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Life Hunter
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Arimane Blade was a living legend. He had been granted many names. They were not all bright. Some hailed him as a messiah, others slandered him as the Devil. A man that was feared by all even as a simple mortal.

One day like any other, decades after his retirement, an old god informed him that he had been killed by mistake and offered him a chance to start a new life with a younger body. Where? A place where fantasies are reality and where everything is possible.

This is where the story of the most legendary human started. People couldn't find a name for such a controversial being. Instead, they began to call him by his first and most fitting title: 'The Kind Demon'

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Ability Steal Accelerated Growth Adventurers Age Progression Alchemy Angels Animal Characteristics Antihero Protagonist Appearance Changes Appearance Different from Actual Age Brainwashing Calm Protagonist Carefree Protagonist Caring Protagonist Death Dragons Elves Evil Gods Gods Legends Mythology Strong to Stronger
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    New Shiddedpant
    Status: c0

    I was debating whether or not to review this novel since I stumbled onto it by mistake when my filters messed up and let this slip through but it seems that regardless of the audience mistakes are mistakes so my criticisms still hold up even not as the target audience. 

    This novel feels like you copied one of those Japanese isekai mangas into a Chinese cultivation novel template, resulting in the worst of both tropes. The progression essentially amounts to the MC "progressing up the realms" so we can never enjoy life at the top, of course the MC brings one thing from his original world and not only is it a f**king sword (yes from a world more advanced than ours the MC brought a STICK with him just because he liked it) but also a katana just to add insult to Injury. The author mentioned that this mistake was something he acknowledged later on but didn't care enough to correct as it would require editing any portion of the novel the cringe sword crap was involved in so do with that what you will. 

    The novel sounds very Chinese with the phrasing and most importantly, yapping, the MC will say in 4 lines what normal English speakers say in maybe 1 at most and that's just an average of sorts to give you an idea of how dialogue feels. Adding more words to a sentence if you aren't sure if your translation doesn't make it better, atleast a single poorly translated sentence can be corrected or something. Turning one line into a full paragraph just completely kills the immersion into the conversation. 

    On a matter of personal taste the filter that messed up was the romance tag which this novel lacked and ultimately was the deciding point that I would give up. Romance is the end goal of all fantasy anything as far as I'm concerned and the rest of the world exists as a side quest or eye candy to support said goal, for example this novel literally couldn't go anywhere worthwhile or interesting in the absence of romance. The MC had the personality of a boulder that read too much isekai and decided prepubescent manga characters were the best option to construct his entire being around, the sword is a sword, the magic needs chanting and the world felt pretty copy paste from what I could tell outside the potentially cool magic. The issue is wtf can you even do with that? He can just run around and grow in power and then what? Sit in a cave for thousands of years? Grow in power some more? 

    Overall fairly dissapointing on both an objective and personal level, perhaps with a rewrite or edit atleast it could read 3/5 or higher but without a serious shift in the direction of either the MC or the plot there simply isn't anything to grab onto. 

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    Status: 39. “let’s begin.”

    This should probably be titled something like 'Life of a protagonist who is so overpowered there is absolutely nothing that can seriously threaten him'

    Seriously.... there is no sense of apprehension/suspense about 'how will he get through this'.... 

    Might as well read a story about going grocery shopping trying to get the best prices.. it might generate a bit more apprehension/suspense on how you would find them than this novel does on it's protagonist and his scenarios...

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    Status: c10

    If you prefer novels that skip the process and jumps straight into the stage, the climax without buildup, this one is for you. 

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    Status: 113. “why not.”

    I really enjoyed this novel.

    The author managed to write an awesome novel with an interesting story containing an MC with an actual backstory which we can discover throughout the novel. The comrades of the MC are also well written with their own personalities.

    While the MC is indeed overpowered, he still feels like an actual person with a well written personality and a deep history, which is unfortunately hardly the case in most other novels with an op MC.

    The writing itself is pretty good. While there are some little grammatical errors or simple typing mistakes, they are so few that it does not have an impact on the immersion of the reader.

    Please note that this review only mirrors my personal opinion which might or might not differ from yours.

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    Status: 17. “you’re not human.”

    It’s an OK story. 


    The dialogue is choppy and I feel like sometimes the story misses a few steps but moves on anyway.

    His magic is poorly explained, I feel it’d be better to say he used latin to project his will or intent of the spell into magic.

