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Users of ‘Arios Online’ transferred to another world.
But only the main character doesn’t have a status window?!

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  1. TWO says:

    Thx @Rader for your review so I don’t have to waste my time reading this. From what I get from what you said I doubt I would even like the novel (MC with no goals or purpose really reflects on the writer’s lack of writing ability in my honest opinion) so thx!

  2. Rader says:

    @kk77 Giga Comments trolling? Interesting, I may have said it at the beginning few novels of this site, but I don’t remember it precisely. However, I still adhere to it if you are writing long comments just for trolling. It’s just that there are always exceptions. Always. And this novel was the exception for me. Do I feel that the tables are turned as you speak? No, I tried to summarize my pain here because the comments before me didn’t contain the proper explanation. Some of them did point out that the MC here has problems, but I thought that they were overreacting; after reading it myself, I was able to understand what they really meant. In order to avoid even one victim like me who would ignore those comments, I wrote a lengthy review with detailed examples.

    If you don’t like it, honestly, I can’t say anything about that. My goal was to give people a proper picture with examples of why others also said that MC was trash even before I gave my review. If to achieve that, I have to write so-called giga comments, I will do that. My mission will be achieved if even one person can have all the information they need to decide whether to read this novel or not, something I would have appreciated I had before deciding to read this novel. And if to achieve that I will have to appear as some ‘hoes’, in your view, I will still have to do it.

  3. kk77 says:

    omfg this is like ‘Possessed Mods’ all over again – hoes don’t do it! the flashbacks! actually now that ive checked @Rader you were the guy questioning if the people writing the giga comments were trolling. ohh, how the turns have tabled…

  4. Rader says:

    @Wry Vent buddy, I have read D&D stories too. But even there where life is cheap as hell the side characters add some weight to the growth of the Main Characters. Even a random Old Man meeting then and maybe dying indirectly because of their action made the MCs at least think a second that if they did something else he would have lived. They feel clash, a conflict between their morals to do anything for their goal and the results of their action, may be they ignore the conflict or try to act in different ways. Here after Priest Player died MC just shrugged it off, later she killed the horse he liked, MC again shrugged it off, it’s like he has closed off his mind.

    I can try to understand an Evil person even if I may not sympathize as in the nothing is concrete Evil or Good. For you MC is ‘Lawfully Evil’ and maybe you are quite correct with your perspective, but I can’t even find this guy Evil. He is just a Trash. I can understand why evils like Hitler and pedos do what they do, but here this MC is just a robot made by author.

    If MC gave money to the woman and killed the player and maybe even showed her the head or remains of the player in front of the newborn child while telling them how trash players are while laughing I would consider him somewhat Evil. But here MC killed the Player without any specific intent. Killing the player will not impact on his chance for survival since player was weaker than him and didn’t even know him. If he was a Chivalrous person he would have dragged the person infront of the mother and child and make him cough all the money before sending off to some law authorities. But here MC did none of the two extremes.

    For the Priest, if MC was Evil, he would have asked the Demon Lord to brain wash the Priest Player and have him act as a puppet by even eradicating his mind. If MC was Chivalrous, he would have told the Priest to stay at other inn and hide himself till they meet again. But he didn’t follow either option and just left a side character to die a meaningless death. Heck, even new Young Masters who get introduced in every single arc of cultivation novel die while progressing the plot. Their death can help the MC to gain some treasure or lead MC to fight a big clan and get the opportunity to fight them and grow. There must be some purpose or some intent behind the Side Characters for any story or else there must never be any side character, what’s the use of getting the attention of readers on some character which is not helping the story in any way, readers get bored of such tropes really quick as they feel new characters as just meaningless.

    In fact, if MC was only trying to survive as you said then he would have just paid the money to mother and ignored this whole event. A person trying hard to survive will never do anything which does not help them in their tasks. They are lazer focused on the goal and will avoid troublesome things, there are even many stories with MCs only aiming for survival in tough environment. Yes they kill people, but they kill only to survive. Here MC is killing others just to act like a Bully. He face no threat for survival against players who are weak now, but why he is now starting meaningless fights with them? Just to bully them.

