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Ritualist A game that puts all others to shame Magic that has been banned from the world A man willing to learn no matter the costThe decision to start a new life is never an easy one, but for Joe the transition was far from figurative Becoming a permanent addition to a game world, it doesn t take long to learn that people with his abilities are actively hunted In fact, if the wrong people gained knowledge of what he was capable of, assassins would appear in drovesIn his pursuit of power, Joe fights alongside his team, completes quests, and delves into the mysteries of his class, which he quickly discovers can only be practiced in secret Ultimately, his goal is to complete every mission, master every ability, and learn all of the world s secretsAll he has to do is survive long enough to make that happen

10 thoughts on “Ritualist

  1. says:

    4.2 starsReview to come in JanuaryThis is what Ready Player One should have been a fantastic blend of references to Table Top and online RPGs without shoving 80s references in your face every ten seconds What it lacks for in a definitive main plot it makes up for in every other aspect 4.2 starsReview to come in JanuaryThis is what Ready Player One should

  2. says:

    Terrible charactersAll of the characters are shallow and inconsistent, especially the main character I made it to this gem of line at the 70% mark before my eyes started to bleed after all, there was no way he was going to be able to repeat that ritual without losing a part of his humanity The main character alternates between taking things too seriously and n

  3. says:

    I adore the Dungeon Born series by Dakota Krout, it s one of theunique litrpg s I ve read, and as the series continued the characters became well developed and the world building expanded and gotinteresting When I saw that Dakota Krout and Vikas Adams teamed up again for an audiobook I bought it instantly.This isin line with a typical litrpg where the MC is sucked

  4. says:

    Rating 4.0 starsRelistened to June 2019, Initial review was below I was listening to another LitRPG audiobook that wasn t that great when I decided to listen to this one again I have so many books waiting for me to read listen, but I get the feeling that most of them are just going to be okay based on my friends reviews I was in the mood forthan just okay, that s why I

  5. says:

    Not a perfectionist, a completionist But yeah a bit of a perfectionist too Here you have an army medic that due to RL reasons lives in a game Same as many LitRPG books before him he has stumbled on to a rare class and uses it to a degree that the game rules seem to bend around him in order to achieve OP status before your coffee has had a chance to cool down The book is well

  6. says:

    First i was thinking Oh god, not another generic LitRPG Book , but luckily this one ended up as a good book with some refreshing new ideas I like the Class of Ritualist in general, its a nice idea that you have to hide your own class or suffer drawbacks There seems to be always something going on without becoming an intangled mess of storylines.For those who also liked Dungeon Bo

  7. says:

    Mini Review Mix of Audio Kindle 5 Stars for Narration by Vikas Adam5 Stars for Rich Details Game Mechanics 4 Stars for Plot Progression4 Stars for Characters3.5 Stars for World3 Stars for General Story Format in KindleWoohoo I m happy to find another great LitRPG book I loved the attention to detail and how they were woven into the story The whole book was an info dump but it didn t f

  8. says:

    Another entertaining read from KroutI was disappointed to see that Dakota Krout s fourth book wasn t another in the Divine Dungeon series I loved them so I decided to give his new series a try Good decision.Ritualust builds an interesting game world, and manages to move quickly while doing so I immediately liked the protagonist, Joe, and the path he set upon 100% completion is a goal I hav

  9. says:

    I don t really know how much praise I want to laud onto this book It will mean that the author will have two series to write and we will have longer to go between Dungeon books.On the other hand, if they are as well written and entertaining as this one, I guess we ll abide.Keep up the great work

  10. says:

    Awesome Keep it up cant wait for next book

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