Age of Adepts


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A data loving young man from Earth has an accident which transports him to a dark land filled with terrifying creatures and magical powers. Fortunately for him, he has a Biological Assistance Chip to ease his path. However, things in this bizarre and strange world are not always as they seem, and, though it is a tremendous asset, the chip doesn’t always work as expected. With all of the crazy creatures and magical mayhem around him, one can only wonder what the future holds for this young man…

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New Dramaru rated it
May 1, 2018
Status: c311
Well it's my first time writing a review but all I can say is: if u like a slighlty wicked Maincharackter who isnt the strongest Guy out there at the very beginning, if u like magic but wnat to try something slightly different then the classical: fire, water, earth, wind style stuff. Then u are right were u are supposed to be. The Charackter does lose sometimes and trys to learn from his defeats the story is pretty fast paced with some worldbuilding and the magic is pretty creative sh*t... more>> :D

10/10 would read again <<less
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New grandplex rated it
April 25, 2018
Status: c235
I really liked the 1st arc, but I'm having a lot of trouble staying interested in the 2nd arc. There was a huge style/setting/character change, all of which for the worse. The story turns into a non-stop pointless action-fest, the MC is not particularly growing, and is in fact turning into a stereotypcial villain character, and the information about the setting/scenes get very repetitive, the same type of fight happens over a dozen times, for no particular reason.
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curryss rated it
March 30, 2017
Status: --
This is just plain bad. Not only is it a clone of WMW, but at the same time it has no redeeming qualities or anything unique to distinguish it from the rest of the chip web novels.

*Useless Protagonist
So far he's a boy toy being jacked around by women.

*Useless Cheat
All parts talking about this thing are just to fluff up the word count. Maybe it gets better later on?

... more>> *Irritating female cast
All women are irrational, emotional time bombs according to this web novel. Or just plain crazy.

My advice? Stay away. <<less
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I your Father rated it
April 11, 2017
Status: c38
It is somehow similar to WMW but I personally think that it is more realist because even though he gets a cheat, it isn't overpowered.

The MC is quite realistic as well, because even though he gets bullied he doesn't get a cheat so great that he can sweep the floor with everyone. He is getting stronger steadily and know his limit. For now he is weak so he stays low and tolerate the abuse but seeing his character we can already foresee that once he gets strong enough he will... more>> take his revenge. Its obvious that if someone stronger than you is agressing you, one can either fight (but without chance of victory) or flee (and prepare before avenging the outrage).

And that's why I like the story for now. <<less
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Xravia rated it
March 29, 2017
Status: c30
Oooooo ohhh, I saw a thread saying this was similar to Warlock of the Magus World, I can't wait to read it~!

The premise revolves around a transmigration into a apprentice mage, who doesn't really have a backstory, he was just really unlucky and needs the assistant chip to help turn his fortunes around as he would be really mediocre with out it. Currently practicing fire magic in a dark magis domain. Run ins with power struggles and different races such as vampires, bug men and even hawkeyes.

The A.I chip... more>> has limitations at his current level and the series picks up after chapter 5.

I'm pretty sure they established that he was not cruel or malicious by the fact that he came from the modern world and gave food to his neighbor. Rather than leylins background of an apocalyptic world and the fact that his aim is to be a adept not a warlock atm. The novel will probably let Greem grow more as a character through his experiences and trials. Right now I'm imagining him as a rogue like fire mage. Trying to make the best of his limited a.I power (which provides him with danger equal to its value) while trying not to die in this tower of death, I believe that it will only get better as he progresses that's why I'm not judging it too hard.

It has a better flow and is more interesting than the wizard world, It doesn't deserve the auto one star rating that snobs of WMW give it.

The story picks up the pace pretty well, with more decision making on the part of the MC and has a nice money woes aspect as well.

Thanks for translating XD <<less
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novelbrah rated it
April 8, 2017
Status: --
In the beginning, I had to ignore the similarities to Warlock of the Magus World in order to continue and I am happy I did. I also had to rate it a 5 to offset some baseless low scores.

