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What would you do if you woke up alone in a forest in nothing but your pajamas?

This is a story about a man trying to answer that question as he navigates a world of monsters, magic, adventure, and numbers going up. It isn't all fun and games, though. Survival is tough when you are alone, and the dangers of the wilderness are not to be underestimated.

This is a world governed by a system of stats, skills, and dialog boxes. It is vital to know how the system works if you want any chance of having a life of meaning in this world. Too bad someone forgot to include the instruction manual.

 

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Rattatoskr
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Well written, Interesting, but lacking something.

The story flows well, the characters are fairly interesting as is the world. The leveling system and the MCs absolutely boring build are kind of a let down, you can see the potential but it just isn't realised. Also the MC is just to childish, the best way I can explain it is like this, he isn't a man, he is a water boy. And this is the stories biggest let down, if you like characters like that then you will love this story though. 

Aspartame
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Realistic, (near) infinite power with clearly defined costs. LitRPG at its finest. All self respecting murderhobos know the path to (near) infinite power starts in a sewer.

Bobbert
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First off late me say that I think this is a good story.   That being said it is currently rated a bit too high for my taste (3rd best story on this site). 

As of the first 27 chapters it is off to a good start, but I don't see much which differentiates it from other good litRPGs.  That isn't to say it is bad.  It just doesn't have anything about it which makes it unique as of yet.  This is a world that we have seen before many times. 

It is still early in the story though, so hopefully as more time passes it will become something truly special.  I think it has a chance to.

Spartanstoryteller
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seriously I love this story I’ve wanted a story that just focuses on the growth and adventures of a non op main character in a guild for years instead of making the whole guild thing like a side note. Please keep it coming I like the powers he’s mastering and I like the world building

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I love the twist with that asshole in the guild but please let him return I desperately wanna see him climb the ranks and earn his place in the world

 

Forever_King
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Has everything you could want in a LitRPG. Action, adventure, monsters, and loot. All in a nice neatly wrapped package.

Henry Morgan
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Very well written story, I didn't notice any mistakes.

The MC is cleverly written, makes his share of mistakes but learns from them later. The concept in the story that the MC doesn't instantly cheat his way into learning the local language is great, goes a long way to making the story immersive.

The magic and world building is very well thought out, a tidy system with (IMO) no loose ends.

This story is awesome, my only gripe is waiting a week for each release. (Which is great really, I hope the author takes as long as is needed)

DocteurNS
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It's... kind of dull?

Being realistic can be a good thing, but a story still needs a plot and interesting characters. Here, the feeling of novelty wears off after chapter 6, and at chapter 15, I still struggle to find a reason to care about the protagonist.  You shouldn't have to wait so long for a hook. And with no stated goal beside general survival, there's very little to look forwards to.

Underload
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It is missing a few things

Everyone has already said what's great about this story, so I'll just add what it is missing.

First thing this is missing is pace. The story is slow, and above that, the uploads are even slower.

The second thing it is missing is a threat. We are 29 chapters in and Mc still hasn't been threatened by anyone or thing. The author completely missed his chance to bring a disaster into the story related to Mc's unfortunate teleportation and then by introducing him to the smith.

The third thing this story is missing is growth. The author missed another chance in the recent chapters when Mc was left stranded by providing him a guardian out of the blue. Even there he behaves as polite as a water puddle, afraid of being stepped on.

And there were some unneeded paragraphs, but they don't really matter. And is characters changes personality from time to time, but those things can be rectified easily by doing a checkup. 

Alright, I'm done.

RedPine
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Cohesive world so far, up to Ch 29.

What if the RPG elements of a world DIDN'T revolve around the main character?  What if instead of becoming "the one" jack of all trades, OP secret class, the MC  insstead became an obscure support class that was absurdly weak in PVP?

Example: In exchange for unlimited but slow AOE healing, the level 27 support is weaker than the level 5 blaster in 1v1 combat.  That's the price of min maxing into support.

Because this world doesn't revolve around the MC, the plot is extremely slow.  It's interesting in the same way real life is interesting, with ups and downs, but it isn't a 24/7 rollercoaster like action movies.

Slow plot + only 29 chapters means you won't get much here.  What you will get is good, though.

Azranova
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Refreshing Take On a Common Theme

Going to another world that suddenly has magic and stats is a concept that has been used many, many times. However, this story has a new, interesting take on it; what with the character not knowing the language or having any real help, instead finding his own path.