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Douluo Dalu  
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Tang Sect, the most famous martial arts sect of all. By stealing its most secret teachings to fulfill his dreams, Tang San committed an unforgivable crime. With his ambition attained, he hands his legacy to the sect and throws himself from the fearsome “Hell’s Peak.”

But he could have never imagined that this would take him to another world, one without magic, martial arts, and grudges. A land where only the mystical souls of battle lay.

The continent of Douro.

How will Tang San survive in this unknown environment? With a new road to follow, a new legend begins…

Original webcomic (Chinese)


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Associated Names
Combat Continent
Lands of Battle
Soul Land

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22 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 8.3 / 10.0 (61 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.76 / 10.0
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Last Updated
April 2nd 2015, 12:26am PST



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Monthly Pos #90 increased(+81)
3 Month Pos #126 increased(+10)
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The novel version is MUCH better   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by buttplug
October 31st, 2014, 11:23pm
This manhua adaptation skips a lot of the events in the novel or pointlessly rearranges many of them. Some of the characters act and behave erratically as a result and you can clearly notice that the sequence of events feel unnatural. The biggest issue is the female lead, Xiao Wu is a VERY likable character in the novel version, but in this manhua version she just comes across as insufferable, arrogant and needy. Almost everything is better presented in the novel version. That aside, the art is good (colour) and many of the novel's excellent elements are still intact despite the butchering.

... Last updated on December 16th, 2014, 10:37pm
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Good but....   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by pomoli
October 26th, 2014, 6:42pm
...the novel is way better IMO, and the manhua fast forwards a lot.. also the story is different, and is better told in the novel.
Not everything is bad though, especially the art, which is ok.

... Last updated on October 28th, 2014, 11:04am
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Clarification on the manga   
Rating: N/A
by Anonymreading
May 6th, 2014, 11:26am
Everything essential you need to know is there I think. The reason why the public gets exited too as well as the purpose of the tournament. There are only 2 characters that are actually 14 years old around chapter 90. The rest are older...and about adds, just use add-block or something similar. If you want any further clarification or learn more about the story, please read the novel translation~

... Last updated on May 6th, 2014, 11:27am
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good read   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by cy316
April 30th, 2014, 5:54am
over-powered protagonist dies and finds himself in a child's body, one which shares the same name as him! His new body follow new rules compared to his old body. He no longer has his whole repertoire of martial arts at his grasps, he even finds it hard to get pass the first level of his old martial arts! He goes through the whole life thing again and found things he need to protect. He resolves to get stronger. But Dou Luo, a land foreign to him, has different rules about getting stronger.

Art 8/10, give the artist some credit, every page is in colour and he does up to several chapters each week. The character designs are non offensive. Only problem you might get, every single scans i can find online is watermarked or in low quality, sometimes both, i have given up.

Story 7/10. Gosh everything gets draggy and gets hard to read at around chapter 90. Everyone gets excited over the smallest things and the story almost seems to be dragging on forever without development. I have the highest tolerance for bullsh*t among my friends and I am already tired of reading it. The manga would probably be 300++ chapters long as so far each chapter covers about one chapter of the novel it is adapted from. Some parts are expressed in such a manner, it makes me embarrassed to even read. Imagine "getting serious over a children's card game like yu-ji-oh" type content showing up every so often, hopefully it will lessen as the characters grow up more, they are still 12-14 around chapter 90.

Background 10/10. Colourful world, with solid rules of its own. Everyone in the world Dou Luo has a "martial spirit", "military soul", I have no idea how to really translate it to make sense. The closest I can get it is Soul, hence soul land right? Everyone gets awakened to their Soul since young and those displaying spiritual powers are sent to train. Souls can be the form of animals, weapons, armor, even miscellaneous objects like the protagonist's "blue silver grass", akin to the common weed in the fictional world. People with spiritual powers can train to achieve higher levels of spiritual powers, every ten levels they have to go hunt a spirit beast to obtain its soul halo and new abilities.

Characters 8/10. Tang San is a non-offensive character... if not for how overpowered he is, and how he keeps astonishing me with how overpowered he is. The number of freebies fate hands him is too much, you would almost suspect he is the author's relative. The other characters are more balanced, they each have deep character development and likeable personalities.

Overall 7/10. If you are out of manga to read, can read Chinese, does not mind watermarks, you can give this a shot. There are just too many difficulties in the process of enjoying this piece, not to mention China's unfriendly internet, bombarding me with stupid advertisements and slowing my manga from loading, not to mention their internet is already not strong to start with. Though this is just a preliminary judgement since I am just at chapter 90+ (the rate it is going it will finish at around 300 chapters). I hope everyone will give this manga a chance!

... Last updated on June 7th, 2014, 11:04am
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