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The Summoner and Contractor System

The Summoner and Contractor System

Rentaro Eccel, an eighteen-year old orphan, lived a rather ordinary life. Since young, he had decided to live his life by his own ideals, living a life of solitude with his few hobbies of enjoyment, while not harming those around him. As fate would have it, Rentaro finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Caught in a bank robbery, he makes the choice to sacrifice himself to protect a child from suffering the same fate of losing his parents and living a life of sorrow. Opening his eyes, Rentaro finds rebirth after death. He is transported into a world of cultivation with a system that will ensure he never lives days of solitude again, living with the Summoner and Contractor System and his new companions. Release Rate: Unstable, aka I did an oopsie. Special thanks to silentscarlettt who created the cover.

Shotgun9494 · Fantasy
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Strays

Strays

A boy trapped in a failing town that shares the same fate as others. He is one of the many teens who goes about on jobs to help support his family. The Commodity Company holds the town in its crutches, what is the intention of this company for these towns? Jinn Young doesn’t know, but he knows what his mother told him. Small communities can be strong together, but their inner conflicts can tear them apart.

Nalifae · Realistic Fiction
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Accounts of An Allegiant Adjutant

Accounts of An Allegiant Adjutant

Hopes, dreams, beliefs and loves, treasures of a mortal man all were crushed since that fateful day. Heeding the call of Marianne, one day I left behind my weeping mother, my distraught father, my dear cottage and my darling sweetheart, embarking into this so-called Great War as a chevalier. Tears, blood and bitter rains made those four years an arduous eternity. In this journal contained the entirety of the most earnest soul and heart of a young cavalryman, who at many occasions since that fateful day had nothing but one wish: to live long enough that he may be able to read these hastily scribed tales of a time long passed to his children. And he did. In honour of the Seventh Cavalry Brigade’s standard-bearing and wine-smuggling commander, whose sacrifices made the survival of this journal and its writer possible.

Annatoire · History
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