Discussion in 'Latest Chapter Discussion' started by Jaiki, Dec 11, 2016.
The tutorial is too long
What dignity? He never had any.
His loner mental health is bad. He knows it is better for him to talk for advice and mental health instead of exp. it also may be a good idea to fail on purpose just so he has more time talking and learning
Yeah, but they aren't the same person you met before. Even if the body and memories are the same. That's why killing them for just that reason would invalidate Idy's existence as well. Not saying he shouldn't or should, but its a bad idea to start killing with that mind set. The mc even said not to treat the world as a video game and them just NPCs.
some are, remember the 61 floor boss?
at some point the enemies probably got strong enough or just had stupid strong souls/minds rivaling demigods to be able to remember everything that happens
That's a strange case yet explained. They remember if despite mc killing them god knows how many times.
She's always in the same level he is in the story we read- so we know that when she begins level 16 she has begun her Apostle Trial, and so on.
It took her a bit more than he did to begin it, though he did comment on how she had two power skills earlier.
It's probably harder for people to catch the gods' attention after the first few groups. They had to figure everything out for themselves and the newer... I keep wanting to call them players... get a lot of information, suggestions, and sometimes even equipment and skills from higher-levels. So even if they're superior it'll take a bit longer for god-senpai to notice them. Sorry, it's Korean. God-sunbae.
Yeah. And I think this whole novel is in the tutorial until its ending.
I mean, the moment he gets out of the tutorial, the world would just be easy mode for him...
but they could make a demon invasion plot like the ones in max level newbie where the demons have more than 800 levels.. tutorial is always there to prepare for the real thing anyway right?
But I doubt this novel will go there... its just tutorial.. and by the time he steps out of it, it will be the epilog already..
Probably, yet its not a bad thing. The floors of hell mode are epic and a great tale of adventure and growth. It doesn't need a demon invasion arc after the tutorial because one floor of hell mode will probably already have him do just that and kill the demon Lord or demon god. Continuing for a long time after the tutorial would just results in some cliche JP and OP slice of life novel.
Did you miss him freaking out after killing all those goblins? Or just recently, where is treating the monks as regular human beings?
Iirc we were told that gods can have only one Apostle at a time, so considering how many people there are in all the tutorials in multiple dimensions and outside of tutorials that might also attract their attention (for example that monk who was a apostle of Duel), the more time pass and the more unlikely you are to be chosen as an apostle, even if you are stronger/better than someone who was chosen beforehand.
Wow, the sudden brawl was unexpected since he wanted information, yet it was realistic how it played out. Another element of this stage we missed is that you yourself are the most suspicious, so failing to resolve it leads to a fight. Still, I wonder why the God of Adventure was acting strange at the end of the last chapter?
ah, i was right, he did end up just fighting all of them. never ends peacefully in hell, who would have known.
Plot twist they are all doppelgängers and he will kill them all after hearing each of their stories
He is like the monster in the horror movie, that spend the hole film with you and at the end he finish them all!!!!!!
I quite enjoyed chapter 94 (although it went by so fast!).
Loved the plot twist.
Starts off with protagonist trying to use his brain and get out of a situation with his wits.
It fails miserably since the other people are smarter than he is.
I've read enough other novels where the protagonist is super smart for this to be welcomed and a bit funny.
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