this review has a spoiler and the work has a harem
Writing Quality: ok, trasnlate translated everything cute so you shouldn't have any big problems
Stability of Updates: I don't know, I didn't follow the launch
Story Development: descently, at the least of the chapters I read, I found the nerf in the protagonist very small I think I should have been born as a baby and have developed from there with him spending a lot of time creating / adapting the cultivation techniques with the proper ones limitations learning how to do things like kobold or how he was defeated by the tribulation having lost everything he cultivated (including techniques) or at least following another path to immortality since what he tried didn’t work, it also bothers me the ease, convenience and lack of development in alchemy, mainly because of the lack of time which would be solved with the bow "drinks" with him exploring the forest, being abused beautiful father and son (for him to nurture us hate / disgust for them) in fact hunting herbs developing a "taste" for reptilian beauty to justify romance, etc.
The point of works reincarnated / transported and about how the protagonist works, reacts and develops in another world with the knowledge he already had, especially when his race is changed, but what is the difference between him being human or kobald? in fact not even his appearance makes any difference since he randomly goes on a "" war "" and meets an elf who falls in love with him being that he is a biped and super developed gecko (bro ... i'm not stupid, that he is just an idiot) and he is so strong that he only enters the fort and kills everyone and that's it.
Character Design: the protagonist is already complete and has nothing to cause change or growth, what kind of fucks, the story is about the protagonist she already starts with him ready, complete in the first arc already shows that he will not have difficulty with anything / almost nothing and if you do it will not be his fault, it will probably be the fault of some of the women he has in his harem or that he will add to the harem will never improve him in himself, his skills and cultivation have no limitations ("there are more forward "or" I will put the difficulties / limitations further ahead ", stories are like building, you have to create good bases for a development without them things don't make sense or seem forced), the second characters have no role beyond give information and ***, which is only reinforced with them being all women and in love with him, if it were only the race being sexually open would be fine. plus the addition of the elf falling in love with a laratixa just proves this point
World Background: it seems to be a normal fantasy world with a cultivator inserted there, but from what you can see from the first chapters, the world of the protagonist is not superior (reinforced by the ridiculous superiority that he achieves without any effort). in a short time with cultivation and the ease with which he does things that others cannot do, such as adventurers being killed / captured, this being their job with them having information about what they will find having superior weaponry (since the goblins does not keep weapons and has no armor) and the protagonist only goes and kills not only without problems but in an absolute way without any chance of retaliation even against the strongest of them, this shows that the adventurers have an insanely inferior base to the protagonist, so the world must not have anything too much to overcome or match the protagonist.
to be fair, it seems like a story about common reincarnation without much thought, with the protagonist ready to go wild in the world decimating his enemies and making a harem.
I really just wanted to ask the author to put the harem tag and do a quick review ... but it became that, personally I don't even come close to the harem tag, since it is very difficult to make a story and fit harem / *** in history without destroying the work.