Perma-Death Online

by CrAJywood

Original ONGOING Adventure Fantasy Sci-fi Cyberpunk LitRPG Virtual Reality
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore

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Rohan is an NPC in the real world, stuck at a job he despises. His only escape is the fantasy paperbacks that share his bed at night.


Once a gaming addict, Rohan renounced gaming ten years back, thanks to a painful incident in his life. When Prithvi Online—a VRMMORPG unlike any other—is unleashed, Rohan does his best to avoid it. That he cannot “afford” the game helps as well.


But when a friend brings an opportunity to play Prithvi Online for free, Rohan can resist no more. He lets his resolution slip.

However, something fishy is going on in the world of Prithvi. And strange notifications asking to maintain a distance from hooded people only deepen the mystery.


Soon Rohan’s life in the game is turned upside down as he uncovers a plot that can have deadly consequences to the world of Prithvi… and the real world as well.

 

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gnarlytreeman
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The grammar is ok.  The story just in not in a style i enjoy. Has a lot more karma in it than most stories.  Only leaving a review because i did not see any others posted.

Avexion
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Not sure why Amazon would accept his story, it was lacking in many ways to basic adherance to an intelligent and tangable. English written story plot, It could have done with quite a bit more work then I sadly believe might have been done in publishing it. I feel sorry for anyone who pays for it.