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Reincarnation of a Worthless Man
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"Argh, how did my life end up like this?!"

There was once a boy who's well-loved and popular with his peers. His smile could melt an adult's heart and his easygoing and sweet nature attracted a lot of girls who became his admirers.

Little did he know that such a blessed life wouldn't last forever.

Now, he is an ugly, overweight adult, working a job he doesn't like, and leading a life he doesn't want. No women want to be near him, let alone be his girlfriend, or even his wife. He is an oversized gear in a machine that doesn't even welcome him.

When he gets fired from his job, it is the last straw from him. He remembers his life as a kid, and now good and beautiful it was.

"I don't want this. I don't want this anymore!"

"I would be better off dead than having to live like this for a second longer!"

Suicidal, he passes by a flooding river, as there is a storm that day. He immediately thinks of throwing himself there, ending it once and for all.

And he does. But not because he actually has the balls to kill himself via drowning, but because he sees a little girl being carried down the river by the strong current.

In a split second, he decides that it would be better if she lives, even if he has to die in the process.

And he does. He saves her, throwing her into the side of the river. But then his legs, rarely ever used, suddenly cramp. He can do nothing as he is swallowed by the waves.

"Aah, it would be nice if I could be reincarnated into a fantasy world, like in those stories... I can do it all over, and do it better this time around..."

His wish is granted. When he wakes up, he's no longer his old, adult self. He's a baby, living in an entirely new world.

This is his story.


This story would have both happiness and hardships, heartwarming and sad moments, as well as romance that doesn't just end in a kiss. This is a harem story that will end up in a genuine polygamous relationship. It's also an adventure story, though it would stay as a slice-of-life for a good while as MC grows up.


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Cover made by Nyancreates. ( if you want to hear my infrequent ramblings regarding the story.

Adventurers Age Progression Brother Complex Caring Protagonist Character Growth Child Protagonist Death of Loved Ones Devoted Love Interests Doting Love Interests Doting Older Siblings Doting Parents Emotionally Weak Protagonist Hard-Working Protagonist Loli Love Interest Falls in Love First Multiple POV Necromancer Older Love Interests Perverted Protagonist Polygamy Protagonist Loyal to Love Interest Romantic Subplot Slow Romance Strong to Stronger Tsundere
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    Status: c103

    This story is bad. Why? Because there are as of chapter 103 two novels here.

    The first part is a light-hearted novel about a guy that couldn't find worth in his own life, being given a second chance to live a better life being reborn. He has no cheats, he tries hard and gets little by little better at living. Has relationship, a family, etc. Until here it is a 5/5 novel.

    But then author decides to rape the light-hearted side of the novel and go at it George R.R. Martin style. With the excuse of being realistic he just basically destroys every setup he did, making the rest of the chapters miserable and depresing, wondering how a suicidal guy that reincarnated from a bad place, ending up in an even worse place, and still not ending it. At this side of the story I wouldn't even give a 1/5, but I can't rate lower than that.

    If I really wanted a realistically sad and depresing story, I would see the news. 2020 is miserable enough, I don't need to read a novel to feel that way.

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    Status: Chapter 169:Marina's Tale - Erika...

    I don't know why I've stuck around for so long, even after I stopped commenting. The only way I can describe this is that it's an amalgamation of cliches that I want to be good. Where do I start?

    Warning:VERY LONG

    • Alright, the characters. Let's start with Hugo Greenwood, easily one of the most incoherent characters I've read. As a point of comparison, I'll talk about Rudeus Greyrat whomst Hugo is based on.

