Luke Scheffe

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Axe Master - An Arabella Online Story

Axe Master - An Arabella (...)
by Manx
HIATUS
60 pages

People always wondered how Malik had joined an all-female guild. Was it his skill? Was it his wit, charm or all around fierceness? Or was it the fact that He was an axe master bad ass barbarian? In reality though, it was because he was just one of the girls.

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The Simulacrum

The Simulacrum
by Egathentale
ONGOING
1.6k pages

"Um... Hello, I guess? Is this where I'm supposed to explain what's going on? Well, I would love if someone explained things to me for a change, but whatever, I will give it a try.

So, my name is Leonard Dunning, pleased to make your acquaintance. According to my ID, I'm a fairly average high-schooler, living alone while my parents are somewhere 'overseas', wherever that may be. I'm tall, pretty fit, living in an impeccably clean house, and I attend a scenic high school full of friends, romance and coming-of-age hi-jinks. Sounds neat on paper, right? Too bad I have absolutely no memory of any of this. One day I simply woke up in this weirdly pristine world with a splitting headache and a nasty case of retrograde amnesia that left me a blank slate unable to recognize even my face in the mirror. Worse yet, apparently this whole place is running on fairly clichéd writing conventions and stereotypes, complete with obvious background characters and dense harem protagonists!

So, what would your average guy do in this kind of situation? I have no clue, but as for me, I decided to roll up my sleeves, grab a notepad, observe this weird world and work out what makes it tick. If you are curious about how deep this rabbit hole goes (and trust me, we will need spelunking equipment), you are more than welcome to come along for the ride."

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Another World's Homunculus

Another World's Homunculus
by BlankDott
HIATUS
770 pages

Ellis Murrin died an unexpected death, but before he could experience the sweet bliss of eternal rest, a God-like being whisked him away. The God told a tale of another world in grave jeopardy and the need for a hero (or several heroes) to go there and save the people. It was looking to be a typical story of transmigration when suddenly, something unexpected happened.

Now, he finds himself standing in the middle of an ancient tomb, with a lineage that wasn’t exactly normal and a body that wasn’t entirely human.


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A Shadow of a Boy

A Shadow of a Boy
by KeyRow
HIATUS
3 pages

We are in a world where magic has seemingly come out of nowhere and the government and many others form laws and each type of magic is viewed in society different. The main character is a boy not concerned with any of that. He just stays at home with his sister and somewhat eccentric father. He seems to have trauma relating to lightning. What could have caused this trauma? Why doesn't he go to school? What is the odd shadow below his feet?

 

            

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The Three Saints

The Three Saints
by Warfox
HIATUS
300 pages

After 100,000 years journeying across space after escaping Earth, life resumes for the Colonists of the Ark on the Monsalle Station. Life, however, never stopped for the people of the Phoenix Clan, back on Earth. With the Ice Age over, two civilizations, separated by light years and millennia rebuild what's left of humanity.

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Data Dragon Danika

Data Dragon Danika
by gusdefrog
ONGOING
1.7k pages

After a great deal of preparation, Danika begins her new digital dragon's life in a very small way.

They say the "Living Jade Empire" creates individualized quests. They say it can read your mind. They say you can find your heart's desire. They say that there's never been a game like it, and they're right but… they're also wrong.

The game is a data mine, built to retell the old tales that humans have been telling each other since language was invented. It doesn't read your mind, but it reads your search history, your favorites, and your blogs. The "Living Jade Empire" is literally crafted from fables, legends, fantasies, and maybe just a bit of stardust.

But in the end, will the game be able to figure out what Danika wants most? Will the desires of other players take priority? Or, will playing it change her, until she desires what it can give her?

A journey is always made up of many small steps, and this game has still only just begun.

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Summoning Shenanigans

Summoning Shenanigans
by Mighty Moushie
ONGOING
1.1k pages

Sean was a chemist on Earth with a lovely family life.  Everything was going well, until a group of gods decide to summon him to their world.  An unfortunate appearance by the trickster god derailed a normal summoning, and now Sean finds himself in a pickle.  

