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Magik Online by Void Herald

A story of network-powered magic 

A thousand spells in your pocket, for a price.

So the email told Mathias, a creative teenager dreaming of freedom on a conquered Earth where magic is a resource to fight over, and a dragon despot rules the stars. The mysterious Magik website offers him the chance to purchase magical powers online, so long as he fulfills the requests of hidden benefactors. He accepts.

Now embroiled in a power game he barely understands, Mathias decides to do the only sensible thing: build a crack team of magicians, monsters, and would-be knights to take down their oppressive dictatorship. An easy Quest, right?

Note: Magik Online contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Mar 7, 2019

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By Bobthebuilder, member

Mar 13, 2019: This series is very new, nust a couple months old, but is already 17 very long, fairly well written chapters in – so #1 plus point for me is consistent and content level of updates.

On to the story: the premise is very unique, especially for a litrpgish story. Its set in the real world, the universe is exactly that – the entire universe, and it promises to explore that angle. While there are a lot of world building questions its obvious that they will be answered, and the answers so far have lived up to the mystery.

As far as the little goes The status screens and leveling system make sense in world, done logically without taking over the story. While there are many questions on what the beck is going on there there is definitely again a promise that answers will come.

The characters are also fairly well developed as believable individuals with real issues and class, and not cliches/stereotypes, that many of these type of stories fall into. That said, there is definitely work to be done here as the protagonost is very ‘heroic’ a word he uses himself for himself. His power growth is also very rapid, as usual for this type of novel – but it does take away some from the realism of the story. Also there is a little bit of an anime harem theme that is frankly a disservice to otherwise good female characters with depth.

Aa the chapters progress it seems like character depth is growing, making me care more about the cast as a whole, and the scope of the plot with it.

Overall, having read most of the top 20 series on this site id say the quality of the writing on this puts it in the top 5 easily, so if you like litrpg this is definitely for u. If you don’t hate likely, you should definitrly check this out. And even if you hate litrpg, I’d still give it a chance. Basically of weird fantasy/sci-fi/action is in your wheelhouse read this!

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