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 The commander of the Chinese army facing off against South Korea was a historical General. A Nation Legatee happened to be nearby, so they decided to hand command to him.

The Chinese side had gathered 4.5 million or so players, while the South Korean army had six million players. Even though the Chinese side had 1.5 million fewer people, their battle intent was incredibly strong as the things that the South Korean army had done were simply too infuriating.

They dared to enforce slavery and make Chinese people slaves - this humiliation would cause any Chinese person to feel furious. They didn't have any power before or the strength to resist, but now, they had formed a large army.

As such, there were many Chinese people who wanted to take revenge against this South Korean army, resulting in high morale on the Chinese side. They did not want to defend at all and wanted to directly attack.

They did not use any special methods or tactics - they simply gathered together and formed a massive flood that gave off a terrifying aura as it swept towards the South Korean army.

The South Korean army had not entered the region for too long, and facing so many Chinese players charging at them, they did not back down as they had wanted to kill Chinese players this entire time.

They also gathered together and gave off a massive aura as they also rushed at the incoming Chinese army.


The two floods of people collided, resulting in a massive sound. The Chinese players furiously yelled and swung their weapons, while the South Korean players had fierce expressions as they also attacked the Chinese players.

The battlefield was incredibly chaotic, and blood continuously flew everywhere as pained cries continuously sounded out. The sound of weapons clashing was deafening, and people unceasingly fell.

"Charge! Kill all of these shameless South Koreans!" a masculine young man yelled as he cut down a South Korean player in front of him and stepped on the corpse.

This boosted the Chinese side's morale, and many people felt their blood start to boil. No one on the Chinese side felt any fear, and their fighting became even bolder and more reckless.

The South Korean players also yelled, "South Korea is invincible! Kill all of these Chinese players!"

The battle between the two sides became even more intense, and the cold glint of steel continuously flashed as blood flew everywhere. The sound of roars and wails did not stop at all, and corpses now carpeted the ground.

In the end, the South Korean army lost three million players and was forced to retreat. Even though the Chinese side lost 3.6 million players, because more Chinese players were continuously joining, they were able to force the South Korean side into retreating.

The South Korean army withdrew to the boundary region and started to set up defenses, waiting for more South Korean players to join up with them. The Chinese side did not give chase and also started to construct defenses to defend against future invasions.

Turning to the front against the Japanese side, they did not use any tactics either and directly engaged. Because both sides had roughly the same fighting power and morale, both sides suffered heavy casualties over the course of the battle.

However, the Chinese side was able to stop the Japanese side's invasion and greatly suppressed their arrogant attitude, showing the Japanese people China's strength.

Following this, the two armies continued to face off, waiting for more reinforcements to join them.

Because many people had gone to defend against the South Korean and Japanese armies, there were not as many people to face off against the Philippines army, so they could only passively defend.

The Philippines side had many people, but their battle force was not very strong. The Chinese side had already finished constructing defenses, and even though they had fewer people than the Philippines' side, they were still able to stop the Philippines' invasion with their defenses.

After attacking a few times and finding that they could not break past the defenses, the Philippines army could only temporarily give up and wait for reinforcements.

As for the invasions from Malaysia, Indonesia, and North Korea, China went into a defensive status as most players had gone to resist South Korea, Japan, and Indonesia. As such, they could only defend for now, and even though there were many people hurrying over, it would take them some time to arrive.

Fortunately, the Malaysian, Indonesian, and North Korean armies were not very strong, and their battle intents were not very strong either. As such, they did not attack after the Chinese side had built up defenses. Instead, they retreated to the boundary regions to clear them out.

The situation on the eastern side had calmed down, but the battles against South Korea and Japan were still incredibly intense, and all of the battles were quite large-scale.

China had to deal with five countries in the north: Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.

These five countries were not very powerful, but they were not weak either. They had historically been vassal states of China, but they had always been quite reluctant and displeased about this.

These five countries now wanted to reclaim their honor. They not only invaded China for the territory Fate and other benefits, but they also wanted to prove that they were not inferior to China and would not remain under China.

However, with the terrifying Great Qin nearby, they did not dare to be too audacious. This was especially so because Vietnam had already lost a region to Great Qin, so they were more cautious than other countries and was especially worried about Great Qin attacking it.

After being heavily wounded many times, the northern side was much weaker than the other regions, and the situation was much calmer. The Chinese side built up defenses, and the five nations did not dare to carelessly attack.

They were primarily afraid of Great Qin; otherwise, with China's northern forces, it would be quite difficult for them to stop those five nations.

This allowed the rest of China to let out a sigh of relief. Because the situation in the north was quite calm, they could focus their resources on the other sides of China. The northern factions that had been heavily wounded were also able to let out a sigh of relief.

The place where the battles were most intense was the west side. Of the eight countries, seven of them were quite easy to defend against because they were not very strong and did not have much Fate or many players.

However, India's invasion was quite terrifying. Their leader, Shama, possessed both a Nation Armament and Clan Armament, making him seem like a god. Wherever he went and fought, the weather would change, and he now led an army of 40 million Indian players, which was 10 million more than before.

All of the Indian players had powerful battle intent, as their leader was like a descended deity, and they were fighting under the command of this god.

Even though China gathered a lot of its forces in the west and created a sturdy line of defense, they were still continuously sent into retreat by the Indian army.

By now, India had already conquered five regions and formally passed the boundary regions, stepping into China's actual territory.

China could only continuously send reinforcements to the west side, resulting in incredibly intense and tragic battles. Every hour, hundreds of thousands of players would die, causing blood to dye the ground and creating a horrific scene.