MMORPG: Rebirth as an Alchemist

For the sake of his family, Ren embarked on the popular VRMMORPG, COVENANT, that used real-time in-game currency. But being a mediocre player who only knows how to gather information, he was put in a supporting role. As the game explodes in popularity and every multibillion-dollar company invested in the game, things have turned for the worse for Ren. Due to the amount of information he gathered, the cheats, secrets, quests, and bugs he discovered, he was silent in fear of selling the information to the other guilds. But given a second chance, he went back in time when his father was still alive and COVENANT was just in its starting phase. This time . . . he wouldn’t be that guy on the side who gathered information from day in and day out for ten years. Equipped with the games knowledge he accumulated, he will become . . . an Alchemist! Chrono Mage? Djin Master? Summoner? Necromancer? Chaos Lord? What good are those? Sure they’re powerful and rare classes and sought after by guilds, but it’s the alchemist who forged artifacts and concocts rare items and potions that gets the most coins at the end of the day! It was better than being a blacksmith or a crafter! Plus, he could use all sorts of magic without limit to race and class! It was the ultimate class! And no one even knows it!

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The Fate of Twin Moon Axe Clan 2

"Orakh is dead!"

At the announcement, the Orcs all went into chaos and went to see Orakh's corpse carried by his fellow warriors.

Evie and Ragnar looked at the commotion before they stared at Ren in the eyes. He was the only player who remained in his seat with a calm face and even breath.

"Ren . . . Orakh just died," said Evie, voice laced with concern in case that Ren missed the news.

"Ah . . . yeah. It's part of the mission to get the mask," replied Ren.

The indifference in his voice shocked Evie.

"You . . . you're not worried or sad at all?" she asked. Orakh had been with them since they got here. Though he was only an NPC, he didn't feel like one. He was more of a person than anything else.

In fact, Evie was treating Orakh like a player because he acted like one. A real person.

Ren only gave a half-shrug. "To get that mask and the true ending of the quest, some sacrifices have to be made."