During Joonghyuk’s regressions, he would wait in the fabled “Reincarnation waiting room,” where Dokja will soon arrive. He’ll cross paths with powerful reincarnations from places like the Seoul Dome, the Washington Dome, the Moscow Dome, and the New Delhi Dome, among others.
Release Date and Where To Read Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint Chapter 167
Mark your calendars as Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint Chapter 167 is all set to release on July 18, 2023, at 12 am JST.
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Previously in Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint Chapter 166
When Dokja boards the Sun Chariot, he expects to meet Helios, but instead, he discovers a wine glass floating in the air. Dokja realizes that the wine glass is a metaphor, thus he naturally inquires as to his true identity.
Dokja’s failure to acknowledge the Wine glass prompts a message reading, “The God of Wine and Ecstacy is disappointed in you.” When Dokja asks the wine glass if it’s Dionysus, he gets a startling answer. He requests that Dokja refrains from using his given name so carelessly.
Bacchus’s Head worshipper
Dionysus tells Dokja that he has assumed this appearance in order to defy plausibility. Dokja agrees that it’s best for everyone involved, including himself since he won’t have to face Constellation in his true form if he breaks the fourth wall. While traveling, Dionysus and Dokja have a lengthy conversation during which Dionysus again tries to recruit Dokja as a “Bacchus’s Head worshipper,” but Dokja always turns him down. Dokja challenges Dionysus to come clean about why he came to pick him up.
Dokja’s intelligence impresses Dionysus, but the god of wine and revelry insists he not join him on Mount Olympus. Dokja is stunned to hear this, but before Dionysus can explain, the Chariot comes under attack.
The Great Sage Heaven’s Equal
Dionysus advises Dokja to run away from the Constellation’s Banquet and warns him from putting his trust in anybody else along the way. When Dokja gets to the banquet hall, the Dokkaebi guard won’t let him in because they haven’t heard of an Incarnation showing up unaccompanied.
Dokja is with him, a voice suddenly says from inside. Dokja recognizes the figure as the Great Sage Heaven’s Equal as the gate slowly opens and the details of the identification become evident.