Rebuild World (WN)

Rebuild World (WN)

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Akira, was born in the slum and wishes to get out but the only way he could was to risk his life in these ruins as a hunter.

These ruins, known as the Old World, were danger zones where beasts roam; buildings crumble, and other humans hunt their own

Though Akira had expected to face death countless times there, he had never expected to meet a naked woman there.

Standing exposed with her curvaceous curves and bosom out for all to admire, Alpha, the breathtaking beauty stood there, looking back at him.

This mysterious enchantress walked towards Akira and

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Story is ok, its all about Akira getting stronger with help of Alpha and he tries to repay her.. But there are still mysteries about old world which is interesting...

I think the world building was the best part about this novel. Its really great in the first 1-3 volumes, everything is so fresh and new. But then it really falls off fast after your fascination with the world cools down and you just focus on the plot and the writing.

Some volumes just felt like it didnt go anywhere, just introduced a new character with some actions scenes, then with the next volume

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the previous character is placed in the background with barely any mention, just a waste of a volume if you ask me. Other volumes was just the MC getting into dangerous situations and upgrading his gear. Everything is still happening within the same city, dude just goes to different ruins and fights. Relics arent really interesting since he mostly sells them, doesnt collect anything unique and barely uses any for himself.

Theres one volume I absolutely hate, everyone who has read it probably knows what I mean. The author was just trying to create drama, it doesnt make the story unique or interesting. Wasted another volume reading that crap.

The MC cant stop repeating he is weak and needs to get stronger every few chapters. Theres women who like him but somehow the MC doesnt get horny at all or is not really interested. The author is trying to make the MC seen edgy but to me he just seems super out of place, and everyone else is way more normal than he is, even other slum kids. Dude is also on some deluded power trip, but none of it is his power at all, hes really deranged. Dont say youre weak but then be a crazy lunatic the next instant just because you have an AI helping you.

Theres lots of action, this author loves his action scenes, pretty much around every corner the MC will find himself in a fight, but it gets super tedious to read through after awhile. I think its the authors way of padding the story out, it really feels like a lot of it is filler. I guess some people like that though.

The high level of descriptive writing is also very refreshing and rare for a light novel. The author does a very good job making you visualize the environment and feel like you are being guided by Alpha for every action scene.

Each chapter is also fairly lengthy, so props to the translator keeping up the quality translation and keeping a consistent weekly schedule. Ill be keeping a good eye

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The characters themselves are memorable. Maybe due to how much time the author spends expanding on them a little. Even for those disposable mob characters.

Each chapter is pretty long on its own. Around 5K words, and I am grateful that Divine Dao Library did not choose to break them up, unlike some other websites.

All in all, the experience is something that I missed after reading a ton of novels. The refreshing feel of opening up something unknown for the first time to rediscover something you like. If you are like me and have read no small number of stories, I think this one should be on your bucket list.

The main character at this stage is just a boy who has grown up in the slums outskirting a city with a dystopian wealth divide. While the city itself was built next to an old world ruin to better facilitate looting old relics for commercial and potentially scientific benefit.

The story begins with the main character on his first day as a hunter (a kind of relic scavenger), when he meets an augmented reality being who promises to aid

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him in return for promising to raid a ruin for it in the future. The chapters as of yet are following a growth arc, as the main character is guided by the augmented reality being to choice relic looting spots for money and better equipment.

No romance waifus or sugar coated stereotypes. Rebuild World bulldozes straight to the good stuff that most novels have you wait 6 chapters per scene to reveal.

One of the better post-apocalyptic novels. You get to see the world thought Akiras eyes and understand how the society works. This is also one of the better harems I have read. If you hate harems, give this a shot, its not in your face and the harem is very subtle. The author is clearly building up to something big and we are given hints that some characters (Green haired girl ghost) are not all that they seem. This is a novel I look forward to and I suggest you

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all give it a shot. The main character might seem annoying but he grows as the story progresses.

A homeless boy in a post-apocalyptic sci-fi world makes a contract with a sentient AI of unknown affiliation. While he does not understand the details of the contract or the AIs goals, he agrees to her ToS and starts raking in achievements thanks to her support. She frequently reminds him that he is alive because of her.

Both the AI and the boy have questionable morals. The AI is okay with breaking his legs if it increases chances of completing her mission and he is fine with saving some waifus if

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he can shoot a bunch of guys dead. Theres no room for good deeds in this world.

The AIs mystery and where her goal would take him on the path of growth keep the story going, alongside biomechanical monsters left behind by the previous civilization.

Akira is the 499th person Alpha approached with the contract. It did not go well for the other 498.

