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In the Age of Mythology, I Evolved Into a Stellar Behemoth

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Above the sky, the thousands-meter-long Kun flew over the city, ignoring the missile bombardment.

In Australia, the thousand-meter-long giant python destroyed the city, devoured millions of people, and left slowly under the explosion of several nuclear bombs.

Coming to this dangerous world, Chen Chu, who accidentally obtained a newt clone, was a little at a loss.

What can palm-sized hexagonal salamanders do?

Shooting videos to earn traffic? Go to the creek to catch shrimp? Or…evolve into a giant beast?

A hexagonal salamander, also known as the hexagonal dragon, has infinite evolution ability, and gradually evolves into a mythical and legendary monster that destroys the world.

Body length of hundreds of meters, kilometers, tens of thousands of meters…

And under the characteristics of synchronous strengthening, Chen Chu’s body is also getting stronger, the strength is getting bigger and bigger, the speed is getting faster and faster, and even…

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Short Title:IAMIEISB
Alternate Title:神话纪元,我进化成了恒星级巨兽
Author:See you at the top of Qunyu Mountain
Weekly Rank:#80
Monthly Rank:#24
All Time Rank:#4287
Tags:Clones, Evolution, Handsome Male Lead, Level System, Male Protagonist, Modern World, Mysterious Past, Netori, Past Plays a Big Role, Past Plays a Big Role Protagonist, Past Trauma, Tragic Past, Transmigration,
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  1. This novel is not that bad, it is even one of the most normal novel out there, no slap facing plot, and no cliche, personnally recommended.

  2. Meh, the other cultivation novels have way too many cliches and annoying characters to actually put it along with those. Seriously, the generic cultivation novel typically has a young master, pointless academy arc(this one actually learns during school), female characters being absolutely useless and falls in love with the protagonist in 8 seconds, too many murder scenes, sometimes unnecessary murdering a clan because of arrogance, pointless side characters who don’t develop, constantly retraining new characters of older characters who got left behind, too many realms, yelping about killing heaven, bullies(for modern day), arrogance(especially modern day cultivators), etc. Albeit I’ve read on 24 chapters, it largely avoided annoying cliches but has a bit too much dialogue and training for those 24 chapters

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