Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse (WN)

Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse (WN)

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The Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse (WN) novel is a popular light novel covering Video Games, Action, and Adventure genres. Written by the Author Adui. 389 chapters have been translated and translations of other chapters are in progress.


Blessed with unlimited mana, Noah travels the worlds and sees rampant corruption and injustice.

Have you seen countless icebergs fall asunder?

Have you watched a dragon despair?

Follow one man as he overturns the order of the worlds...


This is a story of fantasy and fiction, events or names used have no relation to the real world.

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  • Milkdrinker Oct 20, 2020

    What country is the author from? Because, wouldn't you get financial help if both of your parents were killed in a natural disaster? Or is that not a thing in other countries?

    • Given the chaos and disorder and can even be called apocalypse, Would government noticed his family out of millions with the same situation as him?

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starts off with a loser that gets an overpowered mana pool and continues to milk that for a good while and then story starts to go off the course. new worlds, new adventures, new enemies, even better new enemies that has even more overpowered shit, new overpowered shit as usual... I started enjoying it after the Beast World arc.


It's a power fantasy. Now let me say, not all OP MC stories are power fantasies. There are OP MC stories that are done well and have good character development, good supporting characters, etc. This is not one of those stories.

First off, the author starts the story by telling us how rare items and skill books are. The MC then proceeds to get an item or spellbook in almost every single dungeon run. Furthermore, these spells, along with the attribute orbs cost an insane amount of money, which makes no sense because of how common they are. Where is all of this money even coming from, when even the lowest rank hunters can make millions? Does this world not have inflation?

Finally, the MC (spoiler alert) kills the strongest hunter in his city, some B-rank guy, and during the battle (that lasted THREE CHAPTERS) the MC started spouting things about justice and being a hero with responsibility. I would've sworn that he turned into Captain America for a second with how patriotic he was trying to sound. Gag me.

I do not recommend reading this story in the slightest. If anything, read that other story about a guy with unlimited mana. At least that guy actually struggles and has to figure out how to properly wield his power, rather than being able to kill a B-rank guy within a few days of unlocking his power.