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  • edited March 2016

    its the girl who wanted to be his maid shes also the leader of the other clan she invited him to.
  • Zahard said:

    its the girl who wanted to be his maid shes also the leader of the other clan she invited him to.
    didn't he ask her and she said she wasn't !?

  • souldz25 said:
    Zahard said:

    its the girl who wanted to be his maid shes also the leader of the other clan she invited him to.
    didn't he ask her and she said she wasn't !?

    She lied. Women do that sometimes.
  • athlonkmf said:
    souldz25 said:
    Zahard said:

    its the girl who wanted to be his maid shes also the leader of the other clan she invited him to.
    didn't he ask her and she said she wasn't !?

    She lied. Women do that sometimes.
    a lot of times lol
  • bonifide said:
    athlonkmf said:
    souldz25 said:
    Zahard said:

    its the girl who wanted to be his maid shes also the leader of the other clan she invited him to.
    didn't he ask her and she said she wasn't !?

    She lied. Women do that sometimes.
    a lot of times lol
    yep you will never understand women its on a higher level of comprehension 
  • what happens with his masters?does he get it on with them as well?
  • is dan elder the same person as tht girl tht mc is buyng medicinal herbs from as of chp 52?
  • what happen with Leng Youlan????
  • Anyone still reading this?
    Just finished translated chapters and want to read the rest, since its a long novel is it worth it or does it turn bad later?
  • I'm still a fervent reader. I can't read past the TL chapters unfortunately though.
  • edited June 2016
    There are a lot of problems with this story, but up to around 1,000 chapters, this was still very enjoyable and fun. At least it was enough for me to read more. However, by the time I'm done with this, I was left with nothing but hate and frustration for the story and its author. I actually had to force myself through the last two hundred chapters just for the sake of completion. So I'm done with this whole story and this will be about all 3,820 chapters, not only the translated ones.

    Alright, spoilers. This is gonna be looong. Let's see, where should I start...

    Oh, the ALCHEMY. I understand that this is a story about an alchemist, but descriptions and the preparation process should not take up two or four chapters each time. I'm much more interest in the plots and the characters in the story, not reading about a fake process that the author just pulled out of butt. There are a bunch of fighting tournaments for the MC which features the usual. MC joins, audience thinks he has no shot, wins. These are alchemy tournaments in addition to martial arts tournament. Although the latter drops off eventually, the alchemy tournaments persists all the way up to chapter 3,400. Same pattern, MC always win. Then there are the experiments that he does with alchemy which sometimes leads absolutely nowhere. Like, he learns how to combine alchemy and weapon runes to increase the effects of his pills by at least 10x, but he hardly ever uses this discovery again (I'd say never, but I think he may have used this one other time) cause it's apparently too hard. Oh, sure, like two thousand chapters later, he finds out about a similar process, but this and that are two different things. Different runes, different system. So yeah. That was a waste of time.  

    Then there is a Level System. It is complete bullshit. Like, there are a lot of stages where it took most people thousands of years to reach, centuries if they're talented. Okay, MC does it in a couple years. Which is nothing compared to his friends, who achieve even it earlier than the MC because they are lucky as heck or their master essentially have a Hyperbolic Time Chamber that only girls can used for some reason. And rarely does the other character react to this miracle. They did it and that's it. So no matter how powerful the MC becomes, his friends/lovers will either be ahead of him or be not that far behind because of stupid reasons. All the way up to the end. Seriously. Power levels are bullshit.

    Which leads us to the Irregular Timezones. Oh boy, the MC keeps getting screwed over by this. In this story, there are a lot of worlds, and they almost never the same. Say, if MC becomes stuck in some place and is forced to spend two months there, as much as NINE thousand years could have passed in *his* world. This idea probably came from the old Chinese belief that one year in our world is like a day in the Heavenly world. But this is crazy from a reader's point of view. This process rarely works out in our MC's favor. It's just a plot point that the author relies on to let his friends/lovers/enemies catch up to him when he becomes too OP. It's as frustrating as it sounds and it feels really cheap whenever it happens. At first, it was just one century or so, then it become thousands of years, then tens of thousands of years. The last time dilution condensed millions of years into ten days. Fortunately for the MC, this one worked out in his favor. So if you intend to read this, prepare to experience a lot of jumps into the future.

