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Maou the Yuusha by VaanCruze

Out of seemingly nothing a girl comes into existence in an odd world. It is explained to her that she is the existence known as the “Maou”, an entity that comes into existence when a “Yuusha” is summoned. The humans of this world think she intends to destroy them all, and thus they send the Yuusha to destroy her. Counter . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Re:Write by Who Cares?

Absolute power is pretty depressing.

If you had the power to rewrite anything and everything in the world—no catches, no limits—would it really be as amazing as it sounds? Fed up with a world where science has made every fantasy a reality and people just don’t care about stories anymore, a genius video game developer named Kai Zero uses ancient black magic to transport . . .

A serialized novel, updating daily.
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Undermind by Seal Johnson

Saskia thought her life was finally getting back on track after the accident. Then she got trolled. Now she’s up a tree the size of a planet, and all who meet her either run screaming or attack on sight. If everyone would just calm down and stop trying to kill her for one moment, she might get a chance . . .

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The Anime Trope System: Stone vs. the Viper, a LitRPG by Alvin Atwater

At the mercy of an unknown entity, Clyde gets tossed into the anime world. Yes, it exists, we just don’t know it. There, he’s declared the Stone, the main character. One day he must kill the Viper or else, goodbye Earth. This is the comedic tale of a young man vs. cliche anime tropes. Yep, there’s nothing like random . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes daily.
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Fantasia by unice5656

Arwyn has just bought Fantasia, the first fantasy-based VRMMORPG, with 99% realism that you can play while you sleep. In the game, she becomes Fey, a moon elf starting in the magical Elvenwood. Join her (and her snarky narrator who likes to interject sarcastic comments in parentheses) on her exciting, often hilarious adventures inside this magical world full of . . .

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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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Threadbare by Lost Demiurge

LitRPG done fuzzy and cute

A golem maker’s project turns out to be far more than his creator bargained for. Fortunately for the golem, he’s quick to find allies, learn skills, gain levels, and get himself out of horrible predicaments. Which is good, because his creator has a whole lot of enemies. Unfortunately for the golem, he’s about twelve inches tall, full of . . .

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RE:WRITE

A very well written story, a barely enjoyable read.

By Zethuron, member

Jul 16, 2018: This is more like, what if you were Omnipotent? What would you do in that case?

First of all, this is a really complex story, where everything is only explained around the end with there being many hints during the novel, the problem is that those hints are very hard to notice at first, and without knowing those hints, some parts of the story later on get harder to understand.

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