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Tec Mage is by far one of the best stories on this site. Plot, world building, character building are all on point. Some authors love to give the MC's random power ups that turn you off from a story but this author does not. The MC worked for all of his abilities and every power up is justifiable and more importantly believable.
Some people would want to lead you to believe the story is dull and boring and the MC does random and seemingly meaningless task, but that is far from the truth. Every action is calculated and the "boring" parts of the story are actually interesting bits of world building and character development.
Now a big issue a lot of people have is with the grammar and I will say yes it was pretty bad in the beginning, but even at it's worst it is still better than 95 percent of the authors on this site at their best. While i have not gone back to re-read previous chapters, I am currently up to date with this story ( Chapter 47) and I can say the grammar has improved tremendously. With the improved grammar I can say with full confidence this is one of the best stories on this site and you would not regret reading it.
So to this story i can only start with the bad stuff and that ist:
Grammar....... thats it.
The story is increadibly good writtin in my opinion, an MC that is not stupidly OP from the beginning and Killing everything on sight. Many Good Inventions and different aspekt how to overcome the Problem or alternative ways to end the Quests. So now the Pros:
- Many Crafting ideas
- a system that shows leveling is not everything
- Alternative Possiblitys to end quest without just Killing
- Hidden jobs and alternative possibilitys in a Gameworld.
Also for people that want to just an Battle novel with an OP MC and many many Harem members, sorry that story is not for you.
Second Best royalroad fan fiction next to "the fool" series
Great story, awesome character and very neat development
Shitty grammar mistakes that gives me headache
This is the only story that i cant binge read due to headache induced by your grammar mistakes
I would love to PR your work but i'm not very proficient in PRing.
So please! somebody! PR this awesome story!!
All the rides instead of rids, slaves instead of salves, forgetting the s and 's and occasionally mistaking one for the other, quite instead of quiet and many similar cases are kind of annoying.
Aside from that it's a really good, inventive story. Definitely not some kind of copycat fanfic but a whole new story that happens to take place in the same world and game. You really miss out if you don't try this.
it strikes a great balance between being OP and not so OP for the MC.making it just right for my taste
I like where the story is going so far, but I think you can add a little more about his life outside the game. You have the back story, what happened after he was replaced, but what now? Is he going to go back to his old job, how far along is he with his school? Is he going to leave that country and by his own piece of land, will he start his own merchant company trading to other kingdoms? Will he kill his mentor’s son-in-law or will he try to reform him and make him repent for his past crimes? Will the apprentices and all the people he has helped move if he builds his own land outside the reach of those power hungry outlanders?
I really want to give this story a better rating. I honestly do. But the sheer amount of grammatical and spelling mistakes makes this an impossibility. I would not have read this fiction without the story being engaging.
The main character, while "perfect", is interesting. The fight scenes could use some more detail, but there are some inventive ways to defeat powerful foes. It isn't just the MC fighting alone. He has some help with a few NPCs that have their own personality and motivation, albeit shallow and simple. The chapters are long, which is great.
Grammar. How do you have such a grasp of the English language to tell an engaging story and not know the difference between their, there, and they're? I honestly cannot think of a SINGLE TIME that you have used one of those 3 words correctly. "There" is used instead of "their" in every single chapter and the one time the correct word was "their", you used "there". "Quite" is very different from "quiet". "With held" is one word. Viscous is not vicious. Etc. The list is nearly endless with the wrong words being used. I'm talking multiple words per chapter.
Do you not know what a period ( . ) and a comma ( , ) are used for? They are not interchangeable. You use massive run-on sentences that last for hundreds of words. Looking at a few chapters, I do not think you use one period outside of ( ... ).
You also need to figure out tenses of words. I cannot count the number of times I saw the wrong tense. Ran/run, , hand/hung, swim/swam, etc. These are different words and need to be treated as such.
When I read a story and catch a spelling or grammatical error, I will usually comment about it so the author can make the change to the correct word or fix the grammar. In this story, I would be unable to do so because I would exceed the character limit.