"You're too arrogant."
To Dyon, it seemed as though these words were heard all the time.
However, how could these people possibly know of all his hard work? Of the fact that sleep was but a distant relative of his. How could they know that he never had a single moment to rest.
And yet, despite their ignorance, they still said, "you're too arrogant..."
But where were those people when a five-year-old Dyon's eyes shone looking at a computer screen filled with code? Where were those people when an eight-year-old Dyon played his piano and plucked his guitar strings until his fingers bled... needing to vent his feelings about his lost mother without bothering his fatigued father? Where were those people when Dyon sat alone at ten-years-old… when his parents were gone, and the only thing left was a room filled with inventions and computers?
Dyon's arrogance wasn't borne of thin air. It was his hard work. It was his shield. And he wasn't willing to give it up...
Now alone, he left his home behind.
He was no longer the boy genius who changed the human mortal realm. He was now nothing but a commoner, a bug noble families saw fit to step on. An insignificant existence.
And yet, Dyon was still the same unchanging person. Standing tall, his eyes firm and his will indomitable.
This so-called Martial World would come to understand the meaning behind his existence...
"You're quite bold for a girl who's almost been recluse for her whole life you know," Dyon said chuckling.
"Little sister Delia and Meiying probably think so too, but you've been in my heart since the opening ceremony. Maybe not exactly in this way… But sometimes a foot in the door for a long time leads to a fully open one, no?"
Dyon smiled, 'it seems like she's been watching from afar for a long time… it must be lonely being in that room with Libro all the time.'
Dyon felt a delicate hand playing with his collar, "the truth is that I'm always playing the gentle big sister role, mostly because I have no idea how much longer I'll have the chance to…"
The vulnerability in her voice made Dyon tremble. Madeleine was so strong, yet it seemed even martial artists had their weaknesses too.
*As a disclaimer, RMW is my first novel, as such, the quality of the novel vastly improves as you go on - to the point where I'm very much confident that volumes two and three can compare to the best originals have to offer. If you stick with me, you won't be disappointed :)
Absolutely love this story!! I have been reading it for a while and it just keeps on getting better. Thanks to the author for writing such an awesome story!! :)
Ive been following the book for the better part of a year now, it consistently keeps the fun of an OP MC going through challenges like a breeze, and also the drama that comes with incredible powers, and how others in the old establishment react to breaking the status quo of the world willing or un willingly. Dyon his wifes and friends are well developed in a way that is truly rare in light novels especialy free ones. personally I find the daily uploads a thing to look forward to. Some times the consistency lets me skip a few days and then binge a little. I recomend it absolutely!
Absolutely one of the best novels I've ever read!! Confusing first couple chapter but push on for an absolutely addicting read. I lovvvve this novel and have read it religiously for months!! You won't...
Absolutely one of the best novels I've ever read!! Confusing first couple chapter but push on for an absolutely addicting read. I lovvvve this novel and have read it religiously for months!! You won't regret reading it❤️
This series is amazing! Can't wait for more to come out.
Great cultivation story. Epic world building and character development.
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*sigh, this was so beautifully formatted. Anyway, as far as cultivation / wuxia novels are concerned, this is better than the usual. The main character doesn't follow the trend for wuxia novels of fight, power up, fight, almost dies but deus ex machina. Instead, the author gives reasonable explanations for the things that occur, there is some, but not a lot of deus ex machina going on, and the story progession is fairly interesting. That being said, the author really, really, really tends toward over-explaining. Seriously, there is too much background for fairly inconsequential things. *minor spoiler here* For example, when the celestial hamsters are introduced, the author gives a great explanation for why they're important for most people: they're living repositories of all the knowledge in all of existance. Full stop. That was all that needed to be said. Instead, the author goes on a tangent about how the rodents are masters of time will because of reasons, which, quite frankly, aren't relevant to the story. *end minor spoiler* The author constantly goes on tangents, sometimes for pages at a time. I've found myself skipping a lot of the "story" to get to the next part where the main character actually does a thing instead of why the character's method of doing a thing is somehow intrinsically better. I like the explanations for the reactions of the various parties to the things Dyon does. X realizing A because of Z the character did is awesome and relavent. The entire backstory of some technique, including its effects on the multi-verses is not very relavent to the story. HOWEVER, if the explanation of the whatsit is something that becomes relavent later on, there is a bit of leeway. Even so, I think that this story would be stronger if the explanations were relavent to what is immediately happening. If the hamsters abilities are relavent later on, I don't think that point would be too late to explain why they have them; particularly if it's the MC asking. Which brings me to the other big problem I have with wuxia novels: the MC usually never has to ask for an explanation for anything. They just somehow know things. Super ancient thing no one knows how to use? The MC knows how!, or quickly figures it out. Dyon often falls into this pitfall as well. It makes a character less relateable, which also weakens a story. Having Dyon ask for the reasoning behind something occasionally would solve both of these issues, as the author can over-explain to an extent, and Dyon would look less like some omniscient being, and more like someone who barely knows enough to get by; which the author already stated is the case in the story. However, even with the tangents, this story is head and shoulders above those wuxia novels where the author is just kissing the ass of their protagonist 24/7. *cough battle through the heavens *cough TLDR: Good story, way too many tangents detract from the action. The MC could stand to ask for the reasons things work the way they do occasionally. Having the MC do so would strengthen the story.
