Relife Player: After 30% of Korea’s population was massacred by monsters, Players were the people’s last hope. In a battle against those monsters, a Player named Noh Eunha was on the verge of death, but he was miraculously sent back to when he was a baby! Now that he knows what’s to come, he’s building up the mana he lacked in his past life while trying to convince his parents not to make the same choices that led to their deaths. But how can a 6-year-old Eunha convince his parents that he knows best?
Relife Player: In this life, I will definitely change my fate and become the destined Relife Player. The world may have treated me harshly before, but now I have a second chance, and I won’t waste it.
As I grew older, extraordinary abilities became evident in me. The Abyss Dungeon had left a mark on my soul, granting powers beyond comprehension. I could feel the strength coursing through me, enabling me to confront the once-haunting monsters. With this newfound power, I was determined to protect my loved ones and eliminate any threats that crossed my path.
However, becoming a true Relife Player was not an easy path. Countless challenges and trials tested my resolve and determination. The world I lived in was treacherous, filled with betrayal and deceit, but I refused to let it break me. Instead, my past experiences fueled my determination and kept my heart guarded to avoid the same pain again.
Along the way, I encountered others who had also suffered in life, people who had lost their way and given up on their dreams. I couldn’t bear to see them suffer, so I extended my hand to help them find hope once more. Together, we formed an unbreakable bond.
As I honed my skills and gathered allies, I caught wind of a sinister force that threatened the very fabric of our world. An ancient evil was awakening, one that had been sealed away for centuries. It sought to plunge the world into chaos and despair.
Throughout my journey, I never forgot the pain of losing my family or the bitterness that had once consumed me. It served as a constant reminder of what I was fighting for – a future where no one would have to endure such suffering.