I’m the Mysterious Leader of the Salvation Organization


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Babel Tower, a mysterious organization, suddenly appeared in front of the world. In the name of saving the world, they studied mutation technology and dealt with all kinds of terrifying natural disasters. They forcefully controlled Knight, Psychics, Witches and other big shots to join their organization and become operators.

“Everything is under the Savior’s control.”

“I’m the Queen of the Vampires, I won’t kneel before you! Damn it! I can’t control my body!”

“Please, let me rest. I don’t want to go on another mission.”

Everyone believed that the mysterious leader behind the Babel Tower, the Savior, was definitely the force of God.

After hearing this, I panicked.

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Sareza rated it
December 16, 2023
Status: c178
This novel deserves way more hype. The translations are on point, and the updates hit you faster than a high-speed train. Honestly, it's up there as one of the best in CN right now.

Now, let's dive into the review. Don't be fooled, this isn't just another 'misunderstanding' tale, even if it looks that way at the start. There's a ton of world-building, plot twists, and characters that could easily stretch to 500 chapters. But nope, the author wraps it up at 265 chapters.

So, the story unfolds when Bai Yan, playing... more>> "Babel Tower, " realizes it's not just a game – it's messing with the real world. The game's events sync up with reality with a time delay. The catch? Bai Yan can 'restart' in the game, using info from past runs to his advantage. When he "saves" the game, events play out in the real world a few hours later. It's all about preventing world-ending disasters, from stopping cultists summoning gods to nipping epidemics in the bud.

The world of "Noah" is diverse with three countries: The Air Alliance, Night Union, and the Tree (I forgot). Each has its own vibe, from contemporary fantasy to post-apocalyptic sci-fi. Bai Yan collects "Operators" through gacha-style summons, gaining fragments or snagging them instantly. There are relics, tactical cards, skins with power changes, and even buildable facilities worldwide. Other worlds exist, but they don't seem super relevant.

Avoiding spoilers, let's talk about Bai Yan, the MC. At first, he seems like your typical transmigrator with powers, but as the story unfolds, he's revealed as a manipulative mastermind. He's defeated a great devil, made dark sacrifices, and has a twisted past, but he later gets a memory alteration and forgets it (though he gets it back later on). Despite being kind of psychopathic, he sticks to moral values and won't go on a random killing spree. He's got this dual personality thing going on, balancing ruthlessness with some ordinary dude vibes.

Overall, I'd rate it 8.9/10. My only gripe? The chapter count is low, and the author could've expanded it like "LOTM" with daily lives of other operators, different POVs, or side plots. Still, it's a fantastic novel and definitely worth checking out. Highly recommended.

Edit : Why are there 600 chapters now? My review sound kinda s*upid XD. <<less
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lordmerlin rated it
April 6, 2023
Status: c54
I rarely write reviews, but I wanna give this spectacular novel the attention it deserves.

The story has many mysteries in them, and they kind of remind me of LOTM. Both the characters and cast is diverse, and they aren't just girls. I will be honest however, they can be annoying sometimes, like the mind-reader girl. *Ehem*

I enjoy the mysteries the most in this novel, and it's pretty fun to see an MC who actually isn't letting plot make him somehow misunderstood all the time. He actually works to continue and... more>> create those misunderstandings for his own benefit.

All in all, pretty good novel with good plot. I would actually rate this higher than most mainstream novels, and is like an unrefined gem, in a tr*shcan full of bad novels. <<less
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lugathe rated it
June 18, 2022
Status: c30
It's an isekai-academy-trope with chunnybyou-like character where misunderstandings and conspiracies run amok.

It's a little naive if compared to the lord of the mysteries but it's the same "trope" for the lack of a better word.

It's not hilarious like konosuba but it's worth it.

It's very fun. You can read a funny and interesting story and you can even be a part-time editor haha.

I like it!
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Reafan rated it
August 23, 2022
Status: c69
You Should try read this if you have time

the story is not really heavy, but not to light like many JP WN where spamming in list *cough dont kill me
the tag doesn't lie if after you read you feel somthing is odd
The character development is interesting


-there's no harem tag, but many MC pawn are female
-even after 200 chp noone know MC real identity
-the chacarcter development (pawn) its really good, is that because there no harem tag? Lol

-is not guaranted if it will change to harem after chp 200 or somthing else, but it's still really worth to read

take it with grain of salt


andWho's rem?

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NotNassief rated it
November 6, 2023
Status: c156
Cool novel,

A mix of 'unfathomable leader/god of an organization' from Lotm and 'any game/mission I play and complete happens in real life' from Mini World of Endless Fun Awaits.

