A LitRPG Saga by Michael-Scott Earle (LitRPG Author) With the first relic in his possession, Leo Lennox sets sail across the ocean toward the distant city of Tylue in the kingdom of Sanduport. But when pirates attack the ship carrying Leo, Allurie, and Cornalic to Tylue, the champ finds himself thrust into the middle of a political struggle to determine Sanduport’s next ruler. The stakes have never been higher for Leo, and failure to win...

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By William D. Arand (LitRPG Author) In a world full of super powers, Felix has a pretty crappy one. He has the ability to modify any item he owns. To upgrade anything. Sounds great on paper. Almost like a video game. Except that the amount of power it takes to actually change, modify, or upgrade anything worthwhile is beyond his abilities. With that in mind, Felix settled into a normal life. A normal job. His entire world changes when the city...

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Kingdom of Heaven Book 1 by J.A. Cipriano (LitRPG Author) The skull throne sits empty and the Kingdom of Heaven is in turmoil. Enter “iron” Jack Russo. able to drop newbs with a single headshot and the king of online games. At least he used to be before his sister got pregnant, and he had to get a job to help take care of them. But when a particle accelerator explodes, causing Jack to get stuck in his favorite game “Kingdom of Heav...

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A LitRPG Adventure (Veilwalkers Book 1) by Isaac Winter (LitRPG Author) Enter the Veil? [Yes/No] Winston Beckett is a linguistic scholar, poring over musty manuscripts and ancient translations. That is, before he finds a book of magical runes. Before people start disappearing. When he deciphers the strange book, Winston discovers a secret so big it throws him into a different world. Literally. No more grading papers. No more research. No more ...

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The Legend of Gord the Rogue
Blog / May 20, 2017

If you love the fiction of Dungeons and Dragons, there are a few names you probably know by heart. Drizzt Do’urden. Artemis Entreri. Wulfgar. If you’re an old-school fan, there are a number of others names that you might know by heart, like Elminster. If you’ve been around since the beginning, though, you know that there’s one oft-forgotten name that deserves to live on in that pantheon. He’s forgotten b...

New RPG Games Due in June 2017
Blog / May 20, 2017

Do you love the RPG genre as much as we do? We hardly think that’s possible, but we’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. Here’s our quick roundup of some of the new RPG games due in June 2017.

Top Five RTS Games of All Time
Blog / May 20, 2017

Real Time Strategy is one of the best game genres of all time. If you love planning out every small detail while invading an enemy’s base, it’s the best genre for you. That doesn’t, however, make every game equal. There are a few games that are simply better than everything else. Below are five games that redefined RTS games. These are the five greatest strategy games of all time. If you haven’t played them ye...

What is Gamification? Some Examples.
Blog / May 19, 2017

It’s hard to get people engaged with something they don’t want to do. There are a ton of options out there, and most people will choose the pleasant choice every time. That’s why marketing professionals are so very good at tricking people. When you take something people love – games – and add the most addictive qualities – the gameplay loop – to every day tasks, you get something special. You...

The History of Pathfinder RPG
Blog / May 18, 2017

Pathfinder is unique among role playing games not because of its systems, but because of its history. This isn’t a game that started with a developer’s dream or a unique idea – this is a game that started, in many ways, because of the end of a business deal. >To understand Pathfinder, you have to understand the split in the RPG community that occurred around 2009 – and how that split continued to define the ge...