled prologue and the pace continues from there as we see our protagonist explore their environment. The style of the story captures the essence of a cyberpunk/futuristic tale with the setting being space. The story itself is interesting with intrigue and action at the forefront only a few chapters in. The grammar of the story is adequate, being above the aver royalroad quality with only some misspelled words. The characterization of the story is the best part in my opinion, with each character introduced being vibrant, and easy to imagine. Overall this story is one with a lot of potential that I hope to see continued.
I really like the story, the author accurately captures the feeling and mood of a xianxia epic right away in the first chapter. The story is well put together with action occurring at a quick enough pace to keep the reader engaged.
The characters created by the author meet the purpose of being cliche xianxia roles. Regarding the use of grammar and punctuation, the author does well and the story is readable.
My one hangup with this story would be that I wish that the author would use the past tense when it would be more appropriate sometimes rather than using the present tense because the story comes across as being one long stream of consciousness and is difficult to read.
The child is a small one. He has barely seen seven years in this world and has never once seen another city. His hair is black which is not uncommon in Eastern Port City. His eyes, however, are ruby red, something that has always drawn its fair share of stares.
His name is Liu Jin, and he is angry.
"Take it back," Liu Jin says once more. His hands are already clenched into small fists.
The child was a small one. He had barely seen seven years in this world and had never once seen another city. His hair was black which was not uncommon in Eastern Port City. His eyes, however, were ruby red, something that had always drawn its fair share of stares.
His name was Liu Jin, and he was angry.
"Take it back," Liu Jin said once more. His hands were already clenched into small fists.
The author creates a witty parody using common tropes and cliches of webnovel genres. The story is interesting and fun to read and the characters are dynamic. The overall style and the grammar of the story is very easy to read.
This story is, from what I've read so far in the first few chapters is a very interesting take on the superhero genre from a supervillains perspective. The author's style, grammar and story is among the top of stories on royalroad. The characters are not one-dimensional and the world-building is going at a natural pace. Altogether this is just a fantastic new story that I hope to see continued.
The story starts off poorly and needs an edit for the beginning but it improves quickly and the deconstruction of both the dungeon core and xianxia genres could create a gem of a story. This story has the potential to be really good.
This story is a hilarious mix between sci-fi and xianxia that manages to draw the reader in with it's quirky humor and worldbuilding. I would recommend this story to anyone looking for a great read.
The story is intersting and the first few chapters hook you into wanting for more. From the few chapters that are there so far the style and the grammar of the story is very good. As for the characters they seem compelling and thought out. The story cannot be judged until there is more detail to what is occuring. But all in all this seems like a very promising read.