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Legend of Legends

Dawon

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What is Legend of Legends

Legend of Legends is a popular web novel written by the author Dawon, covering KOREAN, Video Games genres. It's viewed by 2.8M readers with an average rating of 4.1/5 and 262 reviews. The novel is over and can be read all 599 chapters in Webnovel with all rights reserved.

Synopsis

The world is in a state of panic. Every Friday, thousands of people in the world fall under a sudden deep sleep which for some reason causes their bodies to become immune to physical damage and is soon followed by those very people falling into a coma, unknown to the world as to when they will awake again. Junhyuk Lee is just an average guy on his way to a job interview. However, his interview happens to be on a Friday and on his way there he suffers an accident that changes his life. He finds the answers that everyone has been looking for, but, in exchange, he is thrown into a world where his life is always in peril. Living side by side with death. He has to fight and kill, to save himself and, possibly, the rest of humanity. Follow Junhyuk as he treads on the path of becoming a Legend amongst Legends. **A licensed novel from Munpia** --- Editor Views - By Ekdud: Legend of Legend is a novel based on the battle arena games such as LoL, dota and others like it. Countless number of lifeforms of different races from multiple dimensions and worlds are brought into the ‘Valley of Death’ where they start off as minions and where a small percentage of them unlock abilities. Those who are able to unlock all 3 abilities, as well as the final ultimate ability, are able to become ‘Heroes’, the game characters we would be playing. It is an extremely interesting novel because instead of viewing from the angle of the main focus of the game, the novel takes a different approach as the viewpoint is shifted towards the lackeys on the side. There are other ‘Heroes’ by the main character throughout the story as well where the allied Heroes are helping him and the enemy Heroes trying to kill him. Also, the entire story is not entirely situated in the ‘Valley of Death’, the main character also has issues in his real life. The main character will have to deal and adapt as he switches back and forth between the ‘Valley of Death’ and the real-life world.

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ElevenShadows
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Would be appreciated if people stop posting reviews with 1 star rating about how ****ty Premium is when the review section if supposed to be for reviewing and rating the Book and Translation instead of QI's practices. For those who haven't read this book. Ignore the rating as this book is very interesting and enjoyable read with a stable release and decently long chapters.

PanYuZi
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Hey guys. Did you know...? That you have to pay to read this in the original Korean? Lol. I don't know what Gravity Tales was doing before -- probably someone along the hierarchy was paying using whatever patreon or donations they were receiving (or god forbid, out of their own pockets out of the goodness of their hearts) -- but did you know, if you reside in a country that's not Korea, you CAN'T input your credit card information into the website, so even if you WANTED to pay to read those chapters in Korean, you physically could not? So hey. I'm not happy about the paywall either. Especially since they jacked these chapters from GT. BUT, at least I have the OPTION to read this if/when I get the money. I remember trying to read another novel by the LMS author in Korean and what do you know, after chapter 14 there was a paywall in Korean. And Munpia wouldn't take my credit card(s -- no matter if it's visa or mastercard or whatever, it just doesn't work. It's country exclusive, much like online games for each country). And the English translators had dropped it, because guess what, there was a paywall they couldn't cross, either. So thank you, Qidian, for bringing this novel to us. I'm sad that you put a paywall over the heritage chapters, but I understand. For anyone who's looking for hidden gems that are still free, go check out Kobatochandaisuki -- I recommend "Everyone Else is a Returnee." Go read stuff before Qidian snatches it up! But remember. There's no free lunch in this life. And many of the novels that are currently free in English on QI right now are actually paywalled in Chinese! Wanna check? Click this Chinese writing next to "other languages available." You should be able to see the little red (I forget what color it is) looking little locked symbol over some of the precious chapters in the Chinese. We're lucky to be able to read the stories that are less popular here for free. :( It's all gonna be paid soon. Anyways. Please don't rate the novel 1 star because you're angry about the paywall. Feel free to rate it 1 star if you read it and absolutely hate the writing and story... but we're honestly privileged to at least have the option to read this.

SootyOwl
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I'm the editor of LoL. Sorry to hear some of you are frustrated with it going premium. We (translator and editor) don't have control over when the story goes premium. It's part of a requirement by Munpia when they agreed to let Webnovels publish their translated stories. I see a lot of complaints about it here, and we probably could've done a better job in explaining the migration and the premium setting, but it's out of our hands. Each chapter is less that the free inkstones you can get in a day, so if you have something extra you want to pick up, consider LoL.

