What happens when a dragon who had to watch as all of his kin were killed at the humans' mercy before finally falling himself and being reincarnated as a member of such detestable race? Sen, who convinced himself that he will destroy humanity as revenge, finds himself as part of this complicated species that constantly tests his true intentions. There is the kind and loving family along with agreeable friends on one side, and the rest of the world on another. The once-dragon is stuck in a conundrum where his newfound care for certain individuals is constantly clashing against his ever increasing list of reasons to end humanity, and kindness is losing. The story could have been more well written, as grammar mistakes aren't that rare to find – some repeated so often they make me question whether it is my knowledge of English which is lacking. The story of the world around the protagonist could have been better exposed, and so could the development of the story itself – though I don't particularly have any insightful recommendation for this. Character development is without a doubt the best this story has to offer, everyone has their own qualities and their own thinking, their actions are also always in accordance to their beliefs and absolutely do not need the MC to do anything with their lives. Promising story overall with qualities rarely seen on web novels, plus Sen's moments of senseless arrogance are definitely entertaining!
Ga Ga Ga!!!" This is how the main character laughs, right? Just a joke. Anyway, please don't expect expert advice from someone like me. Because I'm not an expert editor, so I'll tell you my honest feelings. At the first chapter, I thought that I'm reading a typical reincarnation novel. But there's something more to it. As you read it further, you will be slowly attracted by it. Seriously, no joke! Before I knew it, I'm already at Chapter 5! Although, I read your story for the review swap, I'm going to continue reading it now. Keep up the good work!!!
This is a different and unique take on the classic dragon story, as you can probably glean from the title. And the author wastes no time--you're immediately plunged into what can be considered a dragon's existential dilemma: what happens if the predator suddenly becomes reborn as its usual prey? There are some punctuation and capitalization errors tht I hope the author can polish, but if you can get past that, this is an entertaining story. I also like the humor--the baby's seemingly innocent behavior and antics turn out to be actually the dragon's "rebellion". And that's only for starters. Currently, the pacing is fast, so I'm intrigued where the entire tale would lead to. Can't wait!
🧐WARNING: Loopholes are everywhere in this novel. When you try to give it some slack and let one or two pass, another one comes again. This is not a book for veteran readers specially those who like logical situations and expected outcomes prior to past events. (You've been warned). 🌱 Writing quality, well, grammatically, it's smooth. Logically, it sucks. 🔥Stability of the update is ok. 💧Story development is good because it shows how MC, after being reincarnated as a human, tries his best to be strong again, first for revenge, then later on to protect those he loves. BUT(that's a big but), the author failed miserably on giving logic to MC's childish and more like idiotic behavior wherein he was supposed to be more than a thousand year old experienced dragon. He even knows status window, I can only face palm at that. 💧Character design, well, not new. I was hoping the MC would be leaning to a logical kind of MC, but,... Well, people may argue that he was not used to being human and he was just a child, but here's the thing. Knowledge and wisdom comes from the mind right? 💧World background, not new again. 😎PS: I'd recommend this for new readers. 🎧 Currently listening to: HIRIE - Stay Wild
Overall a good story. It's similar to how supreme Magnus starts with a cold mc but as time goes on he starts to open up and learn how to be human. I've read about 165ish chapters of this so I have a decent grasp of the book. I love the characters that he made. On the other hand, there is very little depth in the world. Granted they are mainly stuck in the academy so I'll give it a pass. Finally, I wish is that he would combine some of the chapters to lesson the daily cost of the book. On average, it costs about 2-3 passes daily to stay up to date on. You only get 3 passes every day (plus 1 on Sunday). That leaves no room for other books.
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Author makes an effort but the story has little internal consistency. The main character is an ancient dragon reincarnated as a human. He also has a system. He basically doesn't use either. It's fine and good that he has difficulty understanding humans and human emotion, but it's not okay to give him a clear path via the system to increase his strength, even assuming he can't apply any of his dragon knowledge to strengthening himself as a human, then let him spend no time training during a ten year timeskip. Especially when he desperately needs to improve his strength to save someone. The author claims from the start the MC wants to get stronger, but the MC keeps doing things ineffectually with out any in world justification. Any average isekai from our world would be a 100 times stronger than this MC by chapter 50.
When i read dragon that reincarnated as a human: How about other creatures like slime and cockroach? It would be very fantastic if other creatures could become human after their death with their own skill based on their previous physical or mental skill. Let's say a cockroach. Would it be reincarnated as an un-killable human? Your story is honestly good. Keep up!!!
After reading the entirety of the book as of June 26 2020. I thought it was great the grammer is alright but it makes for some funny moments and let's your imagination run a little wild. Although some may not like the fact that this book may have took a story chunk and inserted it here I like it. For one thing every one learns by building off of another even if some are very obvious and others are very subtle, but this is a story that has had me hooked and made me spend way too much but it's worth it. I hope you will continue to make the story because I am willing to read it all the way through. I may not donate but it's because I want to read the whole thing without throwing my wallet into the campfire. May God bless you and may you be prosperous.
So I should leave a review since I had great hope for this novel, but was disappointed. I will list the problems: 1. Grammar ...simply, it sucks. I can understand that English is not the author's first language, but there are like 10 grammar mistakes each chapter. Please, use a proofreader it's really distracting from the story. There, they're and their are different. Please learn it. 2. Writing style The limites of the language hits hard in the style department. Since the author doesn't master the language, phrases are always linear and simple, concepts are expressed one at a time etc... This impacts the story since it seems the actors themselves are basic. 3. Plot holes, world building, etc I understand you don't want infodumps, and you also don't want to spoiler the story but... Seriously, try to give a reason for things happening, and not at chapter 1000 since people will not arrive there. Sen is acting like a true 5 yo even being a 1000 yo dragon. Is there a good reason? Maybe. Without explaining, or even an hypotesis, this is simply a plot hole. Whatever is inside the mind of the author doesn't count, only what is written. And don't go "but normal books can explain after 200 pages, why can't I?" Normal books are supposed to be perfect in language use, have been read and revisited multiple time by the author and the editor team, so the reader is somewhat assured that the story is somewhat decent. On webnovel the author publishes BEFORE finishing the story and often before checking for errors. Maybe in chapter 300 the author is like "oooops for plot reason I need this in chapter 30... Too bad it's already published. Let's hope nobody notices" while in a normal book you would go and modify chapter 30 to be coherent. Now, I have gone for a bit of a rant here. TL;DR: the story is simple but ha potential... Wasted because of poor English and oversimplification