Etherial Adventurer [Adventure LitRPG]

Etherial Adventurer [Adventure LitRPG]

by AgalaxySama

Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity
  • Traumatising content

[participant in the Royal Road Writathon challenge]

Human as a species has long since joined the Intergalactic Society and expanded to fulfill their role as good-standing members. Technology and society similarly developed until in cycle 745 of the IGS Universe Calendar, the Universe finally attained a sufficient density in ether to awaken the bringer of change, named simply, Ether Law.

Amidst the gargantuan Intergalactic Society (IGS) spanning tens of galaxies, Rune is only a good-standing galactic citizen living a peaceful life on a rural planet with his family, but his heart tells him that this change was something he had waited for, for a long time, and his indecisive slash very careful personality will probably help him.

This is an adventure, so respect the adventurous feelings I’m transmitting.

LitRPG Fantasy Adventure is life.


It’s not a comic story that doesn’t take itself seriously. It’s also not a grimdark story, going to the depth of making sure the environment is the worst one you could ever find. It’s just a serious story, with a normal protagonist, discovering everything my imagination has to offer.

And to make that real I don’t use conflict as a drive, I have enough of stories without freedom and with plot deadlines, so the only antagonist is jealousy, cause Rune will not have the supreme talent of breaking the Ether Law and my Universe. <3

Chapters are around 3 000 words each.

Update: 1 chapter every day minimum, I have no limit if I feel threatened by addicted readers.

Of course the title isn't miswritten! What kind of m*ron really thought I would make a mistake there?!

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
Chapter 1: Waking Up ago
Chapter 2: A World Not In Panic ago
Chapter 3: Ether Wiki ago
Chapter 4: Void Initiation ago
Chapter 5: Energy ago
Chapter 6: Travelling ago
Chapter 7: Ether Resources ago
Chapter 8: Ether Stats ago
Chapter 9: Tireless Forum ago
Chapter 10: Heroes And Commoners ago
Chapter 11: Avatar Encounter ago
Chapter 12: Aspera’s Training ago
Chapter 13: IGS Government Plan ago
Chapter 14: Duke Of Andromeda ago
Chapter 15: Spiritual Techniques ago
Chapter 16: Worth It ago
Chapter 17: Utopia’s Plan ago
Chapter 18: Hero’s Farming ago
Chapter 19: Beginner To Amateur ago
Chapter 20: Ambitions And Dreams ago
Chapter 21: Reinforcement Showdown ago
Chapter 22: Energy Energy Energy ago
Chapter 23: The Friends ago
Chapter 24: Fighting for real ago
Chapter 25: Back Home ago
Chapter 26: Deep Void Dimension ago
Chapter 27: The Last Compensation ago
Chapter 28: New Home ago
Chapter 29: Sweat and Blood, More Blood ago
Chapter 30: Cold Analysis ago
Chapter 31: Momentum Science ago
Chapter 32: Chapter Title Undecided ago
Chapter 33: Sub-Dimension Opening ago
Chapter 34: Sense of Self ago
Chapter 35: Hot Battle ago
Chapter 36: Home ago
Chapter 37: Master ago
Chapter 38: Independence ago
Chapter 39: Undecided Plan ago
Chapter 40: The Spider Dance ago
Chapter 41: Boundary and Turtle ago
Chapter 42: Peak Tier 1 ago
Chapter 43: Universe United ago
Chapter 44: New Horizons ago
Chapter 45: Undecided Adventurer's Group ago
Chapter 46: Frontline Pathfinder ago
Chapter 47: Slotted Masteries ago
Chapter 48: The Path ago
Chapter 49: Not Overpowered ago
Chapter 50: Flock of Birds and Bears ago
Chapter 51: Veins ago
Chapter 52: Mission Complete ago
Chapter 53: Geology ago
Chapter 54: Monster Wave ago
Chapter 55: Cliff ago
Chapter 56: Sanctity of Health ago
Chapter 57: Transition ago
Chapter 58: Maybe Journey To The Cliff ago
Chapter 59: Chill Night ago
Chapter 60: Foretaste ago
Chapter 61: Silence ago
Chapter 62: Continue? ago
Chapter 63: Infusion ago
Chapter 64: Alone ago
Chapter 65: Neon White Ether ago
Chapter 66: Expansion ago
Chapter 67: Purge ago
Chapter 68: New Region ago
Chapter 69: Speedsters ago
Chapter 70: Transit Point ago
Chapter 71: 49-8 ago
Chapter 72: Tier 3 ago
Chapter 73: A Lesson ago
Chapter 74: The Choice ago
Chapter 75: Immensity Of The Ether Law ago
Chapter 76: News From The World ago
Chapter 77: Slots ago
Chapter 78: Goodies And Goodbye ago
Chapter 79: Specialized Mastery ago
Chapter 80: Practice Run ago
Chapter 81: Wall ago
Chapter 82: The True Endless ago
Chapter 83: Lounae ago
Chapter 84: Breeze ago
Chapter 85: Wait ago
Chapter 86: Fascinating ago
Chapter 87: Starrysky ago
Chapter 88: Churros ago
Chapter 89: Festival ago
Chapter 90: Ether-Meta ago
Chapter 91: 30 Glasses ago
Chapter 92: New Emotions ago

