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Earthbound Dungeon

(The first book in the Dungeon on Earth series)
A novel by

Note: This is a cultivation novel without the usual litrpg elements. No charts, no character sheets, no skill charts, just cultivation to grow in power in ascending levels using clear description and world building.

Cora is a relatively young dungeon core, able to support up to A-class adventurers on her world. Until one day things go dreadfully wrong. She’s not only almost killed by a desperate Magi, not only loses her memory and much of her abilities, but she’s transported to a new world that had never encountered her kind before. A world of humans and technology, a world that they called Earth.

She’d have to rebuild that knowledge and regain her strength. Fortunately, the guild town came with her, which gave her an even chance for survival.

Jia is a genetics researcher, among other things. She also happens to be the sole survivor of the incident caused by the dungeon’s arrival. Life is about to throw her a curve ball, and give her a unique opportunity, if she isn��t too afraid to grab on with both hands and hang on for dear life.

Caldin is the guild town’s administrator as well as a B-class adventurer. As an officer of the guild, it’s his duty to protect the town as well as the dungeon, unless the latter goes rogue of course, then his duty is to destroy it. He’ll have to find his feet again on this new world, because they weren’t going back home anytime soon.

Author’s note: The dungeon is written in first person, while all others are in third person limited. Jia and Caldin have large parts in the book, as it’s written from their three points of view for the most part, but there are a few other small parts for diverse others. This is also one of my largest books to date, at over eighty thousand words.

Genre: GameLit

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