Infinite mage chapter 2
Chapter 2 of Infinite Mage This is the story of a young boy who imagines himself as an infinite being! Shirone, the son of a hunter and a peasant through and through, was discovered abandoned in a stable. Despite obstacles, he is a genius who masters reading on his own and develops an obsession with it.
He travels to the city with his father and learns about magic there, starting his path as an explosive rising star, full of genius potential!
Infinite mage chapter 2
An overview of the manga Infinite Mage is as follows: Shirone was reared by regular people after being abandoned in a stable at birth. He had been given Insight as a child and had picked up reading. He eventually saw the workings of magic, which he was quite intrigued about, after touring the city. This sparked Shirone’s desire to pursue a career as a wizard. But there was a harsh and severe social structure in the city. Before he was an adult, Shirone learned about the dark side of the world here. In this perverse universe, would Shirone be able to fulfill his ambition of becoming a mage?
Description of infinite mage
This is the story of a young boy who imagines himself as an infinite being!
Shirone, the son of a hunter and a peasant through and through, was discovered abandoned in a stable.
Despite obstacles, he is a genius who masters reading on his own and develops an obsession with it.
He travels to the city with his father and learns about magic while bursting with talent—
starting out on his adventure as a fiery rising star!
The narrative got off to a good start. The MC is initially shown to be highly intelligent and OP as he should be. The forced romance for the school arc then appeared. Just for that awkward little touch of romance, the author gave the MC cerebral damage. The developing female lead is such an irritating character that you just want her to vanish rather than solving problems for the MC.
“Forced romanticism destroyed my early growth. When the main character (MC) runs into the former noble thug-turned-new-leaf-mage again during her school storyline, she determines he poses a threat to her newly pristine image and bullies him in order to protect her identity. Naturally, they encounter a perilous situation in which he rescues her.
She tells everyone he is her lover in order to keep his identity a secret because he is a peasant who registered through. He is now bullied by every student in the school since he is in love with the most attractive female. A truly frustrating development. If I could, I would rate this poorly.
“Where to begin… tl;dr It’s good but don’t overthink it. Would advise. The author is attempting to make this a plot-focused story, but I don’t believe the author is sure how to handle it. The author used a number of various strategies to get the plot to develop, but because the characters are so well-rounded, she is also able to resolve them. The characters are another problem because the author barely gave them any depth.
A story is made up of the events that take place in chronological sequence. The reason or reason for the plot’s success. The author doesn’t understand the motivations of their characters well enough.
They are not even susceptible to stereotypes (at least not all of them). The problem is that, while the author is attempting to shape something, they are unable to create it with their hands, thus I hesitate to state that it is being done on a whim. The author, characters, and plot are all clearly out of sync.
Now for the magic system and world creation. It’s intriguing; the magic system is quite straightforward, yet I’ll argue it has limitless possibilities (very startling, right?). I believe that world-building is the answer to the plot and character problems, but I won’t get into that. It’s essentially unrealized potential.
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