Listen, this novel comes with its flaws. Where WotMW falls short, Age of Adepts does well. Character development here seems a little better. Still a cold and cutthroat world, but at least MC is somewhat likeable. It's too early to judge side characters, but so far I like them too. I... more>> find myself rooting for the MC here a lot more than Leylin (WotMW).

At least the author doesn't use as much pseudo science for this novel. My biggest gripe with WotMW was that the author started the novel by explaining every phenomenon with "science" only to start abandoning it later on. This really irritated me. Here, there's no such thing yet.

However, one of the problems this novel has is that the author likes to hear himself talk. There's some repeating and bloat going on that I find myself skipping cause nobody got time for that.

Personally, after a certain amount of chapters, this clearly is different than WotMW. Better? Not enough chapters out to declare.

You don't have to hate it for the similarities! I say read both and enjoy both. Personally, I already caught up to WotMW, so a new similar novel is fine with me as long as it entertains me. We aren't paying for this! Unless you donate, hold off on the horrible 1 star reviews cause this novel reminds you of WotMW too much. <<less
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Enryu022 rated it
May 19, 2017
Status: c200
This novel has one of the best world building I have ever seen in a long time, and also has an amazing heroine, the chemistry between MC and the heroine is pure amazing. The thing I like about this novel is also the power balance, MC doesn't power up too fast which gives him enough room to develop his personality. I always preferred personality power up over strength power up. Again the world building is awesome.
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summers rated it
June 30, 2017
Status: c116
MC is not a jerk, MC is not OP, MC is not an idiot, MC is not a beta, MC is creative but not genius, MC is humble but not pathetic. Finally!

Guy souls has a chip that helps him organize, optimize and analyze info, its not a Cheat but is useful, a tool not a crutch. MC died and came back to life in the body of a apprentice of magic school the story up till now is him advancing as a student. This is not your usual magic school,... more>> its isolated and desperate; everyone is seeking advantage and doing crazy experiments on themselves to advance. The teacher Anderson is not seen much, in fact up until the chapter I have read to he has not taught them a single lesson, he is too busy with his own business.

MC is a flame user with a darkness attribute, this rarely comes into play early in novel cause he does not have the resources to cultivate those talents; instead he focuses on using his chip to make optimized Golems. The magic system and world in constantly expanded on without being overwhelming, MC think like we would, so there is not face-palming at him missing an obvious Ideas; he uses his creativity to fuse golems and cover his weakness.

Power scale is well done as well; the pace picks up and shows us this when 3 foreign advanced students sneak into the school grounds, we see the difference in levels, MC only survives through trickery. Its also that trickery that lets him punch above his weight and its satisfying to see.

Later in the novel the world expands from the slow dreary swamp school tower, they get sent on mission to more resource rich schools and he advances rapidly, better Golems are used, he stops holding back a bit, he gets a cool new look, and he does so while still being relatively humble (Author seems tempted to make him a jerk and walks it back).

Most of the major secondary characters are antagonists with the exception of Mary the Vampires; she took some getting used to and I could not get past her murdering some random student but she was going through a uncontrollable mutation; and she doesn't turn the MC into horny idiot. Her purpose is actually to be used as cover for MC; he takes the spotlight while he plots his growth. She realized this later and is frustrated but can't and won't do anything about it.

Translation is good updates are frequent. Give this a read. <<less
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VeggieFly rated it
March 29, 2017
Status: c228
I would recommend that anyone trying this novel read the first 20-30 chapters before deciding whether they like it or not. The story really doesn't 'kick off' until ~chapter 15, so it feels a little slow in the beginning. However, if you stick with it, I believe that you will enjoy it much more once the story really gets going.

