The Discarded, Half-Eaten Apple Core New Life. An OP Dungeon Post-Apocalyptic LitRPG.by
NOT A CHAPTER: The Errata your Fiction Wished you Smelled like
That's what I get for drafting and publishing without any review process whatsoever.
There's a glossary coming up next, it will be placed after the first chapter in its own volume. Things have a better formatting there.
This Dungeon is Garbage!
Added a description for the main class.
A Dungeon unlike any other, a spark of hope for a doomed planet. The Electronic Apple Orchard mixes farming, gardening, and heavy industry in one neat package.
You Son of a B****, I'm in.
Level 5 Perk for the sub-Class.
> You gained the Glistening Blades Perk: The edge and tip of blades you craft have 100% more durability.
Rest In Peace, Ms. Josselyn. You'll be forever remembered.
Level 10 Perk for the sub-Class.
> You learned the Chink in Armor Perk: When using weapons you crafted, a critical hit allows you to ignore 25% of the target's armor.
Level 15 Perk for the sub-Class.
> You learned the Wind-Gliding Bullet Perk: Projectiles you craft suffer 20% less wind resistance.
Getting a Kid Sick was the Answer after all.
Level 20 Perk for sub-Class.
> You gained the "Oops, I was in range" Perk: Your own explosions deal 20% less damage to you.
That's a bad bet
Level 25 Perk for sub-Class.
Mad Volley Perk: When firing 6 or more projectiles at the same target, gain a linear +1% accuracy and critical chance for each projectile above 5, up to a +10% bonus.
Level 5 Perk for sub-Class:
> You gained the Keyboard Basher Perk: You type 100% faster. Buttons you push react 100% faster as well.
Bio: The author would like to reinforce for the umpteenth time that the characters' opinions are their own, may be intentionally wrong, do not reflect my (MDW's) personal viewpoints neither are included in this work to further any political agenda (I don't even live in the same hemisphere or country as you, whichever those are. I'm writing from the Earth-Sun L3 point for all I care). My works serve no purpose other than to tell stories with conflicting viewpoints. Use of the reader's critical sense is highly advised.