Sword God in a World of Magic

The God of this world had grown angry and frustrated yet again. His world was supposed to entertain him! It was supposed to be fun to watch! Yet, every single guy in his world only practiced Magic all of the time! This was so boring! "Alright, that's it. I need someone else, someone who actually has some originality to show my world that there's more than just Magic. I need someone that is willing to destroy themselves and others on his path to power. I need someone that doesn't crack under any mortal danger." "I should check out that other planet. Yes, you!" Alex was an ex-fighter trying to come to terms with normal life. Sadly, his life ended in tragedy, but before he could enter the afterlife, he was pulled away by a God that wants him to fix his world. Watch Alex as he dominates the world of Mages and becomes the only Sword God in a World full of nothing but Mages! ----- 2 Chapters a day at 3 am China-time. This is my second novel. You can also check out my first novel, Lightning Is the Only Way. Discord link: https://discord.gg/EfePH46Aru

Warmaisach · Fantasy
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Chapter 318 – Deciphering the Technique

Over the next couple of days, Shang trained the gathered barbarians. Since they were now more people, Shang could create pairs. That slowed individual growth, but it allowed Shang to teach more people at once.

Shang mostly only walked around and corrected the movements of the group like an instructor.

'To think that I actually got my own gym now,' Shang thought as he looked at the barbarians training with each other.

From time to time, Shang also trained with Lash since he was too powerful for everyone else at the moment.

However, most of the time, Shang focused on the technique.

He was trying to devise the last component of the technique on his own.

'By now, I'm pretty sure about how the technique works.'

'First, the barbarian has to empty their Mana to make space for the beast's Mana.'

'After that, they consume a huge chunk of the beast's Mana by consuming their heart.'