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Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 366: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 366 is to be released on 11 February 2022. Fans are eagerly looking forward to the next episode.

Mad Snail created the fantasy Chinese manga Tales of Demons and Gods. Qidian is the publisher of the series. The ongoing light novel and manga have also been adapted into animation.

The anime closely follows the plot of the novel and is updated twice a week. The episodes are as short as 7 minutes. The anime is currently in its 5th season.

 

Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 366: Plot

The protagonist of this novel, Nie Li, is the most powerful of the Demon Spirits. However, he is killed in a battle with a Sage Emperor, a six-deity ranked beast. He’s fallen from the top of the martial world to a being of low cultivation.

His soul is reborn back in time to when he was 13 years old. He is the poorest of his peers, but he is the fastest cultivator. He grows stronger to defend his city, which was destroyed by beasts in his previous life.

 

Nie Li is given a new lease on life. The opportunity to right wrongs, to save his loved ones and his city. A second chance to fight the Sage Emperor and avenge his death. He is guided by his vast knowledge and wisdom from his previous life.

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Despite beginning as the weakest, he will quickly ascend the path to become the strongest. He masters his techniques once more and wields the most powerful demonic spirits.

Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 366: Release Date

Tales Of Demons And Gods Chapter 366 will be available in stores on Sunday, February 11, 2022, as previously reported. The rough scans for Chapter 366 will be released on the internet 2 to 3 days before the spoilers, but the final release should be delayed.

Read manga online

It can be found on INKR comics, wuxia world, and a variety of other manga websites. The animation is now available for purchase on Bilibili.

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