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Fram Gage Series

Within Biality Orphanage is a special room called The Ability Chamber. It gives children abilities such as Super Speed, Invisibility, and Wall Climbing in competitions against each other.

Those who run the orphanage call upon Fram Gage, a couple of his friends, and an outsider for a special contest. During the match, rules within The Ability Chamber change and put the children’s lives in danger.

In order to make it through safely, they must work together. And a unique ability they never imagined possible—the Infinite ability—may be the one thing that helps them reach their goal.

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Three years after the tragedy in The Ability Chamber that left him in a coma, Fram Gage wakes up in Biality Orphanage. Not only has he changed physically, but his friends have changed in more ways than he can count. He wants life to return to normal.

But a sudden accident in the orphanage ruins that hope and leaves him alone. On top of that, three people emerge with special abilities, and they want to capture him.

Fram discovers these adversaries are the key to solving his problems. Using his Infinite ability, he's determined to stop them and gain back those he lost.

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The final showdown has arrived!

Orphans Fram Gage and his friends hope to be reunited with their parents. But The Holographic Man has other plans for them.

He's trapped them within the confines of a holographic world where their forgotten pasts are revealed. What they learn affects them in ways they never imagined possible.

They must overcome adversity, heartbreaking revelations, and painful truths in their determination to put an end to the Holographic Man, escape, and ultimately, find their parents.

Will they succeed?

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