Linley is a young noble of a declining, once-powerful clan which once dominated the world. He has large aspirations and wants to save his clan. Linley's journey begins with an accident when he discovers a ring. He took a liking to this ring, which had a dragon carved coiling around it. Upon being injured during a battle between two powerful fighters he discovers that his ring is not what he thought it was and possesses powers beyond his imagination.
I guess it gets a 6. Started strong, got mediocre to slightly above average in the middle, became terrible as it rushed to finish on the final quarter. By rushed I mean really really rushed. Skipped entire arc, condenses 80 chapters of novel into 8 chapters skipping basically every fight in the necropolis and lots of major plot points. It ends in a somewhat ok place but thats only the midway point in the novel. Book 10 of 21 of this writing for those curious. I was really enjoying it for the first hundred and change chapters. Then I took a few year break from it waiting for the drip feed of translations to catch up and then to finish. It really started going downhill shortly after I left off around chapter 130 at least in my opinion. As you get closer to the end the time skips become so overbearing with how much time they cover and how little they explain about what happens during them. You can really tell this manhua was rushing to come to a semi-conclusive ending by 20-30 chapters before it's end. Quite a shame because even though I love these stories and this genre this one really fizzled out. I wouldn't recomend this unless you just love reading the dozens or maybe even hundred of these kinds of comics that exist now between Korean and Chinese releases. While it might seem enticing because of how many chapters it is and that it is complete. You won't feel good about all that by the end.
The Art is okay. The storyline is messy. The characters aren't really built all that well. Overall, it's like a story made with a bunch of random ideas clustered together. I already dropped this series and I won't be wasting my time on it any longer.
I got enganged by the very simple fantasy adventurer feel of the first few chapters and got interested in the world, which was the only thing together with simple digestable dialog that kept me reading. It feels like there is both a lot of and not many characters because they pop up almost randomly all over the place.The characters are not well developed, they are not bad, but not deep mostly because they are not the focus. Main character is and he is just typical shonen protagonist, not bad either but just too simple. The story loves time skips. Really, really loves them.Romance was somewhat interesting at the start but it was compeltly abondand until last chapter which didnt come out of nowhere but...did they even date before? Whatever. Its obvious that all their poblems above are because of the adaptation in to a comic format from the novel and I would say it destroyed the pacing, reading to the simple one liners and basic exposition screams that to me.
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