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Second Life Ranker Chapter 101: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Second Life Ranker Ranker Chapter 101 is expected to release on October 1, 2021. Fans are excited. You can read it on Tapas.

Second Life Ranker also known as The Ranker who lives twice is a Korean manga, written and illustrated by Sa Doyeon and Nong Nong. It is an action, fantasy and adventure-themed manga adapted from Sa Doyeon’s novel of the same name. Tapas licensed the publication of Second Life Ranker manga.

About Second Life Ranker

Yeon-woo’s twin brother disappeared five years ago. His brother’s sudden disappearance and his mother’s death made him cold-blooded. When his brother’s pocket watch falls into his hand, Yeon-woo found a hidden diary. It recorded “By the time you hear this, I guess I will be already dead.”

The diary recorded his brother’s life on Obelisk (The Tower of Sun God), a place where several universes and dimensions intersect. From his brother’s diary, Yeon learns the truth about his brother’s disappearance. His brother had died after being betrayed while he climbed the tower. Yeon decides to climb the tower to avenge his brother.

He receives powers from the pocket watch of his brother. He gains skills like draconic eyes, heightened senses, and foresight. His abilities improve with time. Yeon-woo becomes a ‘Player’ and is reawakened as a human blessed with the dragon bloodline. Due to his actions and achievements, 41 Gods and 55 high-level demons become interested in him and offer him to become their apostle.

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Second Life Ranker Ranker Chapter 101 Release Date

It is expected to release on October 1, 2021. New chapters of Second Life Ranker usually release weekly on Fridays. English translation will be available within two to three days of the original release.

Second Life Ranker Ranker Chapter 101

Where to Read Online

You can read it online on Tapas. Official English translation of Second Life Ranker is published on Tapas.

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