It is the year 2100 A.D., and humans have developed a virtual reality game with a realism level of 99%. Feng Lan, due to a bet with her twin brother, vows to succeed in playing the game without using her "female benefits." Due to this, she becomes the first and only female to play as a male character in "Second Life." As her infamy rises as a bloodthirsty warrior, can she keep her identity a secret from her real life acquaintances whom she has beaten up?
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I personally hated the ending half of the novel that this manhua is based on. It made me go WTF when things developed to that stage. Totally surreal. I suppose I can suspend my belief but still...
Anyone thinks that the main character is a pretty childish person who doesn't deserve her love interests? Might not be that clear in the manhua, but when I was reading the novel, I was cursing at her for fooling around with people's feelings.
Well, it does look like she's playing with people's feelings in the manhua too, esp. girls. But you know those girls are fools for falling for someone in a game. Gui explicitly stated that he's in love with Prince in the game and he's fine with it. But some girls just don't get it.
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I'm not sure of the English version of this manhua as I usually read from the Chinese site. The only time I read in English is when the manhua is scanlated and updated.
This series of novels have completed and I have read them as well. However I am still following the manhua version of it. The story is comical and makes me laugh a lot. From the novels, I was very surprised and amazed with the conclusion of the story. It was really unexpected.