The non-adventures of a Dungeon Core

by Forlan

Original HIATUS Fantasy Dungeon LitRPG

Follow along on the journey of a newborn dungeon core as it tries to make sense of the world.

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Beyogi
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How to Dungeon as a newborn Dungeon core

Reviewed at: Chapter 22: The prologue

The protagonist of this story is a newborn dungeon core. They're not a reincarnator, not a great villain, just a dungeon core starting out. They're struggling to build their own dungeon without getting eaten by the wildlife, dealing with their know-it-all dungeon fairy and slowly crafting their realm.

The story is relatively unique in that it's using a natural new dungeon core. The progress of the story is pretty slow though. We're in chapter 22 now and haven't seen the first adventurer yet. It's more about base-building than murderizing adventurers. Something the prospective reader should keep in mind.

Overall a good story, but might not be everyone's cup of tea.

Branded-Tier
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A good story hamstrung by spelling and grammar

Reviewed at: Chapter 22: The prologue

A LitRPG dunegeon core story that doesn't use the reincarnation trope. It's a fun and easy read but the spelling, grammar, and punctuation leave something to be desired.

The characters, the few that exist at the moment, are relatively well developed and interesting with some small amount of mystery surrounding their intentions.

It's nothing ground breaking but it's also not following the genre's tropes blindly. If you like slow paced dungeon core stories then I'm sure you'll like this. It sure could use an editor though.

magical heart
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I have been really enjoying it and the creatures he chose, in the beginning, are always my favorite because they have the most chance for powerfull fun creatures latter on if done right.