Systemless Villain

Opening his eyes, Long Tian finds himself in a scene where he's beating up a protagonist. He's confused, until a deluge of foreign memories assaults his mind, leading him to a chilling realization: He has died... and transmigrated. But there's a problem - he's become a villain! At first, he's okay with this. But the more time passes, he notices something. Why doesn't he have a system?! This worries him. Going up against a protagonist without a system feels like a suicide mission. But of course, he doesn't lose hope. He looks at his own identity. The young master of an ancient family, check. Rich and good-looking, check. A genius with extraordinary talent, check. Awakened the martial spirit of a dragon king, check. With all of these, does he have any reason to complain? "Goddamn protagonist, I will make you suffer!" ------------- Harem or not? I haven't actually made a decision about that. Let the storyline unfold, and we'll see in the future.

abinn · Eastern
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277 Chs

Becoming the Owner of the Tianjia Pavilion!

The door swung open, and Long Tian emerged from the room.

Many people didn't notice him due to their preoccupations and ignorance about the door. However, the monk was taken aback when he saw Long Tian was still alive. He hurriedly approached him.

"You, you're still alive? How is that possible?" He said in disbelief.

"What? Were you hoping for me to die?" Long Tian asked, his tone cold.

"No, no. My master couldn't be wrong, and you clearly weren't the one he meant. How could you break through fate?" The monk asked earnestly.

Long Tian became annoyed. "Why do you keep talking about fate? Just because of the word 'fate,' you've been holding back. Hiding behind the words 'I'm aware of my place.' Only trash hesitates because of fate, and you're no different," Long Tian said coldly, his arms crossed.

"You!" The monk grew angry.