The Slime Dungeon Chronicles (prequel)
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Thank-you to everyone who has followed this story since the beginning. This is the draft edition of the story for sale on amazon. Certain missing plot elements and mistakes are likely missing from this version.
This series is the prequel series to the larger slime dungeon universe that continues in The Slime Dungeon Novellas, The Slime Dungeon Diaries, and The Reluctent Healer.
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Ignore the grammar review i gave since i only give 4 stars and 5 stars to what i consider is perfect grammar.
Every bit of this fiction is amazing. He has combined a dungeon reincarnation story into a romance comedy with drama and some really tense moments. The characters are all really well written and i love every bit of it.
First of all i would like to thank you for such a epic work!
after going through same old stories of reincarnations this one is simply on a whole new level!
the very concept and its placement is unique,something like this should have given a felling of confusion but you somehow made it quit simple to understand!
there were some grammar issues here and there but overall nice. Well there is a need for a little character adjustment as the twins personality and the princess!
THE FEARLESS LEADER WAS AN EPIC CHARACTER!
please keep on going on with this story thank you for your hard work!
Well im just going to dive right into it, this story needs to be planned better. There is a severe lack of forshadowing and characters seem very shallow and inconsistent. Im not going to go in-depth but i'll just say the author needs to think about everything and how it connects within the arc before diving in and just improvising. I 100% think the author has the capacity to make the top 10 on this site if he'd only take the time to think of a story-line worthy of that divine title. Overall, a fun read with the most addicting concept I've ever seen.
-Slow down and think ahead a couple of chapters before you write
A book with a very fun concept, following the life of a dungeon.
The very first chapters reminded me of DungeonKeeper, later on the story goes into completely original content that is fun to follow. Sometimes the thought process on dungeon creation is a bit winding, but still great fun.
I like that there is a sizeable cast of characters, a number of subplots and an incremental introduction of new items, monsters, abilities, characters, etc. etc. This is great stuff.
The only drawback for me are the too childish interactions between the Dungeon and the Fairy and the pups. As a father of four, I can tell you that children do not speak like this. That speech pattern vaguely resembles a 2 year old, for 1 month, and then even a 2 year old can pronounce properly. I read a comment that this is because the Dungeon is a newborn, fine, but it is an old soul dungeon, does not make sense to me. The fairy speaking like that makes even less sense, she is definitely older than 2 years. And the pups, eh, I guess... It would still be irritating to read.
Simply amazing, i love the style for being simple yet also serious and funny accordingly.
The story is unique and interesting got lits of potential
Well what do you expect nice poetry btw
Love the character, but i would like to have more indeph reason for certain action, like how diana offer her soul. I get the point but a more distinct reason for her fear and comfort ao she could give her soul would be better.
Keep it up buddy! And get well soon from the organ removal!
this was great. i bienged this entire series in a vew days. this moved my love of slime stories to a new appreciation of dungeon stories.
The characters feel shallow, only stereotypes, no comittment and passion, any deeper thoughts stringing one along, can be felt from any of them. It had some good moments true but they were far and few in between. Some cute or funny tropes sure were in there. There also were some nice ideas for plot and overarching progress but it with the general feel of the characters... No leveling and strength progression that made one wait for the next fix of incremental increase in strength. :/
All in all it gave me a feeling at being annoyed spending my time with it because it was too good to just abandon but making me question myself too often "why i was reading this again"...
Inconsistent n more than half of story not about dungeon,more about the kingdom,empire n the ppl
if u read this story for dungeon elements,pls dont find another one!!!
Would recommend this to anyone looking to read a dungeon core book was my intro into this type of book and can't get enough of this genre. That being said slime dungeon chronicles is a very fun read I devoured all 4 of the books they didn't last a day once I had them very interesting takes on slimes and their evolutions.
I understand that this is a draft edition and that most of the required changes were (hopefully) made in the final editions that made it to Amazon. I'll start off by saying that the plot is a neat idea; not a lot of people can stick with a dungeon story like this. The style is mostly in a kind of fun-loving tone. Decent characters, and a lot of them, although some could use some more fleshing out. Throughout there are a lot of changes made in later chapters that aren't carried back to past chapters, leaving people fairly confused. I'll attribute that to it being a draft and readily available in the purchased books.
Grammar is what I've found to be the worst part of this story. There are tons of errors in every chapter, from mispellings to entirely wrong words. One off the worst is how canonically "wargs" are a very very bad thing to have around, while "worgs" aren't as big a deal (1st book, "The Stones Start to Roll"). Many times throughout the books the Twins are referred to as wargs instead of worgs, which speaks to me of poor attention to detail, especially to something that was implied to be so important.
If you can ignore the many errors then it's a decent enough story for a draft. Sit back and enjoy the goofiness, dungeon building, and ocassional morbid moment (slimes gotta eat too you know.)