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Everlasting Immortal Firmament is a non-traditional, transmigration Xianxia novel. It is the second series by the author Guan Qi, which literally translates as Watching Chess. An appropriate moniker since Weiqi (or Go) is a central theme in the novel.

However, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary Xianxia novels. The protagonist is an older man, a Weiqi Grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. The entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, Gu Hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

If he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal Houtian stage into the Xiantian realm of true practitioners. If he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest Weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

Although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. It is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. If you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. The central theme of Weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! Gu Hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. He is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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however, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary xianxia novels. the protagonist is an older man, a weiqi grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. the entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, gu hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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however, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary xianxia novels. the protagonist is an older man, a weiqi grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. the entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, gu hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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however, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary xianxia novels. the protagonist is an older man, a weiqi grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. the entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, gu hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

read and enjoy it, you won't be sorry!
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however, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary xianxia novels. the protagonist is an older man, a weiqi grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. the entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, gu hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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however, this novel is not the typical endless power-ups, duels, and battles of ordinary xianxia novels. the protagonist is an older man, a weiqi grandmaster brought to this world precisely because of his incredible ability at the game. the entire first novel starts off with a seeming need to defeat a vastly superior enemy on the battlefield... and he, gu hai, sets off to defeat this enemy armed only with guile, cunning, and a whole lot of money and minions…

if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

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if he succeeds, he gains the opportunity to step beyond the mortal houtian stage into the xiantian realm of true practitioners. if he fails, well, its been a good seventy years of life... but can the greatest weiqi master in the world actually fail a test like this?

although it's a transmigration novel, this story is set nearly forty years after the crossover. it is rife with politics, strategy, and deep thinking, as opposed to ‘the one with the biggest fist or latest and greatest martial technique wins’ style novel. if you like a more thought-provoking type of story, then this book is a good choice for you. the central theme of weiqi is something that carries over onto an extremely grand scale as the novel series goes on, as well! gu hai’s older age means he has more patience, planning, and subterfuge, as opposed to running headlong into hot-headed fights, and he has no cheat. he is simply very good at planning and strategizing to get the things he wants.

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