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Hunter Academy: Revenge of the Weakest

What do the words Third-Rate Villain mean? Doesn't every human being possess their own background story? Just because a game hadn't explored one's background story, does it mean those characters are irrelevant? In a world where video games come to life, Astron Natusalune is introduced as a seemingly insignificant character—a third-rate villain with a minor role. However, this ordinary facade belies a haunting past that has shaped Astron into the vengeful soul he has become. Someone who would do everything for his vengeance. What will occur if Astron's soul combines with one from Earth? Will he relinquish his position as a third-rate villain, or will he forge a new path? Driven by a singular purpose—to avenge his sister's tragic death and bring justice to a cruel world—Astron embarks on a transformative journey. Witness the journey of the Astron as the young boy experiences a profound shift in his own values as he witnesses firsthand the consequences of unchecked vengeance and the true complexities of morality. -----------------------------------0------------------------------------ Chapter length 1750-2500 At least one chapter a day. You can check my discord if you want. You will be able to see the illustrations here and engage in a conversation with me if I am available. https://discord.gg/BQRMhDxZr8

Darkness_Enjoyer · Fantasy
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Chapter 74.3 - Suspicions

"Well, I guess this is where we part ways," Ethan said, a hint of reluctance in his voice.

Jane nodded, a small smile playing on her lips. "Yeah. Thank you for spending time with me, Ethan. I really enjoyed it."

Ethan returned her smile, feeling a warmth spread through him at her words. "No, thank you, Jane. I had a great time, too."

They stood there for a moment, simply enjoying each other's presence before Ethan cleared his throat awkwardly.

"I guess I'll see you around then," he said, taking a step back.

Jane nodded, her smile widening. "Definitely. Take care, Ethan."

With one final wave, Ethan turned and walked away, his heart feeling lighter than it had in a long time. As he walked, he couldn't help but feel grateful for the unexpected friendship he had found in Jane, and he silently vowed to cherish it always.

And as he disappeared around the corner, Jane watched him go, a soft smile lingering on her lips.