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Thunder Martial

Thunder Martial
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In this world, everyone has a possibility to betray you. Even if it is your brother.

Just for a 500 year old Snow Ginseng, Zi Chen’s friend, whom he treated as his brother, stabbed his dantian and took away his life, before kicking him off the mountain top.

Who would have expected that a mysterious Thunder Seed entered Zi Chen’s heart, letting him be reborn from death, having his bone marrow refined, and even obtaining a technique called Heaven Thunder Body Tempering.

With great luck assisting him in training his body. Taking in the Snow Ginseng helped him reconstruct his dantian.

With the Thunder Seed absorbing pure spiritual energy, his cultivation progress improved rapidly.

Those who had once betrayed him should all suffer in his cruel revenge.

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1 Month, 2 Days ago

This story begins well. The protagonist is having a tough time in his sect (which seems more like a school of anarchy than a sect, but never mind). Fortunately the MC has both strength and intelligence, so his struggles are entertaining and always end in victory. This changes in Ch 58, when the MC’s brain turns to porridge and the author resorts to the idiot plot. The idiot plot, for those who may be unfamiliar with the term, is a plot in which events are driven by stupid decisions made by the MC. In this case, the MC arrives at a steep sided valley very similar to one he and his friends used to ambush their enemies. Does he show any caution in entering? No, because the author was too lazy to find an acceptable course of action for the MC based on being smart and learning from experience. So he stupidly enters with his friends, and of course they are ambushed. It is not only the author who lets the reader down. As from about Ch 66, the quality of the translation suddenly deteriorates, becoming little more than a thinly edited machine translation and hardly worth the effort of reading. It’s a great pity that a promising tale is ruined in this way.

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