The Necromancer Sol

by Rezidual

Original HIATUS Action Adventure Fantasy Dungeon LitRPG Magic Male Lead Post Apocalyptic Strong Lead Supernatural
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity
  • Traumatising content

Litrpg following the adventures of Gregory Sol. 

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Inspired by Randidly Ghosthound. the outer sphere, and Overlord

If you like minions/Loyal subjects/followers this story has got them.

 

NO HAREM. hate that shit

Feedback appreciated hope you like it

 

 

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INOBliss
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Casual Fantasy, Competent LitRPG

I have read up to chapter 10, these are my impressions. The novel features a younger man in a system-styled apocalypse, trapped with the blue-boxes integration into a dungeon way above his starting level. Some-what imaginative skills integration saves this text from being almost completely textbook, but it's still terribly cliched and poorly explored (are class-skill options lost after you choose one and can skills be gained outside of leveling?).

Style -  Simplistic, casual and overall not terribly terrible. However, it also pales in comparison to much of the other offerings in its genre(s) and lost me specifically with its poor conveyance of tone. Serious situations are neutered by dialouge and possibly missing descriptions of characters actions.

Story - A fairly cliched beginning and a predictable continuation, the story is not very unique. The system is not as integrated as I have become comfortable to and in the case for this story specifically that means that loot seems to be unintegrated to the blue-boxes.

Grammar - Simple, legible. No mistakes as far as I saw and about what I would expect from a highschool level. 

Character - The way characters speak is highschool level at best and non-congruent to thier apparent age or occupation. The age old, semi-demonic owl speaks similarly to the young-man caught in a seeming catastrophe. On top of this is the author's omission of a potentially powerful master-servant miniature story-arc between the summoned demon and his surprised master, instead passed over with a "Oh, I trust you now".

KazDaSpaZ
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I started reading this before the second chapter was released. Problem was, there was only one chapter as of that moment and I wanted to keep reading xD
Overall, I am in love with this story and its overarching undead theme.
I can't wait to see where this story goes.

P.S. Vaeda is my favourite character. Such a witty bird...

Forever_King
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Great Start to a Better Necromancer LitRPG

Writing this after catching up to chapter 11. This story has a similar start to Randidily Ghosthound but that is where the similarities stop. I believe this story has taken common tropes in this genre including necromancy and has improved upon them. There is never a dull moment in the story and I look forward to see how Greg and the author will grow as the story continues. Keep up the good work!

omalleykoja
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Spoiler: Spoiler

 I really like this story and am extremely happy with the direction it is is heading in so far. In general, I love necromancer stuff, but this might be my favorite of the necromancer stories on RR. The MC is a chubby normal guy, unlike when the MC in these stories is normally a normal normalson with a handsome face. With the way things are going, I can see this story getting extremely popular once it reaches the 30 day mark.