Sequel to Immortal Regis. Reading the entirety of the prequel is highly recommended, otherwise, this story from chapter 4 on will spoil it and/or be confusing.
Cavalier of the Abyss (so far) is set only in the world of Chaos. There is now a Regis of Chaos. [source Baka update]
Immortal regis: One day, suddenly... a night where the moon shines like never before, a boy meets the otherworldly Serin, a denizen of Chaos, only to die and become the undead. Now immortal, he can no longer exist with humans due to an ancient law... A tale of revelations that begins as he returns to Chaos, the start of a new adventure! [source Baka update]
oh lol i already dropped immortal regis it has a good start, but started to be confusing, the story was going too fast, too many characters, the main char was kinda boring, basically he just run all the manga and listen to everyone telling him "i gonna give u power". i dropped it at chapter 32 or something like that i think, it's was totally nonsense
maybe i'll check cavalier of the abyss
if you dont finish IR then i dont think CotA would be a good manga for you
i mean its even hard for me to get wahts happening
thats y the last option for the poll
hope you ll enjoy it
I read through Immortal Regis today (I'm sick at home) and got to chapter 12 of Cavalier of the Abyss.
Yeah, I feel like Regis was supposed to be longer but then it got rushed or something. There isn't real background or subtle foreshadowing. People just pop out and it can get confusing at times.
So far, I don't like Cavalier that much. It's after the time skip, after all and there's just too much that happened in between and I really don't like the results. During these 12 chapters, plot got even more confusing than Regis at times and I'm not sure if I have the patience to read through it all. Hard to explain without spoiling, so I won't.
EDIT: Oh wow, just got a look at the date. Found this thread through Google so I didn't check.
lol, i forgot i created this thread in the first place. It has been a long time i hve checked the manhwa. Over all Cavaliers starting was abrupt but if you go further it fills in the past stories of what happened.
So if you liked IR i think it wont be a bad read if you continue
I can't understand this. What does Jaehoon/Caladborg want? By killing all those guards to get to Nex, he easily alienates Nex. So it seems his intention is to taunt Nex.
But he does tremble when Nex says he cherishes Jaehoon the most. He also does say "What will it take for you to accept me, brother?" when washed up next to Siana.
So, is it possible that he does like his brother a lot, but lacks a conscience partly due to having Cladborg inserted in him? Or we could also conclude that this is Caladborg's way of trying to lower Nex's defences. But if that were to be the case then he wouldn't have tried to kill all those soldiers to get to Nex? Unless again, Caladborg lacks a conscience and his machinations fail bacause of his lack of understanding of Nex's emotions?
I'm not sure at all!
And from the last chapter (ch 63), I think that Serin was convinced for some reason that Jaehoon was indeed Jaehoon and not being manipulated by Caladborg. Nex thought she had been brainwashed by Caladborg's lies and imprisoned her possibly because of some action she took under that effect. Maybe she was brainwashed, maybe she wasn't. Not sure here either.
Wow this thread is ancient. I guess it's not very popular here I personally find it worthwhile and it's a shame translations aren't regular
I liked Immortal Regis but didn't enjoyed reading its sequel. I just gave a quick glance on like 20 chapters. It's terribly boring & slow paced.
The first series was interesting but when it comes to the sequel, it starts to get quite confusing. Even so, I didn't mind it. Just have to read with full concentration. However the translations aren't so regular and I'm afraid that I may forget how the story goes.
I feel like I'm too dumb for this series. I've tried to read it like 4 times and each and every time I just get completely lost. Especially when it comes to how it connects to the first series.
It seems like something I'd like if I could just figure out what the heck is going on.
Last edited by Jammin; June 04, 2014 at 05:46 PM.
The write-up in the "wiki" may help a little. Additionally there are other sites that have active discussion which may benefit in the comprehension of the story.
Seriously speaking, many people are in the "twilight zone" as the plot goes, particularly the details of it. I'm just as lost as anyone else. haha