TheCrimsonFcker
TheCrimsonFckerLv5TheCrimsonFcker

Legend of Legends is an interesting story with surprising depth which is somewhat ruined by the author’s inability to grasp distances and time. He cannot seem to understand the difference between three meters and fifty meters as more than whatever he feels like it is and frequently varies cooldown timing for story convenience so that a power might seem to be ready much more quickly in one fight than in another or far more attacks seem to come from one character in some battles than in the same amount of time in others. It’s annoying and breaks story immersion on a regular basis which bugs me because I otherwise like the story but find this problem so bad that I’ve finally stopped reading it. It’s especially annoying since he could put the right numbers in on the distances and it would be fine and could have rewritten the scenes regarding cooldown times to make them work for what he wants but clearly didn’t. It’s sad to see great creativity being drug down by poor craft skills.

hhao
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Just so people don't misunderstand this novel is great despite the overall rating. This novel is totally worth your time to read it. It just desapointing to have a novel with 191 free chapters suddenly change to 191 chapters of which only around 40 are free. And also because of the disruption on the translation that is, since the change, discontinued.

ABSenior
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Lemni
LemniLv5Lemni

Kay after reading over 100 pages i deem this as story garbage because mc is forced by its creator to be dumb, which is just sad. It like when Anakin dont understand he has no high ground

Silocan
SilocanLv4Silocan

I like the story that is in my opinion promising but I am a little disappointed sometimes by the MC choices. He is shown by narrator as a smart hero but Based on fact I do not always agree. I also do not follow sometimes MC mind process : some of his choices does not seem to be logical with 50 chapters state of mind before and no explanation in between that could except such change. But globally it is a good story to read so far.

fhxt
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So the MC team is trash or something. They needed the MC OP skill and help to overcome the enemy team. Imagine if your team in league wins all your lanes and win all of the team fight, then you get gold to buy new items while the enemies lose their items. Do this for multiple rounds, despite this the enemy still manage to give the MC team a hard time.

XIOEV
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i dont care what others said..thx to the translator..i can read this favourite novel..i still think its a good novel..it start slow at first but now but i just cant go a day without reading it..its getting better now

Hemetmine
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Sadly This novel has been made premium from the previous free on gravitytales. Nonetheless, even if i hate the decision i feel obligated to make a review on my perspective. I've followed this novel since it came out. I really like the development and such. The translation is good, just some small mistakes from time to time. I hope the translation quality and such keeps up now that it has been transferred to here. I recommend you to give it a shot, It's kinda slow in the beginning, but i feel like it's good. It's introducing characters and such to us, that will be important later, like a certain girl the mc likes in the start will be brought up almost 200 chapters later, also a guy he saves will help him when he ask for it like 100 chapter later. So the story doesn't forget about the people in it.

FadeStrider
FadeStriderLv5FadeStrider

Thank you for the story. It's amazing, you're doing a good job translating. Going over to where more money is isn't anything shamefull. One can only go on for so much doing volunteet work getting paid only from time to time, so don't take all the flaming to your mind too much :) sooner or later it will pass, it's not like they have no choice to read without paying whatsoever. Keep on good work! ;)

FadeStrider
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I love the story and everything. But i have a question, since Webnovel is QI is it even legal for to put Novels from Korean publishers in here? Knowing the sensitive issues on copyrights, will it be alright?how is it so, did QI, buy the copyrights? :o Because i can understand how small time translators can avoid those things rather easily, but QI is under the jurisdiction of Qidian if I'm not mistaken. So the question is, what the hell is happening and will it be alright?

iceclaw911
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What the heck is happenning!!!!!! Even Korean novel is here wow wow just wow i never expect this... its an unexpected ahahahhahaha Hurray!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Banzai!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Praise Qidian!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

asaade
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if youre wondering why my status chapter is zero because i read this in other site cause i dont want to waste ss in this **** novel.. many inconsistencies in this stories and the mc is a ***** hypocrite saint tsk tsk..

Ndee
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To be honesty, the novel prospect was great. However certain development with the story line made me realise the inadequacy of the MC. First, the MC sounded like a teenager, his decisions are bluntly ridiculous but I guess that’s because the author is a most likely a ****.

danisian
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Story: All fights - no world/character development Fights: All stupid - no strategy - following basic game principles that would never work in real life Character: MC is a stupid goody2shoes whose actions make no real sense Other characters: cardboard cut outs. Women love mc. Men mentor or hate mc. Nationalism: Slight hints of Korea is great so far, no idea about later on as I'm dropping this turd at ch 30 Exposition: Unnatural

MagicLordWeed
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Oh, Legend of Legends that sounds Legendary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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I really liked the novel, but sadly I can't read this anymore. Why did they have.to make this premium. Can't afford.the premium ****, this is goodbye 👋👋

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So after reading a few chapters the grammar needs work and the story at the start and through out is structured in a way that leaves much to be desired and it is often repetitive. Also what's with people spamming 1 stars on the rateing and people complaining it's now pay to read and other people complaining about them so they give it 5 stars. I mean I have **** grammar when typing but the sentence flow is kinda messed up in the novel I'll prob continue reading it to see if it gets better.

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