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Humanities Homecoming: The Game
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Humanities Homecoming: The Game

nilek20

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What is Humanities Homecoming: The Game

Humanities Homecoming: The Game is a popular web novel written by the author nilek20, covering ADVENTURE, APOCALYPSE, WEAK-TO-STRONG, VIDEO GAME, FUTURISTIC, SPACECOMBAT, SPACESHIPS, Sci-fi genres. It's viewed by 3.5K readers with an average rating of 0/5 and 1 reviews. The novel is being serialized to 3 chapters, new chapters will be published in Webnovel with all rights reserved.

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Elves and magic, fancy swords and shiny armor, and the most over used tropes seem to make up every MMO game on the market today. Humanities Homecoming: Retaking Earth is not like all those games. Terrans are on the brink of extinction and Kevin Yore, just like all the other VRMMO players out there, are diving in to do their best to reverse this fate and save their kind. Kevin might not be the smartest, strongest, fastest, or even luckiest person. In fact, he might just be an average person. No System. No Fortunate encounter. No memories of a past life. Just an average guy making a mark on the world with the only thing he believes himself to be good at, video games. Will you join him in his adventures of the Milky Way Galaxy? Will you curse him when he makes a stupid mistake? Will you cheer for him when he survives that harrowing brush with death? Or as Kevin would say “will you sit on your pampered a** and watch a great experience pass you by?”

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