Alphas role in Akiras explosive growth eerily resembles raising livestock. Trust me does not justify requesting mind control privileges on day one.

Ill say it straight off the bat for the people that dont have the time to read a full review; read it, give at least its first 10 chapters a chance, and if you like them, youll undoubtedly love the rest.

To start off, the characters in this novel are well writen, have actual personalities unlike others in other novels that makes the sea of tr*sh that hides gems like

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these, and their interactions are simply a fantastic treat to the eyes. The characters are really dynamic and that makes for really enjoyable interactions. The main character, Akira, himself immediately interested me, and the appearance of Alpha just afterward just complemented his character, and with her, created a really interesting and dynamic duo. Theres never nothing going on between the both of them and its really cool to see. The others characters (such as Shizuka, Sara, Elena, Shikarabe, Katsuya) appeared in a pretty smooth way and felt somewhat natural. Over time, you truly feel some genuine character development with almost everybody that Akira interacts with, and Akira himself started that straight out of the first chapter. While the MC slowly changes according to his environment and social interactions, he does not forget his past and principles that he has maintained for years, and considering the fact that his base personality is somewhat unique and well developed, Ienjoy following him in his journey. When I saw the harem tag on this one, I expected fully transparent clich characters with a tiny speck of personality that would straight up like him on the spot without any romantic development, or at least without gradually increasing affection overtime without any reasons, but I was totally wrong.

Ill say it again, but this novel is a gem, so dont use the standards that you may have used for other novels, this is the 1 in a 100 or a 1000 novel with which you wont get any disappointment out of if you like it.

The world itself is original and that is already a big plus in my eyes. Ive gotten too used to shitty standard unoriginal isekai worlds that a post-apocalyptic sci-fi setting like this makes me pop a bon-- I mean, it makes me happy. Not only does the world interest me as I want to know more about what happened AND what is happening, but it also gives so much possibilities to the author, it just seems like theres not limit in how the story can develop. And the (understandably) vague descriptions of the world, yet detailed enough to give us a general overview, leaves so much to the imagination that I recovered something that I lost after reading so many shitty mediocre novels; the feeling of going with the flow, and letting the author guide me. In most novels nowadays, youd be able to somewhat predict where things would go and how the story would unfold. Here? Ive got absolutely no idea and I love it. The world building in this one is basically top notch and has been ongoing since the start, and has not disappointed me one bit.

Anyway, Ill conclude by saying that, with the exception of the occasional Sheryl parts (I hate her), this has been one smooth and good reading. I really hate to complain about the output of chapters, but its quite slow. 2 chapters per week is good but itd be even better if they were spread out with 2/3/4 days between each, instead of waiting a whole week just to have 2 chapters on 2 continuous days. But I guess the translation quality makes up for it, albeit with the occasional grammar error, so thank you DDL.

PS: How tf can Yumina still stay with Katsuya. It may sound bad, but if Akira could take Yumina from Katsuya, shed certainly would live a better life instead of constently dealing with his stuborness and probably dying young, but thats just my opinion.

This is slow-paced novel with lots of battle and conflicts. While the MC born as a child in the slum, you may have to expect a lot of dark & crazy setting. The progress of the story may feel a bit too slow, but contrarily can see how the author portrayed the story in a great details. There are lots of development going on around the MC as there are lots of characters that interlinked with each other later on the story, so expect to read not only

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MCs POV but many characters around him.

As how much the potential this story can goes, even with great amount of words in one chapter, I will not be surprised if this can go until 500 ch.

Later on the story (above ch.250), there are some names that may be the keypoint to explain Alphas background & intention. But as of now, there are no indication yet.

As there are great margin in-between current tl-ed ch & raw, I will not touch much about this as there may be a need of lot of spoilers just to describe it. But well, heres a bit spoiler:

Even with 290+ chapters, the MC has not yet went to Upper District of Kugayama City. But, there are lots of places introduced by other characters. So if we look on the details of location itself, not much been explored but instead was complemented by the tension and conflict of the story in small amount of places in great details.

Downsides of this novel, the MC was actually a coward and relied heavily on Alphas support. He also has twisted knowledge and logic and keep loathing his own ability and weakness. The Author also portrayed how his rival and people around him as naive, arrogant, but have all the fortunes he can not have that may agitated the reader.

Later above ch.150+, Akiras own ability gradually excelled as he did lots of sham battle with his gang.

Later above ch.200+, there will be time where he awaken in dangerous situation for long period of time without Alphas support.

Later above ch.200+, there will be serious confrontation between them.

As of the romance and other spicy stuffs

there are some.. But just dont expect it a bit much (at least for now). He may be a thickheaded but not that insensitive.

