"If this galaxy is truly a ruthless and bloody forest, we Cultivators would burn our lives to ignite a small spark." "One day, the tiny spark would set this dark place ablaze and light up the whole world!" This is a passionate tale about the journey of an ordinary teenager—from being deserted at the border to eventually becoming a legend that takes over the galaxy!
Source: Bilibili Comics
I personally didn't like it although I have to admit the art is really gorgeous for a manhua. I have a problem with that type of world. I'm pretty sure the author wanted to try something new but there are general guidelines in place for a reason. When you write a fantasy/sci-fi story you need to choose which aspect will be more prevalent. A post modern world with high technology but barren land and no availability of resources does not go well with cultivation. Especially if you mix it with magic. You have robots, mecha, AI but spirits, monsters, swords, spells, etc. It's confusing. Just read a couple of chapter and you'll understand what I mean.
I definitely loved this manwha but the biggest problem I found was the poor translation, names got mixed up half way and near the end the sentences seemed like words just chucked together. Also I highly recommend stopping at chapter 345, the following chapters didn't make sense and it kinda ruined the final part, nothing that felt really important in my opinion.
I enjoyed the idea used here. Am a fan of cultivation mangas so i liked it a bit but the issue was many things were lacking such as a proper understanding of the power levels and though trying to mix machinery and cultivation was a great idea, i think the author failed as the story later on mostly revolves around machinery.
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