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Tower of God  
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Bam, who was alone all his life has entered the tower to chase after his only friend, Rachel, but how will he survive without having any special strength or power?

" What do you desire? Money and wealth? Honor and pride? Authority and power? Revenge? Or something that transcends them all? Whatever you desire—it's here. "

Original Webtoon / Official English Version


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Associated Names
Башня Бога
ทาวเวอร์ออฟก๊อด หอคอยเทพเจ้า
신의 탑
Dievo Bokštas
Shi-nui t'ap
Top of God
Torre de Deus
Torre de Dios

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LINE Webtoon
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Latest Release(s)
v.2 c.284 by LINE Webtoon 5 days ago
v.2 c.283 by LINE Webtoon 12 days ago
v.2 c.282 by LINE Webtoon 19 days ago
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Status in Country of Origin
Total of 359 Chapters + 3 Pay-Per-View (Ongoing)

Season 1: 78 Chapters + Prologue (Complete)
Season 2: 284 Chapters + 3 Pay-Per-View + Prologue (Ongoing)

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User Reviews

18 topics, 78 posts
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User Rating
Average: 8.9 / 10.0 (1954 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.86 / 10.0
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Last Updated
January 14th 2018, 11:19am PST



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Naver Webtoon (Naver)

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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #142 increased(+10)
Monthly Pos #104 increased(+3)
3 Month Pos #100 increased(+6)
6 Month Pos #81 decreased(-30)

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Forum Posts
How does the LINE Webtoon translation compare? about 1 year ago
Has anybody noticed this? over 2 years ago
The Tower is Real over 3 years ago
Ch. 84 over 4 years ago
Announcing the first Tower of God RPG Game over 4 years ago

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Rehash? Probably not, and this author knows /exactly/ where this story is going.   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by kichiX
March 30th, 2014, 10:52am
I couldn't agree more with Rennov.

A lot of people, after ToG became popular, started complaining that it's a rehash of fantasy elements seen in other mangas; I would argue that it, in actual fact, is not, but the logic which equates this irrevocably with a bad manga is beyond me anyway.

The author knows exactly where this story is going. He is not pulling tricks out of the hat or grabbing at straws to stretch this out. If you read the afterwords in season two you'll realise this, and also that there was no way he could have foreshadowed some things in the ways he did without knowing what was going to happen. The foreshadowing might be subtle, and it might be seen only by those who read the notes The Company attached to the end of each chapter to find out about the ToG universe, but it shows how truly, truly vast the universe is, and just how much the author knows what is happening, and will happen, in his story.

(I have only one last thing to add, and that is to those who say Baam is the standard protagonist who is kind to everyone: what have you to say over the workshop battle now, then? More specifically S2 Chapter 72?)
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Painfully Deriative   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by Fundefined
March 19th, 2014, 4:13pm
Tower of God doesn't have a single original or interesting idea in it. It's a RPG aspired story with a messianic main character with a million rehashed fantasy elements and dizzying amount of characters. It's the dollar grocery store fantasy paperback equivalent of manga/manhwa with mediocre writing and poor art. Reading this feels like playing a table top RPG with a novice Dungeon Master. The author clearly has a lot of ideas he wants to play with but he just doesn't have the skill to properly world build while being engaging at the same time. Maybe some can enjoy this series if this is first kind of RPG style fantasy you've encountered but by no means is this anything noteworthy.

The uncomfortable truth about Tower of God is that if it was a Japanese manga instead of one of the first popular korean webcomics, it wouldn't have nearly as much hype.

... Last updated on December 29th, 2014, 1:22pm
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This world is truly vast   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by rennov
March 7th, 2014, 11:15am
I've been read ToG since long time ago and I still conclude that this manhwa is top-class (even the season 2). Yet, even few (maybe a lot) people say the opposite. I'll just say, "this world is truly vast"...
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Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by scarlet warrior
February 19th, 2014, 5:53am
I started to read this webtoon because of it's high popularity and high rating.. and people might strongly disagree with me, but I hated it.. the story was really boring, many characters appeared, and I couldn't stand it more.. even though I hated it, I forced myself to read more chapters, just because I wanted to see if the story might get at least better, but I was wrong.. it was really~~~~~~~~ boring, so I dropped it...
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Strixflash I couldn't agree more   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by DaSauceBaws
February 13th, 2014, 7:40pm
You nailed it - I have nothing to add but an agreement.
My biggest guess is that the author runned out of juice - not even a surprise since he's been keeping up pretty well before recent arcs. The biggest problem the author faces is that he has created too many important characters before they even appeared - now he doesn't know how to weave it all perfectly, thus the arcs drag like no other.

... Last updated on February 13th, 2014, 7:40pm
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It's alright   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by butako chan
January 22nd, 2014, 10:55pm
This manhwa is by no means a masterpiece. The art is only mediocre and the characters are rather shallow. There isn't a lot of back story given to the characters and many of the side characters appear to only exist for the sake of fulfilling a stereotype. The problem is there are so many characters being introduced with only a small fraction of them being explored at all. TOG also suffers from boring and stereotypical villains which lack depth. There has also be a slow downgrade in the story. It is becoming rather predictable and cliche. The redeeming point of the manhwa is the plot, which is new and refreshing.The concept of a tower that grants power to whoever can reach the top is an interesting idea, and finding out what is at the top of the tower is the draw of the manga. The main character, while cliche, has his own set of problems that make the plot even more interesting. Therefore, TOG is good but not great.

