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The Extramundane Emancipation of Geela, Evil Sorceress at Large
The Extramundane Emancipation of Geela, Evil Sorceress at Large
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      First off I read much of this story over on Royal Road where it has been on going for some time.

      The synopsis captures the tone of the story quite well. It is filled with quite a bit of humor as the duo goes on their journey. 

      It sort of feels like what you get when a bunch of people are roleplaying together and they are more worried about having fun than min-maxing to create the ultimate war machine. I mean sure they are trying to complete their mission, but it involves more getting eaten by frogs and being mistaken for the contact in a drug deal.

      The so called evil witch isn't actually that evil, just amoral. She doesn't really do that much unless someone provokes her, or she needs something (like that time she needed some opals so she took an entire mountain that was rich with the gem. And yes she took literally the whole mountain at once).

      Also she has a great flair for the dramatic and knows how to put on a good show. Expect her to have an outfit and a plan to appear as anything she needs.

      Darkos starts off as a typical white knight with more zeal to do good than sense. Over time he learns to be less naive and to actually use his head. He isn't the sharpest tool in the shed, but he does make an effort to improve.

      The journey the two go on actually has a purpose to it beyond the petty reasons that start it. So there is actual plot to go with the humor. 

      The world is slowly built over time, and is well done. It avoids some of the overused tropes which makes it a nice change of pace.

      The writing and grammar are well done and easy to understand. It is fairly professionally done, which is always nice.

      If you enjoy humor, fantasy, and characters that don't fit the standard mold, then this is a story for you!

      Warning! This story contains an ass and he plays a role beyond just carrying the party's luggage!

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      A hilarious tale about two unliking companions teaming up to go on an adventure.  Darkos is a sheltered holy priest who has a lot to learn about the world and himself, and Geela is an eccentric evil sorceress, with many costume changes and emphasis on appearances. These characters are highly entertaining, and you will grow to love them as the story unfolds. This story will have you laughing while you try to guess what will happen next.

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