    And also fortunate for the MC, the Romance in this story is pretty simple. The girls are all beautiful or at least attractive. Their hearts are very easy to capture. Some female characters barely has any interaction with the MC but somehow fell madly in love with him cause he did one good thing for them. Still, as flimsy as that sounds, they remain very loyal to their man. Even if that same man leaves them for hundreds, if not thousands of years without any communication between the two and is constantly out there seducing the underpants off other girls, they remain as chaste as nuns. Just like in real life! Okay, I can accept that cause this is a fantasy, but then... they just outright disappears. Even the original women who had accompanied the MC from the very start disappears for hundreds of chapters (if not a thousand) without much fanfare and by the time they make another appearance, they are reduced to cameos at best and their roles by the MC's side are replaced by OTHER women. Some of the best characters in the story are these original love interests, and then, poof, they're just gone. I'm serious, they're just phased out. They have absolutely no roles in the end game arc other than the fact that helping MC get back to their world (which is around 3,400 chapters onward) and are barely mentioned at all afterward.

    A lot of Plotlines are also dropped too. Like, you can tell when the author introduce some stuff, like some new information or named characters, to set up a future storyline. Then, they are never mentioned again. I understand one or two dropped storylines, but this happens a lot. The author seems to just set stuff up on a whim and drops them just as quickly. This wouldn't be so bad if they don't suck up so much words and chapters. Like, MC creates a sect of his own later on that took a lot of chapters to set up and a great deal of the story involves its conception and survival. Eventually, while all of his friends and lovers ascend to a higher realm of existence, the MC choose not to ascend so fast and waits a hundred years. (*actually 30 years) Why? To do nothing but create pills for this sect so that it would have a strong foundation and would be able to endure against the obstacles ahead. The result? The sect falls apart in his absence and its existence is never brought up again. A second one is the existence of dan lings, spirits that are born when alchemist creates pills that have reach the peak of their potential. They have the talent to become even better alchemist than normal people cause they were born of alchemy and have the ability to "eat" alchemist in order to steal their skills. Apparently, every alchemist worth their salt have at least one or two in a "higher realm". We do not see either of these two abilities used in the story. Ever. In fact, after their arc, we do not see any dan lings ever again. As if MC is the only one who has it. Lastly, have MC finally found something that that stupid needle couldn't pierce through?

    If that were not enough, the MC's Intellect starts to decay badly later on. Like, after a while, he just runs into every problem without any consideration for himself, his situation, or the strength of his enemies. Most of the time, he has absolutely no plan on how to face his enemies/threats which are often a lot stronger than he is. He just throws himself into bad situations and hope for the best. It's only by luck that he makes it out alive and ahead every time. Like, his arrival just happens to coincides with an opportunity that ensures his safety and eventually leads to his rival's downfall. Gosh, I know he's never been some super smart genius, he's a C+ student at the beginning, but by the end, I'm sure he qualifies as mentally retarded. It's just that he's the cleverest retard in the story.

    Speaking of retards in the stories, I have to talk about the Villains. If a male character is talented/handsome/famous but is not MC or a clear ally, they are always evil. No exceptions. They will always be stupid and greedy people who wants MC's treasure or some super technique or even his lovers. They always will resort to either numbers and underhanded methods to get their way. Not only that, their families (or a whole set of families) will also be evil and greedy, and they will always be pulled into direct conflict with the MC so that he can destroy them later on without any sort of guilt on his conscience. It's fine cause they are all horrible people with no redeeming traits at all. Most of the time, these families or sect will be connected to someone even more powerful that wants to revenge or for sake of his treasures/technqiue. Then the MC has to destroy them too and...Well, the circle of life, everybody! And, the ones that MC hasn't got time for? Well, they will all join the next big antagonist that comes along cause they are evil and evil people always work together. This will make MC's victory all the more awesome! Or not. And, the villains are just worthless. They are often set up as the big bad, cause a lot of trouble and pain for the MC when he's still weak. Then, once MC becomes powerful, he just bloody kills them off instantly cause he's 10x more powerful than them now and they are nothing compared to him. Or, if they're really unlucky, they are killed by MC's allies offscreen cause karma? All that built-up and conflict that the author created between a hero and his rival... Ended with one stroke.

