It's an interesting concept and I am enjoying the story but there are quite a few grammar issues throughout each chapter, not to the point where it is unreadable but more of a bother to have to read through. Overall, the story just needs to have its grammar fixed and maybe a touch up here and there but other than that it's fine.
Overall, the stroy is a mix between Pokemon and a cultivation novel and while I have seen others like it this is one of the better written versions of the genre. I would recommend people who enjoy monster taming novels to give it a try.
Just finished ch.3 so far the story seems interesting enough for me to continue reading but I have a few issues with it. My main one is that there are grammar mistakes through out each chapter, it doesn’t stop you from reading but it is inconvenient and also breaks the flow.(I would recommend using grammarly) Next is that while information on his life while on Earth is important I believe that unless it is going to affect anything it should be kept to a minimum.(More or less my opinion doesn’t need to warrant any significance) So overall, it needs a grammar touch up but other than that it pretty good.
It's not bad per se but for one it's kind of cliche and second, it needs some editing. The whole cliche part is that the MC dies meets an all-powerful being and gets a cheat skill. With the editing part, there are grammar mistakes and missing words throughout each chapter but they are not to the point of not understand what is trying to be said. Overall, it just needs to be looked over a few times by different people and then the story, while it might not be unique, will be better.
I am enjoying the story and the concept so far. But, there are a few errors with grammar and missing or improperly used words throughout each chapter. It's not to the point where you can't read it but it is annoying and a little ironic to find them when the authors name is "Grammar Slayer". Other than those issues this story has so far been a good read and I would recommend it to others.
[For the author: I would recommend reading the chapter out loud to yourself after you have finished writing it to see if it has any errors.]
I enjoy the concept of the story but I have a few issues with it
In general, it seems to just graze over important things like how does he know how to craft things. It doesn't say anything about if the system is helping him or if he looked it up before he started except for one time when he is just about done and the main smith asks if he did research. Another thing is the trolls. It never says why there would be trolls in a mine shaft and while it's not a huge thing in the story it is still in the story. Also, when it says he was treated bad at school and by his family how was he treated bad. All I've seen is that he has private tutors and he doesn't get an allowance so he has to work.
Overall, the story isn't bad but it would be quite a bit better if it was fleshed out more.
The story is good and I enjoy the characteristics of the MC. But, the story just moves so fast.
I mean he literally goes from training with what I am guesing to be a god then to saving refugees to then taming what most would consider a boss monster. Then right after that he gains an overpowered settlement and settelers that he doesn't need to work for then after he develops an infustructure he gets a visit from the native tribe which he then takes over after besting the village chiefs son in a battle that he shouldn't have won except that he can now controll 5 elements and walk the path a body cultivator.
Overall, the story is fine with very few if any, granted I wasn't looking for them, grammar mistakes and I enjoy the premise of it. But the story just moves to fast for me to find it fun to read and the MC seems to just start off a little too powerful for my tastes. Other than that I would recommend others to read for a fast paced action/building novel.
The overall story is fine it just needs some grammar to be fixed. Also, I feel like the story would be better if the MC was not Deku and instead of an OC that the author put into the story instead. So, in general, I would recommend others to read the fanfiction but it's just not for me.
Although I haven't read many fanfics on one of my favorite animes, Hunter X Hunter, from those I have read this one is still one of the better ones. I would recommend reading if you enjoy H X H or if you just enjoy fanfics.
The story is great. From what I have read there are very few, if any, grammar mistakes, the story is solid with no plot holes, and so far it has kept me interested throughout my day of reading. I would recommend others to read if they enjoy unconventional isekai stories. And I hope the author continues with what they are doing!