/ Fantasy / Prodigy With Alternate Multiverse Chat Group System
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In a normal and average modern world where a prestigious academy nurtures elites in a certain field who are known as "Supreme" such as [Supreme Inventor], Allen Walker suffers from being called 'average'. Allen Walker can't accept why he has to be average when a few are fortunate to be born as either a genius or prodigy. After a week of self-loathing, when all of his hope was lost, a sound snap him back to reality, or is it insanity?
[A suitable host has been found! Prodigy System at your service!]
[Hello darling! Chuu~ Harem Protagonist System at your service! Or do you want my service in bed instead?]
[A wild Anti-loner System has appeared!]
[Fiction fanatic, praise thee and thou shalt be graced with the Multiverse Traveler System!]
Before Allen can even choose a system, another too familiar sound harassed his ears.
[For achieving a thousand system requests which are a one in a decillion chance to occur, a Supreme Being was forced to use Divine Intervention.]
[Merging all of the thousand systems to create the most versatile and advanced system... Merging complete! Alternate Multiverse Chat Group System has been obtained!]
After accepting the Alternate Multiverse Chat Group System, Allen becomes a prodigy and the Chat Group's Admin and has no choice but to chat with beings from other universes.
Beings with suspicious, delusional, and eccentric names such as [I Love Mathematics], [Lolicon Shota Cultivator With Soul Fetish], [Sword Forge From Chaos], [Self-Proclaimed Genius Goblin Hero], [Reality's Bitch], [Time Manipulator Of The Apocalypse], and [Delusional Modern World Chuunibyou]
The chat group introduces Allen as [Supreme Order] as he chats with the otherworldly beings to find out the secret behind the Alternate Multiverse Chat Group.
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