Pal-Tee Planet: A GameLit/LitRPG Series

by Aaron Oster

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy GameLit LitRPG Non-Human lead Wuxia Xianxia
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nickspaceman
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interesting ideal, too much plot armor

Reviewed at: Chapter 36: What Defines Bravery

as the title said, the idea for the story is quite intresting but doesn't go anywhere fast, it's fairly well written too. (not that I have high standards) but it feels like every 5th chp the mc is saved by plot armor. if you can overlook that its a fun read, not for everyone. if you don't mind a slow start and plot armor you may enjoy it. 

fanobody
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Because the system  just show

Soul Absorption (could be replaced by type of wuxia cultivation)

Battle Rank (Can be replaced by cultivation stage)

 Stats (Have no revelance apart from charm and could be replaced by saying that he is ugly)

 Traits (Physical characteristic)

Skills (Normal skill untill now)

So it is more of a wuxia disguised as a LitRPG because the system don't give you a choice (it assing the stats, give skills, give trait and only choice is cultivation type but even then you are a baby so you don't remember)

Exemple of skill:

Leglock: Dive forward, locking your opponent’s legs together and take them down to the ground.

Success Rate: 89%

Effect: 2 Second Stun

Why is there a skill for a thing that anyone can do?

Hassan Alamgir
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This story wears it influence on it's sleeve but it brings it's own personality to the table and could potentially become a fantastic read