Also, as the editor of this novel, it would be fallacious for me to give it 5 stars and selflessly inflate the total (though I do believe it is worth 5... more>> stars!). Thus, I have given it 4 stars. <<less
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Daemonwolf rated it
April 8, 2017
Status: c35
Yes Age of Adepts is inspired by WMW, much like how people said Ultimate Evolution was like Terror Infinity. But this does not make this any less awesome. The principle is initially the same but it quickly makes a right turn into its own path like Ultimate Evolution did. The MC is more of your average Joe than a selfish scientist Leylin is, because is AI chip was meant for the common public and he just haven't to be of the first batch to test it out. The... more>> AI op level starting out is nowhere near as broken as Leylins was, at least so far. The magic principles and types seem to be similar to WMW which I also like as this will probably help the author from going astray by screwing up the power system by trying to unique.

Overall I expect and hope this will be just as good as WMW as the UE was in comparison to Terror Infinity is. <<less
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Haranador rated it
July 17, 2017
Status: c90
I normally don't write reviews so bear with me here as it might be a little all over the place.

First, let's start with the things I actually do like about this:
The world building seems sophisticated and thought out.
The magic system while being similar to WMW has still unique elements to it and works rather well.
There is some character depth.
No plainly stupid lucky encounters or plot armor situations.
MC doesn't have op growth cheats (yet?).
Possible/likely romance with a vampire. (What? I like vampires and I never... more>> said this will be objective, sue me)
Translation/Editing is good with no major grammatical errors.
You probably will enjoy the MC if you don't like Leylin's lawful evil alignmetn.

And now the rest:
My biggest complaint is the inconsistency of it. It feels like the author couldn't decide what he wants this to be. For example, let's talk about progression. It's a rather strange mix of the advancement system we know from WMW and game elemets/D&D style like an experience bar titles/feats that give you stat boosts.

In my opinion this is rather irritating since the WMW style system was more or less real life like with the addition that the A.I. Chip was able to display stats (e.g. a human has base stats of 1 however if he trains for example as a warrior his strength and agility will increase, if he does a lot of concentrating his spirit will rise etc.) while here it goes back and forth between that and Ding! You did something so you magically gain 1 agility! Yay!
Next would be the MCs personality it just... changes. He goes from "Nobody can know I killed this powerful pseudo-Adept I must hide my strenght!!! (why anyway?) " to " herp de derp so lets just sell her op gear I can't use in the middle of the school bazaar, I bet nobody will wonder how I got it anyway..." to " if you shall ever betray I will make you beg for death muahahahah!". Also stuff like "... as an adept in training Greem had long known that there was no place for love in his life and there was nothing that could melt his cold heart..." two chapters further "... maybe Mary likes me hihihihi *awkward teen romance thoughts*..."

The AI Chip: so a lot of other reviews here say he is not op, however, the chip gives him a 360° view so he can dodge everything, he can perfectly analyze weaknesses of shields, spells, and attacks, the runes/circle he makes in his golem cores are so precise, his golems can beat people who are a stronger than himself by two levels (that's a lot) 1 vs 1, his spells cost less mana and are more powerful and can be casted almost instantly (normally it would take 5-10 seconds) and while it hasn't happened thus far it was hinted that his alchemy abilities would probably be on par with Leylin if he tried. He even uses it if he doesn't know how to talk to Mary, like seriously?

Other things:
I don't get a feeling for the world while reading. It's a harsh dog eat dog world not because I think so but because the author tells me every other chapter.
Stupid/lazy naming makes it hard to take the story seriously and this happens a lot. Strong guy? Yeah, let's name him Hulk.
The Author establishes a logic and goes back on it a few chapters later.
E V E R Y female character is nuts in some way.
Some people hate the MC for no reason at all to the point of killing him which makes wuxia novel villains seem reasonable in comparison.
Lots of info dumping to get word count. When he makes his first Golem 90% of the chapter are infos about golems in general which has yet to become relevant and you get about half of the same information every time he makes a new one.
While I don't mind slow starts some time skips wouldn't have been bad at times.

