So I read the novel until chapter 98ish but I can't see why it has a genre of xuanhuan there. it is more like wuxia genre. why did I think it's like that? it's because from all of the xuanhuan genre I read they usually don't have that limited view of the world MC residing in. MC even state that a few times. I mean don't he got transmigrate from 'this' earth from 'that' earth? then why is his view felt like someone who only believes the world is only as big as his home? that concept itself is flawed, I mean there is no such thing as the center of the world only center of civilizations where this country far more develops than that country, right? or is all I read only a big log of prologue? come, come, u can discuss this with everyone who.. want to discuss it of course edit: xuanhuan, This term is used for those fiction set in an eastern culture background (Eastern Fantasy). In Xuanhuan you get five basic elements (metal, wood, water, fire, and earth), Chinese style gods, powerful animal monster like fox and tiger who can transform to human look, etc... It's like a mishmash of different elements and sometimes Xianxia-like elements are present. It's easy to confuse Xuanhuan with Xianxia.