Douluo Dalu

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Alternativas: Synonyms: Combat Continent, Soul Land
Japanese: 斗罗大陆
Autor: Tang Jia San Shao
Modelo: Mangá
Status: Publishing
Publicar: 2021-03-06 to ?

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3.8
(14 Votos)
42.86%
28.57%
7.14%
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Alternativas: Synonyms: Combat Continent, Soul Land
Japanese: 斗罗大陆
Autor: Tang Jia San Shao
Modelo: Mangá
Status: Publishing
Publicar: 2021-03-06 to ?
Pontuação
3.8
14 Votos
42.86%
28.57%
7.14%
7.14%
14.29%
1 Lendo
0 Quero ler
0 Ler
Resumo
Tang San spent his life in the Tang Outer Sect, dedicated to the creation and mastery of hidden weapons. Once he stole the secret lore of the Inner Sect to reach the pinnacle of his art, his only way out was death. But after throwing himself off the deadly Hell's Peak he was reborn in a different world, the world of Douluo Dalu, a world where every person has a spirit of their own, and those with powerful spirits can practice their spirit power to rise and become Spirit Masters.

The spirit that awakens within Tang San is Blue Silver Grass, a useless spirit. Can he overcome the difficulties to reach the high ranks of Spirit Masters and bring the glory of the Tang Sect into this new world?
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fantasy
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Douluo Dalu review
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MRAlexandre14
Apr 02, 2021
*SPOILER WARNING*

This is an amazing Manga and I loved it so when I couldn't wait I decided to start reading the LN. The LN stated much better details and it wasn't made for young 13 year olds so it made more sense. Like when that scorpion interpreted Grandmaster and Erlong in the LN they were about to have sex which explained why Erlong was so pissed but in the Manga I was lost because all they did was sit next to each other. It made no sense that Erlong would be pissed cuz that was going nowhere anyway

Another point is the chapter where Tang San confessed to Xiao Wunand that whole spring love thing. There was nothing wrong with that even if they changed small details like the classroom setting but what pissed me off is that it skipped to the grandpa coming when Tang Beat Tai long. In the LN Tang beat Tai long then the dad came and Tang beat a rank 50 and then the grandpa came and all that stuff happened. In the LN it showcased Tang San badass by showing him beat a rank 50 and there was a little joke about how the father would come if the son lost, but in the manga it just skipped to the grandpa and left out everything else

Like I said the Manga is amazing, funny, and cool but after reading the LN I suggest that everyone who reads the manga read the LN because the Manga is rushed and changes as well as leaves out detail plus the LN is the original version. Think of it like this the book is always more detailed you just have to imagine all scenes and the movie is always rushed in comparison but gives you the scenes so u don't have to imagine it. Read bothe the LN and the Manga and you fall in love with this series

*(I apologize for any errors in spelling I am doing this from my iPad and the onscreen keyboard and auto correct is killing me)
Douluo Dalu review
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yodlormak10
Apr 02, 2021
Story - 8

The story starts off extremely interesting. One of the best reads I have had in years, but as the chapters went on it went a little downhill. But it wasn't much downhill, more like from a 10 to a 7, so it was still a good read through the whole story (so far)

Characters - 9

All the 7 main characters have depth and feel like they are each an individual instead of robots that revolve around the mc. But that doesn't only apply to the main characters, they also make the other characters feel the same way, without the story having too slow pacing.

My favorite character is the mc, while that isn't very original I know, but I think it's deserving. Mc is op, but not in raw strength as the focus. His op-ness lies in his talent and intelligence.

The other thing I like about the mc is that here isn't your typical shonen pussy boy. He is gonna kill if he needs to, and doesn't think much of it, which feels good compared to your average "killing is wrong" mc.

Art - 10

It is hard for people to judge art, since a lot of people are either used to bad art or good art. Personally i found the art really well drawn, not much needs to be said here.

Other

I thing i like about the story is that it is more about outsmarting your opponent than having raw strength. A good example of this would be Naruto part 1. At least this goes for some characters in the story. Some people have powers like they were a super saiyan, while others fight like they were kakashi from Naruto. But even so, there is a shared ranking system shared amongst everyone.

I do love ranking systems not gonna lie
Douluo Dalu review
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LordessMeep8
Apr 02, 2021
Disappointing, felt like it could be better. Perfect characters in a JRPG world, wouldn't be surprised to find out this was made to sell a plot for a JRPG.
The first chapter makes it seem like it's going to be some inspiring epic, but after the first few chapters it feels more like the literal story from a JRPG.
Seriously, with levels and item gathering, skills and such, it'd be better if they used that as a humor source like manga's that are based on games or parody them, instead it's just kinda there.
The main character starts out really interesting, but never really gets deeper, he's perfect and just keeps getting stronger and better, that's it.
The side characters are either perfect with one single flaw, or just kinda there.
There's the greedy guy, the selfish girl, the fool, the fat one, the aggressive girl, the intelectual, etc etc etc.
The plot is.... like a JRPG, they fight, level up, grind and train, get new items/skills, enter area with more difficulty. Thin comedy, drama, and romantic subplot slightly present throughout.
The art is GREAT! I don't know why so much effort was put into the artwork when it could be spent on plot and story, really every page is full color and graphic effects.
I honestly don't understand the high rating, it averages out as mediocre at best, disappointment at worse.
Is it because there are soo few decent webcomics/manga in general coming out of China?
Maybe that country has different standards, oh the jokes that could be made about that theory!
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