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Tree of Aeons (an Isekai Story)
Tree of Aeons (an Isekai Story)
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      Status: c86

      My biggest complaint for the story itself is that there's just no way the population would survive a 10 year demon king cycle. Consider this;

      • rifts start to open 6 months prior to the demon king appearing and they spit out hordes demons strong enough to kill normal men. 
      • DK appears and releases multiple champions, each of which are about as strong as this worlds native heroes - rifts appear more frequently and normal demons become stronger
      • The gods don't summon heroes until anywhere from 1-6 months from DK showing up - during this time nothing can challenge the DK and the champions/demons wipe out cities and destroy countries
      • Heroes appear and start at lvl1, they need at least 6-18 months to level up enough to defeat the DK
      • The heroes alone can not destroy the DK/champions/demon armies solo, so countries must help them with their armies to carve a path to DK
      • After DK is defeated heroes often fight each other

      So... that's a 10 year cycle... and it would simply not be sustainable. There would be no one left after 20 years.

      My most prominent other criticism deals with the child soldiers. I really don't think this author has ever been around a 6 year old, however, I have children myself and I'm here to tell you, you would simply not be able to train 6-10 year olds how to fight demons with martial weapons.

      It would have been much better for the story and the Mc's morality if he increased their potential/endurance/passive skills (all of which would be possible given the rules of this world) instead the author went with the child soldier route.. idk why.

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      Status: extending vines


      The MC is a braindead tree, his time perspective is weird. He seems obsessed in doing things a certain way. Doesn't use his abilities to change things as much as he can, it seems like he actually forgets most of his abilities sometimes

      He is selfish. He is very trusting of some people for no reason and very paranoid of others. He's just grabbed hold of the first people who stayed with him for a time and seems obsessed with focusing on them.

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      Status: Hot Water

      It's a cool concept and story, but the characters are all cardboard and only for plot. The MC is way too stupid and all the characters are annoying and really ungrateful towards him. Everything is just stale, this is a story that will strive off your hunger for a little while longer for the time you find an actual good story.

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      Status: interlude – level 100 & soul realm

      This definitely is overrated. 

      The story itself is fine. Same for the concept. The problem is with the execution. The writing comes off as amateurish. The characters don't really feel distinct except for maybe the MC.

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      Status: threetree defense initiative

      tl;dr - definitely give the first 3 or 4 chapters a try, I think you'll get hooked!

      I'm not going to lie. Given the title, synopsis, and a seriously OTT story I previously found on RR with a similar premise, I really was not expecting a lot from this. I am quite happy that I still decided to give it a go. The first chapter starts off a bit rough, but with each chapter the author quickly gets into the setting and the story really grabs you. The characters could do with a little more development, maybe, but at the same time the story is told from the perspective of a tree who doesn't care too much for most people and has an increasingly different perception of time, so I guess it makes sense in a way. The chapters are nice and long, too, which I very much appreciate - too many authors seem to focus on quantity and update frequency over length, these days, which hampers immersion and enjoyment IMO even if the quality is still high. 

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      Status: most recent

      About the only criticism I have is that the title doesn’t follow the same naming conventions as the chapter titles.

      There are a lot of interesting tree puns when naming, and tons of timeskips especially recently, but the worst part is that it’s called an ‘isekai’ instead of a ‘treesekai’.

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      Status: Those Who Fight For Tree

      The main character is a tree. 999 out of 5. Oh it doesn't go that high? I'll settle for 5 then.

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      Status: druidic conflict

      Definitely the kind of story I like. Kingdom Building is a personal favorite of mine, and this has lots of it.

      The conflicts are interesting, and it almost makes me want to write my own book with a tree character.

      But I won't. It's just good enough to be inspiring, and I really recommend one gives it a shot.

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      Status: bear and beetle (absolutely rubbish)

      This story has some major points that you need to be aware of before reading there is some spoilers but I wouldn't care if I was you, these points were enough for me to drop after 27 chapters, basically as thats when the bulk of the stupidity of all the characters shows through the most, although its present from the very beginning.

      1) the MC is an idiot, he has zero ability to think ahead and constantly makes stupid decisions for example when three groups of refugees arrive in his Forrest at the end of autumn/ start of winter he expects them to survive in the cold of winter without allowing them to cut down any trees for firewood even though he can grow over 100 trees a month with his abilities, later when he trusts them a bit more he lets them cut down a tree per YEAR, ONE TREE!!!

      2) the grammar and spelling is pretty bad and the author makes no effort to improve or edit.

      3) the characters around the MC constantly call him wise and mighty after he makes a stupid decision when all that does is not only point out how stupid the MC is but also how stupid the supporting characters are.

      4) the MC name is treetree, I mean honestly, in the story a little girl calls the MC treetree because that's what 2 year old children do, BUT after that the MC decided that he was going to name himself treetree like wtf, my nephew could call me poopy face but I'm not gonna change my name to it!! All it does is emphasise the mc's stupidity like he's trying to have a proper adult discussion about refugees and allocating land but he introduces himself as "treetree the guardian tree spirit" I'm honestly surprised the refugees didn't just burst out laughing cos that's what I did when I read it (not because of comedic premise but just pure stupidity)

      Overall not worth the time it takes to read I want my hours back, I actually think some of my brain cells died while reading this.


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      Status: c141 mar.30, 2021

      ok, I REALLY like this story. There's just one problem. What was the point of previously making him reincarnated? Besides relating the pop culture references there was almost no reason to make him reincarnated. He doesn't get any bonuses, his mental image of himself is a tree not human, his personality adapted way too quickly to the tree mindset, he refuses to tell anyone his true age for fear of weakness/loss of respect. 

      ugh, there was just so much potential to play with the human aspect of him and the story just barely acknowledges it. (The newest arc has started referencing his humanity more and more which is something that made me very happy especially when comparing his personality with the lillies)


      honestly overall the continent arc is way better than the city arc. Clearly, the author had something else originally planned for the city and just didn't like the direction of the story so they reset everything. But I love it, most author would give up on a story before resetting everything but im glad he didnt. Because it made the story way better as a result.


      beginning is good, newest chapters are amazing, but that transition inbetween part was not so great.

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