After making a deal with a peculiar goddess, Victor awakens in a new world with a body of pure darkness and far too many eyes.
He had become a Netherborne—the strongest undead race in all of existence.
But what happens when a human mind inhabits such a creature? With dulled emotions and an insatiable hunger?
Does only death and destruction await the world? Or will Victor be the herald of a new undead civilization?
Tags: [Undead MC] [Stronger to Stronger] [Kingdom Building] [Necromancy] [LitRPG]
The story has a common start, but quickly gets interresting.
The MC isn't omnipotent, which I give a big + for. Being OP doesn't mean, you don't make mistakes.
The characters, well the main characters are intriguing, the side characters up to this point are... amuzing?
I am talking about the zombie merchants. Poor Henry. #stop_forceful_centaurification
I will be looking forward to the future!
Also, go Mr. Wiggles!!!
Enjoy the unbridled OPness of the M.C. &Amp; the story goes insane by introducing even more ridiculously OP characters as "antagonist" to breed conflict.
M.C has the perfect balance of OP plot armour and Weaknesses
Been a fan of the old one, I'm glad that the author decided to rewrite this!
Interesting start. Not the most original, but done well.
The writing is good, just hoping it doesn't get dropped.
An amazing story about someone reincarnated as an immortal who sustains itself by devouring others and grows stronger for it. By the end of book 1 I only had 1 thought, where is book 2? I cant wait.
If you are reading whether you should read this? An absolute yes. Its a well written story with a plot that has a seemingly infinite amount of potential. The characters are well written, each has their own agenda, their own desires and their personality. I really cant stress it enough, read it!
Great novel, the MC is interesting as well as the side characters. Some slight foreshadowing and the vast world make me interested in the future updates.
Commits the cardinal sin of being boring. Story leads nowhere, the "System" is meaningless, sidecharacters are unnecessary (only hog chapter space) and shallow. Grammar is OK, though.
Story is everything I expected and more. - I’m still hungover and this is my first review-
I went into this novel taking it as a filler, but it really surprised me as the story further progressed. The start is interesting and the MC, well, is OP. This kinda becomes the problem, because it seems like there is nothing that can stop him. Add on his flaw (I don’t want to spoiler, it just depicts a rather gloomy future). BUT both of these things are kinda fixed now, there are mysteries to unfold and enemies to defeat, all still with the op MC touch (not just a touch, he’s still damn op).
All in all it turned out to be a really interesting story with a bright future.
I don't really know how to write a review but I try my best.
I already read the old one but this is better the story felt mush smoother (?).
But I really recommend this it a good read
I think this is a very enjoyable and highly entertaining story, with a rather cool main character that is in a powerful and unique situation. The side characters are entertaining at most times, and the overall storyline is fun to see evolve. I think it would be well worth your time to give the story a chance.