The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound

by puddles4263

Original ONGOING Action Fantasy LitRPG
Warning This fiction contains:
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As the system initializes, the world shifts. Geography is rearragned and mixed, and levels and stats are instituted across the globe. On that night, one young man was walking through an underground tunnel, his mind on the small problems of his easy life. Because of his location during the shift, he starts in a dungeon far above his level, with no knowledge or teacher, or Newbie Village to guide him. Without a class, he struggles simply to survive in this world changed by its new connection to the Nexus.

But struggle he will, for he is Randidly Ghosthound, and this is only how his legend begins...

 

Cover credit to cthulupillar

 

**Author's Note**

This started as a way to destress and play with overly complicated stats systems and level systems, and I just kept writing. I don't really take it very seriously, but feel free to read and enjoy.

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Grasenrack
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Long time lurker/reader, Rarely post/review

I'm splitting my review into two main parts: Rebuttal to criticism of this fiction/author and review of actual product, read if interested.

Review of "The Legend of Randidly Ghosthound":
Overall high marks.

STORY 5/5: The story is compelling and drags you onward. It starts with a college student and puts them through a crucible of horror and discovery tempering them into something MORE. Once he's introduced back into the general populace I feel the fiction really picks up and does a lot to both appeal to the OP MC faction while still having him go out and experience the world and realize he has to gain power at the edge of death (for the power growth faction) if he wants to actually accomplish his goals.

CHARACTERS 4/5: Believable and understandable growth arcs for most characters. I'm only awarding a 4/5 because I am not dragged back to this story time and again for characters as much as I am the story in general. Not for any particular flaw in character desing or portrayal.

STYLE 4/5: Usually third person limited on the MC which gives a very descriptive and intersting perspective on all the changes to the world and the path(s) he takes to try to influence it and control his own destiny. Jumping character narrative for other perspective adds a different flavor to the story and fills in gaps in understanding. For the most part the jumps are very fun and explain how the rest of the world sees the MC, only giving 4 because there are a few perspectives I felt were redundant and/or a waste of time, this is most likely personal and open to taste but I'm hoping 4/5 works for most people.

GRAMMAR 4/5: Overall very good. Only 4 out of 5 because of the typos and other basic grammar faults after the editing process. I will add these are not numerous enough to detract from the enjoyment of the story for more than a moment, and..... *shudder* definitely not as bad as the worst offerings on this site.

REBUTTAL TO CRITICISM: I came out of my lurkerdom because enough people have been leaving negative comments to the author about his/her release schedule that s/he felt the need to respond to them. Short version: Puddles has released 2,000 pages in the last 9 months for free, at a consistently high quality and maintaining a spot in the top 20 Active-only ranking on RRL.

Puddles will usually try to leave a rough draft on the Patreon daily and if you have to have your fix and don't care that the proofreading/editing is non-existent then there you go. If you're on RRL only and want to read for free take solace in the fact that it's one of the highest volume producers in the top 20 and yeah, you might go a few days without and then get 4 or 7 chapters at a time. If you think that's unreasonable then go ahead and publish your own fiction on here and we'll be delighted to let you know how you measure up to your standards.

 

TLDR: Very good. Don't get bent out of shape on release schedule, take comfort in the fact that the release volume is high and well done.

Tacroy
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Well written and going places

There's only the rare gramatical mistake or awkward turn of phrase, and the plot is progressing at a decent pace while also making the character's skill progression and research into the new rules of the world feel earned.

The only real problem is the main character's name. I mean, "Randidly Ghosthound" sounds like something Ned Flanders would say after being pulled into an RPG - "those ghosthounds ran-didly off with my staff!"

Axelord
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I spent 8-something days plowing through 380 chapters. It was a gruelling death-march but I feel like it was worth it. I immensely recommend this story.

STYLE:
It's well done, if a bit ordinary. Don't expect any sort of flowery prose.
STORY:
The synopsis is all you need to know. Or, it should be. There come a moment where there is a massive shift in the 'Setting' where the story takes place. It was less than optimal and not extremely interesting at some points, but it was passable. Later on, the Setting reverted back to where it was before the shift and I think that changeback was very needed.
GRAMMAR:
Despite there being something like an editor to this story, I still often catch what appears to be auto-correction being hard at work. Not the sort of mistakes a person would make. It's very rarely a word that doesn't exist (typo) or a double-strike but some words are obviously wrong, if close to what the correct word should be.
CHARACTERS:
Lots of them. Varied and fleshed out. It very rarely feel like a character's motivation is to forward the plot, although sometime you feel it slightly.

