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Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng  
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The hilarious adventures of the eldest apprentice of a sect who has a problem with his brain.

Dong Fang Xian Yun is reincarnated as the eldest disciple of the Care-free sect. But the only thing that goes through his mind is to make sure he doesn't end up dying by the hands of the "main character". Read as he makes no sense to his sibling disciples while avoiding flags left and right.


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My Sect's Senior Disciple Has a Hole in His Brain
Our Big Brother's Brain Has A Pit
Our Big Brother's Mind Has A Problem
There's a Hole in My Head
There's a Pit in My Senior Martial Brother's Brain
There's Something Wrong with My Da Shixiong's Brain
Wo Jia Da Shi Xiong Nao Zi You Keng

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c.327-330 by Vanguard (MangaDex) & Random Scans about 1 month ago
c.324-326 by Vanguard (MangaDex) & Random Scans 4 months ago
c.320-322 by Vanguard (MangaDex) & Random Scans 4 months ago
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352 Chapters (Ongoing)

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Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Vol 1, Chap 1
Ends at Vol 1, Chap 25

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Average: 7.4 / 10.0 (70 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.13 / 10.0

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May 4th 2021, 2:21pm PST



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Came for the BL subtext and 4th wall-breaking. Stayed for the page-flipping plot and amazing character development.  
by iamsherlocked93
October 31st, 2017, 3:48am
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
I confess: I picked up this series because I heard some people comment about it having BL subtext. I started on a few chapters and realised I very much enjoyed the humour. Big Brother is so lovable and him breaking the 4th wall (which is all the time) is such a remarkable device for comedy.

Around chapter 30-ish, the tone starts to shift and the main plot kicks in. This is where things get REALLY interesting. As the past and the present interwine, the characters' backstories are unfolded and I get to understand so much more on why they act that way. Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng is definitely not the kind of story that the author creates the plot along the way - everything must have been planned out well since the very start. I was so hooked on the plot that I finished 270+ chapters in less than 2 days. It is that good.

Another very strong point of Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng is the character development. Sure, Big Brother might be your usual "adorkable with a golden heart" type of Main Character (or is he? biggrin ), but the author's way of portraying him is very refreshing. Also, Second Brother's internalisation of his emotions and struggles is done beautifully. Most supporting characters are also drawn out well - they have their fair share of backstory, motive and rationale to behave the way they do. In addition, ironically enough, this manhua is supposed to be mocking the cliches often seen in Wuxia/Xianxia genre, but its characters faithfully uphold the virtues raised by that very genre - being a gentleman, helping the weak, protecting the innocent, fighting against the unjust. Cliched? Maybe. Heartwarming? Definitely yes.

As for the art - well, traps everywhere! biggrin Second Brother is especially feminine. But trust me, it takes no time to get used to it. Other than traps, the manhua has really clean art (which makes it so easy to follow), and everyone is so distinctively different. Also, I have to give the author some credit for (oddly) gorgeous costume design.

About the BL, it is mostly just for laughs (and good laughs in fact). And the plot gets so good later on that you probably would not mind the subtext anymore.

All in all, I highly recommend Wo Jia Dashi Xiong Naozi You Keng. I have not been hooked by a series like this for a very long time, and for that I am grateful. Please give this manhua a try regardless whether you are into Wuxia genre or not (I never read any Wuxia story and I still find it extremely entertaining). You will be in for a great ride.

... Last updated on November 1st, 2017, 4:31am
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BL,...or rather Bisexual .hack/ visual novel  
by likalaruku1
September 9th, 2017, 5:15am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
This is basically a Wuxia variant of the .hack/ franchise crammed together with the Groundhog Day movie. The Player Characters are stuck in a vicious cycle of reliving the same story over & over while forcing changes to get a different outcome. Fei Xing recalls so much of hid past life thag he may be a player character as well. At first it seems they are in an MMO or a single player RPG, but it's eventually revealed to be one of those multiple choice interactive visual novels.

The humor is a bit like the Gintama anime, wherein the humor of the first season falls flat, but gets progressively funnier if you can hold out. The humor in the first few chapters seems to depend on chinese wordplay & chinese pop culture references that just don't translate well.

I like how you have to wait till chapter 81 to find out if the Deputy Master is 3ed Sister's father, big brother, or uncle, since he makes her address him as all three.It's also funny when certain female characters are referred to as "father" & "grandma maiden master."

A little nitpick on the translations that I can't fault the comic for... I see soooo many korean & chinese webtoons where people write it as "the me now" when the grammatically correct term is "Presently, I" "I currently," "As of now I" or "Right now I."

The author's definition of a "pseudo-fujoshi" seems highly inaccurate. Rather than a woman who with an extreme love of BL who ignores canon relationships bends the personality of the character to make a ship work out, a pseudo fujoshi should be an ingenuine Otome-wannabe who wishes she could insert herself into the story & seduce the seme or join in a bisexual threesome, rather than appreciating the love between two men.

I have the polar opposite opionion of Addictoholic on this series, wherein I find the BL & serious arc to be the BEST parts, whereas the earliest chapters were something I soldiered through. Somewhere around the 100th pit, it stops being just a comedy with light BL & straight shipteasing, & turns into an action drama where relationship dynamics are more fleshed-out & serious. Everyone has multiple love interests of either sex, plus a little comedy when folks misunderstand & assume romance between two characters who are both after the same guy.

