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After being forced to go on a supernatural search for Angels, Takeya encounters a series of peculiar events that change his life forever. Together, he and the cute and whimsical Ayumi scour for clues as to who or what may be creating the catastrophic events plaguing their small, snow-laden town. When they uncover secrets hidden in plain sight, the two high school students realize that the world as they know it may come to an end.
Will a miracle save them? Or will this winter be the last one they ever see?
Teloun. A kingdom of chivalric virtue and martial prowess, forged through centuries of hardship and ambition.
It is into one of its most prestigious families that Norman—a weak, crippled child—is born. Fate has condemned him to a life of mediocrity, destined to be a footnote in the pages of history. That is until an opportunity arrives, carried on the shoulders of the Crimson Prince and his noble hostage.
They bring news that the evolution of war is approaching an apotheosis as new weapons arrive to shape the battlefield in previously unimaginable ways.
His Lordship Arrives. Corruption. Greed. War. Lev is no stranger to the evils of the world, having spent a lifetime fighting the predatory system that ensnared the world's population and turned them into puppets for the leaders of humanity.
But after being assassinated, he finds himself in a new world—one with different yet familiar evils. It's a similar road he must traverse, but this time he can do so with a lifetime of experience behind him.
"Although the body is dead, its military soul has not been extinguished." These are words that Luo Zhirou's father has told her time and time again.
For peace and freedom, countless soldiers sacrificed their lives, only to stumble at the last step.
Forced to live in the Empire where her soldiers had died, live under the ruler who had ordered her people's death, Luo Zhirou knows all too well that ten years is not too long to wait for revenge.
Revenge for her people. Hope for a reunion with her mother. Life is far from easy for Luo Zhirou as she finds that she possesses the Five Elements of the Royal Sky.
It's graduation night. Ayo, Momo, Jireh, and Jonah party the night away to celebrate their newly found adulthood. As they each reveal their plans for the future, Ayo realizes that he's, once again, the odd one out. When they start to run out of whisky, the group ventures off to Momo's house for one last round of beer, with Ayo lagging behind.
Lost in his thoughts, he finds himself—and his graduation cap—momentarily tossed in the air, and then flattened by a truck. With his death, Ayo enters some twisted version of Purgatory and sees his friends and family in a new light.
There, Ayo meets two gods who give him the opportunity to explore any time and any place in the past, present, or future. It's only after a few journeys into the lives his closest friends lead without him, that the gods realize the gravity of their one-in-a-lifetime offer.
Lance is unquestionably the strongest hero ever. He swings the biggest sword, slings the biggest spells, and fights the biggest monsters. At least, he should be fighting the biggest monsters.
For a long time, I've been trying to get Lance to do something-anything-but the big lunk doesn't listen to a word I say. Then, one fate-filled afternoon, I finally convinced him to go on a proper adventure. This would be Lance's greatest challenge yet, but now I realize that it will be his only challenge to date.
At present, it shouldn't be a problem, though. There's no way a man of his calibur could ever fail at the first thing he's ever had to try at, right?
Right. Lance will win. In fact, Lance has to win. Because if he doesn't win, I may have doomed the world.
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