This is equivalent of listening either to a politician or a winner of a beauty pageant - brain starts melting from the amount of conflicting information and constant breaking of the rules imposed by author, by author himself.
First major problem is the protagonist who, I swear, must be a corpse possessed by several different people. Constantly switches between a normal weeb, a xianxia arrogant young master who magically enslaves and rapes women for fun, a shy japanese protag who blushes from a kiss to the cheek, a bastard plotting to cuck (and possibly kill) his own father, a hypocritical whiteknight who unironically condemns others for things that he himself done with glee (again, not even a deliberate play on his part - he seriously believes it in the heat of the moment), <...>.
Majority of characters feel completely undeveloped, with such unimportant things like character development and world building thrown out the window in favor of breakneck speed of unexplained...things?...happening, with everything feeling like a really short one-sentense summary of three big books. "Hello, I'm a New Unexplained Character A from the original series. I'm instantly in love with you. Because reasons. I will be forgotten and never appear again after 2~3 chapters."
There's no rhyme, reason or logic to be had. Economy is weird; apparently there's cultivation shoved in there somewhere that is never really addressed; somehow there's eight different types of dragon species (with another twenty elemental, unique, and titled subspecies) that kill millions even though this is modern day world and nobody ever seen a single dragon and doesn't suspect that supernatural world exists; apparently nobody gives a damn that a borderline skyscraper just *appears* overnight in the middle of a city suburb that only has 1~2 story tall buildings; <a thousand other things>.
There's also a couple *alleged* things that I haven't encountered personally, but might as well give them a mention: author may or may not delete "bad" reviews (and from my knowledge of DT, he's not a person to randomly lie about such things happening). And while I admit to not reading up to that part, apparently there was world-hopping added unannounced for no reason somewhere down the line, making a big tonal shift to the narrative. Overall it feels like author is making up the story as it goes, which isn't a bad thing in itself, but only when you don't start breaking the rules you yourself made and pulling things out of thin air.
Still, there's plenty of chapters to go by, and spelling/punctuation/grammar are readable (heck, I'd even call them stellar if compared to usual wn trash that hurts you physically just by reading it), so there's that.