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Inheritors by Megajoule

A clone of the greatest super ever, with only a fraction of the power.

Gabe is a clone of the greatest superhero in the world. He lives in the gutters of Houston, hiding from agencies that would liquidate him, and trying to live up to the legacy that Megajoule left behind. He bleeds in dark hallways, he breaks bones over little girls sold into sex slavery. He wonders: can he make a difference . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Into the Mire by Casey Lucas aka Canticle

“They call it meldwood because it’ll meld with anything it touches. Other trees. Animals. Men.”

In the first years following a brutal war, residents of the Deel Valley struggle to recover. They rebuild their homes, replant their crops, and attempt to reconcile the past they long for with the reality they’re stuck in. Most of them seek, above all, a return to some semblance of “normal.” Others seek profit and adventure. Mercenary . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Nowhere Island University by t4nky

Nowhere Island University is the story of recent high school graduate Nathan Jacobs and his time at a very special university. The stated purpose of Nowhere Island University is “to prepare the best and brightest scientists, parahumans, spies, businessmen and soldiers for a rapidly changing world.” However, the United Nation Investigations, Extranormal (UNIX,) is suspicious. Soldiers who have graduated . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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ATL: Stories from the Retrofuture by Thedude3445

In the future of decades past, a world of robots and CRTs, Atlanta is the most powerful city in the world. And in that city, one twentysomething slacker named Morgan Harding dreams of being able to live a normal, peaceful life, but . . . that’s not happening. Together with a mysterious sentient robot and an overworked college student, Morgan must keep Atlanta safe . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Kaiserin by EramosE

An heiress story

Kaiserin was born as part of the Imperial Clan, the strongest of the allied clans, the one that rules over all of them. She has a great destiny to fulfill, but her path won’t be easy for there are people decided to stop her from claiming her rightful place as an heiress. To be able to survive in her . . .

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Goodfae by kspam

Wands for show, knives for a pro.

What is Goodfae? Goodfae is a story about the mafia. Simple, right? Well, actually not so much. Not once you throw fairies, ghosts, gods and monsters into the mix with mobsters and magic. The world of Goodfae is far from copacetic, much like the life of its protagonist, Alfonso Anastasio; a mafioso and newly made man trying to make ends . . .

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Domina City by Discar

Superpowers and biotech.

Domina City. “The City of the Lady.” Built on a trash island in the West Atlantic by the labor of white-collar criminals, paid for by the United States and the Vatican, Domina was meant to be a beacon of hope and prosperity. A test, proving that criminals could be put to a better use than clogging up prisons. Thirty . . .

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Music Masters by Hejin57

Music forever.

Music gives us life, and we give life back to music. In a world very much like ours, there are those who listen to music, and then there are those who truly listen to music. Since the dawn of the Classical period, these people have called themselves Music Masters; those who gain fantastical powers from the sound of music. Centuries . . .

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Prairie Song by Marn and Alyssa

A post-apocalyptic roadtrip across America.

John is a former indentured farmhand, setting out in search of fresh water and an escape from his past. Cody is a traveling bounty hunter and musician, on the run from a debt he can’t repay. Friday is a lounge singer and burlesque dancer, fiercely protective of her friends, seeking adventure. Valerie is an orphan priest, weighed down by responsibility . . .

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Nature’s Kingdom by Moonfeather

Do you have what it takes to Fight for your Wish?

Worlds are changing. With the rapid increase of hallowed, metahumans, and superpowered beings, hints of events with cataclysmic proportions can be seen on the horizon. Phenomena that has not been witnessed since the Age of Gods. Mercy Gaunt, a somewhat popular teenage girl, finds her life turned upside down as she is dropped into the world of ‘Capes’ . . .

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The Curse by Ivanokov

When you can't ever escape from death

Set in an unraveling world, Bran just keeps on fighting and trying to survive his curse, knowing that his death is already set in stone. Bearing his sad past, he fights a desperate fight, while trying to uncover the secrets of his fate and curse. Theodore, a weird young man, uncovers a great secret about Origin, a boring horror filled . . .

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Shadows of the Limelight by alexanderwales

This is a world where fame grants powers. Dominic de Luca was a thief and a liar. The was before a chance encounter brought him into the apprenticeship of Welexi Whitespear, the greatest hero of modern times. Now he must navigate the world of the Illustrati, the famous and the infamous, as he tries to secure for himself a place . . .

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WORM

A story on a complex superpowered struggle to do the right thing.

By Jerden, member

Jul 12, 2013: This story is brilliant. It’s gripping, because there frequently comes moments when you really can’t think of how the situation could possibly get worse, but the author once again surprises you. Fundamentally, Worm is about a girl’s struggle to do the right thing. When you have the creepy superpower to control bugs, with supervillains as your only friends, in a world terrorised by almost unstoppable monsters, in a setting where the only people worse than the heroes are the villains, doing the right thing becomes very difficult, but Taylor doesn’t [more . . .]

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