Idle Mage: Humanity's Strongest Backer

They said they came from out of nowhere. There were no signs of their arrival nor there were any loud sounds. One day, Humanity woke up and was forced to accept their existence...along with the destruction they brought with them. Ashton West, a orphan and a transmigrator from Earth. He woke up in this near-apocalyptic world without anyone else to rely on aside from himself. Thankfully, he was blessed with a golden finger that came with his transmigration package! Ashton: This world needs a Hero...sadly, I can't be bothered to be one. Ashton: Surely there's someone out there who can fulfill that role. As for me? Well... "Being 'Humanity's Strongest Backer' doesn't sound so bad." *** Disclaimer: 1. Cover's not mine. Found it online and edited it. This is for temporary use. Hit me up if this is yours and want it to be taken down. 2. Don't expect perfection. It doesn't exist. 3. I'm not in a race with the other authors. I have my own update schedule. Don't worry, it's frequent enough. All your support will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for checking out my work!

Hateful_Fellow · Fantasy
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Prelude to another Chaos

Ashton wasn't having it today...

He hasn't slept for almost a week now. Typically, this shouldn't be a problem since sleep doesn't really do much for people like him at this point but the stress is what makes it worse.

Ever since Felicia and Mary brought back the news that the Celestials and the Hypogeans noticed Humanity's development despite the preparations he made, Ashton hasn't been able to rest easy.

He won't lie, yes he is indeed afraid. He won't deny that.

This mostly stems from the unknown factors all around him. For one, he didn't have any idea just how many enemies were there. He knows that there's a lot but he wants to know exactly how many.

Though, does that truly even matter? If there was so much then what's the point of counting? Aren't they screwed either way?

At this point, he knows that he's just making it even more stressful for himself. But he can't just stop worrying about their situation.