After he’s killed by the righteous leader of his own guild, Woojin gets a chance to start over. This time he’s not interested in saving the world from monsters—he’s got his sights set on revenge! His high-level kills quickly garner him notoriety among the game plebs, while boosting his stats as he masterminds his way closer to the top. But there's something no one can figure out: whose side he’s playing for. Now that he knows how to play to win, Woojin will stop at nothing to destroy the hero!
I enjoy the basis of this story, which is extremely similar to Solo Leveling. Art is really good, plot is intense and will make you cynical, and the main character is someone you can truly enjoy. Taking the side of an "antagonist" this story isn't really lacking in any way, and unlike typical things spun off from Solo Leveling the main character isn't an overall beast and there's continual development to them.
Review: Mc has such a cunning and systematic way of hunting. He has that ultimate goal and you can actually see how he destroys everything down related to it. I can't wait to see what he'll do next. He has such a sexy mind! Synopsis: Kim Woo Jin was betrayed by the 'Master', Messiah Guild's Hero, that he trusted to save the world. Unfortunately, it was all just fake. After dying and going back again in the past, he has a new goal. He will 'HUNT' down this so called HERO.
I've read up to chapter 31 and nothing interesting has happened yet, this is like a bargain store version of solo leveling. First of all the MC has no personality, there's nothing that's encouraging him besides revenge, then there's the fact that he hasn't even struggled in a fight with a monster yet, I mean sure the story revolves more around humans rather than the dungeons but at least show some kind of difficulty, also I don't like when a character's development is just "I have a new skill".
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