    Finally, one of my biggest problem with the story... The MC is always a Subordinate. Okay, he made his own sect. Okay, he becomes a very powerful alchemist and he's killed a lot of people... But I never got the sense that he ever becomes his own man. He's always the underdog, working his way up to the top. Though he eventually get there, comes the next arc, he's reduced to a nobody once more and has to start his rise all over again. Like, one of the last arc in the story, we see him in a new society, with everybody and their uncle is considered stronger than him, where he takes a job as part of a patrol company guarding a bloody tree! Really? 3,600 chapters later and our MC still has to rely on the good will and protection of others to cover his butt? Haven't we done this already? Repeatedly? Did the author really have to make him take a job as a glorified redshirt cause he couldn't think of any fresh ideas for his story? This is in the last hundred chapters. And don't get me started about the number of times where he is stuck in another realm where he can't use his normal powers and has to learn to use another kind of energy! The last arc is all this.


    All in all, not a story that I would recommend to anyone. The early parts are enjoyable, but after the first major time-skip, the quality starts to decline rapidly. There are a lot of other problems that I didn't mention, but I figure the ones I did talk about here are story's biggest and could essentially make or break a reader's enjoyment so I might as well warn you guys before you get suckered in by the translated chapters as I had. I haven't picked up another story of this genre since I've read this one. For good or bad, this killed almost all of the interest I had for xianxia.

    Oh, minor spoiler.

    I know some of you guys hate this so lemme just tell you first. Except for his father, the Shen family (in fact, everyone from the entire area he came from) will eventually ends up extinct/dead. As per usual, MC had to save his father's ass later and his father doesn't appear again. And MC never had any children with his love interest even though he promised his father he would after things "settle down". I think he's sterile by now.




    Actually, I think this is mead.
  • There are a lot of problems with this story, but up to around 1,000 chapters, this was still very enjoyable and fun. At least it was enough for me to read more. However, by the time I'm done with this, I was left with nothing but hate and frustration for the story and its author. I actually had to force myself through the last two hundred chapters just for the sake of completion. So I'm done with this whole story and this will be about all 3,820 chapters, not only the translated ones.

    Alright, spoilers. This is gonna be looong. Let's see, where should I start...

    Oh, the ALCHEMY. I understand that this is a story about an alchemist, but descriptions and the preparation process should not take up two or four chapters each time. I'm much more interest in the plots and the characters in the story, not reading about a fake process that the author just pulled out of butt. There are a bunch of fighting tournaments for the MC which features the usual. MC joins, audience thinks he has no shot, wins. These are alchemy tournaments in addition to martial arts tournament. Although the latter drops off eventually, the alchemy tournaments persists all the way up to chapter 3,400. Same pattern, MC always win. Then there are the experiments that he does with alchemy which sometimes leads absolutely nowhere. Like, he learns how to combine alchemy and weapon runes to increase the effects of his pills by at least 10x, but he hardly ever uses this discovery again (I'd say never, but I think he may have used this one other time) cause it's apparently too hard. Oh, sure, like two thousand chapters later, he finds out about a similar process, but this and that are two different things. Different runes, different system. So yeah. That was a waste of time.  

    Then there is a Level System. It is complete bullshit. Like, there are a lot of stages where it took most people thousands of years to reach, centuries if they're talented. Okay, MC does it in a couple years. Which is nothing compared to his friends, who achieve even it earlier than the MC because they are lucky as heck or their master essentially have a Hyperbolic Time Chamber that only girls can used for some reason. And rarely does the other character react to this miracle. They did it and that's it. So no matter how powerful the MC becomes, his friends/lovers will either be ahead of him or be not that far behind because of stupid reasons. All the way up to the end. Seriously. Power levels are bullshit.

    Which leads us to the Irregular Timezones. Oh boy, the MC keeps getting screwed over by this. In this story, there are a lot of worlds, and they almost never the same. Say, if MC becomes stuck in some place and is forced to spend two months there, as much as NINE thousand years could have passed in *his* world. This idea probably came from the old Chinese belief that one year in our world is like a day in the Heavenly world. But this is crazy from a reader's point of view. This process rarely works out in our MC's favor. It's just a plot point that the author relies on to let his friends/lovers/enemies catch up to him when he becomes too OP. It's as frustrating as it sounds and it feels really cheap whenever it happens. At first, it was just one century or so, then it become thousands of years, then tens of thousands of years. The last time dilution condensed millions of years into ten days. Fortunately for the MC, this one worked out in his favor. So if you intend to read this, prepare to experience a lot of jumps into the future.

