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1. Volume 1 Chapter 0: Maps and pictures
2. Volume 1 Chapter 1: History
3. Volume 1 Chapter 2: Capital City
4. Volume 1 Chapter 3: Life lessons
5. Volume 1 Chapter 4: Last day at the capital
6. Volume 1 Chapter 5: Army training
7. Volume 1 Chapter 6: Message
8. Volume 1 Chapter 7: Ambush?
9. Volume 1 Chapter 8: Retaliation
10. Volume 1 Chapter 9: You can’t always get what you want
11. Volume 1 Chapter 10: Caravan
12. Volume 1 Chapter 11: Nighttime fun
13. Volume 1 Chapter 12: Why me?
14. Volume 1 Chapter 13: Son of the night
15. Volume 2 Chapter 14: Broken
16. Volume 2 Chapter 15: Relearn
17. Volume 2 Chapter 16: Rats
18. Volume 2 Chapter 17: Nest
19. Volume 2 Chapter 18: Hop along
20. Volume 2 Chapter 19: Paranoia and Exotic Cooking
21. Volume 2 Chapter 20: New Friend?
22. Volume 2 Chapter 21: Hammer and anvil
23. Volume 2 Chapter 22: Mine your manners
24. Volume 2 Chapter 23:  Mine Your Manners II
25. Volume 2 Chapter 24: Aorium Shield
26. Volume 2 Chapter 25: Escort
27. Volume 2 Chapter 26: Fregoldawae capital
28. Volume 2 Chapter 27: Auction house
29. Volume 2 Chapter 28: Discovery
30. Volume 2 Chapter 29: Magic guild quest
31. Volume 2 Chapter 30: Failure
32. Volume 3 Chapter 31: Trespasser
33. Volume 3 Chapter 32: Orcrock
34. Volume 3 Chapter 33: Mining Skill
35. Volume 3 Chapter 34: Your plans and my plans
36. Volume 3 Chapter 35: Trouble
37. Volume 3 Chapter 36: The goblins are coming!
38. Volume 3 Chapter 37: Defend the pass!
39. Volume 3 Chapter 38: Defend the pass! 2
40. Volume 3 Chapter 39: Defend the pass! 3

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Zyst says:

A refreshing take on litRPG

A really interesting novel, with a very innovative way to handle LitRPG. I’m very enthusiastic to see what happens next!

My only complaint so far is that the author has a tendency to let gaming terminology leak in, to a setting that isn’t supposed to have it, so for instance it feels jarring when a medieval quasi noble peasant gets told to “distract the boss”, by a medieval blacksmith, and the like.

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