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Nice Story with great Potential

Reviewed at: Chapter 14: Duke Of Andromeda

Let's start with nitpicking. The characters are somewhat bland. The world is stupidly unrealistic by having all people or next to all people have the same opinion about things such as a certain group of people for example. Caution, Paranoia, Panic are all a non-issue because everyone accepts their reality as they know it becoming no more than a fleeting dream instantly and allowing the government all the time they wish to take to make an announcement.

Further is grammar is readable, but bad. So prepare for some riddle me this. This is slightly exacerbated by constantly explaining the MC in such an odd and defensive way that it always kind of boils down to: 'because I the author said so'.

I also, find the interaction between the MC and others to be off. In that, they are supposedly an introvert yet they ditch their long-standing friends in a heartbeat because that is how long it took for new friends to be introduced.

But all that is overshadowed by the interesting story being told. Showing just how much potential in this fiction lies. Sadly much of it is as yet untapped but that which can be seen is still well worth the time.


very nice slice-of-life litrpg

Reviewed at: Chapter 88: Churros

This is a very chill fantasy with a world that has just gotten a litprg System and fantasy elements. The world-building is very extensive, which makes it easier to imagine and better in my opinion. Especially, after chapter 50 a new place is introduced which can be expanded infinitely, makingit easy to avoid the "going to a bigger and better world/dimension after a power-up" trope.

The story is very slice-of-life, which I personally really like. Moreover, I like that there is no urgency and that the MC isn't a hero who has to save the world, contrarily he is an average citizen who is somewhat stronger than the general public. His social skills are worse than average, which helps in making him feel real, though some of the lesser characters can seem too simple and one dimensional.

However, in some places the writing is harder to understand, though it has gotten better with the later chapters. Also, I think sometimes there is too much math involved, which breaks the immersion. 

Overall, I quite like this story, and will probably add it to my favorites. Also, if someone doesn't like world-building or wants a fast-paced story, I wouldn't recommend this to them. 

Grown Kidd

To be fair, I started binging the first 10 chapters when they were first released, and was shocked to see the fic gone.

Style- Short and succinct prose that is easy to understand

Grammar-One of the better fictions I've read, haven't seen an error yet. If there was, it was so either consistent with the story or so small I couldn't recognize it.

Character- While not being the most characterized, the characters fit nicely into the world created by the author, if maybe being a little huge in cosmic scale. Each side character makes sense to the story and  hints to having a life outside the main character's

Story-while It seems like a standard *drop in the fansty* story, it quickly sets itself apart by having a slow apocalypse, apocalyptic at all. Life goes on and everyone explores the new system; the Etheric Law. First 10 chapters or so focus on the tutorial, which notably doesn't involve killing monsters and fighting for survival.

Interesting Read so far, Give it a try

*the rest is for word count quota, RELEASE ME FROM MY CHAINS ADMIN


*Get rid of rhe 200 word advance review criteria. I can right a good review in just a hundred words and if I like anything else that's just more words


Way Too Much World Building

Reviewed at: Chapter 51: Veins

I'd like to first point out that I appreciate the effort you clearly put in for the world building, you clearly spent a lot of time on it, and my following criticisms are meant as constructive criticism. I dont want you overly stressing about what i'm about to write, but recognize shortcomings. Writing is super hard, it take a ton of time, and the only way to get better is to write more. So dont expect to create masterpieces every time, but use your stories as practice for one in the future.

That being said, you need a lot more than world building to make an entertaining story, but it takes up almost the entirety of the story.

The RPG system itself is overly simple and doesn't really allow itself to do anything interesting. You have basic core fundamental skills, and anything you can do is basically just applications of these fundamental skills. This makes everyone incredibly generic, with very little to make anyone unique in any way besides specializations and classes, but even those dont seem to offer anything interesting are also from a very limited and generic pool.

The MC's attitude is also boring being a cautious slow and steady type. This is a personality for a side character, not an MC. In fact, the side characters are more interesting than the MC. This is twice as bad since so much of the story is spent on world-building that very little true character building even happens in the first place.