It might not be the worst story but I cannot say it's a good story either. While the world building and character development seem steady, logic errors and inconsistency of story and characters, as well as bad character names, make it hard to enjoy thoroughly. At the moment I'm also missing an overall goal of the story except for the classic get stronk. If I could I would give it 2, 5 stars however I went with two in the end since the similarities to WMW are too many to simply call it inspiration and I can't give the author full credit for the background. <<less
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Daniel14541 rated it
July 5, 2017
Status: v1c75
This story is really crappy. And here is why. It outright steals the soul super computer idea from WMW, the protagonist takes forever and a day compared to other's on this site to make any progress at all in his actual growth, the fights are completely unrealistic, and worst of all the reasoning is complete garbage.

Seriously they have an underground resource area with actual worries about cave in's from big attacks killing everyone in the local area so normal "mages" can't be the glass cannons they normaly are. Meanwhile the... more>> reason body cultivators don't completely own everyone in the cave system is because they apparently all fire off big attacks...

Lol what? Seriously? First the author says that in the cave system you have to focus on only just barely killing your enemy with minimal environmental damage... and then the one cultivator types that would be cherry picked perfectly for this suddenly doesn't? What? They all create big attacks automatically? They can't modulate their own strength when they are swinging a sword around or punching? Does this author have no real life body control himself that he thinks your always using 100% of your physical power in everything you do in life?

Even worse the girlfriend of his that is a sadist and constantly beats him up is effectively a body cultivator. Her favorite tactic is to rip out people's throats with her teeth/fingers. way to go keeping internally consistent.

And this is just one example out of dozens I have come across while reading this story where the author makes ass backwards statements like this.

Don't even get me started on the interaction with people. The girls are all PMSing all the time and this is just insane PMSing. Either they act nice or they act like complete bitches. And the way cultivators have relationships? Why bother having relationships before Adept? Seriously? Even though the author provides a few examples of this clearly not being the standard case he still treats that everyone is backstabbing everyone to become an adept idea going. Just... eugh! No this story is utter crap. It wouldn't be as bad it it didn't have dozens of logical fallacies or at least remain internally consistent with its own material. But it doesn't.

The one redeeming quality it has is its world building. Which it does somewhat okay? Still doesn't make up for the utter garbage that is its internal consistency though. <<less
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yinko rated it
March 30, 2017
Status: c26
It's blatantly inspired by Warlock in the Magus World, but it doesn't do very well despite that. The protagonist uses fire as his element, the magic system restricts how many spells you can know at any given level, and he has no other real skills nor a personality cunning enough to overcome the daily issues of being a bottom-rung adept. Even his ability to absorb knowledge is weak, as it takes energy from his spirit to do so.

Supposedly the story kicks into gear when the fights start happening, but... more>> I just found myself bored by them. <<less
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ziki rated it
July 26, 2017
Status: c123
I expected the WMW clone and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it wasn't the case. While the Computer Chip is clear copy of an idea... unlike "The Wizard World", the battles as well as the storyline is of it's own.

The story is overall okay, sometimes boring sometimes great. MC is quite plain personality wise as it's the stereotypical MC, keeping low profile while being separately amazing thanks to the chip. The good part about this story are however it's side characters as unlike most stories, this one... more>> has more than few reappearing characters established characters whose importance doesn't disappear as soon as MC levels up and moves on. Best of all, there is even a good heroine established quite early and it seems like her importance will remain the same through the story unlike most CN novels where MC finds a new strongest, most beautiful, jade-like girl every damn arc!

So generally knowing that the story is not only about the MC is good thing.

Other than there is somewhat copied from WMW world-building but yet again with it's own twist... my favourite location were definitely the underground tunnels where there is somewhat of small-scale war between two factions with endless skirmishes and fight for resources. In such location in RPG like fashion MC receives Missions (Quests) to do things and such thing is rarely written in entertaining and non-strange way.

Overall I like the story a lot and while it's not the best of the kind and is at least grade below WMW it's entertaining enough. Still the reason why I didn't give it 4 but rather 3 is because the story has a very MAJOR flaw and that is it's combat system.

