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The Oracle Paths

Have you ever wished you exactly knew how to accomplish your dreams? Not feeling the slightest doubt anymore? Being aware at any time how every choice, action and decision of yours affects your future? That's what happened to Jake Wilderth, a procrastinating young man without ambition. When a mysterious silver spaceship, popping out from nowhere, delivered to each Earthling a bracelet containing an AI introducing itself as the Oracle, their destiny changed. From a boring uneventful life Jake began to strive for greatness, treading his Path over the dead bodies of many. What a blessing it would have been if he was the only one profiting of such a gift! But when everyone became equal to face the future, he soon realized no gift comes for free.. Just a warning. Volume 1 sets the atmosphere in a Earth slowly degenerating into chaos and can be considered as a big prologue. It is slow and not as rewarding for the readers than mainstream stories on this website. If you can push through it will be worth it. For some real action you need to wait chap 27. =================================== Discord link: https://discord.gg/d8udP7Q

Arkinslize · Sci-fi
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Last Struggle

Jake had no expectations in looking for them, since their Oracle Ranks surpassed his own, but if they wished to be found it was possible. If they were smart, they would have made it as close as they could to make it as easy as possible for him. Anyone still alive would have understood the true nature of this labyrinth long ago. It was the lack of Soul Stones that was the issue.

He wished to locate Ruby and Bawopi, but it turned out that the Nosk did not wish to be found. Luckily, his Shadow Guide gave him a direction when he tried to locate the young woman.

Once the target was pinpointed, Jake set off immediately. After almost two weeks of slow recovery, he needed to keep his mind busy. His Aetheric and physical stats had increased slightly after all the fighting and he was close to creating his Aether Core. He felt stronger than ever.