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The Undying Prince by Baron Blackwell

The best color to paint with is blood.

It has been centuries since the Sorcerer-Kings of old destroyed the world in their mad race to create ever-more-horrifying creatures. Now in the Fourth Age, known as the Age of Monsters, humanity clings to life by its fingernails, hidden behind walled cities and towns. On the island of Daði, four kingdoms exist in an uneasy truce, ruled and protected . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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The Divine Elements by Daman

A Thrilling Adventure

Anger. Pain. Desolation. In the continent of Agatha, brutality and carnage is the way of life. To stand at the apex of all beings is the ultimate goal of all Elementalists. The Inheritance of the Ancients will once again be brought unto this world, and amidst the chaos, new Blood will flow. This is the story of . . .

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Aethernea by Cloe D. Frost

Adventure. Mystery. Romance. Two mages. One Academy. Lots of trouble.

In the world where everyone can perform magic, where quest seekers, treasure hunters, and enchanters are common professions, and where mage duels are the most popular form of entertainment, Kiel is a “non-mage” – a person who doesn’t have the aptitude to use magic on a regular basis – until he meets Elaru- a mage of mysterious origin, who . . .

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Rigel: The Savage World by GSD Reddy

A Journey in the world of Immortals, Supernatural beasts, Taoist cultivators, Gods and Devils.

Our lives depend on our dreams. We live for them, we depend on them and when they shatter, they shatter our spirits. Love is a dream and the most important of all. When it shatters, it shatters more than just our spirit. It shatters our souls. Born a slave, Rigel still dared to dream of love. Stripped of his . . .

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GOTA – God Of The Arts by OmegaAlphaTau

The plagued young noble of the Aurum bloodline is tossed into the politics of his homeland. What starts as a path to revenge grows ever brighter, ever vivid into a path to the peak. Through time and Fate’s interweaving fingers he experiences all life has to offer as he reaches for beyond the skies, the enigma known as life unraveling . . .

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Song of the Phoenix by Queendrops

She was the eldest daughter of the Huang’s general household, Huang Baihe. Known for being the infamous good-for-nothing useless trash. She was looked down upon by everyone and ultimately died pitifully by the hands of her fiancé. She was the 25th century most deadliest assassin – quick, precise and efficient. After coming in contact with a mysterious artifact during . . .

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The Ocean Flame Palace Host by Arclight Symphony

Hai Yun is the youngest divine ranked alchemist on the Scarlet Flame continent. He was an orphan picked up by a wandering Alchemist Grandmaster and raised in the Crystal Ocean Alchemy Sect. As he soon got bored of refining other peoples recipe, he started creating his own. One such recipe was of an elixir that can allow one to retain . . .

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Martial Void King by BeginnersXianxia

Cultivation is a journey. A journey to the peak! Can a young man born destined to be left behind surpass all others? A young artificer is offered the chance to become someone at that peak. He journeys to new lands filled with wondrous things. Saints! Ruffians! Spaceships! Swords! Just what can all these things have in common? A young boy’s . . .

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Spectral Regalia by Zephon

Can you feel it? That tugging feeling on your heart? That falling sensation as you are forced into a deep well by the people you trusted most? In your heart you decide to accept it, to bear it, to die with it, yet, even as you continue falling your decision haunts you. A general . . .

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Divine Empress of Chaos by Queendrops

A mysterious old man appeared before Yu Liang and her younger brother one day, throwing her peaceful world into chaos. Trapped inside the Divine Chaos Pagoda, she must safeguard her brother and reach the top while fending off enemies if they wish to escape the tower. Just what secrets does this pagoda hold? With the promise of a legendary . . .

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God’s Trial by Arclight Symphony

Arclight Symphire is a born cripple. In a world of martial cultivation where practitioners can gather the spiritual energy of Heaven and Earth through their bodies orifices, and use martial skills by releasing that stored energy in certain patterns from their bodies orifices, Arclight Symphire has a rare disease which closes his orifices as he grows older. Turning a genius . . .

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A Rich Fantasy Story

By thelonewanderer, author of The Open Road

Jul 22, 2017: that is what it gives such weight to the story. To the setting, the magic system, the politics, its characters and their inexplicable motivations. It feels thick, a thing to relish, something to sink your teeth into. (Like Erik is kept being told to).

But there are times when the story stumbles, when one scene transitions to the next, especially in the opening arcs. The timeskips, both back and forward, are not very clearly explained and sometimes you have go back [more . . .]

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