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I am enjoying this story. The writer has given it a kind of lyrical quality - a sense of exploring a faerie world which is what drew me into fantasy.

There is no dark gritty hyper-real feel which all the other stories seem to have these days - I like that too, but stories like this one are easy to enjoy while relaxing. I think of it as an impresionistic painting where the mood and feel are more important, and that mood is done in pastels rather than black and blood. Not to say that it doesn't touch on a bit of darkness, just that it hasn't yet wallowed in it.

What I see in the story so far, and have no reason to believe it will change, is a main character (MC from now) who we follow as he learns about this world and what is possible in it. There are bits of 'reality' sprinkled in as well, but they are not too intrusive as so far they don't really affect much other than some of his in-game emotional responses.

Massively Multiplayer Games Role Playing Games are in a strange space at the moment. While there are a handful of very successful free to play titles, the traditional games are all but dead. With a few notable exceptions like World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV, most recent subscription-based games have crashed and burned.

Why? Some would say it is because these games continue to try to follow the leader, never really innovating or differentiating themselves from the pack. One game that seeks to buck that trend, though, is Ashes of Creation. The game has a solid team behind it and looks to change the way that players interact with MMORPGs.

Ashes of Creation is a game by Intrepid Studios. If you haven’t heard of Intrepid before, that’s not a surprise. It’s not a large studio, nor is it one that’s well known in the industry. In fact, it’s a studio that really doesn’t have a pedigree yet. It’s an odd entrant into the MMO space, but it does have a handful of individuals who have a great deal of experience in the video game world. It’s a studio that’s banking on experienced talent to help it overcome the studios’ lack of experience in developing games. Luckily, the people who work for Intrepid are exactly those you’d want on a project of this scale.

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I am enjoying this story. The writer has given it a kind of lyrical quality - a sense of exploring a faerie world which is what drew me into fantasy.

There is no dark gritty hyper-real feel which all the other stories seem to have these days - I like that too, but stories like this one are easy to enjoy while relaxing. I think of it as an impresionistic painting where the mood and feel are more important, and that mood is done in pastels rather than black and blood. Not to say that it doesn't touch on a bit of darkness, just that it hasn't yet wallowed in it.

What I see in the story so far, and have no reason to believe it will change, is a main character (MC from now) who we follow as he learns about this world and what is possible in it. There are bits of 'reality' sprinkled in as well, but they are not too intrusive as so far they don't really affect much other than some of his in-game emotional responses.

Massively Multiplayer Games Role Playing Games are in a strange space at the moment. While there are a handful of very successful free to play titles, the traditional games are all but dead. With a few notable exceptions like World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV, most recent subscription-based games have crashed and burned.

Why? Some would say it is because these games continue to try to follow the leader, never really innovating or differentiating themselves from the pack. One game that seeks to buck that trend, though, is Ashes of Creation. The game has a solid team behind it and looks to change the way that players interact with MMORPGs.

Ashes of Creation is a game by Intrepid Studios. If you haven’t heard of Intrepid before, that’s not a surprise. It’s not a large studio, nor is it one that’s well known in the industry. In fact, it’s a studio that really doesn’t have a pedigree yet. It’s an odd entrant into the MMO space, but it does have a handful of individuals who have a great deal of experience in the video game world. It’s a studio that’s banking on experienced talent to help it overcome the studios’ lack of experience in developing games. Luckily, the people who work for Intrepid are exactly those you’d want on a project of this scale.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

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Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

I am enjoying this story. The writer has given it a kind of lyrical quality - a sense of exploring a faerie world which is what drew me into fantasy.

There is no dark gritty hyper-real feel which all the other stories seem to have these days - I like that too, but stories like this one are easy to enjoy while relaxing. I think of it as an impresionistic painting where the mood and feel are more important, and that mood is done in pastels rather than black and blood. Not to say that it doesn't touch on a bit of darkness, just that it hasn't yet wallowed in it.

What I see in the story so far, and have no reason to believe it will change, is a main character (MC from now) who we follow as he learns about this world and what is possible in it. There are bits of 'reality' sprinkled in as well, but they are not too intrusive as so far they don't really affect much other than some of his in-game emotional responses.

Massively Multiplayer Games Role Playing Games are in a strange space at the moment. While there are a handful of very successful free to play titles, the traditional games are all but dead. With a few notable exceptions like World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV, most recent subscription-based games have crashed and burned.

Why? Some would say it is because these games continue to try to follow the leader, never really innovating or differentiating themselves from the pack. One game that seeks to buck that trend, though, is Ashes of Creation. The game has a solid team behind it and looks to change the way that players interact with MMORPGs.

Ashes of Creation is a game by Intrepid Studios. If you haven’t heard of Intrepid before, that’s not a surprise. It’s not a large studio, nor is it one that’s well known in the industry. In fact, it’s a studio that really doesn’t have a pedigree yet. It’s an odd entrant into the MMO space, but it does have a handful of individuals who have a great deal of experience in the video game world. It’s a studio that’s banking on experienced talent to help it overcome the studios’ lack of experience in developing games. Luckily, the people who work for Intrepid are exactly those you’d want on a project of this scale.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

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A LIRTRPG novel that has the protagonist Anon making his way through a new virtual game world, There are no gold farmers, no alts and no overpriced economy, at least not yet. Anon is not in a hurry to level but is content to enjoy the game and explore the new world at his own pace. But like all new games, there are bugs and problems. As he quests and explores he also begins to change. Is he changing the game, or is the game changing him.

Game mechanics seem just a little bit off and the main character gets a little overpowered rather quickly. Why is a level one character hitting consistently for 55-80 damage?

Later in the story it feels a little more like traditional fantasy but it’s still a good read. The main character goes through starting towns, training in the big city and on a variety of quests dealing with smelly trolls, cute vampires, and ghosts. I had a good time reading it and would recommend it to anyone that has Kindle Unlimited. I’d give it a 6 out of 10.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

I am enjoying this story. The writer has given it a kind of lyrical quality - a sense of exploring a faerie world which is what drew me into fantasy.

There is no dark gritty hyper-real feel which all the other stories seem to have these days - I like that too, but stories like this one are easy to enjoy while relaxing. I think of it as an impresionistic painting where the mood and feel are more important, and that mood is done in pastels rather than black and blood. Not to say that it doesn't touch on a bit of darkness, just that it hasn't yet wallowed in it.

What I see in the story so far, and have no reason to believe it will change, is a main character (MC from now) who we follow as he learns about this world and what is possible in it. There are bits of 'reality' sprinkled in as well, but they are not too intrusive as so far they don't really affect much other than some of his in-game emotional responses.


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