    And also fortunate for the MC, the Romance in this story is pretty simple. The girls are all beautiful or at least attractive. Their hearts are very easy to capture. Some female characters barely has any interaction with the MC but somehow fell madly in love with him cause he did one good thing for them. Still, as flimsy as that sounds, they remain very loyal to their man. Even if that same man leaves them for hundreds, if not thousands of years without any communication between the two and is constantly out there seducing the underpants off other girls, they remain as chaste as nuns. Just like in real life! Okay, I can accept that cause this is a fantasy, but then... they just outright disappears. Even the original women who had accompanied the MC from the very start disappears for hundreds of chapters (if not a thousand) without much fanfare and by the time they make another appearance, they are reduced to cameos at best and their roles by the MC's side are replaced by OTHER women. Some of the best characters in the story are these original love interests, and then, poof, they're just gone. I'm serious, they're just phased out. They have absolutely no roles in the end game arc other than the fact that helping MC get back to their world (which is around 3,400 chapters onward) and are barely mentioned at all afterward.

    A lot of Plotlines are also dropped too. Like, you can tell when the author introduce some stuff, like some new information or named characters, to set up a future storyline. Then, they are never mentioned again. I understand one or two dropped storylines, but this happens a lot. The author seems to just set stuff up on a whim and drops them just as quickly. This wouldn't be so bad if they don't suck up so much words and chapters. Like, MC creates a sect of his own later on that took a lot of chapters to set up and a great deal of the story involves its conception and survival. Eventually, while all of his friends and lovers ascend to a higher realm of existence, the MC choose not to ascend so fast and waits a hundred years. Why? To do nothing but create pills for this sect so that it would have a strong foundation and would be able to endure against the obstacles ahead. The result? The sect falls apart in his absence and its existence is never brought up again. A second one is the existence of dan lings, spirits that are born when alchemist creates pills that have reach the peak of their potential. They have the talent to become even better alchemist than normal people cause they were born of alchemy and have the ability to "eat" alchemist in order to steal their skills. Apparently, every alchemist worth their salt have at least one or two in a "higher realm". We do not see either of these two abilities used in the story. Ever. In fact, after their arc, we do not see any dan lings ever again. As if MC is the only one who has it. Lastly, have MC finally found something that that stupid needle couldn't pierce through?

    If that were not enough, the MC's Intellect starts to decay badly later on. Like, after a while, he just runs into every problem without any consideration for himself, his situation, or the strength of his enemies. Most of the time, he has absolutely no plan on how to face his enemies/threats which are often a lot stronger than he is. He just throws himself into bad situations and hope for the best. It's only by luck that he makes it out alive and ahead every time. Like, his arrival just happens to coincides with an opportunity that ensures his safety and eventually leads to his rival's downfall. Gosh, I know he's never been some super smart genius, he's a C+ student at the beginning, but by the end, I'm sure he qualifies as mentally retarded. It's just that he's the cleverest retard in the story.

    Speaking of retards in the stories, I have to talk about the Villains. If a male character is talented/handsome/famous but is not MC or a clear ally, they are always evil. No exceptions. They will always be stupid and greedy people who wants MC's treasure or some super technique or even his lovers. They always will resort to either numbers and underhanded methods to get their way. Not only that, their families (or a whole set of families) will also be evil and greedy, and they will always be pulled into direct conflict with the MC so that he can destroy them later on without any sort of guilt on his conscience. It's fine cause they are all horrible people with no redeeming traits at all. Most of the time, these families or sect will be connected to someone even more powerful that wants to revenge or for sake of his treasures/technqiue. Then the MC has to destroy them too and...Well, the circle of life, everybody! And, the ones that MC hasn't got time for? Well, they will all join the next big antagonist that comes along cause they are evil and evil people always work together. This will make MC's victory all the more awesome! Or not. And, the villains are just worthless. They are often set up as the big bad, cause a lot of trouble and pain for the MC when he's still weak. Then, once MC becomes powerful, he just bloody kills them off instantly cause he's 10x more powerful than them now and they are nothing compared to him. Or, if they're really unlucky, they are killed by MC's allies offscreen cause karma? All that built-up and conflict that the author created between a hero and his rival... Ended with one stroke.