The battles themselves are entertaining to read and have the strategy element to them as well... but the issue is that they don't follow the established rules at all. I want to give a simple example. In the story it is mentioned how Adepts (AKA mages) basically have "Mana bars". MC has fireball like spell that costs 20ish mana and based on calculation he can use his skill 4 times. Various skills have various mana costs and so and and so forth.

Still with all that established the story doesn't hold to it at all and other than MC at the start of the story, everyone has unlimited amount of mana and can spam their skills. Later on MC also somehow gains this ability with that completely not main any sense. The worst part however that this change is brutally brought without any explaining. Basiacally at one point in the story there is a girl that first fights against "Strong fellow apprentice" and then battles MC who drags her around and make her fight various monsters to "Tire her out". But while such strategy should work perfectly as that girl had about 3 times as much mana as MC, somehow not only she could kept up the unbreakable magic barrier for few hours but also endlessly spam her attacking spacial slash ability and few ultimates as well without breaking a sweat. Truly her attacks were naturally stronger than MC's fireball so it's mana cost could be at best on the same level but the author is like... who cares that she was spamming her spells endlessly... MC still shouldn't use more than 4 spells... later on however it's like... oh wait, everyone can do it and MC somehow looks weak in comparison... oh well let MC have unlimited mana as well. For a note: it was also heavily established that one needs entire night of sleep to regain their mana after using and here those guys are spamming it without even any mana potions... COMMON! IF YOU ESTABLISH SOME RULES THEN AT LEAST FOLLOW THEM. IF YOU ARE GOING TO IGNORE THE RULES IN YOUR OWN STORY WHY WRITE THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE!

Truly for a story that heavily focuses on combat, it's combat system that is continuously being explained in 1/4 of the story is completely ignored whenver Author feels like it just to make combat scene more appealing. <<less
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April 12, 2017
Status: c39
While there are some scenes that's genuinely interesting, my main concern are all those exposition. It has disrupted the story to me.

It's like half of the chapter dedicated to deliver explanation about this world. I mean, will that info still be relevant after 100 chapters later?

The AI thing is ridiculous, though over time your suspension of disbelief will ignore it.

Everything else seems fine to me.
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hiddennoir rated it
April 4, 2017
Status: c28
While the concept of the A.I. Is the same as in Warlock of the Magus World the story line is different.
The MC isn't in control but is improving with the help of his chip.

Like in every story there are some parts which are already used in other novels. However, there are also new elements to enjoy.
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ScotlandForsythe rated it
March 31, 2017
Status: c29
First of all... The description. I actually really liked it. (It is such a huge turnoff when the summary only tells you the person is arrogant and domineering).

As the editor said it is a bit slow at first, but it gets better and I believe you guys will love the change of pace from your other novels. The fantasy elements are my favorite part. And the biological chip is different from a lot of op things the author could have given the MC.

The MC is calculative and he can... more>> be nice at times (actually one act of kindness has resulted in him getting a vampire companion *cough* boss, who saves his life).

So far the mc's personality hasn't gone off the deep end... But time will tell. This is only the beginning. <<less
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Daoist LastWish rated it
March 12, 2018
Status: c241
Age of Adepts is a fairly well written Mage Novel. It seems to take its beginnings from The Wizard World and makes it better! While Warlock of the Magus world is complete trash copy of the Wizard World, Age of Adepts is much better written than either of them. Age of Adepts has nice pacing and a much better plot!

... more>>

Both WMW and WW don't have any plot or pacing, they are just a series of disjointed incidents, written by kids who don't know how or what to write.

In Age of Adepts, the skill of the author is much higher. Greem is the main character, who came from the earth to a plane where magic exists. His cheat, although very strong, is not overwhelming. Greem, though strong, is not so OP that he is killing everyone and everybody. He has to use his wits to survive. He plots and kills, but he isn't actually evil to his friends. And he has friends!


All in all, this is the best chinese mage LN.

