A Future Destroyed - A Post-Modern Fantasy LitRPG

by Johnist

Original HIATUS Action Fantasy Sci-fi Dungeon LitRPG Magic Male Lead Portal Fantasy / Isekai Urban Fantasy Wuxia
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity

The Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2023
The Time: 11:00 AM EST
The Issue: The System Arrives!

Life was going well for the majority of humanity when a wave of energy passed over the world, and everything froze.  A Pop-up appeared in front of everyone's eyes, whether awake or asleep.  This pop-up read:
Magic Anomaly Normalization Allocation (MANA) System has been activated.
Local Space-Time has been stopped until processing has been completed.
Currently Processing 11,789,972,382 Sentients on the planet.

After that, everyone vanished into a Personal Tutorial, which is where our main character, Joriya Alvinos, starts out, after having been in a physical coma for more than a decade.

AN: This story is also being posted on Wattpad.

A very special thank you to Olivaprodesign on Fiverr.com for the exquisitely made cover art!

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
Volume 1, Chapter 0 - Prologue ago
Chapter 1 - Entering the Tutorial ago
Chapter 2 - The Soul Shop ago
Chapter 3 - Body Shop for Free!? ago
Chapter 4: Cheat or Frugal? ago
Chapter 5: Racial Upgraded ago
Chapter 6: Abusing the Shop! ago
Chapter 7: Tutorial Dungeon Start! ago
Chapter 8: A Solo RAID - Part 1 ago
Chapter 9: A Solo RAID - Part 2 ago
Chapter 10: Patronage ago
Interlude - System Control (Volume 1 Epilogue) ago
Volume 2, Prologue - A Local Diner ago
Chapter 11 - Hillsborough Horror Hospital - Coma Ward ago
Chapter 12 - Hillsborough Horror Hospital - Safe Zone ago
Chapter 13 - A Chat Between Man and Core ago
Chapter 14 - Preparing for the Challenge ago
Chapter 15 - Accustations, Threats, and a Contract ago
Chapter 16 - Challenge Start! ago
Chapter 17 - Challenge Continued ago
Chapter 18 - Challenge Thematic Waves ago
Chapter 19 - Challenge Concluded ago
Chapter 20 - Tunnel Service ago
Volume 2 - Epilogue - A Glutted Core ago
Volume 3 - Prologue - DFLD, Siberia ago
Chapter 21 - Global Announcements ago
Chapter 22 - ARC Facility, Hillsborough, NY ago
Chapter 23 - Magitechnopia, Newborn Tier 5 Dimension ago
Chapter 24: Magitechnopia, Cathedral of Potential ago
Chapter 25 - Magitechnopia, The FIrst Respawn ago
Chapter 26 - Digital Diagnostics ago
NAC - No Chapter this Week ago
Intermission - System Patching ago

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Overpowered x unlimited = boring

(as of chapter 14)

A stat/skill/interface system comes to Earth and everybody can use a point-buy shop to improve their potential. The MC, through luck and synergy and system errors, is able to get more than 90% discount on prices and basically buys everything, including the impossible options: stats multiple times the original maximum level, all the magic and ki abilities, soulbound gear made from the universe's best material, whatever you can imagine. His first fights are ended quickly by throwing nukes left and right and critical hits back and front even though his opponents are of a very high tier.

I guess many people will like this kind of story but I don't like it. For me, overpowered characters that did not earn their abilities and that always instantly succeed in everything are just boring. It's like watching a fight between a human with a flame thrower and 100 crippled ants: nothing bad could ever happen to the MC but if so, it would be one all-powerful entity against another in a very unbelieveable way.

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I literally only read this to enjoy how bad it is. Like a really bad show or movie that's so bad it's funny.

The grammar is bad. The characters are two dimensional, unrealistic, and worst of all boring. The plot has no tension or drive. The system doesn't make sense, isn't interesting or entertaining.

Read it just as a primer for how not to write or for the guilty pleasure.

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It's just silly how OP the MC is

The main character starts out as a completely overpowered munchkin. In five minutes he goes from worrying about one goblin to killing 100 of them. No thanks.

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Badly written op-ness, untapped story potential

First of all, the prologue was nice, but it was completely unrelated to the MC.

Secondly, while I generally don't mind op-ness, it was introduced in a very shallow fashion, the character lacked any depth, generally for an op story to be good, there needs to be something other than the challenges the main character faces to draw the readers in, this fiction lacked that, also, I felt the character just threw his money around, and didn't do anything for his op-ness, he just woke up like that, this is just my personal taste here, but I prefer when a character becomes op, rrater than just buying op-ness, I think it makes it feel cheap and tasteless, the prologue was fantastic though, and if the story was more like it, or was done surrounding the characters in the prologue, I'd be very interested, sadly, it isn't, maybe I just didn't read far enough, but I just didn't feel it was worth it, I think you have good potential as an author, but you need to make deeper characters, and make your writing feel a little less shallow and more interesting, maybe it's just me, but I just couldn't feel any connection or interest in the story, because the character was very plain, and there was no real emotion investment when he became op, goodbye, I'm sorry if I just didn't read far enough in. But my conclusion is, practice more, you have nice potential.

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It's called OVERpowered for a reason

I've read up to the 17th chapter and will have to call it quits here. I've never been a fan of stories with overpowered protagonists, especially ones written by new and/or ameteur authors on this site, and this just reinforces that. You just need to read up to the 10th chapter to know what I mean. 

The only reason this rating isn't lower is that the grammar actually isn't bad.

Trash Writer
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this is a very god story if you enjoy stories based around status and shit like that.


not everyone likes this type of op but for those that do its amazing

Mister Bill
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A ton of fun to read and definitely a romp. Has an OP MC that is logical and makes good decisions while still being fun. Some funny elements, some great action elements, and overall very well done so far. Highly recommended if you like fun. Give it a go and see how you like it. 

Colin Mentel
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A good Wish Fullfillment story

Without going to spoilers, if you like OP MCs and are a fan of wishfullfillment, this is the story for you

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decides to op everything

took over powered and then said meh turn it up to 11

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Everybody says the mc is super OP yea?What if I told you actually every human on Earth is almost as op, and that the story is more about kingdom building and galactic stuff than it is ''omg such a strong man, thanks for saving us''.

Everybody from Earth  got 2 mil points, while other races by their maturity only have 250k.This changes the foundation of the story greately and is highly interesting compared to the other op mc stories on this site.

It definetly has potential, please keep on writing Mr. author.