Machiavelli and Gerrard are just one of the many names the new professor of Ceoren Academy uses to disguise his identity, and now he can add one more to his list, Professor Ludger Cherish. The real Ludger Cherish dies on board a train during a terrorist attack, making him the perfect target for a new identity. Little does the new professor know, Ludger Cherish was involved in something deep and secret. The new Professor Ludger has to be careful to not get caught by the school and the dangerous secret society.
It's absurd how many plotlines the author wants to cram into his work in an effort to keep it engaging. It's filled with nonstop plots from every historical legend to made-up legends, from Warwolfes, Twilight, and England. The main issue is that none of them are likely constructed, and after 40 chapters, everything is a complete jumble with countless plots being introduced that are unrelated to one another and without a single one having a conclusion.Although the beginning of the story was intriguing, we can't claim that it has anything to do with being an undercover agent or an academy professor at this point (you cant have 2 lectures or ie 5 chapters in 40 in relation to the academy and give it such a title). Additionally, the manner the words are delivered or interpreted adds a certain embarrassment to the action.The basics of the essentials, such as what kind of world is it, are not even explained. how do you rank? magic quotient? knights? or at least the power rating; don't claim that fourth magic is stronger than third magic only to demonstrate the reverse in a real-world battle. Additionally, a convoluted list of instructions is supplied just to give the impression that it is more supported, despite the fact that it is all confusing nonsense that is unrelated to one another and contradicts the conclusion.Unfortunately, the author is concealing the fact that there is no deep or flushed out storyline or development in the story by combining everything in a buffet into one bowl. Give it a shot but don't expect anything from it. Oh and the last straw was adding a dragon ball like pwoer where a wish can grante anything and the mc getting to use it yet uses it for an unknown new plot instead of solving his biggests crises that give hi mhis current plot, not only that there is the question why the acadamy itself didnt use it when there was no consquences? too many plot holes and no answer.
Main character wasn’t reborn with talent or ability, but at least his knowledge from earth allowed him to stay one step ahead in this other world. Magic exists here, and new progress was rapidly being made in science while magic stagnated in the name of tradition. Using his earthly knowledge and not bound by the traditional thinking, main character was able to do things other wizards couldn’t even imagine. He was mistaken as someone else and he became a teacher at the best magic academy in the empire... This manhwa has a lot of good drama and action in it. Main character is overpowered from the start and there are many secrets about his past that are revealed slowly to the readers. He also has a cool type personality. The art is good and fight scenes are also decent. Side character are written well with certain level of depth to each of them. World building is also looking good for now. This manhwa is highly recommended for fantasy genre fansfans looking for a good story.
The MC is super interesting, though he isn't OP he uses whatever he have more efficiently than others. Also, the Art is God tier. The 19th century European setting is expressed vividly. The characters have their own personalities and aren't one dimentional. They have their own goals and are intelligent unlike what we are used to see in major series where only the MC is smart. They have blend humor tastefully without hindering the overall vibe of the storyline. In short, a masterpiece in the making. Reviewed at chapter 73 on 21.11.2023
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