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Yeon-woo had a twin brother who disappeared five years ago. One day, a pocket watch left by his brother returned to his possession. Inside, he found a hidden diary in which was recorded "By the time you hear this, I guess I will be already dead…."
Both go into a new world with magic-like skills. They both get good skills. Great art on Both with their webtoon style. Both kinda 'playing' solo. Both rewarded by the system for their work.
They're different in that in one ML doesn't want to take revenge and in the other he wants revenge for his brother. They're both pretty badass and while in dungeon reset, he has an easier life while facing hurdles, second life ranker is more creative.
Love them both!!
Similar systems and vibes throughout the story. Both stories are pretty well executed and enjoyable and I would definitely recommend both of these stories to someone, let alone to someone who had read one and not the other.
Both of them are in the same spirit, even though the plots are really different, if you liked one, you'll almost certainly like the other one
Both are amazing wothin similar genres, but have completely different storys. .
In this world where Hunters with various magical powers battle monsters from invading the defenceless humanity, Sung Jin-Woo was the weakest of all the Hunters, barely able to make a living. However, a mysterious System grants him the power of the ‘Player’, setting him on a course for an incredible and often times perilous Journey. Follow Sung Jin-Woo as he embarks on an adventure to become an unparalleled existence through his “Level-Up” system - the only one in the entire world!
Both have game-like mechanics. Both get rewarded by the system for accomplishing things. Both have interactions with their minions. Both have good webtoon art.
While somepeople say that they are basicaly the same thing i feel that dungeon reset is more goal oreitated and from the near start we know th goal and fucusses alot on comedy and is not to be taken too serously, and that Solo leveling leaves a lot more mystery and is a bit more realistc.
it has the same feel, and it focuses on one main character that works hard and struggles to become stronger and they are both great.
both go from weak to strong (and if u like good quality and in full colour it has both and has some time were the main character doesn't see why people can't do what he does, and similar concept very enjoyable you should read
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11-year-old Jung Si-woo never had any friends, because there was nothing interesting about him. He lived an average life as an average person in an average world. But suddenly, the earth faced a great change when Mysterious floating 'Sky Castles' appeared. The 'Sky Castles' granted some people wings and powers, but unfortunately, Si-woo wasn't one of them.
both dungeon themed, easy enjoyable reads similar artwork and both MC have a similar vibe...and some humour in both
they are the same genre and the plot of the two while being similar is diffrent so that you don't feel like your are reading the same thing twice
Caught up on both and they both are amazing. They both have a similar feel to them wheile you read, and they always keep me on the edge.
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Jee-Han loves gaming more than anything, but it still comes as a shock when one day, he suddenly acquires a mysterious power that superimposes RPG characteristics onto the real world! Tasks like going to the store for his mother initiate experience-earning quests, and everyone around the boy display levels and stats above their heads. But what starts as a mild curiosity suddenly becomes all the more real, when Jee-Han discovers that there's monsters to be killed, special skills to be earned, and others who have similar abilities!
Both have a similar feel with a MC grinding thire game like power a bit light comedy and exploring what they can do.
I have read dungeon reset twice and I have read chapter 75 of the gamer so far (x2) cause I restarted and both times remind me for each other because they both use their brain and gamer like abilities to get through stuff and (went from weak to strong)
King Grey has unrivaled strength, wealth, and prestige in a world governed by martial ability. However, solitude lingers closely behind those with great power. Beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of man, devoid of purpose and will. Reincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters, the king has a second chance to relive his life. Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge, however. Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for, questioning his role and reason for being born again.
Back then, Dokja had no idea. He had no idea his favorite web novel 'Three Ways to Survive the Apocalypse' was going to come to life, and that he would become the only person to know how the world was going to end. He also had no idea he would end up becoming the protagonist of this novel-turned-reality. Now, Dokja will go on a journey to change the course of the story and save humankind once and for all.
-sadistic entity(rabbit/doraeka) that overlooks "players"
-protagonist haves morals
-ML surprisingly calm/optimistic about their situation (or at least tries/pretends to be)
-ML has special abilities
-ML started off weak and will eventually be the strongest
-ML is kinda like a bug in the system that wasnt supposed to survive
On his way home from his office, the main protagonist drove and ran over a big dog. At that moment, he heard the sudden sound of a voice inside his head. "The monster has been subjugated, gaining experience points." Before anyone knew, the world has changed. Monsters appear, this is a game-like world where levels, skills, and status exist. This is an adventure where the modern world becomes fantasy and where the main protagonist has to strive hard for his survival.
the survival elements in these manga I believe is what make them compelling for that reason I think if you read one you would most likely enjoy the other.
15 contestants compete in a survival game as they work on upgrading the dungeon altogether. Who will be the one to claim it all?
Dungeon Sherpa, a general term for those who make a living by carrying the baggage of adventurers while leading the way for them in their search through labyrinths. Rou is a young but skilled sherpa whose activities are based in Tairos Labyrinth. Although Rou lost his father half a year ago and works to support his younger sister who he lives with, he is forcibly dragged into helping the hero who made a name for herself at the royal capital as the "Twilight Blade."
Clear all the dungeons! There are 666 of them and 10 years to do it. If not, the only thing that awaits...is total annihilation. Ezoe Kazuhiko suddenly finds a mysterious underground space in his yard. When he steps into what turns out to be the very first dungeon in this world, he ends up activating the Dungeon System and learns from the mysterious beauty who appears to him, Akane, that the world is doomed to destruction if the 666 total dungeons that will be appearing in this world are not all cleared within 10 years.