Reborn on a Systemless Earth... With a System
You know the setup: A young man on Earth hit by a speeding truck who ends up in a generic fantasy world.
But what about this: A young man in a generic LitRPG fantasy world hit by a carriage who ends up in modern-day San Francisco, and yet still wants to be a hero anyway? That's how Systemless starts, and boy does it never let up.
Join Eryk Solbourne and his two Earthen friends Francis and Delta as they adventure across the United States and try to achieve the impossible: becoming the ultimate hero in a world where levels don't even exist.
Cover art by the Romantically Apocalyptic Team.
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Summary: Systemless is a great fish out of water comedy with LitRPG elements. I.e. it feels more slice of life than action/adventure. There isn't really a lot of combat, instead more of a focus on exploration and learning (think Pillars of Eternity) and it works very well. That said, if you are coming here to read about a powerful combat oriented protagonist this probably isn't the story you should want.
The story is fast paced with short paragrahs. That makes it a simple/easy read but from time to time it can be a bit too quick and distracting.
What mistakes there were seem to have been fixed before I finished my read through. Nothing to complain about.
It's more slice of life, so the plot isn't the focus but the worldbuilding is top notch. The story has done a good job so far of exploring the characters and how they interact with each other. The system serves as both an interesting plot element as well as a ticking time bomb that drives the plot forward, keeping things from becoming too stagnant in the Slice of Life Elements.
All of the characters feel fleshed out and real. The MC's fish out of water act is starting to wear a little thin, but at the same time he's learning. I'm most interested right now in how some of the secondary characters develop.
I dislike the characters I tried but couldn't get over how they're portrayed. That being said I give 4 starts in character because they're well done. I mean sure I don't like them but they're well done and fleshed out. Credit where credit is due. The Grammer is great the style is unique and I read a lot of it just for the smooth story. It's nice to read something professional level from time to time. Anyway everyone should give it a chance I'm dropping it but it took me 30chapters to realize it's not my cup of tea.
Unique. While some stories are about someone from our world reincarnating in a world with a system, this is the opposite. Really liked this.
Seeing the title, i thought— Well that is stupid but consider me surprise.
This story rocks.
I'm a lazy reader and I prefer short paragraphs than long ones. And this novel is to my taste.
Short paragraphs with content. Characters are lovable and awesome.
Plot is not original bu the author makes it more interesting than others.
I hope you try this and loved it as much as I do.