    Finally, one of my biggest problem with the story... The MC is always a Subordinate. Okay, he made his own sect. Okay, he becomes a very powerful alchemist and he's killed a lot of people... But I never got the sense that he ever becomes his own man. He's always the underdog, working his way up to the top. Though he eventually get there, comes the next arc, he's reduced to a nobody once more and has to start his rise all over again. Like, one of the last arc in the story, we see him in a new society, with everybody and their uncle is considered stronger than him, where he takes a job as part of a patrol company guarding a bloody tree! Really? 3,600 chapters later and our MC still has to rely on the good will and protection of others to cover his butt? Haven't we done this already? Repeatedly? Did the author really have to make him take a job as a glorified redshirt cause he couldn't think of any fresh ideas for his story? This is in the last hundred chapters. And don't get me started about the number of times where he is stuck in another realm where he can't use his normal powers and has to learn to use another kind of energy! The last arc is all this.


    All in all, not a story that I would recommend to anyone. The early parts are enjoyable, but after the first major time-skip, the quality starts to decline rapidly. There are a lot of other problems that I didn't mention, but I figure the ones I did talk about here are story's biggest and could essentially make or break a reader's enjoyment so I might as well warn you guys before you get suckered in by the translated chapters as I had. I haven't picked up another story of this genre since I've read this one. For good or bad, this killed almost all of the interest I had for xianxia.

    Oh, minor spoiler.

    I know some of you guys hate this so lemme just tell you first. Except for his father, the Shen family (in fact, everyone from the entire area he came from) will eventually ends up extinct/dead. As per usual, MC had to save his father's ass later and his father doesn't appear again. And MC never had any children with his love interest even though he promised his father he would after things "settle down". I think he's sterile by now.




    If this is true i just think i should give up because of the level system i hate this type of thing cant the author think of a new villain? the level system like you said for me is the worst thing that the author should mess this should never change and i always hated the fact the the guy take 10 years to get level 10 and then next because of the MC he get to level 1000 in one years this is simple bullshit.
  • Yeah, I don't mind the MC level at a speed that could shock others because he is the MC he should level up very fast, but when the leveling speed is inconsistent or when the time frame is unbelievable that really irks me.
  • Is the MC really sterile? Or is he just adversed to taking actions towards his romantic interests?

  • If this is true i just think i should give up because of the level system i hate this type of thing cant the author think of a new villain? the level system like you said for me is the worst thing that the author should mess this should never change and i always hated the fact the the guy take 10 years to get level 10 and then next because of the MC he get to level 1000 in one years this is simple bullshit.
    no it not "we are not all cut from the same cloth ",
    let's say there's a math problem
    1st person will solve it in 5 minutes
    2nd person solve it 20 minutes
    3rd person may never solve it
  • Taryn said:
    Is the MC really sterile? Or is he just adversed to taking actions towards his romantic interests?
    I don't think he is really sterile he was just complaining about him not making any children.
  • Yeah, MC does it with them, but the problem is that he's rarely around. By the end, MC is millions of years old. Before that, I estimate at least 100,000. I wasn't joking when I say he disappears for hundreds or even thousands of years at a time so you wouldn't be wrong if you say that MC only have sex with them once every five centuries on average. Also, when I said sterile, I only meant that he's really old now, who knows whether he can still perform, or whether his swimmers can still swim. One would think that if he can have children, he would have a whole army of them after the first thousand years. He was very eager when he was with the original heroines. 

    MC also seems to become a lot more chaste in the latter half of the story. Oh, he still amass hordes of new beauties and potential love interest wherever he goes, but for some reason, these new relationships always stalls. Even until the very end, there's no resolution.

    souldz25 said:

    If this is true i just think i should give up because of the level system i hate this type of thing cant the author think of a new villain? the level system like you said for me is the worst thing that the author should mess this should never change and i always hated the fact the the guy take 10 years to get level 10 and then next because of the MC he get to level 1000 in one years this is simple bullshit.
    no it not "we are not all cut from the same cloth ",
    let's say there's a math problem
    1st person will solve it in 5 minutes
    2nd person solve it 20 minutes
    3rd person may never solve it
    Not really. Except for one guy, there were never any indication that his friends were super talented. The first time, MC's friends literally just found some extremely expensive and potent pills just lying around the river for no reason, which allowed them to keep up with him. Then, the second time, they found a whole bag of them. After that, the author became more subtle about it, but you get the point.

