Adventurer Academy: Greyblood (A LitRPG Series)

by DanielPrince

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy LitRPG Magic Male Lead Non-Human lead School Life Strategy Strong Lead

Half-Orc. Half-Human. All Champion.

Lugor is a Half-Orc, and in his world, that's a very dangerous thing to be.

He dreams of becoming an Adventurer, slaying monsters and delving into dungeons. Unfortunately for him, one cut to his skin could reveal his secret. He's forced to spend his days in his small village, working at the Smithy and keeping his head down.

But when his world is turned upside down in a monster attack on his village, Lugor seeks training at the Adventurer Academy, where he can learn to become the Champion that he was born to be. It won't be easy, especially whilst contending against an arrogant mage who is determined to see him fail.

With a steadfast Dwarfen Elementalist and a sarcastic Dark-Elf Necromancer by his side, Lugor sets out to prove that just because he's Half-Orc, doesn't mean he can't be a hero.


This story includes the following:

- Half Monster MC
- Game mechanics in a Fantasy world
- Sword and Board MC 
- Crafting abilities like Enchantment and Blacksmithing

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Steve Moss
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  • Only two chapters but off to a great start. 

I confess I have a soft spot for old school fighters.  It’s nice to have an MC who is a fighter.  

shader009
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An excellent start but you've probably spoiled some of the story with your synopsis. We know what will happen eventually even if we don't know how it will come to pass. Fix that to keep some suspense going and you'll be golden. Also really can't wait for the updates. It's THAT good. Looking forward to more.

Falbelo
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Great interactions between characters. I like the perspectives that were presented and the backgrounds tat are revealed for each.

Personally, I think it had a strong opening and kep with engaged.
No obsene use of stat system to pad chapters.

 

Overall style and grammar score are high, but could use a light edit to improve.

The story is original and is giving a humanized 'monster' perspective for it which I find exciting.

 

I think its a killer story and if the pace continues it will be a story that is could easily be one of the better LitRPGs on RR.
Looking forward to more Lugor and crafting.

jpuntuned
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Here for some sweet orcish loving.

Orcs don't get enough love, neither do blacksmith

Dannyboy got my attention  for sure. I'm going  to follow the story and steadily  improve the story rating.

I wish the protagonist  was greenskinned.

 

Havoc the Younger
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Funny, thrilling, and funny to boot! If you're looking for good humor, magic, and youthful shenanigans mixes with serious danger...you should give it a shot 😉

sonnyblue
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Difficult to review after only one chapter but it was a great start, keep up the good work.

Kojibear
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Promising start to what I hope is an ongoing lit. 

gary0044187
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great start, looking forward to where this goes!

Alex M
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Good pacing and well thought out

Many litrpgs on RR feel very rushed, leaving little time for any real character development, particularly in side characters. Adventurer Academy has taken the time to establish a setting, and introduced actual personalities. The grammar is good and descriptions are on point.

Well worth a read.

Necamijat
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Good grammar (that probably just needs a quick passthrough to fix) and very easygoing and direct style lend itself to readability.

The character traits of the MC are between 'well developed' and 'predictable' for the genre. It's the almost generic 'stern, yet somewhat naive, up-and-coming hero' character.

The story has a few good hooks, some decent worldbuilding, and the characters are generally likeable, relatable, or heck, even appear to be malleable by what they have went through.

Unfortunately, the author decided to stray away from introduced world-building, and put a literal God to drive the plot in an moment of necessity. While not unheard of, it could've possibly be done with greater finesse if it was taken care of earlier and with already given/explained world building tools, which were actually novel and interesting, and could give the fiction a push.

I'm also weirded out by the obvious conflict between what the MC had done and what was done to him in regards to class giving. 

Spoiler: Spoiler

 All in all, I can't give this fiction more than 3.5. It has good hooks and a decent writing style, but I felt that single moment in execution cost a lot more than it should've.

But I'm probably not the one you should be listening anyway. If you manage to get past chapter 15, then you're a better person than I.