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A Conquest of the Stars: The Heart’s Anguish by Tigellinus

The Ends Justify the Means

Once a Noble, and now a soldier for the people who killed his family. Eleusis seeks to avenge his family and bring his enemies down from within. Escaping his guilt through violence and anger, he wages a war against his former people. Taking on a false identity to gain power, he is thrust into the helm of command and must . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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There Are No Heroes by yinyangorwuji

A Web Serial About Irregular People in an Irregular World.

A story of a group of teens, high school-college age, working on a superhero team. Or at least, that’s how it starts. This is no perfect world story. People die, and people get seriously screwed up. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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The Nameless Man by Geemantle

The journeys of a nearly immortal man

In the nameless man serial written by Riley Gee (Geemantle), there is a mysterious force understood by few that enables people to steal life energy (in years of remaining life) from those they kill. The story follows “the nameless man”, so called because he has lived so many lifetimes he can’t remember his original name. The story started as . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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Milgram by mandragons

The monster within us all

Milgram is the story of Alden, a boy who gets killed while walking to the convenience store and reincarnated with a psychotic presence in his mind named Milgram. This is the tale of their adventures through a rapidly destabilizing world, as superpowers shake the pillars of society. Unfortunately, due to a series of unavoidable events, they quickly wind up in . . .

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Dark title; has good potential.

By Eren Reverie, author of Et Alia

Jan 11, 2015: I should preface this by saying I’m easily hooked by super hero fiction, and I’m a big fan of scenarios where the protagonist has a genuine alter ego or some other sort of split personality or psychic symbiote.

I found this to be a pretty cool read. You’re thrown into the deep end, and have to pick up details about the world (and how it differs from mundane reality) largely from context and extrapolating on occasional comments. As such, I didn’t [more . . .]

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