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Not All Heroes by Rhodeworks

Not all apocalypses are cataclysmic

The year is 2061. The Golden Age of empowered heroes ended in the cataclysmic fires of The Collapse. Costumed demigods brought the world to a dire precipice and individuals and institutions are still picking up the pieces, still walking the precarious tightrope of a world-shaking paradigm shift. The world is not as it once was. The relics of the . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Outer Sphere by Macronomicon

Making plant-based magic powers cool again!

Garth Daniels is a down on his luck handyman in a quiet little town in the middle of America when our universe is co-opted into a war between an unstoppable race of reality-hopping monsters that feed on the flesh of living creatures, and a conglomeration of thousands of realities, nested inside each other like a matroska doll. We’re the . . .

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Defiance of the Fall by The First Defier

As Zac was alone in the middle of the forest the world changed. The whole planet was introduced to the so-called multi-verse by an unfeeling System or God. A universe where all races and civilzations fought for power and dominion. Seemingly forgotten by the System, Zac found himself stuck in the wilderness surrounded by deadly beasts. Alone, lost and . . .

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Magikind by George Bakerson

Magic Doesn't Exist. It Never Did.

The third millennia, a time of change and evolution. An era, where people, through countless generations, have evolved strange powers and abilities. Through several centuries of selective breeding, these beings, known as mages, have become part of the very foundations of society. However, some refused to change or adapt. They believed in purity and refused to interbreed with magikind. . . .

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The World Falls Up by darkrie1475

A story of a boy and a girl… and a black hole that reverses Earth's gravity.

Welcome to Earth. Every day, when the sun comes up, the Hole comes up as well- a massive, scientifically impossible black hole that reverses the gravity of Earth. Mankind has been decimated on the first day the Hole appeared. A boy and a girl wander through the wilderness of this new Earth, searching for the girl’s brother- a man who . . .

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Coma Imprisonment: Revolutions by Anthony Kim

What if all killers were struck down by a coma?

On August 8th, 2026, all killers are struck down by a coma, never to awake again. From that day forward, killing another human being is unavoidably punished by falling into a coma. The many scourges of the modern world come to a halt as anyone who kills another human being instantly falls into the Coma Imprisonment. All wars . . .

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Adventures in Viktorium by Peter von Harten

It's a whole other world!

In the year 1900, a French scientist by the name of Charles DuPont accidentally discovered an uninhabited parallel frequency of reality while running an electrical experiment. By 1906, he had perfected a machine for travel between the two worlds and by 1907, a beacon was constructed to reroute the souls of the dead to the new reality, effectively creating immortality. . . .

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Gargoyle by Stevebot-7

The cruelest jokes are the ones we tell ourselves.

Years ago the world ended in fire and chaos as society collapsed upon itself, and overall it has been regarded just another bad day. Gargoyle follows a group brought together by a flimsy and unreliable prophecy to save a world where there are no heroes, just survivors. . . .

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Godpunk by Billy Higgins

A Tale of Swords, Sorcery, and the No-Good Journalist Who Saw It All

From George Royce, the journalist who covered the godkillings, comes this revelatory look at the end of the world. Godpunk covers the shootings at Jewell’s Damned, his meeting with the Death Cult in the ruins of the Metal Dragon Bones, and the friendship he forms with the Angel of Death. . . .

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The Second Gate by Thomas Knapp

Rumil Bonamede considered herself one of the finest hackers in the galaxy, searching for information on a mass genocide of her birthworld more than twenty staryears ago. Left with barely any memories of her childhood before the day that would be known as the Baramak Slaughter, she takes on increasingly risky endeavors into Solarian and Kiros influence and information centers, . . .

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Ra by Sam Hughes

Magic is real. It's what's next after electricity.

Magic is real. Discovered in the 1970s, magic is now a bona fide field of engineering. There’s magic in heavy industry and magic in your home. It’s what’s next after electricity. Student mage Laura Ferno has designs on the future: her mother died trying to reach space using magic, and Laura wants to succeed where she failed. But . . .

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Terminal by Ben Hron

A zombie web novel. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day.

It’s about Zombies. Groaning, moaning, maddened flesh eating abominations driven by their insensate desire to feed. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day. A metaphor for our hopeless battle against the savage throng of the human tide . . . an ocean of grasping hands, tearing, ripping, desecrating what you have, who you are. We struggle to keep our heads . . .

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NOT ALL HEROES

Ehh, not for me

By linkret, member

Oct 29, 2018: Didn’t really click, for me. Felt like a budget version of Worm (even the design of the page), but maybe the comparison is unfair. I only got up to chapter 12 before completely losing interest. The perspective changes are so frequent it’s jarring, and almost nothing has made me feel interested about the characters. We just meet them, don’t really even get to know them or care about them, and all of a sudden we’re shown so much of their traumas (past and present), "deep feelings" and histories, it’s [more . . .]

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