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Fantasy and Magic meets Science and Technology. In this epic story of brotherly love, friendship, struggle, and conspiracy, come join in on an adventure that will take you on the journey behind the legend of one of the most beloved stories ever told!
THE VIOLENT QUEST BEGINS!
Rex is a talented young adult, prodigy, genius, and a charismatic young leader. His world is what you'd call peaceful until an accident changed his and his baby brother's life forever. Without money, in a body torn apart by the tragic accident, to save his brother in a coma, Rex jumps out of the frying pan and goes straight to the fire as the deal with a devil brought him into a world of war and tragedy, where people go looking for adventures but come out as warriors battling monsters and greedy foes. This is a story of triumph, adventure, trust, and deception in the Virtual World called Terroa, as seen from the eyes who created the legend behind the greatest villain ever known —The Destroyer.
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Okay the first volume of this series is amazing.... I love the concept, the plot, and how the MC grows.. A briliant college student who goes through a horible situation who learns to let the inner beast out in order to beat the "devil's" demands....
There are some problems with grammar and such as well as a tendency to skip over plot points making the reader confused until said plot points are covered 3-4 chapters later.
Bad news though with the second volume... While the 2nd is filled with action, it is clear that the author lost track of the original plot. The MC gets sucked up into a war because of a B*tch who basically forced him to have sex in order to travel to another country for a quest.(That's literally prostitution).. Then when her airship gets called to battle she forces him to fight her war unwillingly... For such a smart MC in the first book how in the world does this even come about? He outright refused her but she kept going on and on until she got what she wanted. She uses her sex appeal to turn every male user into an idiot (i'm sorry but in a game I as I am a guy I could care less whether your a girl or not it is a game and not your real body) yet acts like she is head over heals for the MC??? I hate the character 100%... Honestly I don't think any of your side characters have been all that likable, Many have been decent but she was just an idiotic add in... Your MC on the other hand was lovable and drove your story up until volume 2...
The MC in the war is basically attacked from all sides while he slaughters hundreds of users for no reason other than his own blood lust. He doesn't want to be there one bit and complains the two chapters leading up to his entrance onto the battlefield. But once he is down there hes like oh hey its my lucky day I get to kill people Kiwii!!! This is the same character who is manipulating nanobots in VR as well as designing essentially a weaker form of Ironman's foot and guntlet thrusters....
Book 3 is better somewhat then book 2 but with how much hatred and despise I obtained from the secound one I struggled to make my way through it...
This is actually surprisingly good. A little vague at times and a little confusing but, i see no reason why this can’t get to the top 50. This is a great read that deserves a lot more attention, than it does now.
This really seemed like a good start, despite the super unlikely scenarios. Volume one was good. 4.5*
Then things happened, events were skipped, the MC's personality warped without reason, and the whole goal he was striving for was left by the wayside. Sure he's still trying to get his brother saved, but his side of the bargain doesn't seem to have been brought up at all in the last 15 or so chapters before I stopped. Where's the consistency? And what the hell happened to the neighbors? They just dropped out of the story.
Volume two doesn't feel like the same story at all. Almost like the author was too excited to write about this epic and convoluted war, so he/she just said "F**k it, I'll explain what happened later".
( Read up to volume four chapter 29)
When everything is lost. What would you do to keep what you have left. Would you sell yourself .. but even that might not be enough. What if the costs you everything you’re trying save while losing everything you gained.
A violent struggle for peace could leave ones characters and the world broken.
This is exceptional series with remarkable plot this that suck the audience into a new and painfully world. There are a few noticeable faults, but that can ignore with such an addicting story. I highly recommend this series to the “general “fans of l virtual reality genre.
P.S Still trying to click for the next chapter, but I getting an 404 error on wattapad ?
The tone is properly done in this series, but there are some sections lacking.The emotions or the tone to the romance seems artificial. The diction is okay in the, but it would help if some of the character used different jargon. Sometimes it would be appropriate for the characters to explain themselves.
– The current format used on royal is messy as I first missed entire volume.
It’s not the “gamer” but something with plot that is exceptional done over 100 chapters and four volumes. It contains all the eight elements with good parameters. The themes such as “Dealing with lost, “friendship”, “death”, “gaming vs reality”,”human expectational”, and “In a Coma trapped in a game” . Though, the romance with nurse is subpar, but I already marked that done in style. They’re several plot twists that have the audience pressing next chapter even when there’s isn’t anymore yet.
– Extra Tags: Anti-hero, Sci-Fiction, Nano Technology
– Special note: No abuse of dividends the main characters not OP
Keep moving forward.