Timid
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Really good post-apocalyptic rpg system based story, with a pretty standard main character for the genre. Who just happens to have a weird name. Honestly, this is one of the best stories on the site, and is updated frequently.

The first arc is interesting as the MC gets acclimated to the world, but gets bogged down near the end. The second arc is even better, with much more fleshed out characters: but again tails off near the end (tournament arc). To be honest the biggest standout for me in this work is the underlying RPG system. If it could be implimented in a MMO style game I'd play it, I honestly couldn't think of a better one.

Regarding negatives, some of the supporting characters in the first arc are pretty weak. The first semi love interest being particularly grating in every scene she's in. Plus I'm a bit sad that one of my favorite characters has died out of nowhere, but the least interesting one has been brought back to life.

I'm looking forward to see where this one goes, but find myself hoping it doesn't stumble too hard now that MC has gone back to a lower realm. He's possibly the most powerful guy on the planet. Which means challenges have to be imported, or grown by inaction. A far cry from the interesting setting of the second arc, where there were multiple threats.

Might have been better if he'd found himself in the middle of a clusterfuck, after 20 years had passed, or something.

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First off I have to say it has its fair share of problems, but it is so much fun to read that even with all the flaws it is still my favorite story (tied with the Diskworld series).  

I am going to start with the flaws because they are some of the most important things to say in a review because they can help the author improve.  The majority of the flaws are mainly due to the medium it is being published in.

Summary: Style: unique great world building; Story: how to write a story for an OP character, constant change keeps you interested; Grammar: dont know im dyslexic; Character: Randy little weak, everyone else amazing

Style: Not the first and wont be the last story I read where earth is affected by some kind of change and starts working like a game, but thanks to the uniqueness of the system/villages this fictional universe evolves in a way that maks it better and more unique/creative than any other world I have read about since well Diskworld (nothing can be quite as unique and fasinating as the diskworld)

Story: Absolutly Bloody Amazing!!! This is how you do a story with an Over Powered character right!  Randy (my brain still won't exept Randidly but it is growing on me) is extreemly OP but there are still people (not humans) but people out there who could beat him with a thought, maybe without even needing to think. And his OPness was earned, and instead of staying where he is OP he is constantly he is always going places that will chalange him and with how this fictional universe is set up there will always be places and things to chalange him.  Also, when he goes back to those places where he is over powered it does not take away from the story because he is still shown to be a person and he helps others grow trying to help his people get stronger and be able to protect themselves and inspires them to try and reach for his level.  There is always constant change and growth in the story, which is what every good story needs.

Grammar: Im dyslexic so I cant say if its perfect or not, but I have never had much problem reading it.

Character: Randy can be weakly done at points although he is a good OP character he is not the best developed character, but the story is getting better at character development as it goes. But still gets 4.5 stars because of all the other characters who all every one of them has their own story and lives going on in the backround, they (not all of them, but most) feel real and are what makes the story what it is

Flaws:

1)  Inconsistancies in the story.  Because it is being published by chapter and not by book and is already 380 chapters in there will obviously be inconsistancies.  (I have not reread the begining in a long time so this might have been fixed)  The major one is how dungeons work the story starts the dungeon forms around him while the world changes, but we later find out that dungeons do not exist yet on earth until they are obtained through villages in some way.

1.5) Some of these plot holes and inconsistancies he is starting to fix by explaining how the system is changing, or the characters questioning the system and seeing that parts dont make sence or are not meant to be understood.  (this method actualy works, for this story even though it often wouldnt in others since a lot of the plot revolves around figuring out what the system is and how it works)

2) Randy's character development is spotty at best, but is getting better.

3) The name Randidly, athough it is growing on me it almost made me not read it because it was so absurd.

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Great Start, Looking Forward to More!

Solid start to a new post-apocalyptic game-takes-over-earth LitRPG story. I like the MC, he's smart and logical in his choices and has lots of room to grow both as a character and in power.

Check this one out, you won't be disappointed!

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The start is ok. World gets LitRPG like system and MC spawns in a dungeon which makes him much stronger than anyone else. I can roll with that, could have been done better, but it wa worth the read.

In the first part the MC starts collecting people and builds a community and deals with the new world. Again, I can dig that.

