The Legendary Moonlight Sculptor By Mikhail BEresnev

  • Author: Nam Hi-Sung
  • Date of Publication: January 15, 2007
  • Type: Korean Novel
  • Setting: South Korea / Royal Road
  • 49 Books currently published for this series
  • Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, School Life, Sci-fi
God of War Weed / Lee Hyun
  • Lee Hyun - Main Character
  • Starts out really poor but then sell his game account...
  • Starts playing Royal Road
  • Fastest way to make money..
  • Arpen Kingdom
  • Titles: God of War Weed, Hero of the Continent, King of the Arpen Kingdom, Head of the Grass Porridge Cult, Moonlight Sculptor
  • Character - Extreme Miser (Does not get a girlfriend since it costs money to buy gifts and go on dates)
Seoyoon
  • Seoyoon - Secondary main character
  • Does not interact with anyone
  • Healing of her condition
  • Manager of the Arpen Kingdom
  • Titles - Goddess, Berserker, Goddess of the Grass Porridge Cult
  • According to an AI, she would be acknowledged by 98.9% of the world as the number one beauty, regardless of race or gender, in the past 10,000 years. The 1.1% of the people who would not are either blind or mentally disabled.
Grass Porridge Cult
  • Grass Porridge Cult - Major Factor of the story
  • Hilarious origins
  • World Leadres under a under a 14 year old girl
  • Affecting the real world
  • Main war strategy - charge till they tire out since we outnumber them 1000 to 1, even if we are weaker than them 1 to 100. No current failures recorded. Strategy used no matter the circumstances, in ground, marine or air battles
  • Figures of worship, Lee Hyun (title: god of War Weed) _______________Seoyoon (title: goddess)
  • The cult is has hundreds of groups, each being able to have any number of people. Name organization, (name of anything) Porridge. Examples, Sand Porridge, Green Tea Porridge, Onion Porridge.

I like the author's writing style because he likes to show the effects of the main characters actions around the world. He shows different view point, going from 1st person view to 3rd person view

I like the story line of this book because it shows the development of a kingdom from a small village in a desolate land. It also uses realistic military strategies whenever there is war mentioned.

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