The Legend of The Tamer
After his death from an epidemic, Aeron finds himself transferred to another world.
A world unlike his own, a vast world filled with beasts, races, and mystery.
Humanity as a foreign race strives to survive in the world of Gaia, building cities to expand and defend, bringing humanity to a new era of strength.
Aeron now in a new world, with a new family, and a new profession as Tamer, must strive to become stronger.
Watch Aeron navigate this new world as he meets new people, new pets, and collects new skills.
But a dark shadow looms on the horizon, creeping slowly towards humanity.
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Fun, engaging, novel-ish.
Give it a try, there are some flaws but none too off-putting.
Style and grammar could use some work, especially the style, it is fast paced and manages to keep the reader engaged but due to its intensity, the immersiveness takes a hit. Time skips are particularly an eyesore and could be introduced better as they tend to abruptly and completely disconnect the reader from the story.
Characters also take a hit from the breakneck pace as there is no room for internalising experiences. Due to that, development, at least so far, is particularly non-existent.
That said, I know we cannot have everything, the action-packed intensity of a plot driven story and the immersive character-development focused story, yet I am hopeful that there is a balance somewhere.
I have enjoyed this story so far. One of the better put together taming systems for this style of novel! Enjoy the personalities each tamed beast has. Overall really enjoy the direction of the story. The few issues with grammar do not take away from the wonderful adventure at all! I suggest giving this series a try if you enjoy pets! :)
This is a fun read and I check back near daily for updated chapters. I like the idea behind the story and the overall lore of the world but there are some minor flaws that should be noted.
For the style, sometimes the dialogue is a bit too simplistic. Granted it is mainly between the MC and his monsters so it gets a semi-pass. Still, dialogue is an important character building tool and is thus far under-utilized. I would also say that the fighting scenes lack details at times. They feel fast paced which is good but the lack of details makes them feel gamey at times.
For the story, this is a tough one. I have greatly enjoyed it so far but there has been very little direct plot development in regards to the main character. Sure he is gotten stronger and gained new monsters, but he has also been in roughly the same place for 30 chapters. That is changing as of the latest chapters so we will see how that goes. At the same time I have been enjoying it in almost a slice of life capacity where nothing major NEEDS to happen with the plot. I felt it was worth noting that this aspect may not appeal to everyone even though I enjoyed it.
For the grammar, there have been some mistakes here and there but they are generally minor. Nothing a pass from a decent editor wouldn't fix.
For the characters, overall I think this is one of the biggest areas for growth. What exists now isn't bad but due to the fact that the MC has been isolated for so long with only his monsters has company has lead to very little growth as a character. In addition, his monsters have near human or even human levels of intellegence but we don't get to experience them all so much either. Granted, they are still effectively children mentally so I am hoping this changes as the story goes on.
Just a FYI, I have read up to chapter 32 before writing this review.
Usually I do a short review and just give it an overall number review, but after reading through chapter 32, I felt that this story deserved a bit more and wrote this review.
A very good story about boy named Aeron, who chose to be a Beast Tamer instead of two other professions that were better to follow his dream.
And Aeron keeps going and does not do things the easy way.
This story was well written and easy to read, with well developed characters and pets.
And I am kept wondering what the next pet will be. I am hoping to see one but won't mention it as I do not want influence the way the writer is heading. I do like surprises and was not expecting a snake.
The interactions between master and 'pet' are one example of why I sat through and read all those chapters in one sitting!
Chapters are at a nice size and detailed with no real grammar or spelling errors that make you stumble through the story.
If you like beast tamer stories, a bit of stats here and there, I would highly recommend you read this Tamer story!
Im going to be honest, I didn’t read a whole lot of this story, there might be something here, something good, but I don’t know, because the prose is rough to say the least.
Here is a quote in chapter 2:
Aeron sighed as he remembered his death’
just imagine that throughout the story, and you have a good idea of what’s in store.
if you’re ok with that, read on.
It is a decent fantasy with a broad setup and great world-building.
Beast taming is just one of the many great professions here, so the readers would want to see the mc climbing to the top with beast taming as his profession, facing opponents from all kinds of professions.
The writing style is pretty good.
The story is interesting.
Grammar is also ok.
The characters are also written nicely.
So, this is a story that fantasy lovers might want to give a try.
I really do not get why anyone would write a progression fantasy litRPG story and then just disregard the whole idea of power progression. The protagonist is supposed to be total moron who picks a class that is not suited for him, but when the reincarnated soul arrives in the body, he finds that he has tamed a super rare mega powerful golden monkey king (yes, king) and his whole entourage.
That basically sets the tone for the story. Protagonist sucks, monkeys smash everything. Add to that the weird dialogues copy pasted from shitty asian cultivations novels "I will just call you big brother" and the general lack of anything interesting about the storty in general... this really should not be on trending. It is awful.
One of the few monster tamer stories that are worth reading! The story is based in a world where [Monster Tamer] is just another profession, thus the world is not a single-dimensional existence. You have assassins, berserker and others which make the world-building rich and fun to read.
Not only this, but the rules of magic and reality are not simple either. For example, monster taming is not an easy business, as we have seen the original owner of the body die due to a failed taming. Also, you can't simply cut a tree to make a spear or harvest cotton to make a shirt. You need wood essence and vine essence, not cotton essence to make a shirt while wood essence and ore essence, not iron essence to make a spear. The world-building is that rich! This is not to mention how monster cores work and the complex levelling system AND the division of ranks which affect the soul. If I began to write about all of that, I am afraid that the world-building will be the only thing I will talk about the next 1,000 words. So I will stop. XD
Talking about the MC, we have a reincarnated soul whose previous age is not mentioned and neither is his back story. Instead, we see the soul meld with its new reality, however, it still remains haunted by its death. This was beautifully done. Despite not knowing the MC's actual age, we can surmise that he was no teenager by his action; which is a breath of fresh air. The man is cool, collected and intelligent, despite having emotional scars from his rebirth. He is an absolute delight to read.
Next are the story and the plot. In the initial chapters, we see that the soul acclimates into its new reality and it seems that it would be just another power fantasy. Boy, that is a wrong assumption. There are plots around the MC and something is happening in the background that we are not told but teased about. There are over-arching goals and a threat that seemed to be constantly lurking over the MC's head.
Coming onto grammar, this was something that I felt the author could work a bit on, however, the rest of the aspects of the novel completely overwhelm this one criticism. I have no complaints.
If you are still wondering if you should read this novel, then click on the 'Read Now' button now. It's not worth wasting time reading reviews when you could be reading this novel. Why would you want to waste your time such? Go read the novel! :)
Found another decent read. Can't wait for more chapters. Keep up the awesome work! And adding in some more words so can post this review. Do wish I had some big words for this review or a word count before I try post. Sorry I don't use the allotted words to do a flowery review my reviews are usually more like caveman grunts