    And there were some issues with your facts bro. It is mentioned in the first chapter that he earned quite a reputation in the Game, that’s why I called him a Top Ranker. For the Epic Weapons, he said that in the Game Veterans carry the bus and let newbies have Epic Weapons as soon as possible, it will be strange for Veterans not having Epic Weapons in the Game when they are helping Newbies to get them from the Main Quests. This implies that in the new world where he was not able to get the Main Quest rewards he didn’t have the Epic Weapons in reality. From where I left he said that his goal is to find the players with Epic Weapons and kill them and take them. I can only see him starting fights with people he never knew about and fighting now only because they got weak due to certain situation. It feels like bullying a weak rather than doing anything to survive. Of course, Epic Weapons can be needed for survival, but if he was Evil MC, he should have started some Guild Wars and acted as a poacher and take the items of all the Players who died without anyone knowing by doing all this from shadows. If he was Good MC, he would have tried the Epic Quests himself or try some Dungeon which were occupied by the guilds who have become weak to handle them.

    Anyways, I can never like this MC because he just a Trash and maybe a Bot walking a programmed path. But still it’s good that there are some who may like such MC and being able to read such stories. It’s good because it shows that there are customers for such a niche, and it’s also good for overall diversity. It’s not for me, for me it’s a poison, but I am glad that for you and some this may be a priceless nectar. Cheers!

  5. @Rader kudos to you my guy for giving this a go first. Thanks to you, we don’t have to read this garbage. I’d rather read 4000 chapters of cultivation mtl novel Lmao.

    Though I could recommend you some decent novels if you dm me on disc sugarsbest#0001 (though I usually read novels in the genre of reincarnation into a novel/romance/magic or in simple terms good shit lol)

  6. Wry Vent Wry Vent says:

    Ignore previous comment if it shows up, dunno why formatting broken and I can’t edit it lol.

    I actually rather like this story. The premise and setting is rather interesting as there is an in universe explanation for the existence of Status Windows, the game the MC played, and why the MC doesn’t have a Status Window. So I figured I would write a more favorable review after seeing Rader’s. I guess the story is at least not so generic as to inspire two people to write 5700 character reviews, hopefully it’s the other guy that gets to possess this novel though >_>

    The MC I would vaguely categorize as Lawful Evil, his main priority is his own survival. He has morals and empathy but is willing to kick those aside if they get in the way.

    The MC is a player of a game Arios Online. There is a rumor that players of the game have been disappearing. Suddenly, he is summoned to a medieval fantasy world. It is revealed that the disappearing players were summoned by the natives of that world via magic to fight in wars, and when they are summoned, they have a Status Window and various perks from the character they played as, like HP (which regenerates the body), skills, etc. They don’t have the items from their game character except for Epic Items that are soulbound to the player and can be summoned from the game to this new world. The MC is summoned, but he has no Status Window or any player advantages. So he is sent to prison, then time skip, the story starts a few years after MC is summoned, and he has been working as a mercenary to survive. Status Windows of other Players have disappeared, just like his own, and the MC goes to investigate.

    To clear a few things up from another review, the MC was not the top ranker of the game Arios Online. He was a veteran player but he was not even a ranker, simply because the MC is shown not to have ever had an Epic Item, the best items in the game. MC learned to fight and use magic by training, but he is weak compared to Players until they got gimped after losing their Status Windows cause they can’t use their skills. Also, the MC and other Players are not in a game world. They are in a real I guess parallel world (kinda like medieval Britain), except for the Skills and Epic Items from the game, nothing else matches the game. The natives are not NPCs but real people who didn’t exist in the game. To reiterate, MC is not in a game. There are no Quests. The natives in the world he is summoned are real people, some good, some shitty. The Players and MC from his original world are real people, some good, some shitty.

    In the first chapter, MC is working as a mercenary guarding a merchant group. They are attacked by another group, who had a Player. The MC fights them off, and is lucky that the Player’s Status Window and Skills get bugged out, and so MC is able to kill the other Player. I didn’t really have much of an issue with this. No one is buddy-buddy just cause they’re Players, all Players are victims summoned by the natives to fight wars for them with Player Skills, but it’s not like there is some Player camaraderie. The other Player tried to kill MC first, and gets killed in return.

    I don’t see an issue with the MC killing other Players, it’s not like all the Players banded together against the natives or anything. Many Players have fun using their power in this new world and wouldn’t even care about killing the MC. There is no us (Players) vs them (natives) mentality.

    I would not characterize the MC as a bully. He has a shaky moral compass but he doesn’t revel in being more powerful than others. MC wants to survive and he also has a list of people he wants revenge on, and he has few qualms on how he attains power.