      In the middle of chapter 1, Hugo is presented as a scarred recluse who dwells in fantasy after his traumatic encounter;however for an insecure person he loves telling the audience of his white knight tendencies, how he didn't lose the ''fight'' in a cool way, or how nonchalant it is when he says his addiction lead to him failing an entrance exam. Much of this can be attributed to the author's writing style. As is the fact that the character is a partial self-insert (admitted) from the author, his attention seeking contrasts poorly with the withdrawn nature of a hikikomori and the fact that anyone who got a job at all in Japan thinks of themselves as a failure is laughable. Such lofty ambition can only be possessed by a particular kind of individual over there, however it's the mindset of someone from the west (rather the perfectionist mindset common to the west). Now contrast this with


      Rudeus Greyrat, right from the get-go, we see his perspective on his life as he's walking through the streets. He's an abject piece of sh*t, he asks why they kicked him out, he ''just'' didn't attend his parent's funeral (after they provided for him as a hikikomori). He ponder why he didn't do ANYTHING and how he criticizes those who create but never made anything. How if he'd tried, perhaps even 1 year earlier, he could've achieved something. In this moment, we see he's a selfish person, too insecure to put out works while mocking the works of others, and that he learns a lesson from his way of life that he carries onto his next life as Rudeus (it's pretty much a personal complex he's developed) In Mushoku Tensei, there are so many nuances, he recognizes his former attitude in Eris;makes her work at her dancing where she learns how satisfying it is to succeed at something she found hard, there by reinforcing Rudy's new way of thinking.I want to end this by saying that Rudy learns many lessons in his new life which I have not covered or pre-existing feelings). My point with this last section is that Rudy is a REAL person who hits rock bottom where he finally grows with time in his second life. His growth happens when his past mistakes cause him to develop in an extreme way (e.i. Hardwork complex) but he's consistent, readers know he never got over the past entirely, such as his ego/selfishness being kept in check when he thinks of the bullies.


      I cannot fathom why Hugo fears the gazes of his beloved turning cold towards him, usually you'd fear gazes because they might be judging your weaknesses (insecurity where you'll never admit to a mistake). Why does he want attention and praise when he's been a shunned recluse in his whole life? Would he not reaffirm himself and attack others?

      I will not talk about the side characters because I will address them in my next point
    • I'd like to say that the writing style of the author has caused this emotional dissonance for me when I read. Of course, we're not talking grammar because clearly my grammar is hot trash (if it wasn't obvious from this review thus far). What I mean is that every character is the author talking and not the character talking (e.i. the voice of the author is no different from the characters). Every time Hugo reflected in the first chapter, it sounds like a disconnected person speaking of his life rather than himself. Who actually says/thinks ''my hormones'' other than an intellectual (which Hugo clearly isn't one). What kind of insecure person would ever admit that they read for wish fulfillment? Alright you're a depressed loner walking through the streets, would you ever say/think ''... Ah screw it, my life is not worth living anyways!'' upon seeing a girl drowning? Sure, maybe, but it'd be worded completely differently. The author's clearly writing about a person's death but we immediately jump to his second life without addressing how he'd feel about his death, nope, everything's daijobu because he got reincarnated! There in, lies my issue;not only does every character sound like the author but the author writes the characters from the author's perspective where significant events are glossed over and have zero weight/impact on the story because it's a common cliche and they're only going through the motions. These issues are still in the story. Take for example, Chapter 165: Sherry's Tale — Reunion, in this chapter
    • Spoiler

      1. Sherry finds out her mother's name.  2. Sherry cries in denial at the mere mention of her biological mother's death when she and the readers never knew her at all. 3. she meets her grandmother. 4. Grandmother's baggage is unloaded. 5. exposition on Izurdians. So much is done in one chapter through this break-neck pace that readers can't feel the weight, impact, and emotions of any of the words spoken by the characters. You know, the reason why I ever brought up pacing is because the characters never developed at all and constantly ran in place while sounding like walking cliches going through the motions. So many out-bursts of emotion and character growth are unearned or not built up to at all.

    • Alright, What do I mean when I say your voice is no different from your characters? I'm talking about your mannerisms and vocabulary, of course.
    As an example
    Hello, everybody, this is Markiplier here
    You can tell from how I wrote this, that I don't really like to curse a lot. I put a * in the b word when Markiplier didn't censor himself while saying that phrase.
    The second phrase is just Markiplier's intro on some of his videos. By pointing this out, you know what my mannerisms are, and what Markiplier's mannerisms are as well. But it goes further than that, what about the cadence and pitch of our voices when we say it? This is what I mean. Every character sound the same at times because all of them share mannerisms with you, the author.I will now post lines into this section, I challenge you to feel the tone and mannerism of these lines from a single chapter

    Ha! If she thinks some mist is going to stop me, think again!

