I’m the Boss Who Modified the World

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Hu Feng, a high school student, accidentally embarked on the road of modifying the world.

He connected a mobile game with reality, allowing ghosts to appear in real life…

He became a martial art master, climbing out from the grave.

He endowed plants and animals with artificial intelligence.

He even became the leader of Non-human Asian Rebels.

He devoted himself to build up virtual reality, created new mythologies and constructed a spectacular world.

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我,魔改全世界,地球幕后大BOSS
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Ner0
Ner0 rated it
June 4, 2019
Status: c50
Don't bother paying for the amazon book, it's a rubbish story.
The first few chapters where he creates a mobile game is somewhat interesting but it's quickly dropped for another "genius" idea he has: to become a martial artist and make people believe martial artists possessing qi exist.

Of course, half of it is spent ridiculing the japanese, and he travel there to have a tournament with the japanese martial artists...

It's completely boring, the way it's described is as if the author is 10 years old with a chuunibyou complex. There's... more>> no fleshing of characters, the MC is OP with a system that gives him everything on a silver plate. At chapter 50, he has more than 500 000 fudge points.

Only the first 15 chapters can be read, the rest is **** <<less
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DeathKeepers
DeathKeepers rated it
May 20, 2019
Status: v1c4
As of now is interesting. The MC gets a system called the grand fudge system.

He must use the system to lie about clearly fake stuff and let the people believe it.

Is quite a good read but the translator of the novel is not that good but is still understandable so you might want to consider it.
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HaoYu
HaoYu rated it
September 8, 2019
Status: c57
The story is about the MC that gets a system that requires him to make people believe in things that doesn't exist such as Ghost.

I was fine with that story until the 2nd Arc where the common Racism started appearing.

As for now, the 3rd Arc takes place in Japan, will continue reading to see if it's going to be extremely racist or might just be mildly racist. I believe it's going for the first route seeing as it's starting

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During the First 2 Chapters of the 3rd Arc, we get a basic summary of what the MC is going to do, basically, he's going to make Japanese people turn into "Onmyojis" then make people believe that The Orochi is going to break free from a seal, that is 'fine' BUT in the whole 'prophecy' he's making, he makes the Hero a chinese, the Orochi is also a Chinese Beast who originally had 9 heads but lost 1 then was sealed in Mt Fuji. Like what the hell, why would everything need to be related to China?

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Dao Soverign
Dao Soverign rated it
May 29, 2019
Status: c9
It has a great story, as it brings us, readers, to the actual question of what we might do when we get such a power. It is apart from every other system novel which basically carries an aspect of some kind of fan-fiction but not this one. It has history along with sci-fi and also adventure and action mixed with fantasy. I would like to prefer this novel as a cocktail of my favourite generes.
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