Aurion: The New World

by Azaken

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-fi GameLit High Fantasy LitRPG Magic Male Lead Non-Human lead Portal Fantasy / Isekai Strategy Virtual Reality

The VRMMO, Aurion, has been released.  Created by the company Axion Industries, that created epic and censational VRMMOs such as Starline 66, Eros: Land of Gods, and Rubilax United, this has been said to be their best game yet, featuring a massive open world capable of adapting, evolving, and having a level of permeance.

A massive lore filled story that will make the world litterally feel alive.

New state of their art neural connection that will let one feel as if one is really a part of the world.

Adaptive NPCs and questing, a new overhauled crafting system, and plenty of room to grow.

A great and promising experience for new players to feel free and capable of doing anything, while still allowing the stronger more powerful guilds to feel a sense of accomplishment for their hard work and achievments.

A promised way to escape the dreary tumroil and boring idiocy of everyday life by letting you go to a new world full of wonder and adventure.

With millions registered in the first day coming online to play this hit new game, supported by an AI Assist System, little did anyone suspect about what would happen...and how this world would become their new home.

This will be the story of a boy, the friends he makes along the way, as he and everyone else make their way in this new world...in Aurion: The New World.

(Cover came from pintrest, posted by Joe)

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HRJohnson
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Well written, exciting, and great characters!

Reviewed at: Chapter 3: Admin Tower Dungeon

Not only does the author do a great job at telling a story, but they write really moving characters! I felt for and loved all of them, though Ryuu is my favorite of course.

The story is fast paced and moves quickly, going fast past the boring fluff and keeping the action and stakes high.

Truly enjoyable and recommended to any Isekai or VRMMO fan! Can't wait for the next chapters!

SJhartman
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Loved Ryuu and crew, loved the crafting system! its fun and exciting. I felt a little lost with all the different abilities of the main characters, but it didnt take away from the story at all. A solid read, overall a great story and I cant wait to see where it goes. 

Velara
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Aurion is a charming fiction with enough personality and some charming twists to help you forgive its flaws. It's got a classic Japanese light novel feel, reminding me most strongly of a story like Log Horizon. So if that's your cup of tea it's well worth checking out.

Style: Aurion's story follows a lot of the classic well loved VRMMO tropes. You've got your guilds, an OP protagonist and other players who turn to activities like robbing and player killing. 

Unfortunately, especially in the early chapters, Aurion is filled with information dumps. including a particularly long wall of text detailing all the races available. While I'm sure it's information the author intends to use someday I'd suggest skimming the first couple chapters as it shifts to being less of a flow of information and more of a story starting in chapter 3. 

The shift from frequent character sheets to no character sheets at all and occasional mentions on stats having increased inline, was a bit jarring as was being introduced to characters in the author's note.

Story Despite using many of the well worn VRMMO tropes Aurion's story remains fairly fresh. It's got some delightful twists that help keep the classics feeling vital and interesting. Twists which you'll have to read to discover for yourself. 

The stories pacing can be a little odd at times, with events progressing extremely rapidly. By the end of chapter 4 I felt like I'd made it through an entire arc of a typical light novel. This despite some parts of the story seeming to drag with the pauses for lore dumps. With that said I did appreciate that the rapid pace allowed us to reach the stories first twist quite quickly.

The story has a light hearted slice of life feel to it that sometimes makes you forget the darker topics it's touching on, an attitude that also seems to be adopted by the main characters at times. 

Grammar There is occasional tense switching and awkward sentence constructions, both things I find easier to overlook due to the strong resemblance to a light novel. Unfortunately there are also fairly frequent typos and spelling mistakes which a quick pass through spell check could fix, which I found much more distracting.

Characters Our main characters at times can feel a little bit flat, as we don't get to see a lot of introspection, and emotional reactions besides general positivity are somewhat rare. I think this comes in part due to the rapid advancement of the plot not giving us a lot of time to experience any given moment with our protagonist, However there a signs of individual personality to all of the main cast, and it feels like we are likely to see more development as the story continues to progress and things maybe slow down.