Qin Chen, a legendary figure of the Tianwu continent, has unexpectedly fallen into Wuyu due to the betrayal of a friend. Three hundred years later, he was reborn as an illegitimate son of a marquis and is constantly bullied. He used his accomplishments from his past life like spiritual techniques and pill refinement to rise to the heavens. He will embark on a shocking journey that will astound all the lands.
Source: Wutopia Comics
Frankly said, the pacing of this is utter fucking garbage, staying too focused on unnecessary things instead of moving on to the actually interesting bits, wasting entire goddamn chapters with obvious or completely pointless dialogue. The art is trash as well. Only reason to read this is if you have nothing else to read and have time to kill. There are worse things out there.
I have two issues with this one, well three if we consider the bad drawing, but I don't care about that so much and they improve a little later. The first one is that when he gets resurrected there is no explanation whatsoever of why he gets into that body (ej, the previous guy died) and even more important, I get that the soul takes over the new body, but how did the brazalet appear too? the author doesn't even try to explain it, he just shows the MC taking something several chapters later, as if he's hopping no one will notice and just accept it as it is. The second is the MC personality, why do most MCs in this kind of stories have to be pedantic imbeciles? one thing is being arrogant, another is being condecending, lookiing for fights everywhere and outright acting like a spoiled prick. Having said that, it's a quite generic cultivation and revenge story with no particular strong or weak points. The same convenient easy leveling, the usual "everybody makes fun of the MC only to be slapped in the face", and so on Altogether, too much noice and too little content most of the time but for those who like this kind of setting it's another story of the same kind so they'll probably like it. I think there are better options out there but this one is not that bad of an option if looking for more of the same.
While there are lots of things to complain about with this manhua, my main issue is pacing. They jump right into everything, and there's absolutely no context. You can follow along, but there's absolutely nothing to keep you hooked. The characters are all baseline cliches that don't exactly make you care about any of them. The art is sloppy and rough, but not the worst I've ever seen... Honestly I can't think of a single good thing about this manhua except that there are a lot of chapters if you're bored and desperate enough to need that new content.
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