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The Quest of Sir Cadagon by The Naive Student

This is a story of the Quest of Sir Cadagon. Based on the painting from Harry Potter (Sir Cadogan), it is the struggle of a knight and his fat pony traveling through world famous paintings. They search for their Painter, in order to find their purpose in life. The plot develops, it is voted by the readers. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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Little Brother by Cory Doctorow

Marcus, a.k.a “w1n5t0n,” is only seventeen years old, but he figures he already knows how the system works–and how to work the system. Smart, fast, and wise to the ways of the networked world, he has no trouble outwitting his high school’s intrusive but clumsy surveillance systems. But his whole world changes when he and his friends find themselves . . .

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A Whole Lot of Nothing! by David C. Daoust

Rowdy Dead Productions Presents

‘A Whole Lot of Nothing!’ is an ongoing serial of character pieces set in the far flung future where mankind has abandoned their home solar system to colonize a new solar system—known as the ‘Second Sun’. It varies the point of views of situations, or perceptions of the same events, depending on the character listed in the title. Going . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.

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Karmic Reset by Thyme Sanders

In the beginning there was only one, and from the one there came the four. Air, Water, Fire, Earth. Generations passed and wars were fought. Families blossomed and nations arose. Mistakes were made but plans have been thought. Time carries on. Generations still come and the war has an ending. Families are what you make but . . .

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Gamer Girl by Joe Berridge Beale

Life is a game. Ralphie has the cheat codes.

‘Gamer Girl’ is a superhero action comedy web serial following the bizarre adventures of Ralphie Hero, aka Gamer Girl, a costumed vigilante with the superpower to summon the abilities and items of video game player characters. Working alongside her partner Comikazé ‘Kazé’ Maniakku, aka Fangirl, a superhero fanatic with an electric fan gun, Ralphie sets out to make a name . . .

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Daniel Undone by bipolar

Memoirs of a Maniac

Daniel was a good and steady guy. A faithful husband. A good father. He tucked his polo shirts into his dad jeans and got his hair cut for $11. A regular guy . . .  . . .  . . . .and a sane man. This is the story of his life-altering journey to the heights of bipolar mania and and his search for sexual freedom. . . .

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The Garden by Zanderkoala

A tale inspired by Overlord. Robert Jackson has been sent to a new world. Now he’s stuck in the body of his game avatar, a beautiful red haired woman. Watch him as he explores this world and adjusts to his new life. . . .

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The Solar Towers by MB

“In my youth, I found what I thought was a new source of power. A strain of energy, part of simple sunlight, that had been blocked by our ozone. I called it Sunsoul. The moment I discovered it, I knew I would change the world. Once I finally realized what it actually was, I already had.” — V. B. . . .

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Power Games by Eleven

The country of Central has traded away freedom for safety and prosperity many centuries ago. An authoritarian welfare state rules the nation with an iron fist in a velvet glove, bound by a duty of ensuring that the citizens are secure, provided for and able to flourish. The society emphasises interdependence, community spirit and sense of responsibility for the well-being . . .

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A Murmur in Mumbles by L.B. Lane III

“A Murmur” resides in a world unwittingly on the precipice of disaster, where hope is groped at in the dark, and desperation often goes overlooked. It is a universe you will come to understand while following Jean Imke, a young journalist swept by the tide of things much larger than simple curiosities. . . .

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Level 51 by Maybonics

All that stands between man and the forces of darkness

They are Foxtrot Squadron, a trio of elite agents, working for the ultra-secret M.I.16. Their brief: to protect the world from supernatural threats, no matter the forms they take, and uphold the masquerade at all costs. Together, they face an unending wave of monsters, hordes of the undead, mages of terrifying power, and – worst of all – the dark . . .

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Hardcore: Qi Worlds by Skully

It's not easy mode, it's Hardcore

The Qi Worlds Project is embarking on stage one. Eleven candidates have been selected to participate, from China and around the world. The Qi Worlds Project is essentially an experiment to develop the qi manipulation skills of the participants, while they are in a virtual environment. Ben is ones of those participants and while he has had experience with . . .

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