    "Why did I do that?! Fran had taken me in out of her kindness and now I had to ruin it by punching her son! Stupid idiot! Why must you let your temper get the better of you again?!She's here to kick me out, isn't she? Of course she is! I have been an awful, awful guest after all!"Oh Sherry, sorry for what Emel said. He really shouldn't have been so insensitive. Really, what kind of a man would insult a girl like that? That boy still has so much to learn about being a proper male!""Of course not!" She smiled. "If it were me, I'd do the same—beat the ever living crap out of any man who dared insulting me like that.""That fairy just has to pick a ferocious one, doesn't she?""Don't be foolish. Your only fine hand is bleeding. And if I were to guess, you have some internal bleeding in your organs as well, judging by that nosebleed."
    Alright, class, without knowing anything about  the chapter in question, Can you tell that differences and similarities with each line? Can you tell that they were said by different characters?I'll throw a bone out there:some parts are inorganic lines as if a robot judged a situation and said it. Honestly, I'm tired, I've been writing this for hours, and I hope the author sees this and improves but you know.
    I was reminded of that one time where I asked about this video review from digi to the author of this novel and the response was something about TAW's protagonist being a beta which didn't alarm me much at that time. But now it's the perfect review to sum up why I had issues with it. (time for another go at this 4 hour piece)
    Quotes from Digibro from The Asterisk War Sucks[Complete edition] (go to internet archive
    and search the asterisk war sucks to find it)
    Where I explain why I chose them or some are pretty self-explanatory
    1:''Justifying why I feel these stupid emotions is hard'' 1min:36sec
    I'll explain, I made a mistake criticizing the pacing of this novel without really internalizing why
    now that I look back, it was a number of issues:poor characterization/development and a general lack of tension. The reason I pick this quote is because I had no idea what I really had problems with at that time and that generally most readers don't.I think back to when you mentioned a comment from webnovel of how Hugo's past life didn't affect his next life and I agreed with you. But now I realize the real question that person was posing was ''why didn't Hugo learn a lesson?''. (He never seemed to really be a hard-worker when the attempts to show it involved the flimsy dialogue)
    2:''Already the rules and limitations of their abilities have been made irreparably unclear''
    3:''What bothers me is when you take like a plot-driven show that doesn't really have much to do with s*x or s*xuality and then you cram in a bunch of random unrealistic scene where characters see each other naked just for the sake of it''
    4:''A moment like this doesn't feel like it's happening in the context of the story, it feels like it's happening directly to the viewer. Like the universe of the story has conspired around finding a situation in which the audience can be treated to a titillating camera pan of a half-naked girl''
    You can see what he and I are thinking with these two quotes.
    5:''A cliche is what happens when a scenario is written not as a emergent result of being influenced by other work or the author translating their understanding of the world around them''
    Now the obvious part of the quote is right there but we'll get back to it in another quote, what I wish to address right now is the part of ''translating their understanding of the world around them'' bit. Obviously the story you write is from you and your own personal bias will bleed through, take for example, talent. What is talent? Usually asking that question causes a person to realize they know what it's like but they can't put it specifically into words. (Hypocognition) My understanding of talent is that it's a series of circumstances that happen before and during your life that develops a particular natural affinity to doing something which may of course include intellect, mindsets, and skills.I'd like to take an example from my own life. In my high-school economics class, I couldn't use calculator because I just didn't want to. But this self-imposed limitation allowed me to reverse engineer a question about exponential increase in APR, Here are the circumstances, I'm limited by pride and ignorance where I still don't know how to use a calculator but I did manage to reverse engineer a equation that allowed me to solve all the other questions. (Is this a brag? Totally.)
    6:''The moment Tsundere became a cliche is when authors started going out of their way to create characters which would fit into the tsundere archetype.''
    This statement could be applied to many characters from this novel tbh.
    7:''What I got out of this scene was not that Amagiri Ayato is afraid of s*x. What I got out of it is that this is what is expected to happen in a harem show''
    A statement like this can be applied to all cliches in this novel, it's so normal that the author feels that readers already know what's going to happen and who the characters are as cliches. It shows a bias where the author takes it for granted that the reader knows exactly what they're writing that they leave massive gaps in characterization.
    I will stop with the quotes for now that echo my misgivings with this novel and say the bits I've seen.
    First. Stop overusing the exclamation mark!!!!! If I see it over 3 times every chapter, the emotions I'd feel with that thing run dry.
    Secondly. There is too much telling/over-explaining when narration comes on, especially about mundane details. The world building should be focused on daily life rather than mechanics such as carriages because everyone knows what it's like. It could be baked into daily life but honestly it'd make sense to focus on the lives of peasants more than nobles. Also tell AND show character development
    Thirdly. Your personal bias and speech bleed into the character's dialogue so much that it ruins any emotional scene and character.
    Fourth. Explore yourself more as a person, to root out your personal bias and to feel negative emotions such as hatred and rage, that way characters can react in a far more believable way.
    Fifth. Death has to mean more, a lesson must be taught and learnt from the people who died based on their world-view. Or their death is the main impact to their loved ones (not immediate self-loathing which says they didn't mean much, huh)
    All in all, I think the dialogue is what ruins a good chunk of this story but that dialogue comes from somewhere within.
    I'll leave it with one last quote:
    ''it isn't just one thing that rubs me the wrong way, it's a little bit of everything''
    If you go back to the asterisk war sucks, part 4 and 7 are where I mainly quoted from.
    This is everything I've wanted to say about this, now if this gets deleted;I won't write it again because I'm done here.

