When the world was plunged into darkness martial artists gathered to form the ‘Northern Heavenly Sect’. With the help of the Northern Heavenly Sect people began to enjoy peace again. However, as time passed the martial artists began to conspire against the ‘Northern Heavenly Sect’, and eventually caused the death of the Sect Leader, Jin Kwan-Ho, destroying the sect with it. As everyone left the sect, Jin Kwan-Ho’s only son, Jin Mu-Won was left behind. Mu-Won has never learned martial arts, but he finds the Techniques secretly left behind by his father and begins to acquire the martial arts of the Northern Heavenly Sect.
so lets kinda start from the plot aspect most of comics normally even if they are consistant on going with the flow 9 out of 10 of the readers get lost in something but man oo man every chapters thrill is diffrent to the other kinda reinds me of solo levelling not because their story or art is similar but just the rush i get from reading exciting stories. i just hope it keeps ketting better or even stays at this pase
This manhua is a must-read. Among the heap of cultivation mahua this one is one of the few who realy stands out and its for the right reason trust me. The story is realistic conserving the "magical" part linked with the cultivation world. The revenge story is the leading theme without crushing the subplot. The art is original and almost perfectly mastered, moreover it perfectly fit with the story. Finally the characters are human-like thanks to way the author create relationships make them evolve. Thanks for this work of art. (and the translator)
Story: Starts off on a rather weak note, with a rather amateurishly done exposition dump, but quickly develops at around chapter 6. The revenge acts as a very loose finish line, mostly a catalyst for characterization. Speaking of which, Characters: This 8/10 has potential to go up, because I still haven't seen that much short-term character development. I enjoy how the author introduces conflict through the characters, but still suffers a bit for polarizing characters. Art: very unique, and very memorable. Not quite a 10, but I believe it has the potential. Some backgrounds are lazy, and sometimes the characters feel tired when it's just the artstyle. This has somewhat mitigated after chapter 10.
There are no custom lists yet for this series.