Okay, so I've just finished reading up till Chapter 11, and am about to give an honest review. When the chapter count reaches 20, I'm going to rewrite this.
Writing Quality - Grammar and spelling are actually very good, which is one of the main pitfalls of novels. It's readable. The only problem is that the plot/story itself still doesn't flow perfectly, probably due to the text structure. It's a bit jumpy. If the author went through and edited it to make it more presentable (text structure, flow, dialogue, breaks and pacing), it would dramatically improve. Right now, the story gives a feeling of going from Point A to Point B to Point C with nothing in between to keep the reader immersed.
Stability of Updates - Rated 5 stars, we'll see how this goes in thefuture.
World - Fantasy world with qi and elements, pretty typical. Though so far I haven't seen anything that sets it apart, other than the existance of skills (can other ppl use them, or it exclusive to the MC? I probably just missed this part.). Thought I'd like to see a little twist in the world-building to add interest, it isn't terrible either.
Plot - Alex, the MC, reincarnates into a fantasy world with a System. Pretty standard stuff, but it works. I can't see any form of overarching plot or motivation for the MC yet, other than the basic 'get strong cuz why not plus some other minor reasons'. He also hasn't faced any harship, but at this point he's still a baby, so it's fine. I can feel that the System will make him OP. Hopefully some balancing act to keep the MC challenged. Alternatively, if you arent going to do a World Vs MC story, consider an MC Vs World, where the story simply observes the uniqueness of the MC and how his Skills affect the people and environment around him, with indivudal character arcs. Sometimes, I actually enjoy this type of story more.
Character Design - Alex, the reincarnated guy with a System. I actually quite like him. He doesnt have any deep character flaws, motivations or even really traits, but as a shounen character he works pretty well. Comedic enough to provide entertainment. I'm a bit bothered by how he instantly is out taking down monsters despite being a twenty-first century guy with no experience nor motive to do so (extrenuous circumstances forcing him to kill), as well as a baby, but that happens in so many webnovels that I can't really fault you on it.
Overall, just another shounen-esque battle MC webnovel with a System, but at least the System is more interesting. It's not logical. Don't expect it to be. The System is broken. However, if you go into it with the expectation of it being another standard (and slightly wish-fufilling) binge novel, it's not that bad.