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A problem I have with most LitRPGs is that RPG mechanics are only fun in a broader context If you increase a character s strength in a game, you know the effect it will have on secondary statistics and future challenges But in a book where events just stumble forward arbitrarily, Strength increased to 11 has nomeaning than Cantankerousness increased to 1,000,000 or Slithyness increased to Eleventeen There are no meaningful game mechanics, just a facade of them.After the pointless A problem I have with most LitRPGs is that RPG mechanics are only fun in a broader context If you increase a character s strength in a game, you know the effect it will have on secondary statistics and future challenges But in a book where events just stumble forward arbitrarily, Strength increased to 11 has nomeaning than Cantankerousness increased to 1,000,000 or Slithyness increased to Eleventeen There are no meaningful game mechanics, just a facade of them.After the pointless opening in the real world, the book starts out a little better than some You know the challenges the main character faces in prison and you have a general sense for what resources he has to face them I actually read parts of this fairly quickly, but then the book slowly became a chore as that context was made irrelevant.Any potential conflict ends easily and briefly, only to be replaced by another that will be resolved just as easily This book at least has a couple overarching elements, but they re close to irrelevant most of the time There s no meaningful progression outside of the inflation of arbitrary numbers, which are especially bad when the narrative constantly pats the protagonist on the back for things that will be obsoleted a dozen pages later.As a game and a system, nothing makes very much sense and I don t feel this is nitpicking when the book itself is so detail oriented Making prisoners mine digital resources is nonsense, both in terms of game design and prison design For a game that merges stats and skills, and has a hard limit of four elective stats, it s absurd for there to be stats like Amiability, Meanness, and Chattiness The game itself is also pretty unbalanced, filled with trivial bonuses that will just be overwhelmed by special bonuses that are orders of magnitude higher This last one is especially frustrating it s pointless to hear how many rats he killed every day when the actual progression in the book will be driven by huge bonuses out of nowhere anyway.More on the worldbuilding side, it makes no sense that this world has developed VR that can produce pure euphoria, but it only gets used in a small part of the prison system I could list all the ways this should impact society, much less corrective prisons, but it wouldn t matter This, and every other element of the story, exists only to prop up a shell of a game that offers only illusory progression.It might seem like I m trying to level up Meanness here, but I think I have to give up on this genre I haven t ran into anything that I d really call literature RPG most of it seems to belike literature bland and derivative free to play MMO So I got introduced to LitRPG yeah like D D I have to say, this book got my inner nerd that loved AD D thinking on calling friends to see who was up for a session Now its been years but I already sent them a few messages and everyone want to read this book if it woke up the D D soul back up About the book Survival Quest is the first in a series by Vasily Mahanenko and based on it I am already picking up the rest of the series At times I kept thinking of Ready Player One but their is So I got introduced to LitRPG yeah like DD I have to say, this book got my inner nerd that loved ADD thinking on calling friends to see who was up for a session Now its been years but I already sent them a few messages and everyone want to read this book if it woke up the DD soul back up About the book Survival Quest is the first in a series by Vasily Mahanenko and based on it I am already picking up the rest of the series At times I kept thinking of Ready Player One but their is a difference The contest on R.P.O gives you urgency and as a 1 off it really stands out The Way of the Shaman is a much longer play on VRMMO Virtual Reality Massive Multiplayer Online for you muggles out there So while two different methods for full immersion are displayed the two are totally different But if it helps this is as close to Ready Player One I have felt since I read it After getting caught in a mistake our main character Mahan has been thrown in jail Now the future has jails that are really different They place the prisoner into a full immersion capsule and let him into a VRMMO game called Barliona That Barliona has taken over the world is easy to see So prisoners get sent to Mines to surprise mine for precious and semi precious metals This way they pay for their maintenance in Barliona The difference between a regular player and an inmate is that the inmate have sensors without limits Pain receptors are fully turned on Pain is not always that great specially in games that feature brute force attacks, swords, hammers and magical attacks Anyway Mahan advances in a much faster manner in the prison mine He figures a way to move ahead and the adventures begin Just as in Ready Player One this one is Highly Recommended Could not force myself to read past Chapter 3 One star for writing a book. Marvelous read Best starting book of an litrpg novel series It s a witty yet pleasant narrator And takes us through an experience which even the most advanced mmorpg can t deliver."/>
