Born for the Apocalypse : Void Marked

Born for the Apocalypse (...)
by Daoist Enigma
118 pages

Jack Anderson hadn't quite been expecting his lazy sunday afternoon to be rudely interrupted by an alien incursion, but he supposed it was one of those things you just don't see coming.

Now that it was here though, well, every man had to confront their destiny one day. 

Doomsday Prepper meets the Apocalypse.

Chaos ensues.

What to expect:

- Martial Arts 

- High octane, heart thumping action with tension aplenty. 

- Realistic side characters

- Gritty survival 

- Interesting skills! Well designed loot! New classes on the horizon!

- Dao and Cultivation based abilities. 

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Trickster Cleric (A LitRPG Isekai Epic Fantasy Story)

Trickster Cleric (A LitRPG (...)
by GBScally
538 pages

The forces of chaos are on the march, and the arrival of an avatar heralds the dawn of a new Age of Strife.

Amara has spent the last few years caring for her ailing father. And with medical bills mounting quickly, she does whatever it takes to keep a roof over their heads. After his passing, she awakens in a strange world, where she learns that sometimes death doesn’t wipe away your past deeds.

She is reborn as a trickster cleric, a class only given to thieves and troublemakers. But as she struggles to find a place for herself in a world where she’s shunned and rejected, she discovers powerful enemies bent on her destruction are gathering on all sides.

With only a handful of spells at her disposal, she will have to complete an almost impossible task given to her by a goddess. And if she fails, then her new home will fall into eternal darkness.

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A Record of Ash & Ruin: The Grieving Lands [LitRPG]

A Record of Ash & Ruin: (...)
by Mesa
335 pages

Not everyone can be chosen, and not all who are can become heroes.

Enter into a world where the whims of gods and magic hold sway. Avaria, the Goddess of Justice, chooses a champion, and in doing so, invites the attention of an even more ancient and powerful force. Dark designs, unfathomable and ominous, wrap themselves around our hero, as he struggles to find his footing in this strange and dangerous new world.

The familiar rules and structures of his old life are now but a mirage, a distant memory, as he fights to survive in a land where every step could bring death, and every mistake is paid for in blood. The creatures he encounters are alien, unlike anything he has ever imagined, and the environment he finds himself in is a terrifying nightmare.

Slowly but surely, he is forced to adapt, assimilating skills and abilities that he can barely comprehend. And this is no easy journey, no simple quest. Every level he gains is earned through sacrifice and suffering, and there are no conveniences to ease his path. No instant language learning, no internal maps, and no clear explanations from magical fairy guides for the powers he now possesses.

As he struggles to come to grips with this new reality, our hero is forced to confront the true nature of humanity when pushed to its limits. Justice is no longer a matter of courts and lawyers, but rather, of martial skill and magical strength. Heroes and villains alike are revealed in stark relief, and the value of human life is put into question.

For our hero, the question remains: Is this world real, or merely an illusion? And in the end, does it matter? For he is now a part of it, and his actions will shape its future, for better… or for worse…

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Vainqueur the Dragon

Vainqueur the Dragon
by Maxime J. Durand (Void Herald)
1.7k pages

Vainqueur now has a Webtoon adaptation!

It is now available on Amazon! Book 1 (Audiobook 1), Book 2 (Audiobook 2), Book 3 (Audiobook 3), Book 4.

Vainqueur Knightsbane is your average dragon: a giant, fire-breathing lizard who loves to take naps on his golden hoard, kidnap princesses for fun, and make the life of adventurers miserable. Vainqueur's only pleasure in life is to watch his treasure get bigger, one coin at a time.

So when a would-be thief turned unwilling minion tells him about "classes," "levels," and "quests," Vainqueur wonders if maybe, just maybe, he should consider a career change. 

After all, why bother hunting monsters for free when you can get paid for it?

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