by Vowron Prime
157 pages

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NOTE! This trilogy is finished. It was published by Aethon Books on Amazon starting with book one on 5/1/2021. All books have been removed from RoyalRoad. This story was posted on RR in its entirety for free before being removed.

Magnus Cromwell kills for a living.

He’s organized, professional, efficient. Like a machine. But when his family’s life is on the line? That’s something else. That calls for the kind of warm-blooded vengeance that scorches earth and summons tungsten rods from space, leaves a whole lot of melted flesh, and no one to tell the tale.

It should've been a blue milk run. As by-the-book as it gets. With his sister Nina out safe and the opposition decimated by hypersonic gunfire, MC wondered where they got the guts to even try. Then something hits him. Lays him out cold, and leaves him waking up to a fantasyland with nothing but his armor and a half-written note to guide him. It's a strange place where even stranger predators eye him for their next meal. Where his life’s on a timer, and where the darkest horrors haunt his dreams, painting visions of death.

There's no right day to mess with Magnus Cromwell. But the universe sure managed to pick the absolute worst one.


- MC is stone-cold, strong(OP), and gets even stronger, but he'll still face his fair share of challenges, both internal and external.

- LitRPG-lite. No stats and an unconventional system. Expect abilities and progressions, but there will only ever be a handful of them.

- Science Fiction and Fantasy collide, with a touch of mystery, Lovecraft, and body horror.

- Professionally painted art scenes!

- This series is finished.

A Huge thank you to RoyalRoader MikeWe for the banner, and to NoDragons for his help editing the synopsis. Cover and scene art by the talented John Molinero

Discord: https://discord.gg/s6e5rTj

[participant in the Royal Road Writathon challenge]

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Class Z Calamity

Class Z Calamity
by Weaver of Fables
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When a world-devouring machine, a weapon straight out of science fiction, appears in a fantasy world, all bets are off. To make it worse, the Artificial General Intelligence governing the machine is completely and utterly insane.
Codename: Devourer. Class: God-Slaying Machine. Calamity Rank: Z.
In a world of elves, humans, gods and devils, a terrible being awakens. A war is coming that not even the bards will sing of, for even the dead shall mourn the living.
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Inexorable Chaos

Inexorable Chaos
by Cliff Hanger
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Gods are, generally speaking, not fans of directly putting their fingers on the scale. This is for a variety of reasons, ranging from cautioun to amusement, but is generally because after a few hundred millennia and enough prayers to fill a hollow Earth, you're bound to learn the art of delegation.  Luckily, among the unwashed masses, there exist the exceptional, the gifted, those with the potential to become Heroes.

Useful pawns.

Thus, the Gods adopted a more laissez-faire policy.

Quasi Eludo has been a Hero. He did the whole "save the world” rigmarole, came home, and mulled over his magical journey. It was amazing! A whole lifetime as the destined savior, with magic and monsters, love and adventure, lifelong friendships and heartfelt goodbyes. There was so much, and yet, gone so soon.

It wasn’t enough. It was never enough. He wanted to do it again.  And where wants coincide, there's a market, so he sold his services to the lazy, wanton Gods. 

Quasi Eludo, Hero for Hire. [No world too big, no quest too small]

Now, after countless subjective centuries of Hero-ing, and several awkward conversations with the IRS, an odd God has come to Quasi with a unique request: Destroy a world, minimum payment of several million dollars on completion.

Quasi sees no reason not to accept.

*$50,000 USD minimum charge plus expenses for all fetch quests. Extermination requests subject to environmental review. 

Parental Warning: Contains descriptions of nudity and lizard sex. No eldritch abominations were molested in the writing of this novel. 
All characters are fictional. Any resemblance to actual Gods, Deities, or Discord server members is purely coincidental regardless of how accurately they are described. 

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Lord Of Horrors [DISCONTINUED] (...)
by Lord Joyde
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In the year 2378, the people of the newly-colonized planet Eredea did as all colonialists often do. They dug deep into their new world, exploring each nook and exploiting every cranny it had to offer. Again, much like everyone else, there came a time when they dug a bit too deep... but what they found on that day is not what they would learn to fear.