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  • 14 October 2017

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Úkol přežítThis is the best VRMMO story i ve read, certainly better than the later books of the Alterworld series Since the vrmmo sub genre is a staple of eastern fantasy, this book blends some of better points of both western and eastern fantasy Synopsis is a guy is quasi tricked we don t know if the tricker does it deliberately or not into hacking a public utility and gets sentenced to prison, the term to be served sweat shop style making virtual objects in the monopoly virtual world The vr prison This is the best VRMMO story i ve read, certainly better than the later books of the Alterworld series Since the vrmmo sub genre is a staple of eastern fantasy, this book blends some of better points of both western and eastern fantasy Synopsis is a guy is quasi tricked we don t know if the tricker does it deliberately or not into hacking a public utility and gets sentenced to prison, the term to be served sweat shop style making virtual objects in the monopoly virtual world The vr prison system for non violent prisoners quickly shows its darker elements within the game constraints and the MC needs to powerup and make allies within this environment The overall thrust is toward earning a big threshold of what ammounts to good will points with the prison system AI overseer The satisfaction of which allows prisoners out of the prison world into the general world remembering that 40% of the population at large plays the game in a probation type fashion It s all quite cleverly done, the MCs actions read as clever and thought out without relying on luck etc The rational for both the crime and the prison system is convincing The game mechanics are extremely good This is a solid addition to a fledgling in the west at least sub genre and will hopefully lead tobooks within it, both from this author and others Barliona Virtu ln sv t narvan k prasknut monstry, bitvami a samoz ejm hr i Miliony hr , kte mohou d lat absolutn cokoliv levelovat, bojovat proti sob , str vit ve h e cel ivot a u t si ka d moment St t se legendou Jedin , co tv rci hr m neumo nili, je c tit fyzickou bolest Ale ka d pravidlo m svou v jimku Pro v zn , kte si do hry p i li odpykat sv j trest, se Barliona stala osobn m peklem Odsouzenc se toti sl va a dra zlato net kaj , zato vy erp n a bolest jsou v udyp tomn Nepr vem uv zn n Mahan se ale odm t vzd t i pot , co skon zav en v dole s mizivou nad j na nik Pokud se chce do kat konce sv ho trestu, m jedin kol p e t ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk bitvami a samoz ejm hr i Miliony hr [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk kte mohou d lat absolutn cokoliv levelovat [Epub] ➟ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, By Pamela Clare – 9facts.co.uk bojovat proti sob ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ 21 Divisiones de Los Misterios Sanses By Ernesto Bravo Estrada ⚣ – 9facts.co.uk str vit ve h e cel ivot a u t si ka d moment St t se legendou Jedin ➨ Nightfall (Dark Age Dawning, Ebook ➮ Author Ellen Connor – 9facts.co.uk co tv rci hr m neumo nili ❮Reading❯ ➺ The Good Daughter ➲ Author Karin Slaughter – 9facts.co.uk je c tit fyzickou bolest Ale ka d pravidlo m svou v jimku Pro v zn ✑ Crysis pdf ✓ Author Peter Watts – 9facts.co.uk kte si do hry p i li odpykat sv j trest ➹ [Download] ➵ Fractured (Will Trent, By Karin Slaughter ➼ – 9facts.co.uk se Barliona stala osobn m peklem Odsouzenc se toti sl va a dra zlato net kaj ➵ Ghost Download ➾ Author Fred Burton – 9facts.co.uk zato vy erp n a bolest jsou v udyp tomn Nepr vem uv zn n Mahan se ale odm t vzd t i pot ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Nerve By Dick Francis ❤ – 9facts.co.uk co skon zav en v dole s mizivou nad j na nik Pokud se chce do kat konce sv ho trestu ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Cinco Dias de Vida By Julie Lawson Timmer ✸ – 9facts.co.uk m jedin kol p e t This is the first RPG based book I ve read well Ready Player One is based on game play but not like this and the Alter World series I read the 2 in this series and then picked up the Alter World series In my humble opinion this is a superior series and I wait with the proverbial bated breath for the next book.Okay what have we got here There is in the near future a MMORPG that is extremely popular and EVERYONE loves itwell not everyone