Supreme Magus (Web Novel)
Supreme Magus (Web Novel)

Supreme Magus (Web Novel)

Author:
RANK 10
4.0
2727 Chapters 44.5M Views 19.9K Bookmarked Ongoing Status

Categories

Supreme Magus (Web Novel) novel is a popular light novel covering Fantasy genres. Written by the Author Legion20. 2727 chapters have been translated and translations of other chapters are in progress.

Updates

Missing chapters have been added. Missing sentences in some sections were identified and edited. Repeated chapters are cleared.
Please share your suggestions and complaints with us.
Thanks to all readers.

Summary

Derek McCoy was a man that since his youth had to face many adversities. Often forced to settle with surviving rather than living, had finally found his place in the world, until everything was taken from him one last time. After losing his life to avenge his brother, he reincarnates until he finds a world worth living for, a world filled with magic and monsters. Follow him along his journey, from grieving brother to alien soldier. From infant to Supreme Magus.

-------------------------------------------
Tags: Transmigration, Male MC, Western Fantasy
Schedule: 1 chapter per day
Chapter Lenght: 1700 - 2000 words but usually are even longer
Warning: The MC is not an hero nor an anti-hero. He is a broken, cynic and misanthropic person looking only for his own gain. If you are looking for a forgiving, nice, MC that goes around saving people in distress, this is not your cup of tea.
--------------------------------------------
Support the Author:
https://ko-fi.com/legion20
https://paypal.me/Legion20
-------------------------------------------
Discord channel: https://discord.gg/Z5T7CBD
----------------------------------------
I don't own the cover but wasn't able to find the author.

User Comments

Write Comment
Please read and apply the rules before posting a comment.
By sharing your comment, you agree to all the relevant terms.

Comments on the novel chapters for the last week.

: 7 comments on Chapter 2720.2: Bare Minimum (Part 2)
: 1 comment on Chapter 1531: Unveiling the Truth (1)
: 3 comments on Chapter 0.1: Prologue
: 1 comment on Chapter 2679.1: Death Wish (Part 1)
: 1 comment on Chapter 501: Fury Part 1
  • IgnotusM 1

    The light novel legit ruined my mood and perspective on light novels. The MC is sociopath. The author tries to justify this based on "trauma" but at this point I'm tired of these "trauma" copes. The MC is a villain.

    Reply
    • ChillFire 10

      He isn't really a "villain" But you have a fair good point. Author keep using trauma card just to rollback any character development the mc has after every arc (~). Read upto 1.2k chaps b4 dropping of predictable boredom The story is good but the use of 1 predictable technique (what i said above) left me bored But it was fun. I give it a solud 5/10. Right in the middle lf the scale

      Edited: 19m
      Reply
    • Asmophil07 1

      How much did you actually read?

      Reply
    • View More Replies
  • Darthmaousama 1

    This is a rant. Why is this novel still going on? The author should finished it ages again and frankly the plot doesn't have enough juice for streching the novel this long. The author literally doesn't know how to write character romance without it being cringe. My honest opinion that lith after reaching white core should have become the the seventh guardian and cleanser of Mogar.

    Reply
  • lnwUser71470 10

    Elysia is born, aaah... it was very moving

    Reply
  • Louco 7

    If anyone wants to know, Lith just advanced to the Brilliant Violet Core in chapter 2714 It took a while, but it finally happened

    Reply
    • AlyZahran 1

      Bruhh i thought he would be white by then

      Reply
      • lnwUser71470 10

        But it was wonderfully written

        Reply
  • D3ux 3

    Now I know this is being drawn out 🤦

    Reply
    • nickjones 1

      I would say the plot and arcs are well done with a good amount of foreshadowing. There is no moments for me that feel like filler or non essential

      Reply
      • D3ux 3

        I agree, was referring to the release of the next chapters. Had to go read else where

        Reply
  • Shadows_and_light 1

    why does it seem like every novel has a great start but many tend to go astray in-between causing readers to drop them

    Reply
    • ChillFire 10

      I drop at 1.2k cuz authors use same formula and just walk back any mc character development using the trauma card Bu twas fun

      Edited: 20m
      Reply
    • READER611 2

      There could be several reasons for this, for example the author could have let himself put so much effort into the novel, he could have run out of good ideas, his decisions were not the right ones.

      Reply
    • View More Replies
  • JeremiahChisanga 2

    OK I am team Kamila because she accepted Solus I do love Phoria but she could not live with sharing lith the reason i dropped this novel for a while because i did not love how lith just became a bit soft i like him because i thought he would be a lesser version of Shang from sword god in a world of magic

    Reply
  • Blank_Lank 10

    I left this after 38 chapters, don't ask because I don't remember what it was due to, well, maybe boredom, but a year passed and this doesn't bring back any memories.

    Reply
  • Crazed_Demon 3

    hey sooo, I dropped this after solus' journey. can anyone tell me what's going on right now without major spoilers

    Reply
  • NocturnalEdgeLord 2

    Numerous novels have succumbed to the pitfalls of poorly crafted romance; does this novel, too, share that unfortunate fate?

    Reply
    • ChillFire 10

      The mc us just edgy and author destroyes any character development buildup he have and rolls him back to edgy at end of arcs. Read upto 1.2k chapters But it was fun

      Edited: 20m
      Reply
    • VOID123 2

      Yes

      Reply
    • bknavetta 1

      Some more spoiler-y stuff: A lot of people hate on the eventual wife (Kamila) because she’s neither the first girl (Solus, arguably) nor the second girl (Phloria), but rather the third girl who came a little out of leftfield and initially seemed like she would just be an in-between girlfriend. Unlike 1 & 2, she possesses very little combat power or magical utility – for large parts of the novel, she’s fairly brave & competent, but essentially powerless. What she does help a lot with, however, is the MC’s emotional growth, which neither the first girl (since she’s too close to him, literally living in his head and sharing his feelings all the time) nor the second girl (who rejected him when he opened up) were able to. I actually liked that he didn’t end up with the one who seemed like the “destined” one (both to the readers and him), even though she ran away, but rather the one who faced their own insecurities and stuck around / came back when it got tough.

      Reply
    • bknavetta 1

      Some stuff without hard spoilers: The author has tried to do some more adult and messy relationships – where trust, hurt, break-ups, and trauma play a big role. Your mileage may vary as to whether he succeeded. I personally appreciated the author at least trying for some more nuanced relationship stuff, even if the execution/resolution didn’t always stick the landing for me. TL;DR: Aimed high, had some misses, still much better than a lot of what passes for romance in action / weak-to-strong / isekai / reincarnation novels.

      Reply
      • NocturnalEdgeLord 2

        With heartfelt appreciation, I extend my thanks for the exquisite manner in which you've indulged my curiosity and provided your enlightening response.

        Reply
    • View More Replies