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    Status: c55

    The story was good, I liked how he was starting to change his worthless self and become more driven but I was bound to be disappointed. Yes I only read until 55 because I cannot stand Hugo’s attitude and mentality anymore. That was a huge deal breaker for me, his mental is actually worse than his older sister. He is the one of the most worthless MC I have read, I guess the title was self-explanatory but I expected some redemption or change from his previous life. I prefer cliche MCs better than this one for sure. I cannot say how much he would change but I honestly cannot wait until he did because I feel so infuriated. But by reading other 1 star reviews, I don’t think he changed at all. If you’re like me wanting the MC to be a intellectually driven person and not a goddamn worthless, delusional, horny MC, I hope you are reading this review before you start this novel. If theres a “strong to stronger” tag then there should have been a “worthless to trash” tag. 

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    Status: c105

    I started out really enjoying the story, but I've stopped doing so since the beginning.

    The emotional response the characters have are all over the place. It's as if most of the characters have dual personalities and do sh*t against their personality every time the writer wants to shake things up.

    This could have been a reasonable good story if the writer had the ability to create characters the readers could believe in. A personality don't change at a flip of a switch.

    An example would be when the parents of the MC died. The character would probably have stayed with his sister. If he would have had a sudden break of personality, then he would probably have either stayed and f**ked his sister, or ran and found the first girl he could f**k. A person that breaks usually degrades down to baser instincts, and the writer has made it clear that the baser instinct in this case is "the protagonist is perverted".

    EDIT: The problem might be that the author doesn't seem to have a plan, but instead writes stuff based on his mood or stuff that he read between writing chapters. I'm not against getting inspiration, but I think the author should sit down, define his characters, so that he can ask the question "what would my character do in this situation", so that he can get some cohesiveness to the story and characters.

    EDIT 2: I don't mean to sound overly critical, maybe it came off that way though. As I said previously, I really enjoyed the story at the beginning. I think the writing is at least average, if not better, compared to many other web novels I've read. I mean, I've read all chapters posted so far, so there is potential there. I just really have issues with the characters and the overall cohesiveness of the characters and the story, which is a big deal for me.

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    Status: chapter 69: fiora’s lesson

    The Mushoku Tensei itche scratcher.

    Ever since I finish reading Mushoku Tensei, I went on to other Isekai novels to try to fill that void. Some of them were interesting, I got into korean novels as well because of it. However, nothing really felt like Mushoku Tensei.

    This novel fills that void for me and better. There's a bit of lewds and probably more in the future, not that softcore fanservice that I've been desensitized to, but actual lewds. The tags you see, incest, harem, etc, are real and the author isn't afraid to put in lewds so if you're not into that stuff, you've been warned.