It's an amazing story. The world building, character development, storyline nothing feels forced or hurried. I highly recommend it
This is one of the best novel i have ever read how the characters developed and how the author didn't forget the harem members and friends of Mc and develop them alongside Mc. I welcome all of you fo...
This is one of the best novel i have ever read how the characters developed and how the author didn't forget the harem members and friends of Mc and develop them alongside Mc. I welcome all of you for an amazing ride
Keep up the good work absolutely love the concept of the book
Only got through the first 10 chapters, but this has to be among the worst stories I've ever had the displeasure of reading. The protagonist has no character beyond being a loudmouthed, arrogant idiot...
Only got through the first 10 chapters, but this has to be among the worst stories I've ever had the displeasure of reading. The protagonist has no character beyond being a loudmouthed, arrogant idiot. The powerful lords are being ok with him making a joke out of them. Overall just horrendous.
I love your world building and character development and how you don't forget about older characters and keep them tied into the story. Got to admit I especially love how you write Deon's moral and em...
I love your world building and character development and how you don't forget about older characters and keep them tied into the story. Got to admit I especially love how you write Deon's moral and emotional struggles. Only thing I don't like so much in your writing is the detailed sex parts but that just comes down to how I was raised and you don;t have as much of it as other stories and I applaud you for that! Keep up this amazing story, I cant wait to see how far this story goes in the future! sorry Long winded Review but truly love this story a lot!
The reasons I like RMW/why this is better than the other Chinese stuff out there (buckle up, it's a doozy): 1. Awespec doesn't contradict himself (at least, in obvious ways.) He doesn't use the phrase "an inescaple" this or "an overwhelming" that, or, worse, "...that can destroy anything" with the MC doing the EXACT THING that should be impossible due to the fact it was JUST mentioned. If he does contradict himself, all you gotta do is mention it, and he'll probably fix it (or, it wasn't a contradiction, but the MC's lack of knowledge that had him think something that later proved untrue). 2. Sex scenes. Pretty obvious one. 3. The MC is actually growing as a character, and doesn't stay the same throughout the story. He started as some arrogant guy that doesn't care about much, and put his parents' beliefs first. Later in the story, he realizes how much he contradicts himself when it comes to his loved ones (also, he CARES about things now) and makes an effort to try to let his loved ones fight with him during his battles, as he does with theirs. 4. Amazing world building. He explains where things are in relations to others, explains clearly how and why the bad guys are attacking (if it isn't due to arrogance or a surprise for later). He makes the battle feel like they happened for a reason, and makes clear the reasons why people are weaker compared to the MC in arrays, alchemy, and everything else (gonna have to read for an explanation of what arrayed are. I'm too lazy.) 5. Awespec EXPLAINS how things happen. He doesn't go, "oh, constitutions are just a thing. They're just there. (Explanation happens later in the story)." "Yeah, this guy's just AMAZING with plants." "People can't make better stuff than MC cause MC I'd MC." He doesn't do that. You'll get an explanation almost everything, you just gotta wait (although it could be a few hundred chapters). 6. The uniqueness. I've never heard of arrays like these before, or beasts being the representation of the universe's laws (even though there's like a thousand plus, he still sayd "the universe", probably the only gripe I have). I've never seen 3 separate categories of cultivation (body, soul, energy), along with several types for different energies. Dao hearts eventually get a very important use, besides showing the strength of beliefs or something like other Xianxia/Wuxia. 7. The grammar. It's extremely hard for me to find a good Wuxia/Xianxia with grammar that doesn't feel like Google Translate. It had mistakes at the beginning, but eventually it slows to about 1 every other chapter. This is with him probably not even having an editor, plus juggling 2 other novels, plus the job he probably has. (I don't know about first and last ones, I haven't asked). 8. All the other stuff I can't think of off the top of my head, and will feel bad about not including once I remember in like an hour/week. This is the most readable Xianxia/Wuxia (don't know the difference, or which this is) I have found so far. Read it to at least the third volume (the second is where it kicks off, gets better grammar, and all-around improves). It's worth your time.