True Martial World
True Martial World

True Martial World

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True Martial World novel is a popular light novel covering Action, Adventure, and Comedy genres. Written by the Author Cocooned Cow. 1710 chapters have been translated and translation of all chapters was completed.

Summary

With the strongest experts from the 33 Skies, the Human Emperor, Lin Ming and his opponent, the Abyssal Demon King were embroiled in a final battle. It ended with the Human Emperor destroying the Abyssal World and killing the Abyssal Demon King. By then, a godly artifact, the mysterious purple card that had previously sealed the Abyssal Demon King, had long disappeared into the space-time vortex and tunneled through infinite space-time, with a loved one of Lin Ming accompanying it.

In the vast wilderness, where martial arts was still slowly growing in its infancy, several peerless masters tried to find their path in the world of martial arts.

A young adult named Yi Yun from modern Earth had unwittingly stumbled into such a world and began that journey with a purple card of unknown origin.

It’s a magnificent yet unknown true martial art world. This is the story of a normal young adult turning into a legendary peerless expert.

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  • woofwoofwoof28

    Bai actually lucked out being able to stay with YY but he forgot that AYL's vengeance. Lin Ming sh*ts on him hard he'd die from it Good read, GGs!

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  • ElroGrobler

    Can someone explain how these cultivation realms compare with the ones in martial world

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    • JDCv

      I think divine lord is likely equal to empyrean and godly Monark is true divinity similarly once past godly monark and true divinity the way to be past it depends on the laws.

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  • JDCv

    So does Lin ming manages yo find and bring back fishy and sheng Mei??

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    • Yangkai47

      first of all why not just read the novel till the end with no spoilers. its more intersting that way. but yeah he found them oh no he didn´t brought them back, instead they went to travel other universes

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      • JDCv

        Yeah, i saw. By now i finished both, i kinda expected ling ming to pop by but turns out he was just their granddaddy so to speak. Having seen divine dream actually appear was a nice curve ball though. I kinda want to read what happened to ling ming's wives apart from Sheng Mei. Also his children. Should be nice to read more about his travels but I understand the author not being willing to do so.

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  • SinaGh

    What is the connection between this novel and the martial world novel? I am reading it and when I finish I want to start this. Is there any problem?

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    • LostRegressor

      yh I just googled it and it’s a type of multiverse kinda thing so it shouldn’t matter which u read

      Edited: 4mo
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  • handsomeyoungmaster

    Lin Ming solos no dif🥱

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  • Theonethatknowsnothing

    Is the main character funny

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  • BuckyBucks

    Is there any harem in this and when will romance start ???

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  • Hope19

    If i read martial world after this would it be anything good or would a get a repeat on many things and lose it unique flavor

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    • JDCv

      Martial world is much better and i definitely recommend reading it before this

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  • Hope19

    I dont know why but it was really my taste while reading it despite the concediences and hidden inhertances it was good and original ( well that was my first time reading many consepts in this novel so it felt original to me) and i rushed through it until the ending wich was a bit abrupt to me and memorable

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    • ElroGrobler

      It will probably be similar I haven’t read this but based on your comment it will but i still think you should read it

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  • Natezimmer

    Ending seemed hella rushed along with tons of plot holes and pointless writing but overall it’s a good read.

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