Luca De Rosa

Luca De Rosa

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I am the Doomsday Weapon

I am the Doomsday Weapon
HIATUS
206 pages

The hero woke up in his new body. He was no longer a human, a mage, a hero. He was a mass of nanites, the very same Doomsday weapon he should have destroyed.

An overpowered being made of nanites, forever hungry and starved for more, but with only the desire to return to his family.

[Participant in the Royal Road Writathon challenge]

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The world traveler from the future

The world traveler from the future
HIATUS
313 pages

The world, under the guide of the System, was prospering. The Dungeons gifted untold riches to those brave enough to challenge them, and the System watched and helped those who were willing to complete its Quests.

But not Charles. As soon as he appeared inside a dark cave, the system told him that he was an anomaly, that he was not worthy of its gifts.

His mind was damaged. His AI companion was convinced that he was in a world of sword and magic. All around, schemers and manipulators tried to play their part in a story that was thousands of years old. Spanning entire planes and worlds. And yet, he only saw what he wanted to see. For a while, it worked. Slowly, but inevitably, it became impossible. The threat was too big to ignore, the evidence too strong.

He was just a pawn in a game so large that it was impossible to comprehend.

At its center, the System. The System was not what it seemed. It was a tyrant, or maybe just a tool created by someone or something so powerful that it could control entire worlds.

And it had declared him its enemy.


Many thanks to Damiano, who helps with the world building and the character building.

Many thanks to Fuyu Dust for the cover art.


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The one Player

The one Player
HIATUS
125 pages

Jacob, an avid Minecraft player in his free time, touched that damn mirror that looked so much like an End portal.

And portalled away he was, because the next thing he knew, blue boxes were everywhere he looked.

He could craft items, he could roam around. He could enjoy life!

With his extensive knowledge of the game, of the mods, of the playstyle... He knew that he would thrive here, in a world so similar to the virtual one where he had spent so many hours of his life.

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Event Horizon

Event Horizon
HIATUS
130 pages

Warning: the first blue box appears at chapter 24.

David always lived his life, looking at the world through a film of grey. He knew he was dull, he knew he was worthless. And the world was too.

His life ended in an instant, hit by a truck. Then he woke up again, and the System gave him a mission.

Pretty standard isekai, so far.

The only problem was that whenever he died, he respawned. After agony and pain, he would come back reforged. And so he died, again and again.

And when he completed his mission, another one awaited. On and on. 

But his life had meaning now.

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Immense Space

Immense Space
HIATUS
255 pages

The Technocracy was the most extraordinary empire to ever exist in the multiverse. Despite this, its famed legacy stems from just a single man.

An untold number of players, each with their own desires, participated in the game. Some joined in the name of progress and others in search of fame. The rest joined because The Machine asked them to.

This is the tale of the universe, how it was shaped by the advent of an empire from Earth and the stories of the players who built it.

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The Faraway Land

The Faraway Land
HIATUS
147 pages

Fenrir was a captain of a spaceship, back in his world. He was happy, he had found a family in his crew, and desired for nothing else beside exploring the wonders of the cosmos. And yet, in the span of a few minutes, his idyllic life ended.

He found himself inside the wreckage of his ship, surrounded by death and desolation.

He was not in his universe anymore, but in a world ruled by magic, where humans struggle, and technology does not exist. He made friends with the elves, even fell in love with one, but something lurked in the shadow of day. Tucked within the safety of the sun, a mad god watched with his ever-present eye. He spied upon his vast lands, and he conspired.

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Stories from far away

Stories from far away
HIATUS
0 pages

A collection of short stories.

What if a woman was given access to the source code of the universe?

What if you had a set of cards you could draw magical powers from?

A man, waking up from cryosleep, finds that he was no man at all. His whole life was only a dream, a simulation to pass the time while he traveled.

What if gods and guardians roamed the earth?

A boy discovers his telekinetic powers when he tries to save his family from a tragic accident.

A man went back in time to teach past civilizations about science, only to return and find everything just as he left it.

What else? Much else. The galaxy is vast, and full of wonders.

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