    I will expand a little upon some examples given by another reviewer on MC’s character. A native woman with a baby with a note in Korean asks the MC to read it, hoping it is contact info of the Player who impregnated her and said he would come back, and then bounced. MC is pissed cause the note is gibberish and just making fun of the woman. He gives her some money and tracks down the Player father and asks him about taking responsibility. The guy just scoffs and tells MC to fuck off and so MC kills him. MC takes some of his stuff and leaves, doesn’t go back to tell the woman with the baby anything. I’m a bit ambivalent regarding this characterization of the MC. This Player seems like a guy who picks up one night stands with condoms that he deliberately punctures holes in. Is this scum worthy of being killed? Should the MC have done more for this woman and baby he has met once? What could the MC have even done?

    Regarding this newbie Priest Player, the MC breaks the guy out of prison after it is revealed he was just a test case by the kingdom that summoned him to see what the issue is with the disappearing Status Windows. MC kinda sympathizes with the guy due to having a similar situation as him before, but all he wanted was to pump the guy for information. MC brings him along. He’s not that useful cause he was a low level from the game, but maybe he might be useful? Then the Demon Lord, who is backing the MC in exchange for the MC participating in her experiments that give MC ability to use mana, tracks the MC down. The Demon Lord is legit evil, hates humans, kills for her experiments, kills bystanders just to silence witnesses. She kills everyone in the inn MC just happened to be staying at. MC tells the Priest Player to keep quiet. The Priest Player mouths off to the Demon Lord. The Demon Lord kills the Priest Player and makes him her undead servant. The MC is like, well shit, that’s a shame. He’s sad about it, but honestly, what’s he going to do about it? Not even the best Players could fight the Demon Lord, is the MC supposed to go against his backer for this Priest Player he barely even knew? Should the MC have just left the guy in prison to be experimented on by the kingdom that summoned him? Should he have cut him loose in this medieval world to survive on his own?

    MC goes to see a Blacksmith Player, he wants to know if his Status Window also disappeared. This guy is the only Blacksmith Player, an unpopular production class, and is rich because he is the only guy who can make semi-game items. He is MC’s longtime friend. MC bounces with a nice sword, and scams him with a pouch of copper coins instead of gold. To me, this read more as a joke between friends. MC is a poor mercenary and it didn’t seem like his rich production-class friend cared that much about the money. It’s not like MC plans on never meeting this guy again. But people have different opinions on how to handle money issues between friends so, ymmv for this interaction.

    These events are shown to characterize the MC, but they are not Quests. MC makes choices, people die, he has to live with it.

    The MC is out for himself and has totally gotten used to the mercenary life. In one instance, he needs some information, so he gets hired as a mercenary for one kingdom fighting another. He finds out that some Players hired by the enemy kingdom has an Epic Item. He assassinates them when they are asleep. He’s never met them before, but he fulfills his mercenary contract, and also gets an Epic Item he wants. There’s a bit more to the situation that I won’t spoil, but that’s the gist of it.

    The MC does help others but only if it is convenient to him. He stays the night while traveling in a storm in a hut of a Player and his wife. When he leaves, that Player is attacked. The MC hesitates, but goes back to see if he can help. The Player was mortally wounded, it turns out he had an Epic Item and natives who wanted it were attacking him cause he didn’t have the Status Window anymore. Afterwards, MC saves the guy’s wife but the Player dies, and MC takes his Epic Item. He drops the guy’s wife off at a Church and donates enough money for her to join it and be taken care of.

    In another instance, MC gets revenge on a knight involved in the disappearance of MC’s Status Window. MC threatens the knight to kill wipe out his subordinates if he doesn’t give up information on his organization. MC kills the knight but leaves his subordinates, who weren’t involved, alive.

    The MC kills a lot. He is also constantly thinking, this person might be a threat, should I kill them? He leaves enemies alive if he can’t kill them with minimal risk, but if he can, he kills them. MC doesn’t forgive or forget. MC is not a pure murderhobo or psychokiller. He’s gotten used to a world where violence is a good, and sometimes the only, option. He always has a reason to kill, but it depends on the reader if they can accept his reasoning.

    I would say MC has really become an amoral mercenary. He doesn’t enjoy killing per se but he does enjoy getting revenge. He is in a shitty world where life is cheap.

    What I like about the MC is the stylization of the mercenary life. Today I drink and shoot the shit with you guys. Tomorrow we took different contracts on opposing sides and we kill each other. I don’t see a lot of legit stories about mercenaries these days.

