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Ari-os is a story about a 21-year-old woman who woke up in an abandoned lab with little to no memories of her past. Turns out she is in the future now and the world became a very different place from what it used to be.
Magic appeared in the world, changing it forever, and humanity created a way to control it, allowing people to increase their physical and mental abilities while shaping the world according to their will, but something caused civilization to regress, becoming a mere shadow of what it used to be.
In her journey to figure out who she was, what happened to the world, and how much time has passed, Kali will discover ancient ruins, fight horrendous creatures, find how humanity has fared in this harsh world and meet with droids that walk the land as remnants from the technology that the world once had.
In this story, you are going to see Litrpg elements such as a system with panels, skills, and stats (Although not inside a game, the main character has access to information about her growth much like an RPG).
Survival elements will be present but it won't be the focus of the story, but crafting and enchanting on the other hand are going to be quite prevalent.
Please, do let me know what you think in a comment or review, all criticisms are welcome. Also, English is not my native language so if you see any grammar mistakes, do tell me :)
Chapters of ~2700 words each.
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For readers who enjoy arcane crafting, a status including mental health, and a second chance at being yourself, Aris-Os is for you.
I've enjoyed the story very much and even in 15 chapters, Kali has been on a journey of discovery after finding herself on a new world with its own magic system. The style could use (in my opinion) a little more show and a little less tell, however, it's not so unbalanced as to pull me from the story.
Grammar - (Note: the author is a non-native English speaker) A little rough in the beginning, but the grammar does smooth out and the typos lessen. While there might be small word choices that could be better, or capitalization mistakes, readers can understand what's happening, including the feelings of the character and immersive details.
This gets a follow and a favorite from me :)
I am surprised with how I enjoyed the way this novel is written, things happens fast and keep me wondering what is coming next, how the main character is going to deal with everything and how much she will change with all that. I can't wait to see how things turns out. :)
Gonna be honest, I'm not a fan of post apocalyptic stories normally. I was really starved for some more litrpg though, so I decided to give this one a try.
So far the story is quite interesting even though there aren't that many chapters yet and it still has a lot of potential for growth with no endgoals set.
The system used is a variation I don't recall having seen before which really helps it stand out from the others in its genre.
The grammer could be better at times, but it is nowhere near the point where it becomes unbearable or even unpleasant to read.
The characters we've met so far all have distinctive personalities/behaviours and are not sidekick #1, NPC #2, etc... and even though we've only had 22 chapters the MC already has undergone some measure of character progression in the sense of adapting to her situation.
All in all I do not regret giving it a go and am optimistic it will remain that way as the story progresses.
This story is well written with a nice intelligent female lead who is trying her hardest to survive in a future with magic, droids and strange monsters. She does an amazing job!
The story was written in first person present tense which is not my favorite tense but the author pulls it off. There are a few spelling errors but there are not many of them and the author seems to be working hard to fix any that people come across.
While I personally am not a huge fan (in general) of post-apocalyptic and survival themes, I think they are done well here and work well with the potion creating and rune crafting that I see in the story. And I'm looking forward to see how the character uses those skills to get out of her current situation. Seriously, her current situation is stressing me out.
Other than that, I think I'd like to see her communicate with more people and make some friends.
I'm really looking forward to more of this story. A good mix of slice of life crafting as well as serious moments!
The setting is cool, the characters are interesting and the story has me hooked up
I love the way you write stuff, keep going!
Kali is my favorite character so far, I like the way she deals with situations using her intelligence and crafting.
The story is engaging and the characters are relatable and interesting! The worldbuilding is soooo cool and the magic system just made me love it all even more!
Keep going, you are doing an amazing job!
I'm making this review because this novel has a few elements that a really like :
- looks like the mental state of the mc is taking in consideration on the health overall
- The system seems like has a depth to it
-squidcrab pet? ( they're not xp , they're friends ! )
- purple system !
The writing is good, the mc seems nice and i can see it going a long way, so for those thinking about it, i say give it a shot.
When our main character wakes with no memory of her past or even her name, it is understandably disorienting. She does an admirable job of surviving and being rescued on death's door. When she discovers magic exists, she goes over the top to learn it all as fast as possible. The clues point to this being the far future for her, so she attempts to build her new life in a post-apocalyptic world of magic and violence. All this is relatable and interesting.
I am enjoying this story, and I am pleased to see the author's skill improving. Unfortunately, the author's non-native use of English is sometimes quite distracting. More unfortunately, the telling of the story is somewhat stilted, with more telling than showing. This is a great idea and premise, and I am optimistically looking forward to the continued improvement in this intriguing story.