    Even at chapter 69, I'd still say this novel is just starting, there's alot of character moments that fills it which I love. Those character moments give us small bits of characterizations to each of the characters. Sometimes the author gives us other POVs which is a really nice touch and should be used more often for characters we start to like.

    However, some readers of this novel find our MC, Hugo, to be a bit annoying. For a reincarnated person, he doesn't seem like one at all, but for a virgin, completely believable. 

    There isn't as much lewds as Rupegia, but it's far more than just normal fanservice. 


    There's actual masturbation descriptions and will likely have s*x scenes in the future.

    Honestly I wouldn't mind it if the lewds reached closer to Rupegia, so long as the character's don't lose their personalities. Much of Rupegia's problem with its characters is that their MC's harem is categorized by their fetishes instead of their fetishes being part of their character. 

    If you need an adult version of Mushoku Tensei, this is your novel.

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    Status: chapter 62

    Is a good Story but IT clear to be going to be Story we're the MC is bullied and abuse to change and the Girls will alywas be in the right cause He Likes big boobs and so...^^ you can read it If you Like that is a good Story.

    Pro: (No actul Spoiler for the Story)


    Writing style is very good and I can only say that if I  ever would worte my own story, this style would be the best for me and one I would try to have. 

    The Harem is also good balance in itself is not an instant love for the girls nor do I see any "big" problem with the personality of the girls 

    The have all they  own wishes and thoughts  plus Incest is wincast

     Mage System is not too complex and MC is not an OP nor is he someone who can or understand everything straight away  by first time use it 

    MC is a human he has mistakes and does stupid things, sometimes he seems too childish because he is mentally actually older but the other point who I will later point out in the Cons.

    -World Building is a 4/5 the is still room to improve but He story is stil in the Beginn and so it can easy becoming better.




    -Nicole and Bitch Princess 

    both characters are introduced in the last 2 chapters Nicole is someone who is a good person at the outside and has good look [will be used to let her Manipulatien the MC in doing this Bodyguard sh*t]  but is very naive and stupid in the inside. After Witness the Princess  emotionally and physically injured  Hugo for no reason she call it  that it is "hard love" disregarded that Hugo has just lost half his family in a very brutal way disregard the fact that this princess, who wants to become a  queen, owns has not show any  Leadership Talent, a true Queen or King can Inspiral  her subject to obey her or follower her by reason and Logic plus by kindness and humility Bitch Princess don't own any of  of these things even whether the next chapter explains that there are any reasons for behavior. 

    she has a 10 year old boy who can use a Grandmaster spell insulted  and made him prolly dislike her so how is that a leader that is worth following even in the risk to endanger the future husband of a former friend? 

    Princess - arrogant and selfish -

    think because she has a certain view Point trows some things everyone should act like her.

     - She only thinks because she is supposedly a princess, she can insult Hugo personality and downplay his pain and tell him in the face that his family would be alive if he were stronger. 

    It to notice that if she were stronger herself as the act she would not need the help of a 10 year old, Princess why do you only have a maid and a friend with you? how comes you mighty one got only two woman one your side right now? could it be your only a brat who thinks the world should be Listing to you?

    Her (Bitch) Pain will be used for Hugo to disregard his feelings for her but that's bullsh*t of a excuse to the reader WE have to forgive her sh*t because she had it hard the MC has to risk his Life for her because He is Trash and can only be saved by becoming a Bodyguard for a Person who downplay him as human and use is emotional stress for her own gain. 


    He is a Japanese man in his  later 20s or eary 30s and still act  most of the time worse then some Kids in the world He came in.

    he was a bad person (past) in the sense that he disregarded his family and treated them badly. well that's a good reason not to be perfect but why is he so incredibly childish? in spirit he is older than his current sister but more often she looks more grown up than he. he apparently only learns if he is emotionally abused. he understands some of the mistakes he has made, but again he does not react at all to make them better or goes to extremes. - he does not speak his opinion clearly and let so himself be  insults and instructs of how He  is a coward  by  Others over and over again.