    Actually, I think this is mead.
  • Is the MC an old man then? Or does he look young but his age is really old?
    thats a bit dissapointing that the romance in the latter part of the novel is extremely lacking :/
  • I still cant understand why the authors does not write about childrem its easier thing to do and even more plot for then to make and its a fucking bullshit if someone live thousands of years having sex with his haren or one girl and never have a child at least IET in this aspect is quite good, or realistic.
  • No, if he looked like an old man, no woman would want him! He looks young, but is actually very old. I think he said he looked like he's still in his teens in one of the early chapters so I assume that's still valid for the later ones. He regularly passes himself for a youngster when he meets new people although that term can be kind of vague.

    Actually, I think this is mead.
  • I still cant understand why the authors does not write about childrem its easier thing to do and even more plot for then to make and its a fucking bullshit if someone live thousands of years having sex with his haren or one girl and never have a child at least IET in this aspect is quite good, or realistic.
    IET has a whole bunch of old people who are like millions of years old and they have no children or very little children.
  • I still cant understand why the authors does not write about childrem its easier thing to do and even more plot for then to make and its a fucking bullshit if someone live thousands of years having sex with his haren or one girl and never have a child at least IET in this aspect is quite good, or realistic.
    IET has a whole bunch of old people who are like millions of years old and they have no children or very little children.
    but it always explained, and people always have childrem but they just dont care like Obrian who know after thousands years to have childrem but now they're just there not like he feels like their ancestor and more like protector, even redbud and even some clans have childrem and plot about it like the light chief the plot about his childrem is there so yeah IET did a good job much better in this aspect that some other authors.
  • edited April 2016
    I still cant understand why the authors does not write about childrem its easier thing to do and even more plot for then to make and its a fucking bullshit if someone live thousands of years having sex with his haren or one girl and never have a child at least IET in this aspect is quite good, or realistic.
    IET has a whole bunch of old people who are like millions of years old and they have no children or very little children.
    but it always explained, and people always have childrem but they just dont care like Obrian who know after thousands years to have childrem but now they're just there not like he feels like their ancestor and more like protector, even redbud and even some clans have childrem and plot about it like the light chief the plot about his childrem is there so yeah IET did a good job much better in this aspect that some other authors.
    There are a lot of old people who don't have any children in IET's stories as a matter of fact I have seen more old people who don't have children than people who have children. Why do you keep spelling 'children' with a 'm' instead of a 'n'?
  • edited April 2016
    I still cant understand why the authors does not write about childrem its easier thing to do and even more plot for then to make and its a fucking bullshit if someone live thousands of years having sex with his haren or one girl and never have a child at least IET in this aspect is quite good, or realistic.
    IET has a whole bunch of old people who are like millions of years old and they have no children or very little children.
    but it always explained, and people always have childrem but they just dont care like Obrian who know after thousands years to have childrem but now they're just there not like he feels like their ancestor and more like protector, even redbud and even some clans have childrem and plot about it like the light chief the plot about his childrem is there so yeah IET did a good job much better in this aspect that some other authors.
    There are a lot of old people who don't have any children in IET's stories as a matter of fact I have seen more old people who don't have children than people who have children. Why do you keep spelling 'children' with a 'm' instead of a 'n'?
    I'm not a native english speaker and because of it some of these words are speeled wrong because of my native laguage that when writen have some words that are alike and my fingers just write on their own.(not like i dont know about the correct word, just that when i'm writing they seems to easily pass my eyes so i do not correct it)

    well yeah there is a lot of people in our socieaty without children too... what i'm trying to say is that IET made a good job about children he make then at least have some screen time and not let all the caracters in the history die of old age without children etc we at least see it, like the guy that could combine two laws dark and light that one of his child die i believe? yeah IET did a god job i think at least in all the other works i read, i dont see it, maybe later it could changewhen the TL catch up or finish another project this can change.
  • I am sure they can control their sp*rm if they don't want children. Also, the stronger the person, the harder it is for them to have children.
  • So any of the currently translated people love interests and if so which ones? Do they stay with him to the end and are imortal like him or do they age and died? How many women does he gave at the end because it sounds like he collects them like pokemon?
  • Were can i find the story mtl 
  • Can anyone spoil me about his harem how they met their identities and how do they up!
  • edited May 2016
    Yeah and what's the deal with Elder Dan? From what i've read she was the one who help him at king city, but why did she treat him like that?
  • Yeah and what's the deal with Elder Dan? From what i've read she was the one who help him at king city, but why did she treat him like that?
    She probably wants him to give up being in the sect and join her faction.
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