See it turns out that it s much less expensive to s This is the first RPG based book I ve read well Ready Player One is based on game play but not like this and the Alter World series I read the 2 in this series and then picked up the Alter World series In my humble opinion this is a superior series and I wait with the proverbial bated breath for the next book.Okay what have we got here There is in the near future a MMORPG that is extremely popular and EVERYONE loves itwell not everyone See it turns out that it s much less expensive to store prisoners in a game capsule and let them do their time that way See they have to be what they are assigned to be our hero become a Shaman who s a Jewelera combination so rare as to almost be unheard of They are sent to work in the mines of Barliona Their one hope is to amass enough reputation and such to get paraoled into the regular gameWill our hero make it will he be a good miner will he learn to be a great jeweler Will excitement ensue Yeah, want to know read the book.Highly recommended Enjoy 2 stars for good potential I liked what I saw of the book but the writing style was too undeveloped to carry me very far I felt there was a lot of waste here as far as things being poorly expressed as opposed to displayed in the manner aexperienced writer would employ Eventually that bogged the book down My time is too precious to spend slogging through a book I am not fully enjoying Sadly this was not the book for me Perhaps you will fare better. 3.5 5 4 stars B Jonathan Yen really made this book for me I was stuck in the middle of ebook but when I started to listen to the audiobook it captured my interest again I think that was due to the excellent narration.I really appreciate the creativity of the author in building such a complex game world A huge amount of thought has gone into making the world that the prisoners have to function in.I don t think I will pursue the series however, since I am not an avid gamer and this book didn 3.5 5 4 stars B Jonathan Yen really made this book for me I was stuck in the middle of ebook but when I started to listen to the audiobook it captured my interest again I think that was due to the excellent narration.I really appreciate the creativity of the author in building such a complex game world A huge amount of thought has gone into making the world that the prisoners have to function in.I don t think I will pursue the series however, since I am not an avid gamer and this book didn t light a spark in me the way it probably would have if games and quests were my thing This was my first foray into the genre of LitRPG and this quite possibly is an obvious conclusion but you d have to be a fan of RPG, World of Warcraft for instance , to enjoy this book The main character, sentenced to a prison term inside a virtual world, spends a considerable amount of time detailing his leveling of character and various skills and professions The protagonist was well developed and made for an interesting read. A problem I have with most LitRPGs is that RPG mechanics are only fun in a broader context If you increase a character s strength in a game, you know the effect it will have on secondary statistics and future challenges But in a book where events just stumble forward arbitrarily, Strength increased to 11 has nomeaning than Cantankerousness increased to 1,000,000 or Slithyness increased to Eleventeen There are no meaningful game mechanics, just a facade of them.After the pointless A problem I have with most LitRPGs is that RPG mechanics are only fun in a broader context If you increase a character s strength in a game, you know the effect it will have on secondary statistics and future challenges But in a book where events just stumble forward arbitrarily, Strength increased to 11 has nomeaning than Cantankerousness increased to 1,000,000 or Slithyness increased to Eleventeen There are no meaningful game mechanics, just a facade of them.After the pointless opening in the real world, the book starts out a little better than some You know the challenges the main character faces in prison and you have a general sense for what resources he has to face them I actually read parts of this fairly quickly, but then the book slowly became a chore as that context was made irrelevant.Any potential conflict ends easily and briefly, only to be replaced by another that will be resolved just as easily This book at least has a couple overarching elements, but they re close to irrelevant most of the time There s no meaningful progression outside of the inflation of arbitrary numbers, which are especially bad when the narrative constantly pats the protagonist on the back for things that will be obsoleted a dozen pages later.As a game and a system, nothing makes very much sense and I don t feel this is nitpicking when the book itself is so detail oriented Making prisoners mine digital resources is nonsense, both in terms of game design and prison design For a game that merges stats and skills, and has a hard limit of four