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Am I the Player? Surviving in Terraria as the only existence
Am I the Player? Surviving in Terraria as the only existence
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Total Views (Chapters): 184,832
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Average Words:1,643
Pages:711
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    IHASSHOTTY
    Status: chapter 21: going back to balroc...

    I'm kind of new to reviewing stories, but I will try my best...

    This book is a book which your life needs, especially if you're a fan of Terraria or a humanist.  It hands the MC a lot of power through already gained cheat skills and possibly future cheat skills, but the monsters are so OP that to even stand a chance he has to train hard, and there's something satisfying about that.

    And chapters come out really fast, which helps keep you interested and hooked to the story.

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    rodusk123
    Status: c24

    Mediocre, writing is alright with grammar issues.

    I've been obsessed with Terraria lately so I was a bit excited to see a Terraria fan novel created on here and decided to give it a go. I was already disappointed at chapter 1 with the gods apparently having nothing to do but to mess over a single persons life with barely any reason other than 'I'm bored' but I kept going. 

    Story is mediocre, humans weak MC weak too but slowly getting stronger though not OP but it's really hard to tell because he's bragging about killing goblins when it took like 20 hits to do it. Seems the author thought of a basis for the story. Also I might have missed a detail but he summons like 10 birds from the Finch Staff? I didn't understand that part as in the game you can only summon one.

    Character development is the biggest flaw, I honestly didn't feel any emotional attachment to any of the characters and when they died I was like oh ok keep moving on with the story. They don't have any personality nor given any time to develop anything as it seems a bit rushed at times. The MC is a bit of a bore with few attempts at character development that feel more forced rather than natural.

    I've written my opinion on this and it may seem like it is a horrible story but it has potential and seems enjoyable for others so give it an attempt rather than deciding from my review.

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    Kirby_With_A_Gun
    Status: chapter 47: the heck…?

    This story is just... really good. As someone who loves terraria, I don’t know a better way to describe it.

    Like everything, it’s not perfect. There is one time skip that I’m not 100% on board with, and every so often the Pacing is a tad fast or uncertain, but overall, it’s just solid.

    A definite read for any terraria fans, and still a solid one for non terraria fans.

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    Haruuuuu
    Status: ch.40

    Character|Development - 5 |Main character`s matured instead of being stuck in the same childish mindset

    Story Development - 5 | Not too fast, not too quick.

    Grammar - 5 | No problems at all.

    World Background - 5 | - (Can`t think of anything)

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    Honestly just don’t like even consider this novel as a full on “reincarnated into a game world” novel because it sure as hell isn’t like most. Considerable changes have been made to the plot of terraria to the point where it’s basiclly unrecognizable, only the enemies have familiarity in them and even then, always imbued with that touch of realism. There’s a proper main villain and plot line, so don’t worry about the MC exploring and grinding aimlessly (he tries but never gets the chance.) This isn’t a novel where the MC just gets op and solos everything because he sure as hell can’t, always needing some form of crucial assistance from other people to beat a boss above his level. Overall great novel.

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