I like books. That’s about it really.
I’m… confused. You’re upset at what? That I made a review about my opinion on the book? Isn’t that what a personalized review is? I’m not representing anyone or anything but myself. I laid out the reasoning for my review, and let others know what I thought. I understand if you don’t agree, but there’s no need to call someone else’s taste “trash”. That seems purposefully hateful and non constructive. I may not agree with you about this book, but I don’t wish to call your taste in literature names. Just seems a bit rude. :( Instead why not lay out the things you like about the book, so someone reading my review can have an alternative point of view before trying it themselves?
Damn right. People write whole articles about frogs with a slightly different tongue. I write ”essays” about grammar mistakes in otherwise interesting webnovels. We all have a finite amount of time in this world. What we spend it on should be important. To me, this is important, as the author surely believes their story is. To you, perhaps ridiculing others about how they spend their time is important. No one knows but you! P.S. The first chapter has more than one grammar mistake. I actually couldn’t find a whole paragraph without one. Lol.
Dude I don’t think we’re reading the same novel. The very first sentence is structured wrong, and has a grammar issue. “World’s first, highly anticipated VRMMORPG White Online is going to the sale tomorrow!” Why is there a comma after first? There’s no second comma, so it isn’t a pause for effect, nor is it an explanation comma. If you were going to put a comma anywhere in that sentence, put it after VRMMORPG, as you’re explaining the first VRMMORPG is White Online. And don’t get me started on “…going to the sale tomorrow!”. What even is that?!? Is the sale a place and White Online a person, like saying, “Tom is going to the office tomorrow!”? Again, are we reading the same novel? (Btw, there is way more glaring grammar issues, it’s just funny to me that the literal first sentence you read has multiple. Lol)
Dropped on Ch. 1. Glaring grammar issues. I’m really annoyed with any sort of grammatical issues, so I try to only read off of the top charts of WebNovel. It looks like I need to wait until this gets enough traction to get a rewrite or, at the very least, a proofread. The first sentence has a grammar issue. Lol.
Nah, he only got like 50 xp or so.
Even more blatant Mount and Blade copying. Charm instead of Charisma, but those skills may as well be a carbon copy! Lol. I love it!
It’s Mount and Blade Warband! Same system. 1/3 of the levels too! Lol
This is just steel though, I’m not crazy enough to try to get all minerals. That’d require actual spreadsheets, and I promised I’d never mix gaming/reading and spreadsheets again. Not after Eve Online. Ugh.
In 2019 around 1.7 billion tonnes of steel (some sources say over 2 billion, but getting an accurate count out of Southern Asia and parts of Africa is impossible) were mined. That’s 4.6 million tonnes per day. That’s probably decently close to what they can pull out here (estimated since we have a larger pop, but this planet was dedicated to just mining, added to the fact they have better tech). It was stated earlier that only a month had passed, so 4.6 x 30 (assuming their months are the same as ours) = 138m tonnes. That is what earth produces. You could argue that they have better tech and a larger pop dedicated to mining, but to reach 800m in a month, that is a factor of 5.8. Seems a bit much. Still loving the story. Honestly I’m enjoying cruching numbers just as much. ;)
And so the first pin to be knocked down in the future is established
This is an extremely short distance in space. The distance between the sun and earth is 152 million km, so you could imagine how close together these planets are.
Yeah I’m with you brother. Seems odd they wouldn’t have more.
*insert lewd things here*
105,000 meters by 68,000 meters. The radius of the planet is 7122 km. That means the surface area is 637.4 million km^2. the field is, again, 105,000 meters (105 meters is an average football field x 1000) by 68,000 meters, or 105km by 68km. So 74 km^2. Just for anyone wondering the sizes here, thats almost 1/10th the size of New York City.
800m tonnes. 100m pop. Excuse me?
800 million tonnes of resources, but only 100 million population? That means everyone on the planet, including soldiers, babies and elderly have to mine 8 tonnes. EACH. Outside of outright teleportation it doesn’t seem viable, even in a tech advanced society, at least at this level. Still a great story though. :P