Second Life Ranker chapter 95 was released on August 13th, 2021. You can read the manga on Manga Freak. Second Life Ranker is a Japanese manga series.
Second Life Ranker is a Japanese manga series that has managed to grab the attention of the Anime and Manga community all around the globe. The series has amassed a massive fan following since its release because of the thrilling storyline. Let us take a brief look at the plot of Second Life Ranker.
About Second Life Ranker:
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It is the story of two twin brothers who get separated. Suddenly, Yeon-woo finds his long-lost brother’s pocket watch after years of separation. He finds a recorded message in the watch which said, “By the time you hear this, I guess I will be already dead”. Cha Jeong-woo, his twin brother had died in his attempt to climb the Obelisk tower.
Now Yeong-Woo must finish the task that his brother left incomplete. The events that follow make for an interesting storyline brimming with plot twists.
Brief plot summary of Chapter 95:
Yeon-woo gets a hold of “Stone of the Sage”. He was told by the ghost of Leonte, whom he summoned using his necromancy skills, that the stone is a very rare artifact and can significantly increase the mana levels of its owners. Meanwhile, Summer Queen is on a quest to find the said stone. She wants it as a replacement for her heart.
To unleash and use the powers of the Stone of Sage, Yeon-woo must find all the missing fragments of the stone and learn the art of alchemy.
Where to read the manga online:
Second Life Ranker is available on a lot of platforms and online websites. You can get access to the translated version of all the chapters through Manga Freak and Wuxiaworld.com. The aforementioned websites offer high-resolution images and accurate translations.
Second Life Ranker chapter 95 Release date
Second Life Ranker chapter 95 has already been released. Chapter 95 was released on August 13th, 2021, and the translated version was released one day later. You can read the chapter on the websites mentioned above.
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