Reborn on a Systemless Earth... With a System
The system can be accepted by anyone who decides to Class Up using the world’s various Sorting Scepters. From then on, leveling up will be possible, but it could come at the cost of one's life. All actions one takes, from combat to breathing, take from their pool of LP (Life Points). Run out, and so too will they perish. The only way to replenish one's LP is to level up and learn new skills.
Eryk Solbourne chooses the [Adventurer] class, destined to explore great worlds, fight magnificent beasts, and inspire others. Now he is a D-Rank hero, but he will forge a powerful destiny for himself... and he will do so in a new world, after The Goddess reincarnates him in a brand-new Earth that is in desperate need of his abilities.
Reborn on a Systemless Earth... With a System is the story of a young man on a journey to become a legendary S-Rank hero in a world where ranks don't even exist.
Cover art by Joi Massat.
Author's Note: This story is an experiment for me because it's the first story I will be writing with no backlog whatsoever. Because of that, reader comments are highly encouraged if you would like to influence the direction of the story. There will be 2-3 updates per week, but there could be more depending on my schedule.
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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.
In the wide sea of Isekais and LitRPGs that are flooding this site, Systemless certainly shines thanks to its unique premise.
The premise is simple. Your standard LitRPG protagonist dies and instead of this super awesome world gets reincarnated into our world. Right in the middle of a convention. And hijinks ensue. After ten chapters, he can include illegal weapon possession, property damage, public harassment and arson to his list.
Especially interesting is the reincarnation system that is tied to the overall cosmology. There is certainly some potential there.
Eryk is your standard LitRPG protagonist. You have probably met many others like him before. What makes him unique is the situation where he finds himself him. As such, he gets bonus points for developing into an atypical direction. Not to mention that his typical way of thinking just won't work in a systemless wok.
As such, after chapter ten, he is neither too bad not too good. He is likable enough that one can follow him and there is a lot of potential that he will develop into a truly unique protagonist.
The other characters are okay as well. They aren't too developed for now, as the main focus is on Eryk. But they are nice enough that one enjoys reading about them.
The grammar is at a high-enough standard. It is not perfect but there aren't any major issues and it won't diminish the reading experience.
In the beginning, the author uses what I like to call "Light-Novel-Prose". The ration of showing vs telling is skewed towards the telling side and descriptions and atmospheric writing is sparse. That being said, there is some noticeable improvement within the first ten chapters already.
A fun little story. Fans of LitRPGs and Isekais who like a fresh breeze in the stale land of these two genres will enjoy this story.
I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this story.
I'll be honest, a part of me had second thoughts from the get-go. First, the system got me intrigued, then the character grabbed my attention. When the protagonist tried to wage war against the horrid monsters known as cosplayers, I knew we were onto a winner.
The best part of the story has to be the character. He starts off naive and clueless enough to grip the reader's attention. As a result, the story gets full marks in that department.
As for style and story, personally, it starts a bit slow. However, that's not always a bad thing. It took me a few chapters to get into it, but I think that can be fixed with a strong hook.