Gain enlightenment! Read ISSTH Chapter 229!

I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for your comments! I enjoy reading all the jokes, speculations, comments of thanks, and even the criticisms. Actually, some of the speculations in recent chapters have been incredible, and it’s been hard to keep my “no spoilers” cap on.

Chapter 229: Because this Will, Can Only Belong to Devils!
Translator: Deathblade – Contributing Editors: Madam Deathblade, John Rogers – Proofreaders: Lingson, MeeBoo and Yascob
Sponsors: Yaa Botchey, David Bottlender, Gary Cosby, Minh H, and Jiashen Chen

15 thoughts on “Gain enlightenment! Read ISSTH Chapter 229!” - NO SPOILERS

  1. My god Thanks a lot!! i really love the way this novel goes, the philosophy is insaine, i would love to read it in the original also cs i cant wait for the realese ahahahah , iam impatient really xD.

    Well thats all, have a plesent day ! and again thanks! 😀

  2. I am of the opinion that cosmos bags need to have more restrictions in xianxia novels.

    As currently defined in say, ISSTH, a single bounded interior cosmos bag can store an unbounded number of bounded-size items since one can put one item and a cosmos bag inside a cosmos bag and then recurse and repeat on the inner cosmos bag as many times as one has cosmos bags and items.

    Now a practical problem is that it becomes too painful to extract the innermost items from the bag. But one can easily fix this issue by implementing the appropriate data-structure on the cosmos bags. For instance if we arrange and label the cosmos bags in a strict fibonacci heap, we can insert new items and merge cosmos bags within a fixed constant number of operations. Deleting and finding items can be done by opening at most O(log n) cosmos bags where n is the total number of items. So one can store potentially millions of items and extract any item at any time by opening at most say, 20 cosmos bags.

    Short version: Cosmos bags are OP.
    One easy fix I can think of is disallowing the storage of cosmos bags in a cosmos bag. In any case, I want more restrictions.

      1. Haha. It’s good to know there are earlier examples of this issue.
        Somehow I don’t quite understand what the joke is in the last 4 panels.
        Is the comedy supposed to be in the rhyming or is this a parody of a known song?
        And is he using the word “Hoard” in the context of “a hoarder”?

        1. The rhyming all leads up to the last thing the man says: “It was for the hoard!”, which is a stab at the shout “For the Horde!”, which comes from the popular video game World of Warcraft.

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