----------- Update: A slightly more experienced writer with 2 successful ongoing novels, and 1 new ongoing novel. things are looking good so far guys!
XDXD Lol. But yes, this was a mistake, since I had written 3rd at first, and went to change it to 4th, but forgot to change the rd to th
Hoho, an intellectual I see. Well this will be explained soon when Merlin decided to return to the Tsundere plain to see how things are going.
hanks for the suggestions, but Luke will not follow the same path as Han Xiao, for the simple reason that he does not have the 'shop' to sell things to players, which makes his harvesting skills nearly zero. But do not worry, things will change soon since Version 1 is about to be released world-wide.
Sorry my guy, i fixed it, and now
Kuku, this is an incredibly weak and pathetic title compared to his other skills. True. FOR NOW... kukuku. You will see!!! kukuku
Yes, true, but I cannot write so much. I also have college to account for, along with my family, since they do not know I write any novels. I'm basically doing this for tp without telling them, cause some of the stuff is not exactly family friendly.
Thanks. As you may have realised, I'm not that great at english even though it is my first language. I mean I used to get 60% on english every year without fail, while my other subjects were in the 90s. So I doubt I can improve the stylishness of the writing, but I can improve upon clarity and storytelling. Thanks!
good read so far. Looking forward to more chapters!! Keep up the great work author. Idk why but this has a sort of Indian feel to it. And I like it!
I see now, I see. Naruhodo... You are type of person to nitpick at each and every small thing. Cool then. Keep it up. I never said my first proper piece of work was perfect, and I never intend to say so for any of my works. Enjoy making fun of it. Read it if you like it, and stop reading it if you don't. I'm writing this for money or for you, I'm just writing to pass time.
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cool, but that is how I want it.