“Hey Kana, I consider us friends… So I’ll give you a ‘friendly’ warning.” Minari suddenly turned around and grabbed the ethereal woman’s delicate neck, “If you ever try to fucking manipulate me into killing my loved ones again, I will destroy you. And I don’t mean the funny, ‘haha’, kind of destruction either! This you right now… You’re just a fancy goddamn cape! And I like you that way. You’re useful and nice, plus, I can do all~ kinds of fun things with you, hehehehe~! So unless you plan on staying that way forever, I would suggest that you not make the same mistake again.” Continue reading
Shortly after Minari’s sudden disappearance from ‘New Tokyo’, both Rachael and Hiro had been randomly dumped into a dungeon halfway across the world. They happened to coincidentally bump into Philip Tyler, also known as Lee, who was in the process of trying to rescue his friend Kelsey King. Continue reading
Although Chaotica was dominating Michael within her own Soul Realm, the situation on the outside was the complete opposite. The enormous purple dragon-rat was being torn to shreds by the equally large white and red fox. Continue reading
Having thousands of Avatars didn’t actually put that much strain on Inari’s soul. Every single body had its own central nervous system and a simple programing which allowed them to function without direct control or orders. Aside from that, she had plenty of practice from when she played around with the jungle in her Soul Realm. Her own genetic memory was enough to allow most of her ‘creations’ to understand how to use her own spells and obviously how to survive. Of course, without a soul of their own, none of those clones possessed the ability to override their instincts. Continue reading
So you might be wondering why I didn’t keep writing HCOP Book 2 or whatever. I mean, I’ve posted 102 chapters of this story now, I don’t need to write HCOP Book 2 at the beginning lmfao. It’s HCL, still a direct sequel to the epilogue of HCOP, but basically a different series in the sense that they aren’t even in Arcana anymore lol. Or at the very least, they aren’t ‘on’ the planet Arcana :P.
Anyway, I’ve been trying to write the ending of Hardcore Legacies lately. But you know how it is… Endings are hard lol. I’ve gotten a lot of experience since I last worked on Hardcore Legacies though. So I think I’ll be able to do it soon.
In the meantime, there’s still 5 more chapters left before I get caught up to where I basically stopped writing around this time last year… Sigh, doesn’t it feel like time goes by way too fast? I mean, I wrote 3 volumes of TDoE, TDoDK(Which was equivalent in length to the 3 volumes of TDoE), then started working on CC for a bit, but got sidetracked by TDD… I’m currently writing the end of volume 3 of TDD, while editing the first ‘official’ volume of HCOP in order to make it HCOP into actual books.
Okay, I’ll stop ranting now. Enjoy your chapter lol. Continue reading
Michael snickered, glanced down at the enormous jungle and asked “Hmmm~, I don’t really remember having a girlfriend before I met you and Sarah? Are you sure I said that? Continue reading
Inari roared, causing a massive earthquake. The ground was shaking so violently that huge fissures appeared on the walls, ceiling and floor of the caldera. Magma swiftly began flooding in from the gigantic cracks and holes. Continue reading
Don’t expect a hundred chapters or anything ridiculous like that lol. However, there will be about ten posts in a row. Continue reading
Originally, the people who were forced to struggle to survive in the village below, would sacrifice a young virgin girl every month. The High-Priest would cut her heart out and after that, a blinding light would shine down from the ‘Heavens’, protecting them for a period of time. Otherwise, the monsters would invade the town. Continue reading
“No, absolutely not! With your outrageous temperament, any battle will likely transform into a genocide!” Talia put away her sword and removed the bow from her inventory. Then she charged three ‘Arrows of Wind’ at the same time, firing them up at the distant jets. Continue reading