Sheryl, Elena, Sara, Shizuka, Carol.. And really expect Shiori as he gave him favorable treatment despite their delicate situation

If not were because Akira got full brainwashed and act very dumb and contradictory Ill give this very good score, but bro is hard to keep with wns and lns with the fetishes and weird writing of the authors. We truly did a number in them back in the day.

Anyway, it was a good read and probably a lot better than most jp webnovels here. The plot, action and setting is pretty interesting and entertaining. Problem is, the manipulation vibe here is just too strong, too off-putting. MC is barely bareable to me at this point. Hes stubborn most of the times on wrong reasons and tbh he isnt really that skilled either. Hes most redeeming feature is his stubborness and social naivety yet other than that, he really lack any sort

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of thing that can call him special or unique to be an MC.

Hes luck is abysmal and the only reason he last till this point was because he was given an omnipresent AI whose intentions and goals are shady at best while MC for some reason is over reliant on it and have most of his actions shown/given to him by manipulating and MC doesnt suspect anything which is getting annoying.

To be fair, hes current lifestyle is 100x better than his previous but still doesnt mean he should sell his soul to the devil and relinquish his control to his destiny to a thing because hes the damn MC.

Story is great but MC is tad bit disappointing. He have the girls (sure) but his luck is absymal and he have zero control over his life and most of it was just the AI pointing it to him. AI has too much presence + with mcs trust + mcs over reliance. Just doesnt give me confidence about his fate.

theres a new character later on, she falls for the MC I think? Only shows the intentions to have him and keeps seducing him. Really strong and sexy and works as a hooker on the sidelines but she has a reason for it. Her relationship with Akira gets stronger later on.

now about cheryl, dont expect much cause its very one sided, but it doesnt mean Akira hates her. Also it is portrayed in the story that shes like Akira girlfriend and all and that shes the only one who Akira really follows which he really does.

now this is the most surprising thing that has ever happened in the novel. Very unexpected. Wont tell what happened but youll definitely like it if you hate him. Very satisfying both the first and the second one.

Really helps Akira in everything but only on the outside. She sometimes manipulates akira but she really cares for him (as a tool I think?). I dont really like her cause she has some very shady dialogues sometimes and she doesnt like it when akira gets close to someone, thinking that it will be a hinder for her goals. Just my opinion but I think shell be the final boss or something like that but overall good personality.

Wow never expected to find a cyberpunk story here. Its well written, especially the descriptions of technology, and I like the setting for the protagonist and partner. I usually dislike stories with child protagonists but Im okay with this.

the story is so refreshing, not another I go to another world to build a harem, revenge, and destroyed their food culture novel but a concept in a post-apocalyptic non reincarnated protag from the slum that was helped by AI. Still quite strong, but not in the op realm. the translation is pretty good (although because of my impatience I sacrifice the quality of the translation just to

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and for the development, I guess its quite good, the character development is good enough with akira slowly becoming stronger and using a better equipment. And the world building is so realistic that I keep imagine that I was really there. Also, the plot building always piqued my interest, with how the author keep giving clues about Alpha and the ruins

and the fight scene is amazing. It keeps my blood pumping. As for the romance, Im glad theres NO FORCED HAREM (Im not a gay or anything, but come on, Ive got enough of weird harem building on my plate), and thats a plus for me. Although I do hope Akira can have a good romance (and luck) because its so irritating that certain someone has more romance (no luck though) than him.

Definitely one of the best isekai/alternate world Japanese novels out there. Despite the obvious flaws, its good enough to give a read. Also, if you are already through 200 chapters like I am, the flaws will either be gone or you will get too used to notice anymore. All thats left is a great action novel.

Unique and interesting setting. Its like isekai, but in the far, apocalyptic future. The old worlds civilization died long ago, but factories while malfunctioned are still left running, spewing out an endless amount of monsters. Hunters are those who kill them to collect materials and look for equipments from the old world.

Excellent world building. The world is vast and thought out very thoroughly, making it believable and exciting. Everything has a tight relationship with each other and together they form an ecosystem. Combined with the impressive world building, a whole RPG game could be made from this and I would be down to paying to play it.

Not your typical MC. Hes naive but not kind, has no qualms murdering troublesome people. The story is kinda harem-ish but not the s*upid kind of harem.

Repetition in describing the characters feelings. Reina knows that she is very weak. Kanae loves to have a good battle. Akira knows the only thing he has is the resolve to push through. Those things keep being repeated many times across the story for all the characters, as if the author is trying to tell us this character has yet to receive any character development whenever they show up. To the point that I feel like shouting Yeah we bloody know, you never shut up about it.

Early into the story, the author focused too much on making the MC look good by creating mobs who picked fights with him, or holy shit at everything he does.

