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[You have entered the dungeon at Gwachun Station’s 1st Exit.] “What is this?”
A necromancer had returned to earth after 20 years, and the subway station…No, it was a dungeon.

Bow down to the splendor of the one man as I begin to ravage the world.

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 105

Chapter 105 – Dimensional Domain (3) “What the heck is the Synchronization Probability?” Woojin was rubbing his chin when he saw and read the explanation located at the bottom of the window. It was written that he would be able to gain territory equal to his Synchronization Probability. “That’s not too bad.” Woojin pressed the ‘Domain Declaration’ button on his Information Window. <You have declared the Wyvern’s Nest as your Dimensional Domain.> <Before the Ranking can be recorded, would you like to change the name?> Did he even need to think about it?  Of course, it was Alandal. <Kahng-woojin has

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 104

Chapter 104 – Dimensional Domain (2)  “Koo-kook.  You hit me, just because I disguised myself a little bit.  I have to give it to you.  You have a really rotten personality.” Lee-sahngho shrugged his shoulders as he looked around his surrounding.  Woojin smirked. No, he swung his Staff as he laughed. Puh-uhk! Lee-sahngho jumped back in surprise.  Woojin’s staff followed after him, and in the end, it hit Lee-sahngho’s side. “Fuck!” What an ignorant son of a bitch. Regardless of being Iello’s vassal, he just really wanted to kill this son of a bitch. Son of a bitch, Kahng-woojin. “What

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 103

Chapter 103 – Dimensional Domain  Woojin took out the Dimensional Fragments from his inventory. He gained one at Pyeongyang, Melody had given him one, and he had just found one more right now.  He had a total of 3. Weeeeeng. The fist sized gems rose into the air as it resonated. The vibrating gems swirled around, and it combined to create a single gem.  Then it started to slowly descend.  Woojin snatched it out of the air, and the bright light disappeared.  A purple light vibrated inside the gem as it rippled.  The light was swaying as if it was

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 102

Chapter 102 – Juliel’s Wilderness (2) Woojin opened his Point Store to see if there were any items regarding this event.  The Point Store had Skill Books, but it also sold numerous regular books [Stewardship of the Dimensional Domain] “I guess this is it….” It was manual on how to govern a Dimensional Domain.  However, there was a problem.  The price was 2,000 Achievement Points, so that wasn’t the problem. The problem was it had a lock on it, so he wouldn’t be able to read it. <Only the Corresponding Grade can have access to it.> Woojin looked at his

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 101

Chapter 101 – Juliel’s Wilderness  “W…what’s happened?” “Let’s talk a little bit later.” Woojin left Sunggoo, and he headed towards Juliel. “Was it you? Were you the one going around and causing Dungeon Breaks?” Woojin’s heart ran cold.  When he returned after attaching 6 Shadows to the terrorists of interest, Holy Maiden Melody informed him of the situation in Korea.  Daegoo had an unexpected Dungeon Break. He was quickly getting ready to head back to Korea when he heard about the broadscale Dungeon Breaks in Seoul.  When all the news channels were talking about the situation, Woojin decided to catch

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 100

Chapter 100 – Bullet Taxi “Hooo.   So what happened here?” At Sunggoo’s question, one of the Roused next to Haesol spoke. “Ah-yoo. You don’t know the half of it.  It started at the Sadahng station, then the nearby Dungeons Broke in succession.  Currently, the entire city of Seoul is in a state of emergency.  I’m not sure which guild you are from….” At a glance, they could tell Sunggoo’s combat ability was extraordinary. With this much skill, he should be a famous high rank Roused.  However, his face was unfamiliar to them, so they carefully asked Sunggoo the question.

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 99

Chapter 99 – Hong-sunggoo’s Rush (2)  “Isn’t that person a bit suspicious?” The employee shrugged his shoulder at Woo-soonghoon’s words. “People like that are quite common. He’s probably a Roused.” “Is it?” Artifacts came in a variety of forms. People took out insurance on it, since the precious Artifacts might be stolen. Still, there were those who wore it out in the open occasionally. Moreover, it wasn’t rare to see people wearing swords and spears near the stations. Ddi-ri-di-ri ding ding! Soonghoon’s handphone rang. When he took it out, he saw that it was Kim-haemin who had been promoted to

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 98

Chapter 98 – Hong-sunggoo’s Rush [Currently, the Dungeon Break is suspected to have occurred at an already cleared Dungeon.  This event is unprecedented, and this scene is a recreation of the Dungeon Shock…] Everyone’s insides became numb as they watched the news flash. “What the hell is going on?” How could a Dungeon suddenly break without the 30 day wait period? When everyone had fallen into a state of panic, the door to the room opened. “Vice president.  We’ve received a request from the Ministry of National Defense.  All Roused are order to stop clearing the Dungeons.  They are ordered

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 97

Chapter 97 – Dismay (2)  The US government couldn’t even announce the cessation of hostilities yet.  The troops didn’t even have to keep the public peace, since the insurgents had all disappeared from the territories that had been held by the rebels.  However, the Afghan government, the US government and the UN council had to hold talks about this unprecedented event. While they were having this discussion, several members of the UN dispatched their troops as peacekeepers. Already half the American forces that had been stationed in Afghanistan had moved out.  They expected small acts of terror from the last

Seoul Station’s Necromancer Chapter 96

Chapter 96 –  Dismay Too-too-too-too-too. Above the burning battlefield, two US army helicopters were in the air. The government made a big deal about deciding whether to attack the rebel’s stronghold or not, but the US had been carrying out a small scale guerrilla attack on the insurgents for a while now.  Moreover, the A team had rescued countless hostages, and destroyed numerous key infrastructures.  They had completed numerous missions. The men wore sunglasses, and an inner-ear mic.  The noisy rotor of the helicopter didn’t interfere with their conversation. “Wow.  What the hell are we seeing right now?” “It’s surprising.”