Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is a high fantasy cultivation novel that tells the story of Noah Osmont, an average young adult, who was once the weakest hunter but then rose to power later on.
The story Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is set in a dystopian timeline wherein after the apocalypse, a new world arises, and so is the appearance of the so-called awakened.
One could also become awakened through learning from the skill book dropped by dead monsters. And the awakened can increase his powers by killing more monsters.Discover new content on-the-go with Wehear
- Part 1: Main Story Of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse
- Part 2: Hot Chapters from Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse
Part 1: Main Story Of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse
At first, in the Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse, Noah Osmont begins as a frank who is near to getting to the awakened level. Using the best strategies in combat, he was able to reach the awakened level.
Noah lost his parents in the apocalypse. He was the only one who survived. During the apocalypse, people like them – the awakened are considered heroes. The awakened are tasked to protect humans from the monster. And for every monster they kill, their powers increase too.
Fortunately, Noah overcomes all the struggles at the bottom until he obtains his hunter’s license. As Noah does his duty as awakened and continues to learn from the skill book he was caught in a mysterious situation.
He never got exhausted despite his being frank and his energy was all consumed. He doesn’t know what was mysteriously sustaining his strength but a somewhat rare type of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse.
Now, with this Infinite mana, Noah’s strength has become limitless. If you haven’t checked out Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse by Audi, here is a glimpse of its trending chapters.
Part 2: Hot Chapters from Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse
Chapter 1 – Awaken
Of course, the opening chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is explosive. This is the turning point of the story, where Noah has got a skill book and is surprisingly introduced to his status as a frank fighter. Here, he hasn’t reached the awakened level but wondered why he never got exhausted throughout the fight like he was already a high-rank awakened.
Chapter 4 – Is That A Rookie?
This chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse would make you feel like you are in a virtual game world. This is a suspenseful chapter wherein Noah, after having an encounter in Ape’s Paradise, was about to go again into another beast’s dungeon.
At this point, he was unlikely to be dressed even for an F-hunter, and people were wondering why he was confident despite that he seemed to be a rookie.
Yet, Noah in this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse has exuded courage far beyond for a low-level hunter like him, and the funny thing is his outfit was just a low key that it didn’t seem to match his arrogance.
Chapter 6 – Choosing New Skill
This chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse initiated reactions from readers. The highlight of this chapter was Noah’s visit to the shop to buy some skill books. Here different types of skills to be acquired were introduced in detail.
This is interesting because as a reader, especially if you’re the gamer type too, the crafting and explanations of power skills are interesting. Also at this point, Noah’s strength level continues to increase.
Another highlight of this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is that, here, we got to see Noah’s life during the apocalypse as days of flashbacks were told of how he lost his parents and got into the hunter’s world.
I won’t be very detailed with the events in this chapter lest I spoil the fun, but I would say that this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Universe, may not be action-packed but an informative one. Here we get to understand Noah’s motivations and his power skills.
Chapter 10- Goblin’s King Abode
Now, this is an action-packed chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse. Noah was in another dungeon – the Goblin King’s Abode. Unlike with other dungeons he had gone through, the Goblin’s king was more difficult, and going there must be done with a wise strategy.
So, here it does not depend on the skill of the hunter alone, but also on how intelligent a hunter is in executing the hunting. Like with the typical game world, the Goblin’s King dungeon’s layout has many floors where hunters are transported to each floor once they finish a certain level.
Fortunately, Noah was at the point where he was now searching for the big boss. And what was unexpected in this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is that the big boss was big. He’s a 6-meter tall monster. So, Noah wrestled with the Goblin King, despite the enormous difference in their strength.
Chapter 24- An End And A Beginning
This chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is sad but I like it because here we got a full understanding of the plot flow. It isn’t all action but we got to connect more with the hero, as his emotions and reasons for survival were more shown in this chapter.
Also, at the beginning scenes of this chapter, it seems that Noah, throughout his hunting life has already gained some friends he could trust. So, he’s with a girl here, who’s equally badass as him.
What’s sad in this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse was the city’s ending. As how a dystopian plot story should be, human lives here in Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse have become hopeless, and a city reaching its extinction is inevitable.
So, here, Noah has got to witness that pain again, which made him recall the horrible experience he got before he became awakened. But what’s surprising in this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is that in the end, we get to see that Noah was able to build up innumerable power skills.
How? Events weren’t shown in detail, and that makes a good cliffhanger in this chapter of Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse.
Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse is a distinct high fantasy game novel that gamer readers would surely love. This is especially attractive to male readers as almost every chapter is action-packed, and the cultivation of skills is awesome, it gives you the feeling like you were playing some virtual games.
But what I like most about Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse book, is that the chapters come with a story. Though most are action scenes, it’s not just all power cultivation. There is a plot flow, and we got to connect to the character. We got to understand his reason for survival, his dreams, and his goal.
And I think this is what Infinite Mana In The Apocalypse sets apart from the game novels that I read.Discover new content on-the-go with Wehear