This Chinese cultivation novel follows Han Jue who is reincarnated into the cultivation world. Han Jue has a system that provides him with all the talent, skills, artifacts, and techniques. As a result, Han Jue doesn’t need to fight for resources or go out for inspiration. Han Jue realizes he just needs to cultivate.
That’s what we will see in this novel: A main character who just cultivates and hates going out and if there’s any trouble he is ready to run. His only goal is to have a long life and be powerful to the point no one threatening him.
The Main Character
Han Jue adheres to his principle of remaining low-key and cultivating at all times. I’ve read about 200 chapters, and even when things go wrong, he just cultivates.
The System and the Time Skips
Because this is a cultivation novel, there are many time jumps to indicate that the main character has reached this stage in cultivation after so many years. The System informs him of events involving his friends and enemies during that time period. It’s a clever plan by the author because it keeps the novel entertaining.
This novel’s plot and characters lack depth, but it moves at a fast pace which kind of fills that gap. I would have dropped this novel if it didn’t have a fast pace.
This novel is rarely about romance. The main character has several love interests, but they are rarely explored. Every love interest serves a specific purpose. They all help each other advance to higher levels so that they can be together in the cultivation journey.
Lack of fightings, plot and characters depth, and repetition of plots can be its bad point but these don’t really affect the reading experience. After all, this is a light fun novel with a low-key main character.
Recommended to those who are tired of cultivation novels with young masters, face slapping, cliches, and the main character who can’t live a second without offending others.