I don't know if the author threw off the translator by reuoading old chapters as a recap to catch up new readers from the published version or what, but there are several large clusters of duplicate chapters that do not vary in any way as to pass off as past-life-variant chapters, & it really throws off the flow of the story.

The REAL plotline begins a good 200 chapters into the story.

... Last updated on November 7th, 2019, 5:13pm
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Very meta and funny  
by flowerclocks
October 25th, 2016, 9:57am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
This is a comedy webcomic series about a modern day person who got transported into the typical Xianxia world. A lot of the humor is very meta and the MC is super genre savvy. Also, a lot of the story is based on Xianxia tropes so if you have read the popular ones like Battle Through the Heavens, Tales of Gods and Demons, Combat Continent, Transcending the Nine Heavens, etc. then it's quite fun

The start of the series is just pure comedy but later on there is an actual plot which I very much like.

MC is one of my favorites because he is funny and the only sane man who is desperately trying to stay alive when all around him are classic "death flags" that he can easily identify while the rest of the cast is like "what are you talking about, this is a perfectly normal event!" and calls him crazy.

The art is nice since it's fully colored. It seems that some people are complaining about "traps" but every new character is introduced with a panel that immediately identifies them as male or female. For example, a new character is introduced as "Fourth Brother" so it really doesn't matter if the guy looks feminine since it clearly states that he is male. It's just that the artist likes to draw in a "cute" way so all of the men look girly.

As for the BL content, 99.99% of it is just ship teasing. If you can handle the level of BL in K (also called Project k) or Owari no Seraph (Seraph of the End) then you should be fine. Anyway, the BL in the comic only serves as humor. It lampshades the fact that fans (it's meta so it mentions the fans!) like to ship the guys with each other even though the fans know they are straight. There's also one character who is a fujoshi (a fan of BL). It's that kind of comic.
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This Is A Must Read for Comedy & Drama Lovers  
by scorcher
June 20th, 2016, 1:47pm
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
When I first read this, I was under the assumption that it was gonna be like one of those overused Isekai manga currently polluting the manga world. That assumption couldn't have been more wrong. This is a one of kind Shounen manhua that actually contains very graceful and very relevant BL Subtext. On top of that, you get a very complex story tell in a non-linear fashion with a lot of plot twists that the story actually builds up to rather than it being random and spontaneous. Trust me when I say that you won't see or get this kind of story anywhere else.

This manhua has become one of my favorite fantasy manga of all times. It is a deep and humorous story that radiates with creativity and ingenuity. A story filled with joy, laughter, and sorrow that comes from deep within the heart. Having read so many manga, I've totally forgotten how it feels like to fully immerse myself into a story. I was reminded of that feeling again after reading this and can't help but be at awe with the beauty and elegance of this manhua that is made towards perfection.

... Last updated on November 22nd, 2017, 7:03pm
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Funny and traps  
by takundes
April 5th, 2016, 11:18am
Rating: 7.5 / 10.0
this manhwa is actually quite interesting. it doesnt really have a plot and most chapters are just for comedy. however that traps though. my eyes hurts when its now more leaned towards the BL ending even though this manhwa isn;t one.

i was never into yaoi but since the level havent really gone to extreme yet i can still tolerate with this. since they are mostly just made for the laugh. this chinese manhwa doesnt use as much cliche scenes like in other chinese manhwas but from time to time some scenes can be quite disturbing or make you uncomfortable.

... Last updated on April 5th, 2016, 11:20am
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Really Great  
by Haitrieu
March 31st, 2016, 7:40pm
Rating: N/A
This series is exactly what I've been look for all these years. It literally defies all cliches in every manga and instead rips it apart and does the opposite. Its also hilarious. And, I SHIP THE BROTHERS SO BAD IT HURTS! Please read. Thank you.
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Starts off great. Gets worse.  
by Addictoholic
March 31st, 2016, 9:28am
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
At first, this started off as a refreshing gag manga, with slight hints of yaoi. I am not a fan of BL, but it was at least treated lightly and played for laughs.
As it progressed, it took huge mood swings, beginning to take itself too seriously - then reverting back to slapstick humour. The transitions felt jarring. It began to rely on heavy yaoi situations (which personally made me feel uncomfortable) for humour, rather than fun references or parodies of common tropes. The plot began to drag, becoming directionless and convoluted.

Now, a gag manga becoming serious can be great when pulled off well (see Helck for an example), but in this case the characters weren't strong enough to support the tonal shifts.

Hopefully it starts to pick up again. I really enjoyed this at the beginning.

... Last updated on March 31st, 2016, 9:32am
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by silvertail123
March 7th, 2016, 9:18am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
I love it!! It's new and pretty funny!!

It's basically a main character who doesn't realize (or doesn't want to be) the main character and try to find the main character to cling to him and survive.

It's funny since he doesn't realize he is the main character and so his action seemed as though he is trying to avoid becoming one.
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by Wynnfield
March 3rd, 2016, 9:30am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
With just the summary being one sentence, the insides of the manhwa is seriously AWESOME! And I'm not even exaggerating. I didn't expect much out of this when I first read the summary, but when I started reading, I couldn't stop!

Not only that, this manhwa is about a real funny main character who's trying to cling onto the 'main character' even though he doesn't know who it is. Moreover, this manhwa is so funny I had a hard time containing my laughter. With just the summary, I wouldn't have suspected this manhwa to be about a dimension crosser.

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