When a geeky college freshman is sucked into a gamelike realm and given the chance to be a powerful wizard, will he succeed in defending the path back to his realm?
InterRealm's game master offers him a way home, but first he has to earn it. Kenny will do his best, but may soon find his responsibilities to his new friends and growing kingdom within his dreadfortress, as well as a budding attraction to a hot wood elf, are too tempting to give away. Orcs, undead roamers, and conniving diplomats will quickly learn of his rise to power and do everything possible to kill him before his new kingdom rises from the shadows.
InterRealm warriors have infiltrated and overtaken many worlds. How can a geek turned wizard do anything of significance to keep them from destroying his?
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I thought this sounded interesting when I spotted it. The title is great and the story so far is definitely delivering. Looking further into it, I realised that this is the same Author who wrote Ciphers quest series. As I enjoyed that so much I gave this one a try and didn't regret it.
It's a well written, well fleshed out world and I was surprised just how different this was to the other series. All I can say is that it is an epic, awesome and thoroughly enjoyable LitRPG.
There's fantastic in depth world building, and I love a solid wizard build and I love base building too and this story has that! There are real world consequences to the MC's quests, which I enjoy seeing in a transported type story. Also a huge plus for me is that there's a ton of chuckles along the way and solid progression from the MC. I don't want to give too much away, but I love the epic direction the story is heading, the battles, the fortress, the relationship with the mentor. I am thoroughly looking forward to more in this dangerous yet fun and expanding world.
Keep up the good work
I finally got all caught up on this one. It is definitely one of my go to reads on RR. I like the humor here, love the character development. I feel like Crucible is pretty relatable, tbh. It's been a fun read and I'm excited to read more by Tim!