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After the Full Level of the Profession

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Robb has played for several years in a game that allows players to freely change jobs. He has all the proficiency of all professions. He has established the largest guild in the whole server, played through the most difficult dungeons, and singled out epic bosses. Participated in a great power war of a thousand people…

When he had no pursuit and prepared to retreat, he accidentally crossed into a different world of swords and magic, and inherited all the abilities brushed out in the game.

What’s the point of adventure? I’m tired of fighting and killing!
He just wants to retreat in a low-key manner and be a lazy person.
Yes, strength is not allowed.

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Short Title:AFLP
Alternate Title:全职业满级之后
Author:Endless changes
Weekly Rank:#2471
Monthly Rank:#1289
All Time Rank:#806
Tags:Businessmen, Economics, Game Elements, Harem, Kingdom Building, Late Romance, Lazy Protagonist, Loyal Subordinates, Male Protagonist, Misunderstandings, Modern Knowledge, Overpowered Protagonist, Perverted Protagonist, Politics, Protagonist Strong from the Start, Slaves, Slow Romance, Strong from the Start, Sword And Magic, System, Transmigration, Wars,
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  1. It was enjoyable at first but after 250+ chapters it gets boring with mc playing sim city all the time. Nothing worth exciting is happening and mc is doing nothing but lazed around playing godfather. There is no exciting character to take note of in this novel. Pretty blend.

  2. I thought he want to be lazy for the rest of his life then suddenly he enrolled in a academy, I don't get logic here he has everything, power, people and territory and yet he still went to academy.

  3. So, you would rather read the same thing happening over and over again than a new different plot diverging from the previous repetitive one? Then ur taste in novels suck.

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