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Dominion of Blades by Matt Dinniman

Book 1: Dominion of Blades

For over 30 years, Dominion of Blades has been the hottest online role-playing game in the world. Any gamer with an immersion rig can enter the world of sword and sorcery, of goblins and dragons, and they can hack and slash their way to glory. But the game is too real for some, and after an epidemic of real-life fatalities, public use of the immersion technology has been banned, causing the game to be shut down.

 

Jonah wakes to find himself in-game, level one, with no memory of how he arrived and no way to eject. With only two companions, trapped in a world that once hosted millions, Jonah must battle his way across a treacherous landscape, fighting virtual monsters, all too real pain, and a very human enemy in a desperate bid to survive.

©2017 Matt Dinniman (P)2017 Matt Dinniman

Book 2: The Hobgoblin Riot

This ain't your daddy's tower defense! 

Popper, Jonah, Gretchen, and Alice are back! The Hobgoblin Riot: Dominion of Blades, Book 2. A LitRPG adventure.

Clusterf--k: clus·ter·f--k. Vulgar slang. Noun.

 

  1. A disastrously and utterly mishandled situation or undertaking.

  2. Popper’s scouting mission to Castellane.

 

It was supposed to be a simple scouting mission. In and out. No fighting. No new quests. Just me, my hippocorn, Alice, and a few hired mercenaries. We were going to tiptoe into the Spiral, get the info we needed, and leave. You know, the Spiral? That tower-defense run that protects the hobgoblin capital from invaders?  

Easy, right? Nobody would even know we were there.

Yeah, so about that....

 

©2017 Matt Dinniman (P)2017 Matt Dinniman