The EMerge Chronicles
Six hundred years ago, an epic battle was waged between the six immortal magi, powerful wielders of magic in the land of Gawraith. Varoosh, along with his friends managed to win against the madness of Revlaman, the sixth magus. They imprisoned him in the northern ice lands.
Two hundred years after their war, Varoosh seeks a place to banish Revlaman permanently, fearing one day he will free himself from his icy prison. During the ritual which his friends helped with, an accident occurred. The magi slept for three hundred years, awoken to a world different from the one they knew before they slept, and Varoosh was missing. Clyden, one of Varoosh's friends set out in search of a way to bring his friend back. The others scattered to the wind. During his search, Clyden had no idea the actions he took would usher in an era of war and change for Gawraith as evil seeks to shape the world or destroy it.
A new ally will emerge on Gawraith to stand at the magus side, or will he defy all and break the world of Gawraith himself. Join Clyden and his possible ally as they navigate the complex landscape of Gawraith through their adventures. Remember, as you read EMERGE, life and war are not simple.
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OMG I just hit the FIRE STARTED arc and WTF. Seriously like in a good way. I did not see that coming at all. Totally not expecting that and now I am officially obsessed with this story.
So I still stand by all the previous review. Would like to add there is a lot more emotional aspects in this story then I expected. I guess that does fit in with slice of life, but it does not take away at all from the story. It compliments the story like a bottle of wine pairing
I STILL stand by review. I am 75 chapters in and I saw the 1 star review. That is their opinion and it makes wonder if they had read the arc named BATTLE OF KIMMER SEA PLAINS, emphasis on the BATTLE part, or the climax of Reunion, that one broke me. I can clearly tell you all there have been battles, wtf moments, deaths, suspense, political intrigue, romance, and the story has beyond taken off.
This story at some points had cause me to cry, have anger issues, reread chapters, and more.
The characters I didn't review in my previous review because I was still early in. I can now say that the characters are memorable, relatable, and fleshed out. I find my self wanting to know more about one character while reading about another. That isn't to say that they are poorly written, it is that they are so impressionable on me and I want more. Think box of chocolates, you just can't eat one and be done.
There are several main characters I think and the author builds each of them. So Emerge doesn't follow the path of one MC. Simply put if you don't like the idea of several characters being fleshed out and only want to read about one character then steer clear of this one.
My only complaint at this point is the chapters are shorter then what I would like.
First review done at 28 chapter
K, this is the first time I have ever felt compelled to leave a review. And I frequent a lot of other website's. This happens to be the first story I am reading on royal road.
I am so glad I found this story after the author has released a ton of content because there are cliffhanger moments that wwould have drive me insane.
K, onto my thoughts. If you can't control the urge to toss your phone then do not read this story. If you hate sweet moments then avoid at all cost. Heck, if you're a crier then don't forget the box of tissues. What I am saying is for you to be prepare yourself to laugh, to be angry, cry, and a whole host of emotions if you should decide to read Emerge.
style wise I have never seen a story like this. It is just like a book I would buy at a store.
Gramma is like world's above most of the stories I have read on similar sites. Some errors but the writer, without a doubt, paid attention to his grammar.
story so far has me engaged and wanting more.
Characters...can't speak much on this because of spoilers and emotions, but dam.I
The quality, the gambit of emotions, and the story. I fear my life of reading free content maybe ruined. Will update review as I get further into the story.
I kept reading relying on the story high rating and with every chapter I tell myself that this could be when the story takes off. Sadly, after 100~ chapters I lost interest. Now I will repeat, this story have 100 chapters of nothing major, just one boring slice of life after another.
As of chapter 28, I thought I should give some thoughts for others to see before jumping in. First of all, I do suggest giving this a try, from what I've read so far. I can already feel like there's a bigger universe in the making.
Almost spotless. You won't really have to worry there.
If sentence as a special amount of care not really seen often in this website, I believe. This leads to more complicated words and sentence structures, which really has the reading become a bit more exciting for me.
However, that doesn't mean there aren't problems, for no story doesn't have issues. Firstly, the pacing. Perhaps it's due to the fact of how each 'chapter' is quite small, but I believe that all that care into each sentence has had the author into paying too much attention, and not simply speeding things up when they aren't actually relevant.
An example of this is when they're trying to release that Vel guy. I understand how it needs to seem very special, but the process really didn't need to take so long, in my opinion. Especially when the outcome is the same.
Now for the characters. From the few I've seen, they're actually pretty good. It's pretty easy to tell which one's talking, and each one has their own personality. Though I think they didn't quite have that 'shine', that extra bit to make you want to read specifically for them. Still, this is only a first impression, as the amount of pages increase, so can the depth.
As I've said already, in spite of my complaints, give it a try. It's already better than most stories in this website. Just a couple of pacing kinks to sort out, and we'll all be good. Also, the chapters are short, like really short. They are in large quantities however, so I suppose it doesn't really matter. I'll be sure to update this review the further I get in.