Synopsis translated from Qidian
The first time Yan Zhaoge crossed worlds, he landed in a martial warrior civilization that was at the peak of prosperity. He ended up in the book storage building the the Divine Palace, which collected and preserved the classics of the entire world from all fields of knowledge. However, a world class calamity struck soon after and even the Divine Palace was destroyed.
Yan Zhaoge’s soul once again crossed over, but this time he arrived in the same world, except countless years have passed.
With his brain full of rare books and classics from the era of peak prosperity, Yan Zhaoge’s second crossing over to the present era was like a gamer who was used to playing hell mode suddenly finding himself playing the game on easy mode.
That was just way too awesome.
But before that, he needs to fix a certain problem.
“I’m not a main character? In fact, I’m actually the the main character’s love rival and the antagonistic Mr. Perfect senior martial brother? This script is wrong!”
PS from author: ‘History’s Number One Founder’ is already complete with 4.6 million characters, I welcome you readers who have favourited and fed my book until it became fat to enjoy this book as well.
Warning about this series
Those of you who read History’s Number One Founder probably won’t mind but for the rest of you, this is a warning. There is an element of parody to this series. At the very beginning we have a plot very similar to ‘Martial World’ (translated by gravity), except our protagonist after reincarnation takes the role of the antagonist/love rival who stole away the main character’s childhood friend. Many of our protagonist’s enemies may seem familiar because the author loves to parody other series. For example, an alchemist who has reincarnated and uses his unrivaled pill concocting abilities and other miscellaneous knowledge to uphold his weighty pride and get what he wants. Or perhaps, a warrior who has died in the future and is given a second chance, but this time, he uses his knowledge from the future to obtain many relics of power to further his martial path and protect his world from invasion. Those sound familiar right? I’m pretty sure the first one is a reference to ‘The Strongest Dan God’ but the latter one could be a number of series such as ‘Tales of Demons and Gods’ or ‘Limitless Sword God’ or some other series.