I'm Actually Not Overpowered!

Getting caught up in another world, especially the same kind as your favorite Novel, sounds all fun and sweet... … Until it's not! As an avid Weeb, this wasn't how Samuel expected his Transmigrated life to turn out. Completely removed from the comfortable life he once knew, this ‘modern guy' finds himself in a fantasy world that is in polar contrast with what he had imagined. His mission? Kill the Demon God and bring the world to peace! It sounds so easy, right? Too bad his new life isn't as grand as he expected. 'Now that it has come to this, there's only one thing left to do...' Gather as many allies as he can on his grand quest. "I'm not Overpowered, but... no one has to know that, right?" Watch as Samuel Peterson, a seemingly ordinary guy, overcomes his tribulation in a place where everyone relies on him and actually believes he is their only hope. An epic Kingdombuilding Misunderstanding Story awaits you! ______________________________ {A/N: Please check Auxiliary Chapters for information on Characters. Original Character Artworks will be made available on the Discord Server, so please do well to join.} https://discord.gg/yMPNRURZJh ~Thanks!~ _______________________________ As the Theme dictates, this is a Kingdom Building Novel, and one that has character progression. Even though the MC is as weak as possible (initially), it does not affect the story negatively. In fact, it's actually the opposite. Just read a few chapters and you'll be convinced. This is a fun book. I certainly hope you enjoy it and support the Novel. Since I'm in a contest, please help me to win. Thanks!

Magecrafter · Fantasy
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234 Chs

Holy Crap! No One Told Me About This!

'Whaaaaaaaa—' My eyes nearly popped out of their sockets when I laid eyes on the unexpected.

Sure, I had just finished clearing the Labyrinth—a tedious process, I assure you. Yet, I sensed a concentrated source of energy forming underneath the Hydra's territory.

I was under the impression that we were on the last floor, as there was no entrance to another floor.

Besides, there wasn't a single crevice or opening, so it was safe to conclude that the Hydra was the Final Boss. Yet…

… For some reason, I kept sensing powerful and overflowing energy beyond.

'I should just check it out. It won't hurt… I hope.'

With this thought, I poured my strength into my fist, concentrating a bunch of Skills while appearing to effortlessly smash the ground.


Fortunately, the floor wasn't tougher than I had anticipated. I had precisely targeted the specific corner because I didn't want to strike an extra-hard surface, risking looking stupid if I couldn't break through.