DCO- Dungeon Core Online

by Glyax

Original ONGOING Adventure Comedy Fantasy Sci-fi LitRPG Magic Male Lead Reader interactive School Life Secret Identity Strategy Virtual Reality

James hates his real life. He spends his days being bullied in school, and at home he simply reads and plays games. The only thing he has to look forward to is immersion. When he is immersed in the virtual world he can be whatever, whoever, he wants: He can escape the world that has thrown him away.

As such, when a new game, Dungeon Core Online, comes out, James is excited to play. He immerses himself as soon as he can, but when he is set to create his character he is instead offered a different choice. Now, James is the Dungeon Core and he suddenly finds himself wielding more power, with more options, than he's ever had before. The only downside... there are people in the real world who do anything, even kill, to gain the power of a Dungeon Core in the virtual world.

 

*I will try to always get at least 3 chapters a week, though life has started to get a bit busy. I will do my best, and apologize if I fail to meet these goals :( *

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EleMentalPhoenix
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Heya. 

Style: Its good but nothing exceptional.

Story: Its a fairly common theme. With fairly common Concept. But its funny and entertaining enough.

Grammar: Im not a native speaker and didnt see any errors so yeah..

Character: Well how to say this.. The MC is a standard Nerd and the other characters are like a clone of real people.. but hey, it works.

I would recommend it

Keep up the good work laughing

 

Denver Boyer
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Got to say was not expecting to laugh so much but exploding sheep just hit me really hard for some reason. Great story so far and a have no qualms recommending it to others.

Worgrider7
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Very Good interpretation of a Dungeon Core Novels.

Few grammatical Errors

Kurama97
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Looking forward to more

I started reading this on a whim but it surprised me. It's getting harder and harder to be original with such a popular genre but they've done it and done it well. When the story's advanced more I'll have more to say but for now it's good and I highly recommend it.

Michael Mellenthin
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This is the first content I have read like this.  I have greatly enjoyed it.  Can't wait to see more.

Modaghair
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 This dungeon VR game has hilarious developers and amazing potential for growth. It might be interesting to see how the physical and immersed worlds influence each other, but even if the story never turns to focus on that it'll be an amazing read because of the fairy, dangers of new technology, well-populated dungeon, and most of all the references and puns. GL HF, Glyax.

Lnaeles
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I love this story!!! The characters are fun and easy to get into, it's witty and hilarious, and it is definately a genre for gamers!! :D

RueStryker
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This is a great read. I've never read any '''dungeon core" or anything from this author and so far it's good!  The story line is fun and flows very nicely. The author does a good job of inputting the "dungeon stats" while not doing it overwhelmingly so.  Highly suggest this and look forward to more from this Author. 

C.J. Hanks
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The battle of puns shall not end!

I can’t wait for more! Just remember, bunnies are the scaryist of all!
TheDeepDarkReef
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I have to say, this has been a great read so far. 

The style is great, and you can tell the author is having fun with the story, everything from the way the characters joke around with one another to the naming schemes and flavor text makes this abundantly clear. 

So far the story is moving forward steadily, there hasn't been much driving the plot beyond the desire to play the game, and there hasn't been any need for it yet.

The motivations for everyone are simple while still being relatable, and the main character himself is already undergoing some tangible character development without it feeling forced.

Everything is well written, and any errors which do get pointed out are swiftly corrected, making for a nice, immersive reading experience. I'm looking forward to seeing how this novel progresses, and I'm hopeful that it stays just as pleasant no matter how that happens.