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Star Martial God Technique


Alt Names: alt Xing Wu Shen Juealt 星武神诀
Author: Mad Snail
Artist: Lin Xia Pei
Genres: Action ActionAdventure AdventureComedy ComedyDrama DramaFantasy FantasyHarem HaremMartial Arts Martial ArtsRomance RomanceShounen Shounen
Type: Manhua (Chinese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: In the whole world there lay twelve paths to climb the Tower of God, and in legends these twelve pathways lead towards the legendary road of immortality. However the paths in the Tower of God, are far too long, without end.

In ancient times there once were many types of martial arts, sadly the world underwent terrible changes, and only three were left: Flame, Dragon and Star Martial Arts. Generations of experts of those three martial arts search for road of immortality.

Accompany a Star Martial Arts practitioner on his lifetime journey, with young beauties at his side, and plans to become the Highest God.

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https://manhua.163.com/source/4650085198900117356
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Ch.91: Master Ye Xinghe
casval blonk 2 weeks ago
Ch.90: Threat
casval blonk 3 weeks ago
Ch.89: Strength
casval blonk 4 weeks ago
Ch.88: False Accusations
casval blonk 4 weeks ago
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Hey folks,

We did not get any Chinese raws last week. Also our editor, Casval, will be on a business trip for a week. This scanlation should resume two weekends from now after he gets back (20-23 October). Hopefully there'll be raws to scanlate by then.

Considering Xinghe's...aunt, I think? Literally died of starvation, I'd say it's probably a pretty damn big gift for them.

I wonder if he can magic the grain into pizza or cheese fries, I mean, there has to be some utility to his power, right?

Look everyone! He brought us grain!

That means we can make s***** bread and oatmeal to eat everyday!

Yay?

Considering Xinghe's...aunt, I think? Literally died of starvation, I'd say it's probably a pretty damn big gift for them.

When Xinghe said 'marital tournament' I thought it was a typo. Then I remembered that it's indeed both a martial and a marital contest.

You know, somehow I suspect that as perceptive as Xinghe is regarding Liang Yu's interests in the issue and how his clan can benefit or lose depending on the outcome, he might not have realized all the implications of winning a contest in which the official prize (not the bet his clan has made) is marrying someone.

Another arc, another waifu to reject.

When Xinghe said 'marital tournament' I thought it was a typo. Then I remembered that it's indeed both a martial and a marital contest.

 

You know, somehow I suspect that as perceptive as Xinghe is regarding Liang Yu's interests in the issue and how his clan can benefit or lose depending on the outcome, he might not have realized all the implications of winning a contest in which the official prize (not the bet his clan has made) is marrying someone.

Look everyone! He brought us grain!

That means we can make s***** bread and oatmeal to eat everyday!

Yay?

Actually, I love reading this, it's just that the chapters go by way too fast :(

 

Yeah, it's like TODG but with more subaru squad (suffering squad)

Thanks as always

Hey folks,

Chapter 91 has been uploaded here. It should show up once it goes through the queue. Scanlation for this chapter took a wee bit longer than usual to get done because our regular cleaner/redrawer is Missing In Action (MIA). Something quite atypical for him. We hope you are okay buddy!

Our editor (Casval) should be going on a business trip a week from now. So this weekend expect the scanlation to proceed as usual, but there should be an hiatus in SMGT the week after that.

Actually, I love reading this, it's just that the chapters go by way too fast :( 

Here we have a perfect example of this:

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Seriously, he could have said what happened, that he was awesome, that the master family son "serve" him, that he saved lifes, that he is the disciple of one of the masters, ... but no, he just keep apologizing without saying anything, even when asked. It's totally absurd and stupid.

What a fantastic image. I'll definitely be borrowing this.

Don't the a-holes already have legal documentation to take over the mine? Why do they even need to bother fighting?

 
I don't want to spoil it but...

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Don't the a-holes already have legal documentation to take over the mine? Why do they even need to bother fighting?

