Eleven year old Siwoo Jeong can only play by himself during gym class. "I'm sitting out." "Why are you the only one sitting out?" Are you kidding?" "If I go in, everybody else has to sit out. Physically." To Siwoo, strength isn't something he's had to train for, but something that's come naturally. When he turned sixteen years old though, the world undergoes a catastrophic change.
Source: Copin Comics
Overall it is another solo leveling manhwa. It's just that it lacks that punch that solo leveling had. World building is good ... main character is somewhat cool (anyhow you know what i mean) if we were to talk about its flaws then one can point that its not that immersive, but still is a worthy read. MC is constantly leveling up and learning new skills(watching him grind through everything is satisfactory). Nice power politics is going around in the background and thee pacing is lso done right. I'm at chapter 24 and every thing is going alright till now.
Talk no Jutsu on a higher level than naruto, with 99% talk and 1% action, including an annoying non-stop talking human fairy decapitating spoilers of future actions/adventure. At the start, the story had an amazing premise and had shown itself to be a diamond but after the appearance of a companion human who had turned into a fairy sized character, the story started going downhill rapidly. The author created such a character as a guide to the MC and to explain things to the audience. But the biggest mistake was to have said character explain every nook and cranny, not once or twice but many times. The premise of adventure was lost, you would know everything to come from the fairy and the fairy would on many occasions be soo annoying by stopping the mc from actually moving on and starting the action since he's very strong. The fairy is the worse limiter to the mc growth and because of that I thought of dropping the manhwa at chapter 10 but I thought to give it more time than maybe all the explaining, talk no Jutsu would end soon like a tutorial. But nope it continues, all way to chapter 30 where they introduce another human to be like a second guide which added more talk no Jutsu. The translation also had dropped in quality as 2 groups had picked and dropped the manhwa between chapters 20-30 and had explained that they had wanted to drop it way earlier as well but they thought of giving it a chance since it was a diamond in the rough. Unfortunately, I log in alone is a misleading title as the mc had another companion for 30 chapters and now has a second companion, also there's no logging in at all in the story as the story is built in the real world.
I disagree with the common statement about many manhwas being a "copy of solo leveling." This manhwa, along with many others, is not a copy, but a similar genre. In my opinion, it is pretty high quality and enjoyable. If you're looking for a nice boost manhwa, this one will more than suffice. The art is pleasing, the story is good, and the characters are all unique. Definitely something I'd reccomend to anyone who enjoys watching an mc with lots of potential go from weak to strong.
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