    He goes to this elven princess and says, “hey I read you want to be in an alliance with humans (even though they do their best to enslave you and you can’t do much about it if they are allowed to get even closer with you)... How about I help?” I felt this was kind of stupid to do in a novel you can do absolutely anything you want as a result of being the most powerful thing you’ve encounter so far. (His soul pet dragon was said to be rank seven for beasts and MC beat him with 50% of his power only using 20% of his mana). 

    I do enjoy the fantasy setting and will continue to read hoping for better quality.


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    Status: c0

    I haven't read this story on this site, but I have read the full thing over on Webnovel. And I must say, it was superbly executed. The author takes your standard isekai trope and evolves it.

    In the first couple of chapters, you're lead on to believe that the MC is simply going to learn all of the secret techniques/crazy magical powers, and is now at the top of the universe. But then, the worldview expands. He meets new foes with similar, if not crazier power spectrums. The author never fails to make these foes uninteresting either. I won't say that all of these people elevated his purpose/abilities/character, but I liked them nonetheless.

    Also, for a character that originates on the whole 'isekai' premise, I honest to goodness love this guy. He's this quirky overpowered dude that carts around his reluctant party members, but at the same time, he's more than that. We later learn of his backstory, (which actually has relevance, which I love) and what he went through in the past. Later on in the book, he gets, what I call, a 'slap in the face from reality'. His friends note that his actions are wrong, and he reflects. His mental issues were addressed as well, and I would like to believe that they got better.

    Most importantly, the author represents his mental issues as not 'cool' or as a character trait, but as something that is an issue that can be addressed.

    The supporting characters have relevance to the overarching scheme of things, and they have clear cut personalities. (I personally like Layla a lot. Hahaha, I feel the hate coming.)

    I could go on and on, but I felt that these were some of my favorite aspects of the novel. I will not say that this is perfect, as I myself see this as an insult. But it was an extremely enjoyable piece of writing, full of plot twists and riveting plot points.

    (Sorry, this ended up being pretty long.)

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    Status: c70ish

    Been a while since I dropped this, but I saw it pop up in trending and had to write a review. The main character is the most badass of badasses in this setting and there is no comparison to him. There were some interesting aspects to the story, and if you are hard up for entertainment, it is definitely readable, but the content is pretty boring as the stakes are very low (or at least it feels that way). I like overpowered main characters, but this is beyond just being overpowered. It's silly.

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    Status: c81

    I love the story, its very entertaining and the MC is strong but isn't annoying. Great read I heavly recommend it.

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    just binged the 5 available chapters, gotta say that I enjoyed it. You forgo the tiresome "adjustment phase" that all reincarnation stories suffer from these days (e.x. MC asks stupid questions, is completely amazed at every little thing, or makes ridiculous and ret*rded choices) and the story is better for it. Its explained well that the MC is an apathetic, 130ish year old war veteran and nothing really ruffles his feathers.

    i did subtract 1 star tho because the MC seems almost uninterested in the crazy possibilities this new world offers, and there really is no motivation or plot for the MC to follow in the beginning either. The story kinda has an extremly abrupt entrance into his "new world" (wich I personaly enjoy)

    take that criticism with a grain of salt because its only 5 chapters in and everything can change.

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    Status: c24

    TLDR: Don’t read this if you don’t like the harvester. Actually don’t read this at all, really nothing going for it. It’s Like a poorly translated Chinese power trip novel you would find on Webnovel. 

    The MC is obnoxious, several story arcs worth of content are done in 4 chapters, magic system is never explained, and the MC is unlikable. His backstory is never explained until later in the story, and this makes it hard for a reader to sympathize or relate to him. All the attempts to make the MC feel relatable just make him seem more childish and stupid. The MC doesn’t deserve anything good that’s happening to him. He is a black and white character that is barely explained his comrades have very poor personalities. Literally nothing can do anything harmful to him. The MC’s power is actually never fully explained and in the first few chapters, he just got it somehow. He somehow figured out magic in seconds and his mana pool is never really defined either. His soul beast is just to make him seem more edgy and special, so he doesn’t really matter. Never have I ever wanted the main character to suffer as much when I was reading this. 

    The fact that this inferior product is linked to a arguably better fic like The Harvester is stupid. Despite what the author says, reading this is mandatory if you want to understand a quarter of what’s going on in the Harvester. Even though, The harvester has a lot of the same problems it at least has better writing to back it up. Some would probably try to argue that I gets better towards the end, but personally I wouldn’t eat sh*t if it will start to taste like a gourmet meal after a minute of it being in my mouth.

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