The Oracle Paths

Have you ever wished you exactly knew how to accomplish your dreams? Not feeling the slightest doubt anymore? Being aware at any time how every choice, action and decision of yours affects your future? That's what happened to Jake Wilderth, a procrastinating young man without ambition. When a mysterious silver spaceship, popping out from nowhere, delivered to each Earthling a bracelet containing an AI introducing itself as the Oracle, their destiny changed. From a boring uneventful life Jake began to strive for greatness, treading his Path over the dead bodies of many. What a blessing it would have been if he was the only one profiting of such a gift! But when everyone became equal to face the future, he soon realized no gift comes for free.. Just a warning. Volume 1 sets the atmosphere in a Earth slowly degenerating into chaos and can be considered as a big prologue. It is slow and not as rewarding for the readers than mainstream stories on this website. If you can push through it will be worth it. For some real action you need to wait chap 27. =================================== Discord link: https://discord.gg/d8udP7Q

Arkinslize · Sci-fi
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First Real Day of Battle (part 1)


The two nearest Light Warriors immediately blocked his path. The first tried to smash his head with a massive rectangular shield, while the second vigorously thrust his halberd forward, intent on impaling him.

"Too slow," Jake tutted, dodging the first's shield with a backward neck sway, and with a precise front kick, sent the second warrior and his lance flying before the blow could land.

The one who had tried to crush his head with his shield hadn't yet realized the gap in their strength and directly followed up with a second shield bash, but in reverse this time. Jake dodged indifferently as before, but this time, he slipped under the shield by pivoting on himself with elusive footwork, before driving his elbow into the soldier's plexus. The steel breastplate now funneling into the thorax of his unlucky victim, Jake didn't even bother to check the result.