Not sure if it was explained yet, but there are three major families in Blue Carp Town. The Zhao and the Lin are the two bigger ones, with the Azure Feather being the smallest of the three. Since the Azure Feather will not concede the mines without a fight, the Zhao may win, but at a heavy cost. This would put them at a disadvantage against the Lin, and the Lin may take the opportunity to wipe out the Zhao.

 

Hence, they suggest the contest since they are confident of winning.

Don't the a-holes already have legal documentation to take over the mine? Why do they even need to bother fighting?

Just consider it an appeal of some sort. A violent appeal...

Don't the a-holes already have legal documentation to take over the mine? Why do they even need to bother fighting?
Reaper from overwatch

So... if this guy was actually in the Heavenly Star academy, what kind of an imbecile would he have to be to not know that Xinghe is, indeed, fuckstrong? I mean, everyone his age was supposed to attend that camping trip, right?

 

He's not his age. He's older than Xing He.

So... if this guy was actually in the Heavenly Star academy, what kind of an imbecile would he have to be to not know that Xinghe is, indeed, fuckstrong? I mean, everyone his age was supposed to attend that camping trip, right?

Is anyone else starting to see a pattern here? MC trains to get stronger> Pompous ass spoiled rich guy tries to bully MC> MC kicks his ass, new love interest shows up> MC trains to get stronger....

 

If a new love interest shows up before or after he kicks this new rich kids ass i'm probably going to keep reading. Cause I always do for some reason.

This is not really a pattern, nobles were indeed that arrogant. There are many instances in history that shows how they simply did whatever they wanted, stolen what they craved, and nothing happened to them in the end, until french revolution that is. 

Is anyone else starting to see a pattern here? MC trains to get stronger> Pompous ass spoiled rich guy tries to bully MC> MC kicks his ass, new love interest shows up> MC trains to get stronger....

 

If a new love interest shows up before or after he kicks this new rich kids ass i'm probably going to keep reading. Cause I always do for some reason.

or he just doesn't want to talk about it, or great power brings great calamity. chinese MCs never show their cards so their enemies underestimate them, it's easy to deal with a enemy that you know about than the one that you don't know about.

 

Indeed. In the end, even if his refusal to tell what happened (as shown in this latest chapter) may startle some readers, there are definitely reasons to explain it. Whether those reasons are worth it or not, that's a different matter.

I can think of several:

-He doesn't trust himself. Past events have shown that he tends to screw up in an epic fashion when social red lines are involved, so I can understand it if he wanted to play it safe for once.

-Trying to explain that he's got awesome skills despite being expelled could be considered shameless boasting and completely missing the point why the villagers are angry at him. A very talented failure of a student is still a failure. This ties in with the difference in cultures TheUnknownMercenar pointed out.

-He didn't know at the time how he could make amends. He didn't even think of offering magic healing to everyone until that child suggested it.


It depends. What's the worst they can imagine? Surely, it's more likely for them to think he got into trouble with other students or failed his exams. If I was in his shoes, I'd definitely want them to believe that instead of the truth as long as he isn't sure to find some friendly ears. But lying is a no-no (no more dishonor!), so he just shuts up.

or he just doesn't want to talk about it, or great power brings great calamity. chinese MCs never show their cards so their enemies underestimate them, it's easier to deal with the enemy that you know about than the one that you don't know about.
Seriously, give me 1 good reason why he didn't explain his powers since he doesn't hide it. And while I can understand that he have some reasons to not explaining everything about the situation, saying nothing at all is still globally worst.

 

I can think of several:

 

-He doesn't trust himself. Past events have shown that he tends to screw up in an epic fashion when social red lines are involved, so I can understand it if he wanted to play it safe for once.

 

-Trying to explain that he's got awesome skills despite being expelled could be considered shameless boasting and completely missing the point why the villagers are angry at him. A very talented failure of a student is still a failure. This ties in with the difference in cultures TheUnknownMercenar pointed out.

 

-He didn't know at the time how he could make amends. He didn't even think of offering magic healing to everyone until that child suggested it.