    The world seems to  only be pleace who where everbody got a Ego that is If treat by a word of a kid the have to Insult and attack this Kid... chill Guys :D 

    His little sister seems to go the "hate" Brother route  because He could't protect his Father and mother against a Powerful Mage.. sure why not.


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    Status: c0

    I have never liked pathetic main characters, because I feel like there are too many stories featuring them. The more "OP" they are, the more pathetic they somehow get. Is he a reincarnated old man, who is supposed to have lived for over 40 years and had a life before and now he is reincarnated into a new world with frigging magic? You think he will be wise beyond his years and absolutely dominate everyone and just be his awesome self? You are imagining how weird it will be when he is a child but acts more like an adult, because no one can be that great an actor to act like a child all the time? Nope! He will act more childish than if he wasn't even reincarnated and was actually a child. Does he have some OP powers to counteract his ret*rdedness? He will never use them or use them like an idiot. An idiot with powers is still in idiot. That's how majority of those stories go. But this one takes the cake. Now, don't take me wrong. In this story, it actually not a problem that the MC is pathetic. Why? Because the author told us so, because it is the premise, because the whole premise of the story is us seeing how he gets a second chance and makes himself better. Except he doesn't. He is the most childish, whinging, pathetic sorry excuse of a human being I have ever had the "pleasure" of reading about in my entire life. The moment he (BIG SPOILER AHEAD!)


    left his younger sister (who is, not a reincarnated person, and is actually a child, but is ten times wiser and more mature that our MC) after his parents were murdered, because he felt bad...

    And then he promptly forgot about his family and started thinking about girls and their boobs... I just couldn't take it anymore. The author did some outstanding work bringing to life one of the most worthless human beings possible. But this story just isn't for me.
    The total regression of the story and everything it was building up to be from chapter 100 or so was just a final straw.

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    Status: chapter 100: the master alchemist

    First of I love this story ! Clearly a nominee for Pulitzer Prize

    I recommend this to people who :

    - like a main character who could as well be you dear review reader. A character who due to bad luck fell into hikikomorism and self hatred but has the chance to reincarnate hence the name "Reincarnation of a Worthless Man"

    -  like (at least in regard to other novels relativly)   realistic harem story. In which love is not only expressed in words but also with certain actions (͡º ͜ʖ ͡º) . Even if you hate harems in stories it is not not like every girl likes the MC and therefore the MC has a harem. Rather the MC falls in love a with different girls at the same time and has to cope with feeling like an as**ole for doing that. I mean even some girls hate the idea of being part of a harem (very intriguing indeed).


    And at least as of now 100 chapters released there is no harem and every mentioning of a harem is practically criticsim against harems


    - character progression of  every main character. Which the author does with care and thought

    - believable behavior of characters in drastic situations. (Even if some readers hate it sometimes)

    - a relativly logically closed world. As in most things that happen in this other world follows the logic of that world (or the author explains why and how things happend if they seem out of place)

    - lighthearted stories but who can also appreciate a lot of tension 

    - people who like Mushoku Tensei. For me "Reincarnation of a Worthless Man" feels like a progression because the author tries to mix up or even twist reincarnations tropes and cliches 


    for example slave harem farms which educate females to "love" their master and to have no free will of their own


    - like stories in which you can not predict what will happen in the next 10 chapters

    - an author who clearly cares for his community as seen in replies in chapter comments. 

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    Status: chapter 37: vera marjoram

    A very competently written isekai that I'm definitely dropping. Simply put I bothered to actually read the comments and thus know some spoilers. Frankly I just don't like the way the story is about to go.

    Yes I'm being vague on purpose. 

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    So... by chapter 52, MC elder sister gets kidnapped while he was 10... He succeeds in rescuing her but their father and mother die.... THen MC, feeling guilty about their death, leaves BEHIND the older sister AND younger sister to chase the Orphan girl to another continent while both of his sisters and him being branded as criminals. Thus leaving to a possible cruel fate if they are caught?.... MC is touched in the head. First should have been meet up with the sisters, try to clear their name, if that dosnt work then leave the country together... Not leaving them behind, what will MC do if he later learns that because he left, his sisters were executed? Become Guilty again?


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