Fantasy Simulator

Fantasy Simulator

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After dying, Chen Heng finds that he has transmigrated to an alternate reality: everything is the same, except the world is now a Wuxia world heavily influenced by martial arts! Not only this, he discovers that he has a Fantasy Simulator, from which he obtains rewards that make him incredibly powerful in his new reality as well. Martial arts, immortal cultivation, and overpowered abilities–all of this begins from a single simulation!

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Retexks
1 year ago

The main world turns out to be a dream, so it doesn’t have any impact on the story, also it’s great that they don’t suck the dick of cultivation, and acknowledge that without resources, cultivators are nothing

yahia_ibrahim
1 year ago

This idea started to be viral from my life simulator to bizarre log in device same idea but more sophisticated more developed but i didn’t like it much as he introduced a dead world why to make it mysterious wtf at first it captured my by the thought of second chance etc then you tell me that all of this is dream and the biggest loophole why are you alive then he give you a shit demonstration that he is traverser???? Lol

yahia_ibrahim
1 year ago

It’s been two day and my mood is dull becouse of the transmigration second chance pit

empress lust
1 year ago

spend 260 chapters and so much time to start all over again? It’s certainly a good jobπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
Also after 260 chapters, the author started pouring tons of water into the chapters, so it became very boring to read

Last edited 1 year ago by empress lust
forevermtl
1 year ago

Read till 301.
The MC is a psychopath. An opportunist till the end.
Not only is he able to lie with a straight face, he is able to construct a personality that suits the situation best live it till the end.

You are not reading the story of a hero. But that of a villain. A little Leylin Farlier.

Small Spoiler. This story is definitely inspired by Warlock of the Magus World. And the setting of WMW world appears.

fronzem
1 year ago

Disappointed. mc is gradually shaped by the plot armor, failing to take rational actions and relying only on the luck and goodwill of others. I read up to chapter 230

fronzem
1 year ago
Reply to  fronzem
some points that made me not read more
  • After death in each world the points are added according to the influence he had, with the points he has access to a roulette that has as a prize all characteristics, skills and items in his possession. Even if he only seldom gets anything good
  • Chapter 119, the option to choose a random character appears, mc achieves the best possible result. In the world he has access to the memory of a top cultivator, influencing the way of acting throughout the novel. The MC has access to a technique inherited directly by points, which allows you to see the fate and the future of you and others.
  • chapter 200, the demon king meets and reports all information about the location and the situation he finds himself in, allowing him to defeat his opponents and acquire an inheritance that can be redeemed directly by points.
  • chapter 218, the mc realizes that he will face the apocalypse not only he but his family and the other humans perished, instead of redeeming the points of the previous world to get stronger and then enter another world with advantages, he prefers to use the random character option and count on luck
Last edited 1 year ago by fronzem
Rookie
1 year ago

I just read Fantasy Simulator and I feel shit. The first simulation is okay, MC got his body-building realm after the simulation is over. It’s the second simulation that’s shit. 90+ chapter and after the MC return to the real world he doesn’t bring any of his strength. The cause is if you want to bring it to the real world, there’s a lottery system that randomly bring something back to the real world. The MC is so dumb, after 3 lotteries he stopped. The reason is he said he isn’t a gambler and doesn’t want to risk it anymore eventhough he has more than enough points for 5+ more lotteries. All he got is longsword, basic body-building that his original body already reached, knight talent that he sealed for his simulation body. All the strength that he earned? gone, just because he don’t want to use more points. The function of points? It’s to redeem lottery or select better identity. This dumbass MC just wasted his time and the reader’s time. I regret this this. The 90+ chapters second simulation wasted a lot of time and in the MC almost got nothing.

Don’t read it, author is obviously the type who will try to always slow down MC’s strength increase to make the novel as long as possible.

Rookie
1 year ago
Reply to  Rookie

It’s good at first but just like the previous commenter said, it’s a pit.

Rookie
1 year ago
Reply to  Rookie

Just found out that it’s written by the same author who wrote Wizarding Immortal. This novel is very similar to author’s previous work. If you like Wizarding Immortal you will like this one. But it also has the same flaw. MC’s power increase is slow, even slower than Wizarding Immortal. Except the first simulation which quickly increase MC’s strength, the rest is very slow. 90+ chapters in another world and in the end MC didn’t even increase his real world strength.

Last edited 1 year ago by Rookie
Rookie
1 year ago
Reply to  Rookie

I just read the review above and even after 200+ chapters, MC still doesn’t use the lottery to bring back his strength to the real world. WTF?

Egg Age
1 year ago
Reply to  Rookie

Thank you for your review and thank you for saving my time

Nixexs
1 year ago

Started out to be an interesting idea but soon turns into everything it should not be. Above all the whole story is doused with authors bland way of story telling which just kills of any excitement or expectation left. Anyway The summary summariesd in few points :
1: Except for the first simulation you don’t see him gaining any sort of obvious result. Atleast until Ch 300 where I finally dropped it.

2: Fillers. Lots of fillers. The 3 rd simulation took over 70+ chapters and basically no progress. MC gained nothing from that arc. Even the arc itself was full of MC acting like a Gary stu while the world bent to his will.

3: Refuses to us this point in a well thought if manner. He always…always goes random. It would be better served if he tries for a higher identity. For example his influence would increase multifold if he was part of the aristocratic knight circle. Or the sorcerer circle.

4: No plan to harvest points. I would be looking for loop holes or ways to cultivate points in the fastest and most efficient manner.

5: Ch 250. The world is a dream. That’s it . Dropped it.

There are many more reasons but these are thef we main ones. In all honesty an over rated trash.

Kennny
9 months ago

There are already many reviews here, they are mostly either full star of at the bottom, as for the last one or two which says the mc is little Leylin of whatever, (mc of WOMW) they are just immature trolls, Fantasy Simulators uses all types of Fantasy Genre plots to you have definitely seen if you love reading novels.

I don’t agree comparing these two MCs because they are completely different(moreover WOMW have lots of loopholes, i don’t know why some idiots date compare it with even Reverend Insanity)

This novel is good enough, and if you still don’t like it then it only means this type of genre is not up to your taste, don’t blame the author or novel for that, no author in the world can only have fans but not haters you know.

Let me mention my preference so you guys could guess my taste: 1)Reverend Insanity > 2)Fantasy Simulator > 3)The World Of Deities > 4)Magic Emperor> 5)Warlock of Magus World

These are some of the few novels I enjoyed/enjoy reading, their quality is in order.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

ryoujakuda
7 months ago

Nice novel nil. but it gets pretty boring down the line. it is still a nice read tho