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* BroughtDownToBadass: Hardcore Leveling Warrior in episode 5. He used to be ranked no. 1 for a reason. Itís shown that heís got AwesomenessByAnalysis, and is able to kick major ass despite being underlevelled.


* PosthumousCharacter: Armes, who was Hardcore Leveling Warriorís crush and guild leader. She appears in a lot of flashbacks and is an integral part of his backstory, as she was his kind and inspiring guild leader whose death was led to the guild breaking apart and tragedy for most characters involved. [[Spoiler: Possibly {{Zigzagged}} as of Season 2, itís confirmed that NoName has 'some' part of Armesí soul in her, and her consciousness may still reside in NoName.]]

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* PosthumousCharacter: Armes, who was Hardcore Leveling Warriorís crush and guild leader. She appears in a lot of flashbacks and is an integral part of his backstory, as she was his kind and inspiring guild leader whose death was led to the guild breaking apart and tragedy for most characters involved. [[Spoiler: Possibly [[spoiler:Possibly {{Zigzagged}} as of Season 2, itís confirmed that NoName Noname has 'some' part of Armesí soul in her, and her consciousness may still reside in NoName.Noname.]]

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* PosthumousCharacter: Armes, who was Hardcore Leveling Warriorís crush and guild leader. She appears in a lot of flashbacks and is an integral part of his backstory, as she was his kind and inspiring guild leader whose death was led to the guild breaking apart and tragedy for most characters involved. [[Spoiler: Possibly {{Zigzagged}} as of Season 2, itís confirmed that NoName has 'some' part of Armesí soul in her, and her consciousness may still reside in NoName.]]



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* FromNobodyToNightmare: Unintentional {{Pun}} on the trope nameís part, but [[spoiler: Constant becomes this from being a support character in the Zara Guild to being a Giga team member with one of the most powerful attributes of the game starting from his exposure to Nightmare.]]

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* TimeSkip: Happens at the beginning of Season 2, where we get to see a grown up Dark and Sora, both of which has TakenALevelInBadass.


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* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Nightmare.]]

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* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Nightmare.]]Nightmare.
->'''Han Gun-Ho:''' There's a new bug going around these days. It is a very dangerous bug. If found you see it again, please contact the sanction team immediately. I'm sure most of you are seeing this for the first time, it's a very wicked bug that changes all of the user's skills and personality and everything to evil. else to...what they call Nightmare. It's become popular among some users because when it's used, they become stronger in a short space of time.

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* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Nightmare.]]


* Greater-ScopeVillain: [[spoiler: The Witch, who is behind the existence of Lucid Adventure, and whose motives remain largely unknown except for her vague interest in seeing how things turn out. In season 2, she seems to be aware that her actions will have consequences that could potentially destroy both worlds, the game one and the real one.]]

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* Greater-ScopeVillain: GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: The Witch, who is behind the existence of Lucid Adventure, and whose motives remain largely unknown except for her vague interest in seeing how things turn out. In season 2, she seems to be aware that her actions will have consequences that could potentially destroy both worlds, the game one and the real one.]]

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* Greater-ScopeVillain: [[spoiler: The Witch, who is behind the existence of Lucid Adventure, and whose motives remain largely unknown except for her vague interest in seeing how things turn out. In season 2, she seems to be aware that her actions will have consequences that could potentially destroy both worlds, the game one and the real one.]]


* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: All higher-ups at Giga are explicitly good in a fight.

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* ArcWords: Iím back.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: All higher-ups at Giga are explicitly good in a fight.

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* AlternateUniverse: A spin-of is made that follows up to Chapter 50, but then diverges to one where the game involves tanks instead during the Combat Tournament. Known as Hardcore Leveling Warrior : World of Tanks.


The story centers around Ethan, a Korean boy who's been stuck in the unfortunate situation of being in debt and held prisoner to a man named President Kim. Ethan goes about paying off the debt through Lucid Adventure where his efforts as a solo player led to him eventually becoming the undisputed #1 ranked player in the game as the Hardcore Leveling Warrior. With maxed out levels and stats to match, there's no one alive that posed a challenge to Ethan. That is until a mysterious woman from inside the game manages to kill him; resulting in Hardcore Leveling Warrior losing his gear, and dropping back down to level one. At that same time in real life, Ethan was living in one of Kim's high-end jail suites thanks to his reputation as the Hardcore Leveling Warrior, but as a result of his game character dying, Ethan gets thrown back into the lowest dungeon until he's worked his way back up again.

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The story centers around Ethan, Gong Won-Ho (translated as Ethan on Webtoon), a Korean boy who's been stuck in the unfortunate situation of being in debt and held prisoner to a man named President Kim. Ethan goes about paying off the debt through Lucid Adventure where his efforts as a solo player led to him eventually becoming the undisputed #1 ranked player in the game as the Hardcore Leveling Warrior. With maxed out levels and stats to match, there's no one alive that posed a challenge to Ethan. That is until a mysterious woman from inside the game manages to kill him; resulting in Hardcore Leveling Warrior losing his gear, and dropping back down to level one. At that same time in real life, Ethan was living in one of Kim's high-end jail suites thanks to his reputation as the Hardcore Leveling Warrior, but as a result of his game character dying, Ethan gets thrown back into the lowest dungeon until he's worked his way back up again.

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* DragonKnight: Heart Heater is one of these.

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