    What kinda story though is this? I’d say it’s kinda a D&D inspired story. MC goes on various short adventurers, meets people, kills people, gets betrayed, grows stronger, gets revenge, learns more about the world he is in.

    Overall, it’s not the worse thing you’d read on this site. Not poison, not totally generic.

  7. Wry Vent Wry Vent says:

    I actually rather like this story. The premise and setting is rather interesting as there is an in universe explanation for the existence of Status Windows, the game the MC played, and why the MC doesn’t have a Status Window. So I figured I would write a more favorable review after seeing Rader’s. I guess the story is at least not so generic as to inspire two people to write 5700 character reviews, hopefully it’s the other guy that gets to possess this novel though >_>

    The MC I would vaguely categorize as Lawful Evil, his main priority is his own survival. He has morals and empathy but is willing to kick those aside if they get in the way.

    The MC is a player of a game Arios Online. There is a rumor that players of the game have been disappearing. Suddenly, he is summoned to a medieval fantasy world. It is revealed that the disappearing players were summoned by the natives of that world via magic to fight in wars, and when they are summoned, they have a Status Window and various perks from the character they played as, like HP (which regenerates the body), skills, etc. They don’t have the items from their game character except for Epic Items that are soulbound to the player and can be summoned from the game to this new world. The MC is summoned, but he has no Status Window or any player advantages. So he is sent to prison, then time skip, the story starts a few years after MC is summoned, and he has been working as a mercenary to survive. Status Windows of other Players have disappeared, just like his own, and the MC goes to investigate.

    To clear a few things up from another review, the MC was not the top ranker of the game Arios Online. He was a veteran player but he was not even a ranker, simply because the MC is shown not to have ever had an Epic Item, the best items in the game. MC learned to fight and use magic by training, but he is weak compared to Players until they got gimped after losing their Status Windows cause they can’t use their skills. Also, the MC and other Players are not in a game world. They are in a real I guess parallel world (kinda like medieval Britain), except for the Skills and Epic Items from the game, nothing else matches the game. The natives are not NPCs but real people who didn’t exist in the game. To reiterate, MC is not in a game. There are no Quests. The natives in the world he is summoned are real people, some good, some shitty. The Players and MC from his original world are real people, some good, some shitty.

    In the first chapter, MC is working as a mercenary guarding a merchant group. They are attacked by another group, who had a Player. The MC fights them off, and is lucky that the Player’s Status Window and Skills get bugged out, and so MC is able to kill the other Player. I didn’t really have much of an issue with this. No one is buddy-buddy just cause they’re Players, all Players are victims summoned by the natives to fight wars for them with Player Skills, but it’s not like there is some Player camaraderie. The other Player tried to kill MC first, and gets killed in return.

    I don’t see an issue with the MC killing other Players, it’s not like all the Players banded together against the natives or anything. Many Players have fun using their power in this new world and wouldn’t even care about killing the MC. There is no us (Players) vs them (natives) mentality.

    I would not characterize the MC as a bully. He has a shaky moral compass but he doesn’t revel in being more powerful than others. MC wants to survive and he also has a list of people he wants revenge on, and he has few qualms on how he attains power.

    I will expand a little upon some examples given by another reviewer on MC’s character. A native woman with a baby with a note in Korean asks the MC to read it, hoping it is contact info of the Player who impregnated her and said he would come back, and then bounced. MC is pissed cause the note is gibberish and just making fun of the woman. He gives her some money and tracks down the Player father and asks him about taking responsibility. The guy just scoffs and tells MC to fuck off and so MC kills him. MC takes some of his stuff and leaves, doesn’t go back to tell the woman with the baby anything. I’m a bit ambivalent regarding this characterization of the MC. This Player seems like a guy who picks up one night stands with condoms that he deliberately punctures holes in. Is this scum worthy of being killed? Should the MC have done more for this woman and baby he has met once? What could the MC have even done?

    Regarding this newbie Priest Player, the MC breaks the guy out of prison after it is revealed he was just a test case by the kingdom that summoned him to see what the issue is with the disappearing Status Windows. MC kinda sympathizes with the guy due to having a similar situation as him before, but all he wanted was to pump the guy for information. MC brings him along. He’s not that useful cause he was a low level from the game, but maybe he might be useful? Then the Demon Lord, who is backing the MC in exchange for the MC participating in her experiments that give MC ability to use mana, tracks the MC down. The Demon Lord is legit evil, hates humans, kills for her experiments, kills bystanders just to silence witnesses. She kills everyone in the inn MC just happened to be staying at. MC tells the Priest Player to keep quiet. The Priest Player mouths off to the Demon Lord. The Demon Lord kills the Priest Player and makes him her undead servant. The MC is like, well shit, that’s a shame. He’s sad about it, but honestly, what’s he going to do about it? Not even the best Players could fight the Demon Lord, is the MC supposed to go against his backer for this Priest Player he barely even knew? Should the MC have just left the guy in prison to be experimented on by the kingdom that summoned him? Should he have cut him loose in this medieval world to survive on his own?

