Jin Runcandel was destined to become the head of his swordmaster clan. But despite his best efforts, he's banished for his shoddy swordsmanship. Though Jin eventually makes a contract with the god Solderet and is freed from the curse that hindered his abilities, he meets a rather unfortunate end. In the next moment, however, he awakens as a baby, long before his tragedy began. Armed with a second chance and some new powers, Jin swears to fulfill his destiny and become the ultimate swordmaster.
If you read this manwha, you'll definitely like it. The MC is strong and assertive, the plot is okay and the art is of course very nice. I still can't figure out how going back to the past is enough for MC to be strong but well, we don't really read those for the logic do we. My only problem is that it feels very bland. It's as if the author took a random Korean MC from those dungeon stories and put him there in a full fantasy setting. You'll notice what i'm talking about as you read the manwha. It was still okay when he was a child but as soon as he grew up, he went from normal fantasy looking dude to normal Korean dude. He is the only character that looks out of pace because he wears a white shirt with a black pant when everybody else is wearing some kind of attire. His hair is also the blandest when everybody else got crazy hairs. It's as if Korean authors only know to write and draw one type of MC: the always serious MC who dresses in shirts and is OP af for no reason. Anyway as I said it's a good read but very forgettable if you've read enough of these.
Gripping and Exhilarating! MC who was the shame of his family due to non-existent talent caused by an unknown curse gets regressed and traverses through the politics and endangering missions of his family to acquire the seat of the patriarch. MC is cold, calculating and ruthless to his enemies. The whole family circumstance is fresh and well pieced together. The flow of the story is addictive, the Art is amazing, Fight scenes are LIT and the characters are written well. Definitely on my priority list. Chapters read : 47
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