There is no Epic Loot here, Only Puns.
She became a dungeon core.
Everything pointed Delta to murdering her way to success. People were just mana farms, right?
No, that was wrong. Delta refused. Then everything became odd.
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It's a breath of fresh air. Truly unique when it comes to dungeon novels. If you enjoy the dungeon theme, and/or enjoy the game "War for the Overworld" then I think you'll enjoy this story.
This is definitely not your average 'Dungeon Core' story. If you are like well-fleshed characters, spider killing puns, pot-making-mushroom, and DUCKS; head over to SpaceBattles and catch up to the newest 37th chapter.
I generally don't read stories with Female lead much as I cannot immerse myself in the generic plot lines and cliche characters. But this one was an exception with a very enjoyable main charcters. So, here is a brief review:
Great character building.
solid world building with gradual revealing of more details with a mysterious feeling.
slow pace (barely fast enough not to be a slice of life). But you will never get bored, so not that bad.
Lot of interaction with dungeon monsters, each with their individual personalities.
Overall story gives girlish vibes (My personal opinion.)
Slow Update rate.
Continue writing in your current style, I enjoy it so much.
The development of the village surrounding the dungeon was a pleasant surprise. This isn't like other stories where the only character is the reincarnated dungeon core and a few very close companions. Instead, this author goes above and beyond with interesting world-building that only makes me more and more excited at who is going to walk into Delta's dungeon next.
As always I will keep this brief. Story is amazing. Massive amounts of character growth, puns and jokes out of the wazoo, drama that doesn’t get old, memorable characters, good worldbuilding, and has unlimited potential. Give it a read, you will not regret it.
WITHOUT MUSHROOMS THERE'S NO GLORY!!
THERE'S NO LOVE...
NOTHING MAKES SENSE!!
Why is there no comedy tag. Delta deserve a comedy tag. Her whole dungeon deserve a comedy tag. Hell, this whole novel is one big comedy tag
As I was writing this, I noticed that two other people have already compared your work to that of the late great Sir Terry Pratchett. And who am I to go against my esteemed peers? Because they're totally right.
It's got abtruse coincidences, convoluted puns, one-note characters that reveal secret symphonies, and just downright clever and interesting dungeon ideas. It's great. If you're not reading it already, maybe get started.
This story is an experience like no other. It may come of as a bit odd at times, but it has a certain kind of charm to it.
This is no ordinary dungeon story, it has a world outside the dungeon. The mc also goes for befriending rather than murderising. This is done very well, and I sometimes find myself shedding tears of happiness.
To the writer, I say thank you for a wonderful story and a great adventure.
This story is a ray of sunshine. It is the most heartwarming and funny slice-of-life dungeon novel, but is in no way sickly sweet.
Every chapter feels me with anticipation, and then joy as I read through it. I can't count how many times I have caught myself smiling widely while reading, and there aren't even that many chapters!
Give it a read, finding this was an amazing moment for me.
The characters develop and the story itself is interesting and full of characters and details, while of course PUNS AND MUSHROOMS ARE AMAZING! (and I read that in my imagined Deo's voice...)