    MC goes to see a Blacksmith Player, he wants to know if his Status Window also disappeared. This guy is the only Blacksmith Player, an unpopular production class, and is rich because he is the only guy who can make semi-game items. He is MC’s longtime friend. MC bounces with a nice sword, and scams him with a pouch of copper coins instead of gold. To me, this read more as a joke between friends. MC is a poor mercenary and it didn’t seem like his rich production-class friend cared that much about the money. It’s not like MC plans on never meeting this guy again. But people have different opinions on how to handle money issues between friends so, ymmv for this interaction.

    These events are shown to characterize the MC, but they are not Quests. MC makes choices, people die, he has to live with it.

    The MC is out for himself and has totally gotten used to the mercenary life. In one instance, he needs some information, so he gets hired as a mercenary for one kingdom fighting another. He finds out that some Players hired by the enemy kingdom has an Epic Item. He assassinates them when they are asleep. He’s never met them before, but he fulfills his mercenary contract, and also gets an Epic Item he wants. There’s a bit more to the situation that I won’t spoil, but that’s the gist of it.

    The MC does help others but only if it is convenient to him. He stays the night while traveling in a storm in a hut of a Player and his wife. When he leaves, that Player is attacked. The MC hesitates, but goes back to see if he can help. The Player was mortally wounded, it turns out he had an Epic Item and natives who wanted it were attacking him cause he didn’t have the Status Window anymore. Afterwards, MC saves the guy’s wife but the Player dies, and MC takes his Epic Item. He drops the guy’s wife off at a Church and donates enough money for her to join it and be taken care of.

    In another instance, MC gets revenge on a knight involved in the disappearance of MC’s Status Window. MC threatens the knight to kill wipe out his subordinates if he doesn’t give up information on his organization. MC kills the knight but leaves his subordinates, who weren’t involved, alive.

    The MC kills a lot. He is also constantly thinking, this person might be a threat, should I kill them? He leaves enemies alive if he can’t kill them with minimal risk, but if he can, he kills them. MC doesn’t forgive or forget. MC is not a pure murderhobo or psychokiller. He’s gotten used to a world where violence is a good, and sometimes the only, option. He always has a reason to kill, but it depends on the reader if they can accept his reasoning.

    I would say MC has really become an amoral mercenary. He doesn’t enjoy killing per se but he does enjoy getting revenge. He is in a shitty world where life is cheap.

    What I like about the MC is the stylization of the mercenary life. Today I drink and shoot the shit with you guys. Tomorrow we took different contracts on opposing sides and we kill each other. I don’t see a lot of legit stories about mercenaries these days.

    What kinda story though is this? I’d say it’s kinda a D&D inspired story. MC goes on various short adventurers, meets people, kills people, gets betrayed, grows stronger, gets revenge, learns more about the world he is in.

    Overall, it’s not the worse thing you’d read on this site. Not poison, not totally generic.

  8. Rader says:

    @kk77

    Thanks for showing some sympathy bro.

    I had to read other things to forget this one. I think that I picked this up because some comments were saying that MC kills players so I thought he was Evil one and I really wanted to read some Evil MC now. But this was a big miss and this feels like a shame, Author has made some efforts in creating the mystery and world, only to put a Trash as MC.

  9. kk77 says:

    @Rader
    brother you have suffered so that the rest of us may live to read another day. please, let our other brothers face your next enterprises in lieu such that your wounds may heal.
    indeed, this goes for all testers – don’t dive into poison back-to-back, trust me. the scars, the burns, every night in my dreams…

  10. Rader says:

    MC is not likeable at all.

    I have seen heroic MCs.

    I have seen Villain MCs.

    But here I am seeing a trash One Dimensional MC. Even if the setting is okay will drop this one happily because of how bad MC is.

    Let me tell you how bad he is. MC is the top ranker of the game but arrived here without System. He was sent to Prison but later escaped and worked as a Mercenary. He learned the basics of this new world and learned the skills on his own, he approached Demon Lord and even learned magic from her. But since normal players with System were more powerful so he stayed put and didn’t fight them proactively, admirable behaviour.

