Travels In An Unknown World

Travels In An Unknown World

by Flameruner

Shawn Yates was an ordinary person who lived his uneventful life just like everybody else. He went to school, he had a job and he had friends. He spent most of his spare time playing games and the one he had played the most was the MMORPG that his father had helped develop. 'The Wayfarer's Realm'.

But he had just turned twenty when his entire life was flipped upside down. 

Waking up in an unknown world in the body of his in-game character, a battle mage who practices chronomancy and spatial magic, he tries to survive and explore his new enviroment. Follow his travels as he learns more about his new world and tries to finds an answer to the biggest question on his mind.

Why are there so many similarities between that world, and the world of 'The Wayfarer's Realm' that his father helped create?

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So far it seems promising.

It's a bit young to say, as it's only to chapter five, but so far no glaring issues with characters, however I would have to wonder about the main characters general level of trust in the first few chapters. Escaping guards and getting economy info from a merchant you planned to buy from? Either that's a very honest merchant or you got scammed. Either way, I feel that maybe a little bit more caution should be excercised as far as that goes. But it's not an overwhelming problem.

 

Otherwise I have no complaints. I'll probably end up pointing out a logic flaw in the magical system at some later date, but that's simply because of how I think outside the box as opposed to a statement about the story itself.