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Something Noob The Weirdest Noob PDF or uite odd is happening in Second Noob The Kindle #210 World the planet’s foremost MMORPG Something that’s causing alliances to be broken and friendships forgotten A worthless low level. Definitely satisfied my litRPG craving

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The Weirdest Noob The Weirdest Noob #1

Mine becomes the stage of vicious battles its burned ruins suddenly contested by the game’s toughest clans Every border is controlled and every road in the province blocked off The weak players and NPCs alike are subjected t. Charming and addictive A real contender for the title of best litrpg Can t wait for the seuel

Arthur Stone à 7 read

O non stop Weirdest Noob The Weirdest Noob PDF violent raids courtesy of Eastern invaders And the strong The strong are scouring the virtual world for the culprit the The Weirdest eBook #180 weirdest noob the game has ever seen. To avoid the need to read through a hefty manual Video game RPGs have computer controlled characters explaining the concepts in the early levels More experienced players will press X to skip the lengthy dialogue After the first few chapters I really wanted that X buttonThe premise here is that a person with no experience with online RPGs is involved in a debilitating accident and finds himself in a situation where he is permanently logged into a full immersion version of an online fantasy role playing game trying to gain as much money as possible in order to resolve the medical issue He starts as a level 0 noob and spends the first few chapters having other characters infodump at him while calling him noob and laughing at his badly statted character After a while he gets the hang of the game and things get to a reasonable pace where he actually works out some stuff for himself and improves his characterSo I ve discovered that LitRPG is a thing It s enjoyable enough in its way The various challenges are amusing There s a lack of tension in that the main character is never in any serious danger He will simply respawn at a lower level Rather disappointingly the book doesn t really end on any sort of resolution and as mentioned above there s the whole tedious exposition which takes it down a star I am typically stingy with my ratings An annoyance in the audiobook version is that a repeated system message is read out in full several times I m sure this works fine in print where I imagine it s also a different font and most readers will just skim it but it gets tedious listening to it the 10th time On the whole it s an entertaining enough journey There are a couple of hint that there s something weird going on with the game s AI which I hope gets expanded upon I may well read the second book when I get through the rest of my backlog

10 thoughts on “The Weirdest Noob The Weirdest Noob #1

  1. says:

    This guy is supposed to be intelligent and a scientist or engineer But as soon as he gets in game he act like a fucking moron with an I eual with forest gump I get the noob angel and the fact the author used it as a shity meathod to inform the reader but wtf It is so annoying that it's like actually like interacting with a noob in game Even if he is a noob anyone with basic street smarts can see him literally being taken

  2. says:

    An Enjoyable ReadThis book was uite enjoyable a little heavy on the explanations but not too bad The emphasis on stats and euipment messages went away at the end of the book but I'm hoping it'll be back in the next one

  3. says:

    Definitely satisfied my litRPG craving

  4. says:

    Suprisingly good At first it really reminded me of Mirror World but then it grew and become a unie Story of its ow

  5. says:

    Charming and addictive A real contender for the title of best litrpg Can't wait for the seuel

  6. says:

    This was an awesome book I really enjoyed it Lots of humor Running on the treadmill at Snap I was reading it and it was cracking me up I had to slow down to a walk before I killed myself It's rare I've been finding books that peek

  7. says:

    To avoid the need to read through a hefty manual Video game RPGs have computer controlled characters explaining

  8. says:

    The book has some interesting ideas which keep you reading for a while despite some critical flaws I could not finish this At some point I just gave upFrom the onset one can easily notice that the book is missing an editor He could have streamlined a lot of it The never ending explanations The atrocious dialogue

  9. says:

    35 stars maybe 375 This book is a lot like Project Daily Grind as Dark Ape said in his review I also agree that this one is a little better It is at times a typical RPG book but sometimes it comes up with something uniue I found the book enjoya

  10. says:

    Not my favorite litrpg for sure The author does wayyyyyyyyyyyyy to much explaining Almost every character in the game instantly hating noobs got old very fast The racist propaganda and reference to child porn were not needed in any part for the story to work or be fulfilling Im really on the fence about finishing the series