I am the God of Technology

Dante is a budding young man who has the dreams and hopes of entering society with his own skills, independent of the help of family and friends. As a small-time app developer, he eventually tries to jailbreak his new phone when a malfunction occurs, and his phone swallows him into a wormhole. On the other side, Dante appears in an alleyway of a bustling city... Avalon! This futuristic city leaves him dumbfounded until he is prompted by his phone which has now merged into his body that he can travel between two universes, Earth and the Eternal Universe. Can Dante achieve his dreams with the fortunate starting point granted to him? And how could the universe sit by and let him grow without challenging him at every step? ----------------------------------------------- Discord: https://discord.gg/HU8GbjfTq2

Kotario · Sci-fi
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"Yes. We didn't know why at first, but it became apparent later when Luka dug deep into it. If Deus created Caelo out of curiosity and loneliness, then he created Myra purely as an experiment," Etz Chaim explained slowly.

"His train of thought was simple: since Caelo was created as an adult, that might be the reason he became rebellious against authority. So the next god he created should be a child that will look at him more like a father figure, and therefore be more attached as well as controllable."

"He eventually got bored, though, after raising Myra here like a father for a few decades and left her to grow on her own while he developed plans for the next universe and his next experiment."

"It was then that he tampered with the initially strict but benevolent Lara, turning her into a ticking time bomb that would only get worse with time, leading to the current situation," Etz Chaim concluded weakly.