I became the Rich Second-generation Villain - Chapter 1.1: I became a Rich Second-generation Villain
At the school gate, a Cullinan, a model of the Rolls-Royce, stopped. The driver courteously opened the door.
An eighteen-year-old tall handsome boy stepped out of the car.
Several female students who were in the vicinity wanted to rush over, but looking at the boy’s gloomy face, they hesitated.
The boy named Wang Haoran was in a very bad mood now.
After all, if this kind of thing happened, no one would be in a good mood.
He was a transmigrator.
Before his transmigration, he was an orphan, struggling in the city. Although he was nearly 30 years old, he failed in pursuing girls and ended up as a complete loser.
Moreover, his life was nothing but filled with hardships.
But now, he became a rich second-generation kid with good family background, handsome looks, and high education.
Every day, he was sent and picked up in a Cullinan.
Needless to say, his pocket money was too much for him to spend.
He would often wake up with a smile when he remembered such a thing.
In fact, for a few days after his transmigration, he was beaming with joy and was complacent even in his dreams.
After all, his life before was so much in contrast to now. His livelihood was much superior to then after transmigration.
Frankly, anyone in his position would feel the same.
But things weren’t as simple as they seemed.
Recently, an underachiever in the same grade, who always ranked at the bottom in each test showed a tremendous improvement. His academic performance progressed by leaps and bounds. He even started to interact with the academic committee member, who happened to be the campus belle.
In everyone’s eyes, Wang Haoran and the campus belle were a destined match despite the latter never acknowledging it.
Seeing that the underachiever and campus belle were getting acquainted with each other, the obedient lackeys couldn’t bear it and as well wanted to curry favor from Wang Haoran.
As a matter of fact, the underachiever was invited to the corner of the school yesterday, meant to be taught a lesson.
No matter what, in a three against one fight, he’d be utterly crushed.
But surprisingly, the three lackeys were beaten up instead!
Wang Haoran, an extensive reader in his previous life, didn’t know why the plot felt surprisingly familiar.
Isn’t the plot precisely the same as an urban novel where an underachieving student suddenly makes a big fortune and picks up a campus belle?
His own family background and living conditions were the same as a typical rich second-generation villain setting.
When he thought of it this way, Wang Haoran wanted to laugh, feeling that it might be his excessive thinking.
Certainly, at this moment, the standard configuration of a system, a sign of a transmigrator, appeared.
It was called the ‘Super-Villain System’.
Via the system, he found out that he had indeed transmigrated into a parallel world of urban fiction novels.
With his identity as a rich second-generation villain, he didn’t need to doubt the possibility of being slapped by the Protagonist.
As for the storyline, he would constantly confront the protagonist, but fail in each step. Probably, in less than a few hundred chapters, he would be completely ruined by the protagonist after a bankruptcy.
Not only would he cease to exist, but his family property will also be seized by the protagonist. The campus belle would then become fond of the protagonist.
Damn! What’s so good after transmigrating as a villain who wouldn’t even survive for a few hundred chapters? Am I a toy?!
Wang Haoran cursed out inside his heart.
However, he could do nothing about it. It was an established fact. He also knew he’s powerless to alter his destiny.
Of course, this did not mean that he had resigned himself to fate.
Judging from the events of the last few days, it was obvious that the plot of the novel had just begun.
The protagonist was still in a progressing state and has yet to mature. As of now, he wouldn’t dare to face himself.
Wang Haoran now had far more manpower than the protagonist.
As long as he exploited it and made proper use of his resources in addition to guarding himself, as a villain, it wasn’t impossible to go against the protagonist.
As he was pondering about this, a boy wearing a hat walked next to him.
Under the hat, there were traces of visible bruises on his face.
It was evident that he took a beating.
He was one of Wang Haoran’s three younger brothers, named Fan Jian.
The other two were Fan Tong and Qin Shousheng.