An isolated and introverted teen, Shin Kamikaze lives his life quietly from one day to the next – at least, until the day he is attacked and killed by devils on the way home from work. Revived by the power of the Fate Awakening...
Geoff has long wanted to prove himself as an adventurer – but when he and his allies start taking part in expeditions down goblin-infested mines, they end up with more than they bargained for. After stumbling upon a deadly new ...
Fang doesn’t want to be a hero. As far as he’s concerned, a good day is one where he gets to eat as much good food as he wants. But when he pulls an enchanted sword from a stone, he finds himself partnered with Eryn...
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In the original Mugen Souls, the so-called undisputed goddess Chou-Chou made it her mission to take over the seven worlds and turn their inhabitants into her peons. Not content with that, she decides to go after another twelve ...
For over a hundred years, the witch Metallia has been unable to venture beyond the confines of her swamp. And when the world won’t come to the swamp, the only thing you can do is take the swamp to the world. To that end, ...
The Guided Fate Paradox is a game with so many different facets and levels that it seems impossible to ever master it all - and yet, it is all presented in a way that somehow makes sense. Players are guided into each system...
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