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Ward by wildbow

The Rules Have Changed

Sequel to Worm, Ward features a change of protagonists and takes place after the events of the first work. Spoilers below. The unwritten rules that govern the fights and outright wars between ‘capes’ have been amended: everyone gets their second chance. It’s an uneasy thing to come to terms with when notorious supervillains and even monsters are playing . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Awakenings by Erin M. Klitzke

a post apocalyptic serial

Marin Astoris had a vision a few years ago, of a mushroom cloud rising beyond the university’s iconic clocktower. A voice whispered in her ear, take a breath and wait to die. That vision never came to pass. Something else happened instead: an asteroid, a botched attempt to stop it from hitting earth, and a resulting cataclysm that left only . . .

A serialized novel, updating Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Not All Heroes by Rhodeworks

Not all apocalypses are cataclysmic

The year is 2061. The Golden Age of empowered heroes ended in the cataclysmic fires of The Collapse. Costumed demigods brought the world to a dire precipice and individuals and institutions are still picking up the pieces, still walking the precarious tightrope of a world-shaking paradigm shift. The world is not as it once was. The relics of the . . .

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Thirst by Zach Zimmerman

It's like Mad Max with vampires

Thirst is all about the effects of survival on a cast of very different personalities. The populace is in an age of rebuilding itself from near annihilation, but progress is still slow. This world is heavily influenced by the video game “Fallout: New Vegas”, George Miller’s “Mad Max” films and Richard Matheson’s “I Am Legend” short story. As the author, . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Prairie Song by Marn and Alyssa

A post-apocalyptic roadtrip across America.

John is a former indentured farmhand, setting out in search of fresh water and an escape from his past. Cody is a traveling bounty hunter and musician, on the run from a debt he can’t repay. Friday is a lounge singer and burlesque dancer, fiercely protective of her friends, seeking adventure. Valerie is an orphan priest, weighed down by responsibility . . .

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The Soulreaper Chronicles by James Monaghan

Murder, mystery and magic in a world teetering on the edge

The British Isles, the 16th century. Decades ago, the fae returned to the mortal world. Released by a coven of magicians after centuries of imprisonment, they swept across the British Isles, covering the land with a tangled forest of enchanted trees. Cities fell. Thousands died. Only a handful of cities were saved. Years later, the people of the . . .

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The Fifth Defiance by Walter

Rise, though you rise against the heavens.

A technological breakthrough gave rise to the Ultrahumans. The Ultras gave rise to war. What was once America writhes beneath the fists of an indestructible tyrant, and a brutal war rages over the remainder of the planet. This is the story of some of the men and women who live during Prevailer’s regime, and of the Fifth Defiance. . . .

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Rackham & Crane by Nathan Bruinooge and Phil Chase

A correspondence

This is a serial correspondence between two fictional characters, Benjamin Rackham and Eliot Crane. Their letters are written by Phil and Nate, respectively, who build the narrative by responding to each other’s letters, but do not otherwise communicate or coordinate concerning the plot. In the story so far, a supernatural disaster has befallen Albion (a fictional England), and our . . .

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Grand Design by TMarkos

Revenge for the Death of Humanity

Confined in a holding cell, Jesri is under suspicion of being something impossible—an artificial life form, born of the long-dead human race. In that same abandoned ancient city she will find a long-lost comrade, setting out to find the architect of humanity’s doom and take vengeance for their downfall. . . .

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Post Human by J P Koenig

Can humanity be saved after the complete destruction of Earth?

What do you do when you find yourself the sole survivor of the complete destruction of Earth? Nikola winds up in that position, disembodied in a half-built asteroid outpost, the last remnant and only hope of the human race. Nikola exists now only in digital form, controlling drones and cameras to interact with the world. But Nikola’s memories are fractured, . . .

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Gift of Light by Chrysalis

Gifted girl, cursed city

Nicoletta AKA Wisp has a gift: she shapes sunlight into floating spheres that can alert her of impending danger—which is fortunate since her home, a city tainted by the aftermath of a supervillain’s death, bears a curse. Toxic vapors rise from the sewers on hot summer days, snuffing out anything that lives at ground level. No one is supposed . . .

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Advent: Red Mage by DM Xanadu

When the Advent began, Drew Michalik was working in a top secret facility in Washington, D.C. When all electronics simply ceased to work and blue screens appeared before him, he gained access to a mana interface and a number of crystals called xatherite. Utilizing these xatherite, he gained the ability to cast spells. Now alone and in the dark, he . . .

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SAM AT THE END OF THE WORLD

The Kind of Hero You Want to Read About (But Not Live With)

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Dec 6, 2008: I should probably start with some kind of disclaimer here. The author of this work asked me to read it before submitting it to Web Fiction Guide because he wanted to know if it was ready.

I thought it was then and still do.

According to the author’s preface before the beginning, the story is zombie inspired. I skipped the preface and didn’t notice that until I came back and read the [more . . .]

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RACKHAM & CRANE

Improvisatory Letters

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Jul 11, 2015: This is a fun serial. Well, I suppose that only works if your idea of fun is two Britishmen trying to understand the apocalyptic hellscape that their world has become. Usually that wouldn’t be my kind of story, but I’ve got to say, this pulled me in.

The biggest draw for me was actually the format. Whereas epistolary novels can often feel a little played out, his one does something interesting: each of the two characters gets written by a different [more . . .]

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