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The decision of the gods to create humanity was a rather divisive one. With the gods becoming too violent to return to their former glory, there were many who welcomed the concept of humanity. They saw its creation as their legacy, a way to end their race on a happy note, rather than on the hatred that much of the universe had come to know them by. Then there were the troublemakers. The gods who saw humanity as nought but worthless apes who ought to be extinguished before their undeserved sense of pride led them to inevitably rise up against their soft creators. So it was that these hateful gods created the Aangshin. The ultimate weapon, born from the best parts of gods, monsters, and even demons. Only, his creation was a little too rushed. Rather than being a creature of ungodly rage and destruction as intended, Aangshin became a gentle soul, wanting only to befriend all those who wished pain upon him. If he wanted to fulfil his destiny to conquer humanity and all those who would dare protect it, his creators would have to teach him how to hate. Though of course, hatred can be a hard emotion to steer away from yourself if you act too carelessly…
The story follows Aangshin in his adventures through the world we once called Desolation, as he learns to harness the powers that are buried deep within him. As more people push him to hate, his body slowly evolves into a more monstrous form, and his mind devolves into something more demonic. Each of his fights become more dramatic and more brutal than the last, with a nice mixture of genuine martial arts choreography and over the top magic fighting. As he learns to harness his anger as a weapon, he questions who he should use it against. Those he was born to hate, or perhaps those who created him and had spent his entire life trying to manipulate him to do their bidding…

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