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Release FrequencyEvery 4 Day(s)
Activity Stats [Graph]Weekly Rank: #252
Monthly Rank: #569
All Time Rank: #3444
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Lin Mu was pushed down the cliff, but he did not die and arrived to a magical world instead.
A huge python with wings and can fly, alright, just think it as the legendary Mayan Snake God;
A gigantic centipede that can fly in the sky, alright, he kinda seen it before in ‘Journey to the West’;
A mighty big wolf with a body as humongous as an elephant, en, just think it as a mutant;
Although the animals in front of him were a little strange, they are still animals but why did all of you suddenly turned into humans? Coming across wild beasts, Lin Mu still can accept it, but coming across ‘*yaojins’, Lin Mu became . . . . . . excited instead. What? You guys are the infamous drifter beastmen? I don’t know anything about that. You guys did a lot of heinous crimes? I don’t see that either.
And so, Lin Mu began a hard but satisfying life of building a home in a another world.
*Yaojin/妖精 doesn’t have a proper English equivalent word. The nearest meaning would be supernatural being or Yokai (Japanese).
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