Outlaw Country

by Ghotty

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Anti-Hero Lead High Fantasy LitRPG Magic Portal Fantasy / Isekai
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity
  • Traumatising content

Buck Jones was born in 1850 and died in 1880. He was an outlaw, and technically still is.

 The world may change, the species may differ, and the circumstances may twist, but Buck knows one thing for sure.

Always draw first.

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Mista Red
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An unholy amalgamation of all that royal road is.

Reviewed at: Chapter 23 - Psychological Profiling (2)

I have no idea what this is, it has stats,it has semi advanced bug men, cultivators, magic and sorcery and a cowboy.it also raises far too many horrifying questions about inter species "compatibility".

I love it, just give it a read. It's also light on the number crunching for a litrpg so yay.

GoldenHymn
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Well-written, funny, with lots of potential!

Reviewed at: Chapter 7 - East Bound and Down

As of chapter 7, I didn't see any mistakes!

This is about an outlaw from the 1800's in the wild west who got reincarnated in a fantasy world, with a unique system.

The protagonist sounds real, I like his personnality, and all the subtle additions that you rarely see in other characters. (For example, he can't read, and it isn't instantly fixed by some kind of all-encompassing translating spell)

The descriptions are nice, and the occasional jokes prove to be very witty and funny.

I like the author's style, it keeps me wanting more, and the author doesn't disappoint with regular and fast uploads, with no impact on quality.

Overall, this is a hidden gem that I'm sure will be in trending soon.

Have a nice read!

troppe
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LITRPG COWBOY TERMINATOR GETS HORSECOCKED

Reviewed at: Chapter 23 - Psychological Profiling (2)

 Amazing action packed story about a legendary outlaw gunslinger thrown into litrpg fantasy hell. It's good fun until chapter 12, after that the story gets derailed into xianxia + western fantasy political intrigue, haughty lords and ladies, cock jokes and debating morality of sleeping with mentally inferior partners, gods casually hanging out like dudebros unconcerned with the struggles of the protagonist. I don't know why I kept reading long past chapter 12 as the story I wanted to read and thought I was reading is no longer there. The first red flag is when our hero meets his obnoxious steed. Story got COCKED (HAHA COCK AND BALLS LOL!!!!). Protagonist ceased his character devolopment and a new cast of characters who we don't know or care about are now the main focus. Disappointing.

Levianthan
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tl;dr: Stereotypical cowboy w/ awesome sidekick adventures. tags don't lie.

Most books on this site that have the tag comedy are the type of funny where you go "huh, that's funny." Then keep on reading. This book actually got me laughing out loud, the guys literally a stereotypical gunslingin' cowboy, the type that walks through town sees another cowboy and is like, "This town ain't big enough for the two of us." Then pulls a gun.

Very bloodthirsty, that's for sure. But hey, its an anti-hero, and the tags don't lie. He's also very, I dunno, uncommitted? Which really goes with the character, some authors make a character like that stick around for some reason.

Spoiler: Spoiler

 Now, my ramble is over and I recommend the story.

 

DesiRVan
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Great read, great world building and character building

Reviewed at: Chapter 11 - When The Devil Calls (2)

Well done, I'm looking forward to seeing what Ghotty does next in the world that is being created.

Jaydcar
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As a long time reader of litrpgs and player of red dead, this scratches all my southern hillbilly itches.

jxlegend
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A murderhobo wet dream. Really all I have to add to this. 

 

Troppe frankly writes a more comprehensive review, covering the weak points, but I just wanted to add that the character pretty much revolves around killing everything he comes across. 

 

Like I'm just not here to read about a protagonist that murders a literal village full of people.

Acolyte_of_cthulhu
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I aint gonna write a long or detailed review just gonna say I had a fun ass time reading this it was funny,kinda tragic, dark a little and funny but it was greeeeat

BubblyGhost
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Hot damn do I love a good western. Our protagonist, Buck, reminds me of a up-and-coming Saint of Killers from Preacher. Grammar is occasionally flawed but it's minor and the author corrects mistakes when they are pointed out. Most importantly I'm simply having *fun* reading the story, and to me that's honestly the best sort of praise I can give to a story. Give'r a gander, and enjoy the ride!

Toastdragon
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Goddamn this scratched an itch I didn't even know I had. Quality story, well written characters with relatable amounts of self hatred, dark humor, i went through the story like a crackhead through his latest fix. Can't wait for more