Gardens, isolated from the world, home to the mystical. What resides within their walls? Gods and deities? Charming vixen spirits? Ghouls and apparitions? An amalgamation of fiends, demons, beasts, and spectres, the Mystic Gardens descend and stir the world into chaos. Amidst countless creations and endless dangers, can the millions struggling to survive within the Gardens construct a safe haven for themselves?
A really new approach to cultivation, many describe manhua in that way and then when you read it you are left with complete disappointment, it was just more of the same. This one is, really different. I won't get much into it because I don't understand it well enough yet, but lets just say that while there are cultivation realms, that's just one of the aspects of cultivation, the MC for example has weak cultivation but is decently strong in the beginning. Then there are the mystic gardens which the best analogy I can make is that they are manifestations of their "sea of consciousness".The world in itself is also interesting, the first image you get is not all there is to it, I won't spoil it. And the author slowly introduces concepts and builds the world in (so far) a coherent way. Even the characters can't be talen at face value, be it the MC or the FL.Main flaws might be the art which is not the standard and is thus not for everyone, the pace which is a bit unstable because there are ocasional info dumps or lots of text among the action. Overall, I want to read more, it's too soon to tell, but so far the world interesting describes it pretty well.