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Honestly WTF is wrong with this father... why can't you be a little like a father you jerk
I see you everywhere
Well let’s just see whats going to happen no use of figuring out whatever is happening
Rip to the t/n brain cells doing all that translate what a legend
Is that really a spoiler?
Break its box! That was a decent looking move though. Killing someone with money has some Martial Arts Reigns vibes.
Not fast enough mofo
at such a young age? So bold🤭
Man thats a very different art dimensions from the whole series
2 cute fairy loli's with op magic.
Price: 1 shitty shield
Seems like a pretty sweet deal. In fact, the hero got fleeced. 👌💯
Oh yeah. Little shits thought they're "protected"
Well guess what? Y'all dead meat now
well it was kinda obvious whenever she sees her hubby hurt her blessing spurts out lol.
I don't get what type of service the author wants this chapter to serve the story...
First the author wants us to hate the parents by showing us a very one-sided view of the events that transpired through the eyes of the one most affected by them, where the parents assume that everything is fine and that they can dedicate most of their attention to the sickly child without realizing that they're neglecting one of their children who's taking it very personally, then the author tries to humanize and actually turn them into characters by showing the nuance of the situation, and while they may have fucked up there's still a possibility of redemption with some of the fault lying on the protagonist for never speaking out, which I personally liked.
But now the author is turning them into cardboard villains again for no reason other than showing us "how cool" her other possible love interest is, which in turn can possibly create a wall on these character's road for redemption... and for what?