... Last updated on October 12th, 2014, 10:36pm
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I read season 1...   
Rating: N/A
by jeffreymgibson
January 4th, 2014, 5:37pm
I thought I would give this story a try since everyone raves about how great it is. I read season 1. The main character is typical. The one thing that drives me nuts is how the story keeps imposing questions but so far hasn't given any answers. Also, the main characters obsession over lahel is really starting to get on my nerves. I think I would of enjoyed this manga more if I would of waited until it was completed before reading.
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This manga deserves it's high rating   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by wuhugm
December 10th, 2013, 4:45pm
The rating doesn't lie, this is one of if not the best comic currently around (up there with Historie, Kingdom, and FMP Sigma)

I just started it yesterday and in one day finished to the current 170th chapter

What people said about world building is true, it's as detailed as Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei but in a far greater scale

This comic resembles Baccano with it's seemingly multiple protagonists and spanning over few years, without constrains like highschool and the like

The characters, there are a lot, i mean A LOT, maybe about a hundred recurring characters? But each and everyone of them has depth not like that crap Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon which you don't care anyone in it

You must read this epic thing

Btw, Koreans truly love their MMORPG


... Last updated on December 10th, 2013, 5:00pm
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Lovely world building   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by Alwerien
December 8th, 2013, 8:23pm
I for one have really grown to the characters. It's not a masterpiece, but it's quality is rising. And I can't help but want to support the author that keeps continuing the story while his own health is declining. That really takes some dedication.

The beginning of this story was a little weak, including the art, but considering the length of the story, that soon becomes a far-off memory as the art gets much better, more complex character appear, the plot gets interesting. One thing I really enjoy are those separate blog notes and side stories on the characters that climbed the tower before our current cast and explain the world well. It's definitely a nice touch that gets me much more interested. The world building here is really awesome and all this background information just improves it.

It's hard to comment much without spoiling the story, but I think the series keeps improving as it goes and while the character count is quite wide, they all seem to be managed fairly well without really taking the shine off the others. I appreciate that the author is also trying out new ways to act out the story and keeps trying to improve. It definitely is nice. The fights aren't really drawn out, but I can't decide if that is a plus or minus. It makes it definitely less shounen-typical and it allows the story to advance faster without getting stuck in a single fight for months. So for probably is a plus.
I just wish there wasn't so much suffering ;;__;;

Also, I can only disagree with the comment below mine. I feel like judging a series this long on the first few chapters is nothing but short-sighted even if many of those points are valid. It reminds me of the people reviewing anime after 1 ep acting like they know everything about it. So for those who haven't read this yet - the beginning might be a little weak, but it keeps getting better.

... Last updated on December 8th, 2013, 8:27pm
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Such a boys' series   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by Textualpoacher
December 8th, 2013, 4:14pm
I'm at chapter 7 and all the female characters have so far been described by the word "tomboyish". Why is it that all the male characters allowed to be reserved thinkers while all the female characters should aspire to be male-like? And I have never seen anything borrowing so heavily from video games without actually saying that it's set in a video game before. Different levels, seriously? Inventory, seriously? And how about the exposition on every item when it's introduced--exposition that hasn't yet mattered plot-wise in any way, by the bye.

If Tower of God was written by a woman or by someone older than 30 I will eat my copy of Detective Conan.

On another point, nothing here yet feels like it's earned. No no no no, that first test was stupid--it's about problem solving even though readers have not been given any variable. We don't actually know that all the other methods will fail and this method is the only right one--we haven't been shown, we have merely been told. All the stuff that the first challenge was supposed to prove about the main character? They become cheap. They weren't earned.

So about the main character, as there seems to be quite a discussion about him. He did not come off as charming or enigmatic or anything that ToG alleges, he came off as standoffish and annoyingly single-minded. I do not understand, by the way, why manga and its brethren continue to celebrate single-mindedness.Also? Deader than a piece of wood. Does he have different expressions other than bored and determined? I'm not saying there isn't someone like that in real life. I'm saying he isn't compelling as the main character. Which sucks, because so much of what I've read is based on how people have helped him because they find him compelling.

The part where the other characters were saying--belaboring, really--how speshul the main character was, I vomited a little inside my mouth.

I won't even say anything about the art style because it's not actually fun to pick on someone who can't draw well, but I am going to say something about how ToG is presented. The format of the series is basically panels stacked on top of each other, which works well for me just scrolling down the page. It's more cinematic than manga-like that way, but there's a reason why manga works better on a page than film rolls. To its credit ToG is also considerably more inventive in its format than other similar webcomics. That being said, conversation scenes are still incredibly rote and boring. There is usually only one thing going on at one time in one panel--which is the dialog. Panels without dialogs are sometimes more visually interesting, but that doesn't happen nearly often enough. Similar panels close to each other that I suspect was a cut-and-past job? Such a waste of real estate.

Also, the action scene in chapter 7 is confusing and poorly choreographed; the "camera" doesn't pull back far enough, jumps around too much, and gets in the way. There were aerial views and character point views and and messing around with the format in the only scene where clarity was most important.

I wouldn't go back to read this even if it gets better. There's plenty of other stuff that starts out amazing and stays amazing that does not go out of its way to be unappealing.

... Last updated on December 8th, 2013, 4:16pm
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