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Brimstone Fantasy by Stern Trooper

Given his first weapon when he was still a child, Edward Lee lived a life full of violence in a nation torn by war. Tormented by the demons of his past, he believed Death would free him. But through the games of beings beyond his understanding, his death turned out to be the starting point of a new . . .

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New Winslow by Amanda McColgan

The town of New Winslow is a small community in the grip of a strange curse. While life mostly goes on like normal, residents or visitors will occasionally find themselves unable to move past the town limits. You never know for how long and you never know when it’ll hit you. But the rent is wicked cheap and the people . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Crown of the Martyr and Martyr of the Crown. by sarvashaktimaan

An undisputed being sits upon his throne, the Crown of damnation adorning his head. One gaze enough to make gods tremble, and one wave of his hand enough to make the mightiest of demons flee. An unfathomable cataclysm will surely arrive when such a being is slain and grasps another chance to walk among the living. This is a . . .

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The Eighth Warden by Ivy Veritas

A young warrior-mage tries to forge his own destiny, while dealing with a fate not of his choosing. Corec had no idea what the future held in store when he left his homeland to build his own life. When beautiful women start ending up mysteriously linked to him somehow—and not necessarily happy about the fact—Corec and his companions must work . . .

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Legacy of Kail by Eskandar

A warring world of magic and monsters.

The white-haired Kail is a member of the mercenary guild Anima. Having seemingly appeared out of nowhere one day, his life before Anima is surrounded is unknown to his peers. Now he takes on various jobs that have him travelling across the land of Terra Deorum, meeting a variety of friends and foes in his travels. In a world . . .

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Second Chances by F. Riley

New Life. New World. New Rules.

Death is not the end. But actions do have consequences and based on how you lived your life, second chances are possible. I was given a second chance. I could choose how to reincarnate, who to be, and what Universal constants would impact my next life. Who wouldn’t try to game the system and take all the advantages . . .

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Sprig by Houston Hare

War rages as land runs out. Elves, Dwarves, Humans, and other races fight for control of the limited space they have. When a land mass suddenly appears out of nowhere, people flock to it, only to be caught up in its mysteries. Kaia, one of the last living members of the Treek race, heads to the new land to . . .

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Paternum by J. C. Weston

A college student named Quinn with a chronically ill father and a 15-years-missing mother discovers an experimental supersuit in a collection of their mother’s old belongings, and it awakens powers they never knew they had. Finding new friends and a home in the superhero community, Quinn grows as a person as they slowly learn about what really happened to their . . .

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Zmaj by Pommel Knight

Alone with only the voice inside his head, the little dragon learns to survive in the great forest. Battling with hunger and cold while trying to sait his curiosity of the world and the creatures inhabiting it. Although things will be difficult for someone who doesn’t speak any language or knows how to interact with people he isn’t hunting. . . .

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Saint’s Supporter by Kwayzy

I haven’t been the luckiest in my life. After an accident, we were pulled aside by a friendly goddess. She gave us a second chance at life in return for helping her with a task. But that’s when things went wrong. I was forced into being a Supporter, which is seen by many as the weakest of the . . .

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Though the Heavens Should Fall by ClearMadness

An action packed twist on Xianxia

The Heavenly Empire expands ever onward. Its loyal and disciplined soldiers march forth to conquer and destroy all of humanity’s enemies while its priests preach the word of the Archon, the long-ago ascended incarnation of God. Verus is a simple young temple ward whose natural talents have earned him a chance to travel to the provincial capital and learn . . .

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The Death God’s Daily Troubles by MagicalDucky

“Starting from today, I’m gonna have a carefree life in the capital.” Is what I’d like to say, but reality is cruel and the bills are even crueler. There are only two certain things in this world, death and taxes, and honestly, I’d rather die right now. Ugh. Welp, looks like I gotta get a job. And I just . . .

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THE ETHERIA PROJECT

Meh

By Chris Poirier, editor

Sep 8, 2008: The Etheria Project isn’t badly-written. It’s an easy read, mostly. It reads like a book of one of the poorer Final Fantasy games. XII, for instance. Minus the chocobos. So far, we’ve met characters with lilac, pink, and blue eyes. It’s that kind of story.

There’s a lot of dialogue, and while I can tell the girls from the boys, I can’t otherwise tell the characters apart: what they say doesn’t reveal anything but the plot. The plot, at least, has [more . . .]

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WATCHMIRROR

Magical Oppression is the Best Oppression

By MaddiroseX, author of Twisted Cogs

Aug 4, 2014: Watchmirror is a strange beast, hard to define in terms of genre. On the one hand it has definite chords of dystopian fantasy that run deep throughout the piece, but on the other it strikes me as very political-thriller with dashes of magic and action. It’s a very complex piece to describe, which is perhaps fitting for its very complex world.

The basic story is laid out so carefully and precisely that I hesitate to describe it, but it centers around [more . . .]

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