For those who do not know, every chapter with the " <3 " sign next to its title is a lemon!
Lemon: A chapter which contains, is made up entirely of or is a prelude to a sexual or highly erotic/suggestive scene.


Lord Joyde The Madman: I've been convinced by a couple people that posting my new story on multiple sites is the best course of action.

Other site - https://www.fictionpress.com/u/879573/Lord-Joyde

2. https://www.scribblehub.com/series/3440/lord-of-horrors/

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Best Seller
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What will this latest adventure lead to? Will everything end here, in failure? Without the support of the mysterious and powerful Twilight Secrets Sect, the fight against the Raven Sect is doomed from the start… But their aid might just be too costly to attain.

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The Perks of Immortality (...)
by cjet799
318 pages

This story will no longer be updated.

After living decades and dying hundreds of times, Kegan has learned that he has finally passed some test that the cruel spirit had given him. Now, Kegan has the ability to gain “perks” that can make his life much easier. He is looking forward to finally having an easy life with the new perks he has earned.

Rules to keep me honest for the perk system:

Spoiler: Spoiler
1. The purpose of perks is to help the MC live longer and do new things each life.
2. The perks can be unlocked by getting hurt or killed.
3. The perks can be unlocked by putting in a lot of effort that isn’t easily duplicated in a new life.
4. Perks are generally beneficial enhancements to the MC’s body.
5. Perk costs can be lowered with more impressive achievements to unlock them.
6. Perk costs can be lowered by repeated death or injury from something the perk protects against.
7. Perk costs are increased for quality of life improvements that don’t benefit survival.

I want to avoid one of the pitfalls I see for other LitRPG stories where the game elements barely relate to the story, or offer very little information. If people are skipping over and not reading the perks then I'm doing things wrong. So I promise to try and make the perks interesting, sometimes humorous, informative, and relevant to the story.

Cover art by http://dertypaws.com/

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Super Minion

Super Minion
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Fortress City has Super Villains, who have evil lairs, and in them they make super weapons. But when a bioweapon is granted super powers of its own, will Fortress City be able to handle the Super Minion?


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845 pages

A discussion of people, monsters, and the nature of reality, all with the scenic backdrop of a litRPG and violent death.

Anthony is your average, unassuming programmer that wakes up from a dream only to find the world he knew is gone, along with much of his memory of it. He is forced to fight for his life (badly) and try to help others (unwillingly) in a desperate bid for not only his own survival, but that of humanity as a whole. 

Join me on my first expedition into writing anything longer than a book report as I ramble endlessly and attempt to cushion the whole thing with exotic adventures in a game world. 

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The Demon Against the Heavens

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On faraway lands where the Chinese culture meets a Korean nuance, a strange Curse befalls Helial. It may ruin his life entirely, or it may not.
From a Korean video-game scenario which follows the Immortality genre design of Chinese fantasy novels, in a world outlined by Classical elements as well, nothing compares the call of freedom.
While contrastingly different worlds get in touch volume after volume, this brand-new genre explores new horizons that traditional fantasy literature has never reached before.

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The Invincible Hero

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by ClownfishFighter
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A super hero’s life is simple. All you have to do is use your superpowers to protect Earth while maintaining a secret identity. 

The Invincible Hero is Earth’s most powerful superhero but he finally meets a challenge even he cannot defeat. 

Using bizarre technology such as the Samsara pods, Lorne, the Invincible Hero, climbs through the ranks of heroes and cultivators in a bid to acquire the power to protect those closest to him. 

The Invincible Hero battles to truly become invincible. However, new conflicts and enemies reveal he is still weak, but he persists stubbornly moving forward towards his destiny. 

This Novel can also be found on Webnovel.com

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Back on Earth, the mastermind behind all this created something that was so powerful, the heavens themselves would send down a tribulation. After surviving the ordeal, he would ascend to a higher plane.

Thrust onto the stage of martial world cultivators, he finds the world poor, dirty and dangerous. Magic is nice, but science had been coming along nicely. They had almost breeched the Void Wall at the edge of the solar system.

The only option available to him now was to educate these warring savages and lay the groundwork for a proper industrial society. 

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