Boring conversations. As good as the author is at world building, he is terrible at writing a good dialogue. When someone speaks about the world, it feels more like an info dump, or reading a scrupt than a human speaking to another. Many characters possess the same manner of speaking. The story can also use fewer pointless conversations.

Lengthy writing. Because of the two points above, each chapter feels dragged. The author has a habit of repeating and explaining things that should already be obvious to readers. You can shorten each chapter by half and still retain the essential parts.

The MC is kinda dumb and contradictary, some of his actions make so sense at all. He also has barely any character development even after 200 chapters in.

The only antagonist so far is absolutely unlikeable and uninteresting. He doesnt have anything against the MC other than an inferiority complex and a love triangle.

I fairly liked the setting from the get-go. Each chapter is long compared to most other novels as well, so even though theres only around 120 chapters translated, if we compare it to some wuxia types then there would be around 250 to 300 chapters. (It was between 9500 and 13000 characters I think per chapter)

The main story seems to be kept on track fairly well if we exclude the occasional Sheryl arcs,

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which to me personally felt like fillers in anime.

The dialogue and character growth for Akira and those around him are enjoyable, the background of the Old World slowly unravels while we start getting more and more peeks into Alpha. The chemistry Akira has with the people he accepts is another enjoyable aspect.

If I had to speak of some gripes it would be how the Hunter ranking system isnt exactly explained but rather given a vague explanation for as we follow the MCs rank rise.

Eg how it was explained that Akira had to reach rank 20 to buy a vehicle when grinding between 10 and 20, or how he was given a forced mission to increase his hunter rank because he was thought of as a rank fraud eg someone whose abilities are a lot higher than his rank says. And then theres the point where we finally find out Elenas and Saras ranks plus the benefits that come from slightly higher ones. But thats as specific as it gets. Its hinted that for frontline equipment rank100+ is required, but its all vague

Overall this is a type of novel where I feel its a shame that it doesnt have more chapters both translated or available overall, so I definitely recommend it.

Im not gonna say much but I do recommend this novel to anyone that likes a cyberpunk/mad max type of story. The only problem this novel has is the amount of fluff writing. Theres a lot of unnecessary paragraphs (I mean ALOT) describing every single detail possible. But if youre looking for a great (yes the novel is great) this is it. And the MC is like 12-14 so bare with him. He is a little twisted.

Many people are saying many things about this novel. But to me this is absolute gold no it is definitely DIAMOND. I love this series so much. 1000/10 for me. The world building and the characters are absolutely amazing. But my favorite is AKIRA, he is FIRE. Please dont miss this amazing Novel. You will regret it.

As the industry evolved and money became the main goal of the LNs writing industry rather than creating compelling stories about believable characters, Rebuild World or RW seems to be going against the mainstream form of developing the plot around the protagonists composition, giving us a story that includes multiple plotlines of which the majority are outside either of the protagonists ability or importance. Of course, as the plot advances we see how slowly the line on which the protagonist is built on starts crossing roads with some of the

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more important plotlines. But, one of the things that stands out while all of this is unfolding is just how easily discarded can the protagonist be from the perspective of the higher powers or even his closest allies. The one and only character that seems genuinely concerned all the time about him and searches for his affection is for the first time, at least in my memory, described as a parasite with a debt rather than a love interest like how the trend is used to go about it.

This story is truly trying to maintain its clearheaded goal without giving some sort of power fantasy type of rewards to the management of risk return of the protagonists action. Ill be rooting for more authors capable of making clear distinctions between how they believe human relations should work and how they actually work.

Lastly, as some may still steer away from this one, Id like to at least precise that there is no forced romantic interest while the emotional development of the character has not made a leap from his origins. In short, this novel feels more realistic while still raising the stakes. Godspeed with the translations and congratulations to the great team doing it.

when akira went to save sheryl and kill alna at the ezont family estate, katsuya comes from behind and tries to kill akira repeatedly to protect alna and akira lets him live and yet akira goes full ret*rd for alna who only stole 100k aurum makes me wonder why the author went full ret*rd and yet that wasnt enough, akira had to just go back into the estate after saving sheryl (oh yeah the ezont family had countless power suites and tanks and akira didnt even have alpha support because new aug suit needed 1 day b4 she can rewrite the software)

with all that bs plot even alpha repeated warnings he still got no support who already used most of his ammo bye cash just to kill alna.

Truly an interesting novel, plot seems mysterious and fascinating, fights are not boring, MC have a little twisted way of thinking, but considering his childhood, its okay, most definite flaw in my opinion is way of speaking between people, its repetitive, awkward and plain. But overall its good enough.

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