Book cover of “Systemless in a Parallel World“ by HideousGrain

Systemless in a Parallel World

  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Status: Completed
  • Language: English
  • Author: HideousGrain
  • Uploaded by user348144
As the Gods descended onto Earth to bless their children and save them from the threat of extinction, supernatural beings were born with the help of the System. However, not everyone was blessed. Zayn was a 'Normie,' but he was quite happy about that! Who the hell needs the Blessing of a God or a spoon-feeding system? I don't! As long as I have the... 

Parallel World [Prologue]

[If you don't like prologues, you might not like this one either. It might be a little bit confusing but that's fine. It's not your fault, it's mine :P Just skip it and you will feel much better :D]

There were many things that bothered me right from the moment I emerged in the parallel world.

Most of my memories were lost or blurry, and my body had regressed to that of a six-year-old kid.

I didn't even know anything about 'his' world, where I was, let alone what I was supposed to do.

However, what I could tell after spending only a few days in this world was pretty simple.

The person who had dumped me in this place was a fucked up idiot!

Had I not been extremely lucky, I would have died moments after I was teleported into the depths of a forest in the wilderness.

Fortunately, a team of adventurers found me.

They looked weirdly at me because it was unheard of a six-year-old to be wandering through the forest all alone, but the adventurers simply transported me away from the Forbidden Zone and left me in one of the human settlements without asking too many questions.

That was quite surprising.

They didn't really seem to care about me after they used weird spells on me either.

My wounds, if any, were healed and my body was examined several times when we arrived at the nearest Sanctuary before I was sent to an orphanage far away from the borders of the unexplored regions.

I stayed for four years in the orphanage before I was sent to an academy.

Even orphans ,which included me, one way or another, were given mandatory education from the age of ten to fourteen.

In these years, I learned a lot about the world I was thrown into without my consent. At least, I think I never consented to something like transmigration into a parallel world.

But my finds were different from what I expected.

The research topics included the change of society over the course of time, the threats humans had to face in the last hundreds of years, and various topics related to all the Gods who seemed to have appeared out of nowhere, at the same time…with the same goal.

Protect mankind.

No matter how hard I thought about it and researched to the fullest of my capabilities, I really didn't know how I was supposed to achieve that in this world.

This world had already been saved by the 'Heroes' who had been granted unimaginable powers by their own Gods.

It had already been several hundred years ago!

Of course, there was also human trash amongst true heroes and evil Gods with devious plans in mind. Nonetheless, I was pretty sure that this world had it much better than the world I came from.

My world had been a real mess, but I didn't really feel happy to end up in a parallel world where multiple realms had fused either.

Monsters and other races such as Devils and the existence of Demons made it sound as if a treacherous path awaited me, but I was not afraid of this world.

I was just a little confused.

There was no need for another hero in the batch of countless heroic existences that had appeared in the passage of hundreds of years.

Furthermore, I was just an ordinary human being… Well…I shouldn't really lie to myself about that.

I was far from ordinary…I've never been ordinary, to begin with.

I am a little bit weird...hehehe.

That was what I figured from the memories I recollected after I was transported to this world. I am weird, and someone sealed most of my memories for reasons best known to them.

I stayed all by myself and avoided mingling with others because I did not feel a kinship to those around me.

As I stuck out like a sore thumb, onstead of fooling around like other children around my age would usually do, I studied wherever I could. I did not have many ways for me to study what I wanted to find out, but I had to learn the written and spoken language that was universally used in mankind's territory.

I had endured the childish bullying of the young students who thought highly of themselves until the very end, and I worked hard to accumulate soul particles, the omnipotent energy of the Universe.

I got a little interested in this new world, a world that was much bigger than I could fathom.

It was a world where I could do whatever I wanted to as long as I was strong enough to overpower those who obstructed me…

And all I had to do was to wait for the day when the puzzle pieces would finally come together to reveal the big picture.

I would be prepared, no matter what happened…after all, I was given a new chance.

Once again. And I was going to make use of it!

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