I am an absolute sucker for protags like this one so once again very cool.

... more>> If you're not a fan of MC acting out a one man shadow salvation organization and being mysterious (which is in the title) then its not for you.

No idea if theres romance, probably not.

Plot is amazing but a little slow, personal preference though.

Translation is a little iffy but you'll get used to it.

Overall 5/5 👍 <<less
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SebastianKJ rated it
March 2, 2024
Status: c249
It is my personal opinion that this novel is pretty darn good.

MC playing a gacha game that influences reality + a mysterious background + Secret Leader of a great organization.

If these premises interest you, then you should definitely check it out.
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AnimatorOfSouls rated it
February 28, 2024
Status: c237
Pretty good, with a powerful MC, interesting plot, and mysterious past. The other characters are pretty cool, none are annoying.

Romance: none, but two of the female characters have a crush on MC so hopefully this doesn't turn into harem or something.

Dropped because I got bored.
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March 20, 2024
Status: c201
Still not sure how to rate this after 200 chapters. I mostly like it. The plot is great, the guy actually does a good job of playing mysterious leader, the setting is intriguing and develops at a decent pace, the operators get a fair amount of development so far, and the protagonist doesn't magically get whatever he needs at the moment whenever he does gacha.

It's just that I have a number of gripes. Mostly they end with "and no one even gave it a second thought" or "and the author... more>> never explained it".


One is that the first operator, Mu Ling, gets her identity completely exposed early on, while other operators no matter how distinctive their abilities aren't ever exposed. Like a certain magician, particularly. The main issue here is that no one seems to even question it.

Another is that the author uses Bai Yan's functional insanity as a free pass to have the guy do pretty much whatever the author wants without any buildup. It's also uncomfortable seeing a protagonist whose first impulse is killing, and who regrets when someone hasn't done enough bad things to give him an excuse to kill them. Other people say he has a moral bottom line, but he's really thinking that the entire world, good and evil, will hunt him down if he crosses the line. Including his operators. No, I get that it's just his personality, but the author hid how bad he was until he was suddenly massacring thugs left and right to grind for exp and loot.

Another is about the outer god who was paying attention to him suddenly intervening after he used his prior knowledge. He just went "oh shit, that happened" and then ignored the possibility of it happening again while continuing to use his game knowledge.

He mentioned that the game probably wouldn't let him use a luck increase card for better gacha results, but then proceeded to abuse loopholes all over the place. Based on what I've seen the game allow since then? I'd assume the card would work.

The library of ruina possesses all knowledge of past and present. But Bai Yan has only used it to enable powerups and didn't even consider using it to figure out his connection to the outer god, his missing past, etc. The operator looking for a missing best friend didn't even react to something that could outright tell him where the guy is. Making it worse is the fact that immediately after finding out about the library that knows everything, said operator commissions another operator for information instead.

Oh, and in addition to being able to know anything knowable, the protagonist also has a 1/week instakill weapon that can target anyone in the world. Why doesn't he use his knowledge of the future to deal with the more dangerous enemies ahead of time? I'm sure there are good reasons, but he doesn't even spend a sentence considering it.


So, it's complicated. It really feels like most of my issues could have been resolved with just one or two sentences without changing the story. Some are minor irritations, some are major plotholes (potentially).

I usually think of certain powers as plot-destroying or even setting-destroying, and this novel has all of those powers (except time travel so far) in the hands of major allies or enemies. So there will always be the unspoken questions "okay, that was a tense scene, but why didn't he just use ___ ability to instantly resolve it?" Or the character actually does instantly resolve the issue and it feels anti-climactic. These issues have been getting much worse in recent chapters, not so much in the first hundred. <<less
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February 1, 2023
Status: c92
An interesting novel, for sure. The plot is rather unique, in the sense that we gradually discover things along with the main character as he discovers them himself, although we get a spare extra hint along the way.

... more>>

Bai Yan begins as a transmigrator from Earth into a similarly modern world where the supernatural exists. Although rather stable and sort of nihilistic, as the plot moves forward he begins to progress into a different mindset. He generally wants to see the pain of those he deems evil, which gets more intense as time goes on and his scope of 'violent thoughts' broadens.

At first, the only hint of this transformation is the man at the DHA, Lin Bian, who dislikes the MC because he "smells of madness." Later on, Bai Yan realizes himself that he's getting more abnormal thoughts.

Towards the chapter I left off on, there's a suggestion made that he went back in time after he failed to (???), but he doesn't remember.


So far, so good. The psychological changes in the "operators" are gradual and don't seem to be rushed too much, so it provides a fun dynamic where he has to please them and keep their moods up. <<less
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