 

And even without that, not giving a single explanation, not even a lie, people generally imagine the worst possibility, so giving an explanation, even a false one, can't worsen the situation by a lot

 

It depends. What's the worst they can imagine? Surely, it's more likely for them to think he got into trouble with other students or failed his exams. If I was in his shoes, I'd definitely want them to believe that instead of the truth as long as he isn't sure to find some friendly ears. But lying is a no-no (no more dishonor!), so he just shuts up.

I think you miss my point: Why wouldn't he explain anything at all? I ask for a logic reason.
 
I agree with you all that maybe it will serve nothing or he will be seen worst, but not by a lot. But at the very least explaining his healing powers. I can't see a valid reason to not explaining anything at all.
 
Seriously, give me 1 good reason why he didn't explain his powers since he doesn't hide it. And while I can understand that he have some reasons to not explaining everything about the situation, saying nothing at all is still globally worst.
 
Already just explaining the "bad guys" (forgot the name, sorry) since there is a high chance of them coming to recruit him or to get revenge or that the matter implicate high rank noble since there is also a high chance of one of them coming (or the daughters or the servants/assassins).
 
I never said that he should be praised or that explaining wouldn't worsen the punishment. But not warning about the implication into something huge is plain stupid. And even without that, not giving a single explanation, not even a lie, people generally imagine the worst possibility, so giving an explanation, even a false one, can't worsen the situation by a lot

I think to understand it is if you put yourself in Xinghe's shoes. Because what we believe to be common sense maybe different from his. First of all, he has a different nationality and culture so his values may also differ. And second, is the way he was raised. Maybe that is why he didn't gave an explanation as to why he was expelled. The way people think and act is usually based on how they where raised. And because of that, we may never really understand why he did what he did. People's values are not the same around the world because if it did, there would never have been the thing called war and conflict.

And also, I mean...  it's not like the actual explanation would have satisfied them either.

 

"Oh, I didn't get kicked out due to a lack of talent.  They said I was the most talented student in generations!  No, I was blessed with tons of talent and also a really great instructor.  I got kicked out because I deliberately offended the most powerful man in the world.  How?  Oh, an assassin I'd just met tried to kill his daughter, and I decided I was blood brothers with him and saved his life.  Well, now that I think about it, maybe he was also mad at me for getting close to his daughter in the first place.  But in my defense, she was really hot, if a bit standoffish."

 

When you consider how much his village sacrificed to send him there and what they were hoping to get from it (you saw how big of a deal having a powerful martial artist made in his own interactions with the head clan), his actions were extremely selfish.  He threw away his future over a matter of personal pride, personal honor, and personal feelings; and his future wasn't his to throw away like that, not after so many people sacrificed things to get him there.

 

They're entirely right to criticize him, and they'd probably be even harsher if they knew the full story - after all, if he just wasn't good enough, that wouldn't really be his fault.  What he did was worse than that.

 

(Notice that while he got in trouble for being close to the lord's daughter, nobody would have found out if he hadn't forced her to save his life.  Again, he screwed up, and he should have understood the politics of the situation well enough to realize the danger.  If he did realize the danger, and threw his future away anyway, that's even worse.)

 

I mean of course we know it's all going to turn out alright anyway, but I don't think this is a misunderstanding.  He did screw up badly.

I think you miss my point: Why wouldn't he explain anything at all? I ask for a logic reason.

 

I agree with you all that maybe it will serve nothing or he will be seen worst, but not by a lot. But at the very least explaining his healing powers. I can't see a valid reason to not explaining anything at all.

 

Seriously, give me 1 good reason why he didn't explain his powers since he doesn't hide it. And while I can understand that he have some reasons to not explaining everything about the situation, saying nothing at all is still globally worst.

 

Already just explaining the "bad guys" (forgot the name, sorry) since there is a high chance of them coming to recruit him or to get revenge or that the matter implicate high rank noble since there is also a high chance of one of them coming (or the daughters or the servants/assassins).

 

I never said that he should be praised or that explaining wouldn't worsen the punishment. But not warning about the implication into something huge is plain stupid. And even without that, not giving a single explanation, not even a lie, people generally imagine the worst possibility, so giving an explanation, even a false one, can't worsen the situation by a lot


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