Cain finds it not at all unpleasant to be drawn into a make-believe world that no one ever leaves. He had a drinking problem, had dropped out of high school, and was on disability because of his poor health, so it’s not like he had much to lose but a few loyal pals he didn’t talk to enough.
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Cain wakes up after a long night of drinking and sees what he thinks is the character creation screen of one of his favorite virtual reality games, but he has no memory of ever having bought it. He enters this new world as a Puppet Master, a Summoning-based class that no one else in the beginning zone has ever heard of, due to his unintentional choice to use the Random Character Creation option without realizing that the choice would be permanent.
He quickly learns, however, that this is not a game; he and hundreds of others have been transported to a different planet with no instructions, no obvious objectives, and no way to return. What will Cain be able to do with this second chance to live a good life?
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