In the mobile gacha game infamous for its atrocious difficulty, ,the Master ranked 5th in the world, 'Loki', loses consciousness while raiding the Dungeon. After waking up, 'Loki' realizes he has turned into a Level 1, 1-Star Hero—'Han Yslat'. To return to Earth, he must lead the newbie Master and heroes and clear the 100th floor of the Dungeon! 'You messed with the wrong guy.' This is the story of hard carrying by Master Loki who never accepts even a single defeat.
This story has been pretty alright, largely just because the premise of having video game characters be actual people with lives and thoughts of their own is a decent enough premise. I think this manhwa does a decent job of portraying the fear and more negative emotions, which definitely does help to add to the tone. My biggest complaint is probably that it feels like Han isn't doing much of anything to get out of this situation. Like, Han accepts the idea that fe's stuck within this world very readily (and those who spend time trying to find ways out are seen as cowards who just don't want to train). I also find the callous individualism to be not all that engaging, nor do I care for the dehumanizing way that people are treated as only valuable if they can produce results. Yes, I understand that this manhwa has presented things in such a way that it's like "you need to be this callous in order to survive," but it's still a bit disappointing. Like, I think stories where people maintain their sense of compassion and humanity in the face of dire situations that are trying to push them to only think of themselves are far more inspiring stories. Obviously, not every story needs to be inspiring and some stories can be recounting the tragic ways that humans can abandon their compassion. But what I think grates me the most is that this manhwa doesn't appear to be portraying the callousness or lack of compassion as a tragic byproduct of a harsh situation, but instead it seems like those elements are intended to be interpreted as "cool." [Reviewed at chapter 21]
This is such a good manga it reminds me of what sword art online would be with a structured story/progression and if the mc actually had a cheat element nothing that is ground breaking or makes him stronger but can see char pages ect. The main character is very cold and does whatever is necessary to survive which is always a nice change of pace from the idealist mc And finally the art is amazing even the non main characters have personality and depth in the art alone you can see the kind of people they are
It's good if you are new to this type of story, but I'm already tired of stories where a "god" is playing with the life of the MC just for fun. Everything is about being luck, and the god playing with him will always make him very luck when he is about to die. It's not about how much the effort the MC put in it, it's about how much the god wants to play with him. Note that I wrote this review after reading half of the chapter 2, and it's just as I expected. In this world it doesn't matter if the MC says "I am going to survive this game because I'm awesome and you messed with the wrong person arggg(bad guy face)" just after he surviving by luck the synthesizing or something. You are his play thing the moment he wants you dead you die The plot is: you are too weak of a threat to him so that's why he don't care about you, but at some point whatever will happens and you will get strong enough to kill him. Let me keep reading to see if I'm right. I read till chapter 10, it's good but again more of the same. I recommend you to read to see if you like it. It's worth trying.
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