乘风御剑

Firmament Sword Lord

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Ten years ago, the North Moon Sword God Xuantian Zhan held a sword and was invincible in the world. Ten years later, a person called Wang Chen reappeared in the world...

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  1. Rookie

    Not for me. Pacing is very slow. Too many useless paragraph and bullshit. I read about 20 chapters and most the story is told from from the POV of side character about how shocked they are finding out our ordinary MC turns out is actually at peak of mortal realm.

  2. Tyr

    One of the best novels written, ever. Period.

  3. Tynides

    At chapter 120, only saw him using his sword once. What’s the point of the title being called Firmament Sword Lord if he will use his sword once and then not use it for a long time again.

  4. qullnarak

    Interesting story plot, but MTL part is very crappy (compared to usual MTL quality).

  5. qullnarak

    After 150 chapters, this novel has a vibe of wuxia tradition + modern world + xianxia. It is more natural as a “wuxia” genre— MC is all about actions NOT flirting. There will be a lot of killings, and Author doesn’t just try to prolong villains life If MC has opportunity to strike his enemy, then he’d do it. He’d kill both women and men alike, so this is not a stereotypical novel. It is a novel about vengeance, cultivation, smart cultivation, and minor game elements.

    The first arc is about a “swordgod” mortal guy who was rejected and nearly killed by an immortal sect disciple after he won battle royale that suppose to give him a quota to get into immortal sect. His talent is basically bad, but he rely on his game system for the boost. The novel starts at 10 years later, in which the battle royale reopens and he wants to get into immortal realm under different identity and get it back at that sect disciple.

    After the first one, there’ll be more targets coming from his past 10 years. His life will be intertwine with the power struggle of immortal realms too.

  6. DemonEmperor

    I’ll give it a 5 even though then ending was a bit lacking and the title not really representative of how the MC fights since he rarely uses sword even his title is north moon lord by the end of the novel
    plus: fast pace overall, arcs are not dragged , entertaining and kept looking forward to next chaps , young masters are handled quickly so no cycle of bringing young masters uncle and ancestor, vast worlds (multiverse setting)
    minus: no romance, ending, his diciples being discarded by author

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