MMORPG: Rebirth of the Legendary Guardian

MMORPG: Rebirth of the Legendary Guardian
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The phoenix is a creature of legends, a wonder of the world, an imagery of life and destruction. This fabled creature signifies the rise of a hero in a virtual world where battles occur for the sake of honor and glory!

Zhang Yang was a professional gamer in the first and most fantastic game that revolutionized the world: God’s Miracle. A game where traditional knowledge in RPGs did not matter anymore, players would have to manually target and evade attacks, giving rise to a significant gap in skill between a professional and an amateur gamer.

Zhang Yang’s downfall came a little too soon. His girlfriend was snatched, his guild was harassed and disbanded, and he was even driven to commit suicide! Jumping off the top floor of a hotel, Zhang Yang seemed as though he was soaring like a phoenix. Little did he know that the end of his life also signified his rise from the ashes!

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8 Months, 3 Weeks ago

This novel is good takes time to read alot of hella adventures but until the end story goes on thx for memory PS this is already completed

9 Months, 2 Weeks ago

I read some 600+ chapters until I had to stop. I like the story, it’s interesting and well thought, but there were some (perhaps cultural tropes) that made stop reading. And I’m sad about this, I wanted to know how the story goes. It’s just that at this point I want to skip so much of the text so often that I’ll use my time better reading something else. 1st: The main characters “Oh well, I just can’t help f*king every woman that comes my way.” and the story expects the reader being completely fine with it and cheering the MC on with it. The writer even makes a huge deal every time the MC doesn’t f* someone end celebrates the MCs force of will for holding back.  2nd: There are characters that behave in a way that makes me scroll past the parts where they talk or act not really reading because them being so annoying. If they were my “friends”, I’d have cut those out of my life already and the writer is expecting us to treat them as “cute”. It’s fine to make annoying characters, but when they become the reason to stop reading the story, something in the character design process has failed. 3rd: The constant explaining of the same things again and again and again and ... again. 4th: This may be the biggest cultural difference, but as a person coming from one of the top-10 non-corruption index countries in the world, the writers view of power-tripping on the rich and the government officials families (like what even is an ‘inherited government official position’?) getting away with doing practically anything is baffling. 5th: Explaining things over and over again. 6th: Also perhaps a cultural trope, but it gets annoying to read the portraying of common chinese conflict solving to be beating each other up or by rape or by other type of sexual humiliation, depending on genders of the parties in the conflict. Conclusion: I’d want to read more of the story, but the writer is making the reading an experience that leaves me more frustrated overweighting my desire to continue.

1 Year, 4 Months ago

pls update ch. 620 and 621. thanks.

1 Year, 10 Months ago

I love this. I also enjoy how often there are new chapters.

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