Manhwa name: Arcane Sniper Hey all, I am just getting into this one. Really enjoyed the Manhwa and one thing that bothered me about it was when even after he learned the tap method of reloading the musket, he is still firing at a rate of every 53 seconds or something like that. I commented there that it's because he has crippled hands. does the author correct that in the novel? or should I expect mc to be reloading 1/minute in this novel as well? As for the LCD, I haven't caught up so I can't quite comment, but the premise is interesting, even if it's a bit rough rereading it. It seems in the novel he's been moping about for 4 months, where as the manhwa he had made a serious effort to work on physical rehab. has anyone noticed anything else that seems significantly different between the two? also, did anyone else start calling him "crippled hands" while reading the manhwa? I got the term from planetside 2, where the heavy assault's reload for most lmgs is 2 seconds long. and with the lack of motions, it looks like the toon is just moving his hands very slowly. where as the mg42 from stray dog, where dude had to lift that mechanism over the barrel, remove the belt for the old ammo, grab the belt for the new ammo, and feed that into the firearm before lowering the mechanism again and triggering the latch or whatever it was, which totally looked like it would take 2 seconds, in planetside 2, your character merely had the motion of ejecting the old drum, and then replacing the new drum, just slowed to take 2 excruciating seconds. Either way, I am only at chapter 7 now, can't wait to catch up. chapter 7: part of the reason I am having a hard time getting through this is it's hard to experience someone else's mobility being destroyed like what happens to Ha Leeha. He's lost feeling from his stomach down. he's lost his mobility. he's gone from an energetic and successful young man to a bitter, injured person. it's terribly sad to see, but it's encouraging as the arc of the story seems to push towards him being healed eventually. I've lost range of movement and functionality as well, but I am not nearly as young as him. hate to see it, and I can totally empathize.