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Told that his life was a lie and whisked away to a strange new world with unfamiliar magic, Snowflake struggles to find where he belongs. Join him as he meets vibrant people from different worlds, explores the complex ways of Skills and Classes, and does his best to fulfill his benefactor's last wish.

With a bit of luck and more than a little Skill, he may just have what it takes to reclaim his world from the System. If he can survive that long.

 

Author's Note:

This is the Adventures of a Unique Snowflake rewrite. I plan to release a chapter (roughly 3k words) per week. 

Shout out to the Facebook group LitRPG Books! https://www.facebook.com/groups/LitRPG.books/

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Vreasque
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A Unique Premise with an Interesting Start

Reviewed at: Chapter Three

Snowstorm explores a meta-narrative setting and the plot follows Snowflake, a lost man thrown out of his element and forced to adapt to a world in which he has lost what made him unique.

It's still too early to tell what sort of grander story the author will explore with this premise but it immediately grabs your attention with its uniqueness compared to the typical LitRPG found on the website. As far as the LitRPG mechanics, the system seems fairly standard with Classes and Skills playing a large part in the character's development. There is a slight twist in that each person in the new world receives a Skill is assigned a Unique Skill which typifies their character and Classes causes alterations to people based on their theme. Additionally, there seems to be a Xianxia-esque Core mechanic that takes the place of leveling which is interesting.

This has a lot of potential to explore the staples of the genre and fantasy in general so I'd recommend tuning in to see where it goes.


Mish6541
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Love the story so far, a nice improvement from its predecessor,the characters are believable and the story in general is original also I have not seen any faults with  grammar in this novel.Additionally the litrpg aspect of the novel is implemented well which I love!, Keep up the great  work!

Gtocjma
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I was a fan of snowflake this novel's predecessor and am glad to see it get a second chance. It's got pretty good good grammar and a super inquiry background definitely worth a look.

sleeplessbanter
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I love how this story starts, and the prologue is one of the best I have read in a long time. At the time of writing this, there is only 4 chapter, and so far, the story has been great, and if the author can keep the same quality, this story is going to be amazing. I suggest you guys giving this story a shot.

Garrdor
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So, you think you can protagonist?

Reviewed at: Chapter Twenty-Five

If you're a naggy, experienced Royal Road Reader (or neRRRd), you've surely run into a "guy gets sucked into a world where all tropes are real, and he's self aware" story. Sometimes they're good and they're often entertaining, but most frequently they're forgettable and not very well written. This story goes the opposite direction, "what if someone came from a world that ran on literary conventions, and then got sucked to a place where everybody was low key kind of a dick?".

Whereas the first style lends itself to world building, as the mc tried to figure out how everything works, this story instead focuses on character building, as Snowflake (the MC) tries to find himself in a town where everyone was at some point their world's "Chosen One". I think it'll be interesting to see Snowflake adjust to not being a main character, now that things won't necessarily work out for him.

So far, the character of Snowflake is a good mix between "intelligent and clear headed" and "so innocent he never expects the person he's talking to to screw him over". Every now and then there are other POVs that show just how cruel the world can be, and TBH I start sweating anytime Snowflake starts talking to a pretty girl cuz I expect him to get eaten mid-sentence. The kids gonna fall, and fall hard, but it hasn't happened yet.

The magic system is interesting, everyone gets a unique skill upon leaving their fictional world's, which they then combine with cores and classes, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It all blends to create a litrpg/cultivation fusion, full of cool powers and abilities.

Story is ticking along, Snowflake has some internal motivations for gaining strength and sooner or later the external pressures are gonna start squeezing him to grow, it should create a very fluid plot progression. So far we've just barely passed the initial training arc, unsure if it's straight into the lions den or more training next, but either way I'm excited for it.

I have never once understood how to rate Style, and the grammar is good.

Another criteria I'd give 5 stars is that the author seems to avidly seek out opinions and advice from their readers, which shows a willingness to grow as an author and a level of interaction that is just downright heartwarming.

Big fan of this story, I recommend it to people with my exact taste in stories, whomever that may be.