Ximen Nao's Human Nature

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After each reincarnation, Ximen Nao's human nature are gradually missing, replaced by the original beast.Donkey and Ox age, Ximen Nao still remembered his grievances and pain, and most of the time he was governed by human sense and sensibility. He met his enemies and was angry, and saw his wife and children suffer with pity, pursue, persist, and be miserable.By the time of the pig, he had almost forgotten his grievances. What he thought most was how to be a king of pig, not revenge. His relationship with his wife and children deteriorated into a relationship between pure livestock and breeders. He used his cleverness and fitness to make a lot of things that were unexpected, hilarious, and self-congratulatory. In the dog time, most of his human nature has …show more content…

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