On the other hand, if you are looking for superbly written novels, then try: Nightfall, Ze Tian Ji (Way of Choices) and Deathsutra. <<less
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DarthBlood rated it
April 9, 2017
Status: c36
Like others said, it's very similar to Warlock of the Magus World. The MC gets an AI data chip thing that helps him process data, but I think this one starts off weaker than the chip in WMW.

While the plot itself is pretty interesting, I'm not a fan of the MC. He is someone who constantly gets bullied, and yet he never even thinks about getting revenge.

The supervisor of the tower he's living in comes by with 2 cronies and ransacks his room, taking all of the loot he's... more>> acquired over years of gathering. He stands there and meekly accepts it. There's no thought of anger or a hint of revenge. He just thinks "Man, if only I was stronger".

Later, he goes to take a mission that suits him just right. It's challenging but not impossible and has decent rewards for completion. An antagonist much stronger than him (and the supervisor from before) pulls some strings and he ends up being assigned a mission so hard that even the antagonist has a high chance of dying during it. What does he do? "He smiled sadly to himself." That was a quote from the story. Again, he doesn't think about getting revenge, he just accepts it and goes off by himself to train a bit.

WHERE IS YOUR BACKBONE??? Obviously, he's weaker and strength is everything so I don't expect him to go and pick a fight with the antagonist, but to not even have a bad thought? Come on man... <<less
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Hopeless rated it
February 28, 2018
Status: c93
This is complete and utter garbage, even by chinese web novel standards-and you should know that these are even lower than fanfiction's.

The author apparently can never be bothered to remember what he wrote on the previous chapter. If this happened every once in a while, I could stomach it, but in Age of Adepts you can never trust a single chapter. In these 93 chapters I've read, less than 10 of them managed to not contradict what has been previously said.

What you can expect from this novel is a story... more>> with no direction or purpose, which will constantly give you numbers and 'facts' that don't really mean sh*t, cause they'll be proven false soon enough or outright ignored. This means things like saying someone can cast a spell 4 times at the most, and only the first one will be a normal cast with every other cast being subpar and then they'll proceed to cast 20 times with no problem or fatigue on the next chapter.

Or saying they've been increasing one of their stats by such and such in a daily basis for weeks/months, yet when they check them again, it has not increased at all, or even been lowered.

You will also experience time travelling, as sometimes a character who has only just showed up will somehow spend months time achieving renown and wealth in a single day for no other purpose than the author being a complete douchebag, since this is pointless and will be ignored and forgotten like every other development in the story until now. <<less
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Enyhrye rated it
February 14, 2018
Status: c204
Really good story. You wont find many novels that I would want to read more of so much that I actually go, rate it and write a review. I read a lot of novels not because those are good but because I can do it for free, dont have to think while doing so, etc. If most of those would stop being translated I wouldnt even bat an eye. This story was droped once and I was really sad about it. Now its back and I want more...

This is one... more>> of those stories where you can find real characters. You can like them, hate them, but they are there. Its not like in most novel where you read over and over again about 3 people just with different names and in different places: bad person ("you dare!?"), good person ("let me explain younger brother") and a pet. Story does not repeat itself in every other city/place MC travel to. Characters have their own goals that are not any better or worst than MCs.

In other reviews you will read that its similar to WotMW. Its not. There is magic and a chip, thats whats similar. Age of adepts is much more... realistic than WotMW. Just try it <<less
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Flores520 rated it
January 22, 2018
Status: c350
Its good, way better than average, but not the best either. There are a lot of similarities to the Warlock of the Magus world especially in the beginning. But as the novel progresses, though, you will see that there are a lot of differences and they eventually become clear and distinctive.


-The MC is not cruel or completely pragmatic, as he cares a lot about the people close to him, but he is not naive and can be pretty cold-hearted and calculating when needed.

-All character have depth and not 1-dimensional, they... more>> also are used quite thoroughly. A lot of them will last at least 100 chapter and some times more. Those especial to the MC will remain in the story so far.


- It is pretty good, there is a reasonable amount of intrigue and the tension of conflicts is there


-Similar to WoWM but not identical <<less
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