Enter a dungeon, find a suitably rare treasure and exchange it for your freedom. Until then, you won’t be protected by human laws. You may as well be another monster wandering the dungeon.
A young man is thrown into a dungeon with one goal—return to the surface! He quickly learns that other raiders can’t be trusted. But if he can’t party up with humans, then what about a monster?
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I'm usually not one for reviews, but so far this story is interesting. In the first 6 chapters you can easily see each character's motivations, and while there have only been a few characters I can still remember all of them. The plot, while simple enough, is only getting started, and I have high expectations for the rest of it. I'm looking forward to this, and I know there are a bunch of people who don't read a story until there's at least one review, so I'll be that first reviewer.
No, seriously. I don't usually write reviews, especially not when an author is explicitly asking for it, but this one is something else. This is one of those.
The characters all act naturally and consistently (!), and the non-human party member is portrayed very well; I especially like the gradual learning process that is very noticeable.
The world is described and showed on a need to know basis with interludes strewn about to reinforce the world and characters, but it never feels forced or rushed. (In case you need me to spell it out for you, that translates into "No infodumps".)
I've literally not spotted a single grammatical error or typo in the 150 pages that I've read until now. For RRL, that's pretty amazing. And not only the grammar, the style and flow of the story also put it very clearly ahead of many, many other fictions on here.
50 characters needed to post a review and all I wanted to say was "Good, very good"
It got its hooks and tentacles in me right from the start and I really hope you wouldn't leave it unfinished.
I have little doubt it will be among the top fictions here sooner or later.
edit: Unfortunately, hiatus
Stupid decisions are justified by the value of human life (Even the slime agrees that human life is vastly more valuable than that of monsters). The resulting problems to the party are resolved through a band-aid called plot armor.