Divine Emperor of Death

Tian Long, an orphan without much of a life in both his thirty year long life and lifespan! To him, a single opportunity was displayed to transmigrate into another world with his Death Book! "What's this? Is this the body of a three year old? Davis? Is this my name from now on?" Finding himself possessing a small child, he becomes inwardly conflicted before he faces the truth and his reality! Young Davis finds himself as the legal heir, the Crown Prince of the Loret Empire in the Grand Sea Continent, becoming a powerful cultivator in a short time... However, is that all? Follow his journey as Young Davis becomes a full fledged death's advocate while embodying into the Divine Emperor of Death in the world of cultivation! "Mn? The route to become the Emperor is a given? Nah, I still don't want it..." "Oh? I'm courting death you say? Unfortunately for you, death is already my woman..." == Almost 200,000 words (Around 170 Chapters) available for free! == Cover Title Edit credits goes to Hesreth! == English isn't my main language, so please bear with it if you found some mistakes. == Want to see more official art of the story and discuss the story with others? Join the Discord! Discord and support links https://discord.gg/xcqXR6p https://www.patreon.com/stardust_breaker == Power Stones Ranking (Updated : 29th September 2022) 16th so far Golden Ticket Ranking: 11th so far Other than this, I'm planning for individual mass releases as well but don't rely on it.

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Little Davis and Little Evelynn

Davis rushed to see Evelynn. He couldn't wait to take a look at his son and daughter again, wondering if they had named them already.

He knew his son would most likely be named by Isabella, and as for his daughter, Evelynn should name her if anyone didn't have better names. He could think of many names, but whatever he thought, he imagined that they could think of it as well, especially Mingzhi since she could be familiar with the old world.

Nonetheless, he didn't care if they all thought the same or different. For all he cared, he could put the names on a waiting list and give them to the tons of children he was going to have.

He made it to the first wife's chamber and saw that it was a bit crowded.

This made him smile as he wished for them all to be always united.

Stepping into the chamber that was already open, Davis heard plenty of laughter.