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Spirit Eater [Dropped]


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Read Spirit Eater [Dropped] novel written by the author Makurasame on Webnovel, This serial novel genre is Fantasy stories, covering action, adventure, reincarnation, system, magic. ✓ Newest updated ✓ All rights reserved


Synopsis updated as of Jan 24, 2020 -- I'll be blunt, this is also based on several other works here, and loosely related to other works like the Dragon Age games. Most of the concept for this work came from a mod for Dragon Age: Origins called Spirit Eater Class. Too lazy to explain, but it's on Nexus Mods if you need to find it. At the bottom of this synopsis will be a list of titles that I used as references and bases. The cover picture is a screenshot of one of my characters in Dragon Age: Origins killing the Archdemon. (DA:O is owned by BioWare, so while I own the screenshot, I don't own anything in the game.) Influences: -Advent of the Archmage -Dragon Age Series -The Elder Scrolls Saga -Various Mythologies


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I might be the author but I'm not going to give myself a 5.0 rating. I'd much rather give an honest one. I'll make it short and simple though. Of the stories I've come up with so far, this is one of the ones that I have had little trouble coming up with new chapters for. Sure, blips come up here and there, but nobody is perfect. WARNING: LONG REVIEW WQ 4/5: I think it's a 4-star because I am constantly questioning myself and tend to take victories away from myself rather than actually enjoying the quality of what I've written. This is just a personal dilemma. SU 3/5: I have been known to chronologically drop off the map due to writers' block and I am constantly forcing myself to continue writing out of guilt for the previous two four-month stints I took with my other book Heavenly Zenith. SD 3/5: Story-wise I can't tell if I'm going too fast or too slow, but I know it's not the pace I want, or would like to have. CD 4/5: I've been told I focus too much on the details of unimportant characters, not just side characters that have some contribution to the overall story. Because of that, it's a bit tricky for me to find a balance. Character development, on the other hand, I think is going... pretty well? WB 5/5: I'm 100% satisfied with my worldbuilding. I tend to overdo it, yes, but I rarely find a fault with it. When I do, I quickly fix it. Granted, most of my stories take chunks from other novels and such and are altered to shape my worlds, but it goes beyond the original designs and becomes a fully engaging world. If there's anything I'm good at, it's dreaming my boredom away in a world that I constantly develop in my sleep. Long review at its end, I thank all of my readers and those who support my work. It means a lot to me.


This book is really good don’t see why it’s so underrated. I would give it six star’s if I could. ———————————————- Keep up the good work!


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