It’s hard to keep up with such detailed and complicated story, so I can see how the immersion breaks happen even with proofreading. A couple times every chapter, I see the wrong tense used in a few paragraphs. Sometimes, I see the wrong word, but that doesn’t happen often. Overall a good job done with grammar.
Overall the characters is done well , but some important characters are lacking depth. I find myself group the friends up into the “past friends” and “new friends”. I think it would help the story if they have something that distinguishes their individual characters like a quirks. They need to be more than their classes in the game, so give them personalities by their actions, behaviors and motivations.
Onwards to some weird aspects. At one point in the story as a reader I felt like the author blurs “dream fantasy” with “fantasy storytelling”. The introduction of the “slave” had me going wtf. There wasn’t enough warning for me to believe this character development. I believe the audience can accept it, but It would had been better to add a few more lines somewhere for the audience to predict that direction before it happens. I would be careful on using women as a plot devices in this matter considering your goals on international publishing. So remember the women’s perspective.
Overall, there’s enough characters with substance that have the audience crying for more. In fact, the main character has us looking for first aid kit as watch him barely survive the tragedy that is infolding on to his life.
+ Kudos on making the best background maid that I’ve ever seen written.
+Kudos to making the fun NPCs along the way.
There’s 15 chapters that aren’t listed on royalroad, but are instead on wattapad. So look for volume four (indicated inside the book). It had 29 chapters and it’s the most recently updated.
minor grammar mistakes when i read it, but the first volume was touched up upon since I read it in wattpad, great prologue, if that wouldn't get you hooked on a book then nothing will :P
Hello J.E. ReddCliffe
Your story was amazingly told. I couldn't comprehend the excitement I felt when I was reading Siva.
The prologue you made was emotional and action pack. It told how terrifying Siva The Destroyer. A whole army of S-Class Users trying to challenge the great disaster was so amazing, especially the reason of his rampage was only because of his missing beloved brother. It really made me shiver in excitement. That prologue was really powerful that my expectation on how will you tell the story of the greatest villain kept me in the dining table to devour all words of your novel.
However I was disappointed with the development. It went too fast. I was expecting he would struggle a bit or face challenges using all his wits to overcome them. But you just told how powerful he was just because of the unique skill Killing Zone, that he got from distributing all of his status points only in a supposedly useless stat.
The volume two was okay. I like the build up of suspense by showing the readers what's happening in the war while Siva was still in Ship(maybe having an intense bed session for many hours). I really like the volume until Siva went to the war to kill many players. I'm not against with all these stories about overpowered main characters, but I felt no thrill in those kind of stories. Also I felt like all of his skills were shown right of the bat just to say he's really the destroyer.
And this is my another issue with this story, Siva really sounds like a self-proclaimer guy. I thought the title The Destroyer was created because he would destroy anything in his way for his goal, but he just told everyone he faced he's the destroyer. Just like when he jumped from the ship, he sounded so cheesy there, that i felt it's just for fan-service or spice to have a girl chasing the main character. Titles aren't meant to be nicknames that you can just tell someone to call you that. The crowd should decide it. Yes he lived up with the name, but the origin of the infamous title is important.
Even with these issues I gathered from reading this novel, it was still enjoyable read. The actions were written perfectly, and especially world building. There were some grammar errors but it wasn't that bad. Though I still find it annoying that you kept repeating the same fact about 90% realism means 90% pain. I noticed this when I re-read volume 2, 3 and 4.
I have read this elsewhere this story is amazing so I’m rating now whether you upload more or not
Interesting premise but as soon as he enters the game it becomes a disjointed mess. The game not being exactly like every other VRMMO what with starting at max level, having entirely gear based progression and no crafting is interesting but author doesn't seem to have thought through the implications of all of that. All the girls having a crush on him is kind of nice though a little weird.
Mainly this seems to be about reading about how awesome the MC is while constantly wondering about what kind of mysterious and awesome plan or motivations he has this time which can be nice but a little frustrating.
This is a very well written FF he knows how to mix in action, character development, and world building while keeping up the readers interest. If I have one complaint (very minor because it is understandable) are the few grammar errors. A few times he mixed up (him, her, he, she) and it got a little confusing, but aside from that he certainly knows how to write a story and he does it well.
If anyone has read this and is still not sure about reading; please do this guy really deserves more views
The grammar is good despite the fact that it’s your second language. I’m from the same country as you and it is really a shock when I first notice it through reading your novel. There are plot twists here and their and it really make the story cool and somehow fun and enjoyable to read.
ONE DOES NOT SIMPLY SPOIL
I will go to wattp*d now to check your novel. Kudos to you! Thank you for writing this story.