Many complained about me not reading the novel so here is a review after chapter 35.
Everyone apart from the main character seems to have a pumpkin in their head, even the centuries-old Deities seem to be mentally inferior to a teenager that just finished school. The idea of spreading knowledge to get power is something that every deity could easily do, but for some reason, they don't? They don't need to create something like the internet, just promise to give to every new follower some basic magic knowledge and it will become very easy to recruit and spreads, maybe create a set of people that goes around teaching magic knowledge and divine skills for that purpose. They could also create a divine skill to facilitate cultivation or a basic divine skill for beginners so that more people are enticed to help.
The Deities can have hundreds of methods to get more powerful but they don't or they are not intelligent enough to do it.
Mythil being an extremely common metal is that everyone can get their hand on is even more confusing, but that is not a good critic anyway.
The MC seems to be benevolent by trying to help some people and showing taking sympathy to an orphan, meanwhile in some other part of the country the crime rate is probably going through the roof because of the knowledge he is giving, which is the next problem. Sharing that kind of knowledge will cause the crime rate to go become a big problem, now every criminal, rap*st, or whatever can easily cultivate magic. In the deep slums and high criminal activity areas murders are probably becoming very common. The novel is conveniently skipping over those details that would realistically happen like they don't exist.
Character interactions are the exact same as every other Chinese xianxia, so there is nothing to say there, characters get angry easily, jade-like beauty getting offended when the MC doesn't treat her like a queen, etc... There is also a ghost that seems to be a future love interest, but we don't know yet. She got flustered simply because the MC complimented her, apart from that her character doesn't seem to have much depth as of now, maybe it will improve.
The things more frustrating are the deities, they seem to have the mental maturity of a child, how do these people cultivate for hundreds of years to become like that? They can travel through planes but can't block the influence of a divine skill in their city? Are divine skills impossible to block? During an interaction between one of them and the MC, the deity couldn't even keep calm while the MC showed off his "incredible" intelligence to him about how they can't do anything about him spreading his divine skill. A deity with the emotional state of a child against our extremely cool and aloof 20 years old MC.
The last point is regarding the internet. Internet is not a strange concept, it basically seeks to help people through commerce and trade, while trading knowledge and information. That's how humans evolved, with trades of knowledge. That doesn't make a difference even in the cultivation world where knowledge is even more important. Trading auctions, merchants, rock dens, and such.. are all means that are used for the commerce of information and objects. So why can't they come up with something like the Internet? Especially through the deities that could profit off it, it's not an era-breaking concept to imagine. A lot of other cultivation novels have something similar: The treasure trove, Treasure Yellow Heaven... They all function exactly as the Internet does. And every person with a brain can understand that something like this is needed. Maybe divine skills are not even needed, maybe just magic is even enough to create something like this. A way could be to create repeaters that can store and transmit magic between cities, this can facilitate commerce and knowledge and can be similar to the Internet where everyone can connect to a repeater and such, some novels also have stuff like this. Moreover, they have DEITIES that can travel between planes and dimensions, but you are telling me they can't do something like this???
The fact that the MC, being a new deity with zero magic knowledge, can act cocky and stand up to another deity is even strange to me? Like, you were a student until a little while ago...
The interactions between characters are the same as every other xianxia, with some face slapping.
If you can turn your brain off to most of the problems I mentioned and some more you will have no problem with the novel. I personally don't like the MC's personality and the way powerful characters are presented as being stupid and kinda childish. A person of power should act like that, and a centuries-old deity should also act like one, and not lose their cool at the slightest thing.