Station 64: Azaria The Doll Dungeon

by Dragonsunxx

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Fantasy Romance Dungeon Female Lead GameLit Grimdark LitRPG Magic Male Lead Multiple Lead Characters Non-Human lead Reincarnation Strategy Strong Lead
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The Aether Shift. An event that changed the world forever. Unleashing untold powers onto the minds and bodies of humans on Earth. Some were chosen, against their will, to become something new, a Dungeon core. Azaria, finally allowed leave the house on her own for the first, ends up in as one of these beings, however, the situation gets turned sideways and she's left alone. Join her on her journey. 

 

P.S> I do not own the cover and will take it down if so requested to do so.

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Happy to see your writting is improving.

Reviewed at: Chapter 11: Debut

Solid story, LitRPG and Dungeon elements are light and not overbearing, and mostly I didn't find anything I blatanly disliked or cringed in the characters or world.

Grammar could use some work tho, quite a few typos, wrong/repeated/missing words etc, Its still plenty readable, but it might miff some people.

Overall I quite like it, it seems to know how to make use of the tropes it has chosen, the progression seens solid, and it didn't do anything to cheesy or bullshitty yet.

Being candid I didn't quite like any of your other novels, they were a bit too cringy for my taste (Luficer betrayed me, oh noes who would've thought?!) But I quite liked this one, happy to see your writting improving.

PeaceinourTime
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As stated in the title, this is turning into a creepy story mixed with cute bits. The characters seem to fit their archetypes, is that the right word? I like the fact the core is actually struggling with her new existence. A lot of the dungeon stories drop that pretty quickly. There is the scene that seems to be upsetting some people but I didn't have much issue personally. All in all a story I'm going to be enjoying as long as it keeps getting updated!

Kiriaru
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I enjoy it, and the Title Cover is badass, love it! Reviewed at chapter 14 so not a whole lot to say or comment on really.

There seems to be more errors than in the authors other work, but not too bad.

I like the premise and the characters pretty much make sense but the male character's backstory and problems don't make a lot of sense to me. It didn't seem realistic I should say, some of them anyway. The guys skill is kinda op if I do say so myself. So is Azarias dungeon though. At least so far in the beginning.

It could use some polishing and maybe some revisions but it's not a bad read at all.

todd
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Dark and roasted fresh

Reviewed at: Chapter 11: Debut

I have to admit, even with the grimdark tag, I expected Azaria to find a peaceful solution to being a dungeon. Dungeon cores are some of my favorite niche stories, though a number of them either struggle to make the construction and growth interesting, or fail to make a coherent character out of the personality running it. This story hauls the expected progression sideways from the start. I won't spoil anything, but the rapid changes to the two main perspectives are solid and darkly enjoyable. The world is still relatively unbuilt, but the pieces revealed are consistent and functional. Humanity soldiers on after an apocalypse drops dungeons, magic, and monsters into the world, but doesn't abandon technology despite dungeon materials producing higher quality items.

The tone of the story is surprisingly well-balanced as well, with adorable and endearing moments cut with a brutal reality. People haven't changed one bit, regardless of how the world itself has. The secondary perspective of Lance well formed and takes off in an interesting direction that has a lot of growth potential. Outside of the world and characters, the writing is generally solid, although errors do remain in the text.

Overall, while it's still early in the life of this story, it has a lot of good things going for it that I look forward to seeing more of as the author puts together more chapters.

Shiro-kyo
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I'm only reviewing this because the author actually put up a poll, most likely in response to another review.

I can only say that what people consider "phobic" is quite subjective and may differ greatly depending on which country/culture you live in. Personally I found nothing up to chapter 5 I would consider as such. Considering that the novel is quite typical for a dungeon novel a somewhat stereotypical bad guy fits in without issue. I did not feel that it detracted from the story.

4 stars.

RiahWeston
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MARCH MY DOLLIES! MARCH ONWARD TO GREATNESS!

Reviewed at: Chapter 6: Meeting with the Core

Another great story by Dragonsunxx! Love the theme and style. Fun characters and amusing interactions all around.

Dolls, camera, action! It's a Dragonsunxx's story and that should be enough to make you read it!

Fox_spirit
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The girl is so feckin adorable and cute. With her unicorn and dolls.