There's also a shocking lack of conflict in the story whatsoever. There's no antagonist, there's no risk of failure, you can't even ruin your build, there's no real risk of death in the tutorial, and since there's no character building, I wouldn't even care if people did die. And to stress the severity of this point, conflict is the absolute core of any story, it's fundamental. You're missing the very heart of what a story is.

There's also no real plot to speak of. You've basically only established the system the world runs in, and that's kind of it. 

The problem here is you have a super slow burn story and nothing compelling the reader to read the next update. The first 50 chapters are just the tutorial, and it felt like a tutorial in the worst ways possible.

There's a lot of potential here though, and I think once you start to recognize the parts that are missing, you're going to see massive progress in your writing.


A very chill story with a future.

Reviewed at: Chapter 36: Home

If you are looking for something to read that's litrpg-ish and chill,without having to worry about enemies and big bad guys ruining everything (i sure am cuz there are enough  stories full of drama and stress and overarching plot,those are good too but sometimes u need to sit back,relax and just read) this is your story. 8 chapters in and i LOVE IT,it's exactly what i didnt know i was looking for for the past year. 

Edit《》after reading more of it,most of the concerns of people were answered 

The part about no actions is quickly rectified,the part about no risk too is quickly resolved,so you can stay safe,this novel WILL have action and risk,just toned down a little from all the usual litrpg novel here.



Slow and Steady. Not fast paced, 95% solo MC POV. LitRPG elements are there, but due to the S&S nature of story, not overbearing. No Blue Screens.

Not a lot of dialogue, mostly inner monologue. This is mostly a theory crafting, solo exploration grind as a System happens and one persons goal to explore and understand begins. You could almost call this a Min/Max LitRPG thought project. Group elements happening more at 40-50 onward chapters.

At 50 chapter mark, its finally getting to the meat of it all, the good stuff. I'd call the preceeding chapters the Tutorial.

Lots of world building, more so happening in the later 40-50 chapters.

One could note that some of the earlier writing could be called overly wordy and confusing as its describing the System and world building. But as long as thats not too much of a hang up to you, skim it, as its either not relevant or will be explained in normal speak later on via the MC.

I do like that the author takes the time to show how far reaching and broad something like this would be, whilst not really affecting our MC at all. Some could call that unnecessary writing, but i think overall it adds to the depth and scale of something this size.


Review Posted as of chapter 19

Most of my review will contain spoilers of the first 19 chapters. 

The story so far at least is very very slow paced. With that I mean as of chapter 19 nothing has really happened. The adventorous spirit of the story so far has manifested in two absolute side characters, an adventurer guild and absolutely nothing that is linked to our main character Rune.

As for our MC he is so far very plain and at times outright boring. He takes the slow and steady approach of farming slowly instead of going for the more risky strategies. So far no real lucky brakes for him either.

The system itself is decent enough even though slogging through what felt like 3 chapters of the system announcing itself and then seemingly discussing with itself felt more like a chore to me. After that it feels like a well thought out system though in terms of stats and function (no system created abilities or skills so far I believe).

Overall I can say that so far the adventurous spirit is sorely missing. The author warns in the beginning that it is a slow burn but 19 chapters with very little besides farming, spreadsheets and training is too long for me.


sci-fi lit-rpg where nobody is a psycopatic moron

Reviewed at: Chapter 8: Ether Stats

An interesting lit-rpg in a sci-fi ambient, the intergalattic society is a normal organized and socialy pacefull society with almost all normal person, apart the rululu. There aren't war, the economic is stable, they don't have the panacea for all medical condiction and there are some little problem but all for all is a good place.

When the Ether law start the society DON'T crush, people DON'T panic like headless chicken, moron DOESN'T become psycopatic powermonger whith mass extintion ability, just some minor nuisance and more and foremost the Ether law DOESN'T start the apocalipse. A welcome change from the usual xianxia/litrpg where you find 10 wannaby thug/arrogant young master/mutant monster every turn of the street and the MC go from zero to Goku in less than 20 chapter even if he was a bullied nerd before.

This is a tranquil pace novel where the MC explore the new universe at a resonable pace, with good and not good thing, interestin is the universe building progression not too fast or slow.

I hope to see it in the trending soon


OK story, but way too boring and slow. There is no suspense at all, no villain, no hardship, nothing.

MC has no real character, some side characters are more defined than him. The dude has a family, 2 sisters and 2 brothers and just gets up and leaves without a word even though he could have done his solo training near his home planet ? Wtf man. 


The political situation in this book is an utopia, absolutely unrealistic.

The author spends way to long with setting everything up. Why don't you let your characters explore and experience the stuff themselves instead of reading it on a forum? 


Grammar is fine but there are a few mistakes here and there, some chapters have are worse. I'd rate grammar 3.5/5* 


I can't recommend to read this as it is right now. It's just too boring.