In a world of martial arts, a young boy namned Wu was unable to practice martial arts due to his special body, will he accept his fate and live his life bullied and looked down by others or will he rise and become a master?
zui wu dao has a good story/plot but, theres no proper ending. its more of cliffhanger... the main point of a story is how it achieve its set goal but in this manga, none of its goal was acomplish... instead he was imprisoned by his enemy for eternity, and al of his enemy are free.... to the readers i advice you not to read this manga unless the chapter exceeds 54, else you'll regret...
Zui Wu Dao was an enjoyable read, however there is no resolution to the overarching plot narrative. You will need to find the translation of the source material, the web novel. That being the case the story itself is interesting as is each individual plot point. The art is good enough and is different from traditional manga. It is more in line with the art style of Korean web comics. The characters were interesting, however there was not a lot of development for each one. It seemed to be more of a shell waiting to be filled. This may be a result of the short length of the manga and its conversion from novel to manga. The characters did have variety in both appearance and behaviour; just not particularly deep in terms of background and connection with one another. Lastly, a detractor is that the manga ends on a cliff hanger of sorts with the main characters fate unknown. While realistically there is no concern over what will happen to him it still leaves the story feeling unfinished in terms of its conclusion. I do recommend this as a short romp in the world of xianxia/xuanhuan just be prepared for an incomplete resolution for all the mysteries introduced.
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