Wail continues on with his deranged, egotistical antics – continuing down the road of pointless revenge. One directed at an obscured enemy, as he lashes out at the innocent – excuses thrown about at every turn. While dragging all those close and under him together towards an unknown destination. With real life all but pushed to the recess of his list of priorities, discarded as more of a chore than a commitment, a responsibility or simply – a pleasure. An occasional unpleasant outing drowned out by the events that seem to be swiftly developing towards something a self-destructive individual such as Wail would enjoy. Consequences looming ever closer as his actions are bound to draw unpleasant attention. A result of selfish actions that are bound to wound those around him more, than the warlock himself.
My Opinion: This series is one of the more unique LitRPG series available. In real life, the main character Luke, is not good looking and has terrible social skills. He’s been treated pretty poorly by the world and he’s just had to take all the abuse his whole life.
In the game, as Wail, he can fight back though. Wail is a fire slinging warlock with the ability to raise the dead. He’s not a very nice person. He’s actually a jerk and he’s ok with that.
Through the VR game’s code of morality, he intentionally gains negative reputation. This opens up a whole slew of villainous quest opportunities that other ‘good’ players never get. This opens up a whole slew of villainous quest opportunities that other ‘good’ players never get.
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Score 7 out of 10.