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    Being an Extra Actor in an Exit Game

    Being an Extra Actor in an Escape Game (Web Novel)


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    This is an extremely slow-paced but engrossing novel. From comments on the original, it seems many find the pace dragging on a bit too long but I thought it was just right, and I managed to finish it in one go, a very rare occurrence. The plot is extremely complex, but I hope I will be able to communicate it well to you for you to enjoy the novel. I know I did.


    Xü Beijin (TL: 徐北盡, no relation to a certain Chinese city with similar spelling) is an extra in the game ‘Escape.’ His usual role is to lie on the floor to be the corpse, while observing how the Missiontakers scratch their heads to figure out a way to survive.
    All the other extras work extremely hard as if trying to win the next Oscar’s in order to leave this cruel, despairing world; while Xü Beijin has a simple, monotonous, tedious life.

    Until one day, he picked up a streaming system…

    Xü Beijin’s life has been entirely upended.
    While lying on the floor as a corpse, the audience goes “AAAAAAAH Host what’s that behind you uwuwu…”
    While he’s reading the script out loud, the audience goes “Hehehe Beibei’s so cute acting all serious! I want to lick!”
    While he’s working hard to figure out the truth about this world, the audience goes “Today our Bei is also the hardworking Bei!”
    While he’s… he’s working hard dating Lin Qin (TL: 林檎; you might have seen this word if you studied Japanese and looked up how ‘apple’ was written in kanji), the audience goes “?!?! This isn’t the horror game stream I signed up for!”

    CP: Xü Beijin × Lin Qin; Adaptable, able to flip through emotions quickly, looking like a pervert but is actually a good person Top × Super strong, instinctual, looks obedient and passive but is actually a mad dog Bottom. Protagonist is Top.
    Atypical Escape Game. Mainly mystery-solving. Not scary; basic setting – Nobody can die in-game. Any death results in a restart. The Missiontakers do not know the in-game ‘natives’ are acting.


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