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A new world with nearly unlimited possibilities. A status, classes, magic and monsters. Sounds good? Well, for Ilea it didn't come quite as expected as for some other protagonists, nor was there a king or god to welcome her.
The grand quest? Well, she might figure that out someday but for now, a new world with new food is prize enough. Her fists at the ready, she's prepared to punch and get punched, however long it takes and however many limbs she might have to regrow.
A story I've started writing now quite a while ago. Transported to another world, somewhat standard fantasy setting with my beginner attempts to make it dark but funny. There are Litrpg elements here but I do hope it's not too heavy and annoying. The fights should be interesting and aren't just numbers vs numbers. Contrary to the title the protagonist will be quite an offensive fighter.
Ilea Spears is your average sarcastic kick-boxing fast food worker and soon to be student. She will be transported to another world rather conventionally and will be confronted with survival in the wild.
Give it a shot and let me know what you think. My experience is incredibly lacking. If you find yourself hating it early on, do convey your anger in a detailed comment or review :) I want to get better but without any feedback it's simply quite difficult.
Quick heads up: Around chapter 120 there are a bunch of longer PoV changes that I discontinued again shortly after. The Arc around chapters 150-200 is darker than the rest and the themes shift quite a bit. Just know that it goes back to what you've come to know after that section.
Thank you for reading.
Quick update June 2019: Many complaints regarding the formatting, specifically spacing in conversations and of course the usage of the present tense in the first 36 chapters have been addressed. I'm of course learning by the day but compared to how it was before it should be an improvement at least.
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Cover art by Kevin Catalan
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This is one of my favorite series, and I am an avid follower on the Patreon. A must read for all LitRPG and honestly any high fantasy fans.
Style: This story uses one of the most interesting systems I have come across in LitRPG. It is an amazing balance of consistent ad creative. The world develops as our character does without the need for chapters and chapters of exposition. The introduction of a strong female lead who grows in a logical if lucky manner represents a nice break from the pure OP or stupid MCs of many series.
Story: This is a progression LitRPG following a strong female lead. It uses one of the best systems in any LITRPG I have seen. It is creative and detailed in a way that makes sense. Additionally, the reader is not bombarded with constant stat pages. There are POV swings, but they are relatively few for a series this long and add to the world building. Action heavy series, with a good transition in the level of detail provided for the different fights. Finally, the world itself is well defined and interesting.
Grammar: This series is well structured and edited. It is closer to a professional work than most of the stories on RR.
Character: Ilea is one of the best strong female leads I have read in a series. Her actions and decisions throughout the series are consistent and in line with her own philosophy. Additionally, her own desire to remain human as she grows stronger makes her engaging and relatable. The supporting cast is flushed out and shows its own development. They have their own personalities and avoid the tropish, 2D style in many LitRPG stories.
A friend suggested me this story. I read a few chapters and then completely lost it: day in and day out I did nothing else but read it! I personaly think it is very well written. The world, history of different species and orders, characters and their interactions with eachother. I truly hope this goes on for a long while!
Thanks, Rhaegar! Keep it up!
I've had a great time catching up on the so many chapters that Rhaegar has written. The first few felt a bit rough, but I had read so many recommendations that I knew I had to push through, and I'm very glad I did. The world has slowly expanded, but things have been set up and foreshadowed in such a way that it all feels right.
I love the evolutions, and how the skills develop. It must be so hard to keep track and continue thinking them all up, but I think it's been done very well.
I'm looking forward to seeing how the story continues!
this one is amzing, the caracter and word development are fantastic, the way the MC strenght is introduced is very very good, most of the stories whith strong MCs get lost in this part the MC become so overhelming that the autor become unable to create any problems for the MC to get throut, and then they extend the situation much more than necessary just to end up when every side character thinks its all over for the MC to make his dramatic entry and solve everything with a wavw of his hands.
The MC here is stronger then most of others whith similar LV but not as much to do watherver she wants without any concequences. and this crats lots of situations where we realy hope for the MC safety and make us tense every time she fight couse we cant be sure of her victory.
I love that for once the MC was smart enough not to just go run into danger when they first discover thier new situation. Taking thier time to get a feel for the new reality. Only on the first five chapters but loving it. really easy to read and follow the story.
I f*cking love this story. I don't know what else to say..
I think anyone could learn a lesson or two from the ways Azarinth Healer handles powerful characters and the way they fit in to a setting.
With how highly this story is rated and loved, I doubt I can add any new insights.
So I'll just say this:
Praise be God-Queen Lilith, may her reign be everlasting.
I'm sure the MC would just adore such praise..
Good ltrpg. One of the better here. I read the story almost to the half point non stop before my interest waned a bit. Still return to check it out. I would say the first chapters were better worked, the politics ark I found interesting and it seems later it started slowing down a bit in quality.
Solid Ltrpg a bit bloated in latter chapters 3.8/4
I really liked this story. But instead of doing an analysis like I'm some professional, I'd rather just list off some other things I liked besides this book so you get a sense of what I enjoy. This way you can properly guess whether it would be addictive to you as well.
- Patrick rothfuss,
- Martin lawrence (prince of thorns and red sister especially),
- Harry P and the method of rationality,
- mother of learning
- Joe abercrombie (the blade itself),
- Avatar the last airbender,
- One punch man.... I love these.
And many more, but these should give you an idea, I hope.
If you actually care to know why think I liked it so much, then feel free to pm.
There's just too much content for me to go into a deep dive but after catching up over the last week a few things stuck out as overarching themes.
First off, the writing mechanics just aren't good. There is a noticeable multitude of technical errors that need correction every chapter. However, there's been significant improvement over time and the effort is definitely appreciated. I say this because the first few chapters were nearly impenetrable for me.
There is actual complexity in motivation across the world and cast. People are rarely just good or bad and often have very concrete motivations for their actions and show development as events progress. The main cast develop well too, growing in both power and responsibility as they learn more and more about their world.
Third, this is the first Isekai-type series I've read that has an epically powerful main character progress rapidly in a way that makes sense. That's hilatiously rare.
Illea's a special combination of lucky and insane - she gets a powerful class in the beginning (which seems to make sense in context) but the way she carries it forward into development is incredib..ly painful. Her training is so ridiculously agonizing she develops skills related to it. It's also made very clear that the progress of her growth is driven by ludicrous levels of risk and a willingness to dive headfirst into the impossible when others would have given up long ago.
If she had never been transported to Elos, Illea would have probably taken up basejumping.
Overall, I highly recommend this series for a read.
I haven't been on the site as long as some of the ancients on here, but I have been here for the very beginning of some of the other prominent stories. I have at least been reading been reading since the beginning of this story, Defiance of the Fall, the Primal Hunter, He Who Fights With Monsters, etc. Of those stories, this is the only one I have continuously followed on a week to week basis and it is the only one that has stayed on my following list permanently. Azarinth Hunter is not the most unique story on this site, doesn't have the most elaborate world building, doesn't have the greatest characters, and doesn't have a wonderfully elaborate plot, but it is unfailing a solid read that will entertain. While Worm, Mother of Learning, and Practical Guide to Evil have shown that it is possible to have all of those things in a webnovel form, this story exists on the next level below those by being a stalwartly dependable dopamine rush every other day.