Death isn't so bad if it means saving the universe.
Samantha was badass even before she learned magic. Fending for herself in the cauldron of a planet torn apart by an alien invasion taught Samantha how to kill. Ruthlessly efficient, her abilities have caught the attention of the Shadow Corps.
A group comprised of deadly warriors who focus on galactic safety, using any means necessary.
A battle-hardened warlord causing you trouble? The Shadow Corps will ruin their day.
Her first mission puts her team up against a space dragon, death reapers, and the ultimate sorcerer.
Samantha had better learn to master her alien magic, or be forced to watch her world, and many others, burn.
A Seppukarian universe series for fans of Destiny and Warhammer 40K.
Note: For fans of LitRPG who like level-ups and skill trees without being in a video game.
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protagonist not believable + forced mysteriousness
Seems the author couldn't decide if the protagonist should be a whiny teen or a badass warrior, this story is the worst execution of such a fusion I have ever seen.
Also every explanation or training is forcefully set up to be overly mysterious even though most of the explanations and the training would work out much better if that wasn't the case.
It makes absolutely no sense why the protagonist isn't using her powers all the time after she rediscovers them.
The 1st training session makes absolutely no sense in context to where we are in the story, there are so many flaws it boggled my mind, here are a few:
- the main teacher isn't there to officially welcome everybody
- no formal introduction
- no organisation of the roles through discussion and learning eatchothers strengths and weaknesses
- no defining the goals of the training
- why isn't their 1st training in their unique talents instead of boring physical training wich they arguably already all had much of in each of their relative home situations