For some fucking reason, suddenly bunny and turtle people appear and, because people hated them understandably, soon dissapear again. Kind of weard, but I can get over it.

Now comes the big one, for some reason, propably because the author was bored of his own story, the MC gets transported to a whole new world and the whole point of this story changes. Prior we had a survival of the new world kind of story, suddenly we had one of those Chinese stories where all people do, is train and in battles stand around and fight with their energy. At this point I really thought about dropping this more than once. But I pushed on. In the end this part in this new world is longer than the actual story I was promised, which was a survival story in a LitRPG world.

When the arc is over back it goes to our world where there a heck of people you don't even know anymore, fighting a new antagonist. I dropped it somewhere in that arc.

 

So should you read this or not? It starts off better than most stories on here (which doesn't say much) but quality drops and drops and drops. Actual story doesn't really have anything to do with what it promises. I wouldn't read it again to be honest, but if you don't have anything to read at the moment, try and see for yourself.

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Fabulous first Arc, then where did the story go?

Caveat, I have stopped reading at Ch 180 for a bit.

The first arc was very well done. The MC's cheat power was actually believably set up. The initial character development was intriguing as many of the secondary characters became established, our MC, however, goes from a normal college student with a girlfriend and others he is fanatically devoted to and becomes an asocial hermit who wants nothing to do with people.

He fosters and mentors a village, grumbling all the time if he interacts with them. He rebuffs and rejects a potential love interest. By the end of the first arc, the MC is starting to respond to this redemptive love interest. Then the author going so far as to say, 'oh, their attraction is artificial', and even kills off the love interest. In more ways than one.

BANG! We arrive at the second arc and the story shifts from a Litrpg survival and city builder, to a xianxia tournament novel. The author goes out of his way to ditch the litrpg by having the MC consume a potion that blocks 'system notifications'. The MC becomes even more antisocial and seems to be becoming the stereotypical 'Cultivator', arrogant and rude with violence as their first option. That city he fostered? He sends them a message, once, and then forgets about all those bothersome people for at least the next 50 chapters.

Grammar: Is mostly good. Frequent missing words. Several times sentences were left confused as things like 'couldn't' became 'could'. Not terrible and mostly ignorable.

Story and Character: Both suffer a similar fate. Excellent up to chapter 120 or so, then rapidly being thrown by the wayside. Going from 4-5 stars to maybe 2.5.

 

I will be going back and try to finish the story. But the direction it is heading now gives me little hope of recovery.

Chillingbear
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TL;DR: Start is an amazing survival LIRPG story with OP MC, turns into shitty Chinese tournament training novel where MC doesn't have to do anything really to survive. 

This is a story that was amazing and has become very shit lately. Like I would rate it a 2/5 shit lately compared to a 5/5 start.  

The premise on how MC is OP as fuck is that he doesn't take a class (unlimiteddddd skillz) and he got a huge boost by living in an area for months while time outside the dungeon didn't move. Feels like a cope out, but I can roll with it. (Except no one else gets the time dilation and can only stay in for 24 hours when they get their own dungeon... huh....)

So excuses for him being OP aside, the start is great. But enter in training montage.... and more training.... and more.... and more... and more.............. Seriously though it is all he does, goes out and kills stuff, comes back and trains.

We do get some character growth for him, but it is limited and he kinda feels like a brick most of the time never laughing or relaxing. Just training and discovering more about how such and such is holding back his epicness. 

But you are sucked into the story at this point, the author introduces actually good characters that we all can get behind. Until this most recent arc... It is utter shit. He goes to spear nation and fights in tournaments... then more training…. Then more tournaments followed by pompous little shits who challenge the epic MC. I’m literally skipping chapters at this point, it is the same crap over and over. Instead of finishing what could have been a 10-20 chapter arc it has become the most mind numbing repeat shit. 

 Author for the love of god get him the fuck out of that world, it is ruining everything about this novel. 

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Great start, then a slow fall.

I've read up to chapter 177, but was forced to stop.

The first 120+ chapters are great. The characters have depth and the world seems rich. There is a clear goal and you have a good understand of what's happening. There is clear development, and the pacing seems great.

The book then shifts from an interesting world that hours have been spent developing to a completely new one.

In the spoiler tag, I've breifly outlined what's happend.

Spoiler: Spoiler

 TLDR, The book starts off great, and then needlessly changes and starts going downhill.