    Now the system went offline for some parts. Here our MC didn’t waste a single chapter, and killed another player in very first chapter. Later he again killed the ones who he didn’t want to fight because they became weaker without status window. He kill only players as if he is just drinking water, there is no sense of justice but only venting of anger. Since his system didn’t help him he want to vent anger on Players he don’t even know. He even want to kill them after starting fights and get Epic Grade items.

    He is not a Villain by killing Players, he is just trash. There is no moral intent in any of his action. He helps others if he like it and bully the strong who became weak suddenly. I have seen Evil MCs destroying whole civilizations but even they have at least some intent behind their actions, some conflict they are facing, here our MC is just a bully, a trash bully from whom you would run away like crazy.

    I thought comments here were overreacting but holy hell this MC is trash. Biggest trash move which made me stop reading this novel was this:

    MC saved a newly Summoned Player from the prison and even killed a chaser and helped the new Player to get back his Status Window. New Player was a priest, he himself thought that with him he will have an advantage over others. But this can’t happen as he is a trash.

    New Player told him that he played the original game solo and didn’t reach the highest level cap, his lvl was 35 our of 50. So he lacked some end game Skills. Guy just played the game as he liked but our MC got visually upset at it. Later he was asked by a native to find the Player who made her pregnant. MC found him by the magic of Demon Lord, and told him to help his baby but father said to piss off and leave him alone. Hearing this when new Player asked him why, our MC went behind Father Player and killed him. New Player was shocked and asked him WTH he doing but he said that it’s normal thing. He took the items of the dead player and went on his way, didn’t even met the Mother and the child and maybe give them some money.

    After this he took the new Player to the Demon Lord. Demon Lord killed all the people in the inn as she wanted to talk in peace, as a person with some sense new Player was shocked and scared, he asked him what he is doing now. Our MC got angry and told him to shut up, then Demon Lord killed him, and our MC just said that he was a nice guy.

    So, this Trash MC saved a person with the intent to raise him as his exclusive priest and be the live example of return of the status window. He wanted to use him in one chapter and in another he just shrugged without any remorse to see his corpse. He saved the guy from prison only to get him die after few days.

    Problem with this MC is that he will be great against the weak but will drop out of the Quests or Missions he himself took. He took in the new Player but his action actually led his premature death, at least he was alive in prison, and he didn’t even care about him after the next paragraph. He took the quest to find the Father Player, but instead killed the guy and took the money and forgot about the mother.

    Also, there is a top blacksmith player who make swords for him. In the beginning it was shown that MC became a rich Mercenary and got good money from the quest in first chapter. Then this Trash MC went to top Blacksmith and got his sword repaired and left the bag full of coins as a ‘fair’ payment. Old man opened it and found the bag full of Copper Coins. They totalled only 1 Gold Coin. Just 1, it didn’t even cover the cost of the repair. This Trash Bully dined and dash and author acted as if he is some cool person who did a legendary act by not paying fairly when he had the money to pay.

    Even Beta MCs are better than this. In fact this MC is very much like some Second Rate villain who is just killing others without any intent and conflict, just to express his anger he is finding people who came with him and killing them as they became weaker suddenly. Author thought that he was making a cool Evil MC, but he wrote first ever Trash Bully MC I say in my entire life.

    In hindsight, author taught me that there can be some bully MCs too. I learned a new thing today, thanks a lot to this random a*s author.

  11. Actually MC didn’t lose system due to being strongest or system overestimating him. I won’t spoil WHY he lost them but it was a good reason. 1st arc involves getting them back. I didn’t like the novel because MC seems to desensitized to death and acts like a player murderhobo despite not being a player.

  12. Have read few chapters and its kinda boring. Mc started with no system when he went to another world unlike others who has system. Then after several years passed main mc still the weakest but it changed because they all dont have system anymore. Since MC had no system to begin with, he had to work for himself from scratch. So he is much stronger than others because when others’ system got taken away, it took away bonus stats.
    I think that system is like a training wheels. Mc was the only one to not have a system because he was simply the best and did not need help from a system.
    Its boring so i stopped. Mc weak and still weak but he acts strong.

  13. wkwkwk says:

    I need hero.
    POISON TESTER!!!! 🤣🤣🤣

  14. wkwkwk says:

    I need hero. POISON TESTER!!!!🤣🤣🤣

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