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Henry is off on a class trip with his fellow students, however, an accident caused the whole class to be transported into another world. In the process Henry finds himself seperated and in the body of cadet Lucid Gracile. Thrown into an unknown modern world filled with magic and powerful monsters named hyres Henry, as Lucid, must learn how to wield magic from the bottom up in hopes to travel the dangerous land to search for his fellow friends and classmates while battling the deep fear of losing himself as he lives through Lucid.

Will he find his friends before its too late?


Goal is about 2 Chapters a week releasing on Wednesday and Sunday . 

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Lemon Stealer
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Lucid is a great story that takes a step away from the usual otherworldly fantasy, and throws our protagonist into the body of a literal mute autist living in a Sci-Fi world.

Now if that isn't a great set-up, I don't know what is! 5/5

Though the main objective and the goals of Lucid are set in stone fairly early, the story keeps itself entertaining nevertheless.

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Good, if not great, but doesn't come without it's flaws. The picture the author paints is crystal clear, but in my opinion, it could afford to be a little less blunt at times. 4.5/5

The formatting is also a little inconsistent across the chapters, and the obligatory descriptions for the adversaries, as well as the gear can get a little obstructive as well. But unless you're trying to surgically deconstruct a damn webnovel of all things, it shouldn't bother you at all.

GRAMMAR:

Complaints were had, improvements were made. Though admittedly not quite a 5/5 as is, definitely deserves a the rating for the rise in quality.

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Lucid's A.I. buddy alone makes this entire story worth the read. 5/5

 

Best of luck for the author!

Kojibear
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I consume a lot of Lit and I must say that this is a promising start with an MC who has so far made logical desisions which is refreshing. World building has been descent and Action has not been over the top with an OP MC. I for one look forward to reading more.

Tender
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It's fun. For me that is one of the most important qualities a novel needs to have, and this one nails it. I read it all in one sitting, and am devastated that there isn't more. Will be waiting with bated breath.

MissSunshine
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I'm really enjoying this, and I wholeheartedly recommend it to everyone. Read this.

Shinpo
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This is a great novel. I've followed it for a long time and I can say that the Argent is consistent in quality. I would support him on patreon but I don't have any shekels, so please do it for me.

Newbage
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Great world building, character, and plot

Well rounded main character. Complex and interesting world building. Intriging and mold breaking plot.

What I like best about this story is that unlike other transmigration or reincarnation stories, the MC'S background, living situation, and personal relationships on earth were fleshed out, thoughtful and very believable. They formed a consistent basis for his personality, and actually informs his decision making and behavior after the transmigration. Unlike most stories in a genre where the MC'S backstory is barely an after afterthought, and their personality is basically a Mary sue, self-insert, blank slate, this MC feels like a real person. A likeable and sympathetic one at that.

There are some notable grammatical hiccups, but it is clear from the text that the author has a firm grasp of language and style. The mistakes are clearly just typos and are few and far enough between to no adversely affect enjoyment unless one is a English student or otherwise high strung about grammar.

I highly recommend this story

Eliza Mathers
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I'm always a little worried when someone posts all their work at once since often they drop the series, luckily the author seems to be keeping a steady flow. As for the writing it suffers from some grammatical issues, but not too bad, they seem to be getting less and less as the story goes on.

As for the story the main character the internal dialogue is pretty interesting and I'm loving the banter between his computer thing and himself. Characters that pop up where fun and the clear goal of the protagonist makes me want to continue. 

I wish there was a bigger main cast. It is still early and there are some promising characters that could be added. 

What I like the most is the world building aspect its very nice.  Hoping it doesn't get dropped/abandoned espeically since I became a patron. 

Skirt Mushroom
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The Sci-Fi Isekai people always wanted

Where do I even dare to begin?

Lucid sports an expansive world, wonder-inspiring environments, an entirely new repertoire of monsters; Hyres, a vast cast of colorful characters that just keep on developing, a familiar academy setting, yet the students wander out into the wild to advance their ranking, and to top it all off, an amazingly intricate system, which is a total joy to explore along with the protagonist. 

Lots of love has been poured into this novel, and boy does that show. I'm glad to see Lucid finally finding the recognition it deserves.

Having witnessed the first steps of the author, all I can say is that I'm relieved to see the grammatical hiccups mostly limited to punctuation errors these days. It might get distracting if you care too much, but it beats out poor WN/LN translations any day of the week.

I'm having high hopes for the future!

Maukka
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Feels kind of weirdly written for the 1st few chapters where it feels like things are done or happen without really laying the foundation or reasoning for them but that either stops happening or I just stopped noticing it at some point. I'd say the best parts are the once where he talks with others but the parts that don't include that tend to feel kind of boring.

CakeOrrDeath
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‘The Novel’s Extra’ Inspired?

While the premise is entirely different, (standard Isekai vs guy transported into his own novel.) the world and initial setting have a lot of similarities. Both novels start with a guy starting magical school in a technologically advanced but magic driven world. Elements of the world like how powerful guilds and heroes are treated as well as the school ranking system also seem similar accross both. From there Lucid takes on an identity of its own.

 

I enjoy the plot of this story more but I feel it jumped away from the school setting far too quickly. I would have prefered another ten to twenty chapters exploring life at the school before this dungeon arc. That said its clear the school setting will return shortly.

 

Overall a solid isekai story with a likeable protagonist, interesting but still largely undeveloped side characters and a world worth exploring.