A Record of a Mortal’s Journey to Immortality

From Wuxiaworld
Jump to: navigation, search
Work in progress, expect frequent changes. Help and feedback is welcome. See discussion page.
Alt text


A Record of a Mortal’s Journey to Immortality
Abbreviation RMJI
AMJI.jpg
Chinese 凡人修仙传
Pinyin fán rén xiū xiān zhuàn
Author Wang Yu (忘语)
Chapter Count 2446 Chapters
Volume Count N/A
Writing Status Webnovel: Complete
Original Publication Status Webnovel: Complete
Translation Status Ongoing
Chinese Publisher Qidian


A Record of a Mortal’s Journey to Immortality | RMJI (凡人修仙传) is a Chinese Qidian Web-novel written by Wang Yu (忘语)

Introduction to the Novel

Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Martial Arts, Mature, Romance, Xianxia


Ranked 1st out of the thousands of novels on Qidian by recommendations, “A Record of a Mortal’s Journey to Immortality” will draw readers in with an epic tale of deception, betrayal, and love.

Introduction to the Story

A poor and ordinary boy from a village joins a minor sect in Jiang Hu and becomes an Unofficial Disciple by chance. How will Han Li, a commoner by birth, establish a foothold for himself in in his sect? With his mediocre aptitude, he must successfully traverse the treacherous path of cultivation and avoid the notice of those who may do him harm. This is a story of an ordinary mortal who, against all odds, clashes with devilish demons and ancient celestials in order to find his own path towards immortality.

Introduction to the Translation

To find the translations, click here

Translation Team

  • Translator: Doubledd , Gandalf's Socks (Former), Lord Bluefire (Former)
  • Editors: Barbant, KoreanMist (Former)

History of the Translation

Chapters 1-52 was originally translated by LinkedTL. After this post[1], the novel was dropped by its original translator. Then the novel was completely translated on GravityTales. On March 16, 2017, the translation was moved to Wuxiaworld with 309 chapters previously translated.

Characters

Protagonist

  • Han Li

Side Characters

Story Elements

Adaptations