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Grimoire Black by Adam C. MacDonald

Magic. Adventure. Cats. And the hunt for a book which can end the world.

The civil war has ended and the rebellion defeated, but as the Island Empire begins to rebuild, the hunt for a legendary manuscript threatens to tear it apart once more. Woven together by fate and chance, a group of strangers find their personal battles have a wider impact than they ever imagined. An assassin fights to protect her wife, . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Taint by Liv

A little girl is kidnapped from her family by unknown assailants, is imprisoned into a gigantic, endless cave filled with ravenous monsters, is infected by the monsters’ poisonous blood (that’s the ‘Taint’ from the title), and dies. Then, she gets angry. . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Black Moon by Snowangel

I’m rich! Gahahahaha! Wait . . . . Noooooooo. I’m eating it? Someone stop me, for once in my life I am considered a billionaire but now I have to resort to eating gold for dessert or my scales will become dull and weak. Sigh . . . .The woes of being a dragon. Especially when I can’t just leisurely spend it on my own whims anymore. Sob. . . .

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TAINT

Violent Fantasy Featuring a Powerful and Inhuman Protagonist

By Krako, member

Aug 16, 2016: A young girl is imprisoned alone in a dungeon and fights tooth, claw, and magic through levels of exponentially increasing difficulty and length, with new environments and demonic animals on every floor. As a result of her constant exposure to danger over a long period of isolation, the creature that emerges is violent, powerful, and completely innocent to the ways of society. Add to this the protagonist’s demonic status and the fact that the humans and majin of the world weren’t very racially tolerant in the first place, and you [more . . .]

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