elective stats, it s absurd for there to be stats like Amiability, Meanness, and Chattiness The game itself is also pretty unbalanced, filled with trivial bonuses that will just be overwhelmed by special bonuses that are orders of magnitude higher This last one is especially frustrating it s pointless to hear how many rats he killed every day when the actual progression in the book will be driven by huge bonuses out of nowhere anyway.More on the worldbuilding side, it makes no sense that this world has developed VR that can produce pure euphoria, but it only gets used in a small part of the prison system I could list all the ways this should impact society, much less corrective prisons, but it wouldn t matter This, and every other element of the story, exists only to prop up a shell of a game that offers only illusory progression.It might seem like I m trying to level up Meanness here, but I think I have to give up on this genre I haven t ran into anything that I d really call literature RPG most of it seems to belike literature bland and derivative free to play MMO So I got introduced to LitRPG yeah like D D I have to say, this book got my inner nerd that loved AD D thinking on calling friends to see who was up for a session Now its been years but I already sent them a few messages and everyone want to read this book if it woke up the D D soul back up About the book Survival Quest is the first in a series by Vasily Mahanenko and based on it I am already picking up the rest of the series At times I kept thinking of Ready Player One but their is So I got introduced to LitRPG yeah like DD I have to say, this book got my inner nerd that loved ADD thinking on calling friends to see who was up for a session Now its been years but I already sent them a few messages and everyone want to read this book if it woke up the DD soul back up About the book Survival Quest is the first in a series by Vasily Mahanenko and based on it I am already picking up the rest of the series At times I kept thinking of Ready Player One but their is a difference The contest on R.P.O gives you urgency and as a 1 off it really stands out The Way of the Shaman is a much longer play on VRMMO Virtual Reality Massive Multiplayer Online for you muggles out there So while two different methods for full immersion are displayed the two are totally different But if it helps this is as close to Ready Player One I have felt since I read it After getting caught in a mistake our main character Mahan has been thrown in jail Now the future has jails that are really different They place the prisoner into a full immersion capsule and let him into a VRMMO game called Barliona That Barliona has taken over the world is easy to see So prisoners get sent to Mines to surprise mine for precious and semi precious metals This way they pay for their maintenance in Barliona The difference between a regular player and an inmate is that the inmate have sensors without limits Pain receptors are fully turned on Pain is not always that great specially in games that feature brute force attacks, swords, hammers and magical attacks Anyway Mahan advances in a much faster manner in the prison mine He figures a way to move ahead and the adventures begin Just as in Ready Player One this one is Highly Recommended Could not force myself to read past Chapter 3 One star for writing a book. Marvelous read Best starting book of an litrpg novel series It s a witty yet pleasant narrator And takes us through an experience which even the most advanced mmorpg can t deliver.


About the Author: Vasily Mahanenko

Be the first to know when Vasily Mahanenko s next book is available Follow him at to get an alert whenever he has a new release, preorder, or discount Vasily Mahanenko is a fantasy author working in the new genre of LitRPG the MMO based fantasy and sci fi His Way of the Shaman series took Russian literature by storm in 2012.Vasily dipped into his college days insider knowledge as a hardcore gamer in order to create a believable world of the virtual reality MMO game His bestselling series combines fiction and video games, telling the story of Shaman and his friends stuck in the ruthless reality of Barliona He used histhan ten years experience as an ERP implementation project manager to approach his writing in a well organized manner, working to a strict schedule, a set of deadlines and even a budget At the moment, the series boasts six novels with the seventh one in the works this time the author expands on stories of Shaman s companions and those who helped and supported him in his trials and tribulations.The first book of the series has already been translated into English, withtranslations to follow, aiming to make the Way of the Shaman series available to the English language reader in its entirety.Vasily s other passion is space exploration which is why he now works on a follow up series entitled Galaktiona Set in a space simulator based world, the first book of the series in already finished while Vasily works on its sequel.