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In A Parallel World With Random Skills, I Reluctantly Become A Mafia Boss? by SlashCrit

I, after playing the new game I had bought, went to sleep. Before I knew it, I was in a cage. With enemies all around me, I used a strange skill and accidentally killed a dark god. This is the story of how I got dragged into becoming an unparalleled existence in a different world with my random power. . . .

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My Annoying Aura Follows Me Into Another World by SlashCrit

This is a tale of 4 heroes inadvertently summoned into the world of “Quadra” where the “Gods of the Four Continents” are waging war against each other for the empty throne of the “One True God”. Caught up in this battle royale is our unlucky and naive protagonist, Suzuya Junichiro, an average high school student with a strange power. How . . .

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Orphic Phantasia by Dary Meredith

A Mystopian Faerie Tale

The world is dying. Every day, the Moon’s orbit deteriorates. With science unable to provide an answer, people turn to the Old Ways for salvation, to the supernatural world and its otherworldly courts, who see humans as little more than pawns and playthings for their myriad games and schemes. But Dante doesn’t believe the world is ending. He thinks . . .

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In the City of Wisteria by Doodle

In the city of Wisteria there grew a tree so tall it reached far above the clouds. Thinking it a sign from god that the gateway to heaven was open, the people rejoiced and worked to grow their strength to climb that tree. And while god wasn’t paying attention, a lone girl climbed the tree, all the way to the . . .

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Mantles by JDT

The first mages were discovered in March of 2012. The government reaction was immediate: the threat of magic was too grave to let its users survive. Soon after it was found that magic is endemic, with estimates emerging that mages could number in the millions. As public opinion shifted, the demand for justice against those who had orchestrated the Blue . . .

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Fate’s Fool by Justin L. Dew

Jeremiah Owens has finally run out of time. A deal he made with Fate to save the world is over and payment is due. Now he has one last chance to save to world, or lose his soul. An urban fantasy web serial about redemption, necromancy, and averting the apocalypse. . . .

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Heroes’ Twilight by KnightErrant

High Adventure in Low Fantasy!

A random group of characters are pulled into either preventing an ancient empire from rising back up or making sure it does. Some of them are dragged into the story kicking and screaming. . . .

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Walpurgis-Alt by Ingio Sharpe

The Demonlord of a distant multiverse battles a corrupted hero and comes away from the interchange victorious. Saving all the worlds from destruction and immortal peril. As a reward for his service to the cause of existence the powers that be agree to leave him alone after his final death. Freeing him from the awful destiny that plagued his days. . . .

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The Known Sword by Chad Battleheart

Welcome listeners and listen well, for the story I am about tell, is one to kill for . . .  Finn is a lost soul, a once abandoned boy who is now a young man with no direction or purpose. He lives in a city with no name, for no one has yet controlled it long enough for a name to stick. . . .

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The Gray Ranger: Unforgiven by Adam Bolander

Tassendile is a country where magic and firearms are used side by side, humans exist beside bizarre creatures, and the four moons grant people incredible powers. For two thousand years, Vashiil, the malevolent Black Moon, has been imprisoned in the Graylands. It is the job of the Gray Rangers to patrol this cursed dimension and ensure that it and its . . .

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The Puzzle Box by Edward Picot

On her way home for the Christmas holidays, Dora is given a mysterious box by her father. She also discovers that there’s a boy she’s never seen before in the back of the car—but he vanishes when she tries to tell her Dad about him. Then her Dad vanishes too: has he gone to work in London, or has he . . .

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Epilogue by Etzoli

A post-fantasy psychodrama

In the war-torn land of Cyraveil, four heroes strove to overthrow an empire. By cold steel and elemental sorcery, they brought peace to a warring land on the brink of destruction. As the flames died, the realm needed strong leadership, and who better than the champions who had saved the kingdom? But when the people sought out their saviors . . . they vanished. . . .

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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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NOMESQUE FICTION

Fantastical Fiction

By Tahjir, member

Apr 29, 2009: Nomesque Fiction is an eclectic collection of short stories. Though the stories themselves vary in genre or style, they all have a few things in common.

The writing is quirky and fast. You get the feeling that the author has a great deal of fun writing these, and it helps immensely. There is a sort of sarcastic, dark humor throughout, sometimes graphic, sometimes not. Even with the varying styles, it always works.

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