The Rise of The Third-Slotter

by MothEmperor07

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-fi GameLit High Fantasy Magic Male Lead Strong Lead Supernatural
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David V. Goliath believes himself to be an ordinary guy with a stupid name. He has no way of knowing that his life is about to change. That he is anything but ordinary. He is the planet's newest three-slotter, beings of legend whose mere mention is enough to spark awe and wonder. Read on as he embarks on a journey to explore his powers, unaware of what he represents to the people around him. To some, he represents an opportunity, to some a threat and to many,  a new hope. Can he become the legend the people aspire him to be or will he be undone by the nefarious intentions of the threats he doesn't even know of?

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It is pretty interesting, but something is lacking. Maybe the idea itself not this good to me, but it just did not hook me up. I think it is just a combination of a kind of boring/simple world and a rush flow of events. I just can not really empathize with MC

But I will anyway recommend you to try because it is decent work.

Dana Crysalis
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Too many exclamation points!

Reviewed at: His Greatest Creation!

The setting is fine, a decent concept, but the writing style made this an incredibly hard task to try and read through.  Exclamation points are used as the punctation for about 3/4ths of the sentences, if not more, even on internal monolgues.  The main character's mood can be described as "Whatever it needs to be for this to sound exciting", instead of "What a character would realistically feel like", so he feels incredibly disjointed.  I really wanted to like this, but I got through most of it and could not handle the writing style anymore.  The concepts are fine, but the author should probably get an editor to go after them and clean up things, tell them "Hey you can write this without shouting", and things like that.

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Great story and worth following

Reviewed at: Still Ordinary?

Very entertaining and highly recommend. Enjoyed characters and plot.

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Damn this is awesome. It was really not ordinary. Grammar is good. Characters are great. And the story is Not Ordinary. Although the info dump is off putting it's still very good.

You should definitely read it.

Naren Bade
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Awesome and Definitely “Not Ordinary”.

Reviewed at: Ordinary

I'll be the first to say that the the story is not ordinary. I was completely bored outta my mind before I opened the story and I just wanted to read something. The name got me interested enough to read the first chapter. At first it was a lil confusing but I the more I read the story it all came in place. well done. My only advice is to refine the first chapter a little bit so that others can get into the groove immediately. Otherwise great storyline. Amazing characters, gripping action. I'll bet all I'd give it a 9/10. good job.