Content warning:  There will be profanity and quite probably some gore, though the point of the story will not revovle around any gory scenes.  I'm also including traumatising content as there will for sure be slavery and rape.  The rape will be alluded to and not described, there are other places for that.  I think this also explains the grimdark tag.

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Song of the Void

Song of the Void
by Vihyungrang
ONGOING
911 pages

A great race faces extinction and tries to leave a legacy for the future. Young races building on the ruins of the old. What happens when one of the old ones wakes up and finds the universe changed? Will she try to find new meaning? Will she try to help the younger races or will she punish the grave-robbers for their sacrilege? Or will the eternal servant of her people try and finally find some happiness of her own?

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In Memoriam

In Memoriam
by Winged Thing
HIATUS
4 pages

William has set himself a goal and in achieving it he will honour his Grandfather's memory. He doesn't care about his family, their politics, their goals.

William will become a delver and pit himself against The Dungeon and climb. Perhaps he will achieve glory and merits of his own. Or maybe he will die alone in the depths.

He doesn't yet know how things will go, but he intends to see his resolution through to the end. Earnest the Undying taught him to do things in full or not at all and William keeps that teaching close to his heart.

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Drip-Fed

Drip-Fed
by Funatic
ONGOING
602 pages

A slime randomly falls into existence. Sapient and born with the ability to recreate parts of the things it feasts upon, the highly confused drop of primordial soup decides that the only real thing it can do is become the being at the top of the food chain. A task of longevity in the leaves of the omni-verse.

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Small Medium

Small Medium
by Andrew Seiple
HIATUS
1.2k pages

Chase Berrymore dreams of adventure, excitement, and getting the heck out of her pastoral halven village.

But when adventure finds her, she'll be scrambling to save everyone of her family and friends from a decades-old conspiracy. Outmatched in almost every way, she'll have to use her wits, charisma, and a bit of divine favor to figure out the path to victory. But the odds are bad, and even with an Oracle's foresight, she can't save everyone. 

Even worse, she'll have to figure out ways to deal with the weird and nigh-immortal beings that call themselves "playas..."

A litrpg romp with a very non-standard protagonist, set in the same world as the "Threadbare" books.

CLAIMER: My name is Andrew Seiple. I am a writer, and I both write this story and own the rights to it.
I will be posting this story on Spacebattles.com, SufficientVelocity.com, RoyalRoad.com, and my Patreon. I reserve the right to remove it from any and all platforms as needed to facilitate my sinister long-term plans. 
 
Cover art created by Amber Rimkus, licensed per agreement.

 

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World Master

World Master
by Luke Scheffe
HIATUS
32 pages

Hey! I once lived on your world back in 2056. But that was a long time ago and there’s probably no records of my existence. Or, maybe, I haven’t even been born yet…

…I’m still figuring out of the timelines correspond.

Anyways, I was or will be, or whatever you want to call it (maybe I am?), John Pitcher, a resident at St. Jude’s Hospital for the Mentally Ill. I was a computer programmer and my parents had me admitted there because I was convinced that I had been contacted by Set, the Egyptian god of chaos, about creating a world.

Well, apparently, I’m something akin to the great times a hundred grandson of over 10 000 gods, and they didn’t want me to live an ordinary, dull life (well, except for the god of normalcy, but he doesn’t count). Set gave me three years to prepare myself. This begins right at the end of those three years.

 

[participant in the NaNoWriMo Royal Road challenge]

I originally had this as part of the prologue, then I realized that it made a better synopsis.

Please note: this might seem a bit clunky because I haven't done a lot of writing, and this is supposed to be a kind of prequel to another story that I plan on doing in the future. I will not be fully explaining everything but instead will be explaining things in that other story. This is mainly to help fill in the lore of the world so that people will have at least a basic idea of how things function. Regardless of that, that story won't be written for at least another year, so deal with it.

Note: I am using ideas from several different authors in order to make sure that this can be a proper story. You may or may not recognize where I got them. I am not writing a Fanfiction and do not claim these as my own. I will add to a list of titles below as I find myself using those ideas.

World Keeper (obviously)

The Wandering Inn

The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound (not yet, but eventually)

A bunch of others that I haven't thought of yet

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