“I Used To Be A Boss” – Baphomet, the formidable Boss of the [Tower of Abyss], sought a strong hunter capable of challenging him. As monotony set in, he turned his attention to the world of humanity,
fascinated by the trophies he collected from fallen hunters. His enchantment with humanity deepened when a formidable hunter, the one he had longed for, finally appeared.
Driven by envy and curiosity, Baphomet embarked on a daring transformation, seeking to become human himself. The story unfolds as Baphomet, the Boss of the Tower of Abyss, is reborn in a human form,
liberated from the confines of his previous role.
In this manga, readers will delve into a narrative that explores themes of transformation, identity,
and the pursuit of new experiences. Baphomet’s transition from a formidable boss to a curious and envious human is at the heart of the story.
The narrative focuses on Baphomet’s journey as he navigates the complexities of the outside world. Free from his former role, he seeks to immerse himself in the realm of humanity,
searching for new forms of entertainment and fulfillment.
“I Used To Be A Boss” offers a captivating tale of reinvention and the pursuit of newfound purpose. Readers will find themselves engrossed in the protagonist’s quest to experience the world from a human perspective,
shedding light on themes of longing, curiosity, and the transformative power of change.