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Infigeas by Talonos

Trapped in a VR eSports tournament

Kyle signed the contract because he wanted to join an exciting pre-release eSports tournament. But now, he’s stuck in an immersive virtual reality world, fighting in a competition that might take years to complete. Will Kyle and the other contestants work together to escape the contest? Or will the world of Infigeas devolve into a barren PvP Hellscape? What would . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Data Dragon Danika by gusdefrog

A very small dragon's life.

After a great deal of preparation, Danika begins her new digital dragon’s life in a very small way. They say the “Living Jade Empire” creates individualized quests. They say it can read your mind. They say you can find your heart’s desire. They say that there’s never been a game like it, and they’re right but . . . they’re also wrong. . . .

A serialized novel, updating daily.
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Ætla Verǫld by Etzoli

Adventures and choices in an ungoverned world

AV Online was just a flash in the pan—a harsh, experimental world which lost most of its players in mere weeks. Only the dedicated few remained, carving out their destinies in corners of the vast abandoned world. Lily Quinn wasn’t one of them. With a career worth millions in the esports world, she didn’t have time for a game . . .

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The Dungeon Boss’s Favorite Game by Michael Dale

A Virmo Story.

Kragathor is the final guardian of the world’s deepest dungeon. He is an immortal pinnacle of existence that is otherwise known as an ancient dragon. And he is terribly bored. His sole source of amusement comes from scrying on the adventurer teams that are in the upper levels of his dungeon. Through spying on adventurers, Kragathor hears of a . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Star Exile: Singularity by Drew Cordell

The next generation of warfare was designed to be bloodless—at least that was the idea. When a 500-year old peace treaty from a war people to refuse to forget expires, the major political empires of the galaxy agree on a new way to settle the dispute for good: Eternity Online, a new and unknown all-digital game universe designed to give . . .

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Soft but fun, unique Lit-RPG

By linkret, member

Jun 11, 2018: So, this won’t be a long review, since I’m lazy. I found the title while randomly looking for interesting stuff to read. It’s a different take on the VR gaming Lit-RPG idea that’s gotten so cliche. The English is good, and I haven’t found a single spelling mistake so far. The story updates on a weekly basis, at 1.5k words on average. I’m writing this after I’ve read the first 21 chapters, and concluded that the story deserved a review. Light spoilers ahead:

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