I notice how a lot of discussions seems to drop off compared a year ago, look at r/noveltranslations most upvoted are korean novels now.
I mean wuxia is for my classics like jin yong, gu long and huanh yi stuff.
Zhu xian has many characters that are living for hundred of years,...
It's one of the few xianxia novels, I can stand.
Registered in 2015, first post is defending reddit.
Do you seriously post here with your alt redditor-kun?
I'm taking bribe from WW to accuse NU taking bribes from Qidian.
Here is the reddit link; https://www.reddit.com/r/noveltranslations/comments/6qvpm3/it_has_begun/dl0brke/
I'm just at laughing cause r/noveltranslations should change to /dickridingchinesenovels, because they literally upvote any low quality chinese...
In the mainpage volume 7 is still empty btw, if you click volume 7 chapter 1 link on NU, the prologue is actually volume 1.
Why did you post on this thread then? Probably the same underage troll who post invisible dragon on every thread and thinks it's funny.
Reading japanese novels who are translated in chinese.
My only regret is that I never taken chinese